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Guide to the Records of the Children's Aid Society
1836-2006 (bulk 1853-1947)
 MS 111

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New York, NY 10024
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Collection processed by Cherie Acierno and Alegria Barclay (2009), Larry Weimer (2018)

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Series XV - Materials Produced by Other Organizations, circa 1836-circa 1934

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The series contains one small box of material from non-CAS organizations arranged chronologically, followed by one cookbook [ca. 1864], handwritten, author unknown, relationship to the CAS unknown. The latter is in poor condition. The book tends toward upscale recipes (i.e. lobster sauce, oysters, and blanc mange), and uses ingredients which might be hard to come by in the 19th century (coconut, pineapple). There are many dessert recipes, as well as some recipes for making alcohol, savory recipes, pickling recipes, and healing recipes: "blackberry syrup for the summer complaint" and "a remedy to break the scarlet fever."

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 994 Folder : 1 Disbound volume: Attendance report for Girls School No. 2 (non-CAS) 1836-1839, with attached clipping from 1859
1836 September-1939 December, 1859
Box: 994 Folder : 2 Randall's Island Permit to Visit Nursery and Obtain a Child
1861
Box: 994 Folder : 3 Materials from Boys Lodging House of Children's Aid Society of Newark N.J. (1869), U.S. Census of Benevolent Organizations (photocopy of NYC pages) (1904), Irene Kaufman Settlement, Pittsburgh (1922)
1869, 1904, 1922
Box: 994 Folder : 4 St. Faith's House, Tarrytown-on-Hudson N.Y. - Annual Report
1926-1927
Box: 994 Folder : 5 Pamphlet for Children's Service Bureau, Inc., Charlotte N.C.
circa 1934
Volume: 490 Recipe Book
circa 1864

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