Letter from E. Rothman to C.D. Spivak, 1920 December 28
Handwritten letter from E. Rothman to C.D. Spivak. Rothman says that he will take good care of Mrs. Leo V. Teply and asks Spivak to ask her where he should meet her when she arrives in Arizona. Rothman also tells Spivak that his brother, Benjamin died on February 1, 1919 like a hero. He tells Spivak that Benjamin fought the Spanish influenza for 18 days and nothing could spare his life. He thanks Spivak for his inquiry of the whereabouts of Benjamin and acknowledges that JCRS has helped hundreds of patients since Benjamin left the sanatorium. Rothman adds a postscript at the end of the letter that states that he forgot to mention that Benjamin often spoke of Spivak. The letter is signed, "E.R" at the bottom.
- 1920 December 28
- Rothman, Edward (Person)
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