Name cited in JCRS patient #973 M. Buxbaum's patient record.
CitationFound in B002.01.0100.0104.00006
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Typed letter from C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado, to Max Stern Grand Master in New York City, New York, stating that Fannie Katz, who Stern wrote for, has been invited to admit into the JCRS Sanatorium. Letter is unsigned but "Secretary" is typed at the bottom.
Dates: 1908 September 1
Abstract Typed letter from C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado, to Mr. Max Stern in New York, New York. Letter informs him that at his request, the Admission and DIsmission Committee extended the stay of Mr. Elias Berger, a member of the Vereinigte Bruder Lodge #126 I.O.B.A., who is an inmate of the Sanatorium of the Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society since August 25th until January 1st, 1909. Letter is unsigned but "Secretary" is typed at the bottom.
Dates: 1908 November 27
Abstract Typed letter from H. Masliansky to C.D. Spivak. Masliansky tells Spivak that the ex-grand master of the I.O.B.A. lodge is in his office and asked him if JCRS could take an interest in Max Schaeffer’s case. Masliansky tells Spivak that Stern was surprised that he did not receive a response from Spivak because of the friendship that they have. Masliansky continues to say that Schaeffer is in Denver and does not receive any help from his family which is why the sanatorium must provide him with a...
Dates: 1911 November 9
Abstract Typed letter from JCRS to Mr. Max Stern, on July 8, 1907. The letter informs Mr. Stern that the Sanatorium is overcrowded with emergency cases from the past few weeks, however, JCRS has complied with Mr. Stern's request to furnish board and medical treatment to Mr. Jake Newman. The letter is not signed, but "Secretary" is typed at the bottom.
Dates: 1907 July 8
Abstract Typed letter from Max Stern to C.D. Spivak. Stern is the ex-grand master of the I.O.B.A lodge. He asks Spivak if he can place Max Schaeffer into the JCRS sanatorium as soon as possible. Stern tells Spivak that doctors claim Schaeffer can still be cured.
Dates: 1911 October 9
Abstract Typed letter from Max Stern Gran Master, in New York City, New York, to C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado, writing in concern that a Mrs. Fannie Katz has tuberculosis and that the only place to cure her is Denver, Colo. Stern is writing in behalf of Katz, hoping Spivak will admit her into the JCRS Sanatorium. Letter is signed in ink by "Max Stern".
Dates: 1908 August 16
Abstract Typed letter from Max Stern to Dr. C. D. Spivak, on July 2nd, 1907. The letter informs Dr. Spivak to please make room for Jake newman. The letter is signed Max Stern.
Dates: 1907 July 2
Abstract Typed letter on United States Grand Lodge, Independent Order Brith Abraham letterhead from Max Stern in New York, to Dr. C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado, stating that he has been informed that Eli Berger has received a notice to leave the Sanitarium. He takes the liberty to ask Spivak to do him a special favor and keep the man a month longer. Letter is signed Max Stern.
Dates: 1908 November 23
Abstract Typed letter in purple ink to "Dr. C. D. Spivak [JCRS]...Denver, Colo" from J. Schoen on a typed navy letterhead that states, "UNITED STATES GRAND LODGE INDEPENDENT ORDER BIRTH ABRAHAM 37 SEVENTH STREET NEW YORK" dated "July 17th, 1905" [sic]. The letter intorduces the "bearer of [the] letter Mayer Buchsbaum [Meyer Buxbaum]...the son of Simon Buchsbaum [Buxbaum]" to Dr. Spivak, stating that M. Buxbaum "is afflicted with consumption" and the family "is absolutely without any means whatsoever, ad...
Dates: 1905 July 17
Abstract Typed letter in blue ink to Dr. Spivak in "Denver, Colorado" from J. Schoen on a black letterhead that states, "UNITED STATES GRAND LODGE INDEPENDEND ORDER BRITH ABRAHAM 37 SEVENTH STREET NEW YORK" dated "April, 9th, 1906" [sic]. The letter states, "Meyer Buxbaum" of JCRS "has received notice to leave. Mr. Stern our Worthy Grand Master has aksed [asked] me to request you to keep him a little longer, and so you will be kind enough to do so" [sic]. The letter is signed in black ink J. Schoen.
Dates: 1906 April 09