New York (State)
Subject Source: Lcnaf
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Handwritten bill of exchange to "M [Dr.] C. D. Spivak 1421 Court Place" in Denver from The Western Union Telegraph Company on typed letterhead that states, "Form No. 36. OFFICE OF THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY. (INCORPORATED)" dated "4/28 1909" [sic]. The bill reads, "The tolls upon your dispatch of _April 24 09_ to _I Greenberg_ Fairmont N. Y were not paid at destination, the reason given being that _Msg Was. forwarded to Amboy N. J. Party said to be now living in NY_ Please pay the...
Dates: 1909 April 28
Overview Typed letter in purple ink to "Dr...Spivak...Jewish Consumptives['] Relief Society, Denver, Colo" from J. Schoen on a blue typed letterhead that states, "UNITED STATES GRAND LODGE INDEPENDENT ORDER BIRTH ABRAHAM 37 SEVENTH STREET NEW YORK" dated "Dec. 31st, 1906" [sic]. The letter addresses the case of M. Buxbaum, stating that though Buxbaum was once a patient of JCRS, he is now "very ill...and suffers painfully and would like to be admitted in the [JCRS] home" once again [sic]. The letter is...
Dates: 1906 December 31
Overview Typed letter in purple ink to "Dr. C. D. Spivak [JCRS]...Denver, Colo" from J. Schoen on a typed navy letterhead that states, "UNITED STATES GRAND LODGE INDEPENDENT ORDER BIRTH ABRAHAM 37 SEVENTH STREET NEW YORK" dated "July 17th, 1905" [sic]. The letter intorduces the "bearer of [the] letter Mayer Buchsbaum [Meyer Buxbaum]...the son of Simon Buchsbaum [Buxbaum]" to Dr. Spivak, stating that M. Buxbaum "is afflicted with consumption" and the family "is absolutely without any means whatsoever, ad...
Dates: 1905 July 17
Overview Handwritten letter in black ink to Dr. Spivak from L. Rosenmasser on blue print letterhead that states, "Dr. Louis Rosenmasser 2630 Curtis Street Denver, Colo.," dated "Aug. 5th 1905" [sic]. The letter presents the case of patient M. Buxbaum of New York to Dr. Spivak, asking if the patient could "be admitted at once to the [JCRS] hospital" as "his means are almost depleted + only yesterday he was told to move from his boarding house" [sic]. The letter is signed Dr. L. Rosenmasser.
Dates: 1905 August 05
Overview Handwritten letter in black ink to Dr. Spivak from "Simon Buxbaum...Perth Amboy N. J." headed "New York Dec. 30/07" [sic]. In the letter, S. Buxbaum asks Dr. Spivak about his son's [Meyer Buxbaum JCRS patient #973] condition. The letter is signed Simon Buxbaum.
Dates: 1907 December 30
Overview Handwritten note composed in ink by E. Buxbaum in "New York" to an unknown recipient society dated "Sept. 6 1905" [sic]. The note reads, "In answer to yours of the 2nd inst. I wish to say that I thank you most heartily for the kindness tendered to my brother and trust that it will be of great benefit to him. With the most sincere thanks to your most noble society" [sic]. The letter is signed by Esther Buxbaum.
Dates: 1905 September 06
Overview Handwritten note to "M [Dr] C D Spivak secy [JCRS]" from The Western Union Telegraph Company on letterhead that states, "Form 101. THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY, (INCORPORATED)" dated "4/26 190[?]" [sic]. The note reads, "Your dispatch dated _4/24_ to _I. Greenberg Fairmont NY_ is undelivered. Reason: _unknown if an answer [illegible] to what message_" [sic]. The note was found in JCRS M. Buxbaum's patient record. The note is signed [illegible].
Dates:  April 26
Overview Typed telegram in purple ink to "Mr.[Mrs.] I. Greenberg, Fairmont, N. Y." from Dr. Spivak in "Denver, Colo," on letterhead in blue ink that states, "POSTAL TELEGRAPH COMMERCIAL CABLES CLARENCE H. MACKAY" dated "Apr. 24, 1909" [sic]. The telegram reads, "Meyer Buxbaum was buried Denver Friday 23d" [sic]. The letter is not signed but C. D. Spivak Secretary is typed at the bottom.
Dates: 1909 April 24