3 edition of The constitution of the Orphan Asylum Society found in the catalog.
The constitution of the Orphan Asylum Society
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 13300|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||43|
Dec 09, · The Constitution of the Orphan Asylum Society. Established in New-York, March (New York: D. Longworth, ). This pamphlet was actually the start of the #hamildays quest, my #hamilton-inspired dive through AAS’s collections. I’ve done a lot of work in the Institutions Collection, which holds many constitutions, minutes, and. An Address before the Medical Society of North Carolina, at Its Second Annual Meeting, in Raleigh, May , by Charles E. Johnson, M.D. Annual Report of the Colored Orphan Asylum December 1, to December 1, Colored Orphan Asylum (Oxford, N.C.) American Reform Tract and Book Society, p. Aurora Floyd. A Novel Braddon.
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The constitution and laws of the Orphan Asylum of the city of New York by N.Y.) Orphan Asylum Society (New York (Book); The constitution of the Orphan Asylum Society: established in New-York, March, by N.Y.) Orphan Asylum Society (New York (Book).
Get this from a library. The constitution of the Orphan Asylum Society: established in New-York, March, [Orphan Asylum Society (New York, N.Y.)]. The constitution of the Orphan Asylum Society established in New-York, March, Published: () The Constitution, Laws, and by-laws of the Orphan Asylum, of the city of New-York with the annual reports, and a list of donations from its first institution, to April, Published: ().
Orphan Asylum Society of the City of New York. The constitution of the Orphan Asylum Society [microform]: established in New-York, March, Printed by David Longworth New-York Australian/Harvard Citation.
Orphan Asylum Society of the City of New York. The Constitution, Laws, and by-laws of the Orphan Asylum, of the city of New-York with the annual reports, and a list of donations from its first institution, to April, Protestant Episcopal Orphan Asylum Records, Return to Filson Blog Back to Search Previous Post Next Post.
Protestant Episcopal Orphan Asylum Records, By Filson Historical | August 21st, The Filson Historical Society is located in the heart of Old Louisville at the corner of Third Street and Ormsby Avenue.
(Albany, N.Y.: Argus Print,), by Albany Orphan Asylum (page images at HathiTrust) Items below (if any) are from related and broader terms. Filed under: Albany (N.Y.) Early records of the city and county of Albany, (Albany, The University of the state of New York, ), by Albany County (N.Y.) (page images at HathiTrust) The Albany hand-book.
Volume Admissions book of the Protestant Episcopal Orphan Asylum, Jan. – Feb. Contains an act permitting the managers to create a Board of Trustees. Index of names included. Volume Admissions book of the Protestant Episcopal Orphan Asylum, The subseries contains loose copies of the act of incorporation, constitution, by-laws, rules and regulations, and extension of existance of the Orphan Asylum.
The constitution and laws of the Orphan Asylum [Society] of the City of New-York [microform] The constitution of the Orphan Asylum Society [electronic resource]: established in New-York, March, ; The constitution of the Orphan Asylum Society [electronic resource]: established in.
Founded inassists the Orphan Asylum Orphan Asylum of Alexandria Incorporated March 22, St Francis Xavier School. Free School founded by the Sisters of Charity May 2, and closed on August 13, Thespian Society.
Had a charitable committee which fuel, clothing and fuel to the poor. See: Alexandria Gazette January 16, 10 Inthe Hebrew Orphan Asylum Society of the City of Brooklyn officially changed its name to Brooklyn Hebrew Orphan Asylum to since 11 Brooklyn, following a majority vote of her residents, was annexed into New York City and became one of its five boroughs a year earlier.
The Women Behind the Signers of the U.S. Constitution From left: Elizabeth Hamilton, Deborah Read, Dolley Madison, Martha Washington. 70 men were chosen to attend the Constitutional Convention ofonly 55 attended, and of that 55 only 39 signed.
Colored Children Orphan Asylum. As per Johns Hopkins' instruction letter, the Johns Hopkins Colored Children Orphan Asylum (JHCCOA) was founded first, ina year before Gilman's inauguration, now the founding date of the lowdowntracks4impact.com: May 19,White's Hall, Anne Arundel County.
Orphanages -- Georgia -- Savannah; Filed under: Orphanages -- Georgia -- Savannah. A further account of God's dealings with the Reverend Mr. George Whitefield, from the The constitution of the Orphan Asylum Society book of his ordination to his embarking for Georgia.: To which is annex'd A brief account of the rise, progress, and present situation of the orphan-house in Georgia.
THE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF WASHINGTON, D.C. SPECIAL COLLECTIONS FINDING AID (General German Orphan Asylum Association), which was SERIES I: CONSTITUTION AND BYLAWS consists of Articles of Incorporation, Rules and Regulations and related drafts, The series is arranged chronologically.
This institution was incorporated on the 7th of April,under the style of "The Orphan Asylum Society in the City of New York"; and at a subsequent period the Legislature, under a full conviction of its great merits and claims to public patronage, made a disposition in its favor, which will, in process of time, produce five thousand dollars.
The Melbourne Orphan Asylum was established in to provide residential care for orphans. It evolved out of the Dorcas Society, which was the first women's organisation to be established in Melbourne in on the initiative of Mrs George Cooper and Mrs William Knight and the St James' Visiting Society.
Oct 15, · Attendees can see many of Vanderheydens artifacts throughout the years in the exhibit, including many never-before seen photos from the Troy Orphan Asylum and the Fairview Home for Friendless Children, the original handwritten book from with Vanderheyden’s Constitution and early Board minutes, memorabilia left by the children, it’s.
Elizabeth Hamilton (née Schuyler / ˈ s k aɪ l ər /; August 9, – November 9, ), also called Eliza or Betsey, was the wife of American founding father Alexander Hamilton, a defender of his works, a mother and co-founder and deputy director of Graham Windham, the first private orphanage in New York City.
Eliza is recognized as an early American philanthropist in regards to her work Born: Elizabeth Schuyler, August 9,Albany. The Ackman & Ziff Family Genealogy Institute at the Center for Jewish History was established in with generous support from Lawrence and Ronnie Ackman, William and Karen Ackman, and Simon and Hope Ziff.
The intention was to tap into the vast archival records of the Center’s five historic and cultural partners, in order to assist novice, academic, and professional researchers in. Constitution, By Laws and Minutes of the Proceedings of the San Francisco Protestant Orphan Society, book 1, page From the Edgewood/San Francisco Protestant Orphan Asylum Collection Box 4 folder 1 at San Francisco History Center.
(POA Minutes.) None of these children were the orphans from the Northerner. According to the POA Minutes. Joseph's Orphan Asylum ; St. Joseph's Orphan Asylum ; Constitution of the Roman Catholic Society of St. Joseph for educating & maintaining poor orphan children Published: () Roman Catholic Society of St.
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Hebrew Orphan Asylum was founded in as the Hebrew Benevolent Society. It underwent various changes of name until when it merged into The Jewish Child Care Association of New York in The collection includes extensive administrative records including financial statements, property records, Board, Committee, and Executive minutes, donation books, publications, and state and.
General Protestant Orphan Home Records. Mss Creator General Protestant Orphan Home (Author/Creator) Abstract The General Protestant Orphan Home was established in The collection contains board minutes, correspondence, scrapbooks and admission records, Jan 04, · One key theme of this book is that Americans revere and respect their Constitution but few of them actually read the document.
Indeed, the document itself has often been the Rodney Dangerfield of American political icons. "In it was appropriately placed at. The moving power behind this meeting was possibly the Orphans’ Benevolent Association, a Protestant society that later sponsored the Chicago Orphan Asylum.
Daily papers of the time and later histories mention both the Orphans’ Benevolent Association and the. Colored Orphan Asylum, Union Relief Society, and the Ladles" Hebrew Benevolent Society. Inthe Society aided the Yellow Fever sufferers in Vicksburg, Mississippi.
The Society Burial Plot Not unmindful of the needs of the departed, the Society, under the terms of Article XXVII, Real Estate, of the Constitution, acquired a plot in.
Historical Sketch of the German St. Vincent's Orphan Association By REV. JOHN ROTHENSTEINER This excerpt of the book entitled "Remembrance of the Diamond Jubilee - June 21, - - German St.
Vincent's Orphan Society" was transcribed by Dave Lossos on July 16,using a copy of the book graciously provided by Loretta Smith. mation about St. Michael’s Orphan Asylum and St. Michael’s Cemetery, information about the Passionists.
Bulletins (). Name Society Minute Book (), Journal (, ), St. Vincent de Paul Society Min- a Parish Directory () and Constitution and By-Laws of the parish council ().
Architectural. The asylum overlooking the place is called the "New Orleans Female Orphan Asylum." It was first founded in as a home to which the children from St.
Vincent's Infant Asylum may be transferred and educated, and these in turn, as they grow older, are sent for special training in womanly work and art to St. Elizabeth's Asylum. benefits."' The Orphan Asylum Association was founded by "a general meeting of the Ladies, in which all the different religious societies of the city were represented." 2 The Female Anti-Slavery Society of encouraged any "lady who approves of the [Society's] principles" to become a member merely "by signing its Constitution," while theCited by: Minute Book Accession #, University of Virginia Library.
Jan 16,‘The Female Orphan Society held their 12th annual meeting in the Methodist Meeting House’ [dates its foundation to ] ‘in addition to the number of orphans already under the care of this society, two more shall be received into the asylum, as soon as proper objects are found, & the number for the.
Dec 29, · The Buffalo Orphan Asylum was established in Although I described it in my novels as part of the Erie County Poorhouse, the BOA was actually a privately funded charitable institution and was not located on the same piece of property the ECPH. Eleven months later, on April 18,they must have been delighted to rename it the "Orphan Asylum Society in the City of Brooklyn" when their fast-growing community of 20, people with its excellent harbor and the two ferry lines that linked it to nearby Manhattan became a municipality in its own right, having finally -and in spite of.
in re Commitment to Hebrew Orphan Asylum, Robert P. Green, (includes S. Wise corr.) Superintendent to Samuel Ullman, in re th Anniversary, Jewish Children's Clearing, Thomas Jefferson Memorial Fund Correspondence, Receipts, Clippings, Deposits, n.d., Edgewood, currently known as Edgewood Center for Children and Families, was the first children's services agency in San Francisco.
Founded by the San Francisco Orphan Asylum Society in as the San Francisco Orphan Asylum (SFOA), it has undergone many name changes and several alterations in mission and function over the years. Asylum - Creek Orphan Asylum - Colored Orphan Asylum - Miscellaneous Orphan Attorneys Auditor Blacksmiths Buildings Constitution and Civil and Criminal Code and a record book of the Supreme Court were never brought to the Historical Society.
Those placed with the Society (with dates from to ) include manuscript entries of acts. Biography/History "The Orphan Society of Philadelphia [Pennsylvania], a privately supported institution, was founded in In Marchthe Society began operations and soon was caring for twenty-five orphans in a rented house on Market Street, west of Broad Street.
Nov 15, · I was a resident at the protestant orphan asylum/ Children’s home of Detroit at both locations in Warren and in Grosse Pointe Woods from I found the history of my childhood homes quite intriguing and look forward to learning more.The SRPW was Isabella Graham's earlier organization, out of which the Orphan Asylum Society (OAS) was founded in as a separate organization.
The document refers to the decision of some SRPW volunteers to educate the children of the poor widows.In Novemberwhen the Jewish Family Service Agency merged with Homewood Terrace, which had formerly been the Pacific Hebrew Orphan Asylum, this new organization became known as the Jewish Family and Children's Service.
At this time, the EBS books were closed.