Subject Source: Lcnaf
Found in 76 Collections and/or Records:
File — Box B356.04.0015: Series B356.04 [U186023251400]
File — Box B356.04.0016: Series B356.04 [U186023251418]
File — Box B356.04.0019: Series B356.04 [U186023251442]
File — Box B356.04.0021: Series B356.04 [U186023251468]
Overview Empty envelope addressed to Mr. C.D. Spivak from G. Belitzer. The postmark is from Dallas, Texas on May 12 at 10:30AM, 1910.
Dates: 1910 May 12
Overview Empty envelope addressed to the Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society in Denver, Colorado from Dallas, Texas at 12:30pm. There are six, red stamps worth two cents across the top and one stamp inside the envelope.
Dates: 1910 June 6
Overview Four event programs. AMC National Council of Auxiliaries Biennial Conventionin 1977 program with Bright orange cover and tan pages. Bea Duboe Auxialiary 35th Anniversary Luncheon program with faded red cover, white pages and black plastic binding. Humanitarian Award Dallas 1979 Award reception honoring Norman E. Brinker made of white card stock cover with white pages, blue text and blue decorative tassle. Brown, tan and gold diamond jubilee convention in 1979 at Writers' Manor Hotel.
Overview The file contains a radio program featuring Mort Silver and The Center Players of Dallas program for "The Women." Mort Silver was the stage name for Ima Mastachnik, the eldest brother of Olive Mistachnik Bercu and the uncle of Dorothy and Beverly Bercu.
Overview Handwritten letter from Mr. Abe Axelrod to Dr. Charles Spivak, writing to warn the JCRS of Fern Hill Sanatorium which, according Mr. Axelrod is nothing more than making scheme to lure consumptives and rob them of their money and valuable. He details his experience at Fern Hill Sanatorium and begs for a place at the JCRS as soon as possible. Letter is signed and dated.
Dates: 1910 March 24
Overview Typed letter from Dr. Charles Spivak to Mr. Alex Axelrod, informing her that his brother, Mr. Abe Axelrod, has been invited to the Sanatorium of the JCRS. Letter is dated but unsigned; "Secretary" is printed at the bottom.
Dates: 1910 March 31