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Child-Caring Homes within the Archdiocese of New York in 1927
Source: The Official Catholic Directory: 1927,
New York :
P. J. Kenedy & Sons, 1927.
Roman Catholic Orphan Asylum,
24 East 52nd Street
Cares for orphans and half orphans n children's institutions or homes of relatives.
Catholic Institute for the Blind,
222nd Street and Eastchester Road, Bronx
School and Home for blind children. Capacity: 23 Boys, 19 Girls.
7 Sisters of St. Dominic.
Sister M. Cornelia, Supr.
Dominican Convent of Our Lady of the Rosary,
329 E. 63rd Street, New York City, NY
Home for dependent girls. Capacity: 243.
30 Sisters of St. Dominic.
Mother M. Veronica, Supr.
McMahon Memorial Temporary Shelter for Children,
217 E. 57th Street, New York City, NY
Miss Florence Kennedy, Supt.
Mission of the Immaculate Virgin for the Protection of Homeless and
Destitute Children in the City of New York,
382 Lafayette Street, New York City, NY and Mount Loretto, Staten Island.
1--St. Joseph's Home for Boys; Sister M. Lucilla, Supr.
2--St. Elizabeth's Home for Girls; Sister M. Vincent, Supr.
3--St. Joseph's Asylum for Blind Girls; Sister M. Liguori, Supr.
Total Capacity: Boys, 980; Girls, 450.
83 Sisters of St. Francis.
Very Rev. Msgr. Mallick J. Fitzpatrick,
Director; Revs. A. M. Pellieux,
John J. Shanahan,
B. J. Reilly, Chaplains.
The New York Catholic Protectory,
Office: 415 Broome Street, New York City, NY;
1900 E.Temont Avenue.
40 Brothers of the Christian Schools.
Director, Revs. Patrick P. McAleer and Michael P. O'Shea, Chaplains.
Holy Angles' School,
1495 Unionport Road, Westchester
Capacity: Girls and Little Boys, 900.
43 Sisters of Charity.
Sister M. Charita, Sister-servant.
House of the Holy Family,
136 2nd Avenue, New York City, NY
(Association for Befriending Children and Young Girls).
For young girls who are in danger from evil association.
7 Sisters of Divine compassion.
Sister Mary Ignatius, Supr.
St. Elizabeth's Industrial School of the City of New York,
222 E. 12th Street, New York City, NY
Trade school for poor girls. Capacity: 243.
Miss Mary Kennedy, Supt.
Branch House, 236 E. 15th Street.
St. Joseph's Institute for the Improved Instruction of Deaf Mutes,
Eastern Boulevard and E. 177th Street, New York City, NY
Capacity: 200 Girls; 235 Boys.
Hannah Miller, Supt.
Boys' Dept.; Juanita I. O'Hara,
Supt. Girl' Dept.
St. Michael's Home for Destitute Children,
Mt. St. Michael, Green Ridge, Staten Island
Capacity: Boys, 200; Girls, 200.
37 Presentation Nuns.
Mother M. Alphonsus, Supr.;
Rev. Richard O'Sullivan, Chaplain.
BLAUVELT, Rockland County, NY
Asylum of the Sisters of St. Dominic,
Capacity: Boys, 325; Girls, 255.
73 Sisters of St. Dominic.
Mother M. Joseph, Prioress.
The Asylum of the Sisters of St. Dominic
(is in District 221, Orangetown Twp., in the 1920 Census.)
DOBBS FERRY, Westchester County, NY
Sacred Heart School, Orphanage for girls.
25 Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart.
Mother Gesulina Bedogne, Supr.
Reception House. 190th Street and Fort Washington Avenue, New York City.
Rev. Michael Paris, Chaplain. Res., 141 Broadway.
LINCOLNDALE, Westchester County, NY
Lincoln Agricultural School, Branch of New York Catholic Protectory.
Office, 415 Broome Street, New York City
Capacity: 215 Boys.
11 Brothers of the Christian Schools.
Brother Patrick, Supr. Rev. M. J. A. Coutlee, Chaplain.
NANUET, Rockland County, NY
The St. Agatha Home for Children,
Capacity: 454 Boys; 346 Girls.
40 Sisters of Charity.
Sister M. Thomasina, Sister-servant.
PEEKSKILL, Westchester County, NY
St. Joseph's Home for Children,
250 South Street
Capacity: 486 Boys; 361 Girls.
108 Missionary Sisters of the Third Order of St. Francis.
Sister M. Celestine, Supr.
PORT JERVIS, Orange County, NY
St. Mary's Orphan Asylum,
56 Ball Street
Capacity: 65 Boys; 55 Girls.
7 Sisters of Charity.
Sister Rose Alacoque, Sister-servant.
RYE, Westchester County, NY
St. Benedict's Home for Destitute Colored Children inthe City of New York,
(Branch of the M. I. V.)
Very Rev. Msgr. Mallick J. Fitzpatrick, Director;
381 Lafayette Street, New York City.
Capacity: 67 Boys; 85 Girls.
15 Sisters of St. Francis.
Sister M. Regina, Supr.
Very Rev. Msgr. Wm. G. Murphy, Chaplain.
SPARKILL, Rockland County, NY
St. Agnes Convent, Branch of Dominican Convent of Our Lady of the Rosary
Capacity: 633 Boys; 72 Girls.
67 Sisters of St. Dominc.
Mother M. Benigna, Supr.
Rev. Hugh J. McManus, O. P., Chaplain.
TARRYTOWN, Westchester County, NY
St. Vincent de Paul Institute (St. Vincent de Paul),
261 S. B'way.
Capacity: Boys, 62; Girls, 93.
18 Sisters of Marianites of the Holy Cross.
Sister Mary of St. Matthew,
Supr. Rev. Mathurin Jouet, S. P.M., Chaplain.
WEST PARK, Ulster County, NY
Sacred Heart Orphan Asylum,
Capacity: 195 Girls.
24 Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart.
Mother Aurelia Marzagalli, Supr.
Reception House, 190th Street & Fort Washington Avenue, New York City.
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