Letter from A. Frankel to C.D. Spivak, 1909 March 8
Handwritten letter from A. Frankel in Rochester, New York to C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado informs this letter is a response to a previous letter from Spivak. Replies that Sam Trotsky has been sent to Denver at the expense of the Sons of Israel Lodge #311 because Trotsky's physician insisted that he must travel to Colorado. Frankel informs that while the lodge has provided for Trotsky's fare Frankel knows that it may be some time before the patient can be admitted to the JCRS Sanatorium and the lodge is unable to provide that support. Informs that Trotsky is a very poor man but has a wealthy brother whom Frankel made promise to support Trotsky until he can be admitted. Frankel informs that he wants to be clear that this is the only wealthy man in Trotsky's family and that he is not helping his brother "with a free will." Letter is signed in black ink by A. Frankel.
- 1909 March 8
- Frankel, A., Mr. (Producer, Person)
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