Misericordia Hospital

...tients come through its doors within the first twenty years. The hospital continued to expand and would add two more wings over the years, bring the total number of beds to 400 by 1968.[12] The Nursed Record of the First Graduating Class of the Misericordia Hospital (Philadelphia 1921), 32. An

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The Other Drexel: Louise Drexel Morrell

...from God and would spend her days answering correspondence from the large number of charities she helped support and overseeing the affairs of St. Joseph’s and St. Emma’s Industrial Schools. When not working she would toil in her greenhouse or walk the grounds of her estate. During the depression she

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Recap of “To Touch a Saint: Creating a Place for Middle School Students” Grant Program!

...& eighth grade students. Matthew H. McCloskey, Jr. (1893-1973), building contractor and U.S. Ambassador to Ireland (1962-1964), created and funded the Wayne-based private foundation in 1967. The Arch-Ed Fund supports Catholic education and Catholic ministry throughout the Archdiocese of Philadelphia. Archives Archives Select Month April 2024 March 2024 January 2024

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Black Catholics in Philadelphia and The Journal

..., unbelievers; baptized May 2 by Rev. M. Ennis Louis, negro; aged about 6 months, born of John Lewis and Ophelia, negroes; baptized May 6, by Rev. R. Houdet Old St. Joseph marriage record: John Louis Lindor and Louisa Rosette, negroes of the Colored Island of San Domingo were married

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