Tuberculosis -- Hospitals -- Denver (Colo.)
Subject Source: Local sources
Found in 4394 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Handwritten letter from Mrs. S.K Friedman to Dr. Charles Spivak inquiring about the health of Moses Lesser. He has written to Savannah twice claiming that he does not have Tuberculosis and wishes to travel home to Georgia. S.K. Friedman does not believe this and wishes to hear from the doctors. Letter is signed and dated.
Overview Handwritten letter from S.K. Friedman to Dr. Charles Spivak asking the JCRS to care for Moses Lesser until the end of the summer. There will be no support for him in Savannah until October. Letter is signed and dated.
Overview Handwritten letter from S.L. Bresler, secretary of the State of Colorado Board of Pharmacy, imploring C.D. Spivak to admit Etta Grossman to the sanatorium of JCRS. She is very sick with tuberculosis and her parents, who were once well off, are now destitute. Letter is signed and dated.
Overview Handwritten letter from Mr. Samuel L. Davidson to Dr. Charles Spivak confirming the payment of $.50 was received.
Overview Letter from Sol Laudsberg to JCRS Secretary, Dr. C. D. Spivak asking for the reason behind their notification of Mrs. Esther Shotz's invitation to the Sanatorium.
Overview Handwritten letter from S.R. Zwetow to JCRS. Zwetow tells JCRS staff that his letter certifies that Jennie Rapaport is the wife of Nathan Rapaport who died at the sanatorium on November 18, 1911.
Overview Handwritten letter in ink from S.S. Garson to C.D. Spivak, in which he sens the bill of Clara Tochman's room and board, and states she is 2 weeks behind in payments. Letter is signed by S.S. Garson.
Overview Handwritten letter from S.S. Garson to Dr. Spivak, in which he sends the bill for Herman Goldstein's room and board, and asks for him to send it to Savannah, Georgia. Letter is signed by S.S. Garson.
Overview Handwritten letter from S.S. Garson to C.D. Spivak. Garson tells Spivak that Abe Billen ended up boarding with them for three weeks instead of one week, which Spivak told Garson over the phone. Garson also tells Spivak that they have contributed $1.50 towards Mrs. Zigler's boarding and is willing to contribute another fifty cents. Garson asks Spivak if he can at least pay for one week of Billen's room and board, as well as one dollar towards Mrs. Zigler's room and board.
Overview Two pages handwritten letter in pen from S.S. Garson to Dr. Charles Spivak, in which he apologizes for the what he said in the former letter, and he also states that Dr. Spivak is not to blame. Letter is signed by S.S. Garson.