Letter from C.D. Spivak to L.E. Schlechter, 1911 August 8
Typed letter from C.D. Spivak to L.E. Schletchter. Spivak tells Schlechter that JCRS does not assume any responsibility for patients after they are discharged from the Sanatorium. Spivak goes into detail about Asher Cooper’s case and states that while it is true that Cooper was a patient at JCRS from November 14, 1910 to May 24, 1911, he never gave Cooper transportation to St. Louis. Spivak tells Schlechter that the superintendent of JCRS understood that Cooper did have sufficient means to travel to St. Louis without any financial assistance. Spivak also goes into detail about Mr. Freed. He states that there is not a single patient on record by the name I. Freed, but there was patient by the name of Samuel Fried who applied to JCRS in 1909. Spivak notes that Fried was never admitted because Spivak’s letters were undelivered to Fried. Spivak finishes the letter by reiterating that JCRS does not give transportation to any former patients.
- 1911 August 8
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