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and Summer Camp for Boys at Denville, N. J., and at West New Brighton, S. I., ani
Children's School Garden, West New Brighton, S. I. An important work is carried
on during the summer at four country stations through its Fresh Air Fund, while
the Sick Children's Mission provides medicine and care for those unable to leave the
city. Contributions and bequests needed to carry on this great work.

W. C. Osborn, Pres.; C. L. Brace, Sec; E. G. Merrill, Treas.

COLORED ORPHAN ASYLUM AND ASSOCIATION FOR THE
BENEFIT OF COLORED CHILDREN.— West 261st st., Riverdale. Cares
for homeless, destitute children between the ages of two and sixteen. Vis. days,
second and fourth Fri. of each month. Apply to Supt., Dr. M. Pitman.

CONVALESCENT HOSPITAL. ST. ANDREWS — 237 E. 17th st. In
charge of the Sisterhood of St. John the Baptist. Receives, free if unable to pay,
girls and women who need care and rest, but who are not sufficiently ill to be
received in a hospital. All contagious, chronic, nervous and mental diseases



BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS OF NEW YORK STATE. 749

excluded. Patients received during the summer at St. Andrew's Rest, Woodcliffe
Lake, \. J.

DEAF AND DUMB. NEW YORK INSTITUTION FOR THE IN-
STRUCTION OF 163d st. and Fort Washington av. Free school for deaf chil-
dren of the State over five years. Children between five and twelve are admitted
by application to the Commissioner of Charities: those over that age on application
to the Commissioner of Education at Albany. Apply to E. H. Currier, Principal, Post-
office Station "U."

DIET KITCHEN ASSOCIATION. NEW YORK — Central Office 1 W.
34th st. Tel. 4054 Greeley. Kitchens are open from 8 A. M. to 12 noon, and are located
as follow?: VMckham Kitchen, 169 \lott st. ; Raymond Kitchen, 437 W. 41st st. ; Tuck
Kitchen. 55 W. 139th st. : Ann Barbara kitchen. 205 E. 66th st. : Yorkville Kitchen, 451
E. 86th St.: Riverside Kitchen. 152 W. 100th St.: Gibbons Kitchen, 453 E. 121st St.:
Oemorest Kitchen, 583 Courtlandt av., Bronx. Dispenses certified milk upon requisitions
from recognized charitable institutions or associations or at six cents a quart to such
as can pay for it. Aims to assist in the reduction of infant mortality, to give
special attention to tuberculosis cases and to reach all others needing its particular
form of help.

DIET KITCHEN OF ST. THOMAS' HOUSE.— 229 E. 59th st. Supplies
beef tea. milk and other food to the worthy poor of the neighborhood between the
hours of 12 to 1. Apply to the above address.

FLORENCE CRITTENTON MISSION 427 W. 21st st. Executive Office.

156 Fifth av. A home for fallen girls and women. Girls are received not only from
New York but from other States. Miss Margaret E. Luther. Supt. There are rescue
homes at 432 Oak St., New Haven. Conn.: 226 \1t. Pleasant av.. Newark. N. J.: Trenton,
N. J., and 700 E. 18th St.. Paterson. N. J.; 82 Heck st.. Ocean Grove, N. J.

FLOWER AND FRUIT MISSION, NEW YORK.— 104 E. 20th st. Open
Mon. and Thurs., from the last of May to the 1st of Oct.: also five days before Christ-
mas. Distributes flowers, fruit, delicacies and Christmas gifts to -sick poor in hospitals
and tenement houses. Miss F. Russell, Sec. and Treas.

FREE HOME FOR YOUNG GIRLS — 23 E. 11th st. A home for the
training of girls between thirteen and sixteen years. Apply to the Supt.. Miss S.
E. Smythe, between 9 A. M. and 9 P. M. Phys., J. W. Brannan, W. H. Park.

FREE INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL FOR CRIPPLED CHILDREN —

471 W. 57th st. Mrs. A. E. Fish, Founder and Pres. To educate and care for poor
crippled children whose physical condition prevents their attendance at public
schools, kindergartens, and day nurseries. Wagonettes convey them to and from
school. Braces, artificial limbs, and necessary orthopedic appliances furnished free.
Med Board, J. O'Dwyer, Chairman: C. L. Bagg. F. J. Blodgett. M. H. Brown. C. W.
Cutler. M. L. Carr. W. S. Gardner. F. H. Knight. T. H. Myers, C. E. Quimby. C. G. Ross-
man. Hudson: Cons. Surg., C. N. Dowd. A Country Home at C'.averack is open from
June to October

HEBREW INFANT ASYLUM OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK —

Kingsbridge road and Aqueduct av. Cares for Hebrew children born in wedlock up to
five years old. B. \euberger, Pres.: J. L. Reiling. Hon. Sec, 325 W. S7th St.: A. F.
Hess. Vis. Phys. : S. V. Haas.

HEBREW ORPHAN ASYLUM (of the City of New York).— Amsterdam
av.. 136th st. to 138th st. Apply to the Supt., S. Lowenstein.

HEBREW SHELTERING GUARDIAN SOCIETY OF NEW YORK

ORPHAN ASYLUM, THE Cottage plan. Pleasantville. N. Y. Boarding Out

Bureau. 470 W. 145th St., New York City. Receives healthy Jewish orphans, half
orphans and dependent children over five years of age.

Pres.. Adolph Lewisohn; 1st Vice-Pres.. "S. D. Levy: 2d Vice-Pres., L. Seligsberg; Sec,
W. Meyer: Treas., Arthur Sachs; Supt., L. B. Bernstein: Vis. Phys., M. A. Gershel.

HOME FOR AGED AND INFIRM HERREWS OF NEW YORK,

THE 105th and 106th sts., between Columbus and Amsterdam avs. For Hebrews

of both sexes over sixty years of age. Application should be made to the Executive
Board. Sis. days, Thurs.. Sat. and Sun., 1 to 4.

Mr. and Mrs. Pollatchek. Supts. : Phys. in Charge. S. N. Leo.



750 BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS OF NEW YORK STATE.

HOME FOR THE AGED OF THE LITTLE SISTERS OF THE
POOR OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK — 213 E. 70th St., 135 W. 106th st.
and Belmont av. and 183d st. Applicants must be over sixty years of age, of good
moral character and mentally sound.

THE HOME HOSPITAL— 522 E. 78th st. Tel. 3554 Lenox. Occupies 48 apart-
ments in the East River Homes. Maintained by the Association for Improving the Con-
dition of the Poor. An experiment in the combined treatment of poverty and tuber-
culosis in the home. Purposes: First, to give adequate relief and wise treatment
to a number of needy families in which there is tuberculosis; and, secondly, to find
out whether it is possible in a sanitary tenement, under skilful medical direction
and constant nursing supervision, with adequate relief and freedom from undue worry,
ample fresh air and sunshine, and room for reasonable segregation, to prevent the
spread of tuberculosis from the sick to the well members of the family, and par-
ticularly to protect the children from infection. To cure many of those in the early
stages of the disease. To afford reasonable improvement and to restore at least par-
tial earning capacity to patients whose cases are only moderately advanced.

Staff: Edward C. Brenner, M.D., 840 West End av., Attd. Phys. ; Linsly R. Williams,
M.D., 882 Park av., Cons. Phys.; Helen Knight Smith, Supt.

HOUSE OF THE ANNUNCIATION.— Broadway and 155th st. Crippled and
incurable girls between four and sixteen years old. Apply to the Mother Superior.
If the child is in bed the House Physician will visit it. Vis. days, Tues. and Thurs.,
2 to 4.

Vis. Phys., W. S. McMurdy; Cons. Orth. Surg., T. H. Myers.

A country branch is maintained at Wilton, Conn. S. H. Huntington, House Phys.

HOUSE OF CALVARY. (A Cancer Home for Incurables).— 5-7 Perry st. Re-
ceives destitute women only. Apply to Dominican Sisters, 5 Perry st.

HOUSE OF REFUGE. — Randall's Island. Reformatory for boys under sixteen
guilty of juvenile delinquency, and under eighteen, guilty of a misdemeanor. Main-
tained by the Society for the Reformation of Juvenile Delinquents in the City of
New York. Receives upon commitment of courts of competent jurisdiction in the
following named counties: New York, Richmond, Kings, Queens, Nassau, Suffolk,
Westchester, Putnam, Dutchess, Columbia, Rockland, Rensselaer, Orange, Ulster,
Greene, Albany, Sullivan, Schoharie for juvenile delinquency or misdemeanor, and
from any county of the State for misdemeanor. (See Chapter 607 of Laws of 1913.)
Address House of Refuge, Randall's Island, P. 0. Box 15, Station "L," N. Y. City.

E. C. Barber, Supt.

HOUSE OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD (R. C.).— Foot of E. 90th st. For
the reformation of fallen women and those in danger. For the care and protection
of voluntary subjects or those committed by city magistrates. Apply to the Mother
Superior. Branch Home, St. Germain's-at-Peekskill for Juvenile Delinquents from 12
to 16 years.

INCURABLE CANCER, ST. ROSE'S FREE HOME FOR.— Under
the direction of Dominican Sisters, called the Servants of Relief — receives destitute
males and females suffering from incurable cancer. City Home at 41 Jackson st.
accommodates 100 patients. Rosary Hill Home, Hawthorne, N. Y. Receives destitute
cancer cases of both sexes. Non-sectarian. Apply to Mother Superior, M. A. Lathrop.
Vis. Phys., J. G. Coyle and J. L. Shiels, New York, and L. W. Jones, Pleasantvlile.

INCURABLES, FREE CHURCH HOME FOR (House of the Holy
Comforter, P. E.) — 139 st. and Riverside Drive. Free home for destitute Protestant
women and children of the better class. Vis. days, Tues., Thurs. and Sat., 1.30 to 4.
Apply to the Supt., Miss M. Swarr.

Cons. Phys., W. B. James; Attd. Phys., A. Terry, Jr.; Cons. Surg., G. Brewer; Cons.
Orthop., R. A. Hibbs; Attd. Orthop., B. P. Farrell.

INCURABLES, HOME FOR (Fordham).— 3d av., between 181st and 184th
sts. Tel. 450-451 Tremont. No ambulances. For incurable diseases other than con-
tagious, infectious, or insane. One-third of the beds are free. Ten dollars per week
in wards; single rooms, $12 per week and upward. Vis. days, 11 to 5 daily.

Med. Supt., I. C. Jones; Assts., J. V. Smith, J. T. Watkins, M. W. Arnold; Cons. Phys.

and Surgs., W. R. Thomson, E. H. Pool, A. M. Campbell, C. H. Richardson; Cons. Neur.,

F. S. Scratchley; Cons. Ear and Throat, C. B. Meding.



BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS OF NEW YORK STAIE. 75 1

ISABELLA HEIMATH — Amsterdam av. and 190th st. Home for the aged,
for chronic invalids, and a temporary home for convalescents. Apply to Committee
on Admission at the Home Thursdays, 2 to 4. Supt., C. von Boetticher; House Phys.,
W. Wettengel.

Cons. Board, A. Caille, A. Jacobi, A. 6. Gerster, C. Nicolal.

MAGDALEN HOME, NEW YORK.— Inwood-on-Hudson, N. Y. C. A home
for intemperate and immoral women under thirty-five years. Apply to the Supt.,
Mrs. M. H. Abels. Phys. E. Helen Knight.

MANHATTAN STATE HOSPITAL (for the lnsane).-Ward's Island, New
York. Post-office address, Station "U," New York City. Hospital Tel., 1869 Harlem.
City office, 1 Madison av., Room 144. Tel. 1314 Gramercy. Vis. days, Mon., Sat. and
Sun., 1 to 3. Passes can be obtained at the hospital or at the pier, foot E. 116th st.

Supt., W. Mabon; Cons. Phys. and Surgs., A. Flint, W. V. White, E. D. Fisher,
C. F. MacDonald, A. McL. Hamilton, LeR. Broun, W. H. Thomson, B. Sachs, F. Peterson,
B. T. Tilton, W. S. Bryant, S. E. Jeliffe, P. Bailey, W. C. Lusk, R. C. Kemp, W. A.
Holden, J. Collins, W. Hirsch, W. E. Porter, J. L. Adams, W. S. Bainbridge, T. S. Satter-
thwaite, T. P. Prout. C. E. Quimby, C. Gillette, J. B. Walker, R. C. Myles, C. L. Dana,
A. Stella, A. J. Gilmour. C. A. Elsberg, A. Denenholz, F. de Kraft, R. Abrahams, M. Wolff.
Board of Managers. Mrs. G. G. Bird, Mrs. J. K. West, W. V. White, M.D., R. Abrahams, M.D.,
J. Katz. C. V. Fornes J. Oshlag, M.D. ; Dir. Clin. Psychiatry, G. H. Kirby; 1st Asst.
Phys., H. C. Evarts. J. T. W. Rowe; Sr. Asst. Phys., D. S. Spellman. W. C. Garvin,
F. R. Haviland. P. Smith, J. R. Knapp, R. P. Folsom, S. R. Leahy, A. M. Phillips;
Asst. Phys., E. M. Poate, E. S. Hellweg, J. P. Kelleher, A. E. Soper, L. C. Grau, C. 0.
Cheney, J. S. Richards, M. M. Sherman, F. G. Benton, E. J. Barnes; Woman Phys.,
A. E. Hutchinson: Med. Internes, J. F. Vavasour, F. C. Devendorf, A. Skversky, J. H.
Huddleson, Jr., F. J. Conzelmann.

MARGARET STRACHAN HOME (for unfortunate young women and
those waiting to enter Maternity Hosps.)— Apply to M. L. Seed, Supt., 103-105 W 27th st
Sec, Miss G. H. Libby. 156 5th av.

MERCY. HOUSE OP (P. E.). — Inwood-on-Hudson. 214th st. Under the charge
of the Sisters of St. Mary. For reformation of destitute and fallen women entering
voluntarily or committed by a magistrate. Apply to the Sisters at the House, or to
any city magistrate. Maintains also the St. Agnes House.

Sup., The Sister Superior.

MERCY, INSTITUTE OF— N. E. cor. 81st st. and Madison av. For desti-
tute women and young girls of good character, training them to be self-supporting
and securing employment for them. Under the charge of the Sisters of Mercy. There
is also a honi- for little children. See St. Joseph's Industrial Home for Destitute
Children.

METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH HOME IN THE CITY OF
NEW YORK. — Amsterdam av. and 92d and 93d sts. Those who have been members
of the Methodist Episcopal Church for ten years and of a New York City church for
five years. Application should be made from church to which the applicant belongs.
Mrs. M. K. Robinson. Pres. ; Mrs. A. Carmichael. Cor. Sec.

MISSION OF THE IMMACULATE VIRGIN FOR THE PROTEC-
TION OF HOMELESS AND DESTITUTE CHILDREN N. E. cor.

Lafayette and Great Jones sts. Provides for the support and education of homeless
and destitute children of both sexes, between four and sixteen years, committed by
the Dept. of Charities or intrusted by relatives or guardians.

All children received at the City House, then transferred to the Home at Mount
Loretto. Pleasant Plains, Staten Island. Here is also maintained a Blind Asylum for
girls under fourteen years.

At the City House a home for industrious Boys is established, which cares for
175 working boys between the ages of fourteen and twenty-one years.

At Rye, New York, the Mission conducts St. Benedict's Home for colored children of
both sexes. Apply to the Rev. M. J. Fitzpatrick, Superior, 375 Lafayette st.

NEW YORK ASSOCIATION FOR IMPROVING THE CONDITION
OF THE POOR (Org. 1843, incorp. 1848).— Central office, United Charities Build-
ing, 105 E. 22d st.; Bronx office, 1283 Franklin av. Objects, "The elevation of the
moral and physical condition of the indigent, and, so far as is compatible with
these objects, the relief of their necessities." Non-sectarian. Activities of the Asso-
ciation are grouped under two departments.



75-2 BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS OF NEW YORK STAIE.

The Department of Family Welfare has charge of all work relating to (.1.) the
rehabilitation and relief of families in their homes; (2) the rehabilitation and relief
of the homeless; (3) educational nursing; (4) fresh air. Fresh air work is carried
on during the summer at Sea Breeze Home, Coney Island, 'where convalescent women,
children and babies are kept for an average of ten days. Country outings are also
given during the summer to those who would not thrive at the seashore. Sea breeze
Hospital for children suffering from tuberculosis of the bones, joints and glands is
operated in conjunction with the fresh air home, the hospital being open all the
year. Home Hospital at 78th st. and John Jay Park, for the combined home and
hospital treatment of families made dependent by tuberculosis. Caroline Rest, at
Hartsdale, a convalescent home for maternity cases and school for mothers.

Department of Social Welfare has charge of all work relating to (1) public health and
hygiene; (2) welfare of school children; (3) food supply. Maintains Milbank Memorial
Baths, where towels and soap are furnished men, women and children for the sum
of 5 cents. Maintains school lunches in seventeen public schools. Research and
experimental work in ventilation of public buildings.

C. N. Bliss, Jr., Pres. ; R. Fulton Cutting, Vice-Pres. and Chairman Finance Committee;
Robert Shaw Minturn, Treas. ; F. B. Kirkbride, Sec; B. B. Burritt, Gen. Din O.i.ce
hours, 9 A. M. to midnight.

NEW YORK CITY CHILDREN'S HOSPITALS AND SCHOOLS.—

Randall's Island. (See Hospitals.)

NEW YORK CITY HOME FOR THE AGED AND INFIRM.—

Manhattan Division, Blackwell's Island. Department of Public Charities. Tel. 8150 Plaza.
Vis. days, Tues., Thurs., Sat., 2 to 4, Sun. 11 A. M. to 4 P. M. Steamer from the
foot of E. 26th st., daily, except Sun. and legal holidays at 10.30 and 3.30, Sat.
at 2. (For hospital staff, see hospitals.) Edward E. McMahon, Supt.

NEW YORK HOME FOR CONVALESCENT.— 433 E. 118th st. Receives
for two weeks respectable Protestant women discharged from hospital as convalescent
or who are in need of care. Open from Sept. 1 to June 30. Examining Phys., 0. H.
Leber, 269 W. 73d st., 8.30 to 10, 12.30 to 2.

OLD MEN AND AGED COUPLES, HOME FOR (P. E.).— N. W. cor.
Amsterdam av. and 112th st. For aged persons without means of support. Admission
fee, $400; couples, $700. Apply to the Committee on Admission through Mrs. J. H.
Aldrich, Sec, 160 W. 59th st.

ORPHAN ASYLUM, ROMAN CATHOLIC, IN THE CITY OF NEW
YORK.— Office, 24 E. 52d st. Boys' and Girls' asylums are at Sedgwick av. and
Kingsbridge Road. Apply to the Gen. Agent, E. J. Quin.

PEABODY HOME FOR AGED AND INDIGENT WOMEN — 2064
Boston Rd., cor. E. 179th St., West Farms. A free home, supported by voluntary sub-
scriptions. Cares for white women over sixty-five years, residents of New York City.
No admission fee. Apply, in writing, to Mrs. Walter Tonnele, 6 E. 68th St., New York.

PRESBYTERIAN HOME FOR AGED WOMEN IN THE CITY

OF NEW YORK 49 E. 73d st. A home for residents of New York City of 65

or over who have been members of the Presbyterian or Reformed Dutch Church in
this city for three years. Board, $13 per month. Mrs. Theodore Weston and Mrs.
I. P. Duncan, Directresses.

ST. AGNES' HOME. — Inwood-on-Hudson, New York. Department of the House
of Mercy, under the charge of the Sisters of St. Mary. For the education and training
of girls between twelve and sixteen.

ST. BARNABAS' HOME (P. E.).— 304-306 Mulberry st. A temporary home
for homeless women and children. Miss S. P. Mather, Deaconess in Charge.

ST. FRANCIS' HOME FOR CHRONIC AND INCURABLE IN-
VALIDS 603-617 Fifth st., New York City. Under the charge of the Sisters of

the Poor of St. Francis, for the care of chronic and incurable cases. Insane patients
and those suffering with contagious diseases not admitted. Capacity, 250 beds. Vis.
days, Sun. and Thurs., 2.30 to 4.30 P. M. Vis. Phys. and Surgs.. L. Haupt, Geo. T.
Mundorff.

ST. JOHN'S GUILD.— Office, 103 Park av. Affords relief to the sick children
of the poor of New York City. Operates the Floating Hospital and the Seaside Hospital
at New Dorp, S. I. Works in co-operation with the Health Department and the various
charitable societies of New York. For Hospital Staff, see Hospitals.



BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS OF NEW YORK -TATE. 753

ST. JOHN'S GUILD, FLOATING HOSPITAL OF Affords a days

outing, a sail on the water for twenty-six miles, under hospital care and treatment,
to sick poor children who are free from contagious diseases, with their mothers.

ST. JOHN'S GUILD, SEASIDE HOSPITAL OF Situated at Cedar

Grove. Sew Dorp, Staten Island. During the summer it is for sick poor infants and
children of New York City, with their mothers, the average stay being about ten
days. During the winter a convalescent hospital for women and children.

ST. JOSEPH'S ASYLUM IX THE CITY OF XEW YORK 89th st.

and Av. A. Poor orphans and half orphans, especially Germans, are received and
educated. P. F. Strassburger, Supt., 110 1st av. ; Rev. J. Lieberth, Pres., 173 E.
3d st. Apply to the Committee on Admission or to the Supt. Accommodation for 800
children.

ST. JOSEPH'S HOME FOR THE AGED.— 209 W. 15th st. Under the
charge of Sisters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul; for respectable women over sixty
years of age. Charges according to accommodations. Apply to the Sister Superior.

INSTITUTION OF 3IERCY 47 E. 81st st. For girls between two and six-
teen, committed by the Children's Court and Gerry Society. Branch for the male
children at Tarrytown, N. Y.

ST. LUKE'S HOME FOR AGED WOMEN Broadway and 114th st.

Admits gentlewomen over sixty years of age in reasonably good health, who are com-
municants of any of the Protestant Episcopal Churches contributing to the Home and
have resided in New York City for five years. Admission fee, $400. Apply to the
Secretary of the Committee of Admission, Mrs. C. n eW. Bridgman, or to the Rector
of the parish to which the applicant belongs.

VETERAN SOLDIERS AND SAILORS, RELIEF FOR An appro-
priation is made annually by the City of New York for the relief of veterans in dis-
tress, and is distributed by the Grand Army Posts, subject to approval by the De-
partment of Public Charities.

WASHINGTON SQUARE HOME FOR FRIENDLESS GIRLS

9 West 8th st. (formerly the Wetmore Home). Pres., Edward L. Partridge, M.D. ; Sec,
Charles A. Kinch. M.D.

To provide a home for friendless girls who have fallen or are in circumstances
that may lead to their fall, from want of employment, destitution or evil associates;
who voluntarily commend themselves to the care of the coropration and conform
to its rules, where they will receive proper instruction in house work and plain
sewing, with a view of their being established as soon a-: possible in virtuous houses.

SUMMER VACATION HOMES.

AVAILABLE FOR RESIDENTS OF NEW YORK CITY

EDITH CAMP, THE.— Belle Island, South Norwalk, Conn. For nurses, teachers, or
governesses in need of a vacation. Apply to Supt. Bellevue Training School Tor
Nurses, 440 E. 26th st . New York City.

GILBERT A. R0ELRTS0N HOME, THE.— Where a summer vacation of two weeks is
given to poor families in good health, including the fathers. Girls under 16 years
and boys under 14. Admission is confined to residents of Manhattan. Apply to
Miss L. A. Holly. 45 Bible House, New York City.

ST. ANDREW'S CONVALESCENT HOSPITAL.— Woodcliffe. N. J. Tel. 1764 Stuyvesant. Re-
ceives patients during the summer at St. Andrew's Rest. Apply to St. Andrew's Hos-
pital, 237 E. 17th St., New York, or to the Sister Superior at Woodcliffe.

TRIBUNE FRESH AIR FUND. The Tribune. New York City, provides free country out-
ings for about 11,000 needy children annually, at twelve Fresh Air Homes and in
private country families. L. M. Conly. Manager.

WORKING GIRLS' VACATION SOCIETY.— 105 E. 22d St.. New York City. Provides for
two weeks' vacation in the country for respectable unmarried working girls having
satisfactory recommendations and a certificate from a physician that the vacation
is needed. Board at a nominal sum. City office, 105 E. 22d st. Miss E. Bryce T;ca? .
1C5 E. 22 d st.. New York City.



754 BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS OF NEW YORK STATE.

BOROUGHS OF BROOKLYN, QUEENS AND RICHMOND.

BETHESDA SANITARIUM 952-954 St. Mark's av. Tel. 6696 Bedford.

Especially for chronic and nervous cases and epileptics. Supt., Mrs. J. De Forest;
Pres., Mrs. L B. Smith; Homeopathic Med. Dir., W. H. Pierson; Phys., S. W. Pallister,
E. R. Bedford, R. Upham, A. Bornman, W. C. Durrin, J. F. Rankin, W. H. Price, H.
Du Cret, H. A. Sanders, F. R. Meeks, P. L. De Nyse, M. F. Searle, R. F. Johnston:
Attd. Surgs., E. R. Fisk, H. C. Allen; Cons. Phys., H. G. Preston, W. B. Winchell, Wm.
H. Aten; Cons. Surgs.. W. W. Blackman, 0. S. Ritch; Ocul., R. I. Lloyd; Gynec, W. H.
Pierson; Dentist, H. A. King.

BROOKLYN HEBREW ORPHAN ASYLUM— 373 to 393 Ralph av.
Tel. 673 East New York. Cares for Jewish orphans between four and fourteen years.
S. Geismar, Supt. ; N. H. Levi, Pres.

BROOKLYN HOME FOR CONSUMPTIVES. (Incor. 1881.)— Kingston
av., Sterling pi. and St. John's pi. Tel. 6061 Bedford.

Mrs. T. M. Wardell, Pres.; Allopathic Staff: Chiefs, L. C. Ager, W. H. Lohman; Attd.
Phys., G. Strack, H. Nexson, R. H. Robertson, R. M. Mills, F. H. Richardson, M. M.
Crawford, F. W. Moore, H. Dudley; Cons. Staff: J. B. Bogart, Surg.; D. W. Meyer,
Ophth. ; R. L. Morehead, Laryn. ; J. C. Rushmore, Orth. Surg; A. Harris, D.D.S., Oral
Surg.; Horn. Staff: Chief, L. D. Broughton; Attd. Phys., R. T. Johnson, H. W. Hale,
W. H. Freeman; Attd., C. E. Paine; Cons. Surg., S. W. Pallister.

CHAPIN HOME FOR THE AGED AND INFHIM.— Park and Chapin
avs., Jamaica. For white men and women over sixty-five years of age. Admission
fee of $800 is required. Richard Brenton, Supt. Apply to the Committee on Appli-
cation, or the Supt. before the second Wed. of the month.

CHILDREN. BROOKLYN SOCIETY FOR THE PREVENTION
OF CRUELTY TO.— 105 Schermerhorn st. Looks after the legal rights and the
welfare of children who are medically or otherwise neglected or who are abused
in the counties of Kings, Queens, Nassau and Suffolk, and provides temporary care
in its shelter for all lost, neglected and arrested children under sixteen in the
Boroughs of Brooklyn and Queens. Prosecutes adults for crimes against children.
Inspects and seeks to improve conditions in places likely to impair children's morals.

H. R. Jones, Pres. Emeritus; J. A. Smith, Pres.; J. J. Williams, Treas. ; A. W. Towne,
Supt.

CHILDREN. RICHMOND COUNTY SOCIETY FOR THE PRE-



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