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Brief History of the Charitable Institutions of the State of Illinois

Illinois. Board of World's Fair Commissioners. Committee on State Charitable Institutions; Illinois. State School and Colony, Lincoln; Illinois. Soldiers' Orphans' Home, Normal; Illinois. Charitable Eye and Ear Infirmary, Chicago; Illinois. State Hospital, Elgin; Illinois. State Hospital, Kankakee; Jacksonville Insane Asylum (Ill.); Illinois. St...
Format
EBook; Book; Online
Published
Chicago, J. Morris Company, printers, 1893.
Language
English
Contents
  • Institution for the education of the deaf and dumb, at Jacksonville, 1838-1893.
  • Institution for the education of the blind, at Jacksonville. 1849-1893.
  • Southern hospital for the insane, at Anna. 1869-1893.
  • Central hospital for the insane, at Jacksonville. 1847-1893.
  • Eastern hospital for the insane, at Kankakee. 1877-1983.
  • Northern hospital for the insane, at Elgin. 1869-1893.
  • Charitable eye and ear infirmary, at Chicago. 1858-1893.
  • Soldiers' and sailors' home, at Quincy. 1885-1893.
  • Soldiers' orphans' home, at Normal. 1865-1893.
  • Asylum for feeble minded children, at Lincoln, 1865-1893.
Description
10 v. in 1. illus., plates, ports. 23 cm.
Mode of access: Internet.
Notes
Edition of 200 copies, made up from a collection of histories of state charitable institutions, prepared by the superintendents of the several institutions and originally issued separately by the committee. cf. Pref.
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    a| Institution for the education of the deaf and dumb, at Jacksonville, 1838-1893.--Institution for the education of the blind, at Jacksonville. 1849-1893.--Southern hospital for the insane, at Anna. 1869-1893.--Central hospital for the insane, at Jacksonville. 1847-1893.--Eastern hospital for the insane, at Kankakee. 1877-1983.--Northern hospital for the insane, at Elgin. 1869-1893.--Charitable eye and ear infirmary, at Chicago. 1858-1893.--Soldiers' and sailors' home, at Quincy. 1885-1893.--Soldiers' orphans' home, at Normal. 1865-1893.--Asylum for feeble minded children, at Lincoln, 1865-1893.
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