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Charities and Correction reports and records

 Series — Multiple Containers
Identifier: C#00524-2015-28
Abstract

The State Board of Charities and Correction records consists of various documents related to the Board its successor organizations. Items include individual case files from the Oaklawn School for Girls, newspaper clippings, financial reports, correspondence of the Board, and other material related to the work of agencies that reported to the Board.

Dates: 1903-1961

Prison and Jail records

 Series
Identifier: 1995-291
Dates: 1789-1980

Report of H. T. Coggeshall, M.C. as Delegate to the International Prison Congress, at Rome, Italy November 1885

 Item — Folder: 19. Report of H. T. Coggeshall, M.C. as Delegate to the International Prison Congress, 1887
Identifier: 1636-202
Dates: 1887

State Board of Charities and Corrections photograph album

 Series — Box: 13. State Board of Charities and Corrections photo album
Identifier: C#00345
Dates: 1874-1889

State Farm Deaths and Burials

 Series — Box: State Farm Deaths and Burials, 1875-1927
Identifier: 2005-41.1
Dates: 1875-1927

State Institutions and State Farm plans

 Series — Box: State Board of Charities& Corrections State Institutions (Cranston) plans, 1895-1903
Identifier: 2007-21
Abstract

Maps of Water, Steam & Gas Pipes, Sewers and Underground construction of the State Farm, Rhode Island for the Board of State Charities and Corrections.
Engineer: Wm Dexter
Scale 16., 40., and 400., ft per inch
1895-1903 - 64 plans per index
Copy 1 - missing 2,3,5,31-32, 40-46, 48-54, 56-60, 62-64
Copy 2 - missing 1-7, 16-34, 37-54, 56-64
Includes 5 blue line prints from 1917 Nos. 1, 10, 14, 16 & 18
Scale 40 ft = 1 inch

Dates: 1895-1903, 1917

The Dark Days of Social Welfare at the State Institutions at Howard, Rhode Island by Henry A. Jones, M.D.

 Item — Volume: Volume 1
Identifier: 1636-1458
Scope and Contents This publication was prepared by Henry Aaron Jones, who served as physician for the State Institutions from the 1890s to the 1930s, when state public welfare programs resided first with the Board of State Charities and Corrections, then with Public Welfare Commission, and then with the Department of Public Welfare. The book contains personal details about the staff who served at the State Institutions and especially about the physicians and the medical programs. However, the work also...
Dates: 1943