Twenty-eighth annual report of the Home for Destitute Colored Children, 1883

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Title

Twenty-eighth annual report of the Home for Destitute Colored Children, 1883

Description

The Philadelphia Home for Destitute Colored Children, a Quaker charity, was founded in 1856. Its stated goals were to provide a home, food, clothing, and an education for black children in Philadelphia. The minutes of the Home provide a record of its activities, bylaws, finances, donations, and membership subscriptions.

Identifier

17834

Type

text

Creator

Philadelphia Home for Destitute Colored Children

Date Created

1883

Format

Printed Matter

Is Part Of

Philadelphia Home for Destitute Colored Children Annual Reports (Wh.*582)

Spatial Coverage

Philadelphia (Pa.)

Subject

Philadelphia Home for Destitute Colored Children | Annual reports | Charities--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia | African Americans--Housing | African Americans--Charities | Child welfare--Pennsylvania | African American children--Care | Social work with African American children

Extent

18 pages

Rights

Rights assessment is your responsibility. This material is made available for noncommercial educational scholarly and/or charitable purposes. For other uses or for more information please contact The Historical Society of Pennsylvania’s Rights and Reproductions department at rnr@hsp.org.

Language

eng

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