Letter from Louis Sugar to C D Spivak, 1908 November 16
Handwritten letter from Louis Sugar, Secretary of Baltimore Branch of JCRS to Dr. C.D. Spivak. Sugar writes that a "committee of ladies" approached him with Sarah Michelson to plead her case with regards to going to Denver for treatment as they believed him to be their way to gain entrance to the Denver JCRS. Sugar writes that they presented a "sorrowful plea for her admission" and portrayed "such a pitiful scene full of sadness and darkness." Sugar writes that if Michelson stayed in her current situation, she would "waste away." According to the letter, Michelson had enough for her railroad fare to Denver and would stay for a few weeks there until a vacancy at JCRS became available. Letter is signed "Louis Sugar."
- 1908 November 16
- Sugar, Louis (Producer, Person)
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