JCRS Patient #1713 and #798. Also referenced as Isidore Schwartz.
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Typed letter from C.D. Spivak to J.L. Lane. Spivak tells Lane that he received his night telegraph regarding Schwartz’s admission to JCRS. Spivak informs Lane that JCRS will admit him as soon as there is vacancy.
Dates: 1911 March 1
Abstract Handwritten letter from the Ladies Montefiore Aid Society to C.D. Spivak. The society wrote on behalf of Isidor Schwartz’s condition at JCRS and asked Spivak to keep Schwartz as long as needed to fully recover from his tuberculosis. The society also stated that they held a meeting to discuss Schwartz’s condition and hopes that the young man is held at JCRS until he is capable of working and can pay for his own living. L.M.A.S. thanks Spivak for his kindness.
Dates: 1908 August 19
Abstract Handwritten letter from J. Hurwitz to P. Hillkowitz. Hurwitz informs Hillkowitz that Isidor Schwartz has been a resident of Seattle, Washington for quite some time and has been stricken with tuberculosis. The city physicians advised Schwartz to go to Denver for treatment. Hurwitz states that the community in Seattle feels that Schwartz is entitled to the best care from the JCRS sanatorium. Hurwitz tells Hillkowitz that his kindness shown to Schwartz will be greatly appreciated by the Seattle...
Dates: 1908 May 27
Abstract Handwritten letter from J. Hurwitz to P. Hillkowitz. Hurwitz informs Hillkowitz that Isidor Schwartz was detained from the sanatorium, but is a deserving case. Hurwitz states that he thought Schwartz would be admitted to JCRS without any delay. Hurwitz hopes that Hillkowitz will be considerate and admit Schwartz without any further delay.
Dates: 1908 June 1
Abstract Night telegraph from J. L. Lane, J. Hurwitz, and J. Dellar to JCRS. Lane informs JCRS that the undersigned directors strongly urge JCRS to admit Mr. Schwartz. He tells JCRS that Mr. Schwartz does not have a mother that can give him any financial aid because she is also a consumptive patient.
Dates: 1911 February 24