Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society (U.S.)
Found in 671 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Undated anonymous handwritten note scribed in ink. The note reads, "Phoned Dr. Fish to have Kasriel make all arrangements for leaving" [sic]. The note was found in JCRS patient #972 R. Kasriel's record.
Overview Typed note in blue ink that reads, "APPLICATION #959...SEE APPLICATION #1058" [sic]. The note is not signed.
Overview Typed letter "To Whom It May Concern" regarding M. Seldich dated "May 22, 1909" [sic]. The letter reads, "Mr. Moe Seldich is known to me for some time as a very deserving young man, who on account of his health came to Denver. He has improved remarkably...and is able to do light work. I consider his case to be...an 'arrested case'" [sic]. The letter is not signed.
Overview Typed anonymous letter with an underlined title: "MR. LONDON." The note reads, "Mrs. Kolinsky recommended Mr. London. She place him in a room. At the present time he has feverand is spitting blood" [sic]. The letter is not signed.
Overview Handwritten letter in pen from J.B. Fish in Edgewater, Colorado to C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado about Benjamin Janowitz's physcial examination.
Overview Blank note with Rabbi N. B. Sandelowitz letterhead. 2787 W. 14 Ave.
Overview Business Card from E. Disraelly: Watchmaker, Jeweler, and Optician. On the verso of the card there is a handwritten list of prices for various items. The total amounts to $14.50.
Overview Central Jewish Aid Society notecard in ink which reads "Bernthal, Jacob, M., 32, Violin Teacher, Applied for relief- Jan. 11, 1916, Form of relief-financial, Amount expended- Supplementary pension, case $10.-per month, Last heard from- 12-30-18, Latest address-14th Arapahoe (Hotel."
Overview Small contract that states Sam Schmittmeyer promises to pay $3.00 to C.D. Spivak within thirty days. Schmittmeyer signed the contract. There is also a note that states Schmittmeyer is supposed to work at Thompson’s Grocery on February 29th, 1910.
Overview Typed Copy of a Bill from Whitehead and Meyer, the originals were given to Henry Cohen. Deceased Charles Sodefsky was sent to be buried in Hartford, Connecticut for the price of $161.20. At the bottom of the page, it reads "The Jewish Consumptives Relief Society for board and lodging from Feb. 27th to Mr. 20th at 2.00 per day, $44.00." These copies are not signed.