Tuberculosis -- Patients
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Abstract Typed letter from N. Mosessohn to the president of the Jewish Relief Society in Denver, Meyer Friedman. Mosessohn reminds Friedman that JCRS does not need to send copies of his letters because he keeps record of all of his correspondences. He then explains the reasoning why he sent Mr. Nagler to JCRS. His society had done everything they could to help him get better, including paying for his board, clothing, and lodging. Nagler would have been put on the streets of Portland because hospitals...
Dates: 1910 December 29