Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 83 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Handwritten letter from D. Goldstein to C.D. Spivak inquiring why Spivak has not sent the belongings of Morris Goldstein. He asks Spivak to send Morris Goldstein's jewelry and money, as well as a large trunk. He expresses that he is surprised that he has not received the items yet because he sent the check to cover the funeral costs of his son so long ago. He hopes for an early reply and signs the letter "D. Goldstein" at the bottom.
Overview Letter from Dr. H. Schwatt to C.D. Spivak informing him that David Slotnick left behind $18.50 once he died on July 19, 1910.
Overview Handwritten note from Dr. H. Schwatt to C.D. Spivak. Schwatt informs Spivak that $1.50 in cash was found on the body of Frank Schneiderman who died on September 6th, 1910.
Overview Handwritten letter from I. Rapaport to JCRS. Mrs. Rapaport tells JCRS that she responded to their telegram and sent an answer back. Ida tells JCRS that she is not a rich woman, but the National Jewish Hospital owes her son $25.00 which Ida tells JCRS they can use to pay for her son’s burial. She also sent a money order of $7.00 to cover the remaining balance of the burial for a total of $32.00. She hopes there will be no trouble in collecting the $25.00 from the National Jewish Hospital.
Overview Letter from J. Guttmann to C.D. Spivak. Guttmann enclosed a letter from J. Ascher and Guttmann tells Spivak that there is nothing he can do in the matter pertaining to Ascher. Guttmann also enclosed $1.00 for the death certificate but states that if Cohen’s attorney bill of $2.50 had been sent with the documents he would have received the payment by now. Guttmann tells Spivak it will be impossible to obtain the $2.50 now.
Overview Letter from J. Schkolnick to C.D. Spivak. Schkolnick explains that he is not able to spare any cash for his brother’s burial, but his brother did belong to the Workmen’s Circle Branch 80 and they would be able to pay for Adolph Schkolnick’s burial. Schkolnick explains to Spivak that he must receive a copy of his brother’s death certificate to show the Workmen’s Circle so that they would be willing to pay for the burial. Schkolnick also requested that Spivak send him any papers left behind from...
Overview Typed letter from J. Schkolnick to C.D. Spivak. Schkolnick enclosed a check for $25.40 to cover the funeral expenses and the death certificate of his brother, Adolph Schkolnick. Schkolnick asks Spivak to forward the death certificate and any other belongings left behind from his brother. He also includes a postscript telling Spivak that he is unsure why his brother failed to tell Spivak that he belonged to the Workmen’s Circle, but figured it would help him gain admittance to the sanatorium...
Overview Letter from L.E. Schlechter to C.D. Spivak. Schlechter asks Spivak to send the $7.00 to him and the United Jewish Education and Charitable Association of St. Louis will dispose of it properly. Schlechter also tells Spivak that he would consider it a great kindness if he would expedite Mr. Goldberg’s admission to JCRS.
Overview Letter from Mrs. M. Amter to C.D. Spivak informing him that she has received $16.50 from Mr. Ed Grimes for funeral expenses of David Rubin.
Overview Letter from Mr. Affeld to C.D. Spivak. Affeld tells Spivak that he called Schnoor’s son-in-law to his office and read him Spivak’s previous letter. Schnoor’s son convinced Affeld that his family has absolutely no money to pay for the funeral expenses. The boy included an extra $10.00 to help pay for expenses, but Schnoor’s family cannot contribute any more. Affeld also tells Spivak that Henry never belonged to any societies or did not have insurance which leaves his wife penniless. Affeld...