Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society (U.S.)
Found in 221 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Typed telegram to JCRS in Denver from A. Appel in Brooklyn with heading that states, "POSTAL TELEGRAPH COMMERCIAL CABLES CLARENCE H. MACKAY" dated October 31st, 1908. The telegram states, "Please bury body of Isador [sic] Appel according to Jewish laws." The telegram is not signed but Anna Appel is typed at the bottom.
Overview JCRS Application filled out by hand in ink for Benj. Saritsky. Information on the form includes his age, birth place, occupation, residence, marital status, children's ages, nearest relatives, and includes a signature in Yiddish. At the bottom of the page is a section entitled "Recommendation," which is left blank except for a note that reads "Letter from H. Masliansky." The back of the form has a section called "Report of Medical Examiner" which states that the examination took place on August...
Overview Bill from Postal Telegraph Cable Co. addressed to C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado dated to February 6 1910. The bill is for a telegram from February 5th 1910 to Annie Nissman in Brooklyn, New York that was not paid at destination. The bill gives the reason that "party unknown at [illegible] address. Bill requests that Spivak "please pay the amount, $90.00 to the bearer and oblige." It is signed but the signature is illegible.
Overview Copy of typed letter on The Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society letterhead from C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado, to Mrs. Fanny Wernyck in Brooklyn, New York, informing her that they have this day written a letter to her husband, Mr. Hyman Wernyck, inviting him to come to the Sanatorium of the Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society, where everything will be done to make him as comfortable as possible. Letter states hope that his stay will be beneficial to his health and is unsigned but "Secretary"...
Overview Copy of a typed letter to H. Nishman in Brooklyn N.Y. from S. Pisko dated Sept. 11, 1930. The letter notifies Nishman that his letter was forwarded to Pisko from the Colorado General Hospital, informing him that there is no "State Sanitarium for Tuberculosis" [sic]. The letter goes on to give some history on J. Bilovsky's life and his residence at two different hospitals including the JCRS. Ulitmately, Pisko believes Nishman will be able to rightly identify "the uncle to whom you refer in your...
Overview Business card for D. Lenchik "high grade pianos and fire proof safes" in Brooklyn, New York. On the back of the business card is a handwritten note that reads "David Lenchik, 162 Glenmore Ave, Brooklyn, N.Y."
Overview Handwritten duplicate of a bill in pencil from S. S. Garson in Denver, Colorado, to C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado, for "1 week and 5 days board and room at $5.50 per week" for a patient from Brooklyn, New York, Max Lander. The total amount is $9.45.
Overview Envelope addressed from The Jewish Consumptives Relief Society in Denver, Colorado, to Mrs. Fanny Wernyck in Brooklyn, New York.
Overview Envelope with handwritten address in black ink which reads "Mrs. F. Vendig, 922 Hancock St., Brooklyn N.Y."
Overview Typed envelope with United States two cents embossed stamp. The envelope is address to "The Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society, 1421 Court Place, Denver, Colorado" from "Department of Health City of New York, 38 Clinton Street, Borough of Brooklyn." A postal stamp in black ink on the front middle of the envelope reads "Brooklyn, N.Y. 1909, Dec 21 8pm."