Jewish businesspeople -- Colorado
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Found in 37 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Louis Charsky talks about working in chemicals and drugs which he'd deliver in a horse drawn buggy, growing up Orthodox and going to BMH, and liquor business.
Overview Mindell Stein discusses the philosophy of Temple Micah, reason why people were compelled to start Temple Micah, the character of the congregation and its relationship with the community, the rabbi's that have served the congregation and the problem of declining membership.
Overview Topics covered: Briefly covers Mo's personal life, growing up in Colorado, education and business- Chemical Sales Company. Began working with Allied in 1948, 1956 became president, talks about presidency and events during that time, Nat Rosenberg, charitable organizations.
Overview Interviews with the Pueblo "Old-timers" speaking on escaping Russia and coming to Pueblo, building the Temple, the Jewish community in Pueblo, and the flood of 1921 in Pueblo.
Overview Rose Stuhlbarg details Jewish life on the West Side of Denver, Colo. She also talks about her parents who emigrated from Russia. Her father practiced folk-medicine and her mother was a midwife. She mentions the Yiddish theater in Denver. She discusses her life after her first husband died, and the Depression years in Denver. Her first husband was murdered while on the Denver Police Force in 1919.
Overview Topics covered: Pioneering days of Colorado, manufacturing business, Silas was born and raised in Aspen and came to Denver in 1924 when mining fizzled out. Father was a Russian immigrant rabbi and grandmother was well known midwife, Miriam Kobey. Talks about family and business life in Denver, potato chip factory.
Overview Louis Robinson came from Eastern Europe with his wife Etta and their children in the 1890s. He founded the Climax Dairy in the 1895 in Denver, Colorado. He also donated land and was on the Board of the Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society. His sons Hyman and Morris took over the dairy and Hyman married Etta Miller. Etta Robinson died in 1900 when their son Samuel was born. After the depression World War II, Sam Robinson started the Robinson Dairy. Sam Robison and his wife Helen Stone had two...
Overview File contains newspaper articles, advertisement cards, and biographical information about the Rockmount Ranch Wear Company that was founded by Jack Weil in the 1940s. Created the diamond snap design for cowboy shirts. Newspaper clipping about the Rockmount Ranch history and the new "Cannabis Cowboy Shirt" style.
Overview Henry Roth moved to Pueblo, Colorado around 1896 with his wife Rose Schon Roth. Her brother Samuel Schon had moved to Colorado in 1880 and operated a general store in Pueblo. Henry worked as a lamplighter in Central Park in New York City before moving to Pueblo, Colorado. Henry Roth joined the Pueblo Police Department until the 1930s. He carried badge No. 29. Hannah Roth, the daughter of Henry and Rose Roth, was born on Hester Street in New York and was young when the family moved to Pueblo....