Tuberculosis -- Patients
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4414 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Handwritten bill for hospital expenses in ink for Victoria Teplitzky to Steele Hospital. Expenses are read as "To board and care"; "10.00, 7.00, 7.00, 7.00, 7.00, 6.00"; totaling $34.00. On 6/16/1910, $18 was paid, so the balance is $19.00.
Overview Bill from G. Levenson to C.D. Spivak for Marcou's room and board. The bill states that Marcou stayed for eight weeks and four days from February 20th until April 20th, at a rate of $5.50 per week. The total amount of the bill comes to $47.20
Overview Bill of exchange for three days of room and board for Bennie Levy, care of C.D. Spivak. Bill is dated.
Overview Handwritten bill of expenses from Mrs. F. Rothberg to Joseph Gorman in care of Dr. Spivak. It reads "6 days board and room from August 28th to September 3th at 85 cent day, $5.10. Received payment in full" and it's signed by Mrs. F. Rothberg.
Overview Bill from Mrs. G. Levenson to C.D. Spivak. The bill addresses the board and lodging of J. Mallinger from January 10th to January 19th, 1911. The amount comes to $7.10.
Overview Bill from Mrs. G. Levenson to L. Quint in care of C.D. Spivak. The bill states Quint is charged for board and room from January 5th to January 23rd. The rate was $5.50 for two weeks and 80 cents a day for five days. The total amount comes to $15.00 for boarding.
Overview Bill from Mrs. G. Levenson to L. Quint in care of C.D. Spivak. The bill states Quint is charged for six weeks of board and room from November 24th to January 5th. The cost for boarding is priced at $5.50 per week for a total of $33.00.
Overview Duplicate bill from Golden Hill Cemetery detailing the price of items related to the burial of Morris Goldstein. Items listed on the bill includes a hearse, grave, digging, undertaker, Bal Misaskim, and Tachrichem for a total of $31.50.
Overview A bill for JCRS which covers ten days of Morris Rabinowitz's boarding.
Overview Bill from the Postal Telegraph-Cable Company. The bill instructs Spivak to pay .80 cents because the Jewish Aid Society refused payment of the telegraph he sent to them on April 16th, 1910.