Museum the New Llano Colony



Joe Rosenburg

Birth: He was born around 1872 in Russia. He'd immigrated to the U.S. in 1905 and had been naturalized by 1930.  

Description: His native language was Jewish.  

Pre-Colony History: In 1910 he was living in New York City with his wife Rebecka and six children -- Hyman, Louis, Gussie, Rachael, Katie and Harry Rosenburg. He was working as a ladies dresser.  

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Job in Colony: In June 1928 Tom and Alex Davidson, Hough, Waters, McClurg, Dougherty, Rosenburg, Mardfin, Weislander and Harold Kemp were working hard to make up for time lost to rainy days.

In 1936 he ran the tailor shop located in the upstairs at the Apartments de Llano (the new hotel). The shop was well equipped for the heavier work of repairing and working over men's wear and women's coats and suits, and smiling Joe, tailor by instinct and long training, was cheerfully ready from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. to put colonists' apparel in good order. 

Home in Colony: In 1930 he was listed as a boarder with the Albert Shepard family. 

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Sources: US Census: 1910, 1930; "Llano Colonist": June 30, 1928, October 3, 1936