JCRS Patient #1665.
Found in 35 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Handwritten letter from Mrs. L. Bloch to C.D. Spivak. Bloch informs Spivak the Mrs. Glazer made a request that her husband should stay at the sanatorium a little longer. Mrs. Bloch asks Spivak if he can extend Mr. Glazers stay at JCRS.
Dates: 1911 October 30
Abstract Handwritten letter from Mrs. Bland to C.D. Spivak. Bland gives Spivak a bill for Mr. Glazers boarding. The bill comes to a total of $29.85 for five weeks and three days of lodging. Bland asks Spivak to send the money as soon as possible.
Dates: 1911 May 11
Abstract Handwritten letter from Mrs. Glazer to JCRS. Mrs. Glazer told JCRS that her husband planned to leave the sanatorium soon and Mr. Glazer told her that he seemed like he would be in good health on the East Coast, just like he had been on the West Coast. Mrs. Glazer asked JCRS to write her letter with specific details about her husband’s current health condition. She asked several questions regarding her husband’s health because she owned a small grocery store to support her children and if the...
Dates: 1911 August 19
Abstract Handwritten list in ink of the names and lodges of the patients that signed the petition letter to L. Sanders. The names and lodges are as follows: Louis W. Marcus, Pride of Denver 333 Denver Colo.; D. Diamond, Romenian American, 83, New York City; Morris Garrin, Lawrence Independent #139, Lawrence Mass; A. Moskovitz, St Louis Lodge #316, St. Louis, Mo; J. Glazer, New Brunswick Lodge #480, New Brunswick, Conn; Abraham Breitenberg, Golthold Lodge 37, Cleveland, Ohio; Nathan Chauss son of Jacob...
Abstract Typed note from C.D. Spivak regarding Glazer’s case. Spivak notes that Mr. Glazer has been waiting for admission for several weeks and has not been admitted yet. In the meantime, Glazer bought a horse and buggy to engage in peddling so that he could make some more money, however, he has become too sick to work as a peddler. JCRS has decided to give Glazer $3.00 a week to support his boarding until he is admitted.
Dates: 1911 March 23