Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society (U.S.)
Found in 80 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Handwritten note from JCRS detailing the $18.50 in cash that David Slotnick left behind after his death on July 19th, 1910.
Overview Handwritten note from a staff member at JCRS for Frank Schneiderman’s case file. The note states that Schneiderman filled out an application on October 29th and was admitted to the sanatorium on November 5th. The note also states that Schneiderman claimed he had fifteen cents to his name, but the letter from Joseph Klein states that Schneiderman had $65.00. The note continues to say that Schneiderman’s boarding bill from Garson is attached to the note and to return the application to...
Overview Typed note from C.D. Spivak regarding Glazer’s case. Spivak notes that Mr. Glazer has been waiting for admission for several weeks and has not been admitted yet. In the meantime, Glazer bought a horse and buggy to engage in peddling so that he could make some more money, however, he has become too sick to work as a peddler. JCRS has decided to give Glazer $3.00 a week to support his boarding until he is admitted.
Overview Handwritten prescription note from C.D. Spivak to G. Yarros. Spivak instructs Yarros to give Schwartz a check for $2.00 to pay for his boarding. Spivak informs Yarros that Schwartz has been held up by the proprietor and she refuses to help Schwartz.
Overview Receipt from C.D. Spivak that mentions a check JCRS received. The check represents partial payment of funeral expenses for David Slotnick.
Overview Receipt from the Ladies Shroud Society for a total of $16.50. The money comes from Ed Grimes and is meant to cover funeral expenses from David Rubin.
Overview Telegram from C.D. Spivak to Abraham Goodman informing him that it will cost $120.00 to ship Jennie Goodman's body to Chicago. Spivak asks him to wire further instructions.
Overview Telegraph from C.D. Spivak to Jake Schkolnick. Spivak regrets to inform Jake that his brother, Adolph Schkolnick passed away. Spivak tells Jake that the cost of shipping the body to New York would be $157.00 and the cost of the burial in Denver would be $32.00. Spivak tells Jake that if he does not hear from him within twenty-four hours Adolph would be buried in Denver. He also instructs Jake to send the money my wire transfer.
Overview Telegraph from J. Schkolnick to C.D. Spivak. Schkolnick instructs Spivak to not ship his brother’s body to New York and tells him to bury his brother in Denver. Schkolnick also tells Spivak that he will wire the correct amount of money.
Overview Telegraph from the Jewish Aid Society to C.D. Spivak. They said that they will be responsible for the expense to ship Jennie Goodman's body to Chicago. They also said that they will refer Spivak to Alfred Muller or Dr. Collins of the National Hospital. They then requested that Spivak continues to wire them, rather than Abraham Goodman.