JCRS Patient #953. Admitted to JCRS January 8th, 1909; discharged on July 5th, 1909.
CitationFound in B002.01.0100.0092.00001
Found in 29 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Copy of typed letter to Dr. Spivak in Denver, CO from J. Barondess dated August 5th, 1909. The letter introuduces H. Schwartz to Dr. Spivak; and, includes two letters of reference from Dr. I. Ritter and Dr. [P.M.] Kurzweil also considering H. Schwartz. The letter lobbies for H. Schwartz's acceptance into the JCRS Sanatorium, noting that "Mr. User Marchus...of the Roumanian Verband, and Bernard Semel...of the [Galician and Bucovinaen Federation]...are very much in terested in [H. Schwartz]"...
Dates: 1909 August 05
Overview JCRS Application for Admittance filled out in ink for Patient #953 H. Schwartz "[t]o the Executive Committee of the Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society, Denver, Colorado" dated "Nov 3 1908" [sic]. The application includes patient's name, sex, age, occupation, residential information, medical information, marital status, number and ages of children, and nearest relatives or friends; "Wife Sophie Schwartz 302 Lorimer St. Bklyn." and the application is signed Harry Schwartz [sic]. The bottom third...
Dates: 1908 November 03
Overview JCRS Patient #953 Harry Schwartz's patient file. File includes patient's medical record concerning his tuberculosis with an application, letters, telegrams, and notes.
Overview Handwritten letter in ink regarding H. Schwartz from I. Ritter on letterhead that states, "TEL, CALL, 1293 ORCHARD DR. I RITTER 115 SECOND STREET NEW YORK" dated "Oct 13th 1908" [sic]. The letter confirms that H. Schwartz is suffering with tuberculosis and that he should be sent to Denver if possible. The letter is signed [illegible] I. Ritter.
Dates: 1908 October 13
Overview Handwritten letter in black ink regarding H. Schwartz from P. Kurzweil on letterhead that states, "TELEPHONE ORCHARD 1141 Dr. P. M. Kurzweil 161 ELDRIDGE STREET NEW YORK" dated "oct 13 1908" [sic]. The letter recounts an examination of Schwartz completed by Kurzweil. Kurzweil concludes that Schwartz would have a better chance at recovery from tuberculosis if he is sent away to Colorado. The letter is signed P. M. Kurzweil MD.
Dates: 1908 October 13
Overview Typed letter to "Mr. B. E. Semel...Galician & Bucovinean Federation, 138 - 140 Second St., New York, N. Y." from Dr. Spivak dated "Jan. 7. 1909" [sic]. The letter informs B. Semel that H. Schwartz was accepted to join the JCRS Sanatorium for his health and well-being. The letter is not signed but Secretary is typed at the bottom.
Dates: 1909 January 07
Overview Typed letter to Dr. Spivak in Denver, CO from E. Willner dated August 2nd, 1909. E. Willner writes on behalf of the Mt. Horeb Lodge, thanking Dr. Spivak for accepting H. Schwartz into the JCRS Sanatorium. The letter is not signed but Edward Willner is typed at the bottom.
Dates: 1909 August 02
Overview Handwritten letter in ink to Dr. Spivak of the Denver JCRS from E. Willner of New York on typed letterhead that states, "Meets Every Monday Night...Florence Building, First Street and Second Avenue. Mount Horeb Lodge No. 319, I. O. O. F." dated "January 18th 1909" [sic]. The letter is written by E. Willner on behalf of everyone at the Mount Horeb Lodge. The letter sincerely thanks Dr. Spivak for his accepting of H. Schwartz into the JCRS Sanatorium for his health and well-being. The letter is...
Dates: 1909 January 18
Overview Typed letter to Dr. [Spivak] of the Denver JCRS from J. Barondess on letterhead that states, "JOSEPH BARONDESS TELEPHONE, 1964 ORCHARD 165 EAST BROADWAY NEW YORK" dated "May 21, 1909" [sic]. The letter thanks Dr. Spivak for his help in prolonging H. Schwartz's stay in the JCRS Sanatorium. The letter is signed in black ink JosBarondess.
Dates: 1909 May 21
Overview Typed letter to Dr. Spivak from J. Barondess on letterhead that states, "JOSEPH BARONDESS...NEW YORK" dated May 5th, 1909 [sic]. J. Barondess writes on behalf of H. Schwartz, asking that he be granted another term in the JCRS Sanatorium if at all possible. Since there are many organizations who support H. Schwartz, J. Barondess agrues that it is in Spivak's best interest to oblige to his request. Also, it is relayed that H. Schwartz has not improved enough to earn a livlihood in his current...
Dates: 1909 May 05