JCRS Patient #1743.
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Typed note indicates that Charles Perelstein has written to JCRS on behalf of Nathan Levin, requesting the Sanatorium do what they can for Levin. However, Levin is to be receiving a "good deal of money" from the Auxillary according to the note. The writer of the note suggests that JCRS not "help the applicant materially." Note is unsigned or otherwise offers identification of the writer.
Dates: 1911 March 23
Overview Typed note from JCRS regarding case of Nathan Levin. Note relays that although JCRS has been giving Levin three (3) dollars weekly, his support from Chicago is no longer being given to him and now must make up the difference for his room and board. The note explains that JCRS "therefore decided to give him $5.50 weekly" instead of the $3.00 previously given.
Dates: 1911 May 15