Julia A. S. Eyser Kaufman School Book
Scope and Contents
Collection contains a circa 1859 school book printed in fraktur.
- circa 1859
- Kaufman, Julia A. S. Eyser. (Person)
Conditions Governing Access
The collection is open for research.
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Biographical / Historical
Julia A. S. Eyser was born in Davenport, Scott County, Iowa on February 27, 1850, the daughter of Charles J. H. Eyser (1822-1889) and Catherine Proestler (1830-1890). She emigrated with her parents and six siblings to Denver, Colo. in 1863. Julia Eyser married John Christian Kaufman (1838-1899), a hotel keeper, in Denver, Colo. on February 26, 1868. The couple had five children: Frederick A. (b.1872), Appolina (b.1873), Jula B. (b.1875-1945), Clara (b.1876), Dorothy (b.1880). Julia Eyser Kaufman died in Denver, Colo. in 1924. Both Julia and John Kaufman are buried in Fairmount Cemetery, Denver, Colo.
Published by: John Weik and Co. in Philadelphia Nr. 533 Chestnutstr., gegenüber vom State-house... Publisher John Weik was born circa 1827 in Württemberg, Germany. He worked as a book seller, stationer, and print publisher in Philadelphia from around 1851 to 1872. Weik immigrated to Philadelphia in 1850 and soon after entered the city's publishing industry, including lithographs. In 1851, he operated a book and stationery store at 155 North Third Street. From 1857 to around 1860, he partnered with Hugo Liebing to form the book publishing and importing business: John Weik & Co. at 533 Chestnut Street.
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Immediate Source of Acquisition
Gift, Bob Welch, 2002.
Physical condition: title page and front matter missing; water damage; portion of front cover missing, pages missing.
Inscribed on front cover: Julia A. S. Eyser Kaufman's book saved out of the great Denver flood in 1864.Note from inside back cover: Saved from Great Denver Flood 1864; Brought over the plains with Grossmutter Julia Eyser Kaufman in 1863.
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