Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 83 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Handwritten letter from B. Schneiderman to C.D. Spivak. Schneiderman informs Spivak that she cannot pay Spivak for the burial of her late husband. She also says that she does not have enough money to pay for her children. She accuses Spivak for not putting her husband in a coffin before putting him in the ground and reminds him that she does not have anything to pay. The letter is signed, “Beckie Schneiderman” at the bottom.
Overview Typed letter from B.J. Hart of the United Jewish Charities to C.D. Spivak. Hart informs Spivak that they did not receive a telegram from JCRS and they also did not know Dave Yudelowitz died. Hart mentions that Yudelowitz left his charity against their orders. Also, the neighborhood gathered a collection of money for him. He states at the end of the letter that Mr. Yudelowitz was not married and the address to Sarah Yudelowitz was actually where Mr. Yudelowitz boarded before admitting himself to...
Overview Typed letter from C.D. Spivak to A. Benjamin of the United Jewish Charities. Spivak tells Benjamin that he cannot locate Sarah Yudelowitz in Detroit Michigan and he has $62.47 in cash to give to her from her deceased husband. Spivak admits that he already reached out to Benjamin asking for help to find Sarah, but has not received a reply. He again asks Benjamin if the United Jewish Charities can help Spivak find Sarah's address so that he can return the money that belongs to her.
Overview Letter from C.D. Spivak to A. Kaplan. Spivak enclosed a check for $8.50 because Kaplan helped him file some correspondences in his office for seventeen days.
Overview Letter from C.D. Spivak to A.D. Joffe. Spivak thanks Joffe and other National Directors for the money and assistance JCRS has received from them. Spivak also thanks Joffe for making Miss Horney’s visit a success in Rochester, New York. Spivak also corrects Joffe about the amount sent from the various checks. Spivak states that a total amount of $708.00 should have been sent, but Spivak only found $659.00. Spivak tells Joffe that a few check must not have been sent and asked Joffe to...
Overview Typed copy of a letter from C.D. Spivak to Mrs. D. Applebaum. JCRS gave $10.00 to Applebaum to cover two weeks of Mr. Schwartz’s boarding.
Overview Typed letter from C.D. Spivak to D. Goldstein detailing the items left behind from Morris Goldstein. The items include two express money orders, one check, cash, gold watch, and one gold chain. He trusts that the items will arrive safely to D. Goldstein in Hudson, N.Y. soon. After he signs the letter "Secretary" there is a postscript which explains that the cost for sending Morris Goldstein's trunk would amount to much more than cost of the actual clothing. Also, the express companies object to...
Overview Typed letter from C.D. Spivak to Mrs. E. Bland. Spivak tells Bland that he enclosed a check for $29.85 to pay for Jacob Glazer’s boarding.
Overview Typed letter from C.D. Spivak to E. Gonda inquiring about whether or not to sell the camera that was left from her husband, Louis Gonda upon his death. He reminds her that $6.50 is needed to pay for Gonda's board at the sanatorium. He also mentions that if she wants the camera sent to New York, then she also needs to pay $8.00 for the expense to ship it. He gives her a 10 day notice to respond, and if she does not reply then JCRS will sell the camera and keep the money to cover debts that the...
Overview Typed letter from C.D. Spivak to Ed Grimes with enclosed checks. The first check is made to the order of the United Hebrew Cemetery Association for $19.45. The second check is $12.05 to cover David Rubin's funeral expenses. Spivak kindly asks Grimes to send $16.50 to the Ladies Shroud Society. He asks Grimes to send a receipt of acknowledgement.