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Notes (documents)

 Subject
Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope 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 3 Collections and/or Records:

JCRS Note Regarding S. Pitchinoc, 1909 January 29

 Item
Identifier: B002.01.0100.0098.00013
Overview Typed note regarding JCRS Patient S. Pitchinoc on typed letterhead that states, "The Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society...DENVER, COLO" dated "Jan. 29. 1909" [sic]. The note instructs a change in S. Pitchinoc's case from regular status to emergency status at the request of Dr. J. B. Fish. The reason for this change is based on S. Pitchinoc's health upon her entrance into JCRS, and the fact that she died within a month of entering the Sanatorium. The note is not signed.
Dates: 1909 January 29

Note to Dr. Spivak from J. N. Lorber, 1909 February 16

 Item
Identifier: B002.01.0100.0098.00005
Overview Handwritten note in pencil on blue and pink lined paper to Dr. Spivak from J. N. Lorber with typed heading that reads, "TELEPHONE 1867. GETTYSBURG" dated "2/16 09" [sic]. The note reads, "Please deliver to [illegible] Purse left by patient Ms. [Pitchinoc] forgot her name who died in the Sanitorium" [sic]. The letter is signed Mrs. Jn Lorber.
Dates: 1909 February 16

Note to Dr. Spivak from The Postal Telegraph-Cable Co. Inc., [1908] December 29

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Identifier: B002.01.0100.0098.00024
Overview Handwritten note written sideways in black ink to C D Spivak in Denver from "Postal Telegraph BL" on templated-document that states, "POSTAL TELEGRAPH COMMERCIAL CABLES CLARENCE H. MACKAY" dated "Dec 29" [sic]. The note states, "X914...Please pay bearer .75 Your telegram 28th. Mr. [Pitchinoc] 595 Cody st. Brooklyn, no such number. Give some better address" [sic]. The letter is signed Postal Telegraph BL.
Dates: [1908] December 29