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Rules and Regulations, Philadelphia Orphan Society

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

Rules and Regulations, Philadelphia Orphan Society
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.

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

Rules and Regulations, Philadelphia Orphan Society
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.

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

Rules and Regulations, Philadelphia Orphan Society
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.

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

Rules and Regulations, Philadelphia Orphan Society
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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1816

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