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Published by [s.n.] in Washington .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • District of Columbia,
  • German Orphan Home of the District of Columbia,
  • Orphanages

Book details:

Edition Notes

Other titlesChanging name of German Orphan Asylum Association of D.C. to German Orphan Home of D.C
SeriesH.rp.860
The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
Pagination1 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16177072M

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Records of the Disposition of Destitute Orphans Name of Orphan Age How Disposed of; 1/6/ F. Dankel, F. Philips, & Emma Beder: Chartres St: Fridolin Zweifel: 6 yrs: German Protestant Orphan Asylum: Catherine Zweifel: 5 yrs: 1/9/ & unable to provide for the child. Placed in Asylum upon the in Asylum copied in permit book No. The pair continued to work primarily within the German community, designing the Baltimore General German Orphan Asylum at Orleans and Aisquith Streets in and the Hebrew Orphan Asylum in Edward Lupus died at his home in Sextonville, Baltimore County on February 13, Introduction This pathfinder is intended to guide interested researchers to diverse materials available at the Williams Research Center (WRC) of The Historic New Orleans Collection that concern the Germans of New Orleans. From the first German settlers who came to the region in the s to institutions that still exist today, the people, organizations, and activities. Aug 01,  · In , a cholera epidemic devastated Cincinnati, taking the lives of 4, residents. The First German Protestant Aid Association proposed creating a home for the orphaned children and established the German General Protestant Orphan Asylum in Mount Auburn. In , the annual Orphan Feast and parade began and was one of the largest one-day festivals in Cincinnati for lfcmalta.coms: 1.