Atlanta Home for Incurables pamphlet
Collection number: ahc.MSS559f
Scope and Content
This collection contains one pamphlet entitled "Atlanta Home for Incurables" which includes the charter, the By-Laws, various petitions regarding the home, rules governing the hospital, president's report for 1920, officers for 1921, and a list of members.
- A. G. Rhodes Home for Incurables (Atlanta, Ga.) (Organization)
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The Atlanta Home for Incurables grew out of the Circle of the King's Daughters and Sons, which was organized in 1893. Their purpose was to help the poor and needy, to minister to the sick, and to care for widows and orphans. The Circle was reorganized in 1901 when it occupied its first house, which was part of the incorporation of the Atlanta Circle of King's Daughters and Sons. In 1904, the organization changed its name to the Home for Incurables Association.
- Atlanta Home for Incurables pamphlet
- Paul Crater
- May 2015
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- Finding aid is written in English.