Letter from Julius Guttmann to C.D. Spivak, 1908 November 3
Handwritten letter in black ink from Julius Guttmann in Saint Louis, Missouri to Dr. C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado replies to C.D. Spivak's request for a favor of October 29th. Julius Guttmann writes "I plead not guilty, to the Knights of Joseph charge - however I know that the Supreme Lodge has made its first call in your behalf. Before I forget, what has the [illegible] order [illegible] Abraham done for you? Everything was left in the hands of the Executive." Guttmann informs of the party which the Relief intended to send to Denver, and that he has given Rubin Kress a letter of introduction. However, Guttman informs that he had been notified by a Mr. Robi that Rubin Kress's wife does not wish to move but "she may change her mind however and he may turn up any day at Denver." Guttmann expresses sorrow at the "bad account of [illegible] and hopes that she may yet pull through." Informs Spivak that he will send a check for $50.00 which Guttmann had obtained from the Nathan Frank Lodge. Informs that an inquiry has been made concerning a Mr. Morris Goldman who was sent to Denver, 2 or 3 years ago, and his last know address was JCRS Edgewater in Colorado. Guttmann informs Spivak that Morris Goldman's wife and children have not heard from him for the past 2 or 3 years "perhaps for a good reason," and requests any more information Spivak might have on this patient. Letter is signed by Julius Guttmann.
- 1908 November 3
- Guttmann, Julius (Producer, Person)
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Letter written on letterhead of The St. Louis Consumptives' Aid Society.
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