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Diamond, Davis

 Person

Patient #4698, #3887, #3335, #2890, #2118 and #1720 of JCRS. Also known as David Diamond.

Found in 38 Collections and/or Records:

Check for D. Diamond's Lodge, 1911 March 17

 Item
Identifier: B002.01.0103.0155.00021
Overview Check from C.D. Spivak to E. Alexander to pay for D. Diamond’s boarding in Denver. The check amounts to $5.50 for one week of boarding.
Dates: 1911 March 17

Davis Diamond's Application for Admission to JCRS, 1911 February 9

 Item
Identifier: B002.01.0103.0155.00001
Overview Application form of Davis Diamond for admission as a patient to the Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society. He was age 32 at the time of the application. He was born in Romania and immigrated to the United States in 1898. He lived in New York when he contracted tuberculosis. He had been sick for 5 years upon arrival to Denver, Colorado. He also worked to create leather novelties. He belonged to the Independent Order Brith Abraham #83. The verso of the application states he was admitted on March...
Dates: 1911 February 9

Excerpt of two letters regarding D. Diamond, 1910 October 8

 Item
Identifier: B002.01.0103.0155.00002
Overview This item is one piece of paper that has two different excerpts of letters on it. The first letter was from M. Lipschitz to C.D. Spivak. Lipschitz informed Spivak that a man named D. Diamond was on his way to Denver from New York. Lipschitz stated that his society chose to pay for his travels and advised Diamond to call Spivak once he arrived in Denver. He also asked Spivak to recommend him to somebody for work and to help him with any medical treatment he needed. Lipschitz told Spivak that he...
Dates: 1910 October 8

Excerpts of letters involving M. Lipschitz and C.D. Spivak, 1911 November 14

 Item
Identifier: B002.01.0103.0155.00026
Overview Two excerpts of letters typed on one page. The first letter was addressed to C.D. Spivak from M. Lipschitz. Lipschitz thanked Spivak for the treatment of Davis Diamond at JCRS, but he told Spivak that Diamond still felt weak. Since Diamond was supposed to leave the sanatorium by November 20th, 1911 he asked Spivak if Diamond’s stay could be extended throughout the winter. Lipschitz told Spivak that if Diamond were to stay through the winter it would give him more time to get better, that way...
Dates: 1911 November 14

JCRS Patient #2118 Davis Diamond, 1912 2 March - 1913 November 16

 File
Identifier: B002.01.0105.0096
Overview JCRS Patient #2118. Patient application, correspondence, handwritten letters, receipts, bills.
Dates: 1912 2 March - 1913 November 16

JCRS Patient #2890 Davis Diamond, 1914 May 19 - 1915 February 1

 File
Identifier: B002.01.0109.0054
Overview JCRS Patient #2890. Patient application, correspondence, handwritten letters, receipts, and bills.
Dates: 1914 May 19 - 1915 February 1

JCRS Patient #3335 Davis Diamond, 1915 August 16 - 1916 November 21

 File
Identifier: B002.01.0111.0049
Overview JCRS Patient #3335. Patient application, correspondence, handwritten letters, receipts, and bills.
Dates: 1915 August 16 - 1916 November 21

JCRS Patient #3887 David Diamond, 1917 January 11 - 1917 March 10

 File
Identifier: B002.01.0113.0112
Overview JCRS Patient #3887. Patient application, correspondence, handwritten letters, receipts, and bills.
Dates: 1917 January 11 - 1917 March 10

JCRS Patient #4698 Davis Diamond, 1919 January 31 - 1919 September 15

 File
Identifier: B002.01.0117.0040
Overview JCRS Patient #4698. Patient application, correspondence, handwritten letters, receipts, and bills.
Dates: 1919 January 31 - 1919 September 15

Letter from C.D. Spivak H.L. Stebbins, 1911 February 16

 Item
Identifier: B002.01.0103.0155.00009
Overview Typed letter from C.D. Spivak to H.L. Stebbins, Division Baggage Agent of the Chicago, Burlington, and Quincy Railroad. Spivak tells Stebbins that Mr. Diamond is a poor man who intended to come over to Denver to apply for admission into the JCRS sanatorium. Spivak informs Stebbins that JCRS is a charitable organization and only admits patients who are unable to pay for another institution. Spivak continues to say that Diamond shipped his belongings in November, but suffered from a hemorrhage...
Dates: 1911 February 16