Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 86 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Check from C.D. Spivak to S.F. Disraelly for $1.25 which was left behind from Julius Shapiro after his death.
Overview Check from C.D. Spivak and processed by S.F. Disraelly for the amount of $1.50 left from F. Schneiderman's personal belongings after his death.
Overview Voucher for a check from O.S. Good to C.D. Spivak. The amount is $50.00 to cover the cost of Mrs. Wilson’s board. The check is signed by Wilson.
Overview Small contract that states C.D. Spivak gave Sam Schmittmeyer $3.00 to cover one week of rent. Schmittmeyer signed the contract.
Overview The Historic Bank Notes Collection consists of an assortment of bank notes. Some were issued by state banks across the United States, some were issued by the Confederate States of America which were found by the Union Army near the end of the Civil War. The Collection also contains the letter from the Treasury Department transferring the notes to the University of Denver with an explanation of the transfer. The collection also includes a scrapbook of "Banknotes From Around The World."
Overview A contract from C.D. Spivak that S. Corenson signed. The contract states that Corenson will pay Spivak back for the $5.00 he loaned him for his transportation.
Overview Typed note stating that Mr. Corenson obtained money for transportation, but he was $5.00 short. The note continues to state that Dr. Schwatt recommended that Dr. Spivak loans him the money as Mr. Corenson left on his own accord.
Overview Handwritten letter from Annie Jusskowitz to C.D. Spivak. She kindly requests a favor from Spivak to send over her husband's belongings such as his clothes and money left by him upon his death at JCRS. In a postscript she also asks if Spivak can provide her with the address of the man who delivered Emil Jusskowitz's body because he lives in Brooklyn, New York.
Overview Typed memo from Ben Friedland following up with a previous letter that asked for a renewal of his contribution of $25.00 sent in July 1925. The top of the letter says “In re: Louis Cohen July 25, 1940.” There is also the front of an envelope associated with the letter. The envelope has a time stamp from Spivak, Colorado and Tulsa, Oklahoma and is addressed to Mr. L. Cohen.