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90 Record—Benevolent and Religious Societies.
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Benevolent and Religious Societies.
American Protestant Association.
Meets on the corner of Third and Locust streets.
Blacksmiths and Wagonmakers Be-
nevolent Association.
Meets every Sunday morning.
JohnKelly, , President .
Fred.Timmerman, , Secretary .
JustusSpecht, , Treasurer .
Caledonian Society of St. Louis.
Room No. 1. Mercantile Library Building.
JohnNicholson, , President .
Wm.William M.Jones, , Vice President .
Jno.Cairus., Treasurer .
PeterKennedy, , Secretary .
Relief Committee.
Alex.McLean, , south-east corner of Third and
Pine streets.
AndrewMiddleton, , No. 9 South Third street.
Jno.Anderson, , No. 52 Washington ave.
Cigar Makers and Tobacconists’ As-
sociation.
Meets on the first Wednesday of each month.
Francis H.Buse, , President .
RobertSchmidt, , Vice-President ,
AntonFrey, , Secretary ,
C.Reif, , asst.assistant Secretary ,
C.Halle, , Treasurer .
Evangelical Lutheran Young Men’s
Society.
Organized, May 7, 1848, Meets on the first Sun-
day in each mouth, in basement of Evangelical
Lutheran Church, corner of Eleventh street and
Franklin avenue; and in School on Cedar street.
between Third and Fourth streets, alternately ev-
ery three months.
CharlesBarnes, , President .
HenryWitbrecht, , Treasurer .
CharlesQuerl, , Secretary .
German Emigration Aid Society.
Organized, 1843. Meets once a month, at No.
86 Elm street.
JacobTamm, , President .
CharlesOlshausen, , Treasurer .
ArthurOlshausen, , Treasurer .
s.southBusch, , Secretary .
C. T.Uhlman, , Corresponding Secretary .
CharlesBornefeld, , Agent .
Hibernian Benevolent Society.
Instituted, May 1, 1837.
Officers.
JamesFortune, , President .
J. C.Burry, , Vice President .
P.Gorman, , Treasurer .
D.Galvin, , Secretary .
s.south A.Breden, , Assistant Secretary .
LawrenceGodfrey, , Steward .
Ladies’ Contraband Relife Society.
96 Washington avanue.
Mrs. WashingtonKing, , President .
Mechanics’ Benevolent Association,
Meets on the first Monday of each month.
Officers.
JosephKalthoff., President .
JohnSundben, , Secretary .
L. F.Fuhrman, , Treasurer .
Mullanphy Emigrant Relief.
Office, 77, Locust street.
James M.Carpenter, , Secretary .
Shamrock Benevolent Society,
Meets in Lawrence O’Toole School House, first
Sunday in each month.
WilliamHughes., President .
DanielO’Brien, , Vice President .
JeremiahMorrissey, , Secretary .
Wm.WilliamMorau, , Grand Marshal .
Rev. JamesHenry, , Treasurer .
St. Louis Butchers’ Verein.
Meets second Sunday each month, at 372 South
Seventh.
St. Louis Provident Association.
Organized Dec. 3d, 1860. Incorporated March 17, 1863.
The object of this association is to look after the
interests of the poor of St. Louis, not otherwise provided for by Churches, or other benevolent
bodies; to provide them with suitable employ-
ment when expedient, and otherwise to aid them
in such ways as shall be deemed judicions.
Officers and Directors for 1864.
President —Wm.William M.Morrison.,
Vice President —T. b.between Edgar.,
Secretary —J. w.west McIntyre.,
Treasurer —SullivanBlood.,
Directors —Wm.William M.Morrison, , JoshuaCheever, ,
Wm.WilliamDowning, , John r.residence Lionberger, , Geo. D.Hall, ,
T. b.between Edgar, , Levin H.Baker, , r.residence J.Lockwood, ,
Thos.Morrison, , J. w.west McIntyre.,
Visitors of the St. Louis Provident Associa-
tion.
Northern District, comprising all within the
city limits North of Market Street and Laclede
Avenue. Visitor : Rev. Fred.Lack, , residence
and office, corner of Fifteenth and Chambers sts.
Office hours from 8 to 12.
Southern Disctrict, comprising all within the
city limits, South of Market Street. Visitor : Rev.
PhilipB, Residence, Rosatti Street, between
Marion Street and Park Avenue. Office, No. 35
Carroll Street, between Seventh and Eighth.
Office hours 8 to 12.
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As distributions are made by the visitors
only, under the direction of the Board, the public
are requested to send applicants for charity to
them alone.
For the convenience of members, printed blanks
can be had of any of the Directors, Collectors or
Visitors.
St. Louis Ladies’ Union Aid Society.
Corner Fifth and Chesnut streets.
Officers.
President —Mrs. AlfredClapp.,
1st Vice President — Mrs. Samuel C.Davis, ;
2d Vice President Mrs. T. M.Post, ; 3d Vice President Mrs. RobertAnderson.,
Treasurer . Mrs. s.south b.between Kellogg.,
Recording Secretary —Miss H. A.Adams.,
Corresponding Secretary —Miss BelleHolmes.,
Miss A. n.north Debenham, , Secretary pro tem .