Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 89 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract 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.
Dates: 1910 April 17
Abstract Toll from the Postal Telegraph-Cable Company to C.D Spivak. The bill states that Sarah Yudelowitz could not be found and did not pay the toll for the telegraph that Spivak sent her. The toll amounts to $75.00.
Dates: 1910 April 23
Abstract A bill from The Western Union Telegraph Company instructing Spivak to pay $1.13 because J. Levitt did not have the change to pay for the telegram.
Dates: 1912 January 8
Abstract Bob Richardson, executive director of the Colorado Railroad Museum, shares his knowledge and expertise regarding the history of railroads in the West, railroad unions, and the working conditions and compensation of railroad workers. Also discusses the importance of railroads for the development of Colorado.
Dates: Date Not Yet Determined
Abstract Western Union Telegraph Company Night Message from Julius Guttman in St. Louis, Missouri, to Dr. C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado, requesting to please have Hyman Wernick [Wernyck] buried as a charity case, as his brother is unable to pay expense.
Dates: 1908 September 1
Night Message Telegraph from Mrs. Molly Rabbineck to Jewish Consumptive [Consumptives'] Relief Society, 1909 December 4
Abstract Western Union Telegraph Company Night Message telegraph from Mrs. Molly Rabbineck in New York, New York, to Jewish Consumptive [Consumptives'] Relief Society in Edgewater, Colorado. Telegraph requests to give Rappaport a reasonable burial and wire cost, will pay Masliansky.
Dates: 1909 December 4
Abstract Night telegram from Mrs. Slotnick to C.D. Spivak. She informs him that she is unable to take David Slotnick to New York. She asks Spivak to please bury his body in Denver. She also wants Spivak to inform her when they will bury him.
Dates: 1910 July 19
Abstract Typed note from JCRS regarding F. Schneiderman’s case. The note states that Schneiderman was an applicant at N.J.H. but he was rejected because he was too sick. The note also states that when he was asked for two signatures to sign his JCRS application he did not know anyone that could do that for him, but he did bring a telegram to serve as a recommendation. There is also a note written in pencil that states that JCRS is paying $3.00 a week for the support of Schneiderman’s family. There is...
Dates: 1910 May 24
Abstract Receipt from the United States Express Company for the shipping of Sam Blumberg's remains. The front reads "United States Express Co., Forwarders of Merchandise and Valuables by Fast Express Passenger Trains and Steamships to all Parts of the World." On the back it reads handwritten in pencil, the JCRS in Denver, Colorado, shipped Sam Blumberg to Rosie Blumberg in Cincinnati, Ohio. Written in pencil it reads "Paid 4.88."
Dates: 1909 November 8
Abstract Telegraph from the Postal Telegraph-Cable Company, to C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado, requesting to call the office to make a telegraphic money transfer. If Spivak does not answer within 72 hours, the money will be retruend to the sender.
Dates: 1910 January 17