New York (State)
Subject Source: Lcnaf
Found in 578 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Handwritten letter from A. Jusskowitz to C.D. Spivak. She asks to have the doctor who treated Emil Jusskowitz fill out an enclosed form. She apologizes for the problems she has caused with the favor, but needs the form quickly. She also provides explicit instructions about how to send the enclosed mail back. She provided $1.00 for the trouble of mailing the item as well.
Dates: 1910 October 8
Overview Handwritten letter from A. Kessler in New York, New York, to Dr. C.D. Spivak, stating that Spivak's letter informing him that his brother-in-law, Elias Berger, has been taken in to the Sanatorium at hand. He thanks him for his kindness and assures him that words cannot express his appreciation. Trusting that the invalid will regain his health and be restored to his family, he is with utmost sincerity his. Letter is signed A. Kessler.
Dates: 1908 August 31
Overview Typed letter on Ratner Brothers Fairy Underwear letterhead from Aaron Ratner in New York to Mr. S. Bloomgarden in Brooklyn, New York introducing Miss Mary Luria in the hopes that Mr. S. Bloomgarden may be able to help Miss Luria seek medical help in Denver, Colorado. Aaron Ratner recommends Mary Luria because "She worked very hard in different shops and at the end she took up a nurse's course at the Beth Israel Hospital" until she became sick. Ratner requests of S. Bloomgarden "to use all the...
Dates: 1908 September 14
Overview Typed letter from Abraham S. Schomer in New York, New York to C.D. Spivack [Spivak] in Denver, Colorado thanks Spivak for his letter from the 9th, in which Spivak informed Schomer that Miss Gertrude Kaplan had been admitted to JCRS Sanatorium. Schomer informs that he believes Miss Kaplan is a very deserving case and "she will be indebted for her life." Requests Spivak convey Schomers thanks to the directors of the Society for their action in this case. Letter is signed in black ink by Abraham...
Dates: 1909 March 13
Overview Typed letter from Abraham S. Schomer in New York, New York to Dr. I. Hilkowitz [Philip Hillkowitz] in Denver, Colorado introduces Miss Gertrude Kaplan of New York. Schomer informs that "according to the advise of physicians is in need of treatment" at JCRS Sanatorium. Letter is signed by Abraham S. Schomer.
Dates: 1909 January 25
Letter from A.D. Joffe, A.J. Samuelsohn, R. Goldstein, and Mrs. Bernard Rose to C.D. Spivak, 1908 December 6
Overview Typed letter from A.D. Joffe, A.J. Samuelsohn, R. Goldstein, and Mrs. Bernard Rose in Rochester, New York to Dr. C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado. Letter introduces Mr. B. Ginsburg and informs that doctors in New York have advised Mr. Ginsburg to leave for Denver, and requests the Spivak and the JCRS office to do all they can to accomodate him. Letter is signed in black ink, "A.D. Joffe, A.J. Samuelsohn, R. Goldstein, Mrs. Bernard Rose." Post Script reads "This young man is the same one that the...
Dates: 1908 December 6
Overview Handwritten letter in black ink from Adolph Jacobs in Bronx, New York to C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado thanks Spivak for his letter regarding his wife's sickness and said that he did not know of the fact until he received Spivak's letter. Requests just how his wife, Annie Jacob, is feeling in regards to her lung trouble and if she is able to come to New York. Also requests Spivak to send her if possible. Letter is signed by A. Jacobs.
Dates: 1909 August 20
Overview Handwritten letter from A.H. Goodman in New York, New York to C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado informs that the bearer of this letter is Miss Gertrude Kaplan and she is afflicted with tuberculosis. A.H. Goodman informs that "after spending time in different [illegible]" but without proper improvement her doctors advise that she move to Denver where the climate would be of great benefit to Gertrude Kaplan and hopefully she may return home. Informs that any assistance from the Sanatorium would be...
Dates: 1909 January 21
Overview Handwritten letter from A.H. Goodman in New York to C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado informs that the bearer, Mr. Joseph Silverstein, has been recommended to Denver or the best possible climate for his condition, namely secondary pulmonary tuberculosis. Goodman writes that any courtesy on Spivak's part towards facilitating Silverstein's admission to the Sanatorium will be greatly appreciated. Letter is signed by A.H. Goodman, DDS.
Overview Handwritten letter in ink on Dr. A.H. Goodman, Surgeon Dentist, letterhead from A.N. Goodman in New York, to Dr. Spivak. Dr. Goodman requests pardon for his wordy acknowledgment for the receipt of the first installment in reference to Mr. Samuel Rappaport. Letter thanks Dr. Spivak for his courtesy extended to him in reference of the matter and states kindest wishes for success [in the] Sanitorium. Letter is signed A.H. Goodman.
Dates: 1908 December 21