Letter from C.D. Spivak to D. Kronman, 1910 May 12
Typed letter from C.D. Spivak to D. Kronman. Spivak is replying to a previous letter sent from Kronman and informs him that Sam Corenson was in fact admitted into the sanatorium. He tells Kronman that Corenson had to wait about two weeks for a vacancy to open and they try their best to accommodate every applicant without delay. Spivak goes into detail about the little space the sanatorium has compared to the great list of applicants they have. He also tells Kronman that the sanatorium now has over one hundred inmates and the wait list is over ninety applicants. He reminds Kronman again that Corenson is at the sanatorium and everything is being done to make his stay comfortable. He asks that Kronman pardons the delay Spivak had when answering his previous letter.
- 1910 May 12
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