Letter from M. Weidman to C.D. Spivak, 1909 May 18
Typed letter from M. Weidman in Winnipeg, Canada to C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado informs that Weidman met with Henry Waterman's father who informed Weidman that Waterman had not yet been admitted to the JCRS Sanatorium and instead has had to pay $5.50 a week for board and lodgings. Weidman informs that this is a hardship on the Waterman family and Wiedman had been under the assumption that when he sent Waterman to JCRS that they would have accomodation for him. Informs that as Weidman does not often send cases to JCRS he feels disappointed that this case had not worked out as of yet. Requests that Spivak will do his best to accomodate the young Waterman. Letter is signed in black ink by M. Weidman.
- 1909 May 18
- Weidman, M. (Producer, Person)
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