Rules and Regulations, Philadelphia Orphan Society

Rules and Regulations of the Philadelphia Orphan Society, Part 1 of 4

Part 1 of 4: In 1815, Rebecca Gratz helped found the Philadelphia Orphan Society, a private non-sectarian organization that sheltered and educated poor orphaned children until they were old enough to be apprenticed to families. This pamphlet explains the rules of the society and asylum.

Rules and Regulations of the Philadelphia Orphan Society, Part 2 of 4

Part 2 of 4: In 1815, Rebecca Gratz helped found the Philadelphia Orphan Society, a private non-sectarian organization that sheltered and educated poor orphaned children until they were old enough to be apprenticed to families. This pamphlet explains the rules of the society and asylum.

Rules and Regulations of the Philadelphia Orphan Society, Part 3 of 4

Part 3 of 4: In 1815, Rebecca Gratz helped found the Philadelphia Orphan Society, a private non-sectarian organization that sheltered and educated poor orphaned children until they were old enough to be apprenticed to families. This pamphlet explains the rules of the society and asylum.

Rules and Regulations of the Philadelphia Orphan Society, Part 4 of 4

Part 4 of 4: In 1815, Rebecca Gratz helped found the Philadelphia Orphan Society, a private non-sectarian organization that sheltered and educated poor orphaned children until they were old enough to be apprenticed to families. This pamphlet explains the rules of the society and asylum.

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Rules and Regulations, Philadelphia Orphan Society." (Viewed on November 13, 2019) <https://jwa.org/media/rules-and-regulations-philadelphia-orphan-society>.

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