Note on A. Richman's condition, Undated
Handwritten note in pencil written by S.S. Garson asking the recipient to write in their notebook regarding the case of A. Richman, informing that he is bad health and "it is a case similar in every respect to that of Miss Fannie Berman." Garson reports that A. Richman ran a high fever with chills every day, and his current caretakers were keeping him in bed but that he would find more peace in a "ward room of a hospital." Garson recommends that A. Richman be taken in as soon as possible. Letter is signed S.S. Garson.
- Garson, S. S., Mr. (Producer, Person)
Language of Materials
Materials mostly in English, except for a name in Yiddish.
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1 Items (note)
Scope and Contents
From the Series: This series of patient records includes medical reports and histories, statistical data of patients, x-rays, and death certificates. The patient files include applications, correspondence and some may also contain photographs and personal items.
Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements
At the top of the note, written and underlined in pencil, is the number "1002."
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