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Abstract Dr. Jeanne Abrams of the Rocky Mountain Jewish Historical Society of the Center for Judaic Studies collected materials of the Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society separate from the JCRS Records. Collection contains a draft of "The Origins of Denver's JCRS" by Dr. Charles Spivak, newspaper articles, issues of patients' magazine Hatikvah, contribution forms, "Thirty Years of Saving Lives" history of JCRS sanitorium, JCRS programs and pamphlets and, books related JCRS from 1900 through 1982.
Abstract The Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society was known as the JCRS and was founded in Denver, Colorado in 1904 as a non-sectarian sanatorium to treat tuberculosis (TB) patients, free of charge, in all stages of the disease. The society was one of the leading tuberculosis sanatoria in the country at the turn of the century founded by a group of immigrant Eastern European Jewish men, many of whom were themselves victims of TB. Headed by Dr. Charles Spivak as Secretary (1904-1927) and by Dr. Philip...
Dates: 1897-1989; Majority of material found within 1904-1973
Abstract Dr. Charles Spivak was born in Russia in 1861 and died in Denver, Colorado in 1927. He arrived in New York City in 1882 and graduated from Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. In 1893, Charles Spivak married Jennie Charsky. Because of Jennie's poor health the Spivaks moved to Denver in 1896. Dr. Spivak was a co-founder of the Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society (JCRS) and was the executive secretary from 1904 until 1927. Hayem David Spivak, son of Dr. Charles and Jennie...
Abstract Dr. Charles Spivak was born in Russia in 1861 and died in Denver, Colorado in 1927. He arrived in New York City in 1882 and graduated from Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. In 1893, Charles Spivak married Jennie Charsky and they had three children: David, Deena, and Ruth. Jennie Charsky was born in Russia in 1871 and briefly studied law at Cornell before graduating from the University of Denver. Because of Jennie's poor health the Spivaks moved to Denver in 1886. Dr....
- Jewish hospitals -- Colorado -- Denver 2
- Jewish physicians -- Colorado -- Denver 2
- Colorado 1
- Correspondence 1
- Denver (Colo.) 1
- Europe, Eastern -- Emigration and immigration 1
- Hospitals -- Colorado -- Denver 1
- Jewish Refugees 1
- Jewish artists 1
- Jewish families -- Colorado 1
- Jews -- Colorado -- Denver 1
- Philadelphia (Pa.) 1
- Poland 1
- Publications 1
- Sanatoriums -- Colorado -- Denver 1
- Tuberculosis -- Hospitals -- Denver (Colo.) 1
- Tuberculosis -- Patients 1
- United States -- Emigration and immigration 1
- World War, 1914-1918 1 ∧ less
- English 3
- Multiple languages 1
- Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society (U.S.) 3
- Spivak, Haim David, 1893-1932 2
- Spivak, Jennie Charsky, 1869-1965 2
- Abrams, Jeanne E., 1951- 1
- Hillkowitz, Philip, 1873-1948 1