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Picture frames and framing

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Box 330: Framed "La Boheme" Poster, 1976

 File — Frame M123.0330: Series M123.04 [U186024329109]
Identifier: M123.04.0330
Overview (1) framed artwork, hand drawn by unknown artist, poster for the 1976 festival production of 'La Boheme' by the Central City Opera House at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts.
Dates: 1976

Container 70: Framed Painting

 File — Frame D096.0070: Series D096.03 [U186023288986]
Identifier: D096.03.0070
Overview This object contains the painting "Roots" by Juan Menchaca. This painting is number 383 of 1000, and there is a certificate of limited edition attached to the back of the painting. The painting shows a group of pioneers square dancing next to their covered wagons.
Dates: 1950-1998

Emil Loeb - Portrait, circa 1940-circa 1950

 Item
Identifier: B407.01.0001.0008.00004
Overview Photograph is a portrait of Emil Loeb later in life. The photograph itself is very small, and framed in a lightweight metal frame. On the back there is an identification label that has not been filled out, as well as "Positive Paper and Chemical CO., Inc. 30 Clifton St., Newark, N. J."
Dates: circa 1940-circa 1950

Fried Family Papers

 Collection
Identifier: B150
Overview

For over 85 years, the Fried family in Denver, Colorado owned the Fried's Art & Gift Shop. It was operated by Bela and Kate Fried's daughters Mary Fried, Bertha Fried Kleiner, and Sally Fried. This collection contains the correspondence, legal documents, personal materials of the Fried family, Fried's Art & Gift Shop records, and an embroidered woman's pump that belonged to Sally Fried.

Dates: 1880-1984

Fried Family Portrait, circa 1900

 Item
Identifier: B063.05.0005.00031
Overview Members of the Fried family stand in front of the Fried's Picture Frame Factory in Denver, Colorado. Kate, Bela and Eugene Fried are standing behind an iron fence while Bela and Kate's daughters, Bertha, Mary and Sally are in front of the fence. A large sign reads, ''Fried's Picture Frame Factory, Frames Made to Order, 4 cents a foot and up, Come In and See Our Stock''.
Dates: circa 1900