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Jewish businesspeople

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 406 Collections and/or Records:

Gordon Sign Company, between 1910-1920

Identifier: B063.01.0009.00062

Interior view of the Gordon Sign Company with men and boys at work. Third from the left is Leo Gordon and man seated second from the right is Harry Gordon. The others are unidentified. Harry Gordon migrated from Lithuania to New York before settling in Denver.

Dates: between 1910-1920

Gordon Sign Company, circa 1905

Identifier: B063.01.0009.00064

Three unidentified men stand in front of the Gordon Sign Company. Harry Gordon migrated from Lithuania to New York before settling in Denver, where he founded the Gordon Sign Company in 1904.

Dates: circa 1905

Gordon Sign Company Traveling Billboard, between 1930-1940

Identifier: B063.01.0009.00063

Unidentified man standing beside the Gordon Sign Co. traveling billboard. Advertised on the billboard is ''Dave Shade vs. Al Webster, 10 Rounds 10, To-night, Stockyards.'' Top of billboard says, ''For advertising on this traveling billboard call the Gordon Sign Co. 'Everything under the sun in signs' 1714 Arapahoe St. phone Champa 828.'' Harry Gordon migrated from Lithuania to New York before settling in Denver, where he founded the Gordon Sign Company.

Dates: between 1930-1940

Grayson's Clothing Store, between 1950-1960

Identifier: B063.01.0009.00076

Exterior view of Grayson's Clothing Store and street view of downtown Denver.

Dates: between 1950-1960

Gregori Mogilner Making a Mattress, circa 1909

Identifier: B063.01.0017.00016

Gregori (Harry) Mogilner stitching a mattress in his factory during the early 20th century.

Dates: circa 1909

Group of Unidentified Men at the Saratoga Mine, between 1920-1940

Identifier: B063.01.0009.00017

A group of unidentified men pose for a photograph next to an automobile at the Saratoga Mine in Gilpin County, Colorado. These men may have been employees of the Saratoga Mines Company.

Dates: between 1920-1940

H. Richman Watchmaker and Jeweler, circa 1900-1930

Identifier: B112.03.0001.0012

File contains one business card of H. Richman, a watchmaker and jeweler in Denver, Colorado from circa 1900-1930.

Dates: circa 1900-1930

Hale & Perry Paint, between 1950-1960

Identifier: B063.01.0009.00074

Exterior view of Hale & Perry Paint at 1181 Stout Street, Denver, Colorado.

Dates: between 1950-1960

Hannah Levy as a Young Woman, between 1930-1939

Identifier: B063.08.0039.00005

Hannah Levy sits in an outdoor setting in the early 1930s. Hannah and brother Jack Levy are the founders of several women's clothing retail stores, in Colorado: the Hosiery Bar, Fashion Bar, and Hannah. She also became a leading Colorado philanthropist and helped support numerous community institutions, including the Rose Hospital and the University of Denver.

Dates: between 1930-1939

Harris Family Papers and Tin Cup Records

Identifier: B411
Abstract Solomon Hirsch and Hannah Levi Hirsch had six sons who immigrated to the United States and changed their last name to Harris. They were born in Fordom, Posen (Poland) and settled in New Jersey. Solomon Harris and his brother Eli went out west and settled in Virginia City, Colorado. The two brothers opened the Harris Bros. Beehive dry goods store by 1880 when Solomon became the town's treasurer. Because of confusion with Virginia City in Nevada and Montana, the town was reincorporated as Tin...
Dates: Other: circa 1875-1884