Letter from A.H. Goodman to Dr. Spivak, 1908 July
Handwritten two-page letter in ink on Dr. A.H. Goodman, Surgeon Dentist, letterhead from A.H. Goodman in New York, to Dr. Spivak in Denver, Colorado. Goodman states that as a very active member of the Consumptives' Sanitarium Aid Society of this city, he takes the priviledge of making the following request. A very particular friend of his has a brother, a married man, residing in Denver afflicted with tuberculosis. The ambiguity of his letters have thrown his relatives into a state of terrible anxiety and uncerntainty of the real condition of his health. Letter states that they are willing to assist him to the extent of their ability, provided they could learn of the nature of the assistance that would do him the most good. Goodman states that he therefore asks a special favor, that Dr. Spivak investigate the case for him and let him know at his earliest convenience the real condition of the man and what he would advise should be done for him. His name is S. Rappaport 1135 Decator St., Denver, Col. Goodman states that the extent of his activity in connection with the N.Y. Society will be vouched for by his brother, the president of the branch societies of this city. Letter is signed A.H. Goodman [illegible].
- 1908 July
- Goodman, A. H., Dr. (Producer, Person)
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