Letter from C.D. Spivak to J. Chauss, 1910 December 19
Typed letter from C.D. Spivak to Jacob Chauss. Spivak admits to Chauss that he had not written to Chauss until recently because he did not know how to reply to his letter. Spivak explains to Chauss that it is very difficult to discharge and admit new patients during the winter. Spivak also says that JCRS has more than 85 applications of men and women who are in Denver and have been waiting two or three months to be admitted. Spivak remembers everything Mr. Chauss has done for JCRS and would be happy to tell him to send his son, Nathan Chauss to Denver immediately, but current conditions make it impossible to make that accommodation. Spivak then advises Chauss to send his son to Denver and he will admit him sooner than many other patients often have to wait. Spivak promises to take care of Nathan after his arrival to Denver and that he will do the best that he can for him.
- 1910 December 19
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