Found in 87 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Handwritten letter from M. A. Saly to JCRS, on Aug 17, 07. The letter informs JCRS that $44.50 was received for ther charges made to Abraham Goldstein. The letter is signed M. A. Saly.
Dates: 1907 August 17
Overview Handwritten letter from Morris Goldstein to JCRS, on April 28 1907. The letter thanks JCRS for all their support with Abraham Goldstein and informs JCRS that they are not very rich. The majority of the letter is [illegible]. The letter is signed [illegible] signature and Morris Goldstein.
Dates: 1907 April 28
Overview Handwritten note in pen with JCRS letterhead with a list of what Abraham Goldstein, who died on July 22 1910, left: 80 cents, 1 watch, and 1 money order of $25. Note is not signed.
Dates: 1910 September 02
Overview Handwritten note with unknown abbreviations and simple addition, undated. The note is not signed.
Overview Handwritten note in pen from H. Schwatt to Charles Spivak about an attached letter in reference to a money order sent to him. Letter is undated, but signed by H. Schwatt.
Overview Handwritten receipt from National Surety Company to C. D. Spivak, on Sep 3 1907.
Dates: 1907 September 3
Overview Typed receipt from S.F. Disraelly to Charles Spivak for $31.50 made to the order of Jos. Goldstein for funeral expenses of Abraham Goldstein. Signed by S.F. Disraelly.
Dates: 1910 September 16
Overview Handwritten telegram in pen from C.D. Spivak to Joseph Goldstein, 118 Siegel St., Brooklyn, N.Y., in which he states the "cost of shipping body" is $156.20, and asks him to wire the money. Telegram is undated, but it can be put in the context of the other four telegrams about Abraham Goldstein death, so it was probably sent in July 23, 1910. Telegram is signed by C.D. Spivak.
Overview Typed telegram from Joseph Goldstein to the JCRS, asking "Please send baby on to Brooklyn", about Abraham Goldstein, who passed away. It is also handwritten the numbers 156.20, 81.20, and 15, and the Devilery Number of the telegram is 325.
Dates: 1910 July 23
Overview Typed telegram from Joseph Goldstein to the JCRS, in which he states he is unable to pay the expenses and asks to bury the body in Denver. The telegram Delivery number is 595.
Dates: 1910 July 23