Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society (U.S.)
Found in 38 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Handwritten letter from I. J. Wolf to JCRS, recommending him to the sanatorium. Letter is signed by I. J. Wolf.
Dates: 1911 March 24
Overview Typed letter with Jewish Educational Institute letterhead from Jacob Billikopf to Dr. Spivak, asking if they discharged David Sutton because they deemed it would be better for him to go to a warmer climate. Letter is signed by Jacob Billikopf.
Dates: 1914 January 8
Overview Typed letter from J. Billikopf to C.D. Spivak. Billikopf tells Spivak that Abe Billen has been walking around with his letter from JCRS and begging business men for help, but has refused any light employment. Billikopf wanted to make Spivak aware of the fact that Billen may walk around with the letter forever, using it unfairly to show he is a victim of tuberculosis. Billikopf advises Spivak to be careful when giving out letters such as the one Billen has.
Dates: 1911 January 24
Overview Typed letter with Jewish Educational Institute letterhead from Jacob Billikopf to Dr. Spivak, asking information about Mary Cohen. Letter is unsigned but "JB" is typed at the bottom.
Dates: 1911 October 17
Overview Typed letter from Jacob Billikopf in Kansas City, Missouri to Dr. Spiwak [C.D. Spivak] in Denver, Colorado informs that the week before, Joseph Klein applied to Billikopf's institute for assistnace claiming to be an inmate of the JCRS Sanatorium for over a year and that he was sent to Billikopf personally by Spivak. Billikopf asks Spivak to give the facts of the case as he has serious doubts as to the truth of Klein's story. Informs that he does not believe that JCRS would send anyone with a...
Dates: 1910 November 21
Overview Handwritten note that reads "Mr. L. J. Cohen 46 - No. 2nd KC Mo." It's undated and unsigned.
Overview Handwritten photographic postcard in ink of 93-Hyde Park Christian Curch, Westport Ave. & Main St., Kansas City, Mo. from Mrs. Sara Cohen to Jewish Consumption Relief Society in Denver, Colorado, asking if Molly Cohen is there and if not, if they know of her whereabouts, as she would like to know because she is her mother. Letter is signed Mrs. Sara Cohen.
Dates: 1908 June 22
Item — Object: B002.16.0382
Overview "Tree of Life" painting representing the Kansas City Auxilliary chapter. Tree trunk has the Rabenowitz family, leaves on the tree and the ground also contain donor names.