New York (State)
Subject Source: Lcnaf
Found in 578 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Envelope with handwritten address in black ink which reads "Mrs. F. Vendig, 922 Hancock St., Brooklyn N.Y."
Overview Handwritten envelope in ink from "A. Frankel, 45 Edward St., Secretary of Sons of Israel Lodge No. 311: O.B.A. Rochester, N.Y." and is addressed to "C.D. Spivak 4424 Court Place, Denver, Colorado."
Dates: 1909 February 24
Overview Handwritten envelope with United States two cents embossed stamp. The envelope reads, "Rabbi P. Israeli, National Director Jewish Cons. Relief Society, 743 Park Ave., Boston, Mass." The "Boston, Mass." is crossed out in pencil and underneath that "[illegible] New York, N.Y." A red ink stamp informs that the letter is returned on August 31 1910 as the address cannot be found but the rest of the stamp is illegible. A black postage stamp reads "Denver, Colo. Aug 23 2:30AM 1910." A second black...
Dates: 1910 August 23
Overview Hand-addressed envelope to "Dr. C. D. Spivak [Sanatorium] of [the JCRS] Edgewater, Colo" dated "FEB 18 1909." The envelope, found in JCRS Patient #956 A. Tarashinsky's record, has a red U.S. two cent postage stamp and "Isidore Hurwitz Library" is written at the bottom of the envelope [sic]. The envelope is not signed.
Dates: 1909 Febuary 18
Overview Typed excerpt from letter to Dr. C.D. Spivak from Mrs. Florence E. Shapiro, Secretary of the New York Ladies Auxillary of JCRS, concerning Harry Kotkis. The letter is written to express that Kotkis being admitted "as soon as possible" is not in line with a previous case brought to JCRS by Mrs. Bloch where that patient was admitted in 5 days. Shapiro writes that she expects the same to be done in this case and that "your institution will not be the loser when we hear he is admitted." Excerpt is...
Dates: 1911 April 29
Overview Handwritten application in pencil for admittance to JCRS for Fannie Tamerson. It includes information such as her place of birth (New York), and occupation (none). She was single and had no children. She had no means of support, and her nearest relatvies were a father, mother and brother in Alabama. On the backside it is written that she was admitted on September 5, 1910 and left on January 13, 1913.
Dates: 1910 August 12
Overview Francis Poutre stands in front of a plane. The photo was sent to Peggy Feldman in a letter from Poutre. Peggy was the wife of Burton Feldman, a writer, scholar, and Professor at the University of Denver.
Overview Handwritten Yiddish letter in black ink on lined paper from B. Ginsburg. Letter is entirely in Yiddish except for Barnet Ginsburg's signature and address, 196 Chatham street, Rochester, New York. Letter is not dated.
Overview Application for admission to JCRS filled out by hand in ink for Hyman Gumple. Information on the form includes his age, birth place, occupation, residence, previous residence, marital status, previous hospital stays, nearest relatives, and signed by Hyman Gumple. At the bottom of the page, the section "Recommendation," is left blank. The back of the form has section entitled "Report of Medical Examiner," which states that the examination took place July 12th, 1910, found Hyman Gumple suffered...
Dates: 1910 July 11-1910 August 6
Overview New York Post-Graduate Medical School and Hospital Dispensary identification card for Louis Sosno. Card includes his name, age, address, date and room number. On the back are notes about the patient.