Subject Source: Art & Architecture ThesaurusScope Note: Brief statements of a fact or experience, written down for review, or as an aid to memory, or to inform someone else; also includes short, informal letters. Consider more specific terms if applicable, such as: "Field notes," "Laboratory notes," "Lecture notes," or "Research notes," plus various financial instruments such as "Promissory notes.".
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Typed note in regards to a Nathan Levine, who passed away a year ago, 1916, from tuberculosis. His wife, Annie Levine has now turned very ill and has 5 children to take care of. The City Board of Charities has been taking care of her family, but Mrs. Levine has now used all of the money to pay back $500.00 in debt. Note is unsigned but the letters "BH" are typed at the bottom.
Dates: 1917 April 26
Overview Typed note about Annie Levine who was was a patient at the JCRS Sanatorium 7 years ago, and her husband, Nathan Levine, 2 years ago. She filled a second application and was not accepted because "of her long residence in Denver". The note states that Mrs. Levine has been receiving assistance from the Jewish Social Service Bureau for many years. Note is unsigned but the letters "CDS*BH" are typed at the bottom.
Dates: 1916 February 22
Overview Handwritten note in ink. It reads "2 Children in Orphan Asylum, "Hebrew Sheltering Guardian Soceity of New York, Broadway 150th and 151st St.", Jacob Bosheiu - agent - youngest in an orphan asylum #161 = 61st West - NY City". Note is not signed or dated.
Overview Typed note addressed "In re-Nathan Levine". It states that the City Board of Charities has read that Nathan Levine has died, about a year ago, and that his wife, Annie Levine, has now fallen sick and is taking care of their five children. The Levine family has been given $1,000.00 for the insurance company, which Annie used $500 for paying back debts, and the rest for everyday family expenses. The money is now gone and the City Board of Charities is now trying to help Annie Livein to get a...
Dates: 1917 April 26