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Jewish businesspeople

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 406 Collections and/or Records:

Letter to Shareholders, circa 1969

Identifier: B112.03.0001.0016.00014

Letter to shareholders of the Pak-Well Papers Products Company. At the top of the letter are two portraits - one of Richard B. Tucker, the President and the other of W.R. Lake Jr, Chairman of the Board.

Dates: circa 1969

Levand Family, 1908-1932

Identifier: B111.06.0006.0015

Benjamin Levand was in the real estate business in Denver and died in 1932. Three of his sons became owners and publishers of the Wichita Beacon newspaper. One of Benjamin's sons, John Levand, organized 250 Denver Post newsboys to advertise and attend a melodrama at the Curtis Theater in 1908

Dates: 1908-1932

Loeb Family Photographs, circa 1920-circa 1939

Identifier: B407.01.0001.0007

File contains seventeen (17) photographs from around 1920 to around 1939. Portraits include Heinrich Levi, Emil Loeb, Frank and Ernest Loeb as young children, as well as several unidentified people. Photographs also show Emil Loeb's storefront, a schoolgroup in 1930, and Heinrich Levi's grave covered with flowers.

Dates: circa 1920-circa 1939

Lou Tobin in Pharmacy

Identifier: B390.02.0002.00021

Photograph Lou Tobin standing in his pharmacy. He is smiling, standing behind the counter. No markins are on the front or back of the photograph. Photograph is in black and white.

Dates: 1936-2005

Louis J. Sigman, 1931-1953

Identifier: B300.03
Scope and Contents

This series covers Louis K. Sigman and his company, the K. & B. Packing Company. There are newspaper clippings, a handwritten personal history, and a photograph of Louis K. Sigman.

Dates: 1931-1953

Louis Robinson and Grandchildren, between 1908 and 1914

Identifier: B063.05.0005.00026

Louis Robinson sits on a chair, flanked by his wife Etta, and grandchildren. The grandchildren, from left to right, are Sarah Davine, Dorothy Atler, Yvette Chutlow, Vera Miller, Sam Robinson, and Flora Robbins. Louis Robinson established the first Robinson dairy farm in 1885. He was also a founder of the Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society.

Dates: between 1908 and 1914

Luby Chevrolet, between 1950-1960

Identifier: B063.01.0009.00075

View of downtown Denver including Luby Chevrolet Co.

Dates: between 1950-1960

Luby Family and Luby Chevrolet Records

Identifier: B365
Abstract Luby Chevrolet, one of Colorado's oldest car dealerships, was started in 1920 in Denver, Colorado by Sam Luby, later joined by brothers Louis and Henry Luby. Joe Luby, who had worked at Luby Chevrolet from the bottom up, bought out his brothers in 1956. "Papa Joe" moved the dealership to Colorado in 1972. Joe Luby's daughter JoAnn and her husband Richard Fleischman purchased the Luby Chevrolet dealership in 1992. They sold the business in 1998, but Richard Fleischman stayed on...
Dates: 1924-2004

Making a Living, Panel 1, 2001

 Item — Object B297.02.01.00034: Series B297.02 [Barcode: U18602328605]
Identifier: B297.02.01.00034

One of 12 exhibit display panels from the exhibit "Blazing the Trail: Denver's Jewish Pioneers." Panel titled "Making a Living" features more historical information and includes David May and Leopold Guldman.

Dates: Other: 2001

Making a Living, Panel 2, 2001

 Item — Object B297.02.01.00035: Series B297.02 [Barcode: U18602328613]
Identifier: B297.02.01.00035

One of 12 exhibit display panels from the exhibit "Blazing the Trail: Denver's Jewish Pioneers." One of 12 exhibit display panels from the exhibit "Blazing the Trail: Denver's Jewish Pioneers." Panel titled "Making a Living" includes Louis Robinson, Shwayder Brothers, Levy Family and Fashion Bar, Star Bakery, K & B Packing, Frankel Manufacturing, and Senator Abraham Hirschfeld.

Dates: Other: 2001