Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 35 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Copy of telegram from Dr. Herman Schwatt to Sadie Tamerson, saying her "sister Fannie's condition is not satisfactory, someone from her family should come."
Overview Typed excerpt from letter of Louis Pizitz to Dr. Charles Spivak, thanking him for admitting Miss Fannie Tamerson to the Sanatorium. Excerpt is dated.
Overview Excerpt of letter from Charles Tamerson to Dr. Spivak, in which he asks how his sister, Fannie Tamerson, is doing. Under it, a second excerpt of letter from Dr. Spivak to Charles Tamerson, stating that Fannie is not doing well, and she wants to go live with her brother. He also says he is going to talk to Dr. Schwatt about her situation and will figure out what her future holds.
Overview Handwritten application in pencil for admittance to JCRS for Fannie Tamerson. It includes information such as her place of birth (New York), and occupation (none). She was single and had no children. She had no means of support, and her nearest relatvies were a father, mother and brother in Alabama. On the backside it is written that she was admitted on September 5, 1910 and left on January 13, 1913.
Overview JCRS Patient #1548 Fannie Tamerson. Patient application, correspondence, notes, handwritten letters and notes, telegrams.
Overview 2 pages handwritten letter from Charles Tamerson to Dr. Charles Spivak, in which he says his sister, Fannie Tamerson, is leaving the sanatorium and she wants to go to New Mexico. He states he doesn't have money for her trip, so he asks for her to stay in the sanatorium until January 1st. He says he is still willing to pay them $20. Letter is signed by Chas. Tamerson.
Overview Typed letter from Charles Tamerson to Dr. Charles Spivak, in which he says he got a telegram from Fannie Tamerson saying she was sick and couldn't move. He also sends a $25 check for the JCRS. Under it, there's a reply letter from Dr. Spivak to Charles Tamerson, dated October 10 1911, and he says he received the check and is sending a receipt. He saw his sister in the sanatorium and says she looks better.
Overview 2 pages handwritten letter in ink from Charles Tamerson to Dr. Charles Spivak, in which he asks if Fannie Tamerson is in good health. He says she sends him telegrams saying she is not feeling well and asks him to visit her, but he doesn't have funds to do so. Letter is signed by Mr. and Mrs. C.S. Tamerson.
Overview Handwritten letter in ink from Charles Tamerson to Dr. Spivak, in whic he sends a check for $25 and asks how his sister is doing. Letter is signed by C.S. Tamerson.
Overview Handwritten letter in ink from Charles Tamerson to Dr. Spivak, in which he sends a check for $25, and asks about his sister's health. Letter is signed by C.S. Tamerson.