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Author United States. Congress. House.

Title Annual report of the Commissioners of the District of Columbia for the year ended June 30, 1895. [electronic resource]

Published Washington, DC, 1895


Location Call No. Status
Physical description 1439 p. : color maps, illustrations, tables.
Series United States congressional serial set; serial set no. 3391
House document / 54th Congress, 1st session. House ; no. 7
House document (United States. Congress. House) ; 54th Congress, no. 7
Notes Report of the Commissioners of the District of Columbia, p. 3.
Report of the Auditor, p. 23.
Report of the Assessor, p. 42.
Report of the Attorney, p. 89.
Report of the Superintendent of Charities, p. 97.
Report of the Intendent, Washington Asylum, p. 171.
Report of Columbia Hospital for Women, p. 187.
Report of the Central Dispensary and Emergency Hospital, p. 198.
Report of the National Homeopathic Hospital, p. 235.
Report of Garfield Memorial Hospital, p. 238.
Report of the Providence Hospital, p. 258.
Report of the Children's Hospital, p. 278.
Report of the Washington Hospital for Foundlings, p. 280.
Report of St. Anne's Infant Asylum, p. 282.
Report of the National Association for Relief of Destitute Colored Women and Children, p. 284.
Report of the German Orphan Asylum, p. 293.
Report of the Church Orphanage of St. John's Parish, p. 295.
Report of St. Joseph's Male Orphan Asylum, p. 304.
Report of the Newsboys' and Children's Aid Society, p. 306.
Report of the Women's Union Christian Association, p. 308.
Report of the Industrial Home School, p. 309.
Report of St. Rose's Industrial School, p. 319.
Report of the House of the Good Shepard, p. 321.
Report of the Association for Works of Mercy, p. 322.
Report of the Girl's Reform School, p. 324.
Report of the Reform School of the District of Columbia, p. 330.
Report of the Board of Children's Guardians, p. 355.
Report of Children's Branch of the Washington Humane Society, p. 375.
Report of the Women's Christian Association, p. 377.
Report of the Young Women's Christian Home, p. 379.
Report of the Hope and Help Mission, p. 390.
Report of the Temporary Home for Ex-Union Soldiers and Sailors, p. 392.
Report of the Municipal Lodging House and Wood Yard, p. 395.
Report of the Central Union Mission, p. 400.
Report of the Little Sisters of the Poor, p. 402.
Report of the Aged Women's Home, p. 403.
Report of the Washington City Orphan Asylum, p. 404.
Report of the Eastern Dispensary, p. 408.
Report of the Women's Dispensary, p. 412.
Report of the Homeopathic Free Dispensary and Emergency Hospital, p. 413.
Report of the Washington Home for Incurables, p. 415.
Report of the Lucy Webb Hayes National Training School, Deaconess Home, and Sibley Memorial Hospital, p. 430.
Report of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, p. 434.
Report of the Legion of Loyal Women, p. 436.
Report of the Mission School of Cookery, p. 437.
Report of the Chief Engineer of the Fire Department, p. 459.
Report of the Major and Superintendent of the Metropolitan Police Department, p. 497.
Report of the Superintendent of the Telegraph and Telephone Service, p. 561.
Report of the Inspector of Buildings, p. 567.
Report of the Coroner, p. 581.
Report of the Harbor Master, p. 591.
Report of the Street and Alley Cleaning Department, p. 597.
Report of the Operations of the Surface Department, p. 637.
Report of the Division of Water and Street Lighting, p. 744.
Report of the Division of Sewers and Plumbing, p. 787.
Report of the Board of Trustees of Public Schools, p. 873.
Report of the Health Officer, p. 1055.
Appendices to the report of the Health Officer, p. 1099.
Laws and regulations relating to the public health, p. 1243.
Report on the water supply of Washington, D.C., p. 1347.
Index, p. 1433.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Chester, Vt.: NewsBank, inc., 2006. Available via the World Wide Web. Access restricted to Readex U.S. Congressional Serial Set subscribers.
Usage Terms Copyright 2007 by NewsBank, Inc. All rights reserved.
Other author District of Columbia. Assessor's Office.
District of Columbia. Division of Sewers and Plumbing.
District of Columbia. Fire Department.
District of Columbia. Health Department.
District of Columbia. Inspector of Buildings.
District of Columbia. Office of the Auditor.
District of Columbia. Office of the Chief Medical Examiner.
District of Columbia. Police Department.
District of Columbia. Street Cleaning Department.
District of Columbia. Surface Department.
District of Columbia. Telegraph and Telephone Service.
District of Columbia. Water and Street Lighting Division.
United States. Attorney for the District of Columbia.
United States. Commissioners of the District of Columbia (1874-1967)
Association for Works of Mercy (Washington, District of Columbia)
Board of Trustees of Public Schools of Washington D.C.
Board of Trustees of the House of Correction of Washington D.C.
Central Dispensary and Emergency Hospital (Washington, District of Columbia)
Children's Hospital (Washington, District of Columbia)
Columbia Hospital for Women and Lying-in Asylum.
Eastern Dispensary of the District of Columbia.
Garfield Memorial Hospital (Washington, District of Columbia)
German Orphan Home of the District of Columbia.
Home for Aged Colored Women (Washington, DC)
Home for the Aged of the Little Sisters of the Poor (Washington, District of Columbia)
Hope and Help Mission (Washington, District of Columbia)
House of the Good Shepherd (Washington, District of Columbia)
Industrial Home School (Washington, District of Columbia)
Metropolitan Police Department. Harbor Patrol (District of Columbia)
Mission School of Cookery and Housework (Washington, District of Columbia)
National Association for the Relief of Destitute Colored Women and Children.
National Homeopathic Hospital Association of the District of Columbia.
Newsboys' and Children's Aid Society (Washington, District of Columbia)
Providence Hospital (Washington, District of Columbia)
Reform School for Girls of the District of Columbia.
Saint Vincent's Orphan Asylum (Washington, District of Columbia)
Sibley Memorial Hospital.
St. Ann's Infant Asylum (Washington, District of Columbia)
St. Rose's Industrial School (Washington, District of Columbia)
Superintendent of Charities for the District of Columbia.
Temporary Home for Ex-Union Soldiers and Sailors (Washington, District of Columbia)
Washington Asylum.
Washington Hospital for Foundlings (Washington, District of Columbia)
Washington Humane Society (Washington, District of Columbia)
Washington's Manual Labor School and Male Orphan Asylum.
Woman's Dispensary and Hospital.
Women's Christian Association of the District of Columbia.
Young Women's Christian Home (Washington, District of Columbia)
Subject Building safety, codes and inspection.
Crime and criminals.
District of Columbia government and politics.
Drinking water.
Federal receipts and expenditures.
Food contamination.
Home economics.
Local taxation.
Missions, Christian.
Municipal services.
Paving of roads.
Public debt.
Public health.
Public schools.
Public works.
Refuse and refuse disposal.
Road construction.
Roads and highways.
School buildings.
Street lighting.
Streets, alleys, etc.
Student enrollment.
Typhoid fever.
Urban problems.
Urban transportation.
Vital statistics.
Vocational and technical education.
Water pollution.
Water quality.
Fire fighters.
Poor persons.
Financial statements.
Annual Reports.
Names Lists.