Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society (U.S.)
Found in 78 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Typed letter from C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado to Walter M. Orr in Weehawken, New Jersey informs that Spivak, as requested, has returned the money order sent by Miss Carolina Hasselberger [Caroline Hasselberg]. Spivak reminds that Orr promised to see to it that Caroline Hasselberg pays for the burial expenses of her late brother Felix Hasselberg and Spivak requests that Orr remain in touch regarding this matter. Letter is unsigned but "Secretary" is typed at the bottom.
Overview Typed letter from C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado to Mr. Walter M. Orr, Assistant Postmaster in Weehawken, New Jersey informs that Spivak has complied with Orr's request and has enclosed the money order #48906 remitted by Caroline Hasselberger [Caroline Hasselberg] made out to thename of her brother, Felix Hasselberg under the date of April 24th, 1909. Spivak informs that he has also enclosed the bill for funeral expenses amounting to $31.50 and requests that Hasselberg pay the bill. Letter is...
Overview Letter handwritten in blue ink from Mrs. Flora Berse in Plainfield, New Jersey to C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado, informing that she had received notice that her sister, Miss. Mary Luria had been taken into the sanatorium as a patient. Letter is signed, "Mrs. Flora Berse." A post script at the end of the letter inquires if C.D. Spivak is the same Spivak she had been in a choir with nearly twenty years previous.
Overview Handwritten letter in black ink from Flora Berse in Plainfield, New Jersey to C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado to express her appreciation for all Spivak is doing for her sister, Miss Luria. Flora Berse explains that she sang in many choruses for nearly twenty years where she remembers meeting a Mr. Spivak and inquires if he is the same Mr. Spivak. Letter is signed by Flora Berse.
Overview Handwritten letter in black ink on personal letterhead from H. Gross in Newark, New Jersey to C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado begins by reminding the recipient of the first time he and the sender met and how courteous C.D. Spivak was when showing him the Hospital. Letter states that when in Denver, the sender met a Miss Hrushka who has since, moved east, got married, and lost both husband and child and is now losing her health. Letter states that Mrs. Kokush has written to the recipient and...
Overview 2 pages handwritten letter from Isaac Klinghoffer to Dr. Spivak, stating they did not receive an answer about the adoption of Sam Stone's child, and if they don't receive one soon the child will have to be taken by the state. Letter is signed by Isaac Klinghoffer.
Overview Handwritten letter from Isaac Klinghoffer to Dr. Spivak, stating there is no Jewish Orphan Asylum, so the child will be turn over to the state. He asks Dr. Spivak to convince Sam Stone to sign the adoption papers. Letter is signed by Isaac Klinghoffer.
Overview Handwritten letter from Jacob D. Spiegel, Norma, N.J., to Dr. Charles Spivak, in which he asks for information about his wife, Jennie Spiegel. He also asks if Dr. Spivak thinks she will recover, and if it would hurt her to leave the west and move back to the East. Letter is signed by Jacob D. Spiegel.
Overview Handwritten letter in ink from Jacob D. Spiegel, New Jersey, to Dr. Charles Spivak, in which he asks the doctor if the climate of Albuquerque or Las Vegas would be good for Jennie Spiegel, his wife. Letter is signed by Jacob D. Spiegel.
Overview Typed letter from Moe Kutner to Jacob Schoen, stating a member of their lodge, Tony Friedman, had been in Denver for the alst two months and writing to them that the JCRS has no room for him. He also said it all depends on Rev. H. Masliansky, so they ask him to speak with the reverend. Letter is signed by Moe Kutner.