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Letters of recommendation

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Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Excerpt of Letter from L. Bloch, 1911 April 4

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Identifier: B002.01.0104.0029.00006
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

Letter from F. E. Shapiro to C.D. Spivak, 1910 April 27

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Identifier: B002.01.0102.0167.00002
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

Letter from F. E. Shapiro to C.D. Spivak, 1910 April 27

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Identifier: B002.01.0102.0167.00003
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

Letter from F.E. Shapiro to C.D. Spivak, 1911 January 26

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Identifier: B002.01.0103.0146.00002
Overview Handwritten letter from F.E. Shapiro to C.D. Spivak. Shapiro wrote to tell Spivak that a young man by the name of Harry Soloman went to Denver for a few weeks with the hopes of being admitted to the sanatorium. Shapiro informed Spivak that a member of the New York Ladies Auxiliary brought the case to her attention and the member also has great influence on the number of tickets that could sell for their next event. Shapiro reminded Spivak that it would be in his best interest to admit Soloman...
Dates: 1911 January 26

Letter from F.E. Shapiro to C.D. Spivak, 1911 January 26

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Identifier: B002.01.0103.0146.00003
Overview Handwritten letter from F.E. Shapiro to C.D. Spivak. Shapiro wrote to introduce Harry Soloman to Spivak. Shapiro informed Spivak that Soloman left for Denver and she hoped Spivak would admit him to the sanatorium as soon as possible. There is a postscript written to Yarros that stated there was no need to send Soloman to see a physician with a note in an unidentified language and circled above the postscript
Dates: 1911 January 26

Letter from L. Bloch to C.D. Spivak, 1911

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Identifier: B002.01.0104.0029.00005
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...
Dates: 1911