Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 726 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Typed letter from Mrs. H.B. Ferguson to C.D. Spivak. Ferguson reminds Spivak that time has passed since she troubled Spivak with applications for admission of patients to JCRS. She continues to tell Spivak that a man from Butler, Pa. left for Denver hoping to get admitted into the National Hospital. Ferguson also tells Spivak that the man’s wife and two small children are very worthy and respectable. She then tells Spivak that the family was unaware of the red tape required for admission to...
Overview Typed letter from Mrs. H.B. Ferguson to C.D. Spivak. Ferguson wrote this letter to introduce Mr. Sam Blauweis to Spivak. Ferguson tells Spivak that she hopes Spivak will admit him into the sanatorium as early as possible. She thanks Spivak for his kindness in advance and signs the letter, “Mrs. H.B. Ferguson” at the bottom.
Overview Handwritten letter from I. Zeitlin to C.D. Spivak. Zeitlin tells Spivak that he received his letter regarding his son’s admission as an emergency case to JCRS. Zeitlin asks Spivak if he can inform him about the condition of his son and if he had a hemorrhage. He tells Spivak that he is greatly alarmed because his mother and brother also died from hemorrhages of the lungs. He also asks Spivak to let him know if there is any hope to his son’s life and signs the letter “I.M. Zeitlin” on the...
Overview Handwritten letter from J. Ginsburg to C.D. Spivak. Ginsburg tells Spivak that he had received an invitation for admission into JCRS, but there was confusion about his admission upon his arrival. He asks Spivak if he knows anything about the situation. The letter is signed "J. Ginsburg".
Overview Handwritten letter from J. Levitt to C.D. Spivak. Levitt thanks Spivak for admitting Samuel Goldfine to the sanatorium. Levitt tells Spivak that their family has not heard from Goldfine personally in quite some time and would appreciate it if Spivak could let them know whether everything is well with Goldfine. Levitt enclosed some stamps for Spivak’s reply and thanks him again.
Overview Typed letter from Jos. I. Schwartz to C.D. Spivak thanking him for admitting Abraham Gershonowitz into JCRS.
Overview Letter from J.L. Lane to C.D. Spivak. Lane tells Spivak that he has communicated with Schwartz and other people interested in her case about the contents of Spivak’s previous letter. Lane tells Spivak that they are going to try to send Schwartz to Denver at an early date, as well as supply her with money for living expenses while she waits for admission.
Overview Handwritten letter from L. Kaplan to C.D. Spivak. Kaplan thanks Spivak for admitting his son, Abraham Kaplan to the sanatorium. Kaplan hopes that his son’s health will improve.
Overview Typed letter from M. Kalisky to C.D. Spivak thanking him for the admission of B. Lorenz into the Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society. She also apologizes to Spivak for sending Mrs. Jennie Goodman to Denver because she did not know her condition and acted in the advice of physicians in Chicago who said going to Denver was Goodman's only salvation.
Overview Typed letter from M.L. Purvin to C.D. Spivak thanking him for the admission of B. Lorenz to the sanitarium. She trusts that he will receive good care and that he will be an agreeable patient. She wishes for prosperity of the Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society and signs the letter "Mrs. M.L. Purvin"