Subject Source: Library of Congress Genre/Form Terms
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents Xerox copy of 1911 advertisement.
Overview Simon Appel was born in Hungary in 1829 and settled in Phildelphia, Pensylvania. His son David Edward Appel went west to Wyoming in 1871 and then came to Denver, Colorado. In 1873, he sent for his father Simon and brother Jacob. Simon Appel and his sons began the Appel Clothing Company. The folder contains copies of advertisements and financial records.
Overview The file contains newspaper articles and ads for the Chicago Hide, Fur, and Wool House. It also has biographical information on George D. Bercu and the Mistachkins and an obituary for Dorothy Bercu Gross. George Bercu married Olive Mistachkin, arranged probably through correspondence of the families.
Scope and Contents The collection includes papers, records, correspondence, photographs, photograph albums, scrapbooks, newspapers and newspaper clippings, framed photographs, documents, quilts and needlework, Vaudeville costumes and instruments, books, and record albums.
File — Box D054.0001: Series D054.01; Series D054.02 [U186023276206]
Overview This box contains programs, advertisements, and newspaper clippings from plays directed by Jerry Rumley. In this box are these materials from the 1958 production of Thorton Wilder's "Our Town" at the Virginia Museum Theatre, and the 1958 production of George Bernard Shaw's "Major Barbara" at the Virginia Museum Theatre.
File — Box D056.0001: Series D056.01; Series D056.02; Series D056.03 [U186023281049]
File — Box D096.0006: Series D096.04 [U186024468979]
Item — Frame B233.02.0007: Series B233.02 [U186023258842]
Overview (1) Framed poster announcing Sammy Davis Jr. as the headliner for The Rose Celebration benefit concert on Saturday, November 27, 1982. Poster is cream colored with green taxt and a black and white image of Sammy Davis Jr. in the center.
Overview Advertisement that reads "Grand Concert and Ball" it is being produced by the Denver Consumptive Aid Association of Phila. on Sunday Eve, May 7th, 1905. It states that "A New York well known speaker will address, Russian Chorus will particiapate, Professional talents will participate." The concert will start at 8 o'clock sharp and dancing will be until 3 am. Tickets are advertised as $.10. On the back of this advertisement has a pink inked stamp. It reads "Denver, Consumption Aid of Association...