Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 180 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Handwritten letter from N.P. Levin to C.D. Spivak. Levin informs Spivak that J. Lefkowtiz, who entered the sanatorium a few days prior suffering from meningitis, died that day at 3 P.M.
Overview Handwritten note from Dr. N.P. Levin to C.D. Spivak informing him that Nathan Leib died that day at 7a.m. Levin mentions that Leib did not leave any valuables at the time of his death.
Overview Handwritten letter from N.P. Levin to C.D. Spivak informing him that Louis Gonda died that morning at 11:30am. Levin states that Gonda left a gold chain and some cash upon his death.
Overview Handwritten letter from Dr. N.P. Levin to C.D. Spivak informing him that Morris Goldstein died at 7 a.m. on the morning of May 13, 1910. He lists items left behind from Goldstein including two money orders, a watch, and a check.
Overview Handwritten letter from N.P. Levin to C.D. Spivak regarding the death of Jennie Goodman. The letter states that she died at 12:30PM. Levin also mentions that one gold ring and some cash was left with Goodman at the time of her death.
Overview Handwritten letter from N.P. Levin to C.D. Spivak informing him that Dave Yudelowitz died at 6 P.M. on April 22, 1910. He tells Spivak that he left behind $3.47 in cash.
Overview Handwritten letter from N.P. Levin to C.D. Spivak informing him that an additional two dollars in cash was found in the clothing of Dave Yudelowitz.
Overview Handwritten letter from Mrs. P. Leibovitch to C.D Spivak. Leibovitch asks Spivak if he can provide more information about the death of her son Louis Leibovitch. She tells Spivak that she received a telegram from Hoffman Undertakers and that is how she found out her son was dead.
Overview Handwritten letter in black ink to "Dr. C D Spivak [JCRS] Denver" from Dr. Fish on typed letterhead that states, "SANATORIUM OF THE JEWISH CONSUMPTIVES' RELIEF SOCIETY...OFFICE OF THE SUPERINTENDENT EDGEWATER, COLORADO" dated "April 21 09" [sic]. In the letter Dr. Fish informs Dr. Spivak about the death of M. Buxbaum, and gives an inventory of items he left upon his death. Also, Dr. Fish asks what should be done with M. Buxbaum's clothes. The letter is signed JB Fish.
Overview Typed letter to H. E. Hughes from the JCRS Sanatorium acknowledging receipt of his letter. Further, the letter states that Miss Goldberg has been interred in Denver and therefore cannot be shipped to Baltimore.