Letter from C. J. Cooper to C.D. Spivak, 1910 November 26
Typed letter from C.J. Cooper of the United Jewish Relief Association to C.D. Spivak. Cooper tells Spivak that they are sending a young man to Denver because he is sick with tuberculosis. Cooper also tells Spivak that the young man will be bringing a letter from Mrs. Ferguson. Cooper asks Spivak to try his best to admit the young man as soon as possible or else he will suffer greatly without treatment from the sanatorium.
- 1910 November 26
- Cooper, Charles J. (Person)
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