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Name Goetze, Ida Louise
Born 1854
Birthplace Lobenstein, Germany
Places of residence Terre Haute, IN
Georgetown, CO
923 10th Street, Golden, CO
1107 11th Street, Golden, CO
Titles & honors Started the Mines Student Club
Nationality German
Notes Buried in Crown Hill Cemetery
Occupation Boston House
Golden Methodist Church
Relief Corp. Denver, CO
Relationships A. Frobes, sister
Role Business
Spouse Henry Goetze, married in Denver, CO on April 7, 1885.
Children Oscar A Goetze
Richard Goetze

Associated Records

Image of 1410 - Bible

1410 - Bible

Holy Bible with brown leather cover. Tooled on cover with gilt letters reads, "Holy Bible." Front and back covers are detached. Spine reads, "The Parallel Bible" in gilt. Published in Chicago, Illinois, the Home Library Association, 315-319 Wabash Ave. 1886. Belonged to Henry Goetze family.

Image of General business directory for Golden, CO and the surrounding areas. General overviews include: Jefferson County, agriculture, mining, Golden, educational institutions, churches, secret societies, manufacturers, business houses, and personalities. Numerous photographs are included along with advertisements for local businesses.  Written on the front cover: Property Pioneer Museum, Golden, Colorado; March 15, 1902.  Stamped in the inside of the front cover: Golden DAR Pioneer Museum.

General business directory for Golden, CO and the surrounding areas. General overviews include: Jefferson County, agriculture, mining, Golden, educational institutions, churches, secret societies, manufacturers, business houses, and personalities. Numerous photographs are included along with advertisements for local businesses. Written on the front cover: Property Pioneer Museum, Golden, Colorado; March 15, 1902. Stamped in the inside of the front cover: Golden DAR Pioneer Museum.

General business directory for Golden, CO and the surrounding areas. General overviews include: Jefferson County, agriculture, mining, Golden, educational institutions, churches, secret societies, manufacturers, business houses, and personalities. Numerous photographs are included along with advertisements for local businesses. Written on the front cover: Property Pioneer Museum, Golden, Colorado; March 15, 1902. Stamped in the inside of the front cover: Golden DAR Pioneer Museum.

Image of 2011.099.237 - Print, Photographic

2011.099.237 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of brothers Oscar (left) and Richard (right) with their mother Ida Goetze sitting in a chair. Ida is wearing a dark long dress with her hands folded in her lap. The two boys are wearing middy shirts with matching knee length shorts, large white bow ties, and leather shoes. Written on the bottom of the photograph: Post, 1206 15th St., Denver Colorado

Image of 2011.099.240 - Print, Photographic

2011.099.240 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of Ida Goetze standing behind the Boston House (Astor House) in Golden, CO. Ida is standing in a long black dress with a high white collar.

Image of 2011.099.517 - Print, Photographic

2011.099.517 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of Henry and Ida Goetze. Ida is standing on the right side of the photograph wearing a dark colored dress that has white lace on the coller and around her wrists. Henry is wearing a dark colored suit with a dark tie with his pocket watch chain visible. A plant is located on the left side of the photograph.

Image of 2011.099.823 - Print, Photographic

2011.099.823 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of the Goetze residence located at 1107 11th Street in Golden, CO. A man is standing and a woman sitting on the front porch, possibly Oscar and Irene Goetze. Another house is visible in the background located on the left.

Image of 2012.010.036 - Print, Photographic

2012.010.036 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of the Astor House at 822 12th Street in Golden, CO. Three boys, an older woman, and a girl are standing in front of the building. The individuals are identified on the back of the original photograph. Left to right: neighbor boy, name unknown, Richard Goetze, Ida Goetze, Oscar Goetze, little girl in the doorway Wilmina Delzel, who stayed at the Astor House with her mother.