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Jewish women

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 1467 Collections and/or Records:

White Tablerunner with Raised Embroidery and Cutwork, between 1912-1920

 Item
Identifier: B107.02.0006.00019
Overview A white linen tablerunner with white raised embroidered flowers and circular cutwork on top center. The edges are scalloped and finished with white embroidery. Handmade by Anna F. Ginsberg Hayutin.

William and Sophie Goldstein, circa 1907

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Identifier: B063.05.0038.00061
Overview Formal engagement portrait of William and Sophie Goldstein standing on either side of a table.

William Timbel and Ida Richman Timbel, between 1910-1930

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Identifier: B063.05.0041.00092
Overview Formal studio portrait of William Timbel and Ida Richman Timbel.

Wisebart Family, 1891 January 4

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Identifier: B063.05.0053.00056
Overview Four children stand in front of two men and a woman on the porch of a house. The children and one of the men are most likely Ben Wisebart and his children, Laura, Edna, Rosetta, and Sam.

Woman with Infants, between 1940-1960

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Identifier: B063.04.0012.00006
Overview A women wears a headscarf and sit with infants who wear furry jackets, knit caps, and scarves. One child wears a button with the initials U.S.N.A.

Workshop of Jewish Family and Children's Service, 1967

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Identifier: B063.04.0012.00023
Overview Mayor Currigan and John Kamlet at a Workshop of Jewish Family and Children's Services in Denver, Colorado. Tillye Levy and a representative of the United Way can be seen in the background.

X-Shaped Doily, between 1912-1920

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Identifier: B107.02.0006.00034
Overview An x-shaped ornamental doily consisting of a square muslin center with cotton crocheted patterns hand stitched to all four sides. Handmade by Anna F.Ginsberg Hayutin.

X-Shaped Doily, between 1912-1920

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Identifier: B107.02.0006.00035
Overview An x-shaped ornamental doily consisting of a square muslin center with cotton crocheted patterns hand stitched to all four sides. Handmade by Anna F.Ginsberg Hayutin.

Yankel and Chisha Finer Family, circa 1901

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Identifier: B063.05.0013.00087
Overview Yankel and Chisha Finer sit for a formal studio portrait with five daughters, Minnie, Rose, Susie, Emma, and Annie.