Tuberculosis -- Hospitals -- Denver (Colo.)
Subject Source: Local sources
Found in 4394 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Typed letter from S.B. Komaiko to Dr. Spivak in which he introduces him to Joseph Gorman. Letter is signed by S.B. Komaiko.
Overview Handwritten letter on Romanian American Lodge, No. 202, from Sam B. Lynchiz, secretary of the lodge, to Dr. Charles Spivak, imploring him to admit and care for Mr. Louis Bernstein. Letter is signed and dated.
Overview Handwritten letter from S.B. Mulstern to JCRS, on behalf of President H.W. Koursh and Secretary Wolf Keller. Mulstern writes that the president and officer of the Congregation Abraham requests that JCRS accepts Dave Yudelowitz as a patient because he is very sick. Mulstern hopes for their prompt attention to the matter and signs the letter with all three signatures from the congregation.
Overview Handwritten letter from Dr. Samuel Levin to Dr. Charles Spivak, thanking him for admitting his sister, Jennie Spiegel, to the sanatorium. In the letter, he is thinking about why there are so many cases of Tuberculosis in Alliance. Levin thinks that it because there are so many people moving to Alliance from New York City. The letter is signed and dated.
Overview Handwritten letter from Dr. Samuel Levin to Dr. Charles Spivak, inquiring about the health of his sister, Jennie Spiegel. Letter is dated and signed.
Overview Handwritten letter in ink by Samuel F. Levin, M.D., 910 North 8th Street, Philadelphia, PA, to Dr. Charles Spivak, in which he asks about the condition of his sister. Letter is signed S.F. Levin.
Overview Written letter from Mrs. S.H. Fisher to Dr. Charles Spivak, inquiring about the death and burial place of Mr. Max Hamburger. The letter is written on stationary from the New Howard Hotel, is faded and difficult to read. Letter is signed and dated.
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Overview Handwritten letter from Mrs. S.H. Fisher to Dr. Charles Spivak requesting that her brother, Mr. Max Hamburger's tombstone has his name, age, and date of death. Letter is dated and signed.
Overview Handwritten letter from S.K Friedman to Dr. Charles Spivak, informing him that they will send Moses Lesser to Denver in the next week, but they do not know how he will be able to support himself in Denver for weeks before admittance. Letter is signed and dated.