Magdalen Society of Philadelphia ledger, 1914-1919

Item

Title

Magdalen Society of Philadelphia ledger, 1914-1919

Description

The Magdalen Society of Philadelphia was founded in 1800 by concerned citizens and members of the Quaker, Episcopal, and Presbyterian clergies in order to provide asylum for prostitutes and "wayward" women. The ledgers maintained from 1832 to 1919 track the Society's financial development. They show investments, account balances, salaries, grocery and maintenance expenditures, etc. Pages 68 to 499 of this volume are blank.

Identifier

16228

Type

text

Creator

Magdalen Society of Philadelphia

Date Created

1914-06-01 - 1919-02-01

Format

Manuscript

Is Part Of

Magdalen Society of Philadelphia Records (2016)

Spatial Coverage

N 21st and Race St Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Subject

House of the Good Shepherd (Philadelphia, Pa.) | House of Refuge (Philadelphia, Pa.) | Magdalen Society (Philadelphia, Pa.) | White, William, 1748-1836 | Charities--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia | Children--Institutional care | Evangelicalism | Institutional care | Juvenile delinquency | Poor women | Prostitution | Women--Institutional care | Records (Documents)

Extent

500 pages

Language

eng

Rights

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16228.pdf

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