Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society (U.S.)
Found in 53 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Handwritten letter to Doctor Spivaik [Spivak] from H. Abramowitz "17 Hutchison St. Montreal" dated "Dec. 2, 1908" [sic]. Abramowitz informs Dr. Spivak of two ill patients in Montreal, which he hopes can be accepted into JCRS. The letter is signed H. Abramowitz.
Dates: 1908 December 02
Abstract Handwritten letter to Doctor Spivack [Spivak] from H. Abramowitz "17 Hutchison St. Montreal" dated "Dec. 10, 1908" [sic]. Abramowitz informs Dr. Spivak that Mrs. Madvinsky will be moving to Denver and it would be a chartiy if Dr. Spivak could organize someone to meet Mrs. Madvinsky at the station and see to it that she will be properly lodged in reasonable distance from the Sanatorium. Signed H. Abramowitz.
Dates: 1908 December 10
Abstract Typed letter to "Dr. C. D. Spivak, 1328 Court Place, Denver, Col." from H. Feigleson on letterhead that states "Hebrew Sick Benefit Association of Montreal" dated "November 8 1908" [sic]. The letter states that Mrs. Midvinsky [Mrs. Madvinsky] has been ordered by her physician to leave Montreal for Colorado based on her tuberculosis, and asks if Dr. Spivak will help Mrs. Madvinsky. The letter is signed H. Fiegleson.
Dates: 1908 November 8
Abstract Handwritten letter to Dr. Spivak from J. Madvinsky "102 St. Norbert St., Montreal" dated "Mar. 13th/10" [sic]. Mr. Madvinsky is wondering about the details of Mrs. Madvinsky's illness and whether his wife is healthy enough to come back to Montreal, or if he should come out to Denver to be with her. The note is signed Jacob Midvinsky [Madvinsky].
Dates: 1910 March 13
Abstract Letter to "Dr. C. D. Spivak, Denver, Col." from J. Madvinsky from Montreal dated "May 13th/09" [sic]. Mr. Madvinsky tells Dr. Spivak that he has been out of work for 10 months, that he has no money to send his wife, but that he may soon be able to make a better arrangement. The letter is signed J. Midvinsky.
Dates: 1909 May 13
Abstract Handwritten letter to Dr. C. H. Spivack [C. D. Spivak] from "J. Medvinsky [Madvinsky] 102 St. Norbert St. Montreal P.O." dated March 31, 1910 [sic]. In the letter Mr. Madvinsky asks three questions to Dr. Spivak, which are all related to his wife and whether she will stay in Denver or if she has healed enough to come back to Montreal. Mr. Madvinsky states, "Should I fail to hear your respond [response], I than [then] will be compelled to leave it, or rather "leave her" to your mercey [sic]. The...
Dates: 1910 March 31
Abstract Handwritten letter to Dr. Spivak from "Mr. J. Midvinski [Madvinsky] 32 St. Chas Barromee Str Montreal Canada" dated "April 22nd 1909" [sic]. Mr. Madvinsky asks Dr. Spivak about S. Madvinsky's well-being. The letter is signed Mr. J. Midvinski [Madvinsky].
Dates: 1909 April 22
Abstract Typed letter to Dr. Spivak from N. Gordon on letterhead that states "NATHAN GORDON RABBI TEMPLE EMANU-EL Lecturer, Department Oriental Languages McGill Universtiy 68 STANLEY STREET MONTREAL" dated April 27, 1910 [sic]. Mr. Gordon shows concern for Mrs. Madvinsky, asking JCRS to keep her a few days after her official discharge date from the Sanatorium because "her husband [Mr. Madvinsky] is leaving this city [Montreal] for Denver within a couple of days" [sic]. The letter is signed in blue ink...
Dates: 1910 April 27
Abstract Handwritten letter to "Dr. C. D. Spivak, Sec. J.C.R.S. Denver:-" from Nathan Gordon on letterhead that states "68 Stanley St. Montreal." dated "Dec. 21, 1908" [sic]. N. Gordon is appealing to the case of Mrs. Madvinsky in the letter, saying that it would be much appreciated if Mrs. Madvinsky could stay at JCRS. Signed Nathan Gordon.
Dates: 1908 December 21
Abstract Typed letter to "C. D. Spivak, Esq., M. D." from the Baron de Hirsch Institute on letterhead that states, "Baron de Hirsch Institute and Hebrew Benevolent Society 410 Bleury Street, Montreal," dated "Dec. 17th, 1909" [sic]. The Hirsch Institue asks on the behalf of Mr. S. Medvinsky [Mr. J. Madvinsky] and Rev. Dr. H. Abramavitz [Abramowitz] whether Mrs. Madvinsky can receive another extention to her stay in the Sanatorium. Although JCRS has already allowed an extention for Mrs. Madvinsky's stay...
Dates: 1909 December 17