New York City Colored Orphan Asylum 1913 Report
Seventy-Seventh Annual Report of the Colored Orphan Asylum and Association for the Benefit of Colored Children in the City of New York for the Year Ending December 1st, 1913. Organized 1836. Incorporated 1838. West 259th Street, Riverdale-on-Hudson. Includes listings of Officers, Trustees and Annual Subscribers.
Names in this online transcription include Abbe, Alsop, Arcularias, Backus, Bartlett, Barton, Beatty, Bishop, Bliss, Bond, Bowne, Bransom, Brevoort, Brinckerhoff, Bronson, Brown, Browne, Bunce, Bunting, Burdsall, Burling, Butler, Camman, Carson, Cary, Case, Chapin, Cheney, Child, Chrystie, Clarkson, Cock, Codwise, Colgate, Collins, Congdon, Cornell, Corning, Courtney, Crary, Creagh, Crockroft, Currey, Cussler, Darling, Davis, Day, Dickerson, Disoway, Dodge, Dodsworth, Donaldson, Dunbar, Eddy, Edwards, Emerson, Eno, Ewart, Ferris, Few, Fowler, Franklin, Frothingham, Gardner, Gelston, Gibbons, Gignoux, Gilman, Givan, Goodrich, Goodridge, Gray, Green, Griffin, Haines, Hall, Halstead, Harper, Hasbrouck, Haviland, Hawxhurst, Hepburn, Herriman, Heyer, Hibbs, Hoag, Hoe, Holden, Holt, Howland, Hull, Hurd, Hussey, Hutton, Hyde, Hydecker, Jackson, Jacques, Jaffray, James, Jay, Johnson, Johnston, Jones, Kelly, Kennedy, Ketchum, King, Knox, Lambert, Landon, Langford, Lawrence, Lee, Leggett, Little, Lord, MacLaren, Marden, Marsh, Mason, McLaughlin, McVickar, Mead, Merrill, Meyer, Millbank, Miller, Mitchell, Moore, Mott, Munsell, Murray, North, Norton, Norwood, Noyes, Onderdonk, Packer, Palen, Park, Parker, Parr, Paxon, Phelps, Phillips, Pinchot, Porter, Powell, Pratt, Pringle, Probyn, Purdy, Quigg, Reid, Reynolds, Robert, Roeck, Roosevelt, Russell, Sackett, Sage, Sampson, Sands, Sanford, Schaefer, Schieffelin, Seaman, Sears, Sherman, Sherwood, Shotwell, Simpson, Skidmore, Smith, Spier, Stecker, Stewart, Stokes, Stoughton, Strange, Stuyvesant, Sutton, Taber, Tatum, Taylor, Thompson, Thurston, Tillotson, Tilton, Titus, Trevor, Trimble, Truslow, Underhill, Van Doran, Van Dusen, Van Rensselaer, Varick, Wales, Wall, Walton, Warner, Washburn, Webster, Weir, Wesson, West, Westelo, Wheeler, Wheelock, White, Whitehead, Wigham, Wilcox, Willets, Willis, Wilson, Wing, Wood, Woodruff, Woodward, Wright, Wyckoff.
Labels: New York, Orphanage Records
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