Subject Source: Library of Congress Name Authority File
Found in 69 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Typed copy of a letter from Boris D. Bogen from Cincinnati, Ohio, to C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado. It states that there was a check for $10.00 enclosed from the contribution of Henry Block of Louisville, KY to the JCRS Sanatorium. Letter was signed in ink but now typed "B.D. Bogen."
Dates: 1909 December 2
Abstract Copy of a typed letter from C. D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado, to Dr. Boris D. Bogen in Cincinnati, Ohio, stating that he has received the $10.00 check for Samuel Block and sent back a receipt. Also, the JCRS will advance Mr. Block for small expenses. Letter is unsigned but "Secretary" is typed at the bottom.
Abstract Envelope from Cincinnati, Ohio, to C.D. Spivak at the JCRS in Denver, Colorado.
Dates: 1909 December 2
Abstract Diary for 1876, when he was a graduate student in astronomy at the University of Cincinnati, working with the 11-inch refractor at the Cincinnati Observatory, which had recently been moved to Mt. Lookout. The observations in the diary include his observations on the weather, his thoughts on religion, and working on the Luttle's comet. He also writes about the discovery of new stars that he observes and some social functions and gatherings he attended.
Abstract Hyman Z. Salomon was born in 1832 in Posen, Prussia. He moved to what was then the city of Auraria, now Denver, in 1859 and is claimed to be the first Jewish settler in Colorado. He married Cecilia Joel and the couple had two daughters. Hyman originally set up as a mercantile man but he was also involved with the Capitol Hydraulic Company, the Platte River Ditch Company, and several other businesses in Denver along with his brother, Fred Z. Salomon. Hyman passed away on November 21, 1897.
Abstract Typed letter from Boris D. Bogen in Cincinnati, Ohio, to C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado, stating that there is a little misunderstanding with patient, Samuel Block. Block has had considerable trouble with staying in one place and wanting to move around. Spivak requested that they send the money as a donation to JCRS Sanatorium, and not directly to Block for he misuses the money. Letter is signe din ink Boris D Bogen.
Dates: 1909 October 28
Abstract Typed letter from Boris Bogen, Superintendent of the United Jewish Charities of Cincinnati, to Dr. Philip Hillkowitz asking him for his assistance in the case of Louis Bernstein, a fugitive with tuberculosis assisted by charities in Cincinnati, who refuses treatment and expects to find treatment in Denver. Jewish Charities published a story about Louis Bernstein, and now, Bernstein expects to receive treatment in Denver. Bogen is hoepful he will find admission to the hospital. Letter is signed...
Dates: 1910 August 26
Abstract Handwritten letter in ink from B. Ruskin in Cincinatti, Ohio, to C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado, introducing him to a young man, Sam Blumberg. Blumberg will be sent to Denver with sufficient funds until there is room for him in the Sanatorium. Ruskin knows that Spivak and the hospital will take great care of the young man, and am thanking Spivak in advance. Letter is signed in ink "Bess Ruskin."
Dates: 1909 July 31
Abstract Typed letter from Boris D. Bogen in Cincinnati, Ohio to C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado informs that Bogen has received previous correspondence and informs that he has presented Spivak's letter to the board of the United Jewish Charities of Cincinnati. Informs that the board has decided to assume the responsibility by placing Minnie Kondritzer in a sanatorium and eventually to send her to a warmer climate. Bogen informs that in another letter he has sent a "copy of the Israelite containing my...
Dates: 1909 November 30
Abstract Typed letter from Boris D. Bogen in Cincinnati, Ohio to Dr. Philip Hillkowitz in Denver, Colorado informs that Bogen is writing regarding a friend, Mrs. Minnie Kondritzer. Informs that Bogen is anxious to give Kondritzer a change of climate and after discussion Bogen assures that the board of United Jewish Charities will place Mrs. Kondritzer in a pay Sanatorium in Denver for four weeks. Bogen informs that if the physicians at the Sanatorium advise her to move to a lower altitude they will do...
Dates: 1909 November 4