Newark Care Facilities

Old Newark

Category Albums Files
Protestant Foster Home284 Broadway (Belleville Ave.)
4 14
Ridgely Home for Orphans (Odd Fellows)22 Halleck Street
4 7
Smallpox HospitalsCorner of Sherman Avenue & Concord Street
1 1
St. Barnabas Hospital681 - 685 High Street
5 17
St. James Hospital154 Jefferson Street
4 18
St. Mary's Orphan Asylum
4 11
St. Michael's Hospital304-306 High Street
3 22
St. Peter's Orphan Asylum16 Livingston Ave.
334 Lyons Ave.
4 14

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