First appears in B002.01.0100.0012.00005
Found in 33 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Handwritten letter in black ink from Mrs. F. Vendig in Brooklyn, New York to C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado informs that she has enclosed with this letter insurance papers that she must trouble Spivak to fill out, one for Spivak's records, one for the undertaker, and one for anyone out in Colorado who knew Alex Vendig. Mrs. Vendig writes that she will consider it a great favor if Spivak can attend to these things and return a copy to her in an enclosed envelope. Letter is signed by Mrs. F....
Abstract Handwritten letter from Mrs. F. Vendig in Brooklyn, New York to C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado informs that enclosed with this letter is a money order for $38.00 to cover the cost of her Alex Vendig's burial, her late son. Informs that it should also cover the cost of procuring documents required as per Spivak's letter. Informs that she has lost the bill and so requests that the cemetery officials send her a duplicate. Mrs. Vendig writes that regarding the disposition of Alex Vendig's...
Dates: 1909 July 8
Abstract Handwritten letter from Mrs. F. Vendig in Brooklyn, New York to C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado informs that Mrs. F. Vendig has not heard from her son Alex Vendig since he has reached Denver. Informs that she is worried about Alex Vendig and asks if there might be any reason why he has not written. Informs that F. Vendig has received Spivak's letter informing her of Alex Vendig's admission to the JCRS Sanatorium. Letter is signed in black ink by Mrs. F. Vendig.
Abstract Typed letter from Samuel Dorf, Grand Master of the United States Grand Lodge of the Order Brith Abraham in New York City, New York to Dr. Chas. D. Spiwak [Charles Spivak] in Denver, Colorado informs that the bearer of this letter is Mr. Alex Vendig who is seeking treatment at the JCRS Sanatorium. Dorf informs that whatever Spivak can do will be highly appreciated. Letter is signed in black ink by Sam Dorf. Letter is typed on U.S. Grand Lodge O.B.A. letterhead.
Dates: 1909 May 25
Abstract Business card for Louis Lipschitz in Denver, Colorado directs recipient [archivist assumes recipient is Alex Vendig] to apply to Dr. Spivak, secretary of JCRS as soon as they arrive in Denver. Informs that he must be provided with funds for at least 6 weeks to pay for your board until he is admitted to the Sanatorium. Business card is signed by L. Lipschitz.
Dates: 1909 May 18
Abstract Typed note dated November 11, 1909 that reads "As per letter of Mrs. A. Vendig [archivist infers this is Mrs. F. Vendig] of Oct. 21/09 $3.84 left by her deceased son, we were authorized by her to turn over this amount to the treasury of the J.C.R.S." Note is unsigned but at the bottom is a handwritten note in pencil that reads "922 Hancock, [illegible]."
Dates: 1909 November 11
Abstract Handwritten postcard in black ink from S.S. Garson in Denver, Colorado to C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado informs that he is writing about Alex Vendig, who has applied for admission to the JCRS Sanatorium. Garson informs Spivak that Vendig is in awful condition and has had trouble swallowing since he arrived in Denver a week ago and that he is now so bad that he cannot swallow at all. Garson informs that he has called Vendig's case to the attention of Mr. Disraelly and expresses hope that a...
Dates: 1909 June 10
Abstract Receipt from the United States Postal Service filled out in pen reads "Received for registration Oct 22 1909 from Miss J. Morris 1421 Court Place, addressed to Fannie Vendig, Brooklyn NY, 4 class postage prepaid." Letter/Parcel number is typed and reads "38106."
Dates: 1909 October 22
Abstract Receipt filled out in pen from the Rose Hill Cemetery in Denver, Colorado, to JCRS in Denver, Colorado regarding the expenses of the burial of Alex Vendig and states that he was burried in block 103 no. 9. The costs for the burial include hearse $3.00, digging $3.00, for coffin undertaker $5.50, Bal Misaskim $2.00, Tachrichem $3.00, grave $15.00, for a total cost of $31.50. At the bottom of the receipt is a note in pen that reads "Paid in full B. [illegible] sec." Below that is another note...
Dates: 1909 August 17
Abstract Receipt filled out in pencil from the Rose Hill Cemetery in Denver, Colorado, to JCRS in Denver, Colorado regarding the expenses of the burial of Alex Vendig. The costs for the burial include hearse $3.00, grave $15.00, digging $3.00, for coffin undertaker $5.50, Bal Misaskim $2.00, Tachrichem $3.00, for a total cost of $31.50.
Dates: 1909 June 29