Letter from Gus Cytron to C.D. Spivak, 1905 June 14
Typed letter on Grand Lodge Progressive Order of the West letterhead from Gus Cytron in Saint Louis, Missouri to C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado in reference to Mr. Morris Goldman. Cytron wishes to inform that Goldman is worthy of admission into Sanatorium and that it is the desire of many influencial people in Saint Louis that said Goldman be given attention by JCRS. Cytron informs that anything that could be done for Morris Goldman will be greatly appreciated by many in Saint Louis. Letter is signed by Gus Cytron, Grand Secretary of the Grand Lodge Progressive Order of the West. A postscript reads "I have learned that said Morris Goldman is an emigrant for about 8 months, that since he arrived he has been occupied an honorable profession and has conducted himself in a respectable manner but that sickness befell him and the poeple have done all they could until today. now he is however, advised to proceed at once to your city, and we hope that he may be taken care of as much as possible, for which I again repeat we will be very thankful to the most honorable society." Postscript is signed again in black ink by Gus Cytron.
- 1905 June 14
- Cytron, Gus (Producer, Person)
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In the postscript, in the first sentence the word "been" is added in black ink between "has" and "occupied."
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