January, 1863. Second Annual Report of the Home for Aged Men, No. 17, South Street, Boston. Includes listing of Subscribers and Donors.
Names in this online transcription include Adams, Albree, Allen, Amory, Appleton, Austin, Babcock, Baird, Baker, Ballard, Barnard, Bates, Beebe, Bigelow, Billings, Blackburn, Blake, Blanchard, Boardman, Bowditch, Bradford, Bradlee, Brimmer, Brooks, Brown, Burgess, Cabot, Callender, Chandler, Cheever, Child, Cochran, Codman, Collamore, Coolidge, Cotton, Cushing, Dale, Dalton, Daniell, Davis, Dehon, Denny, Devens, Ditson, Edmands, Eldridge, Ellis, Endicott, Faxon, Fearing, Forbes, Foster, Francis, French, Fulton, Gaffield, Gardner, Goddard, Gould, Grant, Gray, Greenleaf, Grew, Hale, Harris, Hayward, Heard, Herman, Hodges, Hooper, Hovey, Howe, Howes, Humphrey, Hunnewell, Iasigi, Jacobs, Johnson, Joy, Kimball, Knights, Kuhn, Lawrence, Lee, Lincoln, Loring, Lowell, Lyman, Mack, Mason, McGregor, Mellen, Meriam, Merriam, Messinger, Miner, Norcross, Paige, Palmer, Parker, Parkman, Parsons, Payson, Pearson, Peters, Piper, Pond, Pope, Pratt, Preston, Quincy, Read, Reed, Richardson, Ropes, Russell, Salisbury, Sargent, Sayles, Sever, Sewall, Seward, Shaw, Shimmin, Sigourney, Simpson, Skinner, Sprague, Stedman, Stevens, Storer, Story, Sturgis, Swett, Thayer, Tobey, Tudor, Tufts, Tuttle, Upton, Vose, Wainwright, Wales, Ware, Warren, Waterston, Welch, Weld, Welles, Wellington, Wells, Wentworth, White, Whiting, Whitmore, Whitney, Whitwell, Williams, Withington, Wolcott, Woodward, Wright.
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