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" This sum covers all expenses, except for clothing ; namely, board, washing, medicines, the use of books, musical instruments, &c. The pupils must furnish their own clothing, and pay their own fares to and from the Institution. "
Annual Report - Page 6
by Perkins School for the Blind - 1857
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The Massachusetts Register and Business Directory ...

Nahum Capen - 1856 - 386 pages
...of blind persons connected with the Institution in January, 1855, was 114; January 1st, 1856, 120. TERMS OF ADMISSION. Young blind persons, of good moral...all expenses, except for clothing ; namely, board, washng, medicines, the u?e of books, musical instruments, &c. The pupils must furnish their own clothing,...
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The Massachusetts Register and United States Calendar for the Year of Our ...

1858 - 356 pages
...Win. M. Cornell, Esq., Boston, and Joseph B. Thaxter, Jr., Hingham, Trustees in behalf of the State. TERMS OF ADMISSION. Young blind persons, of good moral...clothing ; namely, board, washing, medicines, the usĀ«; of books, musical instrumente, &c. The pupils must furnish their own clothing, and pay their...
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The Massachusetts Register and United States Calendar for the Year of Our ...

1856 - 360 pages
...persons connected with the Institution in January, 1855, was 114; January 1st, 1856, 120. TERMS OP ADMISSION. Young blind persons, of good moral character,...expenses, except for clothing ; namely, board, washing, meditines, the use of books, musical instruments, &c. The pupils must furnish* their own clothing,...
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Annual Report of the Board of Education, Volume 39

Massachusetts. Board of Education - 1876 - 530 pages
...such perfection' in some trade or special work, that they may get a livelihood by it. SAMUEL G HOWE. TERMS OF ADMISSION. Young blind persons, of good moral...character, can be admitted to the school by paying? 300 per annum. This sum covers all expenses, except for clothing ; namely, board, washing, the use...
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Address of the Trustees, Issues 15-24

Perkins School for the Blind - 1847 - 574 pages
..." 1848, 5,500.00 " " " " Jan. 1850, 1,762.50 " " " " July, 1850, 1,020.25 $ 14,048.39 $31,022.14 42 TERMS OF ADMISSION. YOUNG blind persons, of good moral...character, can be admitted to the School by paying $ 160 per annum. This sum covers all expenses, except for clothing; namely, board, washing, medicines,...
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Address of the Trustees, Issues 25-40

Perkins School for the Blind - 1857 - 544 pages
...and preach, or take up collections, upon the vague pretence of promoting the education of the Blind. TERMS OF ADMISSION. Young blind persons of good moral...character, can be admitted to the School by paying $300 per annum. This sum covers all expenses, except for clothing; namely, board, washing, medicines,...
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Public Documents of Massachusetts, Volumes 18-29

Massachusetts - 1874 - 1288 pages
...other men, they have also their duties, to the performance of which they should be strictly held. [Bj TERMS OF ADMISSION. Young blind persons, of good moral...character, can be admitted to the school by paying f 300 per annum. This sum covers all expenses, except for clothing ; namely, board, washing, medicines,...
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Public Documents of Massachusetts, Volumes 18-29

Massachusetts - 1876 - 1270 pages
...Armitage, MD, 26 The above books and appliances can be had at this Institution at actual cost. TEEMS OF ADMISSION. Young blind persons, of good moral character, can be admitted to the school by paying $300 per annum. This sum covers all expenses, except for clothing ; namely, board, washing, the use...
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The American Almanac and Repository of Useful Knowledge for the ..., Volume 31

1860 - 434 pages
...are beneficiaries from 24 the other New England States ; the rest are beneficiaries of Massachusetts. Young blind persons of good moral character can be admitted to the school on paying $200 per annum, which covers all expenses except for clothing. Indigent blind persons, of...
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Annual Report

Perkins School for the Blind - 1872 - 766 pages
...by TR Armitage, MD, 26 The above books and appliances can be had at this Institution at actual cost. TERMS OF ADMISSION. Young blind persons, of good moral...character, can be admitted to the school by paying $300 per annum. This sum covers all expenses, except for clothing ; namely, board, washing, the use...
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