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1904 Benevolent Institutions

 

Source: North; Benevolent Institutions 1904, Department of Commerce and Labor Bureau of the Census, Washington, 1905
Transcribed by: Candi Horton 2007

 


Orphanage's and Children's Homes

Name and Location Supervised and maintained by Classes of  Patients treated Sex of Children Received Year Est.
Peoria Evangelical Lutheran Orphan's Home
211 Malone Ave.
Evangelical Lutheran Children's Friend Society Temporary care of dependant, neglected and delinquent children Both 1902
State Industrial School for Girls
N. Madison Ave.
Private Operation To Train Girls Girls 1892

Permanent Homes for Adults or Adults and Children

Name and Location Supervised and maintained by Classes of  Patients treated Amount of entrance fee needed Year Est.
Bradley Home
Main St.
Bradley Home for aged Women Association Aged Women $400 1884
Guyer Memorial Home
703 Knoxville Ave.
Private Corporation Aged and Infi. $300. 1889
St. Joseph Home
405 Smith Ave.
Private Corporation Aged, Infim., Incurable, Blind and Crippled not fixed 1892

Hospitals and Dispensaries

Name and Location Supervised and maintained by Classes of  Patients treated Year Est.
Cottage Hospital
415 Second St.
Private Corporation All except contagious 1891
St. Francis
Glenn Oak Ave.
Sisters of the 3rd Order of St. Francis All except contagious 1876

Temporary Homes for Adults and Children

Name and Location Supervised and maintained by Classes of  Patients treated Amount of entrance fee needed Year Est.
Florence Crittenton Home
415 Richmond Ave.
Private Corporation Unfortunate and destitute Women and Girls none 1902
Home for the Friendless
Thrush and Knoxville
Women's Christian Home Mission Destitute Women and Children $1.50 1876
Home of Good Shepard
Star and Faraday St.
Sisters of the Good Shepard Erring women, Wayward Girls and Children $2.50 1891

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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