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Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
File — Box B233.03.0003: Series B233.03 [U186023258818]
File — Box D001.0004: Series D001.06; Series D001.07 [U186022111398]
Overview This box contains materials related to collection development such as Inventories, Catalogs, Acquisitions, Serials, Solicitation Letters, Periodicals, Audiovisual Equipment, Dissertations/Theses, and Databases on Dance.
Overview This is an artificial collection comprised of materials of unknown origin, which need to be either incorporated into existing collections, have collections created for them, or be pulled from the collection to be cataloged as serials or monographs.
Scope and Contents This series contains materials related to collection development such as Inventories, Catalogs, Acquisitions, Serials, Solicitation Letters, Periodicals, Audiovisual Equipment, Dissertations/Theses, and Databases on Dance.
Overview Membership slip regarding Asher Cooper's annual membership subscription of $25.00. There is a note on the bottom that states, "Asher Cooper was a patient at the sanatorium in 1919 and 1920."
Overview One contact sheet for five negative strips of photos from an Elks meeting and a notecard with donation information.
Overview Typed memo from Ben Friedland following up with a previous letter that asked for a renewal of his contribution of $25.00 sent in July 1925. The top of the letter says “In re: Louis Cohen July 25, 1940.” There is also the front of an envelope associated with the letter. The envelope has a time stamp from Spivak, Colorado and Tulsa, Oklahoma and is addressed to Mr. L. Cohen.
Overview Typed letter from C.D. Spivak to D. Goldstein thanking him for a check of $1.50 which goes towards his annual dues and support of JCRS. There is a postscript at the bottom with an excerpt of a previous letter from D. Goldstein. It mentions that the check, watch, and money orders were received by Goldstein.
Overview Typed letter from C.D. Spivak to E. Rothman. Spivak thanks Rothman for the $8.00 contribution from new recruits in Phoenix that he obtained for JCRS. He tells Rothman that his letters add a ray of sunshine on a cloudy day because dealing with the sick and poor is difficult all of the time. Rothman asked Spivak to write a letter that goes into detail about the work that JCRS has done; therefore, Spivak lists facts about the sanatorium. He begins by saying that 2000 patients have been in the...