Subject Source: Local sources
Found in 37 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Typed letter to the Denver JCRS from Lena Gottlieb in New York, NY [with "COPY." typed at the top] dated November 25th, 1908. The letter asks JCRS to send another Death Certificate and "undertakers affidavit" for M. Gottlieb's death. Lena explains that the first copy was not completely correct, noting the changes in M. Gottlieb's age, occupation, and medical record for the second copy. Lena also requests that JCRS hold onto M. Gottlieb's watch because she will "send [the] balance due for...
Overview Typed letter to J. Loften Davidson of Golden, CO from Dr. Spivak dated December 8th, 1908. The letter requests an edited death certificate for M. Gottlieb because his age and occupation were incorrect on the first certificate. Lena Gottlieb's letter is included with the letter, explaining M. Gottlieb's true age and occupation. Spivak also included a check for $1.50 to cover the death certificate's regeneration. The letter is not signed but Secretary is typed at the bottom.
Overview Handwritten letter to JCRS from "Mrs. Lena Gottlieb 6033 Catherine St. Phila. Pa" dated March 13th, 1942. The letter offers payment "for the certificate of [Lena's] late husband Morris Gottlieb." The money was originally enclosed with the letter. The letter is signed Mrs. Lena Gottlieb.
Overview Handwritten letter to JCRS from Lena Gottlieb in Philadelphia, PA dated February 9th, 1942. In the letter Lena explains that she is trying to gain citizenship and thus requires a death certificate for her deceased husband, Morris Gottlieb. Lena thanks JCRS and apologizes for requesting the death certificate at such a late date. Lena says she will payback JCRS for the document after she hears back from them. The letter is signed Mrs. Lena Gottlieb.
Overview Handwritten letter to JCRS from Mrs. [Lena] Gottlieb in New York on templated letterhead that states, "New York Phonograph and Bicycle Exchange" dated October 27th, 1908. The letter asks for JCRS to send any identification papers for the death of Morris Gottlieb, also to search for any valuables or cash left on M. Gottlieb's person when he died. Lena explains that she will pay for Morris's funeral expenses after the insurance company pays her. The letter is signed Mrs. Gottlieb.
Overview Handwritten letter to JCRS from L. Gottlieb in New York, NY dated November 25th, 1908. The letter requests a second death certificate and undertaker affidavit for the death of M. Gottlieb, as the first copy had some corrections that could contest the insurance for Lena Gottlieb. Lena also asks that JCRS hold M. Gottlieb's watch, and send it to Lena after the insurance is collected and she can pay the funeral balance owed JCRS. The letter is signed Lena Gottlieb.
Overview Typed letter to JCRS in Denver, CO from Samuel Kahan in New York dated December 9, 1908. The letter asks JCRS to ensure that M. Gottlieb's watch is sent charges collect to Lena Gottlieb as a token of remembrance of her deceased husband. The letter is signed Samuel Kahan.
Overview Typed letter to JCRS in Denver, CO from S. Kahan in New York dated November 20, 1908. The letter asks JCRS to send Lena Gottlieb and S. Kahan the affidavit of the undertaker for the death of her late husband M. Gottlieb, as it is needed for insurance purposes. Kahan also informs JCRS that they may "let [him] know the name of the undertaker and [he] will communicate with [the undertaker] directly." The letter is signed Samuel Kahan.
Overview Typed letter to the Denver JCRS from S. Kahan in New York dated November 7, 1908. The letter explains that Lena Gottlieb from New York City has retained Kahan as her attorney to recover insurance from M. Gottlieb's death. The letter asks for an affidavit of the undertaker and a death certificate in order for Kahan to obtain the insurance, and states, "Any expenses which you may incur by reason of obtaining these certificates, you will please add to [Kahan's] bill." The letter is signed S.Kahan.
Overview Typed letter to L. Gottlieb in Philadelphia, PA from Dr. Spivak dated September 16th, 1910. The letter informs L. Gottlieb that her $50.00 sent to JCRS has gone to provide a tombstone for her late husband Morris Gottlieb's grave. A picture and receipt also accompanied the letter. The letter is not signed but Secretary is typed at the bottom.