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 Handwritten note in black ink signed by Israel Friedman reads "Sold a ring from the effects of Bennie Pitchinocc as olf gold to Carl [illegible], dealer, for $1.00." Note is dated July 31, 1944.
Dates: 1944 July 31
Overview Typed note reads "Stenographer called up the Denver Sheltering Home for Jewish Children and the lady there said that Bessie Pitchonoc [Bessie Pitchinocc] is stil there. (Dr Spivak wanted to know whether the girl was sent to her relatives in New York and that that if she was he would turn the money to the JCRS as these relatives are fairly well off and could support her." A line is added after the word "money" that reads "($19.10 which her father left for her)"
Dates: 1912 July 10
Overview Typed note signed by C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado. Note states that the Sanatorium's Superintendent informed Spivak that an employee came to the Superintendent's office acknowledging that the employee took $35.00 in cash from the late Bennie Pitchinocc. Informs that the employee reported that he couldn't sleep, he felt depressed, and is unable to look into the faces of the patients at the Sanatorium. The employee also informed that it would be impossible for him to remain in the employ of...
Dates: 1909 October 27
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:  December 29