Tuberculosis -- Patients
Found in 3213 Collections and/or Records:
Envelope, 1923 October 17
Ripped envelope with "J. Petrover Sighetul-Marmati-Romania" printed in the left corner. 10/17/23 is stamped on the back.
Envelope, 1910 May 21
Stationary from the New Howard Hotel in Baltimore, Maryland, addressed to Dr. Charles Spivak. Envelope is stamped and dated May 21, 1910 at 5pm.
Envelope from G. Belitzer to C.D. Spivak, 1910 May 12
Empty envelope addressed to Mr. C.D. Spivak from G. Belitzer. The postmark is from Dallas, Texas on May 12 at 10:30AM, 1910.
Envelope from Geo. Bettcher to Mr. Sneider, 1966 May 5
Front side of an envelope addressed to Mr. Sneider in Denver, Colorado. The verso of the envelope lists Frank Sneiderman with the date of his death and a note to call a man named Harry with his home and business number.
Envelope from J. Axelrod to JCRS, 1910 June 6
Empty envelope addressed to the Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society in Denver, Colorado from Dallas, Texas at 12:30pm. There are six, red stamps worth two cents across the top and one stamp inside the envelope.
Envelope from JCRS to L. Teplitzky, undated
JCRS envelope adressed to Mr. L. Teplitzky, 1459 Irving Str.
Envelope from JCRS to M. Doctor, 1910 September 16
JCRS envelope to Millie Doctor, with stamps saying "not claimed", "not at new number", and "returned".
Envelope from JCRS to S. Lieberman, undated
JCRS envelope handwritten in pen "Mrs Lieberman C/O Mr. Karsh, 1465 Blvd F."
Envelope from JCRS to S. Yudelowitz, 1910 April 26
Empty envelope from JCRS to Sarah Yudelowitz. The envelope has a stamp on the front in the shape of a pointing finger that says, "Returned to writer unclaimed from Detroit Mich." There are several dates stamped on the front and back of the envelope from its time travelling.
Art book with black cover and cut-out title written and designed by Ashley Longenecker, a student in Martin Mendelsberg's Visual Sequencing class at Rocky Mountain School of Art and Design. Based on the life of Esther Eisenberg, tuberculosis patient at the Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society.