New York (N.Y.)
Subject Source: Lcnaf
Found in 1811 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Handwritten letter in ink from Edward Nidish to Dr. Charles Spivak, in which he states he does not know how his brother, Julius Nidich, died, at his lodgind or at the hospital. He says three weeks ago his brother was working and doing alright, so he does not know if his brother was sick for a while or died suddenly. He also states perhaps his brother had a little money saved up for the burial, because he had none. He says he is writting this letter because he supposes Dr. Spivak was the last...
Dates: 1910 January 01
Overview Handwritten letter in black ink from Esther Gluckman in New York, New York to Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society in Denver, Colorado informs that Mrs. Gluckman is thankful to JCRS for admitting her sister Sarah Heshkowitz to enter the Sanatorium. Also requests that they give her sister her best regards and to write about her health. Letter is signed by Esther Gluckman.
Dates: 1909 April 26
Overview Typed letter from F. Adelson to C.D. Spivak, thanking him for admitting Harry Eisenberg to the sanatorium. Letter is signed by F. Adelson, and has an I.O.B.A. stamp on it.
Dates: 1911 April 27
Overview Handwritten letter from Mrs. Florence E. Shapiro to C.D. Spivak. Shapiro asks Spivak to kindly admit Max Cooper as a patient to JCRS as soon as he can because he is very ill. Shapiro appreciates any kindness shown towards Max from Spivak and signs the letter “Florence E. Shapiro, Sec’y” at the bottom.
Dates: 1910 April 27
Overview Handwritten letter from Mrs. Florence E. Shapiro to C.D. Spivak. Shapiro wrote to introduce Max Cooper to Spivak whose case came to her from workers of the New York Ladies’ Auxiliary. Shapiro asked Spivak to kindly admit Cooper as a patient to JCRS as soon as possible. She told Spivak that any medical assistance given to Cooper would be a god send for him. Shapiro thanked Spivak and signed the letter, “Florence E. Shapiro, Sec’y” at the bottom.
Dates: 1910 April 27
Overview Handwritten letter in ink from Fannie Gottlieb in New York City, New York, to the JCRS in Denver, Colorado thanking them [Gentlemen] for admitting Annie and Nathan Levine into the Sanatorium. Letter is signed in ink "Mrs. Fannie Gottlieb".
Dates: 1908 November 12
Overview Handwritten letter on Mannheimer-Hahn Mfg. Co. letterhead from Fannie Vendig in New York to Mr. Oppenheimer, secretary of Mannheimer-Hahn Mfg. Co. in New York, New York, asks Oppenheimer to attend to the matter of getting a head stone for her brother, Alex Vendig. Informs that Fannie's late brother Alex is buried at Rose Hill Cemetery in Colorado and she would like to have a plain head stone made marked with his name, date of birth, and date of death. Fannie Vendig expresses her appreciation to...
Dates: 1910 January 17
Overview Handwritten letter in ink on New York Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish Consumptive Relief Society of Denver from Florence E. Shapiro in New York, New York, to Dr. C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado, stating that in regards to Mrs. Minnie Rappaport of 229 E 106 street, that she wishes to say that Dr. Spivak may send the effects left by her late husband warmly: $10.00 money order, $13.35 cash, nickel watch and silver chain. Letter requests that these items be sent to Mrs. L. Block 500 W 122 St., and...
Dates: 1910 February 17
Overview Handwritten letter in black ink from Florence Shapiro in New York, New York to C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado informs that she is sending a letter of introduction to Mrs. Clara Goldberg who resides at 2707 Downing Ave, Denver, Colorado. Florence Shapiro informs that Clara Goldberg is a nurse and if possible would assist JCRS as soon as she recovers. Florence Shapiro requests that Spivak admit Clara Goldberg as speedily as possible. Letter is signed by Florence Shapiro, Secretary of the New...
Dates: 1909 May 1
Overview Handwritten letter in ink from Florence Shapiro in New York, New York, to C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado, about a Joseph Greenfield who is in need of help from the JCRS Sanatorium. Shapiro is requesting for Spivak to admit Greenfield into the Sanatorium as soon as possible and is hoping he will comply. Letter is signed in ink Florence E. Shapiro.
Dates: 1909 October 4