Letter from C.F. Zittel to C.D. Spivak, 1911 April 5
Letter from C.F. Zittel to C.D. Spivak. Zittel introduces Mr. Bernstein to C.D. Spivak and tells him that Mrs. Bloch and Mrs. Loew are sending him to Denver for treatment. Zittel tells Spivak that he is writing this letter so that Spivak can do everything he can for Bernstein’s case. Zittel also tells Spivak that last Saturday he arranged the program and secured the artists for the Benefit at the Herald Square Theatre, which was tendered by the New York Ladies Auxiliary. Zittel finishes the letter by stating that Mr. Bernstein is a very reliable and honest man and would do anything in the world to be cured of tuberculosis.
- 1911 April 5
- Zittel, C. F. (Person)
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