Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society (U.S.)
Found in 34 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Handwritten letter in ink on Fall River Lodge No. 355, O.B.A. letterhead from D. Lieberman in Fall River, Massachusetts, to Dr. C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado. Letter requests a death certificate from the Board of Health for Meyer Kessler, who died at the institution August 20th, a member of their lodge, as he has to send notice of his death to the Grand Lodge. Letter is signed D. Lieberman.
Overview Typed letter on Law Offices of Coughlin & Radovsky letterhead from David R. Radovksy in Fall River, Massachusetts, to Isidore Hurwitz Library in Edgewater, Colorado. Letter states that the widow of Meyer Kessler [Minnie Kessler], of Fall River, who died in the hospital a week ago last Thursday, has begged him to make them reply to a letter which was mailed to them regarding the death certificate of Meyer Kessler. That certificate is required for the insurance, which she desires to receive...
Overview Handwritten letter in ink from Dr. E. Harris in Fall River, Massachussetts, to C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado, about the regards of a bill that was sent to Morris Tonkonogy, Sam Tonkonogy's brother. A bill was sent to Morris for $50.00, but he knows his late brother was only at the instution for a short time. Morris and Harris are hoping that they bill can be reduced since Morris not only does not have the money, but that his brother was there for a short time, and the bill seems very high....
Overview Handwritten letter in ink from Jennie Bilsky in Fall River, Massachussetts, to C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado, thanking Spivak for sending a notificationt that her husband, Hyman Bilsky, has been admitted into the Sanatorium. Letter is signed in ink by "Mrs. J. Bilsky".
Overview Handwritten letter from Morris Tonkonogy in Fall River, Massachusetts, to C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado, that had $10.00 enclosed for the JCRS. Tonkonogy also writes about his brother, Sam Tonkonogy, who is possibly going to be discharged right before winter starts and is hoping that his stay at the Sanatorium can be extended. Letter is signed in ink "Morris Tonkonogy".
Overview Handwritten letter in ink from Morris Tonkonogy in Fall River, Massachusetts, to C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado, stating that his brother, Sam Tonkonogy, is a current patient at the Sanatorium and heard that he is doing well. Morris is wondering what is possible for him to do to make sure that his brother can stay as a patient in the Sanatorium for the winter, so that the travels back home would not make him ill. Morris also states that he wishes he could send more funds to the JCRS, but what...
Overview Handwritten two-page letter in ink from Mrs. M. Kessler in Fall River, Massachusetts, to Dr. C.D. Spivak. Mrs. Kessler states that she was glad to read the good news and expresses her thanks to him in words. She states that he can believe her, Dr., that before she received this letter, she could could not sleep nights, and thanks God now that he has hope that her husband might be well. She begs him a thanks and [times] to try for her husband and requests that he take pity on her and her three...
Overview Telegram from C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado, to Morris Tonkonogy in Fall River, Massachussetts, stating that his brother, Sam Tonkonogy, was buried today [Nov, 12, 1909] at 11 o'clock.
Overview Telegram from C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado, to Morris Tonkonogy in Fall River, Massachusetts, stating that the expenses for his brother, Sam Tonkonogy's, funeral is $55.00 and to wire money at once.
Overview Postal Telegraph Commerical Cables telegram from C.D. Spivak to Mrs. Minnie Kessler in Fall River, Massachusetts, stating that her husband, Meyer Kessler passed away this morning and requests that she wire burial instructions.