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Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Sixteen young men and women dressed in costume pose together, the women wearing police uniforms and holding rifles and the men wearing prisoner costumes. Top row left to right: Elsie Lewin, an unidentified man, Jessie Heidenheimer, Mackie Heidenheimer, an unidentified woman, Adolph Mayer, Berry Isaacson, and Lou Isaacson. Middle row left to right: an unidentified woman, Selma Grauman, Rita Silversmith, and Dolly Triefus. Bottom row left to right: Sam Mayer, an unidentified man, Alvin Friedman,...
Overview Several young people pose on a staircase during a dinner party at the Goldman Home. They are identified from left to right as follows: bottom row - Florence Goldman, Lillian Rachofsky, Corrinne Goldman, Hortense Weil, Louise Goldman, and Edna Lewin; second row - Rita Friedman, Selma Fist, Bernice Syman, Ruth Lehman, Hazel Marx, and Elsie Lewin; third row - Esther Morris, Milton Fist, Henry Frankel, and William Healy; fourth row - Murray Marcus, Milton Morris, and Harry Schlesinger; fifth row -...
Overview Formal studio portrait of the Emanuel Fist family. Left to right standing are Selma Fist, Ferd Fist, Milton Fist, and Harry Fist and seated are Regina Swike Fist, Lawrence Fist, and Emanuel Fist.
Overview Several individuals wearing costumes pose as a group in the Alfred Triefus home. Identified individuals are Lou Isaacson, Jerry Isaacson, Gertie Cohen, Jolius Walbreen, Edith Walbreen, Selma Grauman, Dolly Triefus, Rose Ripley, Celeste Rothenberg, Lou Cohen, Monty Cohen, Alfred Grauman, Morris Ripley, Aimee Mayer, Ad Mayer, and Alfred Triefus.
Overview Formal studio portrait of Regina Swike Fist surrounded by her children. Left to right are back row Milton Fist, Selma Fist Grauman, and Lawrence Fist and front row Ferd Fist, Regina Swike Fist, and Harry Fist.
Scope and Contents From the Collection: The collection contains materials intentionally assembled by the Ira M. and Peryle Hayutin Beck Memorial Archives of Jews in the Rocky Mountain region. The bulk of the photographs are from or related to various towns in Colorado, but the collection also contains photographs from other states in the western United States.