Achtenberg, A. D.
Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Copy of typed letter C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado to Mr. A.D. Achtenberg in Missouri informing that Spivak has enclosed a bill sent by Mrs. Annie Nowlander for board and lodging of Mr. Hyman Yablonsky for seven and a half weeks. Spivak informs that the total amounts to $41.25 which Spivak hopes Achtenberg will honor as he suggested on February 27, 1909. Letter is unsigned but "Secretary" is typed at the bottom.
Dates: 1909 May 3
Overview Typed letter from A D Achtenberg with the Red Star Funiture, Carpeting, Clothing Outfitting and Installment Co. in St. Joseph MO to Dr P.Hillkowitz, President of JCRS. The letter is a letter of introduction for Mr. Sam Dvorkin. The letter states that because Mr Dvorkin has financial difficulties he applied to this company for assistance in recieving treatment. Therefore he is writing to JCRS to see what the Sanatorium can do to help Mr. Sam Dvorkin. The letter is signed A D Achtenburg.
Dates: 1906 October 16
Overview Typed letter from A.D. Achtenberg to C.D. Spivak. Achtenberg tells Spivak that it came to his attention that Mr. Housman was discharged from the sanatorium uncured from tuberculosis. Achtenberg asks Spivak how that could have happened because he has never know Spivak to discharge sick patients before. Achtenberg thanks Spivak for the fast reply.
Dates: 1911 July 26
Overview Typed letter from A.D. Achtenberg in St. Joseph, Montana, to Dr. Philip Hillkowitz in Denver, Colorado, stating that he is upset that a Mrs. Rosie Kanter [Rosie Cantor] has not been admitted into the Sanatorium after filing an application 5 weeks ago. Achtenberg goes onto discuss how deeply disappointed he is, as well as his whole community. Mrs. Kantor [Cantor] is a widow with four children who require their mothers care. Achtenberg states that this kind of treatment with the patients he...
Dates: 1908 June 22
Overview Handwritten letter from A.D. Achtenberg to P. Hillkowitz. Achtenberg introduces Jacob Housman and tells him that Housman has tuberculosis. Achtenberg tells Hillkowitz that it is the desire of the director of St. Joseph Hospital that Housman receives the best treatment from JCRS in Denver. Achtenberg tells Hillkowtiz that they will see it as a personal favor if Hillkowitz gave Housman’s case his attention for admission.
Dates: 1910 November 3
Overview Typed letter from A.D. Achtenberg in Missouri to Dr. P. Hillkowitz in Denver, Colorado informs that the letter introduces Mr. Hyman Yablonsky who is afflicted with consumption. Achtenberg requests Hillkowitz to admit Hyman Yablonsky to the JCRS Sanatorium as soon as possible and until such a time as his turn in the waiting list comes kindly requests that Hillkowitz make other provisions for Yablonsky at the expense of Achtenberg. Letter is signed in black ink by A.D. Achtenberg.
Dates: 1909 February 27
Overview Typed letter from A.D. Achtenberg in St. Joseph, Montana, to C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado, recommending a Mrs. Rose Kantor [Rosie Cantor] for the JCRS. It states that she is a widow and has 4 children without the means of support while their mother is ill. If the St. Joseph tent is occupied, Achtenberg requests to find her room and board elsewhere. Letter is signed in ink "A.D. Achtenberg".
Dates: 1908 May 12
Overview Typed letter from A.D. Achtenberg to Dr. P. Hillkowitx [Hillkowitz]. The letter states that Sam Dworkin's father contacted A.D Achtenberg to inform him that Mr. Dworkin was not admitted to the Sanatorium. Mr. Achtenberg was writing to find out why. The letter is signed A.D. Achtenberg.
Dates: 1906 October 27
Overview Typed letter from C.D. Spivak to A.D. Achtenberg. Spivak tells Achtenberg that he is in a hurry to respond to his letter, but tells Achtenberg that Mr. Housman entered the sanatorium on December 21, 1910. Spivak continues to tell Achtenberg that Housman’s case was diagnosed as “arrested” and Housman was in good condition when he entered the sanatorium. Spivak also explains that Housman stayed at the sanatorium for seven months and improved sufficiently enough to be able to leave the sanatorium...
Dates: 1911 July 28
Overview Letter from C.D. Spivak to A.D. Achtenberg. Spivak tells Achtenberg that Mr. Housman was examined by JCRS and they found that Housman was not in a condition to leave the sanatorium. Spivak informs Achtenberg that Housman’s stay will be extended and he hopes that Housman’s health improves. Spivak also tells Achtenberg that JCRS does not discharge patients for the love of it, but because of the pressure to admit other applicants.
Dates: 1911 August 10