Letter from C.D. Spivak to L. Gutnick, 1910 October 28
Typed letter from C.D. Spivak to L. Gutnick. Spivak tells Gutnick that he has a letter from L. Wolsey that states that Wolsey and Mr. Wolf both consented to allow Gutnick to live in the city. Spivak tells Gutnick that he must report to the superintendent once a week and telephone the office every other day. Spivak also tells Gutnick that Wolsey expects Gutnick to report regularly and to not leave the city for any length of time. Spivak reminds Gutnick that no one is responsible for Gutnick’s consequences if he were to leave again. Spivak trusts that Gutnick will not regret the interest taken in his case from many of the people involved.
- 1910 October 28
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