The University has no information on Mr. Freed. His widow donated the material to the archives.
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Overview Typed letter from C.D. Spivak to L.E. Schletchter. Spivak tells Schlechter that JCRS does not assume any responsibility for patients after they are discharged from the Sanatorium. Spivak goes into detail about Asher Cooper’s case and states that while it is true that Cooper was a patient at JCRS from November 14, 1910 to May 24, 1911, he never gave Cooper transportation to St. Louis. Spivak tells Schlechter that the superintendent of JCRS understood that Cooper did have sufficient means to...
Overview Typed letter from L.E. Schlechter of the United Jewish Educational and Charitable Associations of St. Louis to C.D. Spivak. Schlechter tells Spivak that Mr. Freed and Mr. Cooper applied to his organization for assistance after they were discharged from the sanatorium. Schlechter also tells Spivak that both of the men claimed they were sent to JCRS from New York, but they do not know the name of the society that sent them to Denver. Schlechter recognizes that both of the men are not in a good...