Twenty-Third Annual Report of the Old People's Home, For the Year Ending May, 1896, Indiana Avenue and Thirty-Ninth Street, Chicago, Ill. Includes a list of the Names of Inmates.
Beneficiaries of this institution shall not be less than sixty (60) years of age; but in special cases persons may be admitted who are not less than fifty-five (55) years of age by vote of Board of Managers, approved by the Board of Trustees.
DUTIES OF INMATES: The inmates will at all times be required to treat the Managers and the Matron with deference and respect, and to pay strict attention to all rules and regulations for the government of the institution. And it shall be the duty of each one of them, by a quite, gentle and lady like deportment, to diffuse an air of cheerfulness and good feeling throughout the whole establishment, and by acts of kindness and forbearance to gain the esteem and promote the comfort and happiness of each other.
Names in this online transcription include Adams, Ash, Barnes, Barrett, Bayley, Bibbins, Blackwell, Blair, Bouton, Brookland, Brown, Bye, Cary, Connell, Cooper, Crane, Crosby, Cuthbert, De Pelgrom, Devor, Dibblee, Dodge, Dunlap, Durfee, Egan, Elkins, Ettinger, Evans, Fallis, Field, Fitzgerald, Follansbee, Foord, Foster, Gamble, Gettlns, Gorgas, Gorten, Graham, Grey, Grosscup, Hamilton, Hansen, Harwood, Hendrickson, Henry, Herrick, Hewitt, Hoffman, Homen, Horton, Hoyne, Hoyt, Hutchinson, Ivison, Jenkins, Jones, Kaintz, Kayton, Keenan, Keith, Kelley, Kent, King, Kinney, Lancaster, Lathrop, Laycock, Lester, Lombard, Lounsbury, Lowry, Ludington, Luna, Macey, Marsman, Middleton, Morland, Morton, Moulton, Neill, Norton, Nunan, Oleson, Otis, Ott, Phelps, Porter, Raymond, Rayner, Remdlof, Sharp, Short, Shortall, Smith, Spruance, Steele, Stiles, Stone, Swan, Temple, Thomson, Thurman, Tolman, Tooker, Tucker, Underwood, Van Alstine, Van Horne, Vermulen, Walden, Wallace, Wheeler, Whitehead.
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