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Admitted during 1904 Aged and infirm Aged women Amount of annual annual subsidy avenue Baptist Boys chil classes All classes colored corporation All classes corporation Private corporation cost of maintenance County Children's Home Day Nursery deaf and blind destitute children Dispensary dren East Educational employees Florence Crittenton Home Francis half orphan Home for Aged homeless homeless children Homeless women Hospital Association Hospital Private corporation Hospital Sisters Income from pay indigent infirm women mainte Methodist Episcopal Church mothers NAME AND LOCAT1ON nance North Carolina North Dakota Number number of inmates Number of paid Odd Fellows Ohio orphan and destitute Orphan Asylum orphan children orphan girls Orphanage orphans and half Pennsylvania poor Private association Private Private corporation Private Private corporation Sisters public funds Remaining December 31 Salvation Army Shepherd Sisters of Charity Sisters of Mercy Sisters of St Smallpox South Supervised and maintained temporary homes territories Washington Woman's women and children York
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Page 36 - There is an apparent contradiction in describing hospitals as benevolent institutions when the amount of money they receive from pay patients is equal to or in excess of the cost of maintenance; but, in general, it should be remembered that to a very large extent the moneys termed income do not represent the personal contributions of the patients or
Page 310 - North Carolina School for the Deaf and Dumb.. Raleigh: North Carolina Institution for the Education of the Deaf and Dumb, and the
Page 34 - The fact that of two states very similar as to general conditions one shows a ratio of admissions twice as large as the other may be taken in most cases to mean that in the one hospital facilities are proportionately more ample.
Page 19 - Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Carolina. South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, Washington, and Wisconsin.
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Page 5 - The report treats of the operation of benevolent institutions, including the movement of institutional population during 1904 and financial statistics for 1903, with special data relating to the institutions classified as orphanages, hospitals, permanent and temporary homes, and schools and homes for the deaf and blind.