Eighth Annual Report of the Directors of the Massachusetts Infant Asylum, Presented to the Corporation at the Annual Meeting, April 6, 1875. Includes list of Officers of the Corporation.
The Massachusetts Infant Asylum is on Walnut Street, Brookline, within two minutes' walk of Mr. J. Anson Guild’s Grocery Store. The Brookline Horse Cars and Steam Oars run within three minutes' walk of the house.
No child born out of the State is admitted, except under the provisions of law.
No children over nine months old are admitted.
All children are subject to medical examination before admission.
Names in this online transcription include Adam, Amory, Bowditch, Cabot, Case, Derby, Earle, Eliot, Green, Higginson, Hooper, Lodge, Loring, Lowell, May, Motley, Parker, Parsons, Peirson, Philbrick, Porter, Putnam, Revere, Rockwell, Sewall, Smith, Tappan, Ware, Zakrzewska.
Labels: Massachusetts, Employment Records
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