Found in 406 Collections and/or Records:
The image shows Emanuel Epstein Ambrus and his grown children. Emanuel Ambrus began using Epstein when he came to the United States. Before she moved to Pueblo, his mother had stayed with a daughter in Alabama whose married name was Epstein. Emanuel Ambrus was known as "Mr. Eppy" or "Dad Eppy." From left to right are Aubrey Ambrose, Marion Ambrose Goodman, Emanuel "Dad Eppy" Epstein Ambrus, Malka "Millie" Ambrose Grossman, Albert Ambrose, and Jacob (Jay) Ambrose.
American Committee letter addressed to A. D. Radinsky for the Yeshiva in Hebron, Palestine, Inc. The letter charges Radinsky to form a committee in the Denver area of citizens to help re-establish the Hebron Yeshiva which was destroyed on August 24, 1929 during the Hebron massacre.
Newspaper article titled ''Denver-Made Envelopes Carry America's Mail.'' Article appears to be a part of some sort of collage or scrapbook.
The file contains newspaper articles and ads for the Chicago Hide, Fur, and Wool House. It also has biographical information on George D. Bercu and the Mistachkins and an obituary for Dorothy Bercu Gross. George Bercu married Olive Mistachkin, arranged probably through correspondence of the families.
Newspaper articles regarding the Rockmont Envelope Company's new plant. Articles appear to be a part of some sort of collage or scrapbook.
The Businesses Collection reflects the diverse role Jews played in the economic growth of the American West, particularly within Colorado. It includes a paper on Jewish businesses and articles and documents from and about a variety of businesses, dating from 1890 to 2007.
M. Binstock & Co., Inc. was founded by Moses "Morris" Binstock and became one of the largest and best-known custom-tailoring houses in America. He was a Long time board member for over 50 years and President of The Ex-Patients' Sanatorium for Tuberculosis and Chronic Disease. Collection contains personal papers and awards for his philanthropic service.