Letter from A.A. Cohen to C.D. Spivak, 1908 September 21
Typed letter from A.A. Cohen in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado, corresponding about admitting Joseph Robinowitz into the JCRS. Robinowitz has been in contact with Cohen, pleading to get recommendation and for Cohen to help Robinowitz get immediately placed into the Sanatorium since he is running out of money and his conditions have gotten worse. Cohen is requesting for Spivak to respond if the JCRS received his funds. Cohen is a big supporter of the JCRS and will devote some of his free time to helping with JCRS. Letter is signed in ink "A.A. Cohen".
- 1908 September 21
- Cohen, A. A. (Producer, Person)
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