Letter from C.D. Spivak to the Immigration Commissioner in Seattle, 1911 June 19
Letter from C.D. Spivak to the Immigration Commissioner in Seattle, Washington. Spivak advises the commissioner to not send Rosche Schwartz to Denver until she has received a medical examination in Seattle. Spivak also tells the commissioner that a JCRS application needs to be forwarded through the Director of the Hospital, Leo Kohn to determine if Schwartz’s case is accepted. Spivak explains that this letter is in response to a correspondence from the Department of Commerce and Labor in Washington. In order to avoid complications with Schwartz’s case Spivak reiterates that Schwartz needs to be examined by a doctor and the findings sent on the enclosed blank card. Spivak tells the commissioner that Schwartz cannot be sent to Denver until decisions have been made and Spivak has received word from the Admission and Dissmission board that a vacancy has occurred.
- 1911 June 19
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- Commission of Immigration. Seattle, Washington
- Denver (Colo.)
- Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society (U.S.)
- Kohn, Leo
- Patient records
- Schwartz, Rosche, 1861-1920
- Social work with immigrants -- Colorado
- Tuberculosis -- Hospitals -- Denver (Colo.)
- Tuberculosis -- Patients