Independent Order of B'nai Brith. Ladies Auxiliary (Braddock, Pa.)
Found in JCRS patient #969 M. Glick's record (B002.01.0100.0101.00005)
Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Typed letter to "Mrs. L. Sulzbacher...Ladies' Auxiliary I.O.B.B., Braddock, Pa" from Dr. Spivak dated "Oct. 29, 1908" [sic]. Spivak thanks Sulzbacher for her letter "of the 13th inst." about M. Glick but states, "M. Gluck [Glick] has no right to apply" since "he has [a] means of support" [sic]. Spivak continues, noting that he "shall try and remember Mr. Gluck[Glick] when he comes here," seeing that "[Glick] pays his hard cash to some other institution that changes for admission" [sic]. The...
Dates: 1908 October 29
Overview Typed letter to "Mrs. L. Sulzbacher...Ladies Auxiliary I. O. B. B., Braddock, Pa" from Dr. Spivak dated "Nov. 9, 1908" [sic]. The letter is a response to Sulzbacher's "of the 1st inst., in reference to Mr. Gluck[Glick]" [sic]. Spivak informs Sulzbacher that JCRS works with only seventy-six beds and that they cannot go over the seventy-six patients at the present time. Spivak "cannot definitely state...how long it will take before [Glick] is admitted," that "vacanc es[vacancies]...occur only...
Dates: 1908 November 09
Overview Typed letter to "Mrs. L. Sulzbacher...Ladies Auxiliary I. O. B. B....Braddock, Pa" from President Hilkowitz dated "Dec. 1, 1908" [sic]. The letter is a response to Sulzbacher's letter regarding M. Glick. Dr. Hilkowitz informs Sulzbacher of the conundrum of JCRS, in that there is high demand for free service but very low supply of beds for consumptives, and that JCRS is doing their best to get M. Glick and other poor consumptives in for care. Hilkowitz concludes saying he has "already informed...
Dates: 1908 December 01
Overview Handwritten letter in blue ink to "Dr. P. Hilkowitz.-' Denver Colo" from "Mrs. L Sulzbacher... Aux I. O. B. B. Braddock" dated "Nov. 27-08" [sic]. The letter pleads and asks "a special favor" for the case of M. Glick, in that he is "a poor man with wife [who is] badly depending in him" and should be accepted to enter the JCRS Sanatorium as soon as possible [sic]. The letter is signed Mrs L Sulzbacher.
Dates: 1908 November 27