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Friedland, Ben


Agent found in JCRS Patient #951 J. Bilovsky's record.


Found in B002.01.0100.0091.00003

Found in 38 Collections and/or Records:

Letter to B. Friedland from S. Schaefer, 1930 September 11

Identifier: B002.01.0100.0091.00003
Abstract Typed letter to "Mr. Ben Friedland, Asst. Sec'y. [JCRS] P. O. Box 537 Denver, Colo" from S. Schaefer on letterhead that states, "NATIONAL JEWISH HOSPITAL...OFFICE OF NATIONAL SUPERVISOR SAMUEL SCHAEFER 3800 EAST COLFAX AVENUE" dated "September 11, 1930" [sic]. The letter informs B. Friedland that, pursuant to their earlier phone conversation, S. Schaefer will enclose a copy of a letter to Mr. Hyman Nishman regarding J. Bilovsky. The letter also thanks Friedland for attending this matter. The...
Dates: 1930 September 11

Letter to Mr. Friedland from S. Waldman, 1921 November 23

Identifier: B002.01.0100.0084.00002
Abstract Handwritten 2.5 page letter to Mr. Friedland from Sam Waldman on letterhead that reads, "Waldman's TOBACCONIST PIPES AND SMOKERS' SUNDRIES IMPORTED CIGARS AND CIGARETTES PAGE & SHAW'S CANDY PHONE 1918 10022 JASPER AVENUE Edmonton, ALBERTA," dated November 23rd, 1921. In the letter Sam expresses gratitude to Mr. Friedland for his letter and gives some detailed information about his life up until now including Sam's travel, business, and health. The letter is signed Sam Waldman.
Dates: 1921 November 23

Note, 1910 September 22

Identifier: B002.01.0101.0124.00009
Abstract Typed copy of a note made by C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado. The statement was made by Mr. B. Rothman to Miss F. Morris in the presence of Mr B. Friedland. It states that the late Louis Morris told Rothman that all expenses should be paid from his own money and the balance that is left to be turned over to the Treasury of the JCRS. This same statement was made by H. Schwatt. "After having paid the funeral expenses amounting to $36.50 the SecretarY turned over to the treasury of the JCRS the...
Dates: 1910 September 22

Note, 1909

Identifier: B002.01.0101.0119.00002
Abstract Handwritten note in ink from Philip Hillkowitz to Mr. Friedland. The note is asking for Friedland to fill out an application for Miss Eva Silverman.
Dates: 1909

Note from B. Friedland, 1949 January 14

Identifier: B002.01.0104.0166.00051
Abstract Typed note that says Joseph Gottlieb saw Moses Rothenberg's brother, Abraham, and he stated he sends money regularly to the JCRS for the upkeep of his borther's grave. It also states that the JCRS never received any money from Abraham, other than the bequest of $50 Fannie Rothenberg left. They suggested ot Mr. Gottlieb to go to the cemetary and inspect the grave. Note is signed by B.F.
Dates: 1949 January 14

Note from Ben Friedland, 1950 August 29

Identifier: B002.01.0102.0064.00026
Abstract Typed note from Ben Friedland that reads "Miss Ida Greenwald, attending the 18th annual conference of JCRS Auxiliaries as a delegate from the Newark Auxiliary JCRS was interested in seeing the grave of Michael Leckstein, who was a relative of hers/ We arranged for one of the house cars to take her to the Golden Hill Cemetery.
Dates: 1950 August 29

Note from E. Friedman to Mr. Friedland

Identifier: B002.01.0100.0028.00010
Abstract Handwritten note in ink on Dr. E. Friedman, and N. Wiener letterhead from E. Friedman [Emanuel Friedman in Denver, Colorado, to Mr. Friedland. Letter requests answer to the following regarding applicant whose name he does not recall, but whom he examined July 22nd and found to be a doubtful case: Name of applicant, age, how long sick, occupation, (1) married or (2) single, if (1) no. of children. Note is signed E. Friedman.
Dates: 1908

Original Office of the Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society, circa 1915

Identifier: B002.04.0215.0042.00001
Abstract Interior view of the original administrative office of the Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society (JCRS) with Dr. Charles Spivak, and his associates. Spivak, center, sits at a desk with a photograph of his friend, the Yiddish poet Yehoash (Solomon Bloomgarden), in front of him. Business manager Ben Friedland talks on the telephone. An unidentified man sits in front, and an unidentified woman sits at left in the JCRS business office. The JCRS was a sanatorium for tuberculosis patients that was...
Dates: circa 1915