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Bloomberg, Harold S.

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Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:

Letter from C.D. Spivak to Harold S. Bloomberg, 1907 October 19

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Identifier: B002.01.0099.0011.00022
Overview Typed letter from Dr. C.D. Spivak to Mr. Harold S. Bloomberg and dated Oct. 19, 1907. Letter states a favor from Mr. Bloomberg from the 12th was duly received and tells him that Leon Schwartzman has somewhat improved, but is still a very sick man. Assures Mr. Bloomberg that Leon Schwartzman is receiving the same quality care as a sanatorium that charges $40 - $60 per week. Letter is not signed, but "Yours sincerely" is typed at the bottom (which is assumed to be Dr. Spivak).
Dates: 1907 October 19

Letter from C.D. Spivak to Harold S. Bloomberg, 1907 September 27

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Identifier: B002.01.0099.0011.00024
Overview Two-page, typed letter from Dr. C.D. Spivak to Mr. Harold Bloomberg and dated Sept. 27, 1907. Letter states Leon A. Schwartzman was admitted at once becuase of his weak case and to please Dr. Spivak's friends in Richmond, Virginia. Adds he had dinner with Mr. Milton Bloomberg, who was on his way to San Francisco, and Mr. Milton Bloomberg was impressed with the Sanatorium and has become a "worker for our cause in his locality in North Carolina." Letter is not signed, but "Yours sincerely" is...
Dates: 1907 September 27

Letter from C.D. Spivak to Harold S. Bloomberg, 1908 January 22

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Identifier: B002.01.0099.0011.00011
Overview Two-page typed letter from Dr. C.D. Spivak to Mr. Harold S. Bloomberg and dated Jan 22 1908. Letter states, JCRS does not have funds for "defraying the expenses of burying our dead." If family of deceased patients cannot pay the $32.60 expenses for burial, expenses are covered by a society of Jewish women in Denver and an orthodox cemetery. In these cases, patients are considered "charity,- in short, a pauper". Family wishing to remove the stigma of this title must pay the burial expenses....
Dates: 1908 January 22

Letter from C.D. Spivak to Harold S. Bloomberg, 1908 January 11

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Identifier: B002.01.0099.0011.00014
Overview Typed two-page letter from Dr. C.D. Spivak to Harold S. Bloomberg and dated Jan. 11, 1908. Letter contains typed information and a typed bill for burial expenses. Says, a bill was sent to Leon Schwartzman's father, but nothing has been sent back, $15.40 was applied to burial expenses, as this was found on the deceased. Wishes the family of the deceased will make an effort to pay for the burial expenses and deceased will not be known as a pauper. Hopes the widow will pay for it, as Leon...
Dates: 1908 January 11

Letter from Harold S. Bloomberg to A. D. Diamond, 1907 September 9

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Identifier: B002.01.0099.0011.00030
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

Letter from Harold S. Bloomberg to Mr. Diamond, 1907 October 12

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Identifier: B002.01.0099.0011.00023
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

Letter from Harold S. Bloomberg to Mr. Diamond, 1908 January 17

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Identifier: B002.01.0099.0011.00012
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