Held at: Friends Historical Library of Swarthmore College [Contact Us]500 College Avenue, Swarthmore, Pennsylvania 19081
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Overview and metadata sections
The Hollywood Children's Summer Home of Baltimore City was a Quaker association established in 1892 to provide a two-week outing in the countryside for poor chuldren of Baltimore City and vicinity. The home was located in Catonsville, Maryland, and members of the Board of Managers and paid staff cared for the children. It was closed in 1917, due to the proliferation of other fresh air charities in Baltimore. The property was sold to St. Vincent de Paul Society, and proceeds donated to the Hollywood Wing of the Children's Hospital School and to the McKim Free Kindergarten.
The collection includes minutes, financial records, roll book, and annual reports of the Hollywood Children's Summer Home of Baltimore City.
The collection is divided into three series:
- Financial records
Donor: Baltimore Monthly Meeting, 1993
- Quakers -- Maryland -- Baltimore
- Society of Friends -- Charities -- Maryland
- Quakers -- Poor -- Services for
- Fresh-air charity
- Poor -- Services for -- Maryland
- Youth -- Services for -- Maryland
- Child welfare -- Maryland -- Baltimore
- Friends Historical Library of Swarthmore College
- Finding Aid Author
- FHL staff
- Finding Aid Date
- Encoding made possible by a grant by the Gladys Kriebel Delmas Foundation to the Philadelphia Consortium of Special Collections Libraries
- Access Restrictions
Collection is open for research.
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