New York (N.Y.)
Subject Source: Library of Congress Name Authority File
Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Typed letter from Abraham S. Schomer in New York, New York to C.D. Spivack [Spivak] in Denver, Colorado thanks Spivak for his letter from the 9th, in which Spivak informed Schomer that Miss Gertrude Kaplan had been admitted to JCRS Sanatorium. Schomer informs that he believes Miss Kaplan is a very deserving case and "she will be indebted for her life." Requests Spivak convey Schomers thanks to the directors of the Society for their action in this case. Letter is signed in black ink by Abraham...
Dates: 1909 March 13
Abstract Typed letter from Abraham S. Schomer in New York, New York to Dr. I. Hilkowitz [Philip Hillkowitz] in Denver, Colorado introduces Miss Gertrude Kaplan of New York. Schomer informs that "according to the advise of physicians is in need of treatment" at JCRS Sanatorium. Letter is signed by Abraham S. Schomer.
Dates: 1909 January 25
Abstract Handwritten letter from A.H. Goodman in New York, New York to C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado informs that the bearer of this letter is Miss Gertrude Kaplan and she is afflicted with tuberculosis. A.H. Goodman informs that "after spending time in different [illegible]" but without proper improvement her doctors advise that she move to Denver where the climate would be of great benefit to Gertrude Kaplan and hopefully she may return home. Informs that any assistance from the Sanatorium would be...
Dates: 1909 January 21
Abstract Typed letter from Bernard Kaplan in New York, New York to C.D. Spivak in Edgewater, Colorado informs that the writer, B. Kaplan, is the father of a patient at the Sanatorium. Requests information regarding Miss. Gertrude Kaplan's condition, as "an anxious father would like to know." Letter is signed by B. Kaplan.
Dates: 1909 April 13
Abstract Handwritten letter in black ink from Bernard Kaplan in New York, New York to C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado reply to a letter from Spivak and Kaplan expresses deep gratitude for Spivak's charitable act show to Bernard Kaplan's daughter, Gertrude Kaplan. Letter is signed by Bernard Kaplan.
Dates: 1909 March 18
Abstract Typed letter from Bernard Siegel in New York, New York to C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado introduces a friend of Bernard Siegel to Spivak by the name of Miss Gertrude Kaplan who is suffering from stage one tuberculosis. Siegel informs that her doctors in New York claim she needs immediate treatment. Siegel writes that "it was my intention to write you first and ask a personal favor to notify me whether you can admit this patient upon her arrival" but feels it would be doing an injustice to Miss...
Dates: 1909 January 30
Abstract Typed letter from C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado to Mr. Abraham S. Schomer, Atty. in New York, New York informs that Spivak has received Abraham S. Schomer's letters from the 13th in which he expressed his satisfaction with the admission of Miss Gertrude Kaplan to the JCRS Sanatorium. Spivak informs that he was pleased to receive the letters and that "we appreciate your co-operation and kind words." Letter is unsigned but "Secretary" is typed at the bottom.
Dates: 1909 March 27
Abstract Typed letter from C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado to Mr. Abraham S. Schomer in New York, New York informs that JCRS has invited Miss Gertrude Kaplan, on whose behalf Abraham S. Schomer had written, to enter the Sanatorium to regain her health. Letter is unsigned but "Secretary" is typed at the bottom.
Dates: 1909 March 9
Abstract Typed letter from C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado to Mr. A.H. Goodman President of the Consumptives' Sanatorium Aid Society in New York, New York informs that Miss Gertrude Kaplan on whose behalf A.H. Goodman had written, has been invited to enter the JCRS Sanatorium to regain her health. Letter is unsigned but "Secretary" is typed at the bottom.
Dates: 1909 March 9
Abstract Typed letter from C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado to Mr. B. Kaplan in New York, New York in reply to a previous letter from Bernard Kaplan. Spivak informs that Gertrude is doing well considering the condition in which she came to Colorado. Spivak writes "She is a very good child and we all like her very much" and informs that she will likely have to stay in Colorado some time. Spivak requests that B. Kaplan must not think of taking her home so soon. Letter is unsigned but "Secretary" is typed...
Dates: 1909 April 29