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Jewish businesspeople

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 406 Collections and/or Records:

Interior of Phil Brown's Kosher Butcher Shop, circa 1927

Identifier: B063.01.0009.00001

Interior of Phil Brown's Kosher Butcher Shop. Phil Brown is standing behind the counter with an unidentified man. The shop was located in Denver, Colorado.

Dates: circa 1927

Interior of Rockmont Envelope Company with Employees, between 1930-1950

Identifier: B063.01.0017.00035

Interior of the Rockmont Envelope Company in Denver, Colorado. Four unidentified employees are pictured, three of which are seated at desks and one is standing.

Dates: between 1930-1950

Interior of Royal Liquors in Pueblo, Colorado, circa 1932

Identifier: B063.01.0017.00011

Interior of Royal Liquors in Pueblo, Colorado. The store was located at 117 E. 4th Street and was the first liquor store in Pueblo after prohibition was abolished. The store was owned by Albert Stein.

Dates: circa 1932

Interior of Stein Retail Store and Employees, between 1913-1914

Identifier: B063.01.0001.00024

Employees of the Stein Retail store in Pueblo, Colorado. The employees are standing inside the store and there are various items for sale around them. From left to right: Jim Chavez, John Myers, W.C. ''Bill'' Ohlman, Billy Sisson, Albert Stein, ''B'' Blackburn, Emanuel Stein, Minnie Stein, Max Stein.

Dates: between 1913-1914

Interior of Stein's Market in Pueblo, Colorado, 1926 October 4

Identifier: B063.01.0017.00010

Interior of Stein's Market in Pueblo, Colorado. The market was located at 115 East 4th Street. Two unidentified employees stand behind a counter and an unidentified woman stands in front of one of the counters.

Dates: 1926 October 4

Ira M. Beck Seated at his Desk, circa 1975

Identifier: B063.08.0016.00023

Ira M. Beck sits at his desk at Central Electric Supply Company. Beck became president of the company in 1969, succeeding his father Sam Beck, who founded the company and was elected chairman. Located at 500 Quivas Street in Denver, Colorado, Central Electric was a leading wholesale distributor of electrical construction material and lighting equipment in the Rocky Mountain region.

Dates: circa 1975

Isadore Elkan and Anna Freudenthal Solomon, 1997

Identifier: B111.09.0009.0012
Scope and Contents I. E. (Isadore Elkan) Solomon was born on May 23, 1841 in Kruschwitz, Prussia and moved to Pennsylvania in 1858. He became a US citizen in 1865 and married Anna Freudenthal in 1872 after meeting her in Poland. They moved to Arizona with their three children in 1876, opening a store shortly afterward in the town that came to be known as Solomonville. The town grew, and the Solomon Commercial Company incorporated more and more items and industries, selling automobiles and opening a flour mill,...
Dates: 1997

Isidor Hilb, 1976 August 26

Identifier: B111.05.0005.0011

Isidor Hilb was born in Germany in 1884 and arrived in the U.S. in 1898. In Denver he started what became Hilb & Co.. Married to Greta Hilb, he passed away in 1952.

Dates: 1976 August 26

J. L. Brown Hide Co., 1929

Identifier: B112.03.0001.0007

File contains two checks from the J.L. Brown Hide Company at 1821 15th Street, Denver, CO from January of 1929. Benjamin Sosny owned the company and his youngest daughter, Sylvia Sosny's photo appears on the checks. File also contains one printed page from 2007 about the acquisition of these checks from Eileen and David Naiman, who donated them to Beck Archives.

Dates: 1929

Jaffa Opera House, circa 1976

Identifier: B063.02.0018.00018

Street view of the Jaffa Opera House in Trinidad, Colorado. Signs on the building say: "Trinidad Opera House, 1882," "The Hausman Drug Co.," and "Main St. Liquor."

Dates: circa 1976