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National Jewish Hospital for Consumptives (U.S.)

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Found information from National Jewish Medical and Research Center, Nov. 15, 2001 (name changed 1997 to National Jewish Medical and Research Center; History of name changes: National Jewish Hospital (1899-1924--National Jewish Hospital for Consumptives; 1925-1964--National Jewish Hospital at Denver; 1965-1977--National Jewish Hospital and Research Center; after National Asthma Center merged with National Jewish, 1978-1985--National Jewish Hospital/National Asthma Center; 1986-1996--National Jewish Center for Immunology and Respiratory Medicine; 1997-2008 -- National Jewish Medical and Research Center; July 2008- National Jewish Health).

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Letter from C.D. Spivak , 1908 April 2

 Item
Identifier: B002.01.0102.0119.00009
Overview Typed letter from C.D. Spivak. He addressed the letter as "To whom it may concern" and mentioned that Dave Yudelowitz was a patient at the National Jewish Hospital for Consumptives three years ago. Spivak continues to say that Yudelowitz has been suffering from asthma and cannot stand the cold climate in the Rocky Mountains. Spivak finishes the letter by mentioning that Yudelowitz was advised by his attending physicians to go to a warmer climate, like Los Angeles.
Dates: 1908 April 2

Letter from S. Pisko to C.D. Spivak, 1912 February 26

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Identifier: B002.01.0102.0075.00031
Overview Typed letter from Mrs. S. Pisko to Dr. Charles Spivak, unforming him that enclosed is a letter which was intended for him but received and opened by The National Jewish Hospital for Consumptives thinking it was intended for them. Letter is dated and signed.
Dates: 1912 February 26

Oral History Interview with Sol Abraham, 1984 October 1

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Identifier: B098.01.0005.00124
Overview "Sol Z. Abraham describes his early education in New York after emigrating with his parents from Austria when he was 11 years old. He discusses the effect that contracting tuberculosis had on his early life, and details the various treatments and surgeries he underwent to treat the disease while at National Jewish Hospital (NJH). He talks about his later employment at NJH and the variety of positions he held there from 1935 until his retirement forty years later in 1975. He also articulates the...
Dates: 1984 October 1