Letter from C.D. Spivak to L. Wolsey, 1910 October 17
Typed letter from C.D. Spivak to L. Wolsey. Spivak tells Wolsey that Gutnick was getting restless at the sanatorium so he found a job in town that pays $14.00 per week. Spivak told Gutnick that he was required to return to the sanatorium every night after work. After some time of walking a mile and half in the morning and evening for work, Gutnick asked Spivak if he could room in the city because walking after a long day is tiring. Spivak thinks that Gutnick should be able to live in the city as long as he reports to the superintendent. Spivak tells Wolsey that he wanted to hear from him first before making any decisions.
- 1910 October 17
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