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Child Care in Black and WhiteWorking Parents and the History of Orphanages$

Jessie B. Ramey

Print publication date: 2012

Print ISBN-13: 9780252036903

Published to Illinois Scholarship Online: April 2017

DOI: 10.5406/illinois/9780252036903.001.0001

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Child Care in Black and White
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University of Illinois Press

The author gratefully acknowledges the following organizations that granted permission to reproduce photographs appearing in the specified figures in the book:

Bidwell United Presbyterian Church, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: “HCC Board member Mary (Mattie) C. Glasco” (figure 6.1) and “Rev. Benjamin F. Glasco” (figure 6.2).

Legacy Center, Drexel University College of Medicine, p. 1476: “Dr. Ellen C. Potter” (figure 5.2).

Library and Archives Division, Senator John Heinz History Center: “HCC building, Termon Avenue” (figure 5.4).

Staff and Board of Directors of Mars Home for Youth, Mars, Pennsylvania: “UPOH photographs and illustrations, 1880–1929” (figure 5.3) and “UPOH nursery children with staff, 1922” (figure 5.5).

A portion of chapter 4 appeared previously in: Jessie B. Ramey, “‘I Dream of Them Almost Every Night’: Working Class Fathers and Orphanages in Pittsburgh, 1878–1929,” Journal of Family History 37, no. 1 (January 2012). (p.262)