Boston Home for Aged Colored Women 1909
Fiftieth Annual Report of the Directors of the Home for Aged Colored Women, 22 Hancock Street, Boston, for the Year 1909. Includes lists of the Inmates and Subscribers.
Names in this online transcription include Ayer, Baldwin, Barker, Barnard, Bigelow, Bishop, Blake, Bullard, Cabot, Cary, Codman, Coleman, Collier, Coolidge, Crowd, Curtis, Endicott, Farwell, Faulkner, Fields, Fitz, Flagg, Furness, George, Gilmore, Goddard, Gray, Grew, Guild, Hallowell, Harrison, Head, Hemenway, Higginson, Homans, Howe, Hubbard, Jackson, Johnson, Johnston, Jones, Kidner, Kimball, Leonard, Lilly, Lothrop, Loud, Lowell, Lyman, Manning, Melledge, Monks, Morse, Nichols, Norcross, Parsons, Peabody, Porter, Powers, Putnam, Rogers, Russell, Shaw, Smith, Sprague, Stewart, Stone, Storer, Thomas, Tirrell, Townsend, Treadwell, Vincton, Wadsworth, Ware, Whiteside, Wiggins, Wilson, Young.
Labels: Massachusetts, Home Records
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