Letter from J. Bernthal to Secretary, 1921 July 27
Typed letter on J. Bernthal Hardware & Furniture stationary from J. Bernthal in Leader, Saskatchewan, Canada, to the Secretary of the Jewish Consuptives' [Consumptives'] Relief Society stating that as a member for many years of the institution, that he requests a favor to be done for him for which he will never forget. Letter states that his brother, Leon Jacob Bernthal, was a patient of the institution for a short time and believes that he still resides in Denver, although he has not heard from him in five years. Letter states that he is anxious to know if he is still living, and states that he knows his brother got married some time ago and has children. Bernthal states that he would be much thankful if help was provided in attempt to locate his brother, Leon Jacob, and to advise him all about his friends and family. Bernthal states that he is anxious for a reply as soon as possible, in addition to it being a Mitzwo in linking the two up again. Letter is signed J. Bernthal.
- 1921 July 27
- Bernthal, Jacob M. (Producer, Person)
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