New York (N.Y.)
Subject Source: Lcnaf
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Typed letter to "Mr. Charles Meshel, 39 East 12th Str., New York, N. Y." from Dr. Spivak dated "Mar. 4. 1909" [sic]. The letter is a response to C. Meshel's letter requesting an extension for Patient #956 A. Tarashinsky. Dr. Spivak relays that he can comply partially to this request and allow A. Tarashinsky to stay at the Sanatorium until April 15th, but that he does not advise Tarashinsky to leave Denver for New York as this might be risky for his lungs' health. The letter is not signed but...
Overview Typed letter to C. Meshel in NYC from Dr. Spivak dated December 10th, 1908. The letter informs C. Meshel that A. [Tarashinsky] was accepted to join the JCRS Sanatorium for his health and well-being. The letter is not signed but Secretary is typed at the bottom.
Overview Typed two-page letter to C. Meshel in New York City from Dr. Spivak in Denver dated September 30th, 1908. The letter first attends to a matter regarding the Meshel's family, then goes on to the case of A. Tarashinsky. Spivak relays the message that "there is absolutely no vacancy in [JCRS]," that this is typical for holidays, and that Meshel should not expect a vacant bed to become available until November 1st. Furthermore, Spivak explains the policy of JCRS that is to not accept applictions...
Overview Handwritten letter in ink to Dr. Spivak in Denver from C. Meshel on letterhead that states, "THE FUR BARGAIN HOUSE ESTABLISHED 1885 PHONE-5410 SPRING. CHARLES MESHEL MANUFACTURING FURRIER 109 MERCER ST. New York" dated "Feb 25 1909" [sic]. The letter asks for an extention of A. Tarashinsky's Sanatorium stay on behalf of C. Meshel and R. Tarashinsky. The letter also repeatedly thanks Dr. Spivak for what has been done thus far for A. Tarashinsky, and trusts Spivak will do his best in granting the...
Overview Handwritten letter in ink to Dr. Spivak in Denver from C. Meshel on templated letterhead that states, "CHARLES MESHEL MANUFACTURING FURRIER...New York" dated "Nov. 23 1908" [sic]. The letter begs that Dr. Spivak please do C. Meshel a favor and place the poor A. Tarashinsky in the Sanatorium. The letter invokes the Lord, goodness, blessings, Mrs. Tarashinsky, and the children to further the cause of A. Tarashinsky. The letter is signed Ch Meshel.
Overview Handwritten letter in ink addressed to "Dr.C.D. Spivak...[JCRS] Edgewater" from R. Tarashinsky on "205 E. 7th St." [NYC] dated "Mar. 17,'09" [sic]. The letter informs Spivak that R. Tarashinsky received Spivak's message that her husband, A. Tarashinsky, has been granted an extention to his stay in the JCRS Sanatorium until April 15th. R. Tarashinsky; however, wishes to ask Spivak if her husband is healthy enough to come back to New York earlier than April 15th. The letter is signed Rebecca...
Overview Handwritten letter in black ink on blue-lined paper to [Dr. Spivak] from R. Tarashinsky in NYC dated February 18, 1909. The letter gives great thanks to Dr. Spivak for getting A. Tarashinsky into the JCRS Sanatorium. R. Tarashinsky asks for one more favor: That A. Tarashinsky be allotted two to three more months time to recover his health in the Sanatorium. The letter is signed R. Tarashinsky.
Overview Typed letter to "Mrs. Rebecca Tarashinsky, 205 E. 7th Str., New York, N. Y." from Dr. Spivak in Denver dated "Apr. 9. 1909" [sic]. The letter is a response regarding A. Tarashinsky, asking if he can come home to New York. Spivak states that the Superintendent has advised against Mr. Tarashinsky leaving the JCRS Sanatorium as to give him more recovery time. The letter is not signed but Secretary is typed at the bottom.
Overview Typed letter to R. [Tarashinsky] in NYC from Dr. Spivak dated March 4th, 1909. The letter informs R. Tarashinsky that her husband A. Tarashinsky has been granted an extension to his JCRS Sanatorium stay until April 15th, 1909 for his health and well-being. The letter is not signed but Secretary is typed at the bottom.
Overview Typed letter to R. [Tarashinsky] in New York City from Dr. Spivak dated December 10th, 1908. The letter informs R. Tarashinsky that her husband A. Tarashinsky was accepted to join the JCRS for his health and well-being. The letter is not signed but Secretary is typed at the bottom.