Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society (U.S.)
Found in 133 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Ben Lorenz's application for admittance into the Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society in Denver, Colorado. He was age 26 when admitted on February 28, 1910. The application also mentions that he was born in New York, but came from Chicago, Illinois where his mother and brother still resided. His occupation was as a clothing cutter. He was also admitted to the Modern Woodmen Sanatorium in Colorado Springs prior to arriving at JCRS in Denver. The verso is a "Report of Medical Examiner" and lists...
Dates: 1910 February 28
Abstract JCRS envelope to Millie Doctor, with stamps saying "not claimed", "not at new number", and "returned".
Dates: 1910 September 16
Abstract Typed excerpt of a letter that appears to have been written by Charles S. Perelstein of the Chicago Auxillary to JCRS. Perelstein is writing on behalf of one of the Auxillary's members who wanted to inquire about Nathan Levin as Levin was in Denver at the time. The carbon copy indicates that it was signed Charles S. Perelstein.
Dates: 1911 March 19
Abstract Typed excerpt of letter from Charles S. Perelstein to JCRS where he writes to remind the recipient that he has written a letter to JCRS ten (10) days prior regarding Nathan Levin but had not received a reply. Levin had replied to a similar letter that Perelstein sent him and Levin writes that he is in "bad shape," waiting for some help from JCRS. Perelstein asks for a reply from JCRS on Levin's case. Carbon copy indicates original letter is signed "Charles S. Perelstein."
Dates: 1911 March 28
Abstract Excerpt of letter from Miriam Kalisky to JCRS. She apologizes for sending Jennie Goodman to Denver. She admits that she knew nothing about her condition besides the information that was given to her from physicians in Chicago who said it was Goodman's only salvation to better health.
Dates: 1910 April 19
Abstract Typed letter from C.D. Spivak to Clara Horwitz informing her that her husband, Isaac Horwitz was invited for admission to the Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society. Spivak trusts that Horwitz’s stay at JCRS will be beneficial for his health. He signs the letter "Secretary" at the bottom. The envelope is addressed to Clara in Chicago, Illinois. There are several stamps regarding Clara's incorrect address; therefore, the letter was returned to JCRS.
Dates: 1910 July 5
Abstract Handwritten letter from A. Hornstein to Dr. M. Sahud. Hornstein is requesting that Dr. Sahud send her a prescription to save her life. She begins to explain her symptoms by stating that her feet are swollen to her ankles, she cannot eat, she has an occasional fever, cold feet and nose, and can only walk little by little. She continues to say that she wants to be saved and that if she had money she would come home. She finishes the letter by saying that she thinks she is dying and that any...
Dates: 1910 September
Abstract Typed letter from A.D. Lasker to Dr. Spivak, in which he states Joseph Gorman found his health failing, and says he has written to Dr. Spivak and asked to be admitted to the Tent Colony. H ealso states Gorman was depending on charitable donations to survive. Letter is signed by A.D. Lesker.
Dates: 1911 April 11
Abstract Handwritten letter from B. Hindsill of the Congregation Tiphereth Zion to JCRS. The letter is written in an undetermined language. There are many signatures at the bottom.
Dates: 1910 June 7
Abstract Handwritten letter from Bety Lorenz to C.D. Spivak thanking him for the admittance of her son, Ben Lorenz into the Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society. She trusts that the sanatorium will be beneficial to Lorenz's health. The letter is signed "Bety Lorenz" at the bottom.
Dates: 1910 April 24