Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society (U.S.)
Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Typed letter from C.D. Spivak to A. Lehrfeld, secretary of the Admiral Schley Lodge #248 O.B.A. Spivak addresses the letter that was originally sent to H. Masliansky regarding the complaints made from friends of Fred Rosner. The friends complained that JCRS only took care of Rosner for three weeks and then discharged him with nowhere else to go. Spivak tells Lehrfeld that Rosner filed his application on April 26th, 1909 while bearing letters from the Grad Master, Samuel Dorf and from Mrs....
Dates: 1909 December 9
Abstract Typed letter from C.D. Spivak to H. Schwatt asking him to report the health conditions of Mr. Blauweis and Mr. Wilensky. He also asks Schwatt to have Dr. Levin fill out the enclosed statement and return it to him at his earliest convenience.
Dates: 1910 October 27
Abstract Typed letter from C.D. Spivak to H. Schwatt replying to his request to inform the Admission and Dismission Committee about the extension for the following patients: Miss Winograd, Mrs. Zaretzky, Mr. Blauweis, Mr. Rosner, and Mr. Hurwitz. Spivak informs Schwatt that the Admission and Dismission Committee carefully considered his request, but has decided to not grant the extension for any of the patients. The committee states that the applicant numbers are constantly increasing with urgent cases....
Dates: 1911 April 26
Abstract Typed letter from C.D. Spivak to H. Schwatt. Spivak asks Schwatt to write to him about the state of Isidor Epstein’s health according to the enclosed letter. Spivak also addresses a note from M. Leckstein’s wife and asks Schwatt to show Leckstein the note and then return it to Spivak’s office. Spivak also asks for an address from Schwatt for a party that he needed to reach. Finally Spivak tells Schwatt that he enclosed two more letters regarding the health of I. Epstein and Mr. Fuchs who died...
Dates: 1910 September 13
Abstract Typed letter from Mrs. E. Gonda to Dr. P. Hillkowitz following up about the letter her family previously wrote to JCRS. She explains that she enclosed a note to her husband in the previous letter and wanted to know about his condition, but she never received a response. The letter is signed "Mrs. Gonda and family" with their New York address underneath.
Dates: 1910 May 11
Abstract Handwritten letter from H. Schwatt to C.D. Spivak. Schwatt reports the current health condition of Mr. Blauweis and states that he is not doing well. Schwatt says that besides Blauweis’ lungs, his throat is also affected. Schwatt tells Spivak that he is doing everything possible to restore his health. While Schwatt says that it can take some time for Blauweis’ health to improve, he finishes the letter by stating his current condition is not serious.
Dates: 1910 October 29
Abstract Typed letter from H. Schwatt to C.D. Spivak asking him to advise the Admission and Dismission Committee about the extension for the following patients: Miss Winograd, Mrs. Zaretzky, Mr. Blauweis, Mr. Rosner, and Mr. Hurwitz. The patients are supposed to leave the sanatorium on May 1st, 1911. The letter is signed, “H. Schwatt Superintendent” at the bottom.
Dates: 1911 April 17
Abstract Handwritten letter from H. Schwatt to C.D. Spivak. Schwatt informs Spivak that after examining Isidor Epstein, he only shows slight infection in the left lung. His sputum also comes up negative with tuberculosis. Schwatt tells Spivak that he arrived at a positive conclusion regarding Epstein’s health after his examination.
Dates: 1910 September 14
Abstract Handwritten letter from H. Schwatt to C.D. Spivak. Schwatt informs Spivak that, like his previous examination, Isidor Epstein shows negative signs of being infected with tuberculosis. Schwatt tells Spivak that he can be considered free from tuberculosis.
Dates: 1910 November 12
Abstract Letter from H. Schwatt to C.D. Spivak. Schwatt tells Spivak the Schwartz is quite ill. Schwatt says that Schwartz has advanced lung trouble and is suffering from digestive disturbances. Schwatt confirms that Schwartz’s chances for recovery is slight.
Dates: 1911 October 27