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Dairy products industry

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Bo Bo and Personals, 1928 January 1

 Item
Identifier: B229.01.0003.0004
Overview Silent black and white film containing footage of the Robinson family and workers at a dairy warehouse filmed at the Climax Diary on January 1, 1928. Film also depicts scenes of the Robinson family including "Boo Boo," Helen Robinson, "Doc Rab," Bobbie, Stella, Dan Cupid, and Mr. and Mrs. Chernoff. Footage includes Denver scenes.

Box 1, 1910-2012

 File — Box B289.01.0001: Series B289.01; Series B289.02 [U186020742460]
Identifier: B289.01.0001
Overview Louis Robinson came from Eastern Europe with his wife Etta and their children in the 1890s. He founded the Climax Dairy in 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 Robinson and his wife Helen Stone had two sons,...

Robinson Family Papers

 Collection
Identifier: B289
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...

Shoenberg Farms Material Culture and Photographs

 Collection
Identifier: B243
Overview In 1911, Oscar and Anne Morrison sold a parcel of land in Jefferson County to New Yorker Louis D. Shoenberg. He had red brick buildings built, with plans to donate to the National Jewish Hospital for Consumptives (NJH) as a memorial to his son who had died of tuberculosis. In 1912, the Dudley C. Shoenberg Memorial Farm was donated to Denver’s National Jewish Hospital. NJH opened in 1900 to treat tuberculosis patients. Louis Shoenberg began in the clothing business in boom town Leadville,...