Tuberculosis -- Hospitals -- Denver (Colo.)
Subject Source: Local sources
Found in 65 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Bill from Michaelson's Men's and Boy's Clothing for $10 for Louis Bernstein care of Dr. C.D. Spivak.
Dates: 1910 November 01
Overview Copy of letter from Dr. William Hollkowitz to Dr. Philip Hillkowitz inquiring whether it would be within policy to admit Mr. Louis Berstein. He is too advanced to be admitted to the national sanatorium. He is also a fugitive who swindled money from foreigners. He is also wondering if Dr. Bogen of The United Jewish Charities of Cincinnati has written about the case.
Dates: 1910 August 24
Overview Excerpt from Jewish Charities, detailing the case of Louis Bernstein, a fugitive who had tuberculosis.
Overview Excerpt from letter from Dr. H. Schwatt to Dr. Charles Spivak informing him about the status of patients in the Sanatorium who have been there some time are not improving, and will not improve by remaining at th Sanatorium. Mr. Louis Bernstein is on the list.
Dates: 1911 April 14
Overview Health report on Louis Bernstein, who was admitted on 10/6/10. Temperature is now normal, weight is 124, general condition is improved. Lung condition is not improved. Report is dated in pencil.
Dates: 1911 May 06
Overview Typed letter from Boris Bogen, Superintendent of the United Jewish Charities of Cincinnati, to Dr. Philip Hillkowitz asking him for his assistance in the case of Louis Bernstein, a fugitive with tuberculosis assisted by charities in Cincinnati, who refuses treatment and expects to find treatment in Denver. Jewish Charities published a story about Louis Bernstein, and now, Bernstein expects to receive treatment in Denver. Bogen is hoepful he will find admission to the hospital. Letter is signed...
Dates: 1910 August 26
Overview Typed letter from Mr. Clark Carter, secretary of the Lawrence City Mission, inquiring about Mr. Louis Bernstein, who was a patient at the Sanatorium. Mr. Clark is inquiring whether Dr. Spivak knows whether or not Mr. Bernstein, who is employed in Denver, is able to support his family if they were to be sent to Denver from Massachusetts. The Overseers of the Poor refuse to spend the money to send the family to Denver for fear the Mr. Bernstein won't be able to support them or will die from...
Dates: 1912 April 16
Overview Typed letter from Mr. Clark Carter to Dr. Charles Spivak clarifying the Louis Bernstein in question, and provides information such as his wife's name, the names of his children, as well as the last known P.O. Box in Colorado. Letter is signed and dated.
Dates: 1912 April 26
Overview Typed letter from Mr. Clark Carter to Dr. Charles Spivak inquiring about the examination of Mr. Louis Bernstein. The mission is awaiting the report to make their decision concerning Bernstein's family. Letter is signed and dated.
Dates: 1912 June 10
Overview Typed letter from Clark Carter to Dr. Charles Spivak informing him that he forwarded his letter with Mr. Bernstein's health report, and that he received a reply from the Public Health and Charities for the City of Lawrence, which does not feel that the city is in the position to pay the expense necessary to transport the Bernstein family to Denver. Mr. Carter writes that unless the family is assisted by friends, they will remain in Lawrence. Letter is signed and dated.
Dates: 1912 July 05