Letter from C.D. Spivak to A. Braslav, 1911 February 13
Typed letter from C.D. Spivak to Dr. A. Braslav regarding the health of Harry Kantor. He explains that his left lung is affected throughout and his right lung is affected up to the third intercostal space. He continues to say that Harry has not been doing well for months, he is losing weight, he has poor appetite, and he is very depressed. Spivak thinks that transferring him to lower altitude will benefit his health. He finishes the letter by saying that he had an argument with Dr. H. Schwatt about Harry's condition and the thought of him moving back to New York, but acknowledges that Schwatt was right about Harry's poor condition.
- 1911 February 13
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