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Charity, Children: United States, New Hampshire, Concord. Rolfe and Rumford Asylum: New Hampshire State Charitable and Correctional Institutions. Rolfe and Rumford Asylum, Concord, New Hampshire.

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c. 1900

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Charity, Children: United States, New Hampshire, Concord. Rolfe and Rumford Asylum: New Hampshire State Charitable and Correctional Institutions. Rolfe and Rumford Asylum, Concord, New Hampshire.

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Artist: Unidentified Artist,

Date

c. 1900

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ASYLUM.
ROLFE
ROLFE AND RUMFORD ASYLUM.
less
RUMFORD
AND
CONCORD,
natives
and
his
HAMPSHIRE.
when
CONCORD, NEW HAMPSHIRE.
are
26,1797,
great
for
of
less girls who are nother-
had
NEW
origin
March
girls
Bavaria,
origin in Munich, Bavaria, March
daughter
Munich,
in
who
nother-
Runford
its
Count
shire.
shire. had its natives of coneord, New Ham-
Ham-
forty-fourth
on
countess
daughter Sarah, countess of Rumford. in
birthday
great philanthronist. Count Rumford, when his
the
The.
Rumford.
New
coneord,
Rumford,
The. Rolfe and Runford AsYLm for
Sarah,
Rolfe
26,1797, on THE forty-fourth birthday Of the
philanthronist.
AsYLm
THE
Of

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ROLFE
Rolfe
for
who
natives
origin
Bavaria,
when
Sarah,
took
from
Count
having
head
to
that
upon
her
the
sum
thousand
in
three
cent
stock,
his
a
birthday
children,
with
comp
of
as
clothed
was
mueh
career
country
cane
days
where
on
October
she
December
ROLFE AND RUMFORD ASYLUM. CONCORD, NEW HAMPSHIRE The. Rolfe and Rumford Asylum for mother- less girls who are natives of Coneord, New Hamp- shire, had its origin in Munich, Bavaria, March 26,1797, on the forty-fourth birthday of the great philanthropist, Count Rumford, when his daughter Sarah, Countess of Runford, the day took twelve children from the House of Industry in Munich, which Count Rumfo:rd had founded, and having dressed them from head to foot in new clothing, presented then to him as he sat at breakfast. occurrence that he at once settled upon her the sum of two thousand dollars in American three per cent stock, on the express condition in his own words, "that she should appropriate it in her will as a capital for clothing every year forever upon her birthday twelve poor and industrious children, each of them to be fur- nished with a comp lete suit of new clothing made up in the same form and colors as the uni- forms of the poor children she clothed on my birthday in honor of He was so mueh affected by this The Countess of Rumford, after a brilliant and varied career both in this country and Eu- rope, cane back to Coneord to end her days in the historie mansion where she had been born on October 18, 1774, and where she died in December 1852.
great
philanthropist,
day
children
Munich,
new
clothing,
at
breakfast.
two
condition
own
words,
appropriate
it
will
every
year
twelve
nished
form
The
Coneord
been
1852.
AND
and
mother-
girls
New
shire,
had
March
forty-fourth
Rumford,
daughter
Countess
House
dressed
them
then
occurrence
once
settled
per
"that
clothing
each
suit
up
same
uni-
He
this
after
brilliant
both
back
ASYLUM.
NEW
HAMPSHIRE
The.
Asylum
Coneord,
Hamp-
its
26,1797,
Industry
foot
presented
dollars
American
express
should
capital
poor
lete
forms
my
honor
so
Eu-
end
historie
born
18,
died
RUMFORD
CONCORD,
Rumford
less
are
Runford,
which
Rumfo:rd
founded,
him
he
sat
forever
industrious
be
fur-
made
colors
affected
by
varied
rope,
mansion
1774,