Letter from S.S. Garson to C.D. Spivak, 1910 June 6
Handwritten letter from S.S. Garson to C.D. Spivak. Garson begins the letter by telling Spivak that there is circumstantial evidence that Mayer Bozner fooled S.S. Goerson into thinking he did not have any money. He tells Spivak that the fellow that “threatened to blow his brains out in your office unless he was admitted to the sanatorium the very same day he arrived” left his room and board unpaid for. Garson provides Spivak with some evidence that Bozner has money by telling him that the Express man who helped Bozner move into the sanatorium saw Bozner with a tin or iron box with money. He also says that Bozner took a large roll of money from his pocket and would often deposit money into the bank. He tells Spivak that Bozner’s disguise makes him boil with indignation and asks Spivak to investigate the case. He also recommends that jewelry from Bozner should be used as collateral. The letter is signed, “S.S. Garson” at the bottom.
- 1910 June 6
- Garson, S. S., Mr. (Person)
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