Subject Source: Lcnaf
Found in 103 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Application form of Catherine Queen for admission as a patient to the Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society. She was age 40 at the time of the application. She was born in Russia and immigrated to the United States in 1894. She lived in Philadelphia when she contracted tuberculosis. She had been sick for 10 years upon arrival to Denver, Colorado. She was a widow at the time of filling out the application. She was admitted to the National Jewish Hospital before applying for JCRS. The verso of the...
Dates: 1911 February 21
Overview Application for admittance to JCRS filled out by hand in ink for Catherine Queen. Information on the form includes her age, place of birth, occupation, residence, marital status, previous hospital stays, nearest relatives, and signed by Catherine Queen. At the bottom of the page, under "Recommendation," are two names and addresses. The first reads "Barney [illegible], 1459 Knox Ct," and the second reads "Leon Mussoff, N 1569 Julian St." The back of the form has section entitled "Report of...
Dates: 1909 May 10
Overview Copy of typed letter from C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado to Bayha and Bohm in Denver, Colorado informs that Esther Greenberg of Hartford, Connecticut has placed in Spivak's hands the matter of erecting a monument for the grave of her late sister, Catherine Queen. Letter requests Bayha and Bohm call at the JCRS office to talk over the matter. Letter is unsigned but "Secretary" is typed at the bottom.
Dates: 1915 July 19
Overview Copy of typed letter from C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado to Mrs. Catherine Queen in Edgewater, Colorado informs that Henry Cohen, the JCRS attorney, has written Spivak to inform that he has sent for Mrs. Catherine Queen's signature on an affidavit in the matter of making the JCRS the beneficiary of Queen's will but that he has not heard from her yet. Spivak requests that if Catherine Queen has not changed her intentions that she sign the above mentioned affidavit and mail it to Spivak. Letter...
Dates: 1910 November 15
Overview Copy of typed letter on JCRS letterhead from C.D. Spivak in Denver, Colorado to J.B. Fish in Edgewater, Colorado informs that Spivak has received a letter from JCRS lawyer, Henry Cohen, in reference to the request of Mrs. Queen to change the beneficiary of her Prudential Insurance Company. Spivak informs that Cohen asks that Mrs. Queen send a letter to the city where Mr. Robert Wilson, her former beneficiary, to obtain a copy of the death certificate, most likely from the New York Department of...
Dates: 1909 November 26
Overview Insurance contract filled out in black ink for Catherine Queen. The form is entitled "Request for Amendment of Ordinary Policy Contract" and informs that Catherine Queen's insurance policy will change so that the policy is payable in case of death to the Jewish Consumptives' Relief society in Colorado. Form is signed by Catherine Queen in Edgewater, Colorado on December 1st, 1910. There are two witness signatures, the first illegible and the second "N.P. Levin."
Dates: 1910 December 1
Overview Patient number 1106. Patient application, correspondence, handwritten letters and notes, envelope.
Overview JCRS Patient #1728 Catherine Queen. Patient application, correspondence, handwritten letters, loan certificate, cemetery bill.
Overview Handwritten letter from Anna Levinson to C.D. Spivak regarding Catherine Queen’s death. Levinson asks for the details of Mrs. Queen’s death as well as her death certificate. She also informs Spivak that she has possession of Mrs. Queen’s insurance policy which comprised the entirety of Queen’s estate. She hopes she is not asking for too much from Spivak and signs the letter, “Anna Levinson” at the bottom.
Dates: 1911 October 13
Overview Handwritten letter from A. Levinson to C.D. Spivak. Levinson asked Spivak to kindly forward the requested death certificate. She told him that there was a money order for $2.00 enclosed in the letter as well. Levinson also informed Spivak that Mrs. Queen listed Spivak as an executor on her will and Levinson wanted to know what steps Spivak had taken towards her estate. She hoped that she was not asking for too much from Spivak and signed the letter, “Anna Levinson” at the bottom.
Dates: 1911 October 31