Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Source: Web. 3 __(Ticket: a certificate, evidence, or token of a right (as of admission to a place, assembly, of passage in a public conveyance, of debt, or of a chance))
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Copy of receipt created by JCRS from Whitehead and Meyer detailing the cost of burial equipment and two first class railroad tickets from Denver, Colorado to New York. Each ticket costs $40.60 for a total of $81.20. There is a casket, embalming service, and shipping box included on the receipt. The total for all items amounts to $156.20
Overview Typed letter from Max Toperosky to C.D. Spivak. Toperosky states that he wants to leave the sanatorium to return to his family in Brooklyn, New York, however, he does not have enough money for a railroad ticket. He only has $19.00 and asks Spivak if JCRS would be willing to help pay for a ticket.
Overview Ernst Heinrich Loewenstein [Henry Lowenstein] was born in Berlin, Germany in 1925 to a Jewish father and a non-Jewish mother. To escape Nazi brutality, he was sent on the Kindertransport to England in 1939. His parents, Dr. Max and Maria Loewenstein, and his half-sister, Karin Steinberg, remained in Berlin during World War II. Shortly after the war the family emigrated to the United States to avoid persecution. Materials in this collection include legal documents and correspondence,...
Overview Receipt from Whitehead and Meyer detailing the cost of two first class railroad tickets from Denver, Colorado to New York. Each ticket costs $40.60 for a total of $81.20. There is a statement that says, "I, the undersigned, guarantee payment of the above account within fifteen days from this date." C.D. Spivak signed the line below the statement.