Stone Collection: Volume 84 - Item 6
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6. “Colored Home,” “Colored Orphan Asylum,” & “Superintendent of Out-Door Poor,” Second Annual Report of the Commissioners of the Public Charities and Correction, New-York, for the Year 1861 (New York: Frank McElroy, 1862): 279-92.
Series of reports on charities serving African Americans and poor people in New York City. The report from the Superintendent of the Out-Door Poor has a large, fold-out sheet with two tables, one showing the number of people by nationality who received monetary relief during 1861, and the other using the same format indicating how many people had been provided with coal.