Letter from M. Solomon to Dr. Spivak, 1910 March 17
Handwritten two-page letter in ink on Isidore Hurwitz Library, Sanatorium J.C.R.S. letterhead from Morris Solomon in Edgewater, Colorado, to Dr. Spivak in Denver, Colorado. Solomon states that in reference to their conversation last Saturday, he takes the opportunity to give his Levein [Nathan P. Levin] all the facts concerning himself, which will be necessary to the letter to Mr. Hurwitz [w/Hurwitz] [Habzberg], 922-924, Fourth Street, Sioux City, Iowa, which Spivak was kind enough to promise to write on his behalf. The facts are briefly: He was sent here on the 2nd of August, 1908, by Mr. Muschkin, President of the Charity in Sioux City. He has not improved and Dr. Fish advised him to return to Sioux City, because the altitude here is too high for him. In reply to an appeal to President Muschkin for a ticket to Sioux City, he received a negative answer, dated February 25th, 1910. Letter states hope to have given him all the facts desired and thanks him again for his effort to help him. Letter is signed M. Solomon. There is a P.S. which states that Mr. Isidore Hurwitz gave him the advice to write to Mr. Hurwitz in Sioux City and that Mr. Isidore Hurwitz had recommended him.
- 1910 March 17
- Solomon, Morris (Producer, Person)
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