|Contributions||Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||AC901 .M5 vol. 255, no.10|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||32 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||32|
|LC Control Number||94840460|
The Massachusetts Medical Benevolent Society has provided grants to physicians and their families experiencing financial difficulty since and remains dedicated to supporting members of the medical community who are in reduced circumstances while operating in a confidential manner. Bound volumes, , include records, minutes, and reports (from bodies including the Standing Committee, Sunday School, Board of Investment, and Benevolent Society). Loose papers, , include records, some committee reports (most are filed elsewhere by committee) and correspondence, and annual meeting minutes and records. Full text of "Thirteenth annual report of the board of state charities of Massachusetts " See other formats. The author managed to count at least Washington Societies around the nation. The largest was the Washington Society of Pennsylvania with over 3, members as of The Boston Society had 1, members and the Berkshire County, Massachusetts Society had 2, The only chapters in the West were in Ohio, the rest were in the east.
Pierpont, John, The portrait: a poem delivered before the Washington Benevolent Society, of Newburyport, on the evening of Octo / (Boston: Bradford and Read, ), also by Thomas B. Wait and Co. Book producer and Mass.) Washington Benevolent Society (Newburyport (page images at HathiTrust). Full text of "Report of the Class of in Harvard College: prepared for the twenty-fifth anniversary of its graduation" See other formats. Collection Description. Records of the First Parish Church in Dorchester, a Congregational and later Unitarian church, include bound and loose general church records (); financial and property records, including account books (), pew records (), and records relating to church buildings; and scrapbooks of church history () collected by Mary Fifield King, the. Even as late as delegates came to the (Irish) Convention of the Order representing themselves as ‘Defenders’. Philadelphia Hibernian John O’Dea in his publication, Famous Irish Societies, recorded: In a charter was received by members in New York City and in Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania. The headquarters were for some.
(1) Benevolent Societies Hospital, E. Main Street. The Benevolent Societies Hospital was created to serve the health needs of the African American population in Williamsburg County that because of segregation, were not allowed to be served by the local hospital. societies to that end have a history covering more than a hundred years. This paper presents a study of the first organization of charity in Boston, an outgrowth of the work of Joseph Tucker-man. In Tuckerman became a "minister at large" for the Uni-tarian churches of Boston. The Association of Victorian Benevolent Societies was formed following the initiative of the Kew Society in calling a Conference of delegates of metropolitan Ladies' Benevolent Societies in May The name "Victorian Association of Ladies' Benevolent Societies" appears in the minute book for The Central Council of Victorian Benevolent. Report of the Committee on the Subject of Pauperism and a House of Industry in the town of Boston Published: () Report of the committee of delegates from the benevolent societies of Boston Published: ().