National Jewish Health (U.S.)
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Asherman was a longtime volunteer for NJH, beginning when she joined the New York Auxiliary Chapter of the National Home for Jewish Children. She later became president of the axillary, and then as a national auxiliary board member and trustee. She helped establish 17 auxiliary chapters in New York. Collection contains photographs, correspondence, journals and newsletters related to Bea Asherman from 1924 through 1998.
File — Box: B005.05.0305
Overview Typed letter from Dr. Spivak to Mrs. Koppleman, in which he states that he received her check for $28, and that they are doing what's possible to accept him in the sanatorium. He states it can be from 8 to 10 weeks until he's admitted, so she should supply for him. Letter is unsigned but "Secretary" is typed at bottom.
Overview Covers the life of Irving Stein, born on November 9, 1909 in Poland. Graduated from NYU. Irving and Charlotte married and came to Denver after visiting Denver and really likening the city. Two daughters Susan and Judy. Irving was a realtor and then involved in National Jewish Family Services.