Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society (U.S.)
Found in 59 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Business card of Wm. H. Withers Attorney at Law. From top left corner continuing clockwise " Bell Phone 2052 Atlanta Phone 2052, Wm. H. Withers, Attorney at Law, 318 Austell Building, Atlanta, Ga."
Overview Carbon copy of letter from C.D Spivak in Denver, Colorado to Mr. Henry Cohen in Atlanta, Georgia. Letter states that Mr. Fred W. Strube called inquiring about his father, Conrad Strube. Spivak states that JCRS has reference to a bank account in the Interstate Saving Bank amounting to $190.00 and that correspondence states that the matter has been turned over to Mr. Henry Cohen as per their reply from Mr. R.S Key. Spivak asks Cohen whether he has the bank book or any information in regards to...
Overview Typed legal document from Fulton County, Atlanta, Georgia, stating that Annie Strube is the lawful heir to Conrad Strube and that any remaining money belonging to him in Denver, Colorado shall be turned over to her. Letter is signed and sealed "Miss Annie Strube."
Overview Envelope by Benjamin Brodie, addressed to Dr. Charles Spivak.
Overview Handwritten envelope in ink, from Atlanta, Georgia. The envelope reads "Mr. C. Struber, 1421 Court Place, Denver Colorado, Jewish Consumptive Relief Society."
Overview Envelope that was sent to C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado, from Benj. M. Brodie in Atlanta, Georgia. The envelope states that the letter was sent on July 19, 1909, and arrived in Denver on July 22, 1909.
Overview Envelope that is addressed to C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado, from G.A. and F. Grocery Co. in Atlanta, Georgia. It is dated that on January 17, 1910 from Atlanta Georgia. On the front of the envelope on the left side, handwritten in pencil is illegilble note but dated "1/2/09."
Overview Hyman Weiner's second application for admittance to JCRS. It includes such information as age (45), place of birth (Russia), and occupation (shoe-dealer). He was married, had five children, who were his means of support, and his nearest relation was his wife, Rachel Weiner, in Atlanta, GA. He was a patient at the Sanatorium of the JCRS from December, 1908 to June, 1908. On the backside it is written that he he was admitted on May 22, 1911 and discharged on August 10, 1911.
Overview Handwritten letter in ink from Annie Strube in Atlanta, Georgia, to her father, Conrad Strube in Denver, Colorado. She asks how he is doing and updates him on family and friends. Letter is signed Annie Strube.
Overview Handwritten letter from Benjamin Brodie, secretary of the Kadisha Lodge, to Dr. Charles Spivak, informing him that enclosed is a letter from Samuel Dorf. Letter is signed and dated.