Subject Source: Library of Congress Name Authority File
Found in 44 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract The Binnard family was prominent throughout the American west during the late-nineteenth century, having settled throughout Washington, Montana, and Idaho. James Binnard and his brothers Abraham, Bennet, and Berka (Birka?) emigrated from Poland to America in 1861. James and Bennet settled in Rochester, New York, where Bennet worked as a hoop skirt and corset manufacturer. James Binnard's son Joseph Binnard moved west to Butte, Montana. Annie Binnard, Bennet' s eldest daughter, was born in...
Dates: circa 1978; Other: 1861-1978
Abstract Copy of typed letter from C.D Spivak in Denver, Colorado, to the National Directors of the Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society in Rochester, New York, stating the success of Oscar Ginsberg's stay at the Sanitorium. Letter states that an examination has concluded that he should be discharged, however, because of the expressed interest from the National Directors his stay will be extended from November 16th to January 1st, 1909. Letter is unsigned but "Secretary" is typed at the bottom.
Dates: 1908 November 20
Abstract Envelope which reads "Miss E. Goldman, 141 Joseph Ave., Rochester, NY."
Abstract Handwritten envelope in ink from "A. Frankel, 45 Edward St., Secretary of Sons of Israel Lodge No. 311: O.B.A. Rochester, N.Y." and is addressed to "C.D. Spivak 4424 Court Place, Denver, Colorado."
Dates: 1909 February 24
Abstract Handwritten Yiddish letter in black ink on lined paper from B. Ginsburg. Letter is entirely in Yiddish except for Barnet Ginsburg's signature and address, 196 Chatham street, Rochester, New York. Letter is not dated.
Abstract Handwritten letter in black ink from A. Frankel, Secretary of the Sons of Israel Lodge #311, in Rochester, New York to C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado introduces a Mr. Samuel Trotsky. Frankel informs that Trotsky is a member of the Sons of Israel lodge and is afflicted with tuberculosis and wishes to be admitted to the JCRS Sanatorium as soon as there is space for him. Frankel informs that he hopes Spivak will accept Trotsky and do everything possible for the man while he stays at the...
Dates: 1909 February 24
Abstract Handwritten letter from A. Frankel in Rochester, New York to C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado informs this letter is a response to a previous letter from Spivak. Replies that Sam Trotsky has been sent to Denver at the expense of the Sons of Israel Lodge #311 because Trotsky's physician insisted that he must travel to Colorado. Frankel informs that while the lodge has provided for Trotsky's fare Frankel knows that it may be some time before the patient can be admitted to the JCRS Sanatorium and...
Dates: 1909 March 8
Abstract Handwritten letter in black ink from A. Frankel in Rochester, New York to C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado informs that a member of the Sons of Israel Lodge #311, the lodge A. Frankel is secretary of, has been sent to Denver as he is afflicted with tuberculosis. Informs that Trotsky will apply for admittance to JCRS Sanatorium once he arrives in Denver and Frankel expresses his wish that Spivak will accept Trotsky as a patient as soon as the Sanatorium has space for him. Informs that in the...
Dates: 1909 February 22
Letter from A.D. Joffe, A.J. Samuelsohn, R. Goldstein, and Mrs. Bernard Rose to C.D. Spivak, 1908 December 6
Abstract Typed letter from A.D. Joffe, A.J. Samuelsohn, R. Goldstein, and Mrs. Bernard Rose in Rochester, New York to Dr. C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado. Letter introduces Mr. B. Ginsburg and informs that doctors in New York have advised Mr. Ginsburg to leave for Denver, and requests the Spivak and the JCRS office to do all they can to accomodate him. Letter is signed in black ink, "A.D. Joffe, A.J. Samuelsohn, R. Goldstein, Mrs. Bernard Rose." Post Script reads "This young man is the same one that the...
Dates: 1908 December 6
Abstract Typed letter from C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado to Mr. A. Frankel, secretary of Sons of Israel Lodge #311 O.B.A. in Rochester, New York informs that Samuel Trotsky, a member of Frankel's lodge, has been invited to enter the JCRS Sanatorium to regain his health. Letter is unsigned but "Secretary" is typed at the bottom.
Dates: 1909 April 8