New York (State)
Subject Source: Lcnaf
Found in 578 Collections and/or Records:
Overview JCRS Application for Admittance filled out in ink for Patient #958 I. Stoller "[t]o the Executive Committee of the Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society, Denver, Colorado" dated "Jan 21, 1908" [sic]. The application includes patient's name, sex, age, place of birth, occupation, residential information, medical information, marital status, number and ages of children, and nearest relatives or friends; "Wife Sophie Stoller 238 Clinton St New York - Cousin [M.] Philips 8 North Front Baltimore Md"...
Dates: 1908 January 21
Overview JCRS Application filled out by hand in ink for Jacob Silverstein. Information on the form includes his age, birth place, occupation, residence, marital status, children's ages, nearest relatives, and signed by Jacob Silverstein. At the bottom of the page is a section entitled "Recommendation," which is left blank. The back of the form has a section called "Report of Medical Examiner" which states that the examination took place on August 8th, 1910 and found Silverstein to be an incipient case...
Dates: 1910 August 3-1910 December 21
Overview Application for admittance to JCRS filled out in ink for Jennie Davis. Information on the form includes her age, place of birth, occupation, residence, marital status, nearest relatives, and signed by Jennie Davis. At the bottom of the page, under "Recommendation," is a name, which reads "Isidore Hurwitz." The back of the form has section entitled "Report of Medical Examiner" which is left blank. The middle section of the back is a form filled out by hand in ink. It reads "Application no. 1016,...
Dates: 1909 January 8
Overview John Chapman (1900-1972), nicknamed ''Old Frostface'' by the press and ''The Curmudgeon'' by affectionate colleagues, was a drama critic for the New York Daily News in the 1930s through the 1950s. Chapman spent some time reviewing movies in Hollywood, but his base was always in Manhattan. He and his wife Georgia also maintained a home in Westport, Connecticut. He was the son of Arthur Chapman, a Denver, Colorado newspaperman best known for his poem ''Out Where the West Begins.'' The bulk of...
Overview Typed letter from A. Cahan to C.D. Spivak regarding the admission of Harry Kantor as a patient to JCRS. He begins the letter by introducing Harry's father, Abraham Kantor who was a business manager for the "Forward" and a publisher of the "Volkszeitung". He explains that Harry's father is unable to support him in Denver, but the young boy needs to be taken care of for a few months until he can work for himself. Cahan emphasizes that Harry is an intelligent man and will be able to find work in...
Dates: 1910 March 25
Overview Handwritten letter from A. Frankel in Rochester, New York to C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado informs this letter is a response to a previous letter from Spivak. Replies that Sam Trotsky has been sent to Denver at the expense of the Sons of Israel Lodge #311 because Trotsky's physician insisted that he must travel to Colorado. Frankel informs that while the lodge has provided for Trotsky's fare Frankel knows that it may be some time before the patient can be admitted to the JCRS Sanatorium and...
Dates: 1909 March 8
Overview Handwritten letter in black ink from A. Frankel in Rochester, New York to C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado informs that a member of the Sons of Israel Lodge #311, the lodge A. Frankel is secretary of, has been sent to Denver as he is afflicted with tuberculosis. Informs that Trotsky will apply for admittance to JCRS Sanatorium once he arrives in Denver and Frankel expresses his wish that Spivak will accept Trotsky as a patient as soon as the Sanatorium has space for him. Informs that in the...
Dates: 1909 February 22
Overview Handwritten letter in black ink from A. Frankel, Secretary of the Sons of Israel Lodge #311, in Rochester, New York to C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado introduces a Mr. Samuel Trotsky. Frankel informs that Trotsky is a member of the Sons of Israel lodge and is afflicted with tuberculosis and wishes to be admitted to the JCRS Sanatorium as soon as there is space for him. Frankel informs that he hopes Spivak will accept Trotsky and do everything possible for the man while he stays at the...
Dates: 1909 February 24
Overview Typed letter from A. Gordon and Brother in Brooklyn, New York addressed to the Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society in Denver, Colorado informs that Mr. Samuel Ledgen[sic] is stricken with tuberculosis. Letter appeals to JCRS on behalf of Sam Ledgin, as his condition is hopeless and he is an orphaned young man in poor circumstances. Letter is signed by 11 people but only A. Gordon and Brother, Henry Bloomgarden, Platte Brothers, and Hebrew Publishing Co. are legible.
Dates: 1908 December 28