Found in 37 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Application for admission to JCRS filled out by hand in ink for Carrie Kokush. Information on the form includes his age, birth place, occupation, residence, marital status, children's ages, and nearest relatives. Form is signed "Carrie H Kokush." Nearest relative is listed as "a Hruschka, 319 Washingtton st. Father." In the Recommendation section at the bottom of the page is left blank. The section "Report of the Medical Examiner" on the back side of the form states examination took place on...
Dates: 1909 November 5
Overview Typed copy of bill for Carrie Kokush's funeral expenses. Buried in Block 2 #121. Expenses listed as "Hearse 4.00, Grave 14.00, Digging 3.00, Undertaker 5.50, BalMiskim 5.00, Tachrichem 2.50" totaling $34.00.
Dates: 1910 September 14
Scope and Contents From the Series: This series of patient records includes medical reports and histories, statistical data of patients, x-rays, and death certificates. The patient files include applications, correspondence and some may also contain photographs and personal items.
Overview Letter contains copies of two previously separate letters, one addressed to C.D. Spivak from Elsie Blau and One from C.D. Spivak to Miss Elise Blau. Top half contains a typed copy of the letter from Elsie Blau addressed to C.D. Spivak. Blau explains that the late Mrs. Kokush had in trust $20.33 which she wished to be turned over to JCRS upon her demise. A check for that amount was included with the letter. The bottom half of the paper maintains the typed response from C.D. Spivak addressed to...
Dates: 1910 November 24-1910 December 13
Overview Handwritten letter from A. Hruschka addressed to Dr. Spivak in which Hruschka asks Spivak to forward the bil for the burial expenses for his daughter, Carrie Kokush. Hruschka also asks Spivak to provide information about Mrs. Kokush's final days and asks that he forward Mrs. Kokush's watch and breast-pin. Letter is signed A. Hruschka (Per. Mrs. Hruschka).
Dates: 1910 September 15
Overview Handwritten letter from A. Hruschka addressed to Dr. Spivak in which Mr. Hruschka states that he is sending a money order for $50, $34 for funeral expenses and $16 for the sanitorium. Hruschka apologizes for the delay and thanks Spivak for waiting for the kindness shown to Hruschka's daughter, Mrs. Kokush. Mr. Hruschka also asks Spivak to send Mrs. Kokush's effects on C.O.D. Letter is signed a. Hruschka.
Dates: 1910 October 14
Overview Handwritten letter from A. Hruschka addressed to Dr. Spivak asking for confirmation that Spivak received the money order for $50 Mr. Hruschka sent on October 19. Hruschka states that "we feel ansious to know if it reached you," asks Spivak to let him know if it was received, and again asks Spivak to forward Hruschka's deseased daughters jewelry. Letter is signed a. Hruschka.
Dates: 1910 November 4
Overview Handwritten letter from A. Hruschka addressed to Dr. Spivak in which Hruschka states that he has been unable to reach a settlement with the Prudential Insurance Company for the policy on this daughter Mrs. Carrie Kokush. Hruschka states that the Insurance company has yet to receive papers or a reply from the Edgewater sanitorium. Hruschka asks Spivak if "the papers have passed through your hands. or perhaps you can tell us the cause fo the delay." Hruschka states that the settlement can not...
Dates: 1910 October 13
Overview Handwritten letter in black ink from A. Hruschka in Newark, New Jersey to C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado states the funeral expenses for Carrie Kokush haven't be covered because insurance money is still be awaited. Letter states that once "Prudential" settles her family will send money and requests that her jewelry be sent back for a keep sake. Letter also states that extra funds will be sent for the hospital one the insurance company settles. Letter is signed "A. Hruschka."
Dates: 1910 September 26
Overview Handwritten letter from A. Hruschka addressed to Dr. Spivak. Letter discusses the sadness and shock experienced by Mr and Mrs. Hruschka when learning about the death of their daughter, Carrie Kokush. Mr. Hruschka thanks Dr. Spivak for the letter regarding his daughters last hours and for kindness shown by him and the sanatorium to his daughter. Mr. Hruschka expresses a desire to donate a larger sum of money to the sanatorium but notes that regretably, having just started a business, can not do...
Dates: 1910 November 19