Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Pink slip of paper with Mrs. E. Mansfield's address written on the verso with a list of two items that she requests returned to her. The items include citizenship papers and an English-Jewish dictionary. The recto side of the paper is a donation form from the Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society in Denver, Colorado. The form is blank.
Overview This folder contains Maria Lowenstein's address book and loose contents, including exhibit fliers and membership cards for the Denver Art Museum, Denver Allied Arts Guild and he Artists Equity Association, Incorporated. It also has a card for "Maria Lowenstein Dressmaking & Alterations at your home or mine, 234 East 63rd street, New York 21, NY, Templeton 8-4674."
Overview Typed letter from C.D. Spivak to H. Schwatt. Spivak asks Schwatt to obtain Mr. D. Weinstein’s mother’s address so that he can inform her that her son was admitted to JCRS.
Overview Typed letter from C.D. Spivak to P.B. Baldwin. Spivak wrote to Baldwin to confirm that he still resided at the same address. Spivak asked Baldwin to follow up with him to confirm his current residence on the enclosed postcard that he included with the letter. Spivak hoped he was doing well and apologized that he had been unable to admit him as a patient to the sanatorium. He told Baldwin that his application would be withdrawn if he does not hear from him by August 5th, 1912. Spivak thanked him...
Overview Handwritten letter from H. Schwatt to C.D. Spivak. Schwatt sends Spivak the address that he requested from D. Weinstein so that he can inform his mother of his admission to JCRS.
Overview Handwritten letter from P.B. Baldwin to C.D. Spivak. Baldwin informs Spivak that he is staying at a new address because he was so far behind on paying his bill from his previous place. He is unsure how long he will be able to stay at the new place, but tells Spivak that any opportunity to stay at the sanatorium will be greatly appreciated. The letter is signed, “P.B. Baldwin” with his new address at the bottom.
Overview Note card regarding Jennie Goldberg’s case. The note card starts with a line that states “Applied for relief-” with a blank next to the line. The next line states, “Form of relief- financial and service.” The next line states, “Amount expended- reimburs. case.” The next line states, “Last heard from-“ with another blank. The note card also lists Goldberg’s latest recorded address. There are two other dates listed on the card one being June 14, 1910 and the other being March 27, 1914.
Overview Piece of paper noting Mrs. Jennie Axelrod's address in large handwriting. There is smaller text in the bottom corner that notes Sol Rabinowitz's address.
Overview Small note on a torn piece of paper with A. Polinsky’s address from London written in pencil. The verso of the note is the top right corner piece of stationary with a header about jams, marmalade, and Pink’s bloater paste.
Overview Torn note with Sol Leib's address and occupation listed on it.