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Hardware stores

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:

Barbara A. Bloom Papers

 Collection
Identifier: B409
Abstract Sam Bloom was born in Denver, Colorado in 1911. His parents were Pizer and Ida Strait Bloom. Pizer was born in Poland in 1885 and Ida was born in New York City in 1894. The couple opened Downing Coal and Feed store in Denver, Colorado. Sam Bloom married Lillian Gershowitz in 1937 at the Brown Palace Hotel in Denver. They became the parents of three children: Alan Bloom, Barbara Bloom, and Marshall Bloom. Sam Bloom and his parents grew Downing's Hardware Store into the largest appliance store in...
Dates: 1915-2018

Digital Images, 1915-1960

 Series
Identifier: B409.02
Abstract Contains five digitized jpg images of photographs of the Bloom family and their stores on Downing street.
Dates: 1915-1960

Downing's Hardware Store Interior, 1927

 Item
Identifier: B409.02.00002
Abstract Interior of the Downing's Hardware store on Downing Street. Standing in the store left to right: Ida Bloom, Pizer Bloom, unidentified employee, Sam Bloom, and Fern Bloom. Pictured are paints and Celsior paint samples on shelves at the right of the image, a ladder, roll of packaging paper, different sizes of wire, scale with a scoop, watering can, and shelves filled with unkown same size materials. Sam Bloom was born in Denver, Colorado in 1911. His parents were Pizer and Ida Strait Bloom. Pizer...
Dates: 1927

Exterior of Downing's Hardware Store, between 1950-1955

 Item
Identifier: B409.02.00004
Abstract Exterior view of Downing's Hardware store on Downing street with two people staning in front of the store and one person sitting in a car. There are several signs, including "Your Credit is Good," "Hardware" on the side of the building, and "Poultry and Rabbit Feed." Interior of the Downing's Hardware store on Downing street. Standing in the store are left to right, Ida Bloom, Pizer Bloom, unidentified employee, Sam Bloom, and Fern Bloom. Pictured are paints and Celsior paint samples on shelves...
Dates: between 1950-1955

Joanne Posner-Mayer Digitized Photographs and Scrapbooks

 Collection
Identifier: B427
Abstract Joanne Posner-Mayer, a Denver native, started Ball Dynamics International in 1991 and introduced the fitness community to FitballĀ®. Her interest in physical therapy grew from her childhood dancing with what now is the Colorado Ballet. Raised in east Denver, Joanne Posner-Mayer attended George Washington High School and received a degree in physical therapy from CU. Following her dream of travel, Joanne worked in hospitals and clinics in Switzerland, where she was introduced to the successful...
Dates: circa1915-2020

Posner Family Photographs, circa 1915-circa1958

 Series
Identifier: B427.01
Abstract Series contains low-resolution digitized photographs of Hanna Posner, Kate Posner, and Max and Kate Posner. It also contains low-resolution digitized photographs of Jerry and Hanna Posner standing in front of their hardware store at 1040 Larimer Street (black and white copy and color copy) and Jerry Posner standing in front of his hardware store at 34th and Franklin streets.
Dates: circa 1915-circa1958

Sam and Ida Bloom in Downing's Hardware Store, between 1930 and 1935

 Item
Identifier: B409.02.00003
Abstract Digitized photograph of Sam and Ida Bloom standing in Downing's Hardware Store. In the store are various hardware items, including paints, samdpaper, spark plugs, Texico roofing materials, watering cans, rifles, silver tea pots, and perhaps lawnmowers. Interior of the Downing's Hardware store on Downing street. Standing in the store left to right: Ida Bloom, Pizer Bloom, unidentified employee, Sam Bloom, and Fern Bloom. Pictured are paints and Celsior paint samples on shelves at the right of...
Dates: between 1930 and 1935

Yard of Downing Coal Company, circa 1935

 Item
Identifier: B409.02.00005
Abstract Building and yard of Downing's with three people in front: from left to right are Carl Harrison, Ken Trujillo, and Sam Bloom. On left of the photographs is a truck with bags of feed and on the right of the photograph there are three Downing coal trucks with one loaded with coal. There are large stacks of log in back of the buildin. Signs on and around the building include "Coal Feed and Ice," "Poultry Supplies," "Purina Chows, Checkerboard bags," "Horses Cows, Poultry, Hogs," and "Producer...
Dates: circa 1935