Subject Source: Local sources
Found in 38 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Typed letter from C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado to Mrs. M. Amter, Secretary of the Ladies Shroud Society, in Denver, Colorado informs that Spivak is glad Amter has brought up the matter of the expenses of the burial of many JCRS patients before the Board of Trustees. Spivak informs that he has found $56.01 which represents various amounts found among the effects of patients who have died at the Sanatorium. Informs that he has enclosed a check for $56.01 left by the following deceased...
Dates: 1909 October 27
Overview Copy of typed letter to "Mrs. Sarah Bitchinov [Pitchinoc]" from Dr. Spivak dated "Nov. 17, 1908." The letter instructs S. Pitchinoc to "call...Dr. Hillkowitz's [Hilkowitz's] office, 1427 Stout St. [Denver]" between 11am and 12pm for an examination to be noted on S. Pitchinoc's Application to JCRS. The letter is not signed but Secretary is typed at the bottom.
Dates: 1908 November 17
Overview Hand-addressed blue envelope to "Dr. Spivak, Denver Colorado c/o [JCRS]" with typed return address stating, "If not delivered in Five Day return to JACOB GOLDMAN, Dealer in French & American Window and Plate Glass, 101 Hamilton Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y." dated "FEB 12 1909" [sic]. The envelope has a "U.S.POSTAGE TWO CENTS" red and white stamp and was found in JCRS Patient #963 S. Pitchinoc's record.
Dates: 1909 February 12
Overview Typed note regarding JCRS Patient S. Pitchinoc on typed letterhead that states, "The Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society...DENVER, COLO" dated "Jan. 29. 1909" [sic]. The note instructs a change in S. Pitchinoc's case from regular status to emergency status at the request of Dr. J. B. Fish. The reason for this change is based on S. Pitchinoc's health upon her entrance into JCRS, and the fact that she died within a month of entering the Sanatorium. The note is not signed.
Dates: 1909 January 29
Overview JCRS Patient #963 Sarah Pitchinoc's patient file. File includes patient's medical record concerning her tuberculosis with an application, letters, notes, an envelope, telegrams, and a burial receipt.
Overview Handwritten letter in black ink from Rose Greene in Brooklyn, New York to C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado informs that she is requesting for another favor concerning the child of the late Sarah Pitchinocc and the late Bennie Pitchinocc. Informs that Greene received a letter from Sarah Goldberg, the woman who is taking care of the baby, stating that Greene would be cruel and equal to a murderer to demand the child sent back to New York. Greene states that Goldberg says the baby is sick with a...
Dates: 1909 October 5
Overview Handwritten letter from Rose Greene in Brooklyn, New York to C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado informs that she heard from Jacob Goldman of the death of Bennie Pitchinocc, husband of Greene's late sister Sarah Pitchinocc. Greene writes to ask about the couple's only child, Bessie Pitchinocc. Asks Spivak what is best for the little girl who has no nearer relatives in the United States besides Greene and she requests that Spivak do all he can to send Bessie Pitchinocc to her in New York. Informs...
Dates: 1909 October 22
Overview Typed letter to "Mr. A. Susman, 2626 Walnut St., [Denver]" from Dr. Spivak dated "Dec. 9, 1908." The letter informs A. Susman that S. Pitchinoc has been accepted to join "the Sanatorium of the [JCRS in Edgewater, CO]" for her health and well-being [sic]. The letter is not signed but Secretary is typed at the bottom.
Dates: 1908 December 09
Overview Typed letter to "Mr. Bennie Pitchinoc, c/o Jacob Goldman, 103 Hamilton Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y." from Dr. Spivak dated "Feb. 24. 1909" [sic]. The letter is a reply to a letter receieved on the 12th regarding B. Pitchinoc's child. Spivak explains that although B. Pitchinoc wrote to Mrs. [Sarah] Goldberg and Mr. Seldich [Mrs. B. Saldich]; "neither of them have appeared in my office, and therefore, I cannot do anything in this matter" [sic]. The letter is not signed but Secretary is typed at the...
Dates: 1909 February 24
Overview Typed letter to "Mr. Bennie Pitchinoc, c/o Mr. L. Green, 408 Siclen Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y." from Dr. Spivak dated "Feb. 10. 1909" [sic]. The letter is a response to B. Pitchinoc's letter; stating that, since Pitchinoc has not paid for burial expenses for his wife [S. Pitchinoc], JCRS will keep his wife's belongings until the expense is paid. If B. Pitchinoc does not pay, the belongings will be sold to cover burial costs. The letter is not signed but Secretary is typed at the bottom.
Dates: 1909 February 10