The little ones without a voice. Their records sealed, their very existence an embarrassment, just a stigma upon society
that needs to be shut away...is how some have felt. While their records are scarce, we strive to collect as much
material on them as possible. We believe that every child is a person and deserves to know their heritage whether it
be good, bad or ugly.
Mother Donit fore the Best, by Judith A. Dullberger, 1996.
Now Is The Time, A History of Parsons Child and Family Ceneter, 1829-2004, by Paul Grondahl, 2005.
Report of the Special Committee on the Grand Lodge I. O. O. F. Home and Orphanage, 1952.
New York City
Angels of Mercy, White Women and the History of New York's Colored Orphan Asylum, by William Seraile, 2011.
The Children You Gave Us, A History of 150 Years of Service to Children, by Jacqueline Bernard, 1973.
1860-1910 Report of the 87th Annual Meeting of the Hebrew Orphan Asylum of the City of New York.
The New York Foundling Hospital, An Index to Its Federal, State and Local Census Records 1870-1925, by Carolee R,.
|C. G. Brisee Genealogy Library
in 1947 when it was the
Irwin Consolidated School