Letter from Adolph Rosentreter to C.D. Spivak, 1909 October 5
Typed letter from Adolph Rosentreter in Saint Louis, Missouri to C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado informs that Simon Shapiro and his son Ezy Shapiro came to Rosentreter to ask why C.D. Spivak had not answered the Shapiro's letter from two weeks previous concerning their deceased family member Harry Shapiro. Rosentreter informs that he has enclosed an affidavit of Ezy Shapiro, brother of Harry, giving Spivak permission to draw on the account for $50 for the Sanatorium of JCRS which Harry had bequested. Also informs that Ezy Shapiro wanted to travel to Denver to settle the affairs of his brother but Rosentreter promised him to settle this without his being present in Denver. Rosentreter entreats "As these people are in poor circumstances, I would like to save them expense" and requests Spivak inform him of what can be done. Letter is signed in black ink by Adolph Rosentreter, Rabbi.
- 1909 October 5
- Rosentreter, Adolph (Producer, Person)
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Undearneath Rosentreter's signature on the left hand side is a note in black ink that reads "4311 West Belle Place, St. Louism Mi."
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