Letter from M. Weidman to Dr. C.D. Spivak, 1908 June 14
Typed letter on Weidman & Company letterhead from M. Weidman in Winnipeg, Canada, to Dr. C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado, introducing him to Mr. L. Bernthal [Leon Bernthal] who is the victim of the dreaded disease which their noble institution, the J.C.R.S., is fighting so nobly. Letter states that Mr. Bernthal is in poor circumstances and will have to depend to the support of the J.C.R.S., and trusts that he will be able to find accommodation for him. Letter states that Mr. Bernthal has numerous friends in this city and is sure that when Mr. Shallet makes his next call in this city, that he is sure that his friends will contribute liberally. Weidman states hope that Spivak will find room for Mr. Bernthal and thus help in saving another life. Letter is signed M. Weidman.
- 1908 June 14
- Weidman, M. (Producer, Person)
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