Navy-yards and naval stations -- United States
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Typed letter from C.D. Spivak to A.A. Kantor regarding the health of his son, Harry Kantor. Spivak apologizes to A. Kantor about the fact that he has not written to him in a long time. He tells Kantor that no matter how often he writes, he is always checking on Harry's health. He also mentions that he wants Harry to work as a bookkeeper for a few hours a day, but he is not quite ready to work yet. He finishes the letter by stating that he recommended that Harry talks to a pension lawyer so that...
Overview Typed letter from C.D. Spivak to H. Cohen, attorney of JCRS. Spivak begins the letter by telling him that there is more work for him to do regarding pension for Harry Kantor. He states that he enclosed a letter from A.A. Kantor about his son, Harry Kantor who was honorably discharged from the navy. Spivak asks if Cohen is able to obtain a pension for Harry from the navy. After Spivak signs the letter "Secretary" at the bottom he includes a postscript. The postscript clarifies the date of the...
Overview Typed letter from C.D. Spivak to Henry Cohen, attorney of JCRS, regarding the pension that Harry Kantor requested from the government. Spivak tells Cohen that he received a letter from Kantor about the status of his pension that he should be receiving from the government for serving in the navy. Spivak asks Cohen if he has an answer that he can give to Kantor so that he feels better about the case. He then reminds Cohen that Harry Kantor's father, A.A. Kantor is a good friend of Spivak’s,...
Overview Handwritten letter from H. Kantor to C.D. Spivak following up with him about the pension he should receive from the government after serving in the navy. Kantor mentions that he has not heard from the lawyer, Henry Cohen, who was supposed to look into the matter. He then states that he is "in a condition of total disability" and the government should owe him between $72.00 and $100.00 per month. He thanks Spivak for looking into the situation and signs the letter "Harry Kantor" at the bottom.
Overview Rose Weinberg, the daughter of Russian immigrants, was born in Denver, Colorado on September 18, 1904 and died in Denver in September 22, 2000. She was buried at Ft. Logan National Cemetery. She graduated from Mount Sinai Hospital School of Nursing in 1934. Rose Weinberg was a registered nurse in California beginning in 1943 and served as an ensign in the Nurse Corps at the United States Naval hospital in San Francisco, California during World War II. She received a Bachelor of Science degree...