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Charities Collection

The School of Social Work Library Charities Collection is composed of the donation made by The Boston Children's Aid Society of their Library to the Simmons College School of Social Work (SSW) in 1911, and the collection of Donald Moreland. The Charities Collection contains annual reports, pamphlets, and sermons of private charities, public welfare agencies, and hospitals in Boston, throughout Massachusetts and the eastern United States, and England, from the 1790s to ca. 1950. The SSW maintained this distinct collection in their library. As a result, the Charities Collection is important not only for its content, but also as a piece of history reflecting the social work curriculum at SSW during the first half of the twentieth century.

This Collection provides a unique window into the operations and management of social welfare organizations. In many cases, these materials are not duplicated elsewhere.  These materials do not contain personal information on clients of the agencies or organziations. 

The SSW Library Charities Collection is organized by agency. Selected agency collections have been processed and assigned a Charities Collection number (CC); guides for these collections are available.
  • American Red Cross (Boston Metroploitan Chapter) Records, 1919-1939 with gaps - CC 28
  • Benevolent Fraternity of Unitarian Churches (Benevolent Fraternity of Churches) Records, 1834-1962, 1997 with gaps - CC 21
  • Boston Fatherless and Widows' Society Records, 1842-1957 with gaps - CC 29
  • Boston Children's Aid Society Records, 1863-1953 - CC 12
  • Boston Children's Friend Society Records, 1837-1954 - CC 10
  • Boston Co-operative Building Company Records, 1871-1940 with gaps - CC 22
  • Boston Council of Social Agencies Records, 1921-1949 with gaps - CC 25
  • The Boston Dispensary Records, 1871-1955 with gaps - CC 27
  • Boston Society for the Care of Girls (Boston Female Asylum) Records, 1801-1921 - CC 17
  • Boston Young Men's Christian Association Records, 1873-1955 - CC 19
  • Boston Young Women's Christian Association Records, 1866-1968 - CC 18
  • City Missionary Society of Boston Records, 1841-1963 with gaps, 1991 - CC 23
  • Family Service of Greater Boston Records, 1839-1992 - CC 7
  • Home for Aged Women (Goddard House) Records, 1873-1972 - CC 13
  • Martin Luther Orphan's Home Records, 1887-1915 - CC 2
  • Massachusetts Society for Mental Hygiene Records, 1914-1942 - CC 3
  • Massachusetts Society for Social Hygiene Records, 1932-1957 with gaps - CC 26
  • Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children Records, 1877-1948 - CC 4
  • Medical Missionary Society in Canton, China Records, 1836, 1838 - CC 8
  • New England Home for Little Wanderers Records, 1865-1996 - CC 6
  • New York Society for the Suppression of Vice Records, 1875-1947 - CC 9
  • Orchard Home School (Bethesda Society) Records, 1828-ca. 1948 - CC 16
  • Overseers of the Public Welfare of the City of Boston (Overseers of the Poor) Records, 1838-1964 - CC 11
  • Permanent Charity Fund (The Boston Foundation) Records, 1915-1990 with gaps - CC 15
  • Prison Discipline Society Records, 1826-1854 - CC 1
  • Roxbury Charitable Society Records, 1794-1919 with gaps - CC 24
  • South End Dispensary and Hospital Records, 1911-1923 - CC 5
  • South End House Records, 1909-1944 - CC 14
  • Widows' Society in Boston Records, 1876-1993 - CC 20

 

Unprocessed Collections

The majority of Charities Collections are unprocessed; while no detailed finding aids are available, these materials are open to researchers. In most cases, unprocessed collections of charitiable organizations are small, consisting of single items or reports. 

Please consult the complete listing (arranged by geographical location and alphabetically thereunder) of the unprocessed Charities Collection below.

MASSACHUSETTS, BOSTON:

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Advisory Board on Public Institutions, 1896
American Association of Social Workers (Boston Chapter), 1932, 1939
American Hospital Association, 1911 (Hospital Social Service paper)
American Social Science Association, Constitution, 1866
American Society for Educating Pious Youth for Gospel Ministry, Constitution & Rules,1816, 1824, 1831
American Unitarian Association, Bulletins [n.d.]
American Unitarian Association, Papers, 1833
Anti-Tenement House League, History and Report, 1894
Appleton Temporary Home, Charter & By-Laws, 1880
Associated Jewish Philanthropies, Survey, 1950
Association for Aged Indigent Females, 1850
Association for the Relief of Aged Indigent Females, Annual Report, 1862

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Beth Israel Hospital, Annual Reports, 1958, 1993-1994
Better Dwellings Society, Annual Reports, 1892-1993
Board of Police Commissioners, Annual Reports, 1879, 1882
Board of State Charities, Annual Reports, 1873-1878
Board of Visitors to the Public Institutions, Annual Report, 1894
Boffin's Bower, Annual Reports, 1872, 1876, 1881, 1883
Boston Asylum for Indigent Boys, 1814
Boston Baptist Female Society for Missionary Purposes, Annual Reports, 1848
Boston Baptist Foreign Mission Society, Sermon, 1824
Boston Chamber of Commerce, 1925
Boston Children's Service Association, Annual Reports, 1957-1959, 1987
Boston City Hospital, 1938, 1947
Boston City Mission, Centennial Report, 1944
Boston City Planning Board, Annual Reports, 1936-1939
Boston Council of Social Agencies, 1936
Boston Council of Social Agencies, 1937
Boston Council of Social Agencies, 1939
Boston Evening Clinic, Pamphlet & Annual Report, 1935
Boston Farm School, 1883
Boston Floating Hospital, Pamphlet, [n.d.]
Boston Fraternity of Churches, 1846
Boston Health League, 1921
Boston Health League, 1941-1947
Boston Health League, Annual Reports, 1921-1947; Pamphlets
Boston Home for Incurables, Annual Report, 1956
Boston Home, Inc., Annual Reports, 1977-1978
Boston Housing Association, Pamphlet, 1934
Boston Housing Authority, Annual Reports, 1944-1945
Boston Housing Committee, Annual Report, 1915
Boston Industrial Temporary Home, Annual Reports, 1882-1914 (Incomplete)
Boston Juvenile Court, 1924
Boston Legal Aid Society, Annual Reports, 1900-1913
Boston Mechanics' Institution, Annual Report, 1928
Boston North End Mission, ca. 1875
Boston North End Mission, 1889
Boston North End Mission, 1903
Boston Nursery for Blind Babies, Pamphlet, c.1910
Boston Port & Seamen's Aid Society, Annual Report & Pamphlet, 1868, 1886
Boston Psychopathic Hospital, Questionnaire, 1929
Boston Sanatorium, Annual Reports, 1922-1930 (Incomplete)
Boston Seaman's Friend Society, Annual Reports, 1831, 1837, 1844
Boston Society for the Moral & Religious Improvement of Seamen, Annual Reports, 1812
Boston Society for the Prevention of Pauperism, 1851-1852
Boston Society for the Religious and Moral Instruction of the Poor, 1817-1830 (Incomplete) - 3 Folders
Boston Young Men's Christian Union, annual reports, 1858-1935 (Incomplete) - 9 Folders
Boston Young Men's Christian Union : "The Country Week," 1916-1935 (Incomplete)
Bunker Hill Boys' Club, Annual Report, 1917
Burroughs Newsboys Foundation Survey, 1933

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Channing Home, Annual Reports, 1870-1941 (Incomplete) - 2 Folders
Channing Home, "The First Patient Story," 1859
Charitable Irish Society of Boston, Constitution & By-Laws, 1876, 1909, 1917
Chief of Police, Annual Reports, 1871-1877 - 2 Folders
Child-Helping Societies, Annual Reports, 1895-1897
Children's Aid Association, Annual Reports, 1924-1949 (Incomplete) 2 Folders
Children's Bureau Association, Pamphlet, 1895
Children's Friend Society, 1841, 1948-1949
Children's Institutions Department, Annual Reports, 1897-1920 - 4 Folders
Children's Mission, Pamphlets, 1889
Children's Mission Home, 1867
Children's Mission to Children, Annual Reports, 1916-1957 (Incomplete)
Children's Mission to Children, Annual Reports, 1949-1972 (Incomplete)
Children's Mission to the Children of the Destitute, Annual Reports, 1850-1863, 1899
Children's Protective Society, Annual Reports, 1879
Church Home for Orphan & Destitute Children, Constitution, 1875
Church Home for Orphan & Destitute Children, Reports, 1910-1913
Church Home Society, Annual Reports, 1923-1960 (Incomplete)
Church Home Society, Centennial Report, 1855-1955
Church Rescue Mission, Menu, [n.d.]
Citizenship Training Group, Inc., Report, 1950
Citizen's Relief Committee, Annual Reports, 1893-1894
City Hospital, Annual Reports, 1868
[remarks on] City Marshal's Annual Report, January 1851
The City Physician, Annual Report, 1863
Civic Service House, Pamphlet, 1915
Commission on the Treatment of the Poor, Report, 1878
Commissioner of Prisons, Diagram of Proposed Prison, 1895
Commissioners of Alien Passengers & Foreign Paupers, Report, 1855
Commissioners of Public Institutions, Annual Reports, 1889-1895
Committee of Citizens to Survey the Social & Healthy Needs & Services of Greater Boston: Report of Health Division, 1948 Committee of Citizens to Survey the Social & Healthy Needs & Services of Greater Boston: Report of Hospital Division, 1949 Committee of Citizens to Survey the Social & Healthy Needs & Services of Greater Boston: Report of Voluntary Casework Division Summary Reports (Various), 1949 - 2 Folders
Committee on the Aging, Directory of Resources for the Aging, 1959
Community Health Association of Boston, History, 1936
"Condition of the Insane in Massachusetts," 1843
Conference of Child-Helping Societies, Constitution, Conference Proceedings, 1892-1895 (Incomplete); Pamphlet, 1895
Congregational Church: Sermon of Merchants, 1846
Consumptives' Home, Annual Reports, 1878-1921 (Incomplete) - 4 Folders
Consumptives' Hospital Department, Annual Reports, 1906-1915
Cooperative Council of Greater Boston, Pamphlet, [n.d.] (1950s?)
Co-operative Society of Visitors Among the Poor of Boston, Annual Reports, 1876, 1879
Co-operative Workrooms, Inc., Annual Reports, 1908-1946 (Incomplete)
Crittenton Hastings House, Annual Reports, 1961, 1964

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Department of Mental Health, 1941
Department of Public Health [ Massachusetts], History, 1944
Department of Public Welfare, Reprints from Annual Reports, 1925-1929
Department of Public Welfare, Reprints from Annual Reports, 1930-1937
Department of Public Welfare, Manuals, 1939
Department of Public Welfare, Manuals, 1942
Destitute Mothers & Infants, Annual Reports, 1886, 1898
Discharged Soldiers' Home, Annual Report, 1865
Dorchester Employment and Relief Society, 1882-1918 (Incomplete) [Dorchester]

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Education Society, 1824
Elizabeth Carleton House [Home for Aged Couples], Annual Reports & Notes 1884-1942, 1955-1957 (Incomplete) - 5 Folders
Elizabeth Carleton House [background of Carleton-Willard Village, Bedford, MA], 1989
Elizabeth Peabody House, Annual Report, 1896, Pamphlet, 1911
Ellis Memorial, Annual Report, 1947
Emergency Campaign of 1934, Report

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Family Service & Relief Division, Study, 1935
Farm & Trade School, Annual Reports, 1839-1907
Farm & Trade School, Annual Reports, 1908-1916
Federated Jewish Charities of Boston, Commemorative Publication, 1914; Study, 1925
Federation of Jewish Charities, Treasurer's Receipts, 1906
Financial Federation and Social Work, 1923
Florence Crittenton League of Compassion, Annual Report, 1945
Frances E. Willard Settlement, 1910
Franklin Square House, "Girls" (monthly publication), 1922
Free Hospital for Women, Prospectus, 1875

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Gardiner Howland Shaw Foundation, Annual Report, 1982
German Aid Society, Constitution, By-Laws, 1919
Girls' Friendly Society Home, Annual Report, 1884
Gloucester Fishermen's Institute, Annual Reports, 1912
Greater Boston Community Council : Research Bureau Community Studies, 1944
Greater Boston Community Council : Report of the Camp Cost Survey, 1947
Greater Boston Community Council : Study of Boston Day Camps, 1948
Greater Boston Community Council : Study of Children's Services, 1948
Greater Boston Community Fund, Annual Report, 1943
Greater Boston Community Fund, Community Newsletter, 1950
Greater Boston Federation of Neighborhood Houses, [n.d.]
Gwynne Temporary Home for Children, [Temporary Home for the Destitute] Reports 1850-1887 - 3 Folders
Gwynne Temporary Home for Children, [Temporary Home for the Destitute] Reports 1888-1909

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Habit Clinic for Child Guidance, Annual Report, 1950
Habit Clinic for Child Guidance, Pamphlets, [n.d.]
Hanover St. Church, 1826
Hebrew Women's Sewing Society, Pamphlet, 1905
Home for Aged Couples [see Elizabeth Carleton House]
Home for Aged Men (Rogerson House), Annual Reports, By-Laws, 1868-1906, 1956-1961 (Incomplete) - 5 Folders
Home for Destitute Catholic Children, Annual Reports, 1867-1939 (Incomplete)
Hood Foundation, Study, 1945
Hospital Census, Report, 1935
House of Correction, South Boston, 1847
House of Industry, 1821, 1871
House of Reformation, 1833
House of the Angel Guardian, Annual Report, 1907
Humane Society of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Annual Reports, 1929-1939
Humane Society of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 1845
Humane Society of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Howe: A History, 1785-1916 (2 Copies in 2 folders)

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Improved Dwellings Association, Annual Reports, 1886, 1889-1915 (Incomplete)
Industrial Aid Society, 1901-1935 (Incomplete); Centennial Report
Industrial Aid Society, 1935 [Prisoner's Aid Society]
Industrial School for Crippled and Deformed Children, Annual Report, 1910; Pamphlet, 1923
Infirmary Dept. (Pauper's Institutions Dept.), Annual Reports, 1897-1918 - 5 Folders
Inspectors of Prisons and Houses of Detention, Annual Report, 1885
Institution of the Boston Dispensary, Rules, 1797
Institutions Commissioner, Annual Reports, 1896-1897 - 2 Folders
Institutions Dept., Annual Reports, 1921-1938 (Incomplete)
Institutions Registration Dept., Annual Reports, 1898-1916 (Incomplete) - 3 Folders
Instructive District Nursing Association, Annual Reports, 1902-1904, 1907-1909, 1911, 1913 - 4 Folders

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Jewish Big Brother Association, 1962
Jewish Family Welfare Association, Budgetary Guides, 1943
Judge Baker Foundation, Case Records, ca. 1920s
Judge Baker Guidance Center, Annual Reports, 1928-1948 (Incomplete); Pamphlet, 1940
Junior League of Boston (formerly Sewing Circle League of Boston) Constitution and By-Laws, 1917

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Ladies' American Home Education Society and Temperance Union, 1849
League for Preventative Work, Pamphlets, 1916-1919
League of Women Voters, 1930
Lend A Hand Society, Annual Reports, 1897-1899
Lend A Hand Society, Annual Reports, 1901-1957 (Incomplete), - 2 Folders
Life Line League, Brochure, [n.d.]
Liversidge Institution of Industry, Constitution & By-Laws, 1881
Lunatic Hospital, 1869

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Marine Bible Society, Constitution, Annual Reports, 1820-1822
Massachusetts Association for Mental Health, Pamphlet, 1957
Massachusetts Auxiliary Visitors, Pamphlet, 1900
Massachusetts Bible Society
Massachusetts Charitable Society, Charter & By-Laws, 1803, 1895
Massachusetts Charitable Society, Charter & By-Laws, 1907
Massachusetts Charitable Fire Society, By-Laws, 1880; Addresses, 1795, 1799, 1803, 1808, 1811; Meeting Attendance, 1911
Massachusetts Charitable Fire Society, History, 1893 (2 Copies)
Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association, Constitution & By-Laws, 1861, 1871, 1879, 1889
Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association, Exhibition Pamphlet, 1837; Proceedings, 1881
Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association, Annals of the Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association, 1795-1892.
Massachusetts Child Council, study, [n.d.], 1939
Massachusetts Child Council, Pamphlets, 1935, 1935-1936, 1945-1946
Massachusetts Child Labor Committee, Pamphlet, 1913
Massachusetts Civic League, Pamphlets, 1905, 1927, 1929
Massachusetts Commission for the Blind, Annual Reports, 1907-1940 (Incomplete) - 2 Folders
Massachusetts Community Organization Service, Annual Reports, 1945-1948
Massachusetts Congregational Charitable Society, Articles of Incorporation, 1815
Massachusetts Eye & Ear Infirmary, Annual Reports, 1828, 1829, 1872, Address, 1850
Massachusetts General Hospital, Addresses, 1819, 1821, 1822; Announcement 1918; Ether Centenary Exercises, 1946 - 5 Folders
Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association, Annual Reports 1870-1889
Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association, Annual Reports 1890-1897
Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association, Annual Reports 1898-1903
Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association, Annual Reports1904-1908
Massachusetts General Hospital Social Service Dept., Fiftieth Anniversary 1955
Massachusetts General Hospital Social Service Dept., Annual Reports 1906- 1926 (bound) - 3 Folders
Massachusetts Homeopathic Hospital , annual reports, 1877-1900 - 3 Folders
Massachusetts Hospital for Consumptives and Tubercular Patients, Annual Reports, 1897-1898
Massachusetts Infant Asylum, Rules, 1875
Massachusetts Lyman & Industrial Schools, Annual Reports, 1895-1899; 1899-1905
Massachusetts Lyman & Industrial Schools, Annual Reports, 1905-1910
Massachusetts Peace Society, Address, 1817
Massachusetts Prison Association, Annual Report, 1890; Pamphlet, 1908
Massachusetts Society for Aiding Discharged Prisoners, Annual Reports, 1928, 1929
Massachusetts Society for Mental Hygiene, Pamphlet, 1916
Massachusetts Society for Suppressing Intemperance, Addresses, 1815, 1830; Annual Report, 1820
Massachusetts State Conference of Charities & Correction, 1904, 1905
Massachusetts State Prison, Rules for Government 1811
Massachusetts State Prison, Annual Report, 1855
Massachusetts Training Schools, Annual Reports, 1910-1917; 1917-1922
Massachusetts Training Schools, Annual Reports, 1923-1939
Maverick Dispensary, Annual Reports, 1939
Mechanic Apprentices' Library Association, Certificate, 1844
Ministry at Large ( Charlestown), Annual Report, 1851
Monday Evening Club, Membership Registers, 1896-1924 (Incomplete)
Morgan Memorial, pamphlets, [n.d.] (1920s?)
Mount Pleasant Home, Annual Report, 1954; Pamphlet, 1957

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National Divorce Reform League (Nat'l League Protection Family), Annual Reports, 1885-1912 - 3 Folders
National Probation Association, Centennial Programme, 1941
New England Deaconess Home & Training School, Annual Reports, 1889-1890
New England Hospital for Women & Children, Address, 1906
New England Hospital for Women & Children, Annual Reports, 1885-1892; 1893-1900
New England Hospital for Women & Children, Annual Reports, 1863-1875; 1876-1884
New England Institution for the Education of the Blind [see Perkins Institution and Massachusetts School for the Blind]
New England Society for the Suppression of Vice, Article Reprint from Boston Transcript, 1907
New England Watch & Ward Society, Annual Report, 1905-1906
New Home for Aged Indigent Females, 1863
Nickerson Home for Children, Historical Report, 1835-1910
Nickerson Home for Children, Annual Reports, 1882-1928 (incomplete) - 2 Folders
North End Union, Annual Report, 1958; Pamphlets, 1955
North Street Union Mission to the Poor, 1872

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Old South Society — "Old South Poor Fund"; 1868

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Pauper Institutions Trustees, Annual Report, 1898
Perkins Institution & Massachusetts School for the Blind (New England Institution for the Education of the Blind, Perkins Institution and Massachusetts Asylum for the Blind), Annual Reports, 1835, 1876
Perkins Institution & Massachusetts School for the Blind (New England Institution for the Education of the Blind, Perkins Institution and Massachusetts Asylum for the Blind), Annual Report 1906; Helen Keller by M. Anagnos 1888 (2 copies); Community health Association 1836-1936 Report
Perkins Institution & Massachusetts School for the Blind (New England Institution for the Education of the Blind, Perkins Institution and Massachusetts Asylum for the Blind), Annual Report, 1840, 1844, 1850
Pine Street Inn (Rufus Dawes Hotel for Men), article, 1978
Police Department, Annual Report, 1851
Port Society of the City of Boston, Pamphlet, 1832
Principles & Results of the Ministry at Large in Boston
Printing Fund for the Blind, Pamphlet, 1881

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Report Relating to Capital Punishment [Commonwealth of Massachusetts], 1836
Report of the Labors of John Augustus . . ., 1852
Robert Gould Shaw House, Inc., Pamphlet, 1948
Rutland Corner House (Temporary Home for Working Women), Annual Reports 1906, 1911-1913, 1915, 1930, 1931, 1932, 1934, 1935
Rutland Corner House (Temporary Home for Working Women), Annual Reports 1877-1899, 1900-1925

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St. Luke's Home for Convalescents, annual reports, 1845-1900 (incomplete) - 2 Folders
St. Stephens Chapel Report of the Mission to the Poor, 1848
St. Vincent's Orphan Asylum, annual reports, 1886-1915 (Incomplete)
Sarah Fuller Home for Little Children Who Cannot Hear, Annual Report, 1889
Sea Shore Home, Annual Report, 1876
Seaman's Aid Society, Annual Reports, 1837, 1840
Shut-in Society, Pamphlet, 1906
Society for the Entertainment of Shut-ins, Pamphlets, 1908-1909
Society for Propagating the Gospel Among the Indians and Others in North America, Sermon, 1806
Society of Donations, Sermon, 1873
Society of Saint Vincent DePaul, Annual Reports, 1947, 1949
South End Improvement Society, Pamphlet, 1924
South End Industrial School, Annual Reports, 1884, 1886 [Roxbury]
South End Provident Association, Pamphlet, 1851
Stamp Savings Society, Annual Reports, 1890-1910 (Incomplete)
State Board of Health, Annual Reports, 1870; History, 1912
State Board of Insanity, Manual 1898
State Board of Lunacy & Charity, Pamphlets, 1896(?), 1897
State Prison, Senate Documents, [n.d]
State Temperance Alliance, Address, 1864
Suffolk St. Chapel, Pamphlet, 1845
Sunday School Society, Annual Report, 1847

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Temporary Home for the Destitute [see Gwynne Temporary Home For Children]
Traveler's Aid Society, annual reports, 1922-1954 (Incomplete)

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The Union Club, Address by Edward Everett, 1863
Unitarian Historical Society, 1935
Unitarian Universalist Service Committee, Inc., ca. 1970
United Community Services, 1951
United Community Services of Metropolitan Boston, 1952
United Community Services of Metropolitan Boston, 1969
United Hebrew Benevolent Association, Receipts, 1891-1993
United Settlements of Boston, Pamphlet (History), 1947

-V-

Voluntary Defenders Committee, annual reports, 1948, 1955

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Warren Street Chapel, Sermon, 1845
Willard Asylum for the Insane, [n.d.]
Women's Educational & Industrial Union, Pamphlets, 1900, 1912
Women's Municipal League, Periodical, 1916; Pamphlets, 1912, 1914, 1924
Women's Trade Union League, "History of trade unionism among women in Boston", 1906

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Young Men's Benevolent Society, Address, 1833
Young Men's Christian Union Boston, Addresse, 1933

 

MASSACHUSETTS , CAMBRIDGE :
Associated Charities of Cambridge (Family Welfare Society), Annual Reportss, 1894-1900
Associated Charities of Cambridge (Family Welfare Society), Annual Reports,1883,1886-1893, 1929-1935, 1936-1948 (Incompleate Misc Reports)
Avon Place Home, Annual Reports, 1876-1963 - 5 Folders
Cambridge Temperance Society, Address 1832
Family Welfare Society of Cambridge, Cooperative Case with the Harvard Legal Aid Bureau, [n.d.]
Howard Industrial School Association, Annual Report, 1862.

MASSACHUSETTS , CONCORD :
Concord Young Men's Christian Association, Opening Address, 1853

MASSACHUSETTS , DANVERS :
Danvers Auxiliary Society, Address Suppressing Intemperance… 1821

MASSACHUSETTS , DEDHAM :
Chickering House, Secretary's Report, 1945
Home for Discharged Prisoners, [n.d.]

MASSACHUSETTS, DORCHESTER :
Dorchester Employment and Relief Society, 1882-1918 (Incomplete)
The Little House, Annual Report, 1964.
State Lunatic Hospital, Annual Reports, 1882-1918 (Incomplete)
Ladies' Benevolent Society, Report of Fifty Years, 1834-1884

MASSACHUSETTS , FALL RIVER :
Associated Charities of Fall River, 1889

MASSACHUSETTS , FRAMINGHAM :
Community Health Station, Report, 1919

MASSACHUSETTS , GRAFTON :
Grafton Colony for the Insane, Statement by the Trustees, 1914
Grafton State Hospital, Annual Reports, 1916 - 1939

MASSACHUSETTS , GROTON :
The Union Meeting House, Sermon, 1827

MASSACHUSETTS , HAVERHILL :
Mutual Relief Lodge, Constitution, 1877

MASSACHUSETTS , JAMAICA PLAIN :
Jamaica Plain Employment & Temporary Relief & Temporary Relief Society, Annual Reports, 1874-1919 (Incomplete) - 2 Folders
The Kindergarten, Fiftieth Anniversary, 1937

MASSACHUSETTS , LAWRENCE :
Lawrence City Mission, annual reports, correspondence, 1875-1942 (Incomplete) - 3 Folders

MASSACHUSETTS , LYNN :
Lynn Day Nursery, By-Laws, 1939
Young Men's Christian Association, Annual Report, 1870

MASSACHUSETTS , MARBLEHEAD :
Report . . . of the Essex South Conference on Foreign Missions, 1845

MASSACHUSETTS , MONSON :
Monson State Hospital , "Genealogical Trees of Epileptic Families" 1910; Advantages of Epileptic Persons Being Treated at a Considerable Distance from their Home [n.d.], c.1910

MASSACHUSETTS , NEW BEDFORD :
New Bedford Family Welfare Society (Charity Organization Society), Annual Reports, 1901, 1917-18, 1922-24
New Bedford Orphan's Home, Discourse, 1842

MASSACHUSETTS , NEWBURYPORT :
Merrimack Humane Society …Methods of Treatment… 1883.

MASSACHUSETTS, NORTHAMPTON :
Clarke Institute for Deaf Mutes, 1867
State Lunatic Hospital Northampton State Hospital, By-Laws, 1858

MASSACHUSETTS, ROXBURY :
The Children's Center, Annual Reports, [1942],1943, 1944.
The James Jackson Putman Children's Center (previously the Children's Center), Annual Reports, 1945, 1946
Proceedings of the Mayor… Unlawful Sale of Intoxicating Drinks, 1853

MASSACHUSETTS , ROXBURY :
Roxbury Home for Children and Aged Women, Annual Reports &Correspondence, 1875-1900, 1905.
Roxbury Diet Mission, Annual Report, 1897
Saint Monica's Home for Sick Colored Women and Children, Annual Reports 1916-1941 (Incomplete) - 2 Folders
South End Industrial School , Annual Reports, 1884, 1886

MASSACHUSETTS , RUTLAND :
Massachusetts State Sanatorium, 1900-1908

MASSACHUSETTS , SALEM :
Associated Charities of Salem, Annual Report, 1892
Family Welfare Society of Salem (Associated Charities of Salem), Reports, By-Laws & Correspondence, 1892-1931 - 2 Folders
Female Charitable Society, Sermon 1815 [Including Annual Reports 1801-1815]
Independent Congregational Church, Review of Sermon … 1825
Salem City Mission, Annual Report, 1852
Salem Hospital, Annual Report, 1879
Salem Marine Society, Laws & List of Members, [bound publication] 1923
Salem Provident Association, Description of Sections with Names of Visitors, 1852-1853
Salem Provident Association, Annual Report, 1856
Salem W.T.A. Society [Women's Temperance Association], Annual Report, 1842
Salem Young Men's Union, Constitution & By-Laws, 1857
Seamen's Widow & Orphan Association, Address, 1836
Social Library in Salem, By-Laws, Catalogue of Books [n.d.]
Tabernacle Church, Sermon, 1827
Young Men's Christian Association, Constitution & By-laws, 1859

MASSACHUSETTS , SOMERVILLE :
Elizabeth Peabody House, Annual Reports, 1957, 1959, 1961, 1964

MASSACHUSETTS , TAUNTON :
Taunton State Hospital , Annual Reports, 1854/1880 - 1921/1939

MASSACHUSETTS , TEWKSBURY :
Tewksbury Investigation Committee, Argument 1883

MASSACHUSETTS , WATERTOWN :
Perkins Institution & Massachusetts School for the Blind, [History], 1934
Perkins Institution & Massachusetts School for the Blind, Children of the Silent Night, 1937

MASSACHUSETTS , WELLESLEY HILLS :
Convalescent Home for Children, 1942

MASSACHUSETTS , WESTBORO :
State Reform School, Annual Reports, 1848, 1849, 1856, 1857, 1864; Suggestions 1882 - 2 Folders

MASSACHUSETTS, WORCESTER :
Associated Charities of Worcester, Address, 1905 [2 copies]
Associated Charities of Worcester, Pamphlets, 1934, 1940, 1941, 1942; Annual Reports, 1932 -1938
Child Guidance Clinic, Pamphlet, [n.d.]
Children's Friend Society of Worcester, Annual Reports, 1901-1947 (Incomplete) - 6 Folders
City Hospital, Annual Report, 1875
Family Service Organization [prev. The Associated Charities], Reports, 1943-1945
State Lunatic Hospital [See Oversized Folder]

MASSACHUSETTS , WRENTHAM :
Wrentham State School , Annual Reports, 1906/07 — 1938/39 [Missing 1912-1915]

 

UNITED STATES

COLORADO, DENVER :
Social Work Reporter [University. of Denver], 1948

CONNECTICUT , HAMDEN :
The Children's Center, A Brief Description of Its Character and Purpose, 1944

CONNECTICUT , HARTFORD :
American Asylum for the Education and Instruction of the Deaf & Dumb (American Asylum for the Education of the Deaf & Dumb, American Asylum for the Education of the Deaf & Dumb Persons), Discourse, 1821 - 3 Folders
Charity Organization Society, Annual Reports, 1920-25, 1928, 1937
Children's Services of Connecticut, 1939, 1941, 1949, 1950, 1952-1957, 1962,1963; Pamphlets 1946, 1952, 1955
Connecticut Children's Aid Society, Reports, Pamphlets, Correspondence, 1896-1950 - 4 Folders
Connecticut Prison Association Family Service Society, Annual Report, 1879
Family Service Society [previously Charity Organization Society], Annual Reports 1939, 1942, 1943; Fifty Years Pamphlet, 1940.

CONNECTICUT , MERIDIEN :
Connecticut School For Boys, Reports, 1853-1862 (Vol.1)

CONNECTICUT , MIDDLETOWN :
Connecticut Industrial School for Girls, Address, 1870

CONNECTICUT, NEW HAVEN :
Family Society of New Haven (Organized Charity Association), Annual Reports, 1883-1942 (Incomplete) - 3 Folders

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, WASHINGTON :
American Masonic Home for Widows & Orphans, Statement, 1859
Board of Common Councils, Petition…New Jail, 1867
Children's Bureau, The Unmarried Father… 1940
Commissioner of Labor, First Annual Report [bound publication], 1886
Conference of the Care of Dependent Children, 1909
Monday Evening Club, History, 1896-1907
United States Penal and Correctional Institutions, Rules and Regulations, 1936

ILLINOIS, CHICAGO :
American Association of Medical Social Workers, Bulletins [bound]1928-1949, Various Committee and Sub-Committee Published Reports, Papers etc, [nd], 1928, 1939, 1942, 1943, 1949 - 8 Folders
American Public Welfare Association, Public Welfare and War Services: A Bibliography, 1942
American Public Welfare Association - Directory, 1971
American Public Welfare Association - Directory, 1972
Chicago Bureau of Charities (Central Relief Association), Annual Reports, Pamphlet,1893/94-1906/07, 1937 - 2 Folders Chicago Community Trust, Crippled Children in Chicago, 1924
Chicago Community Trust, 1920-1944 (Incomplete) - 2 Folders
Chicago Relief and Aid Society, Annual Reports, 1871-1898 - 2 Folders
United Charities of Chicago 1910-1947 (with gaps), Annual Reports - 2 Folders
Julius Rosenwald Fund, [n.d.]
National Conference of Social Work, 1917, 1919
National Woman's Christian Temperance Union United Charities of Chicago, Annual Reports, 1874-1877

ILLINOIS , PEORIA :
Associated Charities

ILLINOIS , SPRINGFIELD :
Illinois State Hospital for the Insane, Biennial Report, 1860
Public Charities for the State of Illinois, 1889

IOWA , DES MOINES :
Iowa Penitentiary, 1865

IOWA , FORT MADISON :
Iowa Penitentiary, Report of the Warden, 1862, 1864, 1881

MAINE , BANGOR :
Children's Home, 1871

MAINE , GEORGETOWN :
Maine Deaf Mute Mission, 1878

MAINE , PORTLAND :
Portland Auxiliary Marine Bible Society, Address, 1821

MARYLAND , BALTIMORE :
Association for the Improvement of the Condition of the Poor, Annual Reports, 1855-1907 (Incomplete)
Baltimore Council of Social Agencies, reports, 1936-1939 (Iincomplete)
Bureau for Contraceptive Advice, Report, 1929
Central Relief Committee of Baltimore, Report, 1894
Charity Organization Society, Annual Reports, 1883, 1886-1887, 1889-1907, 1946 - 3 Folders
Federated Charities, Annual Reports, 1908-1911
Prisoners' Aid Association, Annual Reports, 1871-1872

MICHIGAN, BATTLE CREEK :
Race Betterment Foundation, Proceedings, 1914-1928 (Incomplete) - 2 Folders

NEW HAMPSHIRE , CONCORD :
Rolfe and Rumford Asylum, An Historical Account, 1852-1909

NEW HAMPSHIRE , FRANCESTOWN :
Reports of Accountants, Agent of Poor Farm, Liquor Agent . . . 1861

NEW HAMPSHIRE , MANCHESTER :
New Hampshire Children's Aid Society, Annual Report, 1947, 1951; Children's Aid News 1954

NEW HAMPSHIRE , PORTSMOUTH :
Chapel of the New Alms-House Portsmouth Female Asylum, Discourse, 1835
Portsmouth Female Asylum, Sermon, 1811

NEW JERSEY, NEWARK :
Newark Bureau of Associated Charities, Annual Report, 1883

NEW JERSEY, TRENTON :
Board of Tenement House Supervision, Annual Report, 1811
Joint Committee on Female Prison and Reformatory, Report, 1887
New Jersey State Prison, Report, 1887

NEW YORK :
Executive Department, Division of Parole, Pamphlet, 1943

NEW YORK , ALBANY :
Ladies' Society for the Relief of Distressed Women and Children, Discourse, 1804

NEW YORK , BROOKLYN :
Brooklyn Association for Improving the Condition of the Poor, Annual Reports, 1880-1904, 1949, 1957-1964 - 2 Folders Brooklyn Bureau of Charities, Annual Reports, 1882 - 1912 - 4 Folders
Brooklyn Bureau of Social Services, Annual Reports, 1945-1948
Brooklyn Children's Aid Society, annual reports, 1871-1906 (Incomplete) - 4 Folders

NEW YORK , BUFFALO :
Charity Organization Society of Buffalo, annual reports, 1881-1902; Ten Tales (1916) -3 Folders
National Association of Societies for Organizing Charity, Booklet, 1910

NEW YORK , FREEVILLE :
George Junior Republic, Constitution [nd], 1905
George Junior Republic, Nothing Without Labor [nd], 1904

NEW YORK , NEW YORK CITY :
American Association of Group Workers, Newsletter, 1947
American Association for Organizing Family Social Work, Bulletin, 1924-1930; Annual Reports 1919-1921, 1923 - 2 Folders
American Association of Psychiatric Social Workers, Pamphlet [nd], Bibliography 1948
American Association of Social Workers, Directory, 1952
American Association of Social Workers, Common Human Needs (Towle), 1955; International Social Welfare Newsletter/Bulletin 1948-1951
American Association of Social Workers, Membership Bulletin 1947-1951; Bulletin 1952-1953
American Association of Social Workers, Code of Ethics 1950
American Association of Social Workers, Personnel Practices and Vocational Services 1946-1950
American Association of Social Workers, Newsletter 1948-1949
American Association of Societies for Organizing Charity, Reports, 1912-1913
American Purity Alliance, Annual Reports, 1895-1909
American Seamen's Friend Society, Sermon, 1845
Association of Hospital Social Service Workers, Constitution, 1913
Association of Neighborhood Workers, Settlement Catechism, [nd]
Charity Organization Society of New York, History 1882-1907; The Charities Review 1895-1897, Reprint 1903; Charity Organization Society publications 1883-1888, 1899, Annual Reports, 1908-1926 - 4 Folders
Charities and the Commons Annual Report, 1897-1909; Field Department Bulletin, 1907 -1909
Child Welfare League of America, Directories & Case Records - 6 Folders
Children's Aid Society, The Crusade for Children 1853-1928 [history], Annual Reports 1957, 1859, History, Plan and Results 1893, Publications 1859 - 3 Folders
The College Settlement, Pamphlet [nd]
Community Service Society, Annual Reports, 1939/40-1946/47
Council on Social Work Education, Teaching Records no.154-169, c.1964-1966
Crusade for Children, Pamphlet [nd]
Family Welfare Association of America, Publications, [nd], 1934, 1943
Female Benevolent Society, Annual Report, 1834
Hospital and Almshouse, Journal, 1811 [Written by Philip Milledoler published 1812]
League for Social Service, Publication, [Social Relief Work of the Salvation Army in the United States], 1900
National Association of School Social Workers, By-Laws & Membership Requirements, 1947
National Association of Social Workers, Directory, 1960
National Association of Social Workers, 1966
National Child Labor Committee, Pamphlet no. 83, 1908
National Civic Federation, Tenth Annual Meeting1909
National Civic Federation, Eleventh Annual Meeting1911
National Civic Federation, Twelfth Annual Meeting 1912
National Committee for Mental Hygiene, Publications [nd], 1915, 1916, 1918, 1919, 1920,1923, 1931, 1938; Directory 1940
National Federation of Settlements, Inc. 60th Anniversary 1916
National Federation of Settlements, Inc.. Publication 1944
National Probation & Parole Association (National Probation Association), Publication June 1941
National Probation & Parole Association (National Probation Association), Yearbook 1941
National Probation & Parole Association (National Probation Association), Annual Reports 1915-1916
National Probation & Parole Association (National Probation Association), Annual Reports 1918-1921
National Probation & Parole Association (National Probation Association), Annual Reports 1922-1923
National Probation & Parole Association (National Probation Association), Annual Reports 1924-1925
National Probation & Parole Association (National Probation Association), Annual Reports 1926-1927
National Probation & Parole Association (National Probation Association), Annual Reports 1928-1929
National Probation & Parole Association (National Probation Association), Annual Reports 1930-1931
National Probation & Parole Association (National Probation Association), Annual Reports 1932-1934
National Probation & Parole Association (National Probation Association), Annual Reports1935
National Probation & Parole Association (National Probation Association), Annual Reports 1938-1939
National Probation & Parole Association (National Probation Association), Annual Reports 1940
National Probation & Parole Association (National Probation Association), Annual Reports1941
National Probation & Parole Association (National Probation Association), Annual Reports 1942
National Probation & Parole Association (National Probation Association), Annual Reports 1943
National Probation & Parole Association (National Probation Association), Annual Reports 1944-1946
National Probation & Parole Association (National Probation Association), Annual Reports 1946-1947
National Probation & Parole Association (National Probation Association), Annual Reports1948-1949
National Probation & Parole Association (National Probation Association), Annual Reports 1950-1951
National Probation & Parole Association (National Probation Association), Annual Reports 1952-1953
New York Association for Improving the Condition of the Poor, Annual Report 1883
New York Association for Improving the Condition of the Poor, Annual Reports 1891; 1896
New York Association for Improving the Condition of the Poor, Annual Reports 1898; 1900
New York Association for Improving the Condition of the Poor, Annual Reports 1901 — 1902
New York Association for Improving the Condition of the Poor, Annual Reports 1903 - 1904
New York Association for Improving the Condition of the Poor, Annual Reports 1905 - 1906
New York Association for Improving the Condition of the Poor, Annual Reports 1907 - 1908
New York Association for Improving the Condition of the Poor, Annual Reports 1909 - 1913
New York Association for Improving the Condition of the Poor, Annual Reports 1914 - 1915
New York Association for Improving the Condition of the Poor, Annual Reports 1917 - 1919
New York Association for Improving the Condition of the Poor, Annual Reports 1920, 1922 - 1927
New York Association for Improving the Condition of the Poor, Annual Reports 1928 - 1931
New York Association for Improving the Condition of the Poor, Annual Reports 1932 - 1935
New York Association for Improving the Condition of the Poor, Annual Reports 1936 - 1938
New York City Conference of Charities & Correction 1926-1927 Proceedings
New York Prison Association of New York, Digest 1936
New York School of Philanthropy 1904-1920 Publications - 3 Folders
New York Female Missionary Society, Sermon 1825
New York State Charities Aid Association, Annual Reports 1873 — 1875; 1881-1882; Committee on Children Annual Report 1874
New York State Conference of Charities and Correction, Annual Report [bound — Volume 3 of 3 only], 1900
Newcomer Society in North America, Utah pamphlet, 1951; Pennsylvania Pamphlet, 1951
Orphan Asylum Society, Constitution & Laws 1808; Annual Report, 1809
Russell Sage Foundation, Various Publications, 1910 & 1921
Russell Sage Foundation, Various Publications [nd], 1910, 1915, 1918
St. Johnland, Statement, 1885
Social Work News, Vol.1, No. 4 — Vol.2, no.2 (15 October, 1952 - 15 March, 1953)
Social-Work Newsletter, No. 2 — 6 (January 1945 — May 1945)
Social Work Research Group, Newsletter No.1-20 (November 1949 — May 1955)
Society for the Employment and Relief of Poor Women, Annual Report, 1921
Society for the Employment and Relief of Poor Women, Annual Report, ????
Society for the Reformation of Juvenile Delinquents, Annual Reports 1825,1827,1832; [bound] 1834-1846
Society of Ladies Instituted for the Relief of Poor Widows with Small Children, Sermon, 1811
Society of St. Vincent DePaul, Publication [Frederic Ozanam: 100 year- history], 1933
State Charities Aid Association of New York, Conference Proceedings & Papers 1878, 1893; Publications 1874, 1878; First Annual Report on the Committee on Children 1874 [Manuscript Copy]
Trends in Social Work, Journal: February & June, 1951
Newark State School, Annual Report, 1943

NORTH CAROLINA , WILMINGTON :
Associated Charities, Annual Report, 1895

OHIO , CINCINNATI :
Associated Charities of Cincinnati, Annual Report, 1879
Ohio Welfare Conference, Papers, 1926

OHIO , CLEVELAND :
National Conference of Charities & Correction, Report, 1912

OHIO , COLUMBUS :
Associated Charities, Address, 1911
Conference News, Vol. 1, No. 1 — Vol. 1, No. 4 (January 1949 — December 1949)

PENNSYLVANIA, PHILADELPHIA :
An Act for Establishing a Health Office . . . 1838
Acts of Assembly Providing for the Education of Children at Public . . . 1831
All Philadelphia Conference on Social Work, Summary, 1923-1924
Apprentices' Library Company, Address, 1838
Apprentices' Library Company, Annual Report, 1845
Eastern State Penitentiary at Philadelphia, Report, 1835
Family Society of Philadelphia, Annual Reports, 1925-1935; 1937-1938; Pamphlet, 1939
Female Association of Philadelphia, Constitution, 1834
House of Correction, Act, 1860
House of Refuge, Address, 1828; Acts of Incorporation, 1859
The Howard Institution, Annual Report, 1863
Inspectors of the Eastern State Penitentiary, Annual Reports, 1830 & 1831
Laurel Hill Cemetery, Regulations & Catalogue of Proprietors of Lots,1840
Magdalen Society of Philadelphia, Report 1859, Act [nd], Constitution, 1809
Pennsylvania Company for Insurance on Lives, Granting Annuities & Executing Trusts, Charter 1836
Pennsylvania Hospital, Charter, 1837
Pennsylvania Institution for the Instruction of the Blind, Constitution, 1843
Pennsylvania Institution for the Deaf & Dumb, Constitution 1820, Charter & By-Laws,1842
Philadelphia County Prison, Rules & Regulations 1846, Digest of the Laws, 1854 & 1856
Philadelphia Orphan Society, Constitution, 1845
Philadelphia Prison, Notices… to Improve the Discipline of the Prison at Philadelphia, 1826
Philadelphia Relief Study, Report [abstract], 1926
Philadelphia Saving Fund Society, Act to Incorporate,1835
Philadelphia Social Science Association, Paper, 1880
Philadelphia Society for Alleviating the Miseries…
Prison Agent Annual Reports 1860, 1861, 1864, 1865
Philadelphia Society for Alleviating the Miseries… Journal of Prison Discipline and Philanthropy 1859: April; 1860: October; 1861: January, April, July. - 2 Folders
Philadelphia Society for Organizing Charity, Papers & Annual Reports [bound] 1879-1880
Philadelphia Society for Organizing Charity, Annual Reports, 1879-1886; 1892-1893
Philadelphia Society for Organizing Charity, Annual Reports, 1887-1897, 1899-1904; Pamphlets, [nd c.1903-1907] Philadelphia Society for Organizing Charity, Annual Reports, 1906-1909
Philadelphia Society for Organizing Charity, Annual Reports 1910-1913
Philadelphia Society for Organizing Charity, Annual Reports 1914-1916; 1919-1921; 1923-1924; Biennial Report 1916-1918
Philadelphia Society for Organizing Charity, Ward Annual Reports: First to Fourth Ward: 1887
Philadelphia Society for Organizing Charity, Ward Annual Reports: Fifth Ward: 1878
Philadelphia Society for Organizing Charity, Ward Annual Reports: Sixth Ward: 1880, 1884
Philadelphia Society for Organizing Charity, Ward Annual Reports: Seventh Ward: 1880, 1881, 1884, 1887, 1891, 1894
Philadelphia Society for Organizing Charity, Ward Annual Reports: Eighth Ward: 1881, 1884, 1887, 1891
Philadelphia Society for Organizing Charity, Ward Annual Reports: Ninth Ward: 1881, 1884
Philadelphia Society for Organizing Charity, Ward Annual Reports: Tenth Ward: 1887
Philadelphia Society for Organizing Charity, Ward Annual Reports: Thirteenth Ward: 1878
Philadelphia Society for Organizing Charity, Ward Annual Reports: Thirteenth & Fourteenth Wards: 1887
Philadelphia Society for Organizing Charity, Ward Annual Reports: Fifteenth Ward: 1887, 1888
Philadelphia Society for Organizing Charity, Ward Annual Reports: Eighteenth & Nineteenth Wards: 1887
Philadelphia Society for Organizing Charity, Ward Annual Reports: Twenty-Third Ward: 1887
Philadelphia Society for Organizing Charity, Ward Annual Reports: Twenty-Seventh Ward: 1879
Rosine Association of Philadelphia, Annual Reports, 1859, 1860, 1862
Report of the Committee … of the State Penitentiary, 1861
St. Andrews Society, Charter [with a list of member names], 1837
Seventh Ward Association, Paper, 1879
Union Benevolent Association, Constitution, 1831; Annual Report, 1864

PENNSYLVANIA , PITTSBURGH :
Kingsley House Association, Annual Report, 1894

RHODE ISLAND, NEWPORT :
Family Service Society, Annual Report, 1947
Third New England Conference of Charities, Correction & Philanthropy, Address/Publication "The Beginning of Charity Organizations in the United States…", 1894

RHODE ISLAND, PROVIDENCE :
Children's Friends' Society, Annual Reports, 1942, 1945, 1947; Discourse, 1845; Rhode Island Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children Annual Report, 1939
Family Welfare Society of Providence ( Providence Society for Organizing Charity), Annual Reports, By-Laws, Correspondence, 1893-1934, n.d. - 3 Folders
Family Welfare Society of Providence, Pamphlet, 1944
Providence Children's Friend Society, Annual Report, 1870
Rhode Island Hospital, Proceedings, 1868

SOUTH CAROLINA, CHARLESTON :
Associated Charities Society, Meeting Minutes/Proceedings, 1889

VERMONT, BRATTLEBORO :
Christian Aid Association, " Our Prison Light" Vol. VI, no 7, (April 18, 1894) - Vol.VI, no. 10 (June 20, 1894)

VERMONT, BURLINGTON :
Home for Destitute Children, Annual Reports, 1869-1910 (Incomplete)

VIRGINIA, HAMPTON :
Hampton Tracts for the People, 1879

WISCONSIN, MADISON :
The Case Record [University of Wisconsin], Introductory Issue, [n.d.]

WISCONSIN, MILWAUKEE :
Family Welfare Association (Associated Charities), Annual Reports, 1890, 1895-1899, 1907-1909, 1911, 1912, 1915, 1917, 1918, 1920, 1922, 1923, 1925 - 1930

WISCONSIN, RACINE :
Church of the Good Shepherd, Report, 1879

 

INTERNATIONAL

CANADA, NOVA SCOTIA (HALIFAX)
City of Halifax, Publication : Autobiography of George Tait, a Deaf Mute… 9th Ed.1885

CHINA, CANTON :
Morrison Education Society, Annual Report, 1838

ENGLAND, LIVERPOOL :
Liverpool Central Relief, Pamphlets, 1898 & 1903
Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, Annual Report, 1884

ENGLAND, LONDON :
Association for the Prevention of Pauperism and Crime . . ., Paper, 1868/1869
Charity Organisation Reporter, Vol VI: January 11- December 20, 1877, [bound]
Charity Organisation Reporter, July 4, 1878 — December 25, 1879; Index to Vol. VIII (1879)
Charity Organisation Reporter, Vol. X: January 6 to December 22, 1881
Charity Organisation Reporter, Vol. XI: January 5 to December 28, 1882
Charity Organisation Reporter, Vol XII: January 4, 1883 to December 27, 1883. Includes Index to Volume XII 1883
Charity Organisation Reporter, Vol XIII: January 3, 1884 to December 27, 1884. Includes Index to Volume XIII 1884
Charity Organization Society, Annual Reports, 1880-1881, 1883
Charity Organization Society, Annual Reports, 1884-1890
Charity Organisation Society, Annual Reports 1891-1892
Charity Organization Society, Annual Reports, 1892-1896
Charity Organization Society, Annual Reports, 1897-1902
Charity Organization Society, Annual Reports, 1903-1908
Charity Organization Society, Annual Reports, 1884, 1909, 1911-1912, 1927-1932
Charity Organisation Society, Papers & Reports 1877, 1881, 1884, 1897, 1903, 1909
Charity Organization Society, Special Report, 1904
Charity Organisation Review, Periodical: January 1921 — September 1921
Extracts . . .of the Poor Laws, Report, 1835
Guy's Hospital, Notes on Social Services, 1823
Ladies' Sanitary Association, Tracts / Pamphlets for Women on Health, Marriage, etc… [nd c.1860-1900??] - 2 Folders
Metropolitan Provident, Statement of Evidence, 1906
National Conference of Charities and Correction, Guide To Study (incl. proceedings 1874-1907), published 1908
National Conference of Charities and Correction, Papers [nd],1885, 1888, 1901, 1907, 1908, 1912, 1915, 1916
National Conference of Charities and Correction, Index to the Proceedings, 1907
National Poor Law Reform Association, Pamphlets, c.1910
National Vigilance Association, Report of Executive Committee, 1886
Poor Law Board, Annual Reports, 1867-1868
Poor Law Board, Annual Reports, 1868-1869
Poor Law Board, Annual Reports, 1869-1870
Poor Law Board, Commissioner's Report, 1834 [2 copies]
Poor Laws Guardians, etc… Paper, 1890
Reformatory & Refuge Union, Summary, 1891
Society for Organising Charitable Relief and Repressing Mendicity, Pamphlets 1877, 1889; Constitution, [n.d.]
Society for Organising Charitable Relief and Repressing Mendicity, Bound Papers, 1881
Standard Temperance Library and teetotal Topic, Publication, 1843
Stepney Council of Public Welfare, Annual Report, 1908

ENGLAND, WESTMINSTER :
National Association for the Feeble-Minded, Annual Reports 1897-1903
National Association for the Feeble-Minded, Annual Reports 1904-1910
National Association for the Feeble-Minded, Annual Reports 1921-1937
National Association for the Feeble-Minded, Annual Reports 1911-1913

ENGLAND, YORK :
York Lunatic Asylum, A Vindication, 1814

 

[NO LOCATION - Organized by Charity Name]

American Association for the Study of the Feeble-Minded, Paper 1929
American Association for the Study of the Feeble-Minded, Proceedings and Addresses of the Annual Session, 1918, 1920-1921
American Association for the Study of the Feeble-Minded, Proceedings and Addresses of the Annual Session, 1922-1923
American Association for the Study of the Feeble-Minded, Proceedings and Addresses of the Annual Session, 1924-1925
American Association for the Study of the Feeble-Minded, Proceedings and Addresses of the Annual Session, 1926-1927
American Association for the Study of the Feeble-Minded, Proceedings and Addresses of the Annual Session, 1928-1929
American Association for the Study of the Feeble-Minded, Proceedings and Addresses of the Annual Session, 1930-1931
American Association for the Study of the Feeble-Minded, Proceedings and Addresses of the Annual Session, 1932 [See American Association on Mental Deficiency for future editions]
American Association of Hospital Social Workers, Selected Biography, 1933
American Association of Medical Social Workers, Constitution and By-Laws, 1925, 1930, 1938, 1950
American Association on Mental Deficiency [Continued from American Association for the Study of the Feeble-Minded] Proceedings and Addresses of the Annual Session, 1933
American Association on Mental Deficiency, Proceedings and Addresses of the Annual Session 1934-1935
American Prison Association, Publication, [n.d.] c.1932
American Seamen's Friend Society, An Appeal, 1826
American Tract Society, Publication, [n.d.] c. 1824
John Howard Industrial Home for Discharged Prisoners, Tribute, [n.d.]
National Conference of Social Work, Papers, 1950
National Prison Association, Annual Report, 1884-1885
New England Association of Child Care Personnel Resource Manual, 1962

 

 

[NO CHARITY NAME GIVEN - Organized by Location]

MASSACHUSETTS , BOSTON

"Abuse of medical charity", Paper by George M. Gay, Boston City Hospital, 1905
"An Account of the imprisonment & sufferings of Robert Fuller of Cambridge"; [M'Lean (MacLean) Hospital, possibly State Lunatic Hospital], 1833
"An Address to the Citizens of Boston…" by Josiah Quincy, 1830
"An Appeal in Behalf of Destitute Mothers and Infants," 1875 [ New England Hospital for Women and Children]
"An Article on Public and Private Charities in Boston,"1845 [from The North American Review]
An Astronomical Diary or Almanack… 1766 … Calculated for the meridian of Boston, New England. Nathaniel Ames, 1766
Ballous Monthly Magazine, Vol. XXVI July — December 1867, Vol. XXV January — June 1867 [only p. 91-94; 181-188; 251-252; 257-262; 353-356 [articles on: St. Vincent Orphan Asylum Boston, Penitentiary at Richmond, Virginia & United States Marine Hospital, New Orleans, and on Prisons]
[Brattle Street Church Sermon, published 1744 (first preached 1711)]
"Building and Loan Associations, Their History and Design…" by A. Cummings, Jr. 1854
[Case of Reverend J.H. Fairchild], 1845
"Child Saving Work in Pennsylvania" , by Homer Folks, 1893
Rev. Charles Cleveland, Missionary, Annual Reports, 1866, 1871
"Democracy A New Unfolding Of Human Power," by Robert Archey Woods, 1906 [South End House, Boston]
Directory of Public Charities in Massachusetts, Ed. By Lawrence C. Howard, 1961
Dorothea Lynde Dix — "Memorial" presented to the Legislature of Massachusetts regarding the condition of asylums and hospitals for the insane, (rare) 1843 ; 2 copies
Dorothea Lynde Dix — "Remarks on Prisons & Prison Discipline," (rare) 1845 ; 2 copies
"Female's Practical Guide & Mother's Assistant", by A Physician, 1848
"The German in America" , by F.W. Bogen, 1851
[Grand Jury Remarks], Josiah Quincy, 1822
"The Hope of the Republic" , by Edward H. Rogers, 1881
Incomes of the Citizens of Boston … 1867
[Letters on Penitentiary Discipline], by A Massachusetts Man, 1836
Massachusetts Grant makers, 1986
"Memorial Address on Miss Armeda Gibbs," 1884
"A Memorial of Rev. Ephraim Peabody, D.D." , by J.H. Morison, 1857
"Miscellaneous Remarks on the Police of Boston," 1814
"The Moral Power of Character," [sermon] by S.K. Lothrop, 1853
"Old Copp's Hill & Burial Ground — Historical Sketches," by Edw. MacDonald, 1902
[Ordination Sermon for Charles F. Barnard & Frederick T. Gray by Joseph Tuckerman], 1834
"The Pickwick Papers by Charles Dickens," published by G.W. Simmons & Company: Men's and Boy's Clothing, 1887
The Prisoner's Friend, 1848-1851 (Incomplete), October 1860 - 2 Folders
The Records of Benjamin F. Butler, 1883
Report of the … White Slave Traffic… , 1914
Report of the Commissioners on the Pauper Laws, 1833
Report … The Public Charitable & Reformatory Interests & Institutions of the Commonwealth, 1897
"A Report on the Labors of John Augustus," 1852
"Review of a ‘Letter from a Gentleman in Boston to a Unitarian Clergyman of that City,'" 1828
[Sermon by Ephraim Peabody], 1846
[Sermons preached by Missionaries Pliny Fisk & Levi Parsons prior to their departure to Palestine], 1819
"Sermon Preached at the Ordination of the Rev. John T. Sargent," 1837
The Social Monitor and Orphan Advocate, July 15, 1844: Vol.3, no.7
The Social Services Review, December 1948, Vol. XXII, No. 4
Spectacles for Young Eyes, publication (fiction) 1862
Spirit of the English Magazines, August 1, 1818, Vol. III, No. 9
State Street Trust- Historical Publications, 1923 & 1934 (Industries and Indians of New England)
State Street Trust- Historical Publications, 1917, 1919, 1926 (log, merchants & sea captains of old Boston, events of Boston and neighbors)
The Subjective Value of Social Settlements, Jane Addams, (reprint) [n.d.]
A Thanksgiving Retrospect, [publication] by Katie Douglas Wiggin, 1928
[Two Discourses Delivered in the First Baptist Meeting House in Boston], by Frances Wayland, 1825
"A Voice from Leverett Street Prison" (life of ) Simeon L. Crockett, [n.d.] c. 1836
Worship and Song, 1922
"Sketches of the Life of Rev. Jonas Perkins," by Sidney K.B. Perkind
"Recollections of Hannah B. Chickering," by Sarah E. Dexter, 1881
The will of Thomas Boylston. Published by Nicholas Boylston [nd c. 1820?]

MASSACHUSETTS, CAMBRIDGE :
"Report of the Committee appointed by the town of Cambridge to investigate the affairs of its almshouse," 1833

MASSACHUSETTS , NEW BEDFORD :
"Sermon upon capital punishment" John Weiss, 1849

MASSACHUSETTS , READING :
A Sermon delivered at the ordination of the Rev. Samuel Green … Leonard Woods, D.D. 1820

MASSACHUSETTS , SALEM :
Mr. Brazer's discourse at the interment of Dr. Holyoke. John Brazer, 1829
Sermon: Doctrine of the Trinity. E. Cornelius, 1826

MASSACHUSETTS , WORCESTER :
Ordination sermon for Rev. Loammi Ives Hoadly, by Lyman Beecher, D.D. 1823

COLORADO , DENVER :
A secret political league … court cases involving the sec problem. Ben B. Lindsey, [n.d.]

CONNECTICUT , NEW HAVEN :
Sermon to Legislature. Nathaniel W. Taylor. 1823

DC, WASHINGTON :
"Bulfinch on penitentiaries" , Charles Bulfinch,1827
Speech on the confiscation of property, Hon. J. W. Crisfield, 1862

ILLINOIS , CHICAGO :
Libby prison chronicle. January 1895

MARYLAND , BALTIMORE :
The Dangerous condition of the country, the causes which have lead to it, and the duty of the people. By A Marylander, 1807

NEW YORK , NEW YORK :
Capital punishment. The argument of George Cheever in reply to J.L. O'Sullivan, Esq. 1843
The Friend of Progress Monthly. January 1865
In Memoriam: Mary A.W. Johnson. 1872
Comments on the policy inaugurated by the president in a letter and two speeches. Montgomery Blair, Postmaster-general 1863
The National Magazine: Devoted to Literature, Art, and Religion. Abel Stevens, Editor. Vol. II January to June 1853, Vol. V July to December 1854, Vol. VII July to December 1855 [1855], October - November 1856
New York State Prison. Bound Publication. [n.d.]
An Oration, Edward Everett, 1861
A Report on food and diet suited for almshouses, prisons, and hospitals. Hon. John Stanton Gould, 1852
Sermon… Moral importance in cities. Rev. Orville Dewey, 1836
The Seven curses of London. James Greenwood, 1869
Speeches for the times. Hon. James W. Wall, 1864

PENNSYLVANIA , PHILADELPHIA :
Hints on the subject of interments within the city of Philadelphia, Atticus, 1838
Report on the results of a special inquiry into the practice of interment in towns. Edwin Chadwick, Esq. 1845

PENNSYLVANIA , PITTSBURGH :
Report on outdoor relief. R.D. McGonnigle, 1890

SOUTH CAROLINA , CHARLESTON :
[Illustration of Jail Yard], [n.d.]

VIRGINIA, BEDFORD :
The commercial future of the south. The theory of trase lines. William M. Burwell. Published by the Virginia and Tennessee Railroad Company, 1861

VIRGINIA , WILLIAMSBURG :
Official Guidebook and Map of Colonial Williamsburg, 1951

ENGLAND, LONDON :
Hints for visitors. L.V. Sharp, 1908
Homes of the London poor, Octavia Hill, 1883
Mr. Peabody's gift to the poor of London. Statement of Trustees, 1865
Outdoor relief in Ireland. Sir Alfred Power, K.C.B., 1875
Speech of Thomas Fowell Buxton, Esq… House of Commons, 1821

ENGLAND, MANCHESTER :
Report of a committee appointed to examine into the state of juvenile crime in Newcastle and Gateshead, 1852

[NO LOCATION and NO CHARITY NAME]

American Philatelic Association, Patrick Chambers, 1887
The Illustrated Family Magazine. No.1, Vol. III, January 1846
Crimes against criminals. Address: Robert G. Ingersoll, [n.d.]
Colonial backgrounds of the Piscataqua region, William Safford Jones, D.D.
Convict Catechism! No.66, [n.d.]
Copies of Letters and Extracts, From officers of prison in several States in relation to Shortening Sentences for Good Conduct, 1861-1882
Harpers Monthly Magazine, [partial edition, 1872 ? — New York Hospital & Industrial Experiment at South Manchester]
On Temperance. No.3. [New England Tract Society] Andover, 1820
Penal Laws, Pamphlet, [n.d.] c. 1820?
Phases of Charity, Rev. S. Humphreys Gurteen, 1877
Narrative of privations and sufferings of United States officers and soldiers while prisoners of war in the hands of the rebel authorities…. Containing the testimony… Valentine Mott, Edward Delafield, Gouverneur Morris Wilkins, Ellerslie Wallace, Hon. J. I. Clark Hare, Rev. Treadwell Walden.
The Service of the Loyal. Mary Willcox Glenn, 1926
Arbitraty Arrests. Speech of Hon. Edson B. Olds, for which he was arrested, and his reception speeches on his return from the Bastile, [n.d.] c.1862
Why some folks should be in jail, By A Jail Chaplin
Simmons College School of Social Work, "Casework in Child Welfare" [Family Services Association of America], 1947-1959- 4 Folders
Simmons College School of Social Work, Medical Social Work Case Records - 2 Folders
Simmons College School of Social Work, Medical Social Work Reading List, 1947-1949
Simmons College School of Social Work, Medical Social Work Fieldwork Outlines, 1957-1958

[TRACT COLLECTION - Organized by Bound Book Number]

Book 1

Contains 17 papers/articles relating to prisons and criminals. One article in French. The papers are bound together, and form a book, with no sequential page numbering and irrelevant pages crossed out.

Vaux, R. The Pennsylvania prison system.
Baker, T.B.L. On sentences for prevention of crime.
Dike, Samuel W. Some aspects of the divorce question.
Lewis, Charlton T. Report of a special committee upon the prisons of Great Britain.
Round, W.M.F. Our criminals and Christianity.
Lucas, M. Ch. Le movement progressif de la codification penale.
Self, Edward. Evils incident to immigration.
Pickard, J.L. Why crime is increasing.
Vaux, Richard. Replies to the questions submitted for the consideration of the International prison congress.
Vaux, Richard. Short talks on crime-cause and convict punishment.
Cheever, George B. The death penalty.
Brinkerhoff, General R. Post-penitentiary treatment of criminals.
Highton, E.R. Observations on the qualifications and professional training of officers for prisons and reformatories.
Wayland, Francis. The pardoning power.
Altgeld, John P. Our penal machinery and its victims.

Book 2:
Spine reads : Miscellaneous.
"Tract Volume DM I."

Annual Reports and Pamphlets from:

 

 

 

 

 

Boston Seaman's Friend Society 1838/39
Channing, Walter. 1836.
Massachusetts Temperance Society. 1835/36.
Green, James D. 1838.
Paige, Lucius R. 1838.
Bouton, Nathaniel. 1837.
American temperance Union. 1837/38.
Farley, Charles A. 1837.
Storrs , Richard S. 1838.
Hopkins, Mark. 1839.
Skinner, Otis A. 1839.
Channing, William E. 1834.
Smith, M.H.
Dean, Paul. 1832.
Remarks on Mr. Norton's "Statement of Reasons." 1834.
Whitman, Bernard. 1830.

Book 3

American Colonization Society. Worcester. Report made at an adjourned meeting of the friends of the society, in Worcester County, held in Worcester, December 8, 1830, by a committee appointed for that purpose, with proceedings of the meeting, etc. Worcester, 1831.
Auxiliary Foreign Mission Society. Boston. Proceedings at the 16 th anniversary, May 31, 1827.
The Proceedings of a convention of delegates from the states of Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode-Island; the counties of Cheshire and Grafton, in the state of New Hampshire; and the county of Windham, in the state of Vermont. 1815.
Papers, on the defense of Boston, and other places. [n.d.] c. 1813.
Perpetual War, the policy of Mr. Madison… by A New England Farmer. 1813.
Appendix to no.4, vol.II. of The Friend of Peace. [n.d.]
A Letter from the Hon, Timothy Pickering, a senator of the United States, from the state of Massachusetts, exhibiting to his constituents a view of the imminent danger of an unnecessary and ruinous war. 1808.
The use and design of sacred music, with the proper method of effecting that design, argued from the nature and essential importance of religious affections, in a discourse preached March 9, 1811, as a musical lecture in Greenfield. Samuel Willard. 1811.
Discourse, delivered at Lexington, March 31, 1813, the day which completed a century from the incorporation of the town. Avery Williams. 1813
A Discourse on believers' baptism, delivered at Bennington, in the month of July, 1816, being a reply to the Rev. Daniel Marsh, on Infant Baptism. Isaiah Matteson, 1817 [ Vermont].
The Friend of Peace. Vol.ii, no. X.

 

 

 

 

 

Book 4:
Spine label: Pamphlets relating to temperance and mercantile library association 3.10.11.
Tract Volume RR II

An address delivered at the formation of the Seaman's Bethel Temperance Society. A.B. Snow, 1833.
Report of the executive committee of the American temperance Union, 1844.
A discourse delivered before the Boston Young Men's Total Abstinence Society. Ezra S. Gannett, 1846.
An address to the people of Massachusetts on the present condition and claims of the temperance reformation. Mark Hopkins, Samuel B. Woodward, Hon. Samuel Hoar. [Massachusetts Temperance Union] 1846.
Addresses, etc… on the seventeenth anniversary of the Mercantile Library Association. Isaac C. Pray Jr, Lovet Stimson, Jr, Hon. Stephen Fairbanks, Edward Everett. 1837.
Address delivered before the Mercantile Library Association. Philip Hone. 1843.
Address and poem delivered before the Mercantile Library Association. Frederic W. Lincoln, Jr. 1844.
Anniversary poem delivered before the Mercantile Library Association. George Coolidge. 1844.
Annual report of the president of the Mercantile Library Association Boston 1844.
Infatuation: A Poem spoken before the Mercantile Library Association of Boston. Park Benjamin. 1844.
Address delivered before the Boston Mercantile Library Association. Robert C. Winthrop. 1845.
Poem delivered before the Boston Mercantile Library Association. R.C. Waterston, 1845.
Report of the Board of Directors of the Mercantile Library Association from the origin of the institution in 1820, to its incorporation in 1845. 1845.
Annual report of the Mercantile Library Association of Boston. 1847.
The Act of Incorporation of the Franklin Library association at Lawrence, Massachusetts with the constitution and by-laws of said institution. 1847.
Address delivered before the Boston Mercantile Library Association, Daniel N Haskell. 1848.
Poem spoken before the Boston Mercantile Library Association, S.A. Dix. 1848.

Book 5:
Tract volume DM V
Spine label: Permanent Temperance Documents.

Contains Annual Reports 1831-1835 & a Letter by Justin Edwards 1836.

 

 

 

 

 

Book 6:
Tract Volume DM VII
Spine label: Chickering on Population and Immigration

Pamphlets:
Chickering, Jesse. A statistical abstract of the population of Massachusetts from 1765-1840. 1846.
Chickering, Jesse. Immigration into the United States. 1848.
Boston. Census. 1850.
Boston. Population of Boston 1850. Chickering, Jesse.

 

Book 7:
Tract Vol DM IX

Annual reports and pamphlets.
Benevolent Fraternity of Churches. 1849.
The Christian Patriot — Sermon. Motte, M.I. 1840.
A discourse occasioned by the death of William Parsons. Esq. Alexander Young. 1845.
Gold: A sermon. N.L. Frothingham. 1849.
Discourse delivered before the Benevolent Fraternity of Churches, Ezra S. Gannett. 1848.
Discourse of the life and character of the reverend Joen Thorton Kirkland, D.D. LL.D. Alexander Young, 1840.
Discourse occasioned by the death of the Hon. William Prescott, LL.D. Alexander Young, 1844.
Deism or Christianity? Four Discourses. N.L. Frothingham. 1845.
Anniversary and Farewell sermons preached in the Hollis-Street Meeting-House. David Fosdick, Jr. 1847.
Discourse. Charles Lowell, 1845.
Discourse on the sins of the tongue. Alexander Young, 1845.
Discourse delivered before the Benevolent Fraternity of Churches, Ezra S. Gannett, 1848.
A sermon, delivered in the Hollis-Street Meeting-House, Boston, on Thanksgiving Day. David Fosdick, Jr. 1846.
A sermon. John Pierpont, 1837.
A sermon. Rev. F.D. Huntington, 1845.
A sermon. Charlestown, New Hampshire. J. Crosby, 1843.

 

 

 

 

 

Book 8:
Tract Vol. DM VI
Spine label: Sermon.

Three discourses. Convers Francis. 1836.
Discourse delivered before the Benevolent Fraternity of Churched, William E. Channing, 1835.
Discourse delivered in Harvard Church, Charlestown. James Walker, 1839.
Two sermons. George E. Elliss, 1842.
Sermon… on the occasion of the death of William Ellery Channing, D.D. George E. Ellis, 1842.
The South Boston Unitarian Ordination. Report. Boston. 1841.

Book 9:
Tract Vol. Dm IV
Spine label: Pamphlets

Sermon delivered at the ordination of the reverend Nathaniel Langdon Frothingham, A.M. 1815.
Sermon, Boston. William Ellery Channing, 1814.
Address… at the funeral of Rev. John Lovejoy Abbot. Edward Everett, 1814.
Funeral Sermon on the death of the Rev. Joseph MeKean, D.D. LL. D. N.L. Frothingham, 1818.
Sermons… Dorechester. Henry Ware, 1820.
An Oration, pronounces July 4, 1818, at the request of the inhabitants of the town of Boston in commemoration of the anniversary of American Independence. Francis C. Gray, Esq. 1818.
An Oration, pronounces July 4, 1818, at the request of the selectmen of the town of Boston in commemoration of the anniversary of American Independence in the year 1820. Theodore Lyman, Jun. 1820.
An Address delivered at Roxbury before the Roxbury Auxiliary Society for the Suppression of Intemperance, June 30, 1820. Joseph Harrington, 1820.
Discourse delivered before the Roxbury Charitable Society… William Emerson, 1800.
Letter from a Congregationalist to a friend, on the subject of joining the New Episcopalian Church Boston 1820.
A Letter to the honorable John Pickering, on the subject of his vocabulary; or, collection of words and phrases, supposed to be particular to the United States of America. Noah Webster 1817.
Address delivered before the Ontario Agricultural Society at its first annual meeting, October 13, 1819, by the Hon. John Nicholas. [Canada]
The trial of Calvin and Hopkins versus the Bible and common sense. By A Lover of the Truth. Second edition, with remarks on the Andover Institution, Boston 1819.
Glorifying in the cross: A Sermon … Malden, Massachusetts. James Sabine, 1818.
Statement of proceedings in the first society in Coventry, Connecticut, which terminated in the removal of the pastor with an address to his late people. Ariel Abbott. 1811.

 

 

 

 

 

BOOK 10:
Tract Vol. RR III

Annual Report of the Committee of Inquiry of the Massachusetts Peace Society, Cambridge 1819.
Report of the Directors of the Auxiliary Education Society of the Young Men of Boston, 1820.
Proceedings… Auxiliary Foreign Mission Society of Boston and Vicinity, 1825.
Annual Report of the Directors of The Boston Society for the Religious and Moral Instruction of The Poor, 1827.
Report of the Executive Committee of The Bible Society of Massachusetts, 1819.
Third Report of the Massachusetts Peace Society, 1818.
Report of the Committee, To whom was referred the message of the president of the United States on the application of Hamet Caramalli, 1806.
The First Annual Report of the American Society for Promoting the Civilization and General Improvement of the Indian tribes in the United States, New Haven, 1824.

 

 

 

 

 

BOOK 11:
Spine label: Addresses
Tract Vol. DM VIII

Addresses at the Inauguration of Jared Sparks, LL.D., as President of Harvard College. Cambridge, 1849.
The Reform Spirit of the Day: An Oration before the Phi Beta Kappa Society of Harvard University. Timothy Walker, 1850.
A Eulogy on the Life and Character of John Quincy Adams, delivered at the request of the legislature of Massachusetts in Faneuil Hall. Edward Everett, 1848.
An oration delivered before the New England Society in the City of New York. Charles W. Upham, 1846.
The Means of the Perpetuity and Prosperity of our Republic : An oration delivered by request of the municipal authorities of the city of Boston July 4, 1838, in the Old South Church in celebration of American Independence. Hubbard Winslow, 1838. Address delivered at the dedication of the new hall of Bradford academy. William M. Rogers. 1841.
Address of the Hon. Edward Everett, at the Anniversary of the American Colonization Society. 1853.
The Philosophical Tendencies of the American Mind : An address delivered before the Union Philosophical Society of Dickinson College. George W. Burnap, 1852.
Constitution of the Cape Cod Association, with an account of the celebration of its first anniversary at Boston. 1851.
The war system of the commonwealth of nations : an address before the American Peace Society. Hon. Charles Sumner, 1849.
An Address delivered before the American Peace Society. William Jay, 1845.
An Address delivered before the Middlesex County Agricultural Society, at Concord. George E. Ellis, 1854.
An Address delivered before the Ladies' Benevolent Society, at East Cambridge. C. Gayton Pickman, 1836.

 

 

 

 

 

BOOK 12:
Spine label: Criminology (17 pamphlets) 1874-1893

Illustrative studies in criminal anthropology. [nd- regarding Zola]. Cesare Lombroso.
English convict prisons: some needed reforms. (1877-1878). The Howard Association of Great Britain.
The Cellular (but not rigidly solitary) system of imprisonment, as carried out at the prisons of Louvain, Amsterdam Etc… The Howard Association, 1883.
Thou shalt not kill, a paper upon the law of capital punishment by Francis Bishop. Read before the Eccleston Association, 1882.
Statistics of prisoners. 1890. Collected by the Wardens' Association of the United States and Canada. Introduction by Ronald P. Falkner. 1892.
History of Child-saving Work in the state of New York. William Pryor Letchworth, LL.D., 1893.
Some of the causes which tend to promote the increase of crime in the United States. Report of the criminal law reform committee of the National Prison Association. Prof. Francis Wayland, 1892.
Correzione Paterna ed Istituti Correzionali per Salvatore Barzilai. Bologna 1883.
Human Aggregation and Crime. M.G. Tarde.
The Reformation of Criminals. Annual Address to the Alumni of Oberlin College, Hastings H. Hart, 1890.
La Science Penitentiaire au Congres de Stockholm. M.P. Bujon. Paris, 1880.
The Pardoning Power. David B. Hill. [n.d.]
The police force of cities. A Protest against political intermeddling and a plea for greater preventative effort. Charles E. Felton, Menj. Murphy.1890.
The diseases of personality. [Humboldt Library] T.H. Ribot. (translated by J. Fitzgerald.)1887.
Scientific methods of capital punishment. [Humboldt Library] J. Mount Bleyer, M.D. 1887.
Science and crime, and other essays, viz.: The earliest known life relic; about kangaroos; on giants; the polity of a pond; skates and rays; leaves. Andrew Wilson, F.R.S.E. [n.d.]
XVIII Rapport du Comite de Secours pour les detenus liberes, 1889.
Association des Societes et Commission suisses de patronage. Le Patronage des detenus liberes et la cooperation des authorites administratives et de polics. Rapport, M. Le Pasteur Rimensberger. Neuchatel, 1889.
The Alpha. Vol. VIII, No. 1. Boston. Prison Reform — The Indeterminate Sentence. Rev. Seth C. Cary. 1889-1890.
On prison discipline and penal legislation with special reference to the State of Tennessee.
J.Berrien Lindsley, M.D., D.D., Nashville. Reprint from 1874.
Convict life or penitentiary citizenship in the Illinois state penitentiary, Joliet, Illinois. Written in prison by Thomas Elgar, 6197. 1885.
Convict labor and prison reform; a plea for the abolishment of the contract system. John J. Conrad, Ex-convict. [Auburn Prison], 1883.
The history of prison architecture. John R. Thomas ( New York). 1891.
British and American prisons. National Prison Congress, Charles F. Coffin. 1891.
Board of State charities, Columbus, Ohio. Circular no 1; 1891. The prevention of crime, and the arrest, detention, and reformation of criminals. 1891.
International congress of charities, correction and philanthropy of the world's international congress auxiliary of the world's Colombian exposition ( Chicago, Illinois). The Philosophy of Crime. C.H. Reeve ( Plymouth, Indiana). 1893.
Massachusetts probation system. Massachusetts board of managers, World's Fair 1893.
Board of State charities, Columbus, Ohio. Circular no. 4 A report of committee on prisons. Gen. R. Brinkerhoff, 1893.

 

 

 

 

 

BOOK 13:
Spine label: illegible
Tract Vol. RR I

Annual Reports: Perkins Institute and Massachusetts Asylum for the Blind. 1845-1847
Annual Reports: American Asylum at Hartford for the Education and Instruction of the Deaf and Dumb. 1845.
Annual Report and Documents: New York Instruction for the Instruction of the Deaf and Dumb. 1844.

 

 

 

 

 

BOOK 14:
Spine label : illegible
Tract Vol. Dm III

Annual Register of the Executive and Legislative Departments of the Government of Massachusetts, 1859.
Address of his Excellency Nathaniel P. Banks to the two branches of the legislature of Massachusetts, [Senate … No1] 1859.
Annual Report of the Trustees of the State Lunatic Hospital at Worcester 1858. [Public Document … no. 27]
Annual Report of the Trustees of the State Lunatic Hospital at Taunton 1858. [Public Document … no. 26]
Annual Report of the Trustees of the State Lunatic Hospital at Northampton 1858. [Public Document … no. 25]
Annual Report of the inspectors and superintendent of Rainsford Island Hospital, Boston Harbor. 1858. [Public Document … no. 31]
Annual Report of the inspectors of the state almshouse at Bridgewater. 1858. [Public Document … no. 28]
Annual Report of the inspectors of the state almshouse at Tewksbury. 1858. [Public Document … no. 30]
Annual Report of the inspectors of the state almshouse at Monson. 1858. [Public Document … no. 29]
Annual Report of the Directord of the American Asylum at Hartford for the education and instruction of the deaf and dumb. 1858.
Annual Report of the trustees of the state reform school at Westborough, together with the annual reports of the officers of the institution, 1858. [Public Document … no. 23]
Annual Report of the trustees of the state industrial school for girls at Lancaster, together with the annual reports of the officers of the institution, 1858. [Public Document … no. 24]
Annual Report of the trustees of the Perkins' Institution and Massachusetts Asylum for the Blind., 1858. [Public Document … no. 33]
Annual Report of the Massachusetts School for Idiotic and feeble-Minded Youth. 1858. [Public Document … no. 32]
Abstracts of the returns relating to the poor, and to indigent children under fourteen years of age, in the several cities and towns in Massachusetts, 1858. Prepared by Oliver warner. [Public Document … no. 16.]
Annual Report of the superintendent of alien passengers for the port of Boston. 1858. Edward Hamilton. [Public Document … no. 15.]
Report of the commissioners of alien passengers and foreign paupers. 1858. [Public Document … no. 14.]
Report of the auditor of accounts for the commonwealth of Massachusetts for the year ending December 31st, 1858. [House… no. 100.]
[House … no. 48.]

 

 

 

 

 

BOOK 15:
Spine label : Report of state institutions 185_ (illegible)
Tract Vol. Dm II

Sermon delivered before his Excellency Henry J. Gardner, Governor, His Honor Simon Brown, Lieutenant — Governor, The Honorable Council and the legislature of Massachusetts at the annual election, Wednesday, January 2, 1856. Raymond H. Seeley. 1856.
Address of his Excellency Henry J. Gardner to the two branches of the legislature of Massachusetts. January 3, 1856. [Senate … no. 3]
Annual Report of the trustees of the state lunatic hospital at Worcester. 1855. [Senate … no. 1]
Annual Report of the trustees of the state lunatic hospital at Taunton. 1855. [Senate … no. 14]
[Senate … no. 15]
Annual Report of the inspectors of the state almshouse, at Bridgewater. 1855. [Senate … no. 5]
Annual Report of the inspectors of the state almshouse, at Tewksbury. 1855. [Senate … no. 6]
Annual Report of the inspectors of the state almshouse, at Monson. 1855. [Senate … no. 7]
Annual Report of the trustees of the state reform school at Westborough, together with the annual reports of the officers of the institution. 1855 (1856). [House … no. 2]
[House … no. 33]
[House ... no. 175]
[Senate … no. 136]
Report Perkin's Institution and the Massachusetts Asylum for the Blind, 1856.
Returns relating to the poor in Massachusetts, for the year ending November 1, 1855. Prepared by E. M. Wright. [Senate … no. 240], 1856.
Charitable Institutions.
Report of the commissioners of alien passengers and foreign paupers. 1855. [House … no. 41]
Report of the auditor of accounts of the commonwealth of Massachusetts, for the year ending December 31, 1855. [House … no. 24]

 

 

 

 

 

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