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Supt., N. R. Hamell: Gen. Med., E. E. Cornwall, R. A. Henderson, D. A. Meiselas,
I. Betz: Surgs.. S. Davis, J. Kriete; Gynec, H. A. Wade, M. M. Crawford, T. Welton,
E. A. Bruyn; Ear, Nose and Throat, U. A. McClelland, N. Cohen; Eye, G. W. Jean. H.
Lombardo; Children, J. M. Wallfield, N. Cohen, L. Shnayerson ; Dent., C. Kriegel.

OGDENSBURG.
DISPENSARY OF THE ST. LAWRENCE STATE HOSPITAL—

Hours, 10 to 3, Sat. only.

Cons. Phys., A. W. Fairbanks, Chazy; J. B. Ransom, Dannemora; F. G. D'Avignon,
Ausable Forks; L. G. Barton, Willsboro; W. A. Wardner, St. Regis Falls; G. H. Oliver,
Malone; C. F. Wickes, Saranac Lake; F. B. Smith, G. D. Gregor, Watertown; H. G. Locke,
J. H. Kevan, E. S. Van Duyne, Syracuse: J. K. Stockwell, W. H. Kidder, Oswego: G. C.
Madill. W. N. Bell, W. B. Hanbidge, H. B. Butler, D.D.S., Ogdensburg.
The attending physicians are the regular hospital staff.

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ROCHESTER.

ROCHESTER GENERAL HOSPITAL DISPENSARY (The Magiu-
Jewell Memorial"). 501 West Main st. The only charge is ten cents for medicine.

Supt.. M. L. Keith. Gen. Med. and Surgs., Women and Children, H. A. Sadden, A. P.
Reed, W. E. Powell, C. L. Hineher, S. S. Bullen, H. I. Andrews, C. K. Haskell, J.
Aikman, E. S. Amsler, C. U. Costello. F. R. Lewis, E. J. States; Eye, R. L. Carson, A. C.
Snell, L. W. Jones. A. G. Morris, Mon., Wed., Fri., 11; Ear, B. A. Richards, Mon.,
Thurs.. 4: Orth. Surg., R. R. Fitch. H. L. Prince, Mon., Thurs., 4; Throat and Nose,
J. M. Ingersoll, N. D. McDowell. Tues., Fri., 4; Skin and G.-U., J. L. Roseboom, W. F.
Plumley. J. W. Ruggles. Tues., Fri., 4: Nervous, E. L. Hanes, Tues., 11: Diseases of
Women. G. M. Gelster. J. F. Beiermeister ; Women (women physicians). M. E. Baldwin,
0. W. Thomas. Tues.. Fri.. 4.

ROCHESTER PUBLIC HEALTH ASSOCIATION 95 Troup st. Tel.

1590 Home and 3780 Main Bell. Hours. S.30 to 5.30. daily.

E. G. Whipple. Exec. Sec. Gen. Med.. W. H. Cadmus, A. S. Pike, C. C. Sutter, G. C.
Whitney, H. A. Sadden. A. P. Reed, J. Aikman, J. E. Guldin; Orth., R. R. Fitch, H. L.
Prince: Eye. A. C. Snell; Cons., F. H. Clark, A. G. Morris; Nose and Throat, Surgs.,
N. D. McDowell: Cons., L. W. Jones. A. G. Morris. F. H. Clark, W. W. Schairer; Nervous,
G. Vander Beck; Tuberc. A. Bowen, C. F. Chaffee, J. E. Guldin, E. W. Kennedy. E. G.
Nugent, J. A. O'Connor. E. G. Whipple, H. A. Sadden; Open Air School, J. Aikman: Skin,
S. Landauer; Surgs.. fi. K. Haskell. C. W. Hoyt, A. S. Amsler. G. C. Whitney, F. R. Lewis,
\. L. Smith.



74 2 DISPENSARIES OF NEW YORK STATE.

ROCHESTER HOMCEPATHIC HOSPITAL, DISPENSARY — 224

Alexander st.

Ocul., Sr.. E. J. Bissell; L. H. Clark, Jr.; F. Barber; Gyn., G. A. B. Carter; Surgs..
J. R. Honiss, A. E. Davis; Orth., L. A. Whitney, E. B. Cook; Laryn., H. W. Hoyt;
L. J. Sanders; Asst. Laryn., G. H. Welch; Phys., W. B. Carman, H. S. Schumacher,
L. A. Dickinson.

SARATOGA.

SARATOGA HOSPITAL, DISPENSARY.

Staff: J. R. Swanick, W. J. Green, M. J. Ahearn.

SCHENECTADY.

DISPENSARY OF THE SCHENECTADY DAY NURSERY ASSO-
CIATION.— 25 Lafayette st. H. R. 1270 J. Hours, 12 to 1, Tues., Thurs. and Sat.

Supt., Miss I. M. Schram; Vis. Phys. and Surgs., W. B. Stone, S. S. Ham, W. P. Faust,
F. vander Bogart, J. Birkhead, M. S. Lord, E. S. Vass, H. E. Hughes, J. J. Burke, A. A.
Samorini; Eye and Ear, Tues., 9 to 10, M. S. Lord; Dental, Mon., Wed., Sat., 9 to 12,
H. V. Grigg; Phys. and Surg., L. Betts, H. P. Groesbeck, J. J. York.

ELLIS HOSPITAL DISPENSARY.— 12 to 1. Emergency srevice open day
and night. Eye and Ear Clinic, Tues., Fri., 3 to 4.
Staff: L. Betts, L. A. Gould, D. Nathan, C. B. Witter, E. Vass, L. K. Dugan.

SYRACUSE.

SYRACUSE FREE DISPENSARY— 610 and 612 E. Fayette st. Tel. 194

Warren. Admission on certificate of physicians. Open daily, except Sun. and holidays.

Cons. Staff: C. A. Covell, W. A. Groat, T. H. Halsted, J. R. Johnson, A. E. Larkin,

F. W. Marlow, C. A. Mercer, A. B. Miller, S. F. Snow, E. S. Van Duyn, J. Van Duyn,
H. L. Stebbins. Staff: W. D. Alsever, H. C. Baum, E. W. Belknap, G. S. Britten, G. B.
Broad, M. G. Brown, J. J. Buettner, J. H. Burch, J. R. Burns, R. Burns, M. A. Cain,

G. B. Case, H. G. Case, D. S. Childs, A. Cone, C. F. Coon, S. B. Craton, B. M. Domser, T. L.
Deavor, H. B. Doust, T. P. Farmer, F. H. Flaherty, T. F. Foreman, N. W. Foster, J. H.
Kevand, H. G. Kline, F. H. Knoff, W. F. Law, B. C. Loveland, G. S. Luke, H. A. MacGruer,
H. U. Magee, L. R. Mellor, T. H. Mesick, E. L. Mooney, D. H. Murray, J. C. Palmer, C. B.
Post, P. Potter, G. M. Price, H. B. Pritchard, G. S. Reed, E. C. Reifenstein, G. H.
Rockwell, H. W. Schoeneck. J. Sheehan, C. N. Smith, F. W. Smith, H. S. Steensland,
f. H. Stephenson, W. E. Truex, C. J. Wells, J. R. Wiseman, A. M. Wose, E. J. Wynkoop.
Dentist, W. T. Packard.

TROY.
SAMARITAN HOSPITAL DISPENSARY.

Eye and Ear, Tues., Thurs. and Sat., 9, F. A. Smith; Nose and Throat, Tues. and Sat.,
1.30, E. W. Becker; Skin, Wed., 9.30, H. W. Carey; Nervous Dis., Wed., 4, H. a
6ordlnier; Asst., W. Kirk.

UTICA.
UTICA FREE DISPENSARY Open daily from 8.30 to 5.00 p.m.

Surgs.: H. Jones, F. T. Owens; Tuberc. : F. I. Staunton, L. Amsbry, F. T. Owens; Eye,
Ear, Nose and Throat: W. Beattie, J. Gage; Gyn.: D. C. Munro, A. Martine; Med.: E. R.
Evans, D. Pugh : Orth.: C. Baldwin: Skin: G. M. Fisher; Child.: F. I. Staunton,
}, W. W. Dimon.



I » YONKERS.

ST. JOSEPH'S HOSPITAL DISPENSARY. — Yonkers. S. B'way «nd
Vark st.

Phys., G. C. Enright, C. B. Flynn, J. A. Faiella, M. Fischman, C. V. Umsted. R. J.
Gaffney; Ophth., Otol. and Laryn., E. A. Spilsbury, H. A. Riley: Dentist, H. W. Bertholf.

SHERMAN MEMORIAL DISPENSARY OF ST. JOHN'S RIVER-
SIDE HOSPITAL*— Ashburton av. & B'way. Patients are charged 10 to 25 cents
each treatment, unless they give satisfactory proof that they are worthy and in
indigent circumstances. Hours, Surg, and Med. Clinic, daily, 11 to 12. Eye, Ear,



DISPENSARIES OF NEW YORK STATE. 743

Nose and Throat, Tues., 7.30 to 9. P. M.; Thurs., 2 to 4 P. M. Children, Tues. and
Thurs., 3.30 to 4.30; Sat. 11.30 to 12.30. Ortho. Clin., Wed., 3 to 5. G.-U., Tues., 2
to 3 P. M. Gynec. Clin., Tues. & Thurs., 3 to 4 P. M. Dental, Tues., Thurs. &. Fri.
4 to 5 P. M. Digestive Clin., Mon., 3.30 to 4.30 P. M. Classes in Correct. Gymnas.,
Wed., 3.30 to 4.30, from Oct. 1 to July 1.

Staff: Surgs., Chief, D. C. Paterson; Asst. Chief, A. N. Benedict; Clin. Assts., C. A.
Sweet, W. J. Doerfler, H. Betts; Med., Chief, B. Latcher; Clin. Assts., R. B. Scofield,
J. Leverett; Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, Chief, A. J. Smith; Clin. Assts., E. G. Littell,
W. J. Doerfler, G. Schoonover; Children's Clin., Chief, E. G. Littell; Clin. Assts., L. V.
Waldron, C. Osterheld; Ortho., Chief, R. H. Shanahan ; Clin. Assts., D. Paterson;
6.-U. Clin., Acting Chief, H. Betts; Gyn. Clin., Chief, S. E. Getty; Asst., A. N. Benidict:
Dental, Chief, W. H. Garratt; Clin. Assts., L. E. Burr, H. Rosen; Digestive, Chief, F. M.
Johnson; Instr. in Corr. Gymn., I. Monberg.

TUBERCULOSIS DISPENSARY 291 Nepperhan av. Tel. 2510. Conducted

by the Yonkers Tuberculosis Commission.

Attd. Staff: B. Latcher, Chairman; A. N. Benedict, C. A. Sweet, R. B. Scofield,
J. P. Trotter, A. Murphy.



BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS OF NEW YORK STATE.

STATE BOARD OF CHARITIES— The Capitol, Albany. A constitutional
body composed of twelve commissioners, whose duties are defined by the Constitution
of 1S95. Maintains a general supervision over all institutions and societies of a
charitable or correctional character in receipt of public moneys, except hospitals
for the insane and reformatories in which men convicted of felony are confined; to
approve or not to approve the incorporation of such institutions; to investigate the
condition of the poor seeking relief; to administer the laws providing for the care,
support and removal of the State and alien paupers ; to collect statistical information
concerning the work of said institutions. W. R. Stewart, Pres. ; S. W. Rosendale,
Vice-Pres. : R. W. Hebberd, Sec; R. W. Hill, Supt. State and Alien Poor; R. W. Wallace.
Supt. of Inspections.

STATE CHARITIES AID ASSOCIATION, THE Office, 105 E. 22d

St.. Sew York City, Tel. 1454-1455 Gramercy. Organized in 1S72. Visits State, county.
city and town charitable institutions and promotes the improvement of al. public
charity. Maintains a Committee on Mental Hygiene which conducts an educational
campaign regarding the causes and prevention of insanity and which maintains
a mental dispensary and two social workers for the assistance of individuals
threatened with mental disorders. Provides for placing-out children in family
homes. Provides situations at housework for destitute mothers with children.
Maintains a committee on hospitals and a committee on provision for the feeble-
minded. Organizes committees for the prevention of tuberculosis in New York State
outside of New York -City. Promotes the establishment of tuberculosis hospitals and
dispensaries, the registration of tuberculosis patients, and the sanitary supervision of
households in which tuberculosis exists. Watches legislation affecting charities.
Organizes agencies for the care of dependent children in counties and supervises
the work of the agents.

OFFICERS.— J. H. Choate, Pres.; Mrs. W. B. Rice, G. F. Canfield, Miss L. L. Schuyler,
Vice-Prests. ; Homer Folks, Sec; Geo. J. Nelbach, Everett S. Elwood and Miss M.
V. Clark, Asst. Secretaries.

ALBLRN.

SUNNY CREST SANITARIUM.— Tel. 1S99-J. For tuberculosis.
Phys. in charge, A. F. Hodgeman.

BATAVIA.

BLIND. N. Y. STATE SCHOOL, FOR THE.— For the instruction and
training of blind children between five and twenty-one, residents of any county of
the State, except Nassau, New York, Kings, Queens, Putnam, Suffolk, Richmond, Rock-
land and Westchester. Supt,. C. A. Hamilton.

BATH.

SOLDIERS' AND SAILORS' HOME. NEW YORK STATE Union

soldiers who served in the War of the Rebellion received.
Commandant. J. E. Ewell. House Staff: R. C. Hill, Surg.; W. A. Andrews and P. E.
ski, tests. : L. W. Jones, Ophth. Surg., Rochester.

BEACON.

R. R. STATION, FISHKILL LANDING, N. Y.*

MATTEAWAN STATE HOSPITAL Tel. 236. For insane persons com-
mitted by courts of criminal jurisdiction: for such convicted persons as may be
declared insane while undergoing sentence of one year or less for a misdemeanor at
any of the various penal institutions in the State: for all female convicts becoming
insane while undergoing sentence, and for patients who still manifest criminal ten-
dencies and who are transferred from other State hospitals by the State Hospital
Commission. Vis. days, 2 to 5, except Sundays and holidays.

Med. Supt.. R. F. C. Kieb; 1st Asst., J. W. Moore: Asst. Phys., B. R. Webster, F. E
Spencer. J. H. Blauvelt, G. A. Sharp.

744



BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS OF NEW YORK STATE. 745

BEDFORD HILLS.

MOMEFIORE HOME COUNTRY SANATORIUM.— Capacity. 180 beds.
Free treatment of pulmonary tuberculosis in early stages. Apply for admission to the
Montefiore Home. Sew York.

Med. Supt., L. Rosenberg; Consults., A. Meyer, M. Tashman.

BINGHAMTON.

BINGHAMTON STATE HOSPITAL (For the Insane).— Tel. 453. Via. days,

Ion., Wed. and Fri., 2 to 4.

Supt., C. G. Wagner, M.D. ; 1st Asst. Phys., T. I. Townsend. E. Gillespie, W. J. Tiffany.
R. HcG. Chapman, R. R. Williams, J. C. Partridge, C. H. Bellinger, E. W. Groll; Woms.
Phys. E. Walker.

BUFFALO.

BUFFALO STATE HOSPITAL (For the Insane). — Forest av. Tels. Bel!
North 2261, Frontier 3237. Vis. days, Mon., Wed., Fri., 2 to 5.

Med. Supt., A. W. Hurd; 1st Asst. Phys., G. W. Gorrill; Sr. Asst. Phys., G. G.
Armstrong, J. B. Betts, C. Fletcher, R. King, H. F. May; Woman Phys., H. J. Kuhlmann;
Asst. Phys.. P. D. Borden. W. L. Howell, G. F. Harris.

LE COUTEULX ST. MARY'S.— (For the improved instruction of Deaf-
Mutes), in charge of the Sisters of St. Joseph (R. C). Children are received at the
age of five and retained until twenty.

CANAAN.

BERKSHIRE INDUSTRIAL FARM Receives unruly boys, between

six and sixteen years, by deed of surrender from parents or guardians, by commit-
ment by magistrate, and by transfer from other institutions. Supported by gifts from
the public, amounts paid by parents or guardians, and received from courts or
superintendent of the poor.

CENTRAL ISLIP.
CENTRAL ISLIP STATE HOSPITAL (For the Insane).— Tel. 18 Central
Islip.

Med. Supt.. G. K. Smith; /test. Supt.. H. B. Herman; Sr. Asst. Phys., H. G. Gibson,
C. M. Burdick, G. W. Mills, C. L. Yaux, G. C. H. Burns, D. Corcoran, T. W. Simon,
F. Hinkley, R. G. Reed. W. Leavitt, A. E. Ullman; Asst. Phys., L. S. London, J. B. Allen,
W. A. Conlon. W. N. Barnhardt, E. H. Ende, A. T. Wood; Woman Phys., S. L. Smalley,
X. M. Weseott: Med. Internes, M. M. Grover, Harry Elkins, R. G. Wearne, W. J. Thompson,
T. D. Streeter, C. L. Watson.

CHAPPAQUA.

HOME FOR CONVALESCENT CHILDREN — Maintained by the Chil-
dren's Aid Society of New York.

DANNEMORA.

DANNEMORA STATE HOSPITAL (For Insane Males Felons).

Med. Supt., C. H. North; Asst. Phys. J. R. Ross, R. Dexter. H. R. Robert, L. T. McNulty,

DOBBS FERRY.

JUVENILE ASYLUM, NEW YORK Dobbs Ferry. Tel. 107. Office of

corporation, 413 Terminal Building. N. Y. Apply to Children's Court, 66 3d av. Truant
and disobedient children, and those requiring discipline between six and sixteen
years, belonging to the City of New York. Children detained in the Asylum according
to their improvement and reformation. Vis. Day, first Sunday of each month. Agency
for placing children in homes, 79 Dearborn st., Chicago.

Phys., R. A. Denniston.

ST. CHRISTOPHER'S HOME FOR CHILDREN, DOBBS FERRY,
S. Y.— Under the patronage of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Receives children
between four and ten, on legal surrender. Retains girls until eighteen and boys
until fourteen, or until suitable homes have been secured. Capacity, 130. Vis. day,
first Saturday of each month and legal holidays, 2 to 5. Apply to Mrs. J. H. Littell
28 W. 50th St., New York City. Burdette B. Brown, Supt.



746 BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS OF NEW YORK STATE.

ELMIRA.
NEW YORK STATE REFORMATORY.— For the reformation of male
prisoners between sixteen and thirty years convicted of their first felony.
Supt., P. J. McDonnell; Asst. Supt., F. L. Christian, M.D. ; Sr. Phys., J. R. Harding;

Asst., C. H. Turner,

FREEVILLE.

FORBES WALTER HOSPITAL, Under the charge of the George Juuior

Republic Association.
Matron, Mrs. J. W. Card; Vis. Phys., H. Genung.

GARDEN CITY.

HOUSE OF ST. GILES THE CRIPPLE Tel. 1244. Home and hospital

for destitute crippled children. Receives for treatment destitute crippled children
under sixteen years. Vis. days, 2 to 4, except Sun.

Miss R. G. Morgan in charge. Surgs., B. B. Mosher, Chief; E. Hodges, J. M. Cal-
ender, R. H. Herkimer, F. F. Lyne, H. M. Warner, F. 0. Kraemer, Jr.; Cons. Staff,
S. Sherwell, Derm. ; P. C. Jameson, Ophth. ; F. C. Raynor, Laryn. ; L. G. Baldwin, Gyn. ;
C. P. Gildersleeve, Surg.; A. C. Brush, Neur. ; F. H. Miller.

GOWAXDA.

GOWAXDA STATE HOMEOPATHIC HOSPITAL (For the Insane).
Tel. 30.

Med. Supt., C. A. Potter; 2d Asst. Phys., C. V. Schneider; Asst. Phys., E. V. Gray,
F. P. Schenkelberger, P. R. Vessie; Woman Phys., A. E. Perkins.

HASTINGS-ON-HUDSON.

ORPHAN ASYLUM SOCIETY IN THE CITY OF NEW YORK

(P. E.). — Destitute orphans between two and ten years received gratuitously. Vis.
day, last Sat. afternoon of each month. R. R. Reeder, Supt. Apply, with children
for admission, to the Executive Committee, Thurs. from 10 to 12, Room 516, United
Charities Building, 105 E. 22d st.

HUDSON.

NEW YORK STATE TRAINING SCHOOL FOR GIRLS.— For the

training of destitute, neglected and delinquent girls under sixteen years, residents
of New York State. Supt., Hortense V. Bruce, M.D. ; Res. Phys., M. C. Conant; Vis.
Ophth. and Laryn., F. B. Wheeler; Cons. Phys. and Surg., S. V. Whitbeck; Phys. Bd. of
Mgrs., T. Wilson. .

KING'S PARK.

KING'S PARK STATE HOSPITAL (For the Insane). -Tel. 11 King's
Park. Vis. days, Wed., Sun. and legal holidays.

Supt., W. A. Macy, M.D. : 1st Asst. Phys., C. F. Haviland, A. J. Rosanoff; Sr. Asst.
Phys., W. H. Sanford, C. L. Carlisle, C. B. West, P. C. Washburn; Asst. Phys., W. H.
Hagenbuch, R. E. Blaisdell, H. F. Coffin, N. G. Wright-Bartram, C. S. Parker, J. H.
Shuffieton, M. R. Bowman, I. J. Furman; Res. Dentist, E. Conde.

ST. JOHNLAND, THE SOCIETY OF A church community on the cottage

plan of about 200 adults and children. Many are supported free, but the charge is $340
per year for an aged couple, $250 per year for an old woman, $170 per year for an
old man and $125 per year for a child. Children are admitted between two and ten.
Boys are kept until fourteen years; girls until seventeen or eighteen to be trained
for domestic service. Apply to the Superintendent, Alice P. Thomson, 49 W. 20th St., on
Thurs., between 12.30 and 2, or by letter to King's Park, L. I.

LIBERTY, NEW YORK.

LOOMIS SANATORIUM (For the Treatment of Tuberculosis).— P. 0. Loomis.
Hopeless cases not admitted. Mrs. R. Irvin, Pres. ; Mrs. J. D. Prince, Sec: H. R. Taylor,
Treas.

Board, W. M. Polk, F. H. Bosworth, V. Y. Bowditch, W. F. Chappell, T. C. Janeway,
H. M. King, I. W. Markoe, F. E. Miller, E. 0. Otis, C. E. Quimby, A. A. Smith, D. M.



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Stimson, H. F. Walker. Staff, H. M. King. Phys. in charge; Asso. Phys., C. VS. Mills;
Asst. Phys., E. R. Bridge; Phys. at Annex, J. A. O'Reilly. Apply to H. M. King, Phys.-in-
Chief, and whenever possible through the family physician.

3IIDDLETOWN.

MIDDLETOWX STATE HOMEOPATHIC HOSPITAL (For the
Insane.)

Med. Supt., M. C. Ashley; 1st Asst. Phys.. R. C. Woodman; Sr. Asst. Phys., A. S.
Moore; Asst. Phys., W. E. Kelly, E. S. Burdsall; Woman Phys., J. Fish: Med. Internes,
S. B. Pond, H. B. Blossom, R W. Moody.

MINEOLA.
CHILDREN'S HOME OF MIXEOLA.- Has 62 inmates. Phys. in charge,
E. D. Skinner, Mineola. Cons. Phys., J. H. Bogart, Roslyn.

MT. VERXOX.

MARY FISHER HOME ASSOCIATION, THE, 325 Highland av. For
professional persons of either sex. Apply at home.

THE MARTHA WILSON HOME.— Applicants must nave been residents
of the City of Mount Vernon for five years preceding application, and before final
admission, shall be received on probation for four months. Admission fee, $500.

Matron, Mrs. Annie S. Hubbell; Attd. Phys., T. F. Goodwin, N. H. Ives.

WARTRURG ORPHANS' FARM SCHOOL (Of the Evangelical Lutheran
Church). — Receives gratuitously orphans from two to ten years old on legal surrender.
Apply to Rev. 6. C. Berkemeier, Mt. Vernon. J. Lewin, Attd. Phys.

NEWARK.
STATE CUSTODIAL ASYLUM FOR FEEBLE-MINDED WOMEN.

— For the care and protection of indigent, feeble-minded women of child-bearing
capacity, residents of the State. Insane and helpless cases are not received. E. A.
Nevin, Supt.

NEW YORK CITY.

BOROUGHS OF MANHATTAN AND BRONX.

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC CHARITIES, THE.— Estab. Chapter 912,
Laws of 1895, and the powers thereof outlined by Chapter XIII., of Greater New York
Charter, as adopted 1897 and amended 1901. Office. Municipal Building. Under one
Commissioner who has charge of all the institutions of the Dept. of Public Charities.
J. A. Kingsbury, Commissioner; H. C. Wright, 1st Deputy Commissioner; W. J. Doherty,
M.D.. 2d Deputy Commissioner; Gordon Ireland. 3d Deputy Commissioner; J. MeKee
Borden, Sec. ; Angus P. Thorne, Supt. of Bureau of Dependent Adults, at foot ot t.
26th st.; Frederick E. Bauer, Supt. of the Children's Bureau at 124 E. 59th st. Appli-
cations for admission to the hospitals, almshouses, asylums, nurseries and other
institutions in charge of the Department of Public Charities must be made to the
Superintendent of the Bureau of Dependent Adults, at the foot of E. 26th st. Insti-
tutions are reached or visited only by permits issued by the Department.

BUREAU OF DEPENDENT ADULTS Distributes the annual appro-
priations to the poor adult blind, not inmates of any city institution; aids sick and
destitute non-residents to reach their homes; provides hospital care for the poor sick,
feeble-minded and epileptic, and homes for destitute adults; receives complaints in
abandonment, non-support and bastardy cases, and receives and disburses money for
the same; has charge of all bodies sent to the 26th st. and Harlem Morgues, and
furnishes burial for destitute and unknown dead.

AMERICAN FEMALE GUARDIAN SOCIETY, AND HOME FOR
THE FRIENDLESS— 936 Woody Crest av. Established in 1834. Aims to save
from degradation friendless and neglected children, who, after being legally sur-
rendered to the Society, are transferred by adoption. Also cares for destitute children
until parents are able to provide for them. It has ten industrial schools In the
poorer parts of the city, a Summer Home at Oceanport, N. J. Pres., Mrs. L. D. White;
Cor. Sec, Mrs. C. H. Brown: Rec. Sec, Mrs. M. M. Singer; Treas., Mrs. H. G. Mendenhall.



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BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS OF NEW YORK STATE.



BLIND ASYLUM FOR THE DESTITUTE — (Society for the relief of the
destitute blind of the City of New York and its vicinity), S. W. cor. Amsterdam av.
and 104th st. Those able to, pay $10 per month, but none are refused. Apply to the
Executive Committee at the Home the first Tues. of each month at 11.15 A. M.

C. A. Schermerhorn, Sec, 1328 B'way.

BLIND ASYLUM FOR INDIGENT. (Department of Public Charities.) —
A department of the City Home, Blackwell's Island, containing male and female divi-
sions for the destitute blind. Apply to Superintendent of Bureau of Dependent Adults,
foot of E. 26th St., from 9 to 5.

BLIND, THE NEW YORK INSTITUTE FOR THE EDUCATION
OF THE.— 34th st. and 9th av. For the education and training of the young
blind. Apply to E. B. Tewksbury, Principal. Vis. day, Wed., 9 to 12 and 2 to 4.

CATHOLIC PROTECTORY, THE NEW YORK.— Van Nest Sta. Office
and House of Reception, 415 Broome st., New York. Tel. 175 Spring. Admits children
under sixteen years of age entrusted for protection or reformation; between seven
and sixteen committed as idle truant, vicious, or homeless, by order of magistrates
or other competent authority; those of like age transferred by the Department of
Public Charities. Male Dept., West Farms Road, Van Nest. Tel. 170 Westchester. In
charge of the Brothers of the Christian Schools. Female Dept., Post Road, Van Nest.
Tel. 423 Westchester. In charge of the Sisters of Charity. Lincoln Agricultural School,
Lincolndale, N. Y., in charge of the Christian Brothers.

Attd. Phys., House of Reception, 0. C< Thum: J. W. Droogan, Male Dept.: R. A. Joyce,
Female Dept.: J. B. Lynch, Ophth. ; J. H. O'Conneil, Otol. and Laryng. ; A. H. Xiques,
Surg. Dentist.

CHARITY ORGANIZATION SOCIETY — General Office, United Charities
Bldg., 105 E. 22d st. Tel. 4066 Gramerey. Office hours, 9 to 5; Sat. 9 to 1, in the
summer until 12 M. Boroughs of Manhattan and the Bronx are covered by the Soci-
ety's district committees. Officers: R. W. de Forest, Pres. ; Geo. F. Baker, Treas. ; E. T.
Devine, Sec. ; W. F. Persons, Dir. of General Work. Applications for relief should be
referred to the nearest District Office, or to the Application Bureau, 105 E. 22d st.,
open daily until midnight. District Offices: 59 Morton St.; 192 Bowery; 400 W. 23d St.:
1974 B'way; 210 E. 49th St.; US Lawrence st. ; 203 E. 71st St.; 71 E. 125th St.: 519
Bergen av. ; 261 W. 52d st. ; 230 E. 105th st. Publishes the New York Charities Direc-
tory, a yearly classified and descriptive guide to the philanthropic, social and re-
ligious resources of the City of New York. Maintains in its industrial building. 516
W. 28th st., a woodyard and laundry. Conducts a School of Philanthropy for training
social workers. E. T. Devine, Director. Has a Department for Improvement of Social
Conditions, which includes housing reform, prevention of tuberculosis and similar
movements. L. Veiller, Director. Bureau of Advice and Information gives informa-
tion concerning the standing and management of charitable institutions and agencies.

CHILDREN'S AID SOCIETY. THE.— United Charities Building, 105 I. 22d
st., New York. Teaches children to help themselves, and provides permanent country
homes for the homeless and dependent. Has sixteen day and seven evening schools
and classes for crippled children; maintains at 307 E. 12th st. the Elizabeth Home
for Girls; free Dental Clinics in five of its industrial schools; lodging houses and
reading rooms in the city and a farm for boys at Valhalla, N. Y. : a Summer Home
for Poor Children at Bath Beach. L. I.; a Home for Convalescent Children at
Chappaqua, N. Y., and a Health Home for Women with sick babies at Coney Island



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