Letter from E. Robitshek to C.D. Spivak, 1910 May 25
Handwritten letter from E.C. Robitshek to C.D. Spivak. Robitshek explains that he has been away which is why it took him so long to respond to his letter, but then he tells Spivak that he must not be so hasty towards him. He admits that he does not know about tuberculosis hospitals as well as Spivak does, but understands the crowded condition JCRS must face because there is no fee for patients. Robitshek then goes into detail about Bozner. He starts by saying that Bozner came to him for consumption. He continues to say that Bozner decided to leave for Denver and would try to find work as a tailor. He also tells Spivak that he did not know about Bozner’s financial condition. He does not want Spivak to think that he thought Bozner would be admitted right away and apologizes because he can do nothing to help Spivak. He tells Spivak that he does not know where Bozner works, but hopes he will appeal to friends and relatives of the Jewish Charity in Minneapolis for financial help. The letter is signed “E.C. Robitshek” at the bottom.
- 1910 May 25
- Robitshek, Emil C. (Person)
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