El hazino reklama (DJS0034)

The Sephardic Brotherhood of America use to issue “Sick Certificates” to its members. These certificates served two purposes: first, to determine the illness and prescription of a patient, and second, to serve as a document the patient could show to their employer so as to not go into work (this section was in English). Additional notes, as shown below, were often written in Judeo-Spanish, in Solitreo.

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TitleEl hazino reklamaTypeText
Translation of titleThe sick one claimsFormatTIFF
SubjectNotesIdentifierDJS0034
DescriptionThe Sephardic Brotherhood of America use to issue “Sick Certificates” to its members. These certificates served two purposes: first, to determine the illness and prescription of a patient, and second, to serve as a document the patient could show to their employer so as to not go into work.SourceAmerican Sephardi Federation
CreatorA. MatarassoLanguageLAD
PublisherDocumenting Judeo-SpanishRelationDJS0030, DJS0038
ContributorSephardic Brotherhood of AmericaCoverageNew York City, New York, United States
DateApril 20, 1934
MLA Citation: Matarasso, A. “El hazino reklama (DJS0034).” 1934. Documenting Judeo-Spanish, edited by Bryan Kirschen, 2020, www.documentingjudeospanish.com/explore/notes/djs0034/.