Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society (U.S.)
Found in 148 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Certificate from a doctor at the Hartford Hospital recommending that Max Cohen obtains treatment for tuberculosis in Denver. The doctor tells JCRS that Cohen’s health has not improved and needs a change in climate.
Dates: 1907 April 27
Overview Excerpt of a letter written from A. Myers to C.D. Spivak. Myers wanted to include more information aside from her telegram. She clarifies that while she does not give preference to any applicant, she hopes that Spivak can admit Mrs. Manheimer to the sanatorium. She tells Spivak that other prominent members of the California community are interested in her case, such as Mr. Lichtenstein of San Francisco and Mr. Herzog of San Raphael, California. She informs Spivak that Rabbi Myers is looking...
Dates: 1911 January 12
Overview Excerpt of a letter from L. Bloch. The letter states that L. Bloch received Spivak’s last letters about the cases Bloch sent him. While Bloch is happy to hear they were all admitted, Bloch has another case for Spivak to consider. Bloch tells Spivak that she was going to send him to Denver two months ago, but the man changed his mind. Bloch tells Spivak that the man now wants to go to Denver, but he is very poor. The people that initially recommended the man as a case to Bloch wants Bloch to...
Dates: 1911 March 16
Overview Excerpt of a letter from L. Bloch. Bloch tells Spivak that the man she wrote to Spivak about two weeks ago is leaving for Denver tomorrow. Bloch asks Spivak to admit Bernstein and ensure that he is taken care of because it is a very important case. Bloch reminds Spivak that the party the recommended the case to Bloch can do a lot of good for JCRS.
Dates: 1911 April 4
Overview Excerpt of letter from Mrs. L. Bloch to C.D. Spivak. Mrs. Bloch tells Spivak that friends of J. Glazer asked her if Glazer was well enough to come home. Bloch did not know the answer and the friends were surprised that she did not have an answer for them. She told the friends that she would write to Spivak to find out the health condition of Glazer. Bloch asks Spivak if Glazer is strong enough to go back to work in New York.
Dates: 1911 December 20
Overview This item is one piece of paper that has two different excerpts of letters on it. The first letter was from M. Lipschitz to C.D. Spivak. Lipschitz informed Spivak that a man named D. Diamond was on his way to Denver from New York. Lipschitz stated that his society chose to pay for his travels and advised Diamond to call Spivak once he arrived in Denver. He also asked Spivak to recommend him to somebody for work and to help him with any medical treatment he needed. Lipschitz told Spivak that he...
Dates: 1910 October 8
Overview Handwritten letter from A. Goodman and J.I. Hambourger of the Gotthold Ephraim Lessing Lodge #37 I.O.B.A. to JCRS. The men inform JCRS that Mr. A. Breitenberg has been ordered from his physician to go to Denver to regain his health. The lodge notes that they are yearly subscribers to the JCRS institution and ask that they try their best for Breitenberg. They also let JCRS know that any help they can provide will be greatly appreciated by the lodge.
Dates: 1911 February 27
Overview Letter from A. Reichman to C.D. Spivak. The letter is handwritten in Yiddish.
Dates: 1910 March 7
Overview Typed letter from A.D. Achtenberg to C.D. Spivak. Achtenberg tells Spivak that it came to his attention that Mr. Housman was discharged from the sanatorium uncured from tuberculosis. Achtenberg asks Spivak how that could have happened because he has never know Spivak to discharge sick patients before. Achtenberg thanks Spivak for the fast reply.
Dates: 1911 July 26
Overview Handwritten letter from A.D. Achtenberg to P. Hillkowitz. Achtenberg introduces Jacob Housman and tells him that Housman has tuberculosis. Achtenberg tells Hillkowitz that it is the desire of the director of St. Joseph Hospital that Housman receives the best treatment from JCRS in Denver. Achtenberg tells Hillkowtiz that they will see it as a personal favor if Hillkowitz gave Housman’s case his attention for admission.
Dates: 1910 November 3