Tuberculosis -- Patients
Found in 3191 Collections and/or Records:
Emergency application for admission to JCRS hanwritten in pen for Annie Hornstein. The form have information on her age, place of birth, and marital status. She had been in the National Jewish Hospital prior to the JCRS, and she had been sick for four years. Her nearest relative was her husband, Gus Hornstein, 1523 Decatur Street. Form is signed by Annie Hornstein. The back side of the form states that she was admitted on November 11, 1909, and discharged on November 21, 1909.
Application for admittance to JCRS for Harry Michaels, of Colorado Springs, Colorado (formerly Brooklyn, N.Y. and London, England).
Handwritten application for admittance to the JCRS in pen for Hyman Osherofsky, with information such as age (19), place of birth (Russia), and ocupation (Operator). His nearest relative is his father, in N.Y.C. The form is signed by H. Osherofsky. On the the back side it is written he had stage III tuberculosis, advanced case, both lungs involved. It is also written he was admitted on December 30, 1909, and he died on January 13, 1910.
Handwritten application for sponsorship with JCRS New York letterhead. "It reads Name: Michael Leckstein, Address: 276 Monroe St. N.Y. City, Age: 26 Years, Occupation: Taylor, Married: Yes, Nativity: Russia, Duration of Disease: 18 Months, Ever been to hospital or sanatorium: No, Member of Lodge or Society: No."
Art book with yellow softcover, cream colored pages; written, designed and created by Michael Arestad student in Martin Mendelsberg's Visual Sequencing class at Rocky Mountain School of Art and Design. Inspired by the life of Myron Freide a tuberculosis patient at the Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society, #9568.
Art book with a cardboard cover, written and designed by Ashley Hall, a student in Martin Mendelsberg's Visual Sequencing class at Rocky Mountain School of Art and Design.
Application form of Banjamin Wigatow for admission as a patient to the Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society. He was age 21 at the time of the application. He was born in Russia and immigrated to the United States in 1906. He lived in New York City when he contracted tuberculosis. He had been sick for five months upon his arrival to Denver, Colorado. His occupation states he worked as a cigar maker. The verso of the application does not state any admission or discharge dates.
Handwritten application in ink for admittance to the JCRS for "Barnie Isenberg". It includes information such as age (34), and place of birth (Russia). He was married and had one child, and had been in the National Jewish Hospital. On the backside it is written he was admitted as an emergency case on January 15, 1910, and he was discharged on September 14, 1910.