Letter from H. Masliansky to C.D. Spivak, 1910 November 11
Typed letter from H. Masliansky to C.D. Spivak. Masliansky tells Spivak that David Gordon, Jacob Glazer, and Elias Ring each left for Denver because they are good cases for the sanatorium. Masliansky introduces Gordon first. He says that Gordon is from Portchester, N.Y. and was recommended to him from Gordon’s community. Masliansky introduces Glazer next and says that Glazer is prepared to stay in Denver for five weeks because a number of friends donated him money. The third case Masliansky introduces is Ring and he was recommended to Masliansky by the N.Y. Jewish community. Ring was in absolute destitute so the community made a collection of money for him to live in Denver for one month. Masliansky emphasizes that Ring’s case is a special one and hopes Spivak will admit him before he runs out of money. Masliansky thanks Spivak for his time.
- 1910 November 11
- Masliansky, Zvi Hirsch, 1856-1943 (Person)
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