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ROCKEFELLER FAMILY ARCHIVES, 1819-(1879-)
JOHN D. ROCKEFELLER'S CHARITY INDEX CARDS


Social Welfare and Moral Reform Organizations & Institutions (Includes temperance work, Sabbath and Sunday school societies, etc.)

Alta House (Cleveland, Ohio) - 1899-1903 (See also Cleveland Day Nursery and Kindergarten Association)
American Female Guardian Society (See Home of the Friendless, New York)
American Humane Society (for educational work) - 1899
American Seamen's Friend Society (New York) - 1887-1903
American Temperance Union - 1890
Anti-Saloon Republican - 1886-1887
Armitage House - 1893-1901 (See also Fifth Avenue Baptist Church)
Armitage House Extension Work - 1899-1903
Baptist Ministers Home (Fenton, Michigan) - 1887-1902
Baptist Ministers Home (New York) - 1887-1902
Baptist Orphans Home (St. Louis, Missouri) - 1896
Baptist Social Union (New York) - 1886-1896
Bethel Cleveland - 1864-1881
Bohemian Mission (Cleveland, Ohio) - 1883-1893
Bohemian Newspaper - 1878
Bohemian Weekly Magazine - 1900
Boston Orphan Asylum - 1883
Bowery Mission (New York) - 1886
Boys Loyal Legion (New York) - 1883-1902
Bradford, Pennsylvania Newsboys - 1887
British American Indians - 1898
Brooklyn City Mission - 1869
Burnham Industrial Farm - 1890-1893
Case Reserve Students Hospital Fund - 1902
Charity Organization Society (Cleveland) - 1882-1899
Charity Organization Society (New York) - 1885-1903
Children's Aid Society, Cleveland (See Industrial School, Cleveland, Ohio)
Children's Aid Society (New York) - 1881-1903
Christian Home for Intemperate Men - 1884-1897
Christian Industrial Alliance - 1893
Christian League Industrial Home for Women - 1894
Church Temperance Legion - 1895
Cleveland Associated Charities - 1900-1902 (for previous gifts see Charity Organization Society of Cleveland)
Cleveland Bible Reader's Home - 1890
Cleveland Day Nurseries - 1884-1894
Cleveland Day Nursery and Kindergarten Association - 1894-1901 (see also Alta House)
Cleveland Ed. and Ind. Union - 1889-1893 (see also YWCA Cleveland)
Cleveland Fireman's Pension Fund - 1894
Cleveland Floating Bethel - 1882-1902
Cleveland Fresh Air Fund - 1889-1902
Cleveland Fund for Crippled Children - 1900-1901
Cleveland Humane Society - 1881-1903
Cleveland Infants Rest - 1891
Cleveland Maternity Home - 1891-1902
Cleveland Men's Home - 1893, 1896
Cleveland Orphan Asylum - 1869-1870, 1881
Cleveland Police Pension Fund - 1898
College Settlement, The - 1901-1902
Committee of Fifteen (New York) - 1901
Comstock, Anthony (New York Society for the Suppression of Vice) - 1894-1902 (See also Society for the Suppression of Vice)
Cooper Union Employment Society - 1895-1898
Deaf and Blind Asylum - 1865
Diet Dispensary and Women's Ex. - 1881-1884
Duluth Bethel Association - 1884-1898
East Cleveland Temperance Work - 1872
Eliza Jennings Home for Incurables (Cleveland, Ohio) - 1889-1897
Erie, Pennsylvania Kindergarten Work - 1898
Evening World Sick Babies Fund - 1896
Faith House (New York) - 1885-1898
Five Points Mission - 1886-1888
Freedmen's Aid Commission - 1863-1867 (through Erie Street Baptist Church)
Freedmen's Relief Association - 1879-1882
Friendly Inn, Central (Cleveland, Ohio) - 1879-1891
Friendly Inn, River Street (Cleveland, Ohio) - 1879-1881
Friendly Inn, St. Clair Street (Cleveland, Ohio) - 1879
Hiram House (Cleveland, Ohio) - 1898-1904
Home for Aged Colored People (Cleveland, Ohio) - 1902-1903
Home for Missionary Children (Newton Center, Massachusetts) - 1884-1902
Home of the Friendless, New York; also American Female Guardian Society) - 1887-1902
House of Industry and Home for Discharged Convicts - 1882-1891
Hudson Bank Gymnasium - 1899
Industrial Christian Alliance - 1895-1900
Industrial Colony Association (Gardiner, New York) - 1898-1899
Industrial School, Cleveland, Ohio (also called Childrens Aid Society) - 1864-1902
Invalids Home (Cleveland, Ohio) - 1887-1893
Jones Home for Friendless Children (Cleveland, Ohio) - 1903
Jones School for Children - 1891
Josephine Mission - 1883-1896
Law and Order Association (Cleveland, Ohio) - 1882-1886
League for Social Service - 1899-1900
Legal Aid Society - 1902
Margaret Stracham House - 1901
Mariners Family Asylum - 1887-1892
Masonic Widows and Orphans (Memphis, Tennessee) - 1890
Montefiore Home - 1896-1898
National Anti-Saloon League - 1899-1902
National Conference of Charities and Corrections - 1898
National League for the Protection of American Institutions - 1885-1899
National Prison Association - 1888
National Temperance Society - 1879-1902
New York Association for Improving Condition of the Poor - 1886-1903
New York Association of Sewing Schools - 1897
New York City Mission - 1890
New York Day Nurseries - 1890-1891
New York Diet Kitchen - 1902
New York Herald Ice Fund and World Sick Babies Fund - 1894-1896
New York Ex. for Women's Work - 1886-1899
New York Kindergarten Association - 1899-1902
New York Protestant Half Orphan Asylum - 1893
New York Relief Fund for Poor - 1894
New York Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Children - 1894-1902
New York State Anti-Saloon League - 1899-1903
New York State Charities Aid Association - 1898-1909
New York Tribune (Fresh Air Fund) - 1897
News Boys Home (Cleveland, Ohio) - 1878, 1882
Nightingale Society (Cleveland, Ohio) - 1890-1891
Ohio Anti-Saloon League - 1894-1903
Ohio State Temperance Association - 1879
Old Ladies Home (Cleveland, Ohio) - 1879-1888
Old Ladies Home, New York - 1883-1903 (See also Fifth Avenue Baptist Church)
Pocantico Hills Temperance Work - 1897, 1899
Postal Employees Mutual Aid (New York) - 1895
Retreat (Cleveland, Ohio) - 1878-1893
Sabbath Association (International) - 1882-1888
Sabbath Association (Ohio) - 1890
Sabbath Committee (New York) or Sabbath Association - 1885-1882
Salvation Army - 1889, 1893
Salvation Army Rescue House (Cleveland, Ohio) - 1895-1905
Sanitary Aid Society - 1886
Society for the Prevention of Crime (New York) - 1893-1894
Society for the Suppression of Vice - 1879-1899 (See also Comstock, Anthony)
South Side Mission for Children - 1881-1885
Sunday School Times - 1882-1892
Sunday School Union - 1866-1870
Sunday School work - 1882-1887
Swiss Society - 1886
Teachers Mutual Benefit Association - 1890
Temperance Reading Rooms - 1886-1890
Temperance Work - 1878-1890 (Alfords, Mrs.; Hays, J.L.; Herrick, Clay; Phinney, Ellen J., Mrs.; Prather, J.S., Mrs.; Tatum, David Rev.)
Temperance Work at Rocky River, Ohio - 1881-1885
Temperance Work at Rye, New York - 1887-1888
Union Settlement (New York) - 1895-1902
University Settlement - 1897-1899
Volunteers of America - 1896-1902
Webbers Falls Indian Territory - 1895
Women's Christian Temperance Union - New York - 1884
Women's Christian Temperance Union - State Work, Ohio - 1889-1890
Women's Christian Temperance Union - Venongo, Pennsylvania - 1891
Women's Christian Temperance Union Nonpartisan (Cleveland, Ohio) - 1884-1903
Women's Exchange (Cleveland, Ohio) - 1894
Women's Home (Cleveland, Ohio) - 1869
Women's Hotel Association - 1898-1899
Women's National Indian Association - 1893-1902
Women's National Sabbath Alliance - 1896
Women's Relief Fund (Cleveland, Ohio) - 1898
Women's Temperance Society (Chicago) - 1889
Working Girls Vacation Society - 1901-1902
Working Women's Protective Union - 1894-1903
Young Ladies Temperance League - 1879-1885
Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA) - Brooklyn, New York - 1903 (see card as Brooklyn Y.M.C.A. Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA) - Cleveland, Ohio - 1867-1897
Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA) - Cleveland, Ohio, Railroad Branches - 1879-1899
Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA) - Duluth, Minnesota - 1894-1900
Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA) - East Cleveland, Ohio - 1882
Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA) - Greenpoint, New York - 1886
Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA) - International Work - 1884-1902
Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA) - New York - 1885-1902
Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA) - New York - Bowery - 1884
Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA) - Oil City, Pennsylvania - 1887-1900
Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA) - Richmond, Virginia - 1890
Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA) - Students Club -1899-1901
Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA) - Tarrytown - 1903 (see Tarrytown Y.M.C.A. 1903 card)
Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA) - Training School, Springfield, Massachusetts - 1899-1901
Young Men's Hebrew Association - 1886
Young Women's Christian Association (YWCA) -- International - 1896 (see card as International Young Women's Christian Association - 1896


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