Human Generated Data

Title

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.

Date

c. 1900

People

Artist: Unidentified Artist,

Classification

Archival Material

Human Generated Data

Title

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.

People

Artist: Unidentified Artist,

Date

c. 1900

Classification

Archival Material

Machine Generated Data

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Amazon

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Newspaper 68.3
Book 63.1
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Clarifai

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Google

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Microsoft

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Amazon

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Microsoft

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Text analysis

Amazon

tion
mansion
this
will
dollars
she
the
for
ing
and
her
maintain-
of
seat
In her last will she bequeathed this
thousand
an
last
of and maintain-
fifteen
shall
natives
institution
without
In
mansion and the sun of fifteen thousand dollars
young
bequeathed
said
mothers;
educa-
females
of said Concord and without mothers; the seat
tion of young females who shall be natives
of the said institution
be
ing an institution for the suport and educa-
sun
for the pourose founding
who
Concord
founding
pourose
suport

Google

In her last will she bequeathed this mansion and the sum of fifteen thousand dollars "for the purpose of founding and maintain- ing an institution for the support and educa- tion of young females who shall be natives of said Concord and without mothers; the seat of the said institution to be my house and estate in said Coneord. This was the first provision for the care of orphan children made in New Hampshire, and from this fact and because it is of inter- national interest through its connection with Count Rumford whose name as scientist am phil- anthropist is hon0red all over the world, the trustees have kindly consented to permit the Rolfe and Rumford Asylum t in this exhibit of the New Hampshire State Board of Charities and Correction though it does not in any way come under its supervision, as no public charges are received. included The fund left by the Countess was allow- ed to accumulate until the income was suffi- cient forr the complete support of the Home when it was finally opened on January 15,1880, the fifth home to be opened in the State, though the first to be thought of. a self-perpetuating board off five tristees, the first five being named by the Countess herself in her wil1, and cares for twenty little girls, receiving them at the age of three, and keeping them until they are eighteen. educated in a good school maintained in the Home, and are trained in every practical domestic art. They attend church at the historie First Church of Concord of which the grandfather of the Countess, the Reverend Timothy Walker was the first minister. It is governed by They are carefully
she
this
and
of
without
mothers;
seat
estate
said
first
for
the
because
it
its
with
hon0red
over
consented
Asylum
in
exhibit
any
supervision,
until
15,1880,
though
off
being
them
eighteen.
educated
a
school
are
trained
every
They
at
which
carefully
last
sum
thousand
dollars
maintain-
young
who
shall
Concord
Coneord.
provision
made
from
national
name
phil-
is
all
world,
trustees
have
permit
New
Correction
as
Countess
allow-
income
was
on
January
to
opened
thought
board
named
cares
age
three,
keeping
attend
Church
grandfather
will
an
educa-
natives
institution
This
children
Hampshire,
fact
inter-
Count
whose
scientist
kindly
Rolfe
Rumford
State
Charities
way
included
The
left
by
ed
forr
home
five
twenty
maintained
art.
church
Walker
It
governed
her
mansion
"for
founding
my
orphan
t
Board
not
come
no
public
received.
accumulate
suffi-
when
finally
fifth
State,
of.
tristees,
wil1,
girls,
receiving
Home,
practical
Countess,
Reverend
Timothy
fifteen
purpose
ing
support
tion
females
be
house
care
interest
through
connection
am
anthropist
Hampshire
does
under
charges
fund
cient
complete
Home
self-perpetuating
herself
little
they
good
domestic
historie
First
minister.
In
bequeathed