Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society (U.S.)
Found in 80 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Letter from N. Mosessohn to C.D. Spivak. Mosessohn enclosed a money order for $2.50 to pay for Mr. Nagler’s boarding in Denver before his admission to the sanatorium. Mosessohn asks Spivak to kindly pay Nagler’s debt for him. He also includes a postscript asking Spivak to tell him how Nagler is doing at the present time.
Overview Handwritten letter from N.P. Levin to C.D. Spivak informing him that an additional two dollars in cash was found in the clothing of Dave Yudelowitz.
Overview Typed letter from P. Hillkowitz to H. Cohen. Hillkowitz informs Cohen that the Polinsky case appears like “Banquo’s ghost” and will not let down. Hillkowitz explains that he enclosed Mr. Polinsky’s letter which mentions that Polinsky is trying to kick the legal fee. Hillkowitz asks Cohen to give him a suggestion as to how he should answer Mr. Polinsky. The letter finishes by saying, “With regards to Mr. Myers, I remain, yours very truly,” but there is no signature at the bottom of the letter.
Overview Handwritten letter from S. Schwartzberg to C.D. Spivak with a check enclosed for $19.45. Schwartzberg provides a summary of all of the money that has been given to JCRS for the cost of David Rubin's funeral expenses. He says that all of the money should total the initial $31.50 requested from Spivak. He also says that he would have written sooner, but was not aware of the correspondences sent to J. Fishman. He asks Spivak to send a receipt acknowledging he has received the full payment he...
Overview Typed letter from several National Directors from Rochester, New York to C.D. Spivak. The directors enclosed checks totaling $668.00 for a list of collections previously given to them. They stated that $40.00 was deducted for Harry Aaronson’s expenses when sent to Denver. The directors explain that because Aaronson’s collection appeared right when the collection of checks was being processed they had to make a separate collection for Aaronson’s expenses. The directors were also worried that the...
Overview Bank note that details the money order sent from Mrs. Gonda to C.D. Spivak for a total of $14.50.
Overview A note from C.D. Spivak that informs L. Russcal of a check made to him for one dollar. The check states the one dollar is for relief.
Overview Note from H. Schwatt telling Cohen that $3.00 was left by George Hoffman for express expenses.
Overview Note that states, "Turned over to Treasury $63.97 left after David Judelovitz."
Overview Handwritten note from C.D. Spivak detailing the belongings of Morris Goldstein who died on May 13, 1910. The items include express money orders for $22.00, cash for $3.76, a check for $3.00, and a watch. His patient number, 1393 is written in pencil at the top.