New York (N.Y.)
Subject Source: Lcnaf
Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Typed letter to the Denver JCRS from Lena Gottlieb in New York, NY [with "COPY." typed at the top] dated November 25th, 1908. The letter asks JCRS to send another Death Certificate and "undertakers affidavit" for M. Gottlieb's death. Lena explains that the first copy was not completely correct, noting the changes in M. Gottlieb's age, occupation, and medical record for the second copy. Lena also requests that JCRS hold onto M. Gottlieb's watch because she will "send [the] balance due for...
Overview Handwritten letter to JCRS from L. Gottlieb in New York, NY dated November 25th, 1908. The letter requests a second death certificate and undertaker affidavit for the death of M. Gottlieb, as the first copy had some corrections that could contest the insurance for Lena Gottlieb. Lena also asks that JCRS hold M. Gottlieb's watch, and send it to Lena after the insurance is collected and she can pay the funeral balance owed JCRS. The letter is signed Lena Gottlieb.
Overview Typed letter to the Denver JCRS from S. Kahan in New York dated November 7, 1908. The letter explains that Lena Gottlieb from New York City has retained Kahan as her attorney to recover insurance from M. Gottlieb's death. The letter asks for an affidavit of the undertaker and a death certificate in order for Kahan to obtain the insurance, and states, "Any expenses which you may incur by reason of obtaining these certificates, you will please add to [Kahan's] bill." The letter is signed S.Kahan.
Overview Typed letter to Mrs. Morris [Lena] Gottlieb in New York City from Dr. Spivak dated October 21st, 1908. The letter explains the story of Morris Gottlieb's death, and the little information that was gathered from the man in his one day in attendance at the Sanatorium before he died. There is a postscript that states, "We will send you a [funeral expenses] bill...and some of the things left by your husband, later on." The letter is not signed but Secretary is typed at the bottom.
Overview Typed letter to L. Gottlieb from Dr. Spivak dated September 2, 1909. In the letter Spivak advises Gottlieb to order a headstone from a local seller rather than sending one from New York. He suggests that Gottlieb contact Donald Harold to purchase the stone.
Overview Typed letter to L. Gottlieb in New York City from Dr. Spivak dated January 5th, 1909. The letter reads, "Kindly remit us $1.50 for Death Certificate sent to you on the 8th of December in compliance with your request. Your attention in this matter will oblige." The letter is not signed but Secretary is typed at the bottom.
Overview Typed letter to L. Gottlieb in New York City from Dr. Spivak dated December 19th, 1908. The letter states, "You will kindly remit us $1.50 for Death Certificate sent of the 8th inst., and [$.16] postage, as per bill enclosed." The letter is not signed by Secretary is typed at the bottom.
Overview Typed letter to Lena Gottlieb in New York City from Dr. Spivak dated December 12th, 1908. The letter serves to comply with Mr. Samuel Kahn's [sic] request to send M. Gottlieb's "silver watch, spectacles and letters" to Lena. Spivak writes, "We are sending the above named articles by Wells Fargo Express Co.," asking Lena to "Kindly notify Mr. Samuel Kahn [sic] when you receive same." The letter is not signed but Secretary is typed at the bottom.
Overview Typed letter to Lena Gottlieb in New York, NY from Dr. Spivak dated December 11th, 1908. The letter states, "In compliance with the request contained in yours of the 30th ult.,. we have had the Death Certificate of your late husband [M. Gottlieb] properly corrected, and enclose same herein, for which kindly send us $1.50 charged for same." The letter is not signed but Secretary is typed at the bottom.
Overview Typed letter to Mrs. [Lena] Gottlieb in New York, NY from Dr. Spivak dated November 9th, 1908. The letter includes a certificated of death for Morris Gottlieb and the "burial expenses as presented...by the Beth Medrash Hagodol Cemetery Association." The letter explains that JCRS found a watch and $20.00 in gold on Morris and that $1.50 went to pay for the death certificate and $18.50 was sent to Mr. M. A. Saly for burial expenses. Furthermore, a balance of $26.00 still remains for the burial of...