Letter from M. Loew to C.D. Spivak, 1911 April 5
Letter from Marcus Loew to C.D. Spivak. Loew assumes that Spivak is aware of the fact that he and Mrs. Loew have been enthusiastic workers for the New York Ladies’ Auxiliary. Loew continues to tell Spivak that Bernstein was employed by Loew and is a very ambitious worker. Against all odds, Bernstein continued to work for Loew until Loew realized the kind of trouble Bernstein was dealing with. Loew tells Spivak that he would be very grateful for any attention that Spivak can provide for Bernstein’s case.
- 1911 April 5
- Loew, Marcus (Person)
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