Rocky Mountain news
Subject Source: Library of Congress Name Authority FileScope Note: Newspaper published Denver, Colo. under varying title from 1860-2009. On Sundays published as: Rocky Mountain news and the Denver times, Oct. 5, 1902-June 26, 1910. "Mountain" is sometimes spelled "Mountian". Weekly ed.: Weekly Rocky Mountain news (Denver, Colo. : 1872), 1879-1925>. Evening ed.: Denver evening news, 1926-1928. Continues: Daily Rocky Mountain news. Absorbed: Denver morning post; Denver times; Denver Republican (Denver, Colo. : 1887) Separated from: Denver times. Continued by: Denver Rocky Mountain news
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Aimee Peyser was born in 1899 in Denver and was an active member of the Jewish community in Denver for the rest of her life. She was one of the first women to hold an office on the board of directors of Temple Emanuel and worked for years as an educator of Jewish immigrants in West Denver. She married Melvin Strauss in 1923 and passed away in 1990.
File — Box U219.03.0009: Series U219.03 [Barcode: U186022724549]
Abstract Black and white photograph of CCOHA affliate, Miss Polly Grimes, left, and Miss Eleanor Weckbaugh wearing pioneer costumes that they wore for the Colorado Day celebration on Wednesday at Central City.
Dates: 1956 July 29
Abstract Newspaper clipping article title reads "Need some snake oil? Try Tobin's". Subheading reads "West Colfax pharmacy stocks Mexican cures, Yiddish cards". The article is by Rocky Mountain News; the author is Pamela Avery. Pictures feature Lou Tobin, Howard Zeppelin, Yiddish cards, and stocked herbs.
Dates: June 20, 1982
Abstract A group of men and boys pose for a photograph. There are pennants with ''News / Times'' on them and two boys are holding newspapers over their heads. A boy kneeling in front is holding a dog. Part of sign painted on an adjacent building can be seen. Many of the newsboys were from Jewish families who lived in the West Colfax neighborhood of Denver, Colorado.
Dates: between 1900-1910