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328 MARYLAND MANUAL.

Frederick City Hospital Association receives under Chapter 810, 1906,.
$5,000 for 1907 and $5,000 for 1908.

General German Orphan Asylum for Baltimore City receives
under Chapter 810, 1906, $2,500 for the year 1907 and $2,500 for the year
1908. It is located on Aisquith street, south of Orleans, Baltimore.
Its object is to care for and educate destitute children. Boys and girls
of any nationality from two to ten years of age are admitted, and are
sent to the public schools and taught German and English. The girls
are taught sewing and household work and the boys given trades.
Apply to John W. Claussen, Treasurer.

General German Aged People's Home of Baltimore City, under
Chapter 810, 1906, receives $1,500 for the year 1907 and $1,500 for the
year 1908. It is located on the corner of Baltimore and Payson streets,
Baltimore. Its object is to give a permanent home to aged men and
women of Baltimore without regard to nationality. None under sixty
received. Admission fee from $150 to $300, according to age. No
stipulated number received from the State. Apply to Mary Long.
Matron.

Hebrew Hospital and Asylum Association, under Chapter 810, 1906,

receives $4,000 for the year 1907 and $4,000 for the year 1908.

It is located at Monument and Ann streets, Baltimore. Its object is to
give surgical and medical service and care to the sick, and a permanent
home for the destitute. It is non-sectarian. For admission apply to
the physician in charge for a certificate to the directors. Free to
residents of Maryland who are unable to pay board.

Hebrew Orphan Asylum of Baltimore City, under Chapter 810,
1906, receives $3,000 for the year 1907 and $3,000 for the year 1908. It
is located on Rayner avenue, Calverton Heights. Children of any
denomination between the ages of four and twelve are received.
Apply to S. Freudenthal, Superintendent.

Hollywood Children's Summer Home receives $500 for the year
1907 and $500 for the year 1908. (Chapter 810, 1906.) Apply to Laura
Sinclair Matthews, Treasurer, 1608 Mt. Royal avenue, Baltimore.

Home of the Friendless of Baltimore City receives under Chapter
810, 1906, $3,000 for the year 1907 and $3,000 for the year 1908. It is
located at Druid Hill and Lafayette avenues. Receives destitute boys
and girls under twelve. Apply at the home at any time and also to
Emily H. Berry, Treasurer.

Home for the Friendless Children of the Eastern Shore, at Easton,
receives under Chapter 810, 1906, $1,000 for the year 1907 and $1,000
for the year 1908. Its object is to provide a home for friendless white-
girls of the diocese of Easton. It gives a plain English education and
instructions in sewing and housework. It is under the management of
the P. E. Bishop of the diocese. Apply to Bishop Adams, Easton,
Maryland.

House of the Good Shepherd for Colored Girls receives under Chapter
810, 1906, $1,500 for 1907 and $1,500 for 1908.

Home and Infirmary of Western Maryland, in Cumberland, receives
under Chapter 810, 1906, $7,500 for the year 1007 and $7,500 for the year
1908. Apply to J. W. Thomas, President, or Mrs. B. S. Randolph,
Secretary. It is required to keep six free beds under the State appro-
priation.

 

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