Note to Dr. Spivak from an Unknown Author, 1905 August 14
Handwritten note in black ink to "Dr. Spivaa [Spivak]" in Denver from an unknown author dated "August 14th, 1905" [sic]. The note describes an exam given to M. Buxbaum by someone, who judged M. Buxbaum "undoubtedly Tubercular" with "Temperature...= 99 [degrees]. Pulse soft, Pulserate 90. - Haemorrage [hemorrhage] 5 weeks ago" [sic]. The examiner concludes his examination with "Diagnosis: Incipient Tuberculosis!" [sic]. The letter is signed [illegible] in ink.
- 1905 August 14
- Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society (U.S.) (Producer, Organization)
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