Family-owned business enterprises -- Colorado -- Denver
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Interview covers Neusteter family in Denver, Neusteter's Ladies Apparel and Neusteter's Store.
Topics covered: Born in New York, parents had menswear store, 6 years old when they came to Denver because uncle was here, grew up on East side, didn't get a religious education, belonged to BMH, modeled for Nestetter’s and worked as a buyer for them, her husband and her had a dime store, had a daughter.
Topics covered: Coming to Denver in 1914, Blizzard of 1914, mom worked in a feed and hay store and dad hauled, shoveled and delivered coal, dad did lots of odd manual labor jobs to support his family. Later family had a hardware store, then appliance store. Family life.
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.
The collection contains photographs, records, and news clippings of the Siegel Energy Company and the Siegel family. Ben Siegel founded the Siegel Oil Company in 1927 when he opened a small filling station at Bayaud and Santa Fe in Denver, Colorado. Ben Siegel was later joined by his sons Arnold and Larry Siegel. Siegel Energy Company is now managed by a third-generation of the Siegel family.. The collection gives the history of a Jewish owned family business.
William Weil was the manager of the Fashion Bar stores in Denver, Colorado and president by the time of his retirement. The Fashion Bar was a very successful chain of department stores owned by siblings Jack Levy and Hannah Levy. Collection contains photographs, scrapbooks, foreign currency, diplomas, transcripts, correspondence, resumes, family trees, naval service records, divorce papers, and publications from William Weil (Fashion Bar) from 1920 through 2000.