National Director of the Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society and Honorary Secretary to The St. Louis Consumptives' Aid Society in St. Louis, MO.
Found in 42 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Typed letter to "Dr. C. D. Spivak, Denver, Colo" from J. Guttmann in "St. Louis, Mo" dated "Dec. 5, 1908" [sic]. The letter informs Dr. Spivak that the Hebrew Charities Superintendent has contacted J. Guttmann about R. Kasriel's underwear issue, saying to forward Kasriel's bills for underwear and his weekly board fee to the Charities' Superintendent. The letter also addresses another issue of a particular "Estate," which Guttmann believes "[t]here could be no harm in makinf[making] the attempt...
Dates: 1908 December 05
Overview Typed letter to "Mr. William [Philip] Seaman, Supt., United Hebrew Charities...St. Louis, Mo" from Dr. Spivak dated "June 24, 1909" [sic]. The letter explains that J. Guttmann instucted Dr. Spivak to send JCRS patient #972 R. Kasriel to St. Louis from Denver via railroad. Thus, Dr. Spivak has "advanced Mr. Kasriel...$19.85" for railroad fare, and "Mr. Julius Guttman [Guttmann] istructed me...to send my bill to you for collection" [sic]. The letter is not signed but Secretary is typed at the...
Dates: 1909 June 24
Overview Letter from C.D. Spivak to H. Cohen. Spivak enclosed a letter from J. Guttmann regarding the payment for Feldman’s name change on his death certificate. Spivak asks Cohen to let him know how to handle the matter.
Dates: 1912 March 11
Overview Letter from C.D. Spivak to J. Guttmann. Spivak enclosed a copy of Feldman’s new death certificate. Spivak tells Guttmann that he regrets the delay and assures Guttmann that he tried his best to expedite the situation.
Dates: 1911 December 15
Overview Letter from C.D. Spivak to J. Guttmann. Spivak enclosed a bill from JCRS’ attorney regarding the name change on Morris Feldman’s death certificate. Spivak also charged Guttmann $1.00 for the copy of the certificate. Spivak trusts that Guttmann will attend to this quickly.
Dates: 1911 December 26
Overview Typed letter from C.D. Spivak to J. Guttmann. Spivak confirms he received the $1.00 for the death certificate. Spivak tells Guttmann that he will send Guttmann’s letter to Henry Cohen and Cohen will determine what to do regarding the $2.50 for the attorney fee. Spivak asks Guttmann how he is doing because Miss Lichtenstein wrote to Spivak and told him that Guttmann was not feeling well. Spivak hopes Guttmann is better now and tells him to write because all of his friends in Denver are anxious...
Dates: 1912 March 11
Overview Letter from C.D. Spivak to J. Guttmann. Spivak tells Guttmann that Cohen told him that he will forget about the attorney fee of $2.50 for Morris Feldman's case.
Dates: 1912 March 19
Overview Typed letter from C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado to Dr. J.B. Fish in Edgewater, Colorado questions if the Sanatorium has a bulletin board in the library and if not that such a thing should be ordered. Spivak informs that Julius Guttman[sic] is inquiring after a patient, Morris Goldman, and his current whereabouts. Morris Goldman's wife and children are suffering and cannot find Morris Goldman according to Julius Guttmann. Spivak informs that "it would be well to put on the blackboard the...
Overview Typed letter from C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado to Julius Guttman in St. Louis, Missouri acknowledges a circular letter sent out by the Rodphey Sholem Lodge #322 I.O.B.A. that brings attention to a patient at the Sanatorium, who is member of their lodge, and is getting worse with expsenses that need to be paid. Sender wishes to make clear there is a patient by the name of Solomon Bailinsohn, a brother of the Rodphey Sholem Lodge, and was admitted as an emergency case on December 15, 1909....
Dates: 1910 February 10
Overview Typed letter form C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado, to Julius Guttmann in St. Louis, Missouri, stating that currently, March 1907, there are no vacant spots in the JCRS Sanatorium to admit Sarah Barnholtz. Spivak says that the JCRS will make an exception to admit Barnholtz because they usually do not allow applications from outside of Denver. Spivak then goes on to tell Guttmann about the conditions of a Mr. Rimland who has seemed to make good progress, but Spivak still believes that Mr. Rimland...
Dates: 1907 March 11