Fifty-Fifth Annual Report of the Cleveland Protestant Orphan Asylum, for the Year Ending October 31, 1907. 5000 St. Clair Avenue N. E., Cleveland, Ohio. Organized January 22, 1852. Incorporated February 22, 1853. Includes listings of officers, life members and donations.
Names in this online transcription include Abbott, Ackley, Baldwin, Beattie, Belden, Bella, Benedict, Benton, Bishop, Blair, Brainerd, Brooks, Butts, Carroll, Carter, Case, Chamberlain, Chase, Chisholm, Clark, Converse, Corning, Daniels, Dickinson, Dinda, Eels, Everett, Farnham, Fiske, Fitch, Fix, Flahaven, Foote, Garretson, Gaylord, Gibson, Gillette, Goodell, Hale, Handy, Harbach, Harvey, Hatch, Helmuth, Herrick, Hickox, Hotaling, Hoyt, Hubbard, Hurtig, Hussey, Hyde, Jones, Kelley, Kelly, Kimes, Kimmel, Leggo, LePage, Lyman, Maydole, McBride, Merchant, Miller, Milliken, Miner, Mittleberger, Montpellier, Murphy, Mygatt, Nesbitt, Nobles, Osborn, Owen, Owens, Paige, Parker, Payne, Perkins, Perry, Prentiss, Prindle, Rawson, Reynolds, Root, Russell, Sartwell, Sawicki, Schneider, Segner, Severance, Shiley, Shunk, Slade, Splittorf, Stearns, Stedman, Steinhoff, Sterling, Stone, Taylor, Tracy, Ulmer, Wade, Walker, Walworth, Weist, Williamson, Wilson, Witt, Woolsey, Worthington, Wright, Yoder.
Labels: Ohio, Orphanage Records
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