Letter from C.D. Spivak to N. Friedman, 1909 March 17
Typed letter from C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado to Mr. N. Friedman in Ottumwa, Iowa thanks Friedman for his letter informing Spivak of the visit of Mr. H. Hurwitz of Sioux City and that the members of the community did not know of the existence of JCRS. Spivak informs that they are very pleased to have gained friends in the area. Spivak informs that regarding the girl that Friedman wrote about, that JCRS has not a single vacancy and there will be none until after Passover. Spivak informs that it is very hard to discharge patients during the winter months until after the holidays are over. Also informs that JCRS hass 50 applications from men and women who are already in Denver and are waiting for their turn. Spivak writes that JCRS is anxious to please their new friends in Iowa and will admit Fannie Greenberg as soon as possible. Spivak advises that if her physician advises her to come to Denver than Fannie Greenberg should provided she is supplied with sufficient means to pay for board and lodging while she is waited to to be admitted. Spivak informs that she can obtain board in Denver at the rate of $6 or $7 one week. Spivak estimates that Fannie Greenberg might be admitted sometime after Passover but the sooner she files her application the sooner she might be admitted. Letter is unsigned but "Secretary" is typed at the bottom.
- 1909 March 17
- Spivak, C. D. (Charles D.), 1861-1927 (Producer, Person)
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