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Julius Wolf
Born: 1859, Austria
Died:
Married: Bettis Patzer, October 24, 1889, Denver, Colorado

Julius Wolf was born in Austria in 1859. The young immigrant came to Leadville in 1880 and soon went into the saloon and wholesale liquor business with Adolph Schayer [1] at 142 E. 3rd Street, [2] which was also his and Adolph’s residence. [3] This business partnership forged a lifelong friendship. It didn’t take Julius long to be bitten by the mining bug and on March 13th, he bought one-sixteenth of the Peacock lode for $250 dollars. [4]

The January 1, 1881 issue of the Leadville Weekly Democrat stated that the wholesale liquor houses including Wolf & Schayer, J. Schloss [5], Baer Bros. [6], and A. Eliel [7] did a very large business, supplying many of the outlying camps. The aggregate sales during 1880 amounted to over $1,500,000. [8] Julius attended the January 28th wedding of Mr. M. D. Altman [9] and Miss Rosa Schloss, the eldest daughter of Jacob Schloss; he gifted the couple a set of gold and enamel vases. [10] On the morning of May 18, a fire broke out in the upstairs portion of the building occupied by Wolf & Schayer, the damages reached $1000 dollars. [11] The Ladies of the Hebrew Benevolent Society gave a Simchas Taura Ball on October 17th. Julius attended with a Miss Radowitz. [12] On December 15, Wolf & Schayer sued John E. Eitel and received a judgment of twenty-five dollars. [13]

On May 4, 1882, a notice in the Leadville Daily Herald created quite a stir. Julius and Adolph purchased the cigar store and liquor business of Mr. Morris Hart. Mr. Hart’s creditors rushed down to the courthouse and filed attachment papers on the stock. [14] On May 16, Julius was involved in a lawsuit. Julius Wolf vs. Peter Becker; motion to quash writ of replevin overruled, demurrer to complaint overruled and defendant has ten days to plead. [15]

In 1883, Julius took up residence at the Union Block room 17. [16] On September 29th, Julius, along with other prominent members of the community, signed a petition imploring Charles Mater to run for County Commissioner. [17] Wolf & Schayer vs. P. B. Bickford et al. was on the docket for the county court calendar on November 20. [18]

On February 20, 1884, Julius attended the ball given by the Knights of Pythias [19] and, on March 12th, Julius attended the Purim ball where he and Mrs. Marsh won a special prize for their costumes which depicted Columbia and Yankee Doodle. [20] On March 16th, Julius attended the Athletic Association Ball of which Julius was an active member. The Herald Democrat, covering the ball, stated It has a membership of something over a hundred, and is made up of our best young men, comprising the intellect and sinew of Leadville. [21] In May, the committee on licenses and ordinances reported as to the Wolf & Schayer license in controversy, recommending that it be transferred. It was received and adopted.” [22] On June 21st Julius attended the Strawberry and Ice Cream Festival given by the Hebrew Ladies Benevolent society in Armory hall [23] and, on September 20th, Julius attended The Grand Ball at City Hall given by the Knights of Pythias. [24]

Illustrated drawing of the Union Block, 1883.

Illustrated drawing of the Union Block, 1883.

October 11, 1884,

The Law’s Holiday, Simchath Oras, the Great Hebrew Festival, Fittingly Celebrated by a Night of Enjoyment. As is well known it is a Hebrew custom for every good and pious Jew to read the Mosaic, or book of the law, once every year. The day on which he begins this worthy and pleasant task is known as Simchath Toras. The celebration of the festival in Leadville, is an event long looked forward to, and the time selected this year was for good reason, last night, instead of the evening usually consecrated to it. The ball was given under the auspices and for the benefit of the Ladies’ Hebrew Benevolent association, which for that purpose secured City hall. The ball was attended; it may be truly said, by the elite of Leadville. Full dress was the order of the hour among the gentlemen, while the costumes of the ladies were, many of them, simply superb; tasteful and elegant. [25]

On November 15th, Julius attended the wedding of Mr. George Brown and Miss Anna Hill and presented a crystal chandelier with cut glass and pendants to the happy couple from Wolf & Schayer. [26] On December 28th, Wolf & Schayer received thanks from the Turner Society for contributing toward their success. [27]

On January 17, 1885, Julius became a member of the Cloud City Social Club, whose members were “among the very best people in Leadville.” [28] On February 15th, Julius obtained a judgement against Henry Cooper for $205.95. The Sheriff scheduled an auction to sell the mining property of Mr. Cooper to settle the debt. [29] On February 22th, Dan Golding [30] showed Julius and Fred Butler around Aspen, where they visited the office of the Aspen Daily Times. They seemed to be impressed by Julius as they wrote:

Mr. Julius Wolf, of the firm of Wolf & Schayer, Harrison Avenue, Leadville has been in Aspen for several days taking orders for liquors and cigars. He has a peculiar way of inducing the dealers of Aspen to trade with him, but his goods are all first class.” [31]

Advertisement for Wolf & Schayer “Wholesale Dealers in Kentucky Whiskies and Fine Cigars”, 1885.

Advertisement for Wolf & Schayer “Wholesale Dealers in Kentucky Whiskies and Fine Cigars”, 1885.

“Wolf & Schayer”. Leadville Daily Herald. January 16, 1885. Page 1.

Location of the Wolf & Schayer store in the Quincy Block at 416 Harrison Avenue.

Location of the Wolf & Schayer store in the Quincy Block at 416 Harrison Avenue.

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Leadville, Lake County, Colorado. Sanborn Map Company, September 1886. Map. https://www.loc.gov/item/sanborn01031_002/.

Julius was a juror for the March 29th trial of John “Doc” Holliday. Doc Holliday shot W. J. Allen in Hyman’s Saloon in August of 1884. The jury acquitted Doc of the charge of attempted murder after deliberating for only a few minutes. [32]

The April 10th issue of the Leadville Daily Herald showcased Julius’s great sense of humor:

Mr. Julius Wolf came in on the Aspen stage night before last. He declares the road on the range is frightful, and his experience on the trip was something he would not like to repeat. “Why,” said he, “a mud hole fell into the coach that was forty-five foot deep, and it took the combined efforts of four horses to pull it out. We had hardly escaped from this difficulty when the driver suddenly jumped from his seat and located a claim on the side of the road out of which could plainly be seen cropping bars of bullion and boulders of rich oro. A man emerged from the mud with a whip in his hand and said it was his. Just as the shooting scrape was about to occur the whole thing moved off and soon six mules were seen and finely a wagon. It was a freighter’s outfit stuck in the mud. You ought to have seen how mad that driver was. But all joking aside, the road from here to Twin Lakes is better than the road from Granite to Twin Lakes and I do not see why it is not generally traveled by freighters.” [33]

On June 6th the Herald Democrat gossip column stated that Julius was regarded as one of the most accomplished athletes in the Leadville Club. [34]

On July 25, 1885, news of General Ulysses S. Grant’s death reached Leadville; Wolf & Schayer was among many businesses that draped their windows and awnings in sorrow. [35]

August 22, 1885:

Yesterday was an eventful one in certain circles, and the occasion of Mr. Adolph Schayer’s thirty-first birthday was celebrated with the assistance of several friends, together with his father-in-law, who had arrived from Denver to commemorate the event. His business associate, Mr. Julius Wolf, was deeply interested in the event, and he, too, lent his efforts to its proper celebration. The song of the champagne cork was to be heard throughout the day, and many a friend drank to the long life and prosperity of the gentleman. [36]

On October 10th, Wolf & Schayer subscribed to the school fund donating $100.00 [37] they were also members of the Irish National League donating $5.00 to the cause. [38]

On February 24, 1886, Julius returned from Aspen and reported that everybody at the flourishing camp is greatly elated over the prospects of the season. [39] On March 16th, Julius attended Jacob Schloss’s birthday party celebrating the “…fiftieth anniversary of his presence here on this mundane sphere.” [40] In an interview published on May 9th in the Herald Democrat, Julius stated, “Outside trade is somewhat quiet at this time, although large consignments were delivered during the winter, and enough to keep them running for thirty days longer. At present Red Cliff is leading in the business among them, and large amounts are being shipped to that point. Aspen advanced her in ordering, and consequently is not unloading instead of purchasing.” [41] On May 23rd, Julius attended the 25th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Max Kahn and presented the couple with a silver water pitcher. [42] Julius was elected treasurer at the initial meeting of a new club known as the Harmonie on December 5th, it was initially a social club but later became a literary organization. [43]

In the September 1, 1887, the Herald Democrat Positive Facts column stated that Julius Wolf was to be married in November but the September 16th issue printed that the rumor is that Julius Wolf has been married over seven months. [44] There is no supporting evidence that Julius was married at this time. The November 17th issue of the Leadville Daily/Evening Chronicle reported that Julius had invested heavily in real estate in Glenwood Springs. [45]

March 11, 1888, Julius Wolf has returned from an extended eastern visit [46] and, in April, Julius spent a few days in Glenwood Springs. [47] On August 30th, Julius attended a Grand Full-Dress concert and ball given by the members of the Temple Israel. [48]

February 11, 1889, Julius returned home after an extended trip in the east. [49] On March 23rd Julius attended a Euchre Card Party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Baer [50] and, on May 13th, Julius attended a get together at Mrs. A Baer’s home with Dr. Lee Kahn, and the Misses Schloss. [51] The following printed in the May 20, 1892 issue of the Leadville Daily/Evening Chronicle:

Mr. Julius Wolf is the guest of Mr. Adolph Schayer and family of this city. Mr. Wolf was one of the pioneer businessmen of Leadville, having for years been senior member of the form of Wolf & Schayer. Mr. Wolf’s home is now in New York City. He leaves to-night for that place and sails for Europe June 2nd.” [52]

Julius and his brother Frank visited Leadville as guests of Adolph Schayer on November 20, 1893. [53] On December 1st, Julius and Frank checked into the Hotel Vendome [54] and, on December 4th, Julius, Frank, and Adolph dined at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Heimberger. [55] December 10th saw Julius and his brother Frank attended the Chanukah celebration at the Temple Israel. In the evening they were among a group of older congregants who visited the home of Dr. and Mrs. Heimberger for musical entertainment and a late supper. [56] On December 11th, Mr. and Mrs. I Baer hosted a reception for Julius and Frank and, on December 12th, Mr. and Mrs. A Baer entertained a few friends at their home honoring them. [57]

Julius and Frank Wolf left for Denver on December 17th. Frank returned to his home in New York City and Julius told everyone that he had decided to relocate in Colorado. [58]

On August 14, 1894, Julius returned to Leadville from New York. [59] In November, Julius Wolf had returned to Leadville after a pleasant hunting trip. [60] On November 18th, Adolph Schayer and Miss Lizzie Schayer hosted a dinner in honor of Mr. Julius Wolf other guests included Miss Clara Leon [61], Messrs., E. Katz, E.R. Schayer, and Nathan Katz [62]. [63]

Julius participated in many athletic endeavors: he was a member of the bicycling club [64] ; a member of the athletic association; and was a regular attendee at the rink where he was considered far above the average skater and graceful in his movements. [65]

On January 20, 1895, Julius attended the hop given by the Jewish people at the Hotel Vendome. [66] On March 21th, a quit claim deed was filed from C. Victor Carlson et al. to Julius Wolf and A. Baer, conveying a one-fourth interest in the Wax, two-thirds interest in the Iowa and a one-half interest in the Boyd lodes, California mining district; consideration $1,750. [67] On May 4th, a location certificate was filed for Berlin No’s 1, 2, and 3 California mining district by Julius Wolf and James Kavanaugh. [68] On May 5th, Julius as inducted into the Leadville Cycle club at their annual meeting held at the rooms of O’Keef and Stockdorf. On May 12 a location certificate was issued to James Kavanagh and Julius Wolf, for extension of Hope lode in Union mining district. [69] On June 13th, Julius attended the grand festival and dance of the Hebrew Ladies’ Benevolent Society at City Hall. [70] Julius had a pleasant visit to Twin Lakes in August. [71]

January 12, 1896, saw Julius attended a game filled leap year party given by Mrs. Carrie Meyer. [72] On May 17, a mining patent-Issued to Julius Wolf for, the Berlin lodes Nos. 1, 2, and 3 [73] and on May 19, Julius filed his application for a patent for the silver bearing Extended Hope mine. [74]

Julius visited in August, 1900, and upon leaving he went to Glenwood. By then Julius had relocated to Cincinnati. [75]

In 1907, Julius, now living in Chicago, visited Denver and attended a box party at Elitch Gardens. [76]

There is no further mention of Julius in newspapers or City Directories.

Lee Wolf
Born:
Died:

Lee Wolf appears to be in Leadville for only one year. He is listed in the City Directory in the year 1881, as Lee Wolf & Company Steam Laundry at 133 E. Chestnut where he also lived. [77]

There was an article in the January 1, 1881 Leadville Weekly Democrat:

The business done by some of our laundry men is simply astonishing. Fortunes have been made in laundries here. No establishment of this kind does a greater amount of work or has greater facilities for doing such work than Lee Wolf & Co., at 139 East Chestnut street. Here an amount of business is done that would greatly surprise those unacquainted with the mysteries of the laundry. The work is all done by steam, with the newest and best apparatus. Twenty-five men and women are kept busy constantly, and the laundry has facilities for washing as many as 75,000 pieces per day. This may seem incredible, but it is, nevertheless, true. No laundry west of Chicago has greater facilities or can do better work. The immense amount of work done enables Lee Wolf & Co. to give rates lower than are offered by other establishments of this kind, while few laundries can guarantee such perfect satisfaction. [78]

We are aware of one other Lee Wolf, who in 1919 was brought back to Leadville to face the charge of “beating a board bill at the Milwaukee House. [79]

Short article in the New Year’s Day issue of 1881 with a glowing review and recommendation of the Steam Laundry of Lee Wolf & Company.

Short article in the New Year’s Day issue of 1881 with a glowing review and recommendation of the Steam Laundry of Lee Wolf & Company.

“Lee Wolf & Co.” Leadville Weekly Democrat. January 1, 1881. Page 9.

Simon Wolf
Born: not known
Died: not known
Married: yes, name not known

Simon Wolf first appears in Leadville in 1883. The City Directory lists Simon as a bookkeeper for J. Schloss and his residence at 325 E. 3rd Street. [80] On March 23rd, Simon and his wife attended the Purim ball. [81]

Simon and his wife saw in the New Year at a party at the home of Mr. Sam Mayer [82]. [83] Simon and his wife moved to a new home at 415 E. 3rd Street. [84] On February 3rd Mrs. Wolf attended a dancing matinee given by Professor Godat, a well know dance instructor of Leadville. [85] On February 15th, Mr. and Mrs. Wolf attended the Knights of Honor ball. [86] November 29, 1884, Simon and his wife attended the Purim Ball. [87]

1 For more information on Adolph Schayer and the Schayer family please visit: http://www.jewishleadville.org/schayer.html
2 Year: 1880; Census Place: Leadville, Lake, Colorado; Roll: 91; Page: 403A; Enumeration District: 079
3 TB Corbett and JH Ballenger. Corbet, and Ballenger’s Eighth Annual City Directory: Containing a Complete List of the Inhabitants, Institutions, Incorporated Companies, Manufacturing Establishments, Business, Business Firms etc. in The City Of Denver for 1880. (Denver, CO: Corbet and Ballenger Publishers.1880). P#384
4 Transfers. (Leadville, CO. USA. Leadville Weekly Herald, March 13, 1880). P1
5 For more information on Jacob Schloss and his family please visit: http://www.jewishleadville.org/schloss.html
6 For more information on the Baer Brothers and their family please visit: http://www.jewishleadville.org/baer.html
7 For more information on Alexander Eliel and family please visit: http://www.jewishleadville.org/eliel.html
8 Wholesale Liquor Houses. (Leadville, CO. USA. Leadville Weekly Democrat, January 1, 1881). P12
9 For more information on the
10 The Society World. (Leadville, CO. USA. Leadville Democrat, January 20, 1881). P8
11 This Mornings Fire, (Leadville, CO. USA. Leadville Democrat, May 18, 1881). P1
12 Simchas Taura Ball. (Leadville, CO. USA. Leadville Daily Herald, October 23, 1881). P3
13 County Court. (Leadville, CO. USA. Leadville Daily Herald, December 15, 1881). P4
14 Hard on Hart. (Leadville, CO. USA. Leadville Daily Herald, May 5, 1882). P4
15 County Court. (Leadville, CO. USA. Leadville Daily Herald, May 16, 1882). P4
16 TB Corbett and JH Ballenger. Corbet, and Ballenger’s Fourth Annual City Directory: Containing a Complete List of the Inhabitants, Institutions, Incorporated Companies, Manufacturing Establishments, Business, Business Firms Etc. in The City Of Leadville for 1883. (Denver, CO: Corbet and Ballenger Publishers.1883). P#283.
17 A Good Move. (Leadville, CO. USA. Carbonate Chronicle, September 29, 1883). P5
18 County Court Calendar. (Leadville, CO. USA. Leadville Daily Herald, November 14, 1883). P4
19 No. 20, (Leadville, CO, USA. Leadville Daily Herald, February 20, 1884). P4
20 The Jewish Festival. (Leadville, CO. USA. Leadville Daily Herald, March 12, 1884). P4
21 Athletic Club Ball. (Leadville, CO. USA, Leadville Daily Herald, March 16, 1884). P4
22 City Council Proceedings. (Leadville, CO. USA. Carbonate Chronicle, May 24, 1884). P5
23 A Happy Occasion. (Leadville, CO. USA. Carbonate Chronicle, June 21, 1884). P12
24 The Grand Ball. (Leadville, CO. USA. Carbonate Chronicle, September 20, 1884). P3
25 The Law’s Holiday. (Leadville, CO. USA. Carbonate Chronicle, October 11, 1884). P6
26 The Whirl of Society, (Leadville, CO. USA. Leadville Daily Herald, November 15, 1884). P4
27 Expression of Thanks. (Leadville, CO. USA. Leadville Daily Herald, December, 28, 1884). P4
28 The Cloud City Social Club. (Leadville, CO. USA. Leadville Daily Herald, January 17, 1885). P4
29 Sheriff’s Sale. (Leadville, CO. USA. Leadville Daily Herald, February 15, 1885). P3
30 For more information on Daniel Golding and his family: please visit http://www.jewishleadville.org/golding.html
31 (Aspen, CO, USA. Aspen Daily Times, February 22, 1885). P1
32 Holliday Acquitted. (Leadville, CO. USA. Leadville, Daily Herald, March 29, 1885). P4
33 A Frightful Experience, (Leadville, CO. USA. Leadville Daily Herald, April 10, 1885). P4
34 Positive Facts. (Leadville, CO. USA. Carbonate Chronicle, June 6, 1885). P4
35 The Hero Here. (Leadville, CO. USA. Carbonate Chronicle, July 25, 1885). P2
36 A Pleasant Event. (Leadville, CO. USA. Carbonate Chronicle, August 22, 1885). P3
37 The School Fund. (Leadville, CO. USA. Carbonate Chronicle, October 10, 1885). P3
38 Irish National League. (Leadville, CO USA. Carbonate Chronicle, December 19, 1885). P8
39 Personal. (Leadville, CO. USA. Leadville Daily/Evening chronicle, February 24, 1886). P3
40 Birthday Party. (Leadville, CO. USA. Leadville Daily/Evening Chronicle, March 16, 1886). P3
41 Local Logicians, (Leadville, CO. USA. Herald Democrat, May 9, 1886). P2
42 Noted Silver Wedding. (Leadville, CO. USA. Herald Democrat, May 25, 1886). P2
43 Personal and General. (Leadville, CO. USA. Herald Democrat, December 5, 1886). P6
44 Positive Facts. (Leadville, CO. USA. Herald Democrat, September 16, 1887). P3
45 Onward Strides of New Castle. (Leadville, CO, USA. Leadville Daily/Evening Chronicle, November 17, 1887). P4
46 Social and Personal. (Leadville, CO. USA. Herald Democrat, March 11, 1888). P2
47 Incomings and Outgoings. (Leadville, CO. USA. Herald Democrat, April 29, 1888). P2
48 Very Fashionable Event. (Leadville, CO. USA. Leadville Daily/Evening Chronicle, August 30, 1888). P3
49 Personal. (Leadville, CO. USA. Leadville Daily/Evening Chronicle, February 11, 1889). P4
50 Euchre Party. (Leadville, CO, USA. Leadville Daily/Evening Chronicle, March 23, 1889). P4
51 An Afternoon Entertainment. (Leadville, CO. USA. Carbonate Chronicle, May 13, 1889). P8
52 Personal Mention. (Leadville, CO. USA. Leadville Daily/Evening Chronicle, May 20, 1892). P4
53 Whirl of the Week, (Leadville, CO. USA. Leadville Daily/Evening Chronicle, November 20, 1893).P2
54 Personal Mention. (Leadville, CO. USA. Herald Democrat, January 5, 1895). P1
55 The Festive Gobbler, (Leadville, CO. USA. Leadville Daily/Evening Chronicle, December 4, 1893). P2
56 The Feast of Chanuka, (Leadville, CO. USA. Herald Democrat, December 12, 1893). P8
57 Just Before Yuletide. (Leadville, CO. USA. Herald Democrat, December 17, 1893). P5
58 Just Before Yuletide. (Leadville, CO. USA. Herald Democrat, December 17, 1893). P5
59 Personal Mention. (Leadville, CO. USA. Leadville Daily/ Evening Chronicle, August 14, 1894). P1
60 Personal Mention. (Leadville, CO. USA. Herald Democrat, November 4, 1894). P6
61 For more information on Clara Leon and family, please visit: http://www.jewishleadville.org/leon.html
62 For more information on Nathan Katz and family, please visit: http://www.jewishleadville.org/katz.html
63 Friends and Neighbors. (Leadville, CO. USA. Herald Democrat, November 18, 1894). P5
64 Some Late Sporting News. (Leadville, CO. USA. Herald Democrat, May 5, 1895). P9
65 Skating in the Clouds. (Leadville, CO. USA. Herald Democrat, December 16, 1894.) P2
66 Jolly Reign of Winter. (Leadville, CO. USA. Herald Democrat, January 20, 1895). P4
67 Quit Claim Deed Filed. (Leadville, CO. USA. Herald Democrat, March 21, 1895). P8
68 A Peep at the Big Books. (Leadville, CO. USA. Herald Democrat, May 4, 1894). P7
69 With the Recorder. (Leadville, CO. USA. Herald Democrat, May 12, 1895). P4
70 The Hebrew Ladies. (Leadville, CO. USA. Carbonate Chronicle, June 13, 1885). P2
71 Personal Mention. (Leadville, CO. USA. Herald Democrat, August 6, 1895). P8
72 It’s all Carnival Gaiety. (Leadville, CO. USA. Herald Democrat, January 12, 1896). P5
73 Filed for Record, (Leadville, CO. USA. Herald Democrat, March 9, 1899). P8
74 Mining Application No. 4701, (Leadville, CO. USA. Leadville Daily and Evening Chronicle, May 19, 1897). P2
75 Personal Mention. (Leadville, CO. USA. Herald Democrat, August 11, 1900). P8
76 (Denver, Co. USA. Jewish Outlook, June 21, 1907). P10
77 TB Corbett and JH Ballenger. Corbet, and Ballenger’s Second Annual City Directory: Containing A Complete List of the Inhabitants, Institutions, Incorporated Companies, Manufacturing Establishments, Business, Business Firms etc. in The City Of Leadville for 1881. (Leadville, CO: Corbet and Ballenger Publishers.1881). P#306.
78 Lee Wolf & Co., (Leadville, CO. USA. Leadville Weekly Democrat, January 1, 1881). P9
79 Sheriff Brings Back Two Prisoners. ( Leadville, CO. USA. Herald Democrat, February 14, 1919). P5
80 TB Corbett and JH Ballenger. Corbet, and Ballenger’s Fourth Annual City Directory: Containing a Complete List of the Inhabitants, Institutions, Incorporated Companies, Manufacturing Establishments, Business, Business Firms Etc. in The City Of Leadville for 1883. (Denver, CO: Corbet and Ballenger Publishers.1883). P#283
81 Purim. (Leadville, CO. USA. Leadville Daily Herald, March 23, 1883). P4
82 For more information on Sam Mayer and his family, please visit: http://www.jewishleadville.org/mayer.html
83 The New Year. (Leadville, CO. USA. Carbonate Chronicle. January 6, 1883). P1
84 TB Corbett and JH Ballenger. Corbet, and Ballenger’s Fifth Annual City Directory: Containing a Complete List Of The Inhabitants, Institutions, Incorporated Companies, Manufacturing Establishments, Business, Business Firms etc. in The City Of Leadville For 1884. (Leadville, CO: Corbet and Ballenger Publishers. 1884). P#255.
85 Dancing Matinee, (Leadville, CO. USA. Leadville Daily Herald, February 3, 1884). P4
86 Knights of Honor. (Leadville, CO. USA. Leadville Daily Herald, February 15, 1884). P4
87 A Pleasant Event. (Leadville, CO. USA. Carbonate Chronicle, November 29, 1884). P6

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Noted Silver Wedding. (Leadville, CO. USA. Herald Democrat, May 25, 1886).

Onward Strides of New Castle. (Leadville, CO, USA. Leadville Daily/Evening Chronicle, November 17, 1887).

Personal. (Leadville, CO. USA. Leadville Daily/Evening chronicle, February 24, 1886).

Personal and General. (Leadville, CO. USA. Herald Democrat, December 5, 1886).

Personal Mention. (Leadville, CO. USA. Leadville Daily/Evening Chronicle, May 20, 1892).

Personal Mention, (Leadville, CO. USA. Leadville Daily/ Evening Chronicle, August 14, 1894).

Personal Mention. (Leadville, CO. USA. Herald Democrat, November 4, 1894).

Personal Mention. (Leadville, CO. USA. Herald Democrat, January 5, 1895).

Personal Mention, (Leadville, CO. USA. Herald Democrat, August 6, 1895).

Personal Mention, (Leadville, CO. USA. Herald Democrat, March 9, 1899).

Personal Mention, (Leadville, CO. USA. Herald Democrat, August 11, 1900).

Positive Facts. (Leadville, CO. USA. Carbonate Chronicle, June 6, 1885).

Positive Facts. (Leadville, CO. USA. Leadville Daily/Evening Chronicle, September 1, 1887).

Positive Facts. (Leadville, CO. USA. Herald Democrat, September 16, 1887).

Purim. (Leadville, CO. USA. Leadville Daily Herald, March 23, 1883).

Quit Claim Deed Filed. (Leadville, CO. USA. Herald Democrat, March 21, 1895).

Sheriff Brings Back Two Prisoners. (Leadville, CO. USA. Herald Democrat, February 14, 1919).

Sheriff’s Sale. (Leadville, CO. USA. Leadville Daily Herald, February 15, 1885).

Simchas Taura Ball. (Leadville, CO. USA. Leadville Daily Herald, October 23, 1881).

Skating in the Clouds, (Leadville, CO. USA. Herald Democrat, December 16, 1894).

Social and Personal, (Leadville, CO. USA. Herald Democrat, March 11, 1888).

Some Late Sporting News, (Leadville, CO. USA. Herald Democrat, May 5, 1895).

JH Ballenger and Richards. Ballenger & Richard’s Twelfth Annual City Directory: Containing a Complete List of the Inhabitants, Institutions, Incorporated Companies, Manufacturing Establishments, Business, Business Firms etc. in The City of Denver for 1884. Provo, UT: Brigham Young University Internet Archive. 2011.

The Cloud City Social Club. (Leadville, CO. USA. Leadville Daily Herald, January 17, 1885).

The Feast of Chanuka, (Leadville, CO. USA. Herald Democrat, December 12, 1893).

The Festive Gobbler, (Leadville, CO. USA. Leadville Daily/Evening Chronicle, December 4, 1893).

The Grand Ball. (Leadville, CO. USA. Carbonate Chronicle, September 20, 1884).

The Hebrew Ladies. (Leadville, CO. USA. Carbonate Chronicle, June 13, 1885).

The Hero Here. (Leadville, CO. USA. Carbonate Chronicle, July 25, 1885).

The Jewish Festival. (Leadville, CO. USA. Leadville Daily Herald, March 12, 1884).

The Law’s Holiday, (Leadville, CO. USA. Carbonate Chronicle, October 11, 1884).

The New Year. (Leadville, CO. USA. Carbonate Chronicle. January 6, 1883).

The School Fund. (Leadville, CO. USA. Carbonate Chronicle, October 10, 1885).

The Society World, (Leadville, CO. USA. Leadville Democrat, January 20, 1881).

The Whirl of Society, (Leadville, CO. USA. Leadville Daily Herald, November 15, 1884).

This Mornings Fire, (Leadville, CO. USA. Leadville Democrat, May 18, 1881).

Transfers. (Leadville, CO. USA. Leadville Weekly Herald, March 13, 1880).

Very Fashionable Event. (Leadville, CO. USA. Leadville Daily/Evening Chronicle, August 30, 1888).

Whirl of the Week, (Leadville, CO. USA. Leadville Daily/Evening Chronicle, November 20, 1893).

Wholesale Liquor Houses. (Leadville, CO. USA. Leadville Weekly Democrat, January 1, 1881).

With the Recorder, (Leadville, CO. USA. Herald Democrat, May 12, 1895).

Year: 1880; Census Place: Leadville, Lake, Colorado; Roll: 91; Page: 403A; Enumeration District: 079.

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