Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society (U.S.)
Found in 8143 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Copy of typed letter from C.D Spivak in Denver, Colorado, to the National Directors of the Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society in Rochester, New York, stating the success of Oscar Ginsberg's stay at the Sanitorium. Letter states that an examination has concluded that he should be discharged, however, because of the expressed interest from the National Directors his stay will be extended from November 16th to January 1st, 1909. Letter is unsigned but "Secretary" is typed at the bottom.
Dates: 1908 November 20
Overview Copy of a letter sent from Dave Kirstein to Dr. H. Schwatt. Kirstein is letting Schwatt know that he arrived home safely. He tells Schwatt that he is feeling very good at the present time. He also informs Schwatt that the weather is very hot in Alabama, but the nights are a little cooler. He also tells him that he found his family all doing well. He hopes Schwatt is feeling good and hopes to hear from him soon. The letter is signed, "Yours truly, (Dave Kirstein)" at the bottom.
Dates: 1910 September 1
Overview Copy of typed letter on Hampden Shoe Company letterhead from Eli Cohen in Springfield, Massachusetts to Dr. Spivak in Denver, Colorado, introducing Max Goldstein of New Haven, Connecticut, who is much in need of medical assistance. Letter states hope that Dr. Spivak will try to take him in and do the best he can for him as Mr. Goldstein is a personal friend, so anything that can be done for him will be appreciated. Letter is signed Eli Cohen.
Dates: 1908 May 30
Overview Copy of letter from G.A. Kass and wife in Richmond, Virginia to Dr. H. Schwatt in Denver, Colorado informs that Kass's son, Eugene, is an inmate of the JCRS Sanatorium and his son has on several occasions written to say how kind Dr. H. Schwatt has been. G.A. Kass writes to express his most sincere thanks, as his son is everything to his family and friends. Informs that his wife, Eugene's mother, has been sick in the hospital with Typhoid fever and soon after Eugene took sick. Kass writes that...
Dates: 1910 September 5
Overview Copy of a letter is an excerpt from Mr. H. Masliansky in New York, New York to C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado and informs that Jacob Silverstein and "Louis Levett" [Louis Levitt] have left for Denver, Colorado and will file applications for admission to the Sanatorium once they arrive. Masliansky writes that the men are prepared for a six week stay in Denver and that he trusts Spivak will do all he can to have them admitted before that time is up. Letter is unsigned.
Dates: 1910 August 1
Overview Copy of letter from Herman Schwatt to Dr. Spivak, to inform Mas Raskin is in good condition having gained considerably in weight and should be discharged June 1, 1911.
Dates: 1911 April 14
Overview Copy of a typed letter from H. Schwatt in Edgewater, Colorado to C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado informs that Schwatt requests Spivak advise the Admission and Dismission Committee that the following patients, who are due to be dishcarged May 1, 1911, are recommended for an extension: Miss Winograd, Mrs. Zaretzky [Rose Zeretzky], Mr. Blauweiss [Sam Blauweis], Mr. Rosner, Mr. Hurwitz. Copy of letter is not signed but at the bottom "(signed) H. Schwatt, Superintendent" is typed.
Dates: 1911 April 17
Overview Copy of letter from Dr. Schwatt to Dr. Spivak, saying that Mr. Wang states he loaned $2 dollars to David Steinberg before he passed away, and that he wants his money back. Bellow it the answer from Dr. Spivak on October 18, 1911, asking if Mr. Wang has any proof that he loaned the money.
Dates: 1911 October 11
Overview Copy of letter from H. Schwatt in Edgewater, Colorado to Sam Lockman in Cleveland, Ohio informs that Dr. Spivak requests Schwatt answer Lockman's inquiry about his wife Ethel Lockman. Informs that Ethel Lockman has not improved since she entered the Sanatorium even though the doctors have done everything possible to help her. Informs that perhaps Colorado climate is too high for her and perhaps she would feel better if she returns to Cleveland. Schwatt informs that the Sanatorium will continue...
Overview Typed copy of letter from Isaac Saltpeter to Dr. Charles Spivak, in which he thanks him for admitting David Saltpeter in the sanatorium and hopes to hear he's improving. It reads the letter enclosed check for $200.
Dates: 1910 August 22