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Guide to the Records of the Association for the Relief of Respectable, Aged and Indigent Females in New York City
  MS 801

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Collection processed by processed by Joseph Ditta.

This finding aid was produced using the Archivists' Toolkit on April 14, 2017
Description is in English.

Container List

Series I: Expenditures, Receipts, and Meeting Minutes

Scope and Contents note

This series includes the earliest records of the Association in the form of expenditures (1814) and meeting minutes (1814-1817) bound in a volume labeled “ Minutes of | The Ladies Society | For the Relief of Respectable | Indigent Aged Females | 1814” (Folder 1). Advisory committee meeting minutes span 1867-1883 (Folders 3-4), after when the Association moved its operations from the asylum at 226 East 20th Street to the new building at 891 Amsterdam Avenue. A separate volume records receipts (1849-1862) and accounts for extra fuel (1844-1850) (Folder 2).

Container 1     Title Date
Folder: 1 Expenditures (1814 February-April) and meeting minutes (1814 April-1817 February) [labeled vol. 2]
Folder: 2 Receipts (1849 June-1862 November 28) and accounts for extra fuel (1844 November-1858 February) [labeled vol. 6]
Folder: 3 Advisory committee meeting minutes [labeled vol. 7]
1867 December 27-1870 June 20
Folder: 4 Advisory committee meeting minutes [labeled vol. 8]
1870 September-1882 September

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