Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Black and white silent film depicting a theatrical poker game, an Atlantic City convention, scenes from the beach, Nebraska vs Pittsburg football game, the Mayo Clinic, and footage of Dick Robinson.
Typed letter from Moe Kutner to Jacob Schoen, stating a member of their lodge, Tony Friedman, had been in Denver for the alst two months and writing to them that the JCRS has no room for him. He also said it all depends on Rev. H. Masliansky, so they ask him to speak with the reverend. Letter is signed by Moe Kutner.
Black and white print of Studio photograph of six Harris brothers taken in New Jersey. From left to right are Isadore (1854 - ?), Jacob (1855-1948), Solomon (1857-1954), Eli (1859-1930), Julius (1848-1912), and Louis (1852-1912). The brothers were the children Hirsch and Hannah Levi Hirsch and were born in Fordon, Posen (Poland). Eli and Solomon went to Virginia City (Tin Cup), Colorado and began the Harris Bros. Beehive dry goods store.
Handwritten note from a physician at the St. Francis Hospital in New Jersey. The note is written on prescription paper and states that Mr. Bolen has been in the hospital for several weeks, suffering from tuberculosis. He asks if JCRS can help his family.