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Leadville incorporates as a city with Horace Tabor as Mayor.
Gustave "Fred" Jelenko dies making clear of the need for a Hebrew Cemetery.
101,000 square feet of the southwest corner of the Evergreen Cemetery was transferred to the Hebrew Benevolent Association.
Gustave “Fred” Jelenko was the first to be buried there (reinterred from Kokomo, Colorado).
Minette Miller dies. She was the last descendant still living in Leadville of the former population of Jews.
Temple Israel Foundation obtains the Hebrew Cemetery through Quiet Title action.
The Hebrew Cemetery was reconsecrated after years of cleanup efforts by the Denver chapter of B’nai B’rith.
The Hebrew Cemetery has a new Block E established for modern burials.
Missing grave markers were replaced for the known grave sites.
The annual Cleanup Weekend celebrates 20 years of the Denver chapter of B’nai B’rith helping with the cemetery upkeep.