Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society (U.S.)
Found in 17557 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Typed note with JCRS headletter, on Jan. 29, 1909. The note informs the recipient that Mr. A. Becker's file has been changed from "regular" to "emergency case". This is for statistical reasons. The note is not signed.
Dates: 1909 January 29
Overview Handwritten letter from JCRS noting that Dave Yudelowitz was a patient at JCRS in the past. The note states that he is now peddling newspapers and fruit in Denver to support himself, but he is very sick. Yudelowitz also claimed that Jewish Charities of Detroit can supply Spivak with additional information.
Dates: 1910 April 15
Overview Handwritten note from a staff member at JCRS. The note states that when Mr. Bozner made his application he told Mr. Troup that if he was not admitted within two weeks he would commit suicide. The note also says that Bozner gave them a letter of introduction from Dr. Robitshek.
Dates: 1910 April
Overview Handwritten note regarding Mrs. Jennie Goldberg’s personal belongings. The beginning of the note states Mrs. Brilliant and her address. Spivak mentions that Brilliant phoned to tell him that Goldberg sent her a letter saying that she sent her belongings to her and wishes Brilliant to let her know at the sanatorium when she received the goods. There is a separate section of the note with an update. The update reads that Brilliant received no goods from Goldberg and she does not know anything of...
Dates: 1910 May 19
Overview Handwritten note from JCRS detailing the $18.50 in cash that David Slotnick left behind after his death on July 19th, 1910.
Dates: 1910 September 2
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...
Dates: 1907 November 12
Overview Typed note from JCRS regarding F. Schneiderman’s case. The note states that Schneiderman was an applicant at N.J.H. but he was rejected because he was too sick. The note also states that when he was asked for two signatures to sign his JCRS application he did not know anyone that could do that for him, but he did bring a telegram to serve as a recommendation. There is also a note written in pencil that states that JCRS is paying $3.00 a week for the support of Schneiderman’s family. There is...
Dates: 1910 May 24
Overview Typed letter written by JCRS and dated January 29, 1909. This note state that, at the request of Dr. J.B. Fish, the application of Joseph Braverman, patient number 556, was changed from "regular" to "emergency." The letter goes on to state that all those who die during their first month at the Sanatorium should be considered emergency cases because otherwise the statistical tables will be incorrect.
Dates: 1909 January 29
Overview Handwritten note from M. A. Saly, on May 17, 1907. The note includes information about receiving $5.60 from JCRS to apply to the funeral of the Samuel Cohen. The note is signed M. A. Saly.
Dates: 1907 May 17
Overview Typed note that informs receipt of $2.13 from Dr. C.D. Spivak of JCRS after the deceased David Gordon to be applied on account of funeral expenses. Note is signed in black ink By Mrs. M. Amter, Secretary of the Ladies Shroud Society.
Dates: 1909 October 27