Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society (U.S.)
Found in 94 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Envelope handwritten on in ink, with a return stamp that reads "After five days return to Sanitarium, Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society, Edgewater, Colorado". Handwritten in ink it reads, "Mr Hyman Pozner, Died Oct. 7th 08, H 4.95 focus 95/100, one gold watch and chain, one worked knife". Handwritten in pencil at the top right corner is circled "4.95 cash". Underneath handwritten in pencil it reads, "Handwriting of Dr. Geliene".
Overview Envelope from Sanatorium, Jewish Consumptives Relief Society, Edgewater, Colorado stationary. Handwritten in pencil reads "Abe Goldamn, $23.25, 2 rings, 1 fountain pen". $23.25 Cash is circled.
Overview Envelope handwritten in ink, addressed to C. D. Spivak - Sec'y, JCRS Denver, Colorado, from E. Harris M.D. in Fall River, Mass. Sent on November 11, 1909.
Overview Handwritten evelope in black ink from F. Berse, 513 W 3rd St., Plainfield, New Jersey. The envelope reads "Dr. C. D. Spivak, 1421 Court Place, Denver, Colo."
Overview Handwritten envelope in ink that reads "Mr. S. Becker, money $1.83, 2 cuff buttons, trunk key". Top left corner in printed ink states "After five days return to, Sanitarium, Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society, Edgewater, Colorado". "Jewish" and half of the word "Consumptives" has been ripped off, as well as half of the word "Edgewater". On the front middle section of the envelope, written in pencil added at a later date reads "$1.85 Cash".
Overview Envelope is addressed to C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado, from A.A. Cohen, District Manager, Colonial Trust Building, Reading, PA. The envelope is decorated with a photo and reads "Reading, Penna. The city varied industries superior commercial, educational, and residential advantages". On the back of the envelope is stamp that reads "Denver, Colo. Mar 1 4 PM 1909".
Overview Envelope handwritten in ink addressed to Mr. Milton Schayer at the Midlan Savings and Loan Co. in Denver, Colorado, from Joseph Stein in Denver, Colorado. Handwritten in ink, added on a later date, reads "Mr. Schayer, Check of Mrs. Joseph Stein, Request to say Kaddish, $10.00" dated November 6, 1919.
Overview Envelope from Dr. Spivak to S. Horwitz. It has a stamp saying "return to sender, cannot be found. September 29, 1910."
Overview Envelope addressed to JCRS Sanatorium. It also reads "After 5 days return to Oilton Junk Company Box 145, Oilton, Okalhoma."
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."