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 10
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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1908 Map135 views
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1897326 viewsFrom: Essex County, NJ, Illustrated 1897
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Children Well Cared for at Odd Fellows' Home198 viewsJuly 25, 1909
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1912143 viewsFrom "Newark, the City of Industry" Published by the Newark Board of Trade 1912
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1912159 viewsFrom "Newark, the City of Industry" Published by the Newark Board of Trade 1912

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Children's Ward126 viewsFeb 15, 2018
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For Odd Fellows' Orphans150 viewsFeb 06, 2018
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136 viewsPostcardJan 27, 2018
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Nurses110 viewsNurses at St Barnabas Hospital in Newark, New Jersey, practice their fire drill under the supervision of James A Cullimore of the Newark Fire Department, circa 1925. Left to right: E.L. Bloom, Ellen Jones, Helen O'Neill, Artjeral Donovan, Elizabeth Wilson, Gunhild Anderson, Alice McKay and Florence Amber.
Photo by Henry Miller News
Dec 20, 2017
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Odd Fellows Open Orphans' Home149 viewsJune 21, 1908Nov 07, 2017
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Will Build a Three-Story Addition to Foster Home on Belleville Avenue157 viewsNov 07, 2017