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Eye and Ear Informary.

[Five Points Mission]

Deaf and Dumb Institute, Station M., New York City.

The Presbyterian Hospital.

Presbyterian Hospital, 73rd St., bet. 4th and Madison Ave.

Eye and Ear Informary.

French Hospital, 42nd Street and Lexington Ave.

Hospital at Black Wells Island, N.Y.

[Five Points Mission]

Presbyterian Hospital, 73rd St., bet. 4th and Madison Ave.

French Hospital, 42nd Street and Lexington Ave.

French Hospital, 42nd Street and Lexington Ave.

Deaf and Dumb Institute, Station M., New York City.

French Hospital, 42nd Street and Lexington Ave.

Blind Asylum.

Hospital at Black Wells Island, N.Y.

The Presbyterian Hospital.

Thanksgiving at the Home for the Friendless. New York.

Presbyterian Hospital, 73rd St., bet. 4th and Madison Ave.

Blind Asylum.

Presbyterian Hospital, 73rd St., bet. 4th and Madison Ave.

Thanksgiving at the Home for the Friendless. New York.

School children at the Home for the Friendless.

School children at the Home for the Friendless.

City Hospital, view from South side.

Perspective view of Duane St., showing portion of City Hospital.

City Hospital, view from South side.

Perspective view of Duane St., showing portion of City Hospital.

South view of City Hospital and Grounds.

South view of City Hospital and Grounds.

Episcopal Home. [Presbyterian Hospital.]

Roosevelt Hospital.

Episcopal Home. [Presbyterian Hospital.]

Roosevelt Hospital.

Stewart's Home for Women, New York City.

Stewart's Home for Women, New York City.

Catholic Orphan Asylum, Madison Ave.

Catholic Orphan Asylum, Madison Ave.

Provident Hospital and Nurse-training School, founded in 1891, in the interests and welfare of colored people of Chicago, is the second largest institution of its kind in the north.

Boys' Welfare Club at the White Oak Cotton Mills. Greensboro, N. C.

Boys' Welfare Club at the White Oak Cotton Mills. Greensboro, N. C.

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