Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Brief biographies of Jewish men and women who contributed to medicine, the Jewish community, and Colorado. Contains historical photographs and interviews with people who knew some of the early key figures.
Overview Photograph shows Lou holding his infant son, Martin Tobin. Written on the front is "Oct. 20 1941". Stamped on the back is "Oct 20 1941, Bri-Tone Prints Trade Mark Reg. Denver" Photograph is in black and white. Red corner-holders can be seen on the corners of the photograph itself.
Overview Photograph shows baby Martin Tobin sitting on the pharmacy counter. A man working at the pharmacy is standing in the background. He is in several photographs, including B390.02.0002.00003. Pharmacy medicine bottles can be seen lining the walls. Written on front is "8/17/42". Photograph is in black and white.
Overview Photograph shows Elsa Kaplan Tobin, Lou Tobin, and Frankie Bloom. The three are sitting together with cups, and Lou is smoking a pipe. The front is labeled "Elsa, Lou, Frankie Bloom". Photograph is in black and white.
Overview Photograph shows Lou Tobin standing in the living room of a house in his pharmacist uniform. Written on the back is "Lou". Stamped on the back is "Jan 24 1941, Bri-Tone Prints Trade Mark Reg. Denver", and "Howard Zeppelin 5295 E Nassau Cir., Englewood, CO 80110". Photograph is in black and white.
Overview Photograph shows Lou Tobin posing with a person wearing a bird costume. The person wearing the costume is also wearing a shirt with an anti- Seattle Seahawks logo on it. The shirt is likely referencing the football rivalry between the Denver Broncos and the Seattle Seahawks. The costume looks like a chicken mascot. Photograph is in color.
Overview Photograph shows Lou Tobin an an unidentified man standing behind the soda fountain in Tobin's Pharmacy. Stamped on the back is "Jan 24 1941, Bri-Tone Prints Trade Mark Reg. Denver". Photograph is in black and white. Discoloration/distortion over part of photograph.