Document type: DU SCA Document
Collection: Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society Records  
Title Sanatorium, Volume 22, Number 3 (July, August, September 1927)
Collection Title Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society Records, Publications
Date Created 1927
Creator(s) Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society (U.S.)
Description Report of the Society for July-September 1927; Dr. Philip Hillkowitz was the Society's President, and C.D. Spivak was the Secretary. Includes transcripts of speakers' addresses at the cornerstone laying for the sanatorium's Texas Pavilion for Women, text of Dr. Allen K. Krause's address on tuberculosis at the JCRS convention, information about the care of the cows in the Society's milking barns, a landscape development plan by S. R. De Boer, and correspondence. Also includes photographs of Philip Hillkowitz, Mrs. L. B. Rosenburg, Rabbi Morris Taxon, Harry Sigel, Hon. Maurice Hirsch, the Texas Pavilion for Women, and the "cow hotel" barn. The editorial announces the death of C. D. Spivak and notes that the next issue will be a tribute.
Subject - Topic Sanatoriums
Subject - Personal Name Hillkowitz, Philip,--1873-1948
Spivak, C. D.--(Charles D.),--1861-1927
Subject - Corporate Name Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society (U.S.)
Texas Pavilion for Women (Spivak, Colo.)
Subject - Occupation Physicians
Subject - Genre Corporation reports
Subject - Geographic Colorado
Denver (Colo.)
Sanatorium (Colo.)
Current ID B002.05.0206.00001.00038
Publisher University of Denver
Place of Publication Denver, Colorado
Type of Resource text
Form Pamphlets
Extent 1 item, (booklet), 14 pages : illustrations
Language English
Digital Origin Reformatted digital
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