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Traveling
Conferences
Story hour fund .

Total current exi>en8es
Cash on hand



92,034 66

460 86
350 00
1,338 15
145 29
129 80
100 00



94,557 76
490 62

95,048 88



RDI&4TID JEWISH CHABITII8 GW BORON, 4S Hawkins St., Botton.

(Inoorporatdd 1908.)

Report for year ending May 1, 1918.

A. C. Ratshesky, President; Edward E. Norton, Secretary;
Simon E. Hecht, Treasurer; Mrs. M. M. Silverman, Superintendent,

To maintain a central oflBee for the eight affiliated societies, viz.,
United Hebrew Benevolent Association, Home for Jewish Chil-
dren, Hebrew Women's Sewing Society, Hebrew Industrial School,
Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society, Mount Sinai Hospital, Chari-
table Burial Association, Boston Branch Baron de Hirsch Fund,
and to solicit funds for support of same.

Number of paid ofl5cers or employees, 9.



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Caah on hand


$7,015 18


Salaries and wages


$4,718 51


Subscriptions and donations


68,664 07


Printing, postage, and office




Interest ....


807 78


snpplies, telephone, fur-




Loan ....


2,000 00


niture, fixtures, annual
reports and notices,








auditing, etc. .


1.765 20






Heat, light, and power


181 71






Eight societies .


54,150 00








2,000 00






Commissions


52 40






Car fares ....
Total current expenses .


44 91




$62,912 73






Cash on hand


10.074 25




$72,986 98


$72,986 98



Value of investments held by trustees for benefit of society,
$5,000.

riBST SPIRITUALIST LADIIS' AID SOCISTT, 7 Appltton St., Botton.

(Inoorporfttad 188S.)

Report for year ending April 80, 1918.

Frances L. Savage, President; Annie J. Haynea, Secretary; Nel-
lie E. Abbott, Treasurer,

To assist worthy Spiritualists and others in need.



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Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 4.

Number aided during year, 50 ; number of families aided, 3.



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Cash on hand .
Snbscriptions and donations
Annnitiea and bequests to in-
come ....
Income from investments
MisceUaneoni



f 88 46
95 00

62 96

82 00

158 81



$882 28



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Salaries and wages
Printing, postage, and office
suppUea

Rent

Miscellaneoos ....

Total current expenses
Gash on hand ....



f 93 83

5 00

165 00

8 00

9266 88
115 40

$382 28



Value of investments, $1,000.



FLOBSMCE CBirTKNTON UBAQUB OF COMPASSION, INCORPO&ATID,
ezeoutifa offio«, 614 Tremont Ttmplt, Boston; Matemi^ Home, 701-
708 HMwaehusetts ATe., Boston. (Incorporated 1907.)

Report for year ending December 31, 1012.

Eev. A. Z. Conrad, D.D., President; Mrs. John Knox Marshall,
Secretary; Rev. 0. P. Gifford, Treasurer; Mrs. C. M. Bllinwood,
Matron.

For the purpose of engaging in a general rescue and preventive
work in behalf of erring women and girls.

Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 13.

Number aided during year in institution, 90, viz., 44 paying, 29
partly paying, 17 free; outside institution, 105.



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Gash on hand .


fl.668 09


Salaries and wages


$6,550 84


From beneflciariee


1,115 09


Printing, postoge, and office




Sabscriptions and donadoni


14,764 78


supplies ....


649 92


Annuities and bequests to




Provisions and supplied


2,521 88


income .


8,100 00


Rent and telephones .


427 86


Income from investments


121 10


Heat, light, and power


1,108 96


Pajrment of mortgager*


9.888 50


Furnishings and incidental




Hospital and roof garden


2,761 00


repairs ....


2,543 00


Ck>rporation fees


175 00


Mortgage ....


11,000 00


For endowment .


3.008 00


Loan repaid, interest on








loan, mortgage and bonds


2,588 06






Hospital expenses and re-








pairs ....


4.889 18






Advertising and soliciting .


982 99






Miscellaneous

Total current expenses .


1,284 84




$38,986 08






Income invested .


2,987 50






Cash on hand


4,212 98




M1.086 51


$41,086 51



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$18,000 ; value of investments, $3,000.



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70B8TTH DDITAL DIFIBICABT FDR OHTT.DRIN, Vtnwij Mid H«m«n-

wmj St., Bofton. (Inoorpoimtdd IflO.)

Report for jmr endinf Maj 1, 1918.

Thomas A. Forsyth, President; Chester B. Humphrey, Secretary
and Treasurer; Dr. Harold deW. Cross, Director.

Establishing and maintaining an infirmary for the reception and
oral treatment, dental, medical, and surgical, of children under the
age of sixteen years and of such others as the corporation may from
time to time determine upon.



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Beeeived from Old Oolony

Trust Compauy, tmtteo. $68,846 74
Ineome .... 1,850 80



965,197 04



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Szpenditnret
Oftsb on hand



MO 98
65,156 11



965,197 04



Value of investments held by trustees for benefit of society, about
$964,597.24.



THI TKJLQiaaXT 8O0IITT, Boston. (Incorporated 1816.)

Report for your ending October 81, 1918.

Cora Leslie Turner, President; Mrs. R. L. Monks, Secretary;
Annie A. Hough, Treasurer.

To supply clothing to needy women and children.
Number aided during year, 1,000.



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Cash on hand

Subscriptions and donations
Income from investments
Ashton fund



98,721 95

149 00

906 85

1,600 00



96,877 80



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Printing, postage, and office
supplies ....
MisceUaneous

Total current expenses
Cash on hand



916 22
2,120 79

92,187 01
4,240 29

96,877 80



Value of investments, $20,863.01.



ntANCES E. ?rTTJiARI> 8ITTLIMBNT, 88-46 Chambmn St., Boiton.
(Ineorporatad 1908.)

Bei>ort for year ending January 1, 1918.

Caroline M. Caswell, President and General Manager; Nellie F.
Hill, Secretary; Mrs. Elmer A. Stevens, Treasurer.

For the purpose of providing a home or homes for young working
women or women earning very low salaries, or those training for



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self-support who need temporary aid, and helping strangers who
need assistance, etc.

Number of paid officers or employees, 22.

Number aided during year in institution, 232, viz., 221 paying,
15 partly paying, 6 free; outside institution, 1,817, viz., 1,616
partly paying, 201 free ; number of families aided, 500.



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Cash on hand .


fl87


48


Salaries and wages .


$8,412 01


Prom beneficiaries


5.876


99


Printing, postage, and office


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Subscriptions and donations


16,127


64


supplies .


977 19


Annuities and bequests to






ProTisions and supplies


3,982 81


income ....


1.000


00


Interest, principal, and in




Income from investments .


1,648


87


surance .


4,696 54


Entertainments and sales .


2,159


92


Heat, light, and power


1,112 11


Farm ....


829


21


Furnishings, improvements,




Industrial ....


1,040


55


and repairs .
Laundry

Farm and cranberry bog
Clubs

Industrial .
Miscellaneous

Total current expenses


8,815 59
681 67

1,782 09
384 22

1,120 92
295 15




$27,210 80








Cash on hand


659 86




927.869


66


$27,869 66



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$97,333; amount of mortgage on same, $51,500; value of invest-
ments, $17,167.60.



nUNCES mRRY BARNABD HOm, INOOBPO&ATID, Sf Beacon St.,
Boston. (Incorporatod IflO.)

Report for year ending January 10, 1913.

John H. Kendall, President; F. Stanley Howe, Treasurer and
Cleric.

To acquire and maintain a home for the occupancy of single
women of not less than fifty years of age, and married couples of
not less than sixty years of age, who through no fault of their own
have been reduced in circumstances, and who are preferably though
not necessarilv of the Unitarian faith.



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Cash on hand
Income from investments


. $1,782 80
526 80


Investments
Miscellaneous
Cash on hand




$2,259 60





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$1,582 85

13 15

718 60

$2,259 60



Value of investments, $11,186.25.
Not yet in operation.



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FSAXXLHI 8QUABI HOUBI, 11 iMt Hawton St., Boston. (Incorporated

1901.)

Report for year ending Febmarjr 28, 1918.

Rev. George L. Perin, President; J. Porter Russell, Secretary;
Jere A. Downs, Treasurer; Castine C. Swanson, Superintendent.

To provide a home for working girls at moderate cost.

Number of paid officers or employees, 127.

Number aided during year, 948, viz., 852 paying, 72 partly pay-
ing, 24 free.



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Cash on band .


fl4,827


81


Salaries and wages .


$40,042 82


Prom beneficiaries .


107,169


48


Printing, postage, and




Sabaeriptions and dona






ofllce supplies


2.254 97


tiont


12,565


00


Provisions and supplies


50.778 28


Income from investmenU


712


14


General repairs


6.856 71




868


42


Heat, ligbt, and power


10,228 52


Post office


25


00


Furnishings


2.056 69


Entertainments


480


82


Laundry expense


678 72


Miscellaneous .


1.099


87


Hospital expense

Advertising

Legal and auditing .

Insurance

Miscellaneous

Total current expenses


320 44

818 41

450 00

1.107 69

85 79




. $114,022 49








Cash on hand .


28,170 00




$187,192


49


$187,192 49



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$262,705.88; value of investments, $13,614.



FKAUXN VXRUH, 116 Warren St., Roibury. (Ineorporatad 1907.)

Report for year ending October 81, 1918.

Henrietta Benjamin, President; Jetty Robinson, Secretary; Julia
Stone, Treasurer.

To establish a convalescent home.



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Cash on hand

Subscriptions and donations
Income from investments



$960 84

769 60

88 78



$1,764 22



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Printing, postage, and ofllce
supplies ....
Rent

Total current expenses
Cash on hand



$120 40
50 00

$170 40
1,598 82

$1,764 22



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THI ntlDlRIO OZANAM HOUSE ASSOCIATION OF DORCHB8TIB,

36 Undtn St., DorohMUr. (Inoorpoimtad 1907.)

Report for year ending December 81, 1012.

Nicholas Browne, Jr., President; Dr. William J. Walton, Secre-
tary; Edward J. O'Neil, Treasurer; Sister Evarista, Matron.

Day nursery for care of children while mothers are at work : inci-
dentally, work procured for women.

Number of paid officers or employees, 3.

Number aided during year, 225, all partly paying.



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Cash on hand


9224 87


Salaries and wagea


9484 00


From beneficiaries


480 45


Printing, postage, and office




Sabecriptiona and donations


1,364 00


suppliei ....


76 25


Interest ....


9 86


ProTiaiona and inppliea


585 25






Bent


240 00






Heat, light, and power


126 89






Fnmishinga and incidental








repairs ....


19 12






Miscellaneous

Total current exi>ense8


88 84




91,518 85






Oash on hand


564 88




$2,078 68


92,078 68



THI QTRIDEBICK E. WBBBR CHA&ITIIS CORPORATION, 58 State St.,

Botton. (Incorporated 1901.)

Report for year ending July 18, 1918.

Arthur L. Howard, President; Howard P. Wise, Clerk; George
M. Amerige, Treasurer. ,

Benevolence or charity, public or private, including educational
or charitable institutions, and the relief of individual need regard-
less of nationality or color.

Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 3.

Number aided during year, 109 individuals and 8 corporations.



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Cash on hand
From beneficiaries (loans

repaid and interest)
Income from investments .
Refund from Associated

Charities



942 82

703 82
18,406 98

88 25



919,190 82



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Salaries and wages . 91.900 00
Printing, postage, and office

supplies . . 11 56

Rent 800 00

Educational purposes and

relief of individual need 6,321 50

Miscellaneous ... 47 85

Total current expenses . 98,580 41

Income invested . 10,500 00

Cash on hand . 110 41

919,190 82



Value of investments, $386,032.



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FBINCH WOMIN'8 CHU8TIAN ASSOCIATION, 18 Appltton St., Boston.
(Inoorporatod 1901.)

Beport for year ending April 80, 1918.

Mrs. D. K. Craig, President; Mrs. W. H. Carter, Secretary; Mar-
cel L. Orleans, Treasurer; Mrs. L. Parrot, Matron.

To help French-speaking girls secure employment and keep them
in a Christian atmosphere.

Number of paid officers or employees, 2.

Number aided during year, 146, viz., 146 paying, 1 partly paying.



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Oath on hand $245 42

Prom beneficiaries 1J27 64

Subaeriptions and donations 77 00

Sale . 187 55



$2,287 61



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Salaries and wages
Printing, postage, and office

supplies
Provisions and supplies
Water tax .
Heat, light, and. power
Furnishings and incidental

repairs
Interest on mortgage .

Total current expenses
Gash on hand



9680 55



86


70


810


28


17


00


152

1


25


78


85


262


50


. 92,038


18


199


48



92,287 61



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$7,250; amount of mortgage on same, $5,250.



OIBMAN AID SOOISTT OF BOSTON AND VICINITY, S9 Charity Build-
ing, 4S Hawkins St., Boston. (Incorporatod 1848.)
Report for year ending December 81, 1912.

C. W. Holtzer, President; Oscar A. Schmidt, Corresponding Sec-
retary; Sebastian Qahm, Treasurer; J. A. Weigmann, Agent,

Aids German immigrants to find employment, provides temporary
support, and aids poor Qerman residents in Boston without regard
to creed, giving food, fuel, rent, clothing, and medical aid.

Number of paid officers or employees, 1.

Number aided during year, 59 ; number of families aided, 169.



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Cash on hand


9858 50


Salaries and wages


9500 00


Subscriptions and donations


816 00


Printing, postage, and offle«




Income from investments


1.244 98


supplies


40 75


Legacy ....


400 00


Provisions and supplies


1,537 69






Heat, light, and power


29 24






Safe deposit box .


10 00






Treasurer's bdhd .


25 00






Telephone


81 96






Collection expense


9 20






Miscellaneous

Total current expenses


18 50




92.197 34






Cash on hand


622 14




$2,819 48


92.819 48



Value of investments, $32,409.48.



aiBMAN LADII8' AID 80CIITT OF BOSTON, M HiddleMX St., Boston.
(Inoorpoimtad IMS.)

Report for year ending September 26. 1918.

Mrs. Lizzie Munz, President; Mrs. Jacobina Schriftgiesser, Sec-
retary; Miss Anna Baner, Treasurer.

To assist needy German widows and orphan?, and to establish a
home for the aged if possible.

Number of paid oflScers or employees, 2.

Number of families aided during year, 21.



Df.
Cash on hand

Subscriptions and donations
Income from investments
Membership dues
From whist party
Miscellaneous



9153 01

90 50

277 89

846 00

128 55

8 50



91.004 45



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Salaries and wages
Printing, postage, and office

supplies
Provisions and supplies
Rent ....
Shoes and underwear .
Safety vault
Miscellaneous

Total current expenses
Cash on hand



945 00

15 12
407 00

20 00
194 76

10 00

26 50



9718 88
286 07

91.004 45



Value of investments, $14,983.92.

antLS' FRIXNDLY SOCIBTY HOBIB, Milford, Ntw Hampthire. (In-
corporated 1887.)

Report for year ending November 30. 1918.

Mrs. William Lawrence, President; Mrs. James F. Hunnewell,
Secretary; Robert D. Weston, Treasurer,

To provide a vacation home for the members of the Girls'
Friendly Society.

Number of paid employees, 7.

Xumber aided during year, 382.



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Cash on hand


$1,916 89


Salaries and wages


$560 12


Subscriptions and donations


1,506 00


Printing, postage, and office




Income from investments


492 89


supplies .


115 12


From board ....


1,991 00


Provisions and supplies


1,951 82






Hetft. Ught, and power


85 25






Furnishings and incidenta








repairs


227 71






Taxes ....


88 40






Station work, freight, etc.


654 86






New engine, pump, etc.


588 08






Repairs on buildings .


238 78






Oare of trees, etc.


168 27






Miscellaneous

Total current expenses


120 72




$4,798 08






Cash on hand


1,107 70




$5,905 78


$5,905 78



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$5,000; value of investments, $10,000.



OOVntirOR JOHN a. AMDRIW HOm association, lO Woodblnt St.,
Roibury. (Inoorporated IflO.)

Report for year ending October 81, 1918.

Lucie E. Lehman, President; Elizabeth Davis, Secretary; Edith
Drake, Treasurer; Lurana P. Wood, Matron.
To provide a home for needy civil war veterans and their wives.
^NTumber of paid officers or employees, 1.
Number aided during year, 8.



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Cash on hand

Subscriptions and

Dues .

Prom beneficiaries

Meals and room .

Flag book .

Miscellaneous



donations



$474 44
586 86

28 00
267 06
131 90
110 00

47 88



$1,590 58



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Salaries and wages


$171 75


Printing, postage, and office




supplies


46 80


Provisions and supplies


888 88


Rent ....


660 00


Heat, light, and power


156 08


Furnishings and incidental




repairs


26 09


Telephone


39 92


Insurance on furniture


10 00


Water tax .


19 25


Miscellaneous


28 15


Total current expenses


$1,536 87


Gash on hand


58 71




$1,590 58



THB aUILD or ST. ELIZABETH, 6f EMt Sprlngfltld St., Boiton. (In-
corporated 1901.)
Report for year ending October 81, 1918.

Miss Maud M. Bockwell, President; Mrs. James W. Hinckley,
Secretary; Miss Alice F. Murray, Treasurer; Miss Mary A. MuJ-
lowney and Mrs. Rose Simmons, Matrons.



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Benevolent work among children of the poor of all nationalities
and creeds, including day nursery.

Number of paid employees, 7,

Number aided during year, 600, viz., 117 paying 5 cents a day,
15 partly paying, 368 free.



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Cash on hand


$698


87


Salaries and wages


91.588 97


Memben' fees . . .


90


00


Printing, postage, and office




Subscriptions and donations


177


75


supplies .


52 05


Entertainments


1.884


92


Provisions and supplies


478 64


Honorary members


670


00


Interest on mortgage .


850 00


Day nursery


549


12


Heat, light, and power


180 18


Summer outings .


49


00


Furnishings and inddenta




Interest ....


28


96


repairs
Entertainments
Sewing school supplies
Summer outings .
Telephone
MiscellaneouB

Total current expenses


405 89
80 82
95 19
25 00
86 10
20 22




98,258 06








Oash on hand


840 06




$8,598


12


98,598 12



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$8,000 ; amount of mortgage on same, $7,000 ; value of investments,
$500.

HAHNEMANN HOSPITAL, Boiton. (Incorporated 18M.)
Beport for year ending January 12, 1918.

Samuel A. Kimball, President; Sumner Robinson, Cleric and
Treasurer, 36 Congress St., Boston.

Maintenance of hospital for medical or surgical cases in accord-
ance with principles of homoeopathy.



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Cash on hand
Income from investments



91,261 10
1,468 25



$2,724 85



Cr.
Premium on treasurer's bond
Legal services

Commission of 5 per cent,
income ....

Total current expenses
Cash on hand



930 00
23 00

78 16



$126 16
2.598 19

92.724 35



Value of investments, $29,010.

The corporation is not doing business, but is adding income to
principal.



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HALB HOUn ASSOCIATION, 6 OwUnd St., Boston. (Incorporated

18f7.)
Report for year ending September 30, 1918.

Heniy B. Sawyer, President; John H. Oakes, Secretary; Walter
W. Beckett, Treasurer; Ernest C. Amy, Head Resident.

To foster a spirit of individual independence and neighborhood
co-operation and to promote good citizenship.

Number of paid oflSeers or employees, 10.

Number aided during year, 900, viz., 800 partly paying, 100 free.



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Cash on hmnd
Subscriptions and donations
Income from investments .
Miscellaneous



92 00

11,244 44

708 15

86 51



fl2,086 10



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Salaries and wages .


$4>703 71


Printing, postage, and office




suppUes . . . .


870 23


Rent


660 00


Heat, light, and power


491 88


Furnishings and incidental




repairs .


470 88


Mortgage, interest, and in-




surance


298 69


Camps . . . .


4,869 67


Clubs, elasses, etc. .


320 54


Miscellaneous


249 50



Total current expenses
Income invested .
Cash on hand



$11,984 10

70 68

31 82

$12,086 10



HABBIET TUBMAN HOV8I, Sf Holyokt St., Boiton. (Incorporated

i9oe.)

Report for year ending October 81, 1918.

Mrs. Julia 0. Henson, President; Mrs. Annie W. Young, Secre-
iary; Mrs. Cornelia R. Bobinson, Treasurer and Matron.

To maintain a home for young working women, with home com-
forts, at the lowest possible cost; an employment bureau nlaintained.

Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 1.

Number aided during year, 65, viz., 62 paying, 3 partly paying.



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Cash on hand . . . .
From rent of rooms and lec-
ture room ....



92 21
807 24



$809 45



Cr.



Salaries and wages


$88 55


Printing, postage, and office




supplies


17 00


Provisions and supplies .


156 00


Invested in buUding .


97 00


Heat and light


196 62


Furnishings and incidental re




pairs ....


235 40


Insurance


18 00


Water rates .


17 25


Miscellaneous .


38 63



$809 45



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$7,500; amount of mortgage, $4,500.

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THI HIBRIW IMBCia&AirT AID 800IITY, 104 Salem St., Boston.
(Incorporated 1904.)

Report for year ending May 81, 1918.

Isaac Heller, President; James H. Stone, Secretary; Harris
Poorvu, Treasurer.
To aid Hebrew immigrants, particularly detained immigrants.
Number of paid ofScers or employees, 3.
Employs a collector on commission.



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From federation . . 9000 00

Subscriptions and donation! 5,528 68



96,428 68



Of.

Salaries and wagea . 92,600 00

Collection fees and exi>ense8 1,400 56
Printing, postage, and office

supplies .... 207 80

Bent 800 00

Gas 20 16

Telephone and telegrams 115 78

Banquet .... 116 10

Transportation ... 68 10

Checks refused payment 8 10

Deficit, May, 1912 980 19

Total current expenses 95,811 79

Cash on hand 611 89

96,428 68



HEBREW INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL, 154 Charlei St., Boston. (Incorporated

1902.)
Report for year ending May 1, 1918.

Louis Hecht, President; Miss Golde Bamber, Secretary and Su-
perintendent; Albert Van Baalte, Treasurer.

Trade and industrial training of the daughters of immigrants.
Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 9.
Number aided during year, 260, all free.



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Cash on hand
Federation .
Baron de Hirsch fund
Sales and work .
Interest
Bequest
Subscriptions and donations
Rent



9728 09
3,800 00
600 00
81 27
661 28
850 00
142 00
450 00

96.212 64



Or,
Salaries

Rent ....
Expenses

Total current expenses
Cash on hand



92,784 50

900 00

1,644 52

95,279 02
938 62



96.212 64



"Value of investments, $18,000.



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HIBSIW LADnS' M08HIV ZBKADIIK ASSOCXATIOir, 11 QuMn St.,

DorohMUr. (Inoorporftted lfM.)f

Beport for year ending Aofut 81, 1018.

Bobert Finkelstein, President; Harris Koritz, Secretary; Mrs.
Minnie Merkelson, Treasurer; Baer Solomon, Superintendent.

To care for old and indigent Jewish men and women of Boston
and vicinity.

Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 9.

Number aided during year, 78.



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Oash on hand


$2,187 74


Salaries and wages .


18,209 80


From beneflciariet


2,600 75


Printing, postage, and office




Snbteriptiona and donationa


8.947 58


■npplies ....


842 53


Annnitiea and bequesU to




ProTiiioni and supplies


5.042 18


income . . . .


250 00


Heat, light, and power


1,741 08


Income from investment! .


491 00


Furnishings and incidentol




Entertainmenta .


1,001 00


repairs ....


887 00


Special collection for pay-




Paid on mortgage


9.000 00


ment of mortgage .


7.760 97


Interest and collection


1,275 57






Miscellaneous

Total current escpenses .


1,008 22



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