Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
File — Box B002.06.0081: Series B002.06 [U186020743929]
Overview A handwritten note that says the death certificate must be obtained in Denver rather than Golden.
Overview Copy of a typed letter from Dr. C. D. Spivak to Dr. R. Farber that accompanied Barney Goldberg's death certificate. The letter is unsigned with the word "Secretary" typed at the bottom.
Overview Copy of a typed letter from Dr. C. D. Spivak to Mr. R. E. Fill, Denver Board of Health, asking for a copy of Barney Goldberg's death certificate. Mr. Goldberg died at JCRS on November 3, 1906. The letter is unsigned with the word "Secretary" typed at the bottom.
Overview Slip of paper with the handwritten note: "Mrs. Seeberg, 929 Enca Str, Claims that a Society, sent 25.00 for him, never received any money, from them."
Overview Typed memo form, filled out by hand, from Pittsburgh Department of Public Health to H. Finkelpearl noting that sputum from Nathan Rabinowitz was found to harbor the tubercle bacilli. The form is signed by E.G. Matson.
Overview Handwritten letter to H. Masliansky from the Jewish Daily News. The content of the memorandum is written in an undetermined language.
Overview Typed memorandum in regards to a Sam Silverman written by Ben M. Blumber, Director of Social Service. It states that a former patient of the JCRS, Sam Silverman, who is now 66 years old came into the office hoping that a letter would help with lowering a license fee for his business. Silverman had wrong information about he licenscing fee and thinking that the Social Services could or would write him a letter, that is against their policy. The last sentence reads "he was obviously disappointed...