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Tuberculosis -- Patients

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3213 Collections and/or Records:

Excerpt from H. Masliansky's Letter, 1911 September 28

Identifier: B002.01.0104.0152.00002

Excerpt of a letter from H. Masliansky that C.D. Spivak made note of. The excerpt explains that David Gordon should be the next patient admitted to the sanatorium. It also states that Gordon was from Port Chester, New York and Gordon claims he filed his application in Denver months ago.

Dates: 1911 September 28

Excerpt from H. Masliansky's Letter, 1911 October 4

Identifier: B002.01.0104.0152.00004

Excerpt of a letter from H. Masliansky that C.D. Spivak made note of. Masliansky stated that he would like Gordon admitted at once because the Port Chester community that Gordon is from promised to reciprocate their kindness.

Dates: 1911 October 4

Excerpt from I. Cohen's letter, 1910 July 17

Identifier: B002.01.0102.0162.00006

Typed excerpt from a letter that I. Cohen wrote. The top of the excerpt states, “From the letter of I. Cohen, Sec’y., Court Spinoza No. 102 F. of A. New Britain, Conn. In regard to Herman Berkowitz.” The excerpt taken from Cohen’s letter states that he wanted to ask Spivak a favor regarding Berkowitz’s admission to JCRS. Cohen also says that Berkowitz’s brother is one of the most respected citizens in his city and he contributes ten dollars annually to the sanatorium.

Dates: 1910 July 17

Excerpt from Letter of G. Laufman, 1910 September 23

Identifier: B002.01.0102.0061.00017

Typed excerpt from letter of G. Laufman, Sept. 23/10 Cleveland, Ohio, in which he appeals and asks for Bessie Fechter to stay in the sanatorium for there is no one to help her out and she is penniless. He asks for her to stay there longer. Excerpt is unsigned.

Dates: 1910 September 23

Excerpt from letter of S. Wolfenstein to C.D. Spivak, 1910 February 21

Identifier: B002.01.0102.0085.00011

Typed excerpt of a letter from S. Wolfenstein to C.D. Spivak regarding the acceptance of Ben Lorenz into the Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society. Wolfenstein thanks Spivak for his consideration and acknowledges the fact that Spivak is overwhelmed with applications, therefore, he will not press Spivak on the matter any longer.

Dates: 1910 February 21

Excerpt from letter to Dr. Schwatt, 1912 July 8

Identifier: B002.01.0102.0128.00004

Typed excerpt from a letter that was sent to Dr. Schwatt asking for information about patient Sam Karlsbad. The excerpt states that Karlsbad died a few months after he left the sanatorium. The note continues to say that there is not a single entry on his application; therefore, whatever information Schwatt can provide about Karlsbad will be greatly appreciated.

Dates: 1912 July 8

Excerpt of a Letter from S.S. Garson, 1910 February 2

Identifier: B002.01.0102.0036.00014

Excerpt of a letter from S.S. Garson stating that they contributed $2.00 towards Mrs. Ziegler's rent and requests $1.00 from Spivak.

Dates: 1910 February 2

Excerpt of letter from E. Rothman to C.D. Spivak, 1914 August 20

Identifier: B002.01.0102.0120.00008

Excerpt from a letter sent from E. Rothman to JCRS. The excerpt mentions that expatient, Benjamin Rothman is now in Prescott Arizona for a couple of months while it is very hot there.

Dates: 1914 August 20

Excerpt of Letter from H. Masliansky, undated

Identifier: B002.01.0102.0064.00004

Typed excerpt of letter from Rev. H. Masliansky to Dr. Charles Spivak. It reads "Mr. Michael Leckstein, of 229 Clinton St., will call at your office within a few days. I hope that he will be admitted within six weeks." Excerpt is unsigned and undated.

Dates: undated

Excerpt of Letter from H. Masliansky to C.D. Spivak, 1911 April 7

Identifier: B002.01.0102.0036.00026
Abstract Excerpt of a letter from H. Masliansky to C.D. Spivak. Masliansky states in the letter that there are reports concerning JCRS. One being a young resident from Denver by the name Goodstein shared some gruesome facts about the sanatorium to Masliansky and other people. Masliansky also complains about ex-patient Abe Billen and says that he has been visiting all of the societies and lodges with heartrending stories. Masliansky makes a point that the woman’s stories from Denver and Billen’s...
Dates: 1911 April 7