Found in 32 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Two-page, handwritten letter from Harold S. Bloomberg to Mr. A.D. Diamond and dated Sept. 9, 1907. Requests Dr. Diamond use his connections to help Mr. Leon Schwartzman who is suffering from tuberculosis. Mr. Bloomberg states for the past five months, the community has been helping Leon Schwartzman, but now have been drained and Mr. Leon Schwartzman has left for Colorado because of the state of his health. Letter is signed, Haroldd S. Bloomberg. There is an additional signature written in...
Dates: 1907 September 9
Overview Two-page typed letter from Harold S. Bloomberg to Mr. Diamond and dated Jan. 17, 1908. Letter states, from a previous letter, Harold S. Bloomberg and Leon Schwartzman's wife and community have learned of his death. States, Leon Schwartzman's family was known to be destitute for years and there isn't a business left behind for his wife and children. A fund of $20.00 was raised in the community and Mr. Bloomberg wishes to know if it should be left to the widow or sent to cover burial expenses....
Dates: 1908 January 17
Overview Two-page handwritten letter from Harold S. Bloomberg to Mr. A.D. Diamond and Denver, Col., dated Oct. 12, 1907. Letter is somewhat illegible. What is made out, thanks Mr. Diamond for what has been done for Mr. (Leon) Schwartzman and asks, "If you will mail some literature and application blanks to Mr. J.H. Jonessoff." Letter is signed, Harold S. Bloomberg.
Dates: 1907 October 12
Overview Typed letter from J.H. Jonessoff, dated Feb. 6, 1908, to A.D. Diamond. Requests to know the amount of burrial expenses, but if none, money will go to the widow and two babies of Mr. Leon A. Schwartzman. Letter is signed, J.H. Jonessoff.
Dates: 1908 February 6
Overview Handwritten letter from Joe Solomonsky to an unknown recipient and dated Sept. 17, 1907. Letter is written to certify and recommend Leon A. Schwartzman for hospital care and that he is the son of A. Schwartzman and is a member of good standing. Letter is signed, "Joe Solomonsky."
Dates: 1907 September 17
Overview Handwritten letter from M.A. Saly to Dr. C.D. Spivak and dated Jan. 23, 1908. States M.A. Saly recieved $15.00 check for Leon A. Schwartzman's burial expenses. Letter is signed, "M.A. Saly."
Dates: 1908 January 23
Overview Handwritten letter from M.A. Saly to Dr. C.D. Spivak and dated Dec. 6, 1907. Letter head is from M.A. Saly's Loan Office and states a bill is enclosed for funeral expenses for Leon Schwartzman. $13.50 is for the undertaker and this is a different amount than usual, as a doctor at the JCRS, gave body to another undertaker. Letter is signed, M.A. Saly.
Dates: 1907 December 6
Overview Handwritten letter from Mr. A. Schwartzman to Dr. C.D. Spivak and dated Nov. 10, 1907. Letter is written on letter head stating: A. Schwartzman, Merchant Tailor, 604 Church Street 604. Letter is mostly illegible, but what can be made out states A. Schwartzman has been made aware by doctors at the JCRS that his son is, "very bad off" and he wishes from Dr. Spivak to have an answer by "return mail." Letter is signed, A. Schwartzman. Two entries written later, in pencil, state: "Phone to hospital...
Dates: 1907 November 10
Overview Handwritten letter from WM. A. Green to The Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society Gentlemen and dated May 6, 1908. Mr. Green requests an offical document stating he will not be responsible for Leon A. Schwartzman's burial expenses, but has possession of $100 intended for Mr. Schwartzman. If JCRS does not need it, it will be given to Mr. Schwartzman's widow. Letter is signed, WM. A. Green.
Dates: 1908 May 6
Overview Handwritten letter to Dr. C.D. Spivak from an unknown author and dated Dec. 3, 1907. Letter states the belongings of the deceased, Leon Schwartzman: $10.40 cash, watch, 2 trunks full of clothings and underwear. Additionally, states a donation was recieved from Mrs. E. Campbell 2864 Lake containing: [1 not legible item], 5 female night gowns, 9 pairs of underwear, 5 shirts, 6 pairs of socks, 2 hats, 1 pair of pants, 1 pair of shoes, 4 skirts, 4 wrappers. Letter is signed, but signature is...
Dates: 1907 December 3