7 edition of Benevolent institutions 1904 found in the catalog.
|Statement||Department of Commerce and Labor, Bureau of the Census.|
|Series||Department of Commerce and Labor, Bureau of the Census, Special reports|
|Contributions||Koren, John, 1861-1923.|
|LC Classifications||HA201.1900 .B8|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||335 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||335|
|LC Control Number||06002276|
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Joseph A. Hill, expert special agent in charge of the special census on institutions and institutional population. The list of institutions included in the canvas was prepared by Mr. John Koren of Boston, formerly special agent of the census bureau. Description: p. incl. tables. Many letters concern a dinner in for the Artists' General Benevolent Institution.
Also included are manuscript pieces by Coventry Patmore, an autograph sheet, and third-party letters including items to or from Annie Wood Besant, John Fulleylove, and Brooke Foss Westcott. Explorer. Dr. William Edgar Geil (1 OctoberDoylestown, Pennsylvania – 11 AprilVenice) was an unordained evangelist, explorer, lecturer, photographer, and author of 10 books related to his lectured all over the world, illustrating his talks with lantern slides.
He is believed to be the first American to have traveled the entire length of the 2, kilometer-long Ming.KOREN, JOHN. Benevolent Institutions, Special Report of the Bureau of the Census, Department of Commerce and Labor.
Washington: Government Printing Office. 4to, pp. We regret that the United States Census authorities have thought fit. Dr. William Edgar Geil (October 1,in Doylestown, Pennsylvania – Apin Venice) was an unordained evangelist, explorer, lecturer, photographer, and author of 10 books related to his lectured all over the world, illustrating his talks with lantern slides.
He is believed to be the first American to have traveled the entire length of the 2,kilometer-long Ming.