Accession Number: AnnRep3.81
Scope & Content: Printed reports of the Michigan State Board of Corrections and Charities, documenting its activities biennially from two years ending 1878 through two years ending 1884. Reports include statistical tables and black-and-white illustrations. On 4th Biennial Report: Board of State Commissioners for the General Supervision of Charitable, Penal, Pauper, and Reformatory Institutions.
Creator: Michigan. State Board of Corrections and Charities
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Administrative History: The Michigan State Board of Corrections and Charities was organized by the state of Michigan in 1871. Originally called the Michigan Board of State Commissioners for the General Supervision of Charitable, Penal, Pauper and Reformatory Institutions, the Board's primary purpose was to inspect and report on conditions of state-run and private charitable institutions of Michigan, and make recommendations for needed changes. Among the institutions inspected was the Michigan School for the Blind.
Subjects: Services for people with disabilities -- Michigan Services for the blind and visually impaired -- Michigan Annual reports
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