Letters of recommendation
Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Excerpt of a letter from L. Bloch. The letter states that L. Bloch received Spivak’s last letters about the cases Bloch sent him. While Bloch is happy to hear they were all admitted, Bloch has another case for Spivak to consider. Bloch tells Spivak that she was going to send him to Denver two months ago, but the man changed his mind. Bloch tells Spivak that the man now wants to go to Denver, but he is very poor. The people that initially recommended the man as a case to Bloch wants Bloch to...
Dates: 1911 March 16
Overview Excerpt of a letter from L. Bloch. Bloch tells Spivak that the man she wrote to Spivak about two weeks ago is leaving for Denver tomorrow. Bloch asks Spivak to admit Bernstein and ensure that he is taken care of because it is a very important case. Bloch reminds Spivak that the party the recommended the case to Bloch can do a lot of good for JCRS.
Dates: 1911 April 4
Overview Letter from C.F. Zittel to C.D. Spivak. Zittel introduces Mr. Bernstein to C.D. Spivak and tells him that Mrs. Bloch and Mrs. Loew are sending him to Denver for treatment. Zittel tells Spivak that he is writing this letter so that Spivak can do everything he can for Bernstein’s case. Zittel also tells Spivak that last Saturday he arranged the program and secured the artists for the Benefit at the Herald Square Theatre, which was tendered by the New York Ladies Auxiliary. Zittel finishes the...
Dates: 1911 April 5
Overview Handwritten letter from L. Bloch to C.D. Spivak. Bloch tells Spivak that she is writing to him again about Bernstein’s case. Bloch admits that she is anxious for Bernstein’s admission because he was recommended to Bloch from Mrs. Loew’s manager and the editor from the New York Journal. Bloch tells Spivak that she originally sent Bernstein to another society and Mrs. Loew did not even say anything to him other than talking about the New York Ladies’ Auxiliary. Bloch says that Mrs. Loew even...
Overview Letter from Marcus Loew to C.D. Spivak. Loew assumes that Spivak is aware of the fact that he and Mrs. Loew have been enthusiastic workers for the New York Ladies’ Auxiliary. Loew continues to tell Spivak that Bernstein was employed by Loew and is a very ambitious worker. Against all odds, Bernstein continued to work for Loew until Loew realized the kind of trouble Bernstein was dealing with. Loew tells Spivak that he would be very grateful for any attention that Spivak can provide for...
Dates: 1911 April 5