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Forty-first 
Year Book 

Jan uary 
nineteen 

HUNDRED 
AND NINE 



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Ew York 
Orthopaedic Dispensary 
AND Hospital 

126 EAST 59th STREET 
NEW YORK 



COUNTRY BRANCH 

AND 

INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL 

WHITE PLAINS 

NEW YORK 

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O.pportunHies for the Study of Orthopaedic Surgery, 

Both in Dia'^osis and Treatment, 

will be afforded Members of the Medical Profession 

and Medical Students, on' application, during 

the Autumn, Winter and Spring. 



FORM OF BEQUEST. 

I bequeath to iny executors the sum of. 

dollars, in TRUST, to pay over the same in 

after my decease, to the person who, when the same is pay- 
able, shall act as Treasurer to the Mew Torh Orthopcedic 
Dispensary and Hospital, organized in 1866, and incorpo- 
rated in the year eighteen hundred and sixty-eight ; to be 
applied to the benevolent uses and purposes of said Dispensary 
and Hospital, and under its direction. 



FORTY-FIRST YEAR BOOK 

JANUARY FIRST, I908 

TO 

JANUARY FIRST, 1909 



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126 East 59th Street, New York City 

and 

White Plains, New York 



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OPEN FOR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS 
FROM ONE-THIRTY TO THREE-THIRTY 
P. M. DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS AND 
LEGAL HOLIDAYS 



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CONTENTS. 
Trustees and Officers, 5 

Trustees' Standing Committees, - 6 

Board of Supervisors, --. y 

Medical Staflf, ----- 8 

President's Report, --. l-.g 

Supervisors' Report 13 

Hospital Surgeon's Report, - 16 

Summary of Monthly Reports, (Table I,) - - . . . ig 

Resultsof Treatment, (Table II,) 20 

Visits at Dispensary and at Homes of Patients, &c., (Table III,) - 21 

Instruments Made, &c., (Table IV,) - 22 

Summary of Hospital Work, (Table V,) 23 

Operations Performed, (Table VI,) - 24 

Review of Work Done, (Table A,) ------- 25 

Country Branch, (Table VII,) - - - ■ - - - - - 26 

Report of the Pathologist, --.--.-._ 27 

Treasurer's Report, --. - 28-29 

Subscriptions to the Endowment Fund, ----__ 30 

Annual Subscriptions, ----------31 

Donations received from October i, 1907, to September 30, 1908, - 35 

Donations for Special Purposes, - - - - -.- - -36 

School Fund, .-..-- 36 

Donors of Yearly Beds, 37 

Donors of Endowed Beds, -._- 38 

Form of Certificate to Donor of endowed bed, ----- 39 

Donations to the Hospital in Material during the year, - - - 40 

Committees of the Country Branch, - - . - - - 45 

Staff of the Country Branch, -------- 46 

Report of Country Committee, Country Branch, ----- 47 

Superintendent's Report, Country Branch, - 48 

Treasurer's Report, Country Branch and Industrial School, - - 50-51 

Donations to the Country Branch in Material during the year, - - 52 

Form of Bequest, Second page of cover. 

Rules and Regulations of Dispensary and Hospital, Third page of cover. 

ORTHOPEDIC GUILD. 

Officers and Committees, -.. -. 55 

Members, ^S 

Annual Report, - _-- 57 

Treasurer's Report, -- --58 

Donations, ------------ 59 

Miscellaneous Donations, -----.---60 



CONTENTS— Continued. 
ORTHOPEDIC HOSPITAI. SEWING SOCIETY. 

PAGE. 

Officers and Committees, 6i 

Active Members, 62 

Associate Members, ..-_-----. 65 

Annual Report, ....--.---- 64 

Treasurer's Report, 65 

JUNIOR GUILD. 

Officers and Members, 67 

Annual Report, -.-----.--. 68 

Treasurer's Report, 69 

Donations, - ..-.----.- 70 

BOYS' GUILD. 

Officers and Members, - - '-■ - - - - - - - - 71 

Annual Report, - - -*-.,- - - 72 

Treasurer's Report, - - - - ^ - - -^ - - - . . 73 

Donations, -- 74 

ILLUSTRATIONS. 

New York Orthopaedic Dispensary and Hospital, ----- i 

A Class in Gardening — Country Brancb, ------ 5 

Patients at Country Branch, 9 

School Room— Country Branch, 13 

Manual Training and Woodworking Shop— Country Branch, - - 19 

Machine Shop, -.- 23 

" Doing Cures " During the Winter — Country Branch, - - - - 27 

A Cooking Class— Country Branch, - - 31 

"Haying" and "Camping," - - - - 37 

Washing Dishes — Country Branch, 41 

Country Branch and Industrial School, ------ 45 

Cubicle in New Pavilion — Country Branch, _ . . . . 49 

Laundry Class — Country Branch, 55 

Sewing Class — Country Branch, 61 

A Class in Basket Making — Country Branch, ----- 67 

"Baseball" and "Sand Box," 71 



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TRUSTEES AND OFFICERS 



OF THE 



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FOR J909» 



Trustees. 



ROBERT S. BREWSTER, 

51 Wall St. 
HUGH J. CHISHOLM, 

30 Broad St. 
EUGENE DELANO, 

59 Wall St. 
WILLIAM ADAMS DELANO, 

4 East sgth St. 
JAMES GAYLEY, 

71 Broadway. 
AUGUST HECKSCHER, 

43 Exchange Place* 
DE LANCEY K. JAY, 

32 I<iberty St. 
FREDERIC A. JUILLIARD, 

70 Worth St. 
WALTER E. MAYNARD, 

44 East 23rd Street. 



CHARLES A. MUNN, 

361 Broadway. 
AMOS PINCHOT, 

32 Nassau St. 
FRANK L. POLK, 

32 Nassau St. 
PERCY R. PYNE, 

30 Pine St. 
O. EGERTON SCHMIDT, 

44 Pine St. 
HENRY T. SLOANE, 

B'way & 19th St. 
S. B. P. TROWBRIDGE, 

527 Fifth Ave. 

EVERT JANSEN WENDELL, 

8 East 38th St. 
HOWARD WILLETS, 

White Plains, N. Y. 



BRONSON WINTHROP, 

32 I<iberty St. 



Honorary Members. 

MELVILLE BROWN, . 1889 BENONI LOCKWOOD, 
J. FREDERIC KERNOCHAN, . 1891 



Officers. 



President : 
O. EGERTON SCHMIDT, 

44 Pine Street. 

Vice-President : Secretary : 

EUGENE DELANO, CHARLES A. MUNN, 

59 Wall Street. 361 Broadway. 



Treasurer : 
F. A. JUILLIARD, 

70 Worth Street. 



Counsel : 
BRONSON WINTHROP, 

32 I^iberty Street. 



TRUSTEES' STANDING COMMITTEES. 

FOR J909. 



Executive Committee. 

WM. ADAMS DKI.ANO, Chairman. 

House. Finance. 

HKNRY T. SLOANE. EUGENE DELANO, Ex-off. 

FRANK POLK. BRONSON WINTHROP. 

CHARLES A. MUNN, Ex-off. O. EGERTON SCHMIDT, Ex-off. 

FREDERIC A. JUILLIARD, Ex-off. PERCY R. PYNE. 

FREDERIC A. JUILLIARD, Ex-off. 



Nominating. 

CHARLES A. MUNN. PERCY R. PYNE. 

HENRY T. SLOANE. 



Entertainment. 

s. b. p. trowbridge. w. a. delano, 
de lancey k. jay. 



Auditing. 

PERCY R. PYNE. ROBERT S. BREWSTER. 



Printing. 

CHARLES A. MUNN. WALTER E. MAYNARD. 

AUGUST HECKSCHER. 



BOARD OF SUPERVISORS FOR 1909. 



Mrs. CHARIvES B. AI^EXANDER, 

4 West 58th Street. 
Mrs. ROBERT S. BREWSTER, 

100 East 70th Street. 
Mrs. JAMES A. BURDEN, 

90S Fifth Avenue. 
Mrs. M. DWIGHT COI^I^IER, 

8 East 48th Street. 
Mrs. R. FUI,TON CUTTING, 

24 East 67th Street. 
Miss C. de FOREST, 

27 East 72nd Street. 
Mrs. CHARI^ES de RHAM, Jr. 

24 Fifth Avenue. 
Mrs. WII^IvIAM B. DINSMORE, 

7 East 47th Street. 
Miss FREWNGHUYSEN, 

7 West 35th Street. 
Mrs. SETH BARTON FRENCH, 

15 W^est 51st Street. 
Miss E. S. HAMII^TON, 

loi Park Avenue. 



Supervisors. 

Mrs, 



HENRY E. HOWI^AND, 

14 West 9th Street. 
Mrs. J. ARCHIBAI^D MURRAY, 

57 East 66th Street. 
Mrs. WHITEI,AW REID, 

451 Madison Avenue. 
Mrs. DOUGI<AS ROBINSON, 

422 Madison Avenue. 
Mrs. WILI^IAM ROBISON, 

Massapequa, I<. I. 
Mrs. WII,I<IAM D. SI,OANE, 

2 West 52nd Street. 
Mrs. MARION STORY, 

Portchester, N. Y. 
Mrs. WAIvTER I.. SUYDAM, 

43 East 22nd Street. 
Mrs. JOHN HOBART WARREN, 

loi Park Avenue. 
Miss WHITNEY, 

II Madison Square. 
Miss CAROIvINE WHITE. 

609 Fifth Avenue 



•toonorarg Members. 



Mrs. E. MII.BANK ANDERSON. 
Mrs. WM. METCAI,F BI,ISS. 
Mrs. W. S. COWI.es. 



Miss C. FURNISS. 

Mrs. JAMES T. I,EAVITT. 

Mrs. HENRY C. POTTER. 



©tficers. 

President. 

Mrs. CHARLES B. ALEXANDER. 

First Vice-President. Second Vice-President. 

Miss WHITNEY. Mrs. JAMES A. BURDEN. 

Secretary. Treasurer. 

Miss E. S. HAMILTON. Mrs. CHARLES de RHAM, Jr. 

24 Fifth Avenue. 



StanDtng Committees. 



Auditing and Supplies. 

Mrs. JOHN HOBART WARREN, Chairman. 

Mrs. WH,1,IAM D. SI.OANE. 
Linen and House Purchases. 



Mrs. JAMES A. BURDEN. 



Mrs. DOUGI^AS ROBINSON, Chairman. 
Mrs. WAJvTER I*. SUYDAM. 

Free Beds. 

Mrs. WIl,I<IAM ROBISON, Chairman. 

Miss WHITNEY. 

Mrs. WHITEIvAW REID. 

Miss WHITE. 

House. 
Mrs. MARION STORY, Chairman. 
Mrs. WAI^TER I,. SUYDAM. 
Mrs. H. E. HOWI.AND. 
Mrs. J. ARCHIBALD MURRAY. 
Mrs. W. B. DINSMORE. 

Entertainment. 

Miss FREIvINGHUYSEN, Chairman. 
Mrs. JOHN HOBART WARREN. 
Miss WHITNEY. 

Instruction. 



Mrs. J. ARCHIBALD MURRAY. 
Mrs. WILLIAM ROBISON. 

Miss HAMILTON. 
Miss de FOREST. 
Mrs. DOUGLAS ROBINSON. 



Miss WHITNEY. 
Mrs. M. DWIGHT COLLIER. 
Mrs. R. FULTON CUTTING. 
Mrs. CHARLES de RHAM, Jr. 



Mrs. J. ARCHIBALD MURRAY. 
Miss HAMILTON. 
Miss WHITE. 

Miss FRELINGHUYSEN. 



C. B. ALEXANDER, Chairman. 

Mrs. W. D. SLOANE. 

Conference. 
Officers and Chairman of other Standing Committees. 



/Hbatron. 

Miss SARAH H. DUNLOP, 



MEDICAL STAFF 

FOR 1909. 



Consulting Staff. 



Consulting Surgeons. 
eHARIvES McBURNEY, M. D. WII^I^IAM T. EUI,I„ M. D. 

B. FARQUHAR CURTIS, M. D. T. HALSTEAD MYERS, M. D. 

ROBERT ABBE, M. D. 

Consulting Physicians. 
ABRAHAM JACOBI, M. D. 1,. EMMET HOI,T, M. D. 

THOMAS E. SATTERTHWAITE, M. D. WM. M. POLK, M. D. 

Consultant on Nervous Diseases. 
PEARCE BAILEY, M. D. 

Consultant on Aural Diseases. 
EDWARD BRADFORD DENCH, M. D. 

Consulting Opthamologist. 
FRANK NEWTON IRWIN, M. D. 

Consulting Dermathologist. 
GEO. HENRY FOX, M. D. 



Surgecn-in-Chief to the Dispensary and Hospital. 
RUSSELL A. HIBBS, M. D. 

Attending Surgeons to the Dispensary. 
H. J. BOGARDUS, M. D. ROBERT E. SOULE, M. D. 

Assistant Surgeons. 

robert g. moore, m. d. frank f. lyne. m. d. 

a;rthur g. bretz, m. d. Frederick d. williams, m. d. 

benjamin p. farrell, m. d. 



IWcurologtcal department. 

Physicians. 
HELEN CORRELL LOEWENSTEIN, M. D. ELISE L'ESPERANCE, M. D. 

Assistant Physicians. 
I,UCETTA MORDEN, M. D. EBBA E. ALMGREN, M. D. 



Corrective Ogmnastics. 

Attending Surgeons. 
MATHILDA K. WALLIN, M. D. MARY B. JEWETT, M. D. 

Masseuse. 
Miss JULIA VON SEDER. 



Attending Physician to the Hospital. 
WILLIAM KINNICUTT DRAPER, M. D. 

Pathologist. 
MORTIMER WARREN, M. D. 

House Surgeon. 

ROBERT E. HUMPHRIES, M. D. 

Juinor House Surgeon. 

REGINALD W. MACINTYRE, M. D. 

Supervising Nurse. 

EMMA E. GRITTINGER, R. N. 



PRESIDENT'S REPORT. 

To the Trustees and Supervisors of the 

New York Orthopixdic Dispensary a7id Hospital. 

lyADIKS AND Ge:nTLEMEN : 

The year just closed was, iu many respects, the most 
important iu the history of the NEW YORK ORTHOPEDIC 
DISPENSARY AND HOSPITAL and of the COUNTRY 
BRANCH AND INDUSTRIAIv SCHOOIv, both in the work 
accomplished and iu the financial outcome. This result is the 
reverse of what might naturally have been expected under the 
conditions that prevailed, and is therefore all the more 
gratifying. An important contraction of income would have 
necessitated a curtailment of the work. 

These two Institutions while under direction of the same 
Board of Trustees and closely related in their work and its 
responsibilities, are largely operated independently and in no 
respect directly assist one another financially ; the former being 
still very largely dependent upon public support for its income, 
while the latter is fully endowed. We shall therefore report 
upon the work and financial situation of each quite separately. 

NEW YORK ORTHOPEDIC DISPENSARY & HOSPITAL. 

The increases in the number of patients treated in the 
DISPENSARY and in the number of visits made by patients to 
the DISPENSARY have been very marked ; as has also the 
increase in the number of visits paid by the surgeons and nurses 
to patients outside of the Institution. 

The same increase is shown in the number of patients treated 
in the HOSPITAL. The prevalence of an epidemic of infantile 
paralysis in the early part of the year no doubt accounts for some 
part of this increase in the number of patients ; yet the 
larger proportion came in the ordinary course, drawn, as we may 
justly believe, by the reputation of our Staff for consideration 
and skill in the treatment of their various diseases. 



The Report and Tables of the Surgeon-in-Chief give the full 
and interesting details upon which these general conclusions are 
based, and should be carefully considered. We especially 
commend to your study Table A, showing the steady and 
remarkable growth, in every essential particular, of our City 
work during the past ten years (from 1899 to 1908 both 
inclusive), whether we consider the increase in amount of the 
work accomplished or the decrease in the cost of it. The average 
of the latter per patient last year was, with one exception, the 
lowest during the j'^ears cited, while the amount of work done 
was the largest ; and this extra work was performed without 
any additions to the Staff of Surgeons and of Nurses, and with 
commendable eflSciency. It is, therefore, at this time a source 
of gratification that the purposes for which the DISPENSARY 
and HOSPlTAIy were established are so increasingly and 
efficiently accomplishing their ends. 

The Treasuser submits quite satisfactory results for the year 
ending September 30th, 1908, of the DISPENSARY AND 
HOSPITAL^. When it is remembered that the period covered 
by his report was at first greatly disturbed by the panic of 1907, 
and subsequently seriously affected by enforced economy on the 
part of a large body of contributors to o"r charitable 
organizations, we should, as a Board of Trustees, be most 
grateful for the outcome. 

The Income and Expense Account of the DISPENSARY 
and HOSPITAIy presents some features worthy of notice. 
While the total receipts of the year shows an increase of 
$1,797.90 over the previous year, the expenses for this period 
show an increase of $2,677.99, resulting in a net excess of 
expenditure of $880.09. 

An analysis of the receipts shows a very considerable falling 
off in three items, namely : 

Free beds annually endowed $1,283. 33 

Donations i , 206 . 99 

Subscriptions 1,716.50 

Or a total of $4,206 . 82 

The decrease in the number of donors was 86, and in the 
number of subscribers 3. Had it not been for the important 
amount of $4,848.45 secured through the good work of the 

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Entertainment Committee of the Board of Supervisors, the 
falling off in the three directions mentioned would have been 
more serious. As it is, these three items serve to emphasize the 
directions in which the panic affected our receipts, and the 
direction to which we must bend our energies in this coming 
year ; and the one favorable item mentioned may well emphasize, 
on the other hand, our continued obligations to the ladies of our 
Board of Supervisors, whose Report follows. 

Fortunately there was brought forward a 

surplus from the previous year of $10,424.82 

from which, after deducting the excess of 

expenses over receipts this year 3.098.59 

there remained a surplus on Sept. 30, '08 of $7,326.23 



Referring to the Balance Sheet of the DISPENSARY AND 
HOSPITAI^ we find its interest-bearing investments have 
increased to the amount of $139,214.75, and that this increase 
has been invested in well selected New York City mortgages. 

This much appreciated addition to our Endowment Fund, 
made up of the legacies of Mr. James Henry Smith and Miss 
Zella Gibbs, announced a year ago, and of other gifts, has not 
increased this Fund to an extent sufficient to do more than 
provide about one-third of the necessary income to carry on the 
work of which we have been speaking, namely that of the NEW 
YORK ORTHOPEDIC DISPENSARY AND HOSPITAI, ; a 
work which, we repeat, receives no pecuniary benefit whatever 
from the Endowment Fund of the Country Branch and 
Industrial School, of which we shall speak presently, built and 
endowed quite independently for its specific though auxiliary 
work, through the munificence of Miss Emily Watson. For this 
School we make no appeal for funds ; but we do appeal most 
earnestly for fu7ids to sustain the work of our City Dispensary and 
Hospital, a work paramount in its needs and appealing in its 
character. 

COUNTRY BRANCH AND INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL. 

The past year witnessed the completion of the two new 
pavilions, and they were opened to patients on July ist, 1908. 

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The number of patients on October i, 1907, was 53 
Admitted during the year 48 

Total loi 

Discharged during the y ear 5 

Leaving number of patients on Sept. 30th, 1908. . . 96 



The work, which is making very favorable progress, is under 
the direction of a Committee of the Board of Trustees and a 
Committee of the Board of Supervisors of the New York 
Orthopaedic Dispensary and Hospital, aided by a Country 
Committee composed largely of near by residents. While the 
COUNTRY BRANCH AND INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL is thus 
under the direct supervision and management of the New York 
Orthopaedic Dispensary and Hospital, which latter supplies it 
with patients, holds the title of its property, and has the custody 
of its Endowment Fund, the New York Orthopaedic Dispensary 
and Hospital has no responsibility, as already stated above, for 
its financial support. 

The Balance Sheet of the COUNTRY BRANCH AND 
INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL for the 3'ear ended September 30th, 
1908, submitted by the Treasurer, shows an Endowment Fund 
invested in mortgages on Real Estate in New York City of 
$1,189,000, an increase of $800,000 over the previous j^ear ; and 
an investment in land, buildings and furnishings of $416,604.26, 
an increase of $108,765.46 for the year. 

The current receipts of the COUNTRY BRANCH AND 
INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL, together with the surplus of 1907, 
resulted in a surplus over disbursements the past year of 
$4,492.17. 

We should state in closing, that a Committee of the Board of 
Trustees made a careful examination during the past year of the 
mortgage investments belonging to these two Institutions and 
reported most favorably upon their character. 
Respectfully submitted, 

EUGENE DELANO, 

Vice-Pres7'denf. 

New York, December loth, 1908. 



SUPERVISORS' REPORT. 

To the Trustees of the New York Orthopoedic 

Dispensary and Hospital. 
G:eNTi,:eMEN : 

We have the honour to present to you the report of the Board 
of Supervisors. 

During the past year we have had the good fortune through 
the generosity of our friends not only to continue without 
curtailing, but to enlarge our work of assistance in the care of 
those helpless little ones confided to our Hospital. It is needless 
for us to attempt to say how grateful we are for this, and how 
deeply we appreciate it. 

It is always to our Auxiliary Societies that we owe our first 
words of thanks, regretting that they must of necessity be few 
and short. None could seem adequate to express our sense of 
our debt to them, and the most hasty glance at their reports will 
explain why so many branches of our work would be impossible 
if we could not depend upon their support. It is to the 
Orthopaedic Guild, the Orthopaedic Hospital Sewing Society, the 
Junior Guild, and the Boy's Guild that we have often turned 
when practical help was needed, and we have never turned in 
vain. 

Three Visiting Nurses have been supported by members of 
our Board, Mrs. Whitelaw Reid, Mrs. Wm, Douglas Sloane and 
Mrs. Marion Story. A fourth by a friend of our Institution who 
has always been a generous contributor and well wisher, Mrs. 
Frederic Vanderbilt. This service is of such extreme importance 
to the work of the Surgeons in the Dispensary, it can scarcely be 
exaggerated. To the liberality of these ladies is due the 
ultimate cure of many cases which would otherwise relapse 
through lack of care at home. 

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The new feature in the work of our Institution, the Clinic for 
Lateral Curvature of the Spine which was introduced through 
the liberality of one of the Trustees, Mr. Hugh J. Chisholm, has 
been enabled to double its service, owing to the generosity of a 
member of our Board, Miss Caroline White. 

Through the kindness of those friends who have subscribed 
to the Special Fund devoted to it, the School has again been 
carried on. It means so much to the patients not to lose their 
places in the Public Schools, because of their treatment, that we 
feel it is an important branch of our work to prevent it. We beg 
for contributions for this fund as the teacher's salary and other 
school expenses cannot be appropriated out of the general 
treasury, and depend entirely upon subscriptions and donations 
for the purpose. 

Our other Special Funds, Fruit, Ice Cream, Vegetable and 
Park Drives do much, not only to lighten our task of providing 
necessities for our patients, but to enable us to give them 
pleasures and little luxuries and comforts otherwise beyond our 
means, and we hope that our friends will show their approval by 
continuing to support them. 

At Christmas all our efforts were directed as usual to bringing 
some of the season's joy and cheer to our little patients, and in 
this we are always more than generously seconded by many 
friends, and by the various Guilds who vie with each other in a 
most lovely rivalry. We may not dwell too long upon it all here, 
but it is such a happy time, and the children do enjoy it so much, 
that it is one of the pleasures of our work. One of our Vice- 
Presidents, Miss Whitney, always gives a tree with presents for 
all, needless to say what joy that brings, the sight of such a 
thing alone is something most of these children would never have 
elsewhere. At it Mrs. Frederic Kernochan gives pounds of tea 
to the mothers who bring Dispensary patients. 

Miss de Forest gives presents to all the Hospital staff, Mrs. 
Sloane a present to each child in the wards, Mrs. J. A. Burden, 
another Vice-President, a doll to each girl. The Guilds hang up 
stockings, visit the wards, amuse the childrtn, and give them 
fruit or any little delicacy allowed. Besides all the presents 
given in the Hospital, the Visiting Nures were well supplied for 
distribution in the homes of Dispensary patients. In fact it is an 
endless list of kindness and thoughtful attentions. 

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An entertainment was held to help defray our current 
expenses, a concert at which Brahm's Requiem and other 
selections was given by Mr. Stowkowski, the organist, and the 
Choir of St. Bartholomew's Church, who very generously donated 
their services and an orchestra. The high character of the 
concert and the artistic rendering of the music made it a most 
successful entertainment in every respect, and it brought in the 
handsome sum of $4,000. In addition to this, $3,500 was 
received in donations to the Endowment Fund from persons 
whose attention has been called to our needs through the 
concert. Our Entertainment Committee are heartily to be 
congratulated on the success of their efforts. 

In conclusion we address our Annual appeal to the generous 
public, to our many friends, to continue their interest and help. 
It is a wonderful work to redeem human beings from suffering 
and misery and make them strong, healthy men and women, 
capable of becoming useful citizens instead of charges upon the 
Community, from a life which is a cruel burden, and to allow them 
the same opportunity as their more fortunate brothers enjoy. 
It is our privilege to assist in this and it is our duty to bring it 
before others, and ask them to join us, and to be generous and 
liberal in giving the wherewithal to continue and to extend these 
benefits. No subject appeals more strongly to all hearts than 
trials and suffering in childhood. It should be such a happy 
time, when it is not, all long to make it so. Will you not take 
this practical way of showing your sympathy, and not only 
contribute yourself to our sadly needy treasury, but induce 
others to subscribe to it as well ? 

Respectfully submitted, 

E1.1ZABETH Stewart Hamilton, 

Secretary. 



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SURGEON'S REPORT. 

To the Trustees of the New York 

Orthopcedic Dispensary and Hospital. 

Genti^Emen : 

We have treated in our Institution during the past year, 
ending September 30th, 1908, four thousand, seven hundred, 
and thirty patients. One thousand, seven hundred, and twenty- 
six of these were new patients, and the other three thousand 
and four were those continued under treatment from last year. 
Among this number were five hundred and fifty-three cases of 
Potts' Disease, four hundred and twenty-six cases of Hip Joint 
Disease, and two hundred cases of Tuberculous Diseases of the 
smaller joints ; making a total of eleven hundred and seventy- 
nine cases of Tuberculosis of the bone and joint. There were 
three hundred and twenty-nine cases of L,ateral Curvature of the 
Spine, eight hundred and sixty-seven cases of deformities of the 
Foot, nine hundred and fifty -seven cases of Paralytic Deformities, 
and the remaining number represents a very large variety of 
cases. From these figures you will note a very large increase, 
as compared with last year. 

Seven hundred and forty-one cases were discharged cured, 
and four hundred and sixty-eight were discharged relieved ; 
making a total of twelve hundred and nine individuals restored 
to conditions where they no longer require surgical treatment. 

This number last year was six hundred and fifty-two. Four 
cases were discharged for neglect, ten incurable, six hundred and 
ninety-nine received no treatment after their first visit, thirty- 
eight died, and the remaining two thousand, seven hundred and 
seventy were continued for further treatment. (For details see 
Tables I and II.) 

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The number of visits made by patients to the Dispensary vv-as 
twenty-three thousand, four hundred and fifty-seven. Number 
of visits made by Surgeons to patients outside the Institution 
was three thousand, one hundred and sixteen, and the number 
of visits made by Nurses to patients at their homes was seven 
thousand, nine hundred and ninety-eight ; making a total of 
thirty- four thousand, five hundred and seventy-one visits. This 
shows an increase of six thousand, seven hundred and 
seventy-three visits over last year. 

The average number of visits made to the Dispensary daily 
was seventy-seven, and the average number of visits made daily 
in every department was one hundred and nineteen. (For 
details see Table No. III.) 

One thousand, eight hundred and twenty Instruments were 
made during the year in the Manufacturing Department, and 
five thousand, six hundred and thirty-two were repaired. (See 
Table No. IV.) 

CITY HOSPITAI^. The number of patients in the Hospital 
October ist, 1907, was forty-eight, and number admitted during 
the year was two-hundred and fifty-nine. Five patients died 
and two hundred and forty-nine were discharged improved, 
leaving in the Hospital October ist, 1908 fifty-three patients. 

The number of days of Hospital care of free patients was 
seventeen thousand, nine hundred and fifty-four, and for those 
paying their board two thousand, five hundred and fifty-five, 
making a total of twenty thousand, five hundred and nine days. 
We v/ere considerably hampered in the admission of patients to the 
wards during the winter and spring on account of contagious 
diseases. In the face of this fact, however, the average daily 
number of patients in the wards was fifty -six, which is a good 
showing. Three hundred and thirteen operations were performed, 
and two hundred and twenty-six patients were operated on. 
(See Tables No. V and VI.) 

For the work in the Pathological Department I refer you to 
Dr. Warren's report, showing five hundred and ninety-six 
examinations. 

Table (A) gives a record of the Institution's work for 
the past ten years. It shows the amount of work performed 
in each department, and the total running expenses of the 
Institution for eacli year. The increase in the work during 

17 



this period, amounting to a very large percentage with a 
very slight increase in expenses justifies us in expecting the 
generous support of the public. 

COUNTRY BRANCH. The number of patients in the 
Country Branch October ist, 1907 was fifty-three, and 
during the year forty-eight were admitted, and five discharged, 
leaving ninety- six September 30th, 1908. (See Table No. VII.) 

The new pavilions were opened for the reception of patients 
on July ist, 1908. 

The number of days of free care of patients was twenty 
thousand, four hundred and sixtj'-one, and the number of days 
of pay care three hundred and thirty-six ; making a total of 
twenty thousand, seven hundred and ninety-seven days. 

The superintendent has made a report dealing with the 
Institution in a more detailed way from an administrative 
standpoint. 

The statistical records of the work performed in the various 
departments of our Institution during the past year does not 
give one a complete idea of the work as it is really performed 
day by day in the relief of suffering and the cure of disease. 
That cannot be appreciated except by close daily contact with 
the work in its many departments. 

One who has such contact must, it seems to me, feel 
tremendously the necessity and practical value of the work of 
this Institution. 

It is difficult and expensive, as you know, to do an ideal work 
such as we are doing for these children here and at White 
Plains, but the money is well spent ; for, indeed, the alternative, 
namely, the neglect of the cripple is one that v/ill not be 
accepted, and until science discovers some method by which 
children may be prevented from becoming cripples, society must 
do what they can to relieve their suffering, and to make them 
morally strong and industrially efficient. 

Respectfully submitted, 

RUSSELL A. HIBBS, M. D., 

Surgeon-in-Chief. 



18 



TABLE No. I. 

Summary of New and Continued Cases received from October 1st, 1907 
to October 1st, 1908. 















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98 
65 


455 
361 


553 
426 


116 

9=1 


141 

83 


180 
197 


45 
61 


22 

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23 
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26 
16 


421 

330 


50 
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38 
"6 


14 

15 


30 


Hip- Joint Disease 


'■6 


Ankle-J oint Disease 


10 


30 


40 


2 


12 


9 




1 


5 


4 


35 





1 


1 


1 


Knee-Joint " 


as 


88 


113 


16 


17 


36 


17 


5 


12 


10 


103 


4 


2 


2 


2 


Wrist- Joint " 




5 


5 




1 


1 


1 






2 


4 








1 


Elbow-Joint " 


2 


8 


10 


2 


1 


1 


3 




1 


2 


9 


1 








Shoulder-Joint " 


1 


3 


4 












1 


2 


4 










Multipie-Joint '* 


1 


1 


2 




1 




1 








2 












'5' 


12 

5 


19 
5 






1 




3 


5 
1 


9 

1 


15 
4 


2 

1 


2 






Sacro Iliac Disease 




Lateral Curvature Spine... 


87 


242 


329 


1 


3 


45 


196 


60 


16 


8 


256 


38 


9 


4 


22 


Torticollis 


4 

3' 

39 

3'7 


8 
6^ 
158 
309 


12 

96 

197 

626 


3 

126 
19 


6 

6 

27 


3 
26 
22 

5 


38 
16 
34 


24 
2 

75 


1 

2 

180 


306 


11 

78 
167 
520 


1 

8 
15 
45 


'3 
3 

26 


■3 

2 

21 






4 


Club- Foot 


10 


Flat- Foot 


14 


Weak Ankles 


16 
61 

106 


28 
129 
174 


44 
190 
280 


15 
90 
177 


5 
68 

84 


2 
22 
13 


3 
3 
9 


2 
3 
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4 
1 
9. 


13 
3 


40 
155 
230 


1 
26 

29 


1 

4 
9 


1 

2 


1 


Knock-Knees 


g 


Bow-Legs 


5 


Infantile Paralysis 


290 


446 


736 


389 


150 


145 


39 


4 


4 


5 


550 


in 


40 


10 


35 


Other Paralyses 


72 


151 


223 


67 


53 


49 


27 


5 


3 


19 


161 


35 


14 


4 


9 


Lateral Sclerosis 


1 
22 


1 
71 


2 
93 


37 


23 


26 


5 


2 
1 


1 




2 

79 


7 


4 


2 




Congenital Disloc. 1 

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1 




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76 


2 
39 


4 
115 


7 


7 


io 


2 
12 


1 
25 


20 


1 

34 


4 
95 


io 


'4 


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Traumatic Joint Affections 


3 


Fracture Deformities 


54 


81 


85 


8 


5 


9 


f^ 


10 


15 


31 


60 


9 


7 


7 


2 


Traumatic Dislocations. . . 


10 


2 


12 




2 




2 


1 


2 


5 


8 


3 


1 






Rheumatoid Jt. i^ffections. 


26 


13 


39 






2 




4 


13 


2(' 


30 


5 


2 


1 


1 


Internal Derang-em't Knee 


6 


14 


20 


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2 


2 


8 


8 


15 


2 


2 


1 




Conari'nital D°fect and 1 
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7 


15 


22 


10 


5 


3 


4 








18 


2 


2 




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Osteitis 


24 


24 


48 




6 


4 


8 


8 


10 


12 


34 


8 


4 




2 


E xost'^'ses 


1 

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22 


1 

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24 


2 
9 
46 


19 


'4 
4 


".3 


1 
2 
4 


1 
3 

8 


"6 


'2 


■7 
32 


2 
2 

7 


'i 


'5 




Bursitis 




Rachitic Deformities 


1 


Deformiiips of the Toes 


29 


10 


39 




7 


8 


6 


4 


7 


7 


23 


11 


3 


2 




Hemophiliac Joint 




2 


2 










2 






2 










Delayed Development 


17 


15 


32 


17 


11 


a 


2 








30 


2 










191 


59 


250 


63 


14 


28 


20 


16 


34 


75 


154 


32 


22 


20 


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Totals 


1726 


3C04 


4730 


1209 


753 


852 


573 


328 


391 


624 


3688 


490 


230 


127 


195 







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TABLE No. II. 
Showing Results of Treatment. 



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Hip- Joint Disease, 


553 

426 

40 

113 

5 

10 

4 

2 

19 

5 

339 

12 

96 

197 

626 

44 

190 

280 

736 

2&3 

2 

93 

4 

115 

85 

12 

39 

20 

23 

48 
2 
9 

46 

39 
2 

32 
250 


35 
36 
2 
10 
2 
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24 

2 

29 

26 

261 

23 

47 

79 

4 

4 

2 

44 
18 
2 
4 
4 

7 
1 
4 
14 
14 

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74 

40 

3 

9 

'4 

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27 

30 

2 

18 

8 

80 

36 

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12 

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6 

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25 
25 

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26 

3 
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11 
77 
6 
25 
55 
95 
61 

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14 

23 
3 

24 
2 

3 

7 

'2 

6 
12 

■7 
169 


9 
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2 

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406 
317 


Ankle- Joiut Disease 


34 


Knee-Joint Disease 

Wrist-Joint Disease 


87 
2 


Elbow- Joint Disease 


4 


Shoulder-Joint Disease 


2 


Multiple-Joint Disease , 

Tarsal Disease 


1 
9 




3 


Lateral Curvature Spine 


223 


Torticollis 

Round Shoulders 


7 
55 


Club- Foot 


131 


Flat- Foot 


256 


Weak Anklej 


13 
99 




136 




555 


Other Paralyses 


119 


Lateral Sclerosis 


1 




82 






Traumatic Joint Affections 


44 


Fracture Deformities 


32 




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Rheumatoid Joint Affections 


6 


Internal Derangement Knee 


8 


Congenital Defect and \ 

Absence of Bones j 

Osteitis 

Exostoses 

Bursitis 


17 

23 

1 

1 

23 


Deformities of the Toes 


9 


Hemophiliac Joint 


1 


Delayed Development 


13 


Miscellaneous 


46 






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4,730 


741 


468 


4 


10 


699 


38 


2,770 






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18 


10 
2 
6 


1 
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6 

8 
4 


10 

15 

2 


28 
16 
13 


20 
1 

24 


2 
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98 
53 
51 


211 
108 
122 


479 


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367 


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17 


8 


8 


6 


4 


25 


20 


2 


55 


140 


452 


February 


16 


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6 




14 


19 


3 


60 


120 


895 


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13 

18 
16 
20 
21 
15 


9 

4 
6 
6 
3 

7 


6 

4 
4 
8 
5 
2 


8 

6 

8 

10 

14 

12 


7 

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10 

6 
14 

2 


11 
17 
10 
16 
13 
10 


18 
23 
21 
25 
18 
5 


2 
2 
2 
2 

1 


95 

104 

100 

106 

80 

78 


169 

181 
177 
194 
168 
132 


522 


April 


555 


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508 


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July 


501 


August 


415 


September 


7 


5 


1 


4 


4 


10 


7 


2 


57 


98 


455 






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68 


31 


92 


77 


183 


201 


31 


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CongeDital Hip 

Congenital Club-Foot 

Deformity of Thigh 

Deformity of I.eg 

Osteoclasis of Tibiae 

Pathological Dislocation Hip. 
Osteoclasis Femurs 

Open Operations. 



Abscesses Opened 

Arthrodesis, Ankle 

Arthrodesis, Knee 

Astragalectomies 

Congenital Dislocation of Hip. 

Osteotom.v, Tibiae 

Osteotomy, Femur 

Tendon Lengthening, ) 

Tendo Achilles \" 

Tendon Shortening, | 

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Tarsectomies 

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Vaeinal Femurs ( 

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Arthrotoray Knee, Dis. Patella 
Arthrotomy Knee,T B Synovitis 

Tenotomy 

Incision Path. Dis. Hip. 



Totals . 



No. of Patients Operated on 



24 



15 



16 



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20 12 



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HOSPITAL REPORT OF THE COUNTRY BRANCH. 
From October 1st, 1907, to September 30th, 1908. 





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Hip-Joint Disease 46 

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Infantile Paralysis 4 

Unclassified Deformities 1 



Number of days free care, 20,461 
" " pay " 336 



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to October 1st, 1908: 

I. Blood Examinations : 

A. Haemoglobin Estimation 26 

B. Erythrocyte Count 28 

C. Leucocyte Count 34 

D. Differential lieucocy te Count 40 

Total Separate Blood Examinations 43 

II. Bacteriological Examinations : 

A. And Cytological. 

1) Cerebro-Spinal Fluid 8 

B. Tuberculous and other Exhudates 22 

30 

C. Smears. 

1) Vaginal 2 

2) Throat with Cultures 3 

5 

in. Determination op Opsonic Index : 

A. Tubercle Bacillus 86 

B. Other Bacteria 34 

120 

IV. Urine Examinations (Junior House Surgeon) 180 

V. Miscellaneous 9 

VI. Preparation of Vaccines — 9 

VII. Therapeutic Inoculation by House Surgeon : 

1) Tuberculin 128 

2) Bacterial Vaccines 72 

Total 596 



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29 



SUBSCRIPTIONS TO THE ENDOWMENT FUND. 



James K. Gracie $5,ooo oo 

J. Pierpont Morgan 2 500 00 

D. Willis James 350 00 

Board of Supervisors 2,500 00 

Mrs. R. Fulton Cutting. . .1,600 00 

Mrs. C. P. Huntington 1,500 00 

Miss Amy Phipps 5.000 00 

Henry Phipps 7,000 00 

Douglas Robinson 750 00 

Miss Spence's School Society . 10 00 

Mrs. Marion Story 4.500 00 

"A Friend" through Mrs. 

Story 200 00 

Mrs. F. F. Thompson 1,000 00 

Charles B. Alexander 100 00 

Mrs. C. B. Alexander 25,250 00 

Boys' Guild 775 00 

Mrs. M. Dwight Collier 100 00 

Wm. E. Dodge 1,000 00 

Mrs. Howland 150 00 

Morris K. Jesup 500 00 

Augustus D. Juilliard 500 00 

D. O. Mills 500 00 

Mrs. J. Archibald Murray 75 00 

Mrs. Whitelaw Reid 100 00 

Mrs. Douglas Robinson Jr. 1,350 00 
Mrs. William D. Sloane. . .2,450 00 

David Willcox 450 00 

Albert Willcox 100 00 

Miss Kennedy 200 00 

Henry T. Sloane 250 00 

Miss Helen R. Roosevelt — 250 00 

Mrs. Jos. M. White 1,000 00 

"Anonymous" (through Mr. 

Munn) 100 00 

Total Receipts to December 31, 1908. 



"A Friend " 100 00 

Bedell & Co i 00 

Mrs. Charles de Rham, Jr. . . 100 00 

Junior Guild 850 00 

Mrs. S. V. Harkness and 

E. S. Harkness 1,000 00 

McGibbon & Co 25 co 

V. J. Caso & Bros 20 00 

T. O. Smiths Sons 30 00 

" Nemo" 15 00 

Mrs. Edward A. Smith. . . . 1,100 00 
Miss Emily A. Watson. . . .3,000 00 

R. Fulton Cutting 10,000 00 

George Crocker 5, 000 00 

James K. Gracie, (Estate). 25, 000 00 

Hugh D. Auchincloss 250 00 

J. D. Bartholomew 25 00 

Mrs. Simon Borg 1,000 00 

Ambrose K. Ely 1,000 00 

Endowment Guild 1,860 03 

Mrs. Leslie Morgan's School 

for Girls 18 00 

Mrs. Geo. W. Forsyth 250 00 

Miss E. S. Hamilton 1,000 00 

Miss Caroline de Forest 100 00 

Mrs. Fred. W. Vanderbilt. 1,000 00 

H. J. Duveen 500 00 

Charles T. Barney S.ooo 00 

"A Friend" through Mrs. 

Douglas Robinson 500 00 

Mrs. Russell Sage 2,500 00 

Legacy of Zela Gibbes 25,000 00 

Legacy of James Henry 

Smith 100,000 00 



$253,256 03 



30 



SUBSCRIPTIONS. 

From October ist, 1907, to September ist, 1908. 



Benj. W. Abert $ 500 

Fritz Achelis 25 00 

Mrs. Edward D. Adams... . 10 00 

Nathan Adelsdorfer. ... 5 00 

Bernard G. Amend 5 00 

E. Asiel 25 00 

Mrs. John E. Alexandre. . . 5 00 

Mrs. R. T. Auchmuty 50 00 

Mrs. W. P. Aldrich 5 00 

Anonymous 10 00 

Mrs. James H, Aldrich .... 5 00 

Mrs. H. D. Auchincloss . . . . 10 00 

Mrs. James H. Aldrich 5 00 

Mrs. H. M. Alexander 10 00 

Mrs. John T. Atterbury... . 10 co 

Mrs. James A. Burden 10 00 

Mrs. James A. Burden, 

Free Bed 250 00 

A. E. Bechstein 25 00 

T. B. Bleecker 10 00 

Temple Bowdoin 25 00 

Mrs. Albert Blum 5 00 

Mrs. Henry I. Barbey 25 00 

Dr. Pearce Bailey 25 00 

Frederick Billings 20 00 

John H. Bloodgood 15 00 

Miss Stewart Brown 5 00 

Mrs. Robert Ballentine. ... 50 00 

John Crosby Brown 10 00 

Mrs. C. H. Berryman 10 00 

Eugene S. Benjamin 10 co 

Mrs. DeWitt C. Blair 25 00 

Henry Bodenheimer 5 00 

J. P. Baumann 10 00 

Herman Brand 5 00 

H, W. Benjamin 5 00 

F. O. Boyd & Co 2 00 

Mrs. Robert S. Brewster. . . 50 00 

Mrs, George Blagden 25 00 

Robert S. Brewster 100 00 



E. P. Bramwell $ 10 00 

Louis V. Bright 10 00 

Mrs. Thomas Blagden 5 00 

Mrs. Edwin M. Bulkley 50 co 

Miss Amy Frederica Blume 3 co 
Mrs. Thatcher M. Brown. . 10 co 

Mrs. M. Dwight Collier. ... 20 00 
Mrs. R. Fulton Cutting 

Free Bed 250 00 

Mrs. Geo. C. Clausen 10 00 

Mrs. Emil Caiman 5 co 

Wm. Colgate 25 co 

Mrs. Chas. H, Coster 10 co 

Mrs. Paul D. Cravath 10 co 

Catharine G. Clarkson 20 co 

Mrs. Andrew Carnegie 500 00 

Mrs. Julian Clark, Free Bed 250 00 
Mrs. W. Bayard Cutting... 100 co 

Mrs. Henry A. Coster 10 00 

Children's, Fund, Free Bed, 
in memory of Mrs. James 

K. Gracie 250 co 

Adolph Cohen 5 co 

George Crocker, Free Bed . 250 co 

Wm. P. Clyde 250 co 

Joseph H. Cohen 10 co 

B. Ogden Chisolm 10 00 

Chas. de Rham, Jr 25 00 

Mrs, Chas. de Rham, Jr 25 co 

Henry W. de Forest 10 00 

B. F. DeKlyn 10 00 

Mrs, Warren Delano, Jr,.. . 25 00 

Jacques Delmonte 10 00 

H. Casimir de Rham 25 00 

Mrs. Henry F, Dimock 25 co 

Cleveland H. Dodge 100 co 

Miss Anna G, Du Bois 5 00 

Mark Davis 5 00 

Mrs, Jane Hunt de Boer 2 00 



31 



Mrs. A. M. Dodge $ 25 00 

Miss Caroline cle Forest. . . . 10 00 

F. W. Devoe 40 co 

Edward J. de Coppet 10 00 

Mrs. Geo. E. Dodge 10 00 

M. h. Delafield 5 00 

Henry Dormitzer 10 00 

Mrs. David Dows 50 00 

Miss L. F. Dudley 5 00 

Darcy Lodge, No. 187, F. & 

A. M 5 00 

F. W. Dorman 25 00 

Mrs. Charles Duggin 10 00 

Mrs. J. B. Duer 10 00 

Mrs. Wm. E. Dodge, Jr. . . . 50 00 

Mrs. Wm. P. Douglass 10 00 

James May Duane 25 00 

Miss Fannie Dudley 10 00 

Eugene Delano 250 00 

R. J. Eidlitz 20 00 

Mrs. Lizzie Eder 5 co 

Mrs. W. D. Edmonds 10 00 

I. D. Einstein 10 00 

Chas. W. Erskine 5 00 

Mrs. Newbold Edgar 10 00 

George Ehret 10 00 

Mrs. David L. Einstein .... 25 00 

Ad. Englen 5 00 

R. Erbsloh 10 00 

Geo. L. Elliott 10 00 

Abraham Erlanger 5 00 

Ralph Ellis 12 co 

H. C. Fahnestock 10 00 

Mrs. Louis Fleishman 10 co 

Mrs. C. S, Fairchild 10 00 

Miss Furniss 10 00 

Miss C. Furniss 10 00 

Miss Frelinghuysen 100 00 

W. C. Floyd-Jones, One- 
Half Free Bed 125 00 

Mrs. Wm. B. Osgood Field. 100 00 

Robert H. M. Ferguson. . . . 10 00 

Emil Frenkel 5 00 

Mrs. Harris Fahnestock... . 25 00 

Giraud Foster 15 00 

Harry Fischel 5 00 

Mrs. Francis B. Griffin .... 50 00 

Junior Guild, Free Bed .... 250 00 



A. Goodman | 5 00 

Boys' Guild, Free Bed 250 co 

E. V. Gambler 5 00 

Grace Church 15 00 

I. Goldman 5 co 

Mrs. W. S. Gurnee 10 00 

Miss Gertrude Rene6 

Gugc^enbeim 25 00 

S. A. Guiterman 10 00 

Augustus C. Gurnee 50 00 

Mrs. Frank S. Gerrish 10 00 

Orthopaedic Guild, Three 

Free Beds 750 00 

L. Heller & Son 3 00 

Max G. Hopf 5 00 

Mrs. Harold F. Haddea.. . . 10 00 

Heller, Hirsch & Co 2 co 

Mrs. Esther Herrman 10 00 

F. Burrall Hoffman 10 00 

Mrs. Richard M. Hoe 15 00 

Mrs. Alice R. Hesslein 5 00 

Joseph L. Herzog 10 00 

Henry Heide 10 00 

Charles Hathaway 25 00 

Catharine S. and L. Gordon 

Hammersley 20 00 

Mrs. E. S. Harkness 50 00 

J. Montgomer}' Hare 10 00 

Mrs. John H. Hammond. . . 25 00 

Mrs. Wm. P. Hamilton ... 25 00 

John S. Huyler 10 00 

Miss E. S. Hamilton 10 00 

Miss E. S. Hamilton, Free 

Bed 250 00 

Mrs. Henry B. Hyde, Free 

Bed 250 CO 

Mrs. Moses Hopkins 10 00 

Mrs. E. H. Harriman 25 00 

Mrs. James B. Haggin 25 00 

M. Heilman 10 00 

Mrs. Chas. W. Harkness. . . 100 00 

Mrs. J. Smith Hadden 10 co 

Independent Warschauer 

Sick Society 5 00 

I. Isaac 5 00 

Bendet Isaacs 5 00 

Mr. & Mrs. W. E. Iselin. . . 10 00 



32 



Dwight A. Jones $ lo oo 

A. B. Jenkins 25 oo 

Augustus D. Juilliard, Free 

Bed 250 00 

Frederic A. Juilliard 100 00 

Mrs. Blizabeth H. Jacques. 10 00 

Mrs. W. B. James 25 00 

Mrs. Morris K. Jesup 10 00 

Mrs. Oliver Livingston Jones 10 00 

Mrs. Walter Jennings 10 00 

Mrs. W. M. Kitigsland 10 00 

Mrs. John S. Kennedy 10 00 

Mrs. John Innes Kane 10 00 

Ad. Keppelman 5 00 

Samuel Kraus jo 00 

Mrs. J. Kaufman 3 00 

Miss Alice Keteltas 10 00 

Charles M. Koplik 5 00 

Theo. A. Kohn 5 00 

Clarence H. Kelsey 25 00 

James Klaber 10 00 

John S. Kennedy 100 00 

Leo., Edward and Joseph 

Kohnstamm 15 00 

Louis Kaufman 5 00 

Miss Adele Kneeland 10 00 

Mrs. ]R. E. Livingston 20 00 

Wm. C. Lobenstine 20 00 

Mrs. James S. Leavitt, Free 

Bed , 250 00 

W. G. Langdon 10 00 

Mrs. Lowell Lincoln 5 00 

Adolph Lewisohn 10 00 

Aug. V. Lambert 5 00 

J. Langeloth 10 oo 

Samuel H. Levy 5 00 

David Lippman 10 00 

James Loeb 100 00 

E. L. Ludlow 10 00 

Richard Limburg 50 00 

Neuman London 10 00 

Herman Loewenstein 25 00 

Mrs. Goodhue Livingston. . 100 00 

Sigmund Langsdorf i 00 

J. Leon Lascoff 2 00 

Lewis A. London 5 00 

Seth Low 25 00 

Julius Liebman 15 00 



Mr. and Mrs. Stanley 

Mortimer, Free Bed $250 00 

D. O. Mills 250 00 

E. Menline 10 00 

Mrs. J. Murray Mitchell ... 10 00 

C. G. McCurdy 5 00 

Mrs. John W. Mackay 250 00 

Frank W. May 10 00 

Mrs. R. S. Minturn, 

One fifth Free Bed 50 00 

Malcolm MacMartin 10 00 

Geo. L. McAlpin 10 00 

Rev. Haslett McKim 10 00 

Dr. H. P. Mendes 2 00 

Wm. F. Mott 2500 

Victor Morawetz 100 00 

McGibbon & Co 2500 

Mrs. S. S. Marie 500 

Mrs. Annie O. Mitchell .... 50 00 

Mrs. E. D. Morgan 25 00 

J. Morningstar 10 00 

A. H. Meyer 10 00 

Mrs. John W. Minturn 10 00 

Wm. V. Martin 5 00 

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Barclay 

Moffett 10 00 

Mrs. Henry W, Munroe 10 00 

Mrs. J. Pierpont Morgan. . . 10 00 

Mrs. C. McW. B. Noyes. . . 30 co 

Mrs. Gordon Norrie 5 00 

Orthopaedic Hospital 

Sewing Society, Free Bed 250 00 

Miss Mary F. Ogden 10 00 

Mrs. G. H. Outerbridge. ... 5 00 

George M. Olcott 25 00 

Mrs. Wm. Church Osborne. 10 00 

Miss E. A. Osgood 5 00 

Mrs. Emerson Opdycke 5 00 

Mrs. Chas. W. Ogden 10 00 

Simon Oppenheimer 10 00 

Max Ottinger 5 00 

Simon E. Osserman 5 00 

Grace Howard Potter, 

One-fifth Free Bed 50 00 

Mrs. Henry Parish, Jr 10 00 

Mrs. A. M. E. Peters 10 00 

Mrs. C. E. H. Phillips 5 00 



33 



Mrs, Frederick Pearson... .$ 25 00 

Mrs. Francis U. Paris 10 00 

John R. Planten 10 00 

Albert Plant 10 00 

Miss Mary R. Prime 10 00 

Mrs. Chas. A. Peabody 5 00 

Rev. Alfred Duane Pell 10 00 

Herbert C. Pell 10 00 

Mrs. Whitelaw Reid, Free 

Bed 250 00 

M. Rosenshine 10 00 

Mrs. Wm. Robison, 

One-half Free Bed 125 00 

Raisler Heating Co 5 00 

Rev. Claudius M. Roome. . 10 00 

Mrs. Jacob Rothschild 10 00 

Sidney Rosenstein 10 00 

Max Radt 10 co 

Theodore Roosevelt, 

One-third Free Bed §3 33 

S. Rosenstamm 10 00 

Miss Emily Redmond 25 00 

Mrs. H. A. Robbins 5 00 

Solomon G. Rosenbaum. . . 10 00 

Miss M. S. Remsen 5 co 

Mrs. Douglas Robinson 

One-third Free Bed 83 34 

William Robison 10 00 

Mrs. William Robison 10 00 

Mrs. Chas. E. Sherman .... 10 00 

Mrs. Edward A. Smith .... 50 00 

Mrs. J. Hopkins Smith 10 00 

Mrs. Alfred Seton . . . , 10 00 

Mrs. W. D. Sloane 100 00 

Mrs. Walter L. Suydam... . 10 00 

Mrs. Eliot F. Shepard 100 00 

Edward Sachs 5 00 

Mrs. Edward C. Sampson.. 25 00 

Mortimer L,. SchifT 25 00 

Rev. Iv. Henry Schwab .... 2 00 

Miss Edith Scoville 25 00 

Miss Mary Frances Scoville 2500 

Mrs. Theo. Seligman 10 00 

Frederick Strauss 25 00 

Charles Strauss 10 00 

Mrs. Henry Siegel 10 00 

Mrs. M. H. Story ico 00 

Chas. M. Schott, Jr 10 00 

Benj. Stem 25 00 

Miss Mary Hall Sayre 5 00 

l/ouis S. Stroock 10 00 

Mr, & Mrs. H. L. Satterlee 50 00 

Wm. R. Stewart 10 00 

Mrs. E. M. Stevens 10 00 

Chas. A. Sherman 25 00 

Alfred L. Simon & Co 10 00 

Edward Strasser 5 00 

Jacob H. Schiff 100 00 



Wm. Shillaber $ 25 00 

William D. Sloane 100 00 

Wm. Alex Smith 10 00 

Edward B. Sexton 10 00 

Mrs. Edwin B. Sheldon 5 00 

Henry F. Schwarz 10 00 

James Rufus Smith 10 00 

Mrs. James Speyer 10 00 

A. Strykower 2 00 

Mrs. Winfield Scott 5 00 

Mrs, B. Strauss 5 00 

Mrs. Almira P. Smith 5 00 

Byron L. Strasburger 10 co 

Edward Sallinger 10 00 

Andy T. Scharps 5 00 

Mr, & Mrs. R. Turnbull ... 5 00 

Mrs. H. McK. Twombly. . . 100 00 

Mrs. Wm. H. Tailer 10 00 

'Alfred Tuckerman 10 00 

Mrs. W. H. Tillinghast. ... 10 00 

W. V. S. Thorne 10 00 

Mrs. Aug. Clifford Tower. . 5 00 

Mrs. E. A. Thouron 5 co 

Mrs. Wm. W. Tompkins. . . 25 00 

Winfield Tucker 5 00 

Tiffany & Co 25 00 

Mrs. Edward N. Tailer. ... 10 00 

C. S. Untermeyer 5 00 

Sigmund UUman 5 00 

Mrs. Vanderbilt 100 00 

H. C. Von Post 25 00 

A. Voltter 5 00 

B. Veit 5 00 

Z. Van Raalte 10 00 

Mrs. Gilbert S. Van Pelt. . . 10 00 

Mrs. J. Hobart Warren. ... 50 00 

William Wicke 20 00 

Mrs. Anna Woerishoffer. . . 100 00 

Mrs. Lewis S. Wolff 10 00 

Mrs. G. G. Wheelock 5 00 

Mrs. Wm. G. Willcox 5 00 

Howard Willetts 50 00 

Bronson Winthrop 100 00 

Mrs, Henry S, Wilson 10 co 

Mrs. H. B. Witte 500 

Mrs. F. S, Witherbee 10 00 

Wm. T. Ward well 10 00 

General S. L. Woodford. . . 10 00 

Mrs. Geo. Cabot Ward 10 00 

Nathaniel Whitman 100 00 

Miss Mary W. White 25 00 

Mrs. W. Seward Webb. , , . 100 00 

Miss Caroline White 20 00 

Miss E. C. Whitney 10 00 

Miss E, C, Whitney, Free 

Bed 250 00 



34 



DONATIONS. 

From October i, 1907, to September 30, 1908. 



Samuel P. Avery $ 10 00 

I/. E. Berger 25 00 

Mrs. Albert Blum 10 00 

Atherton Blight 5 00 

Theo. A. Bingham 15 00 

Mrs. Herbert Barry 5 00 

Mrs. Cephas Brainerd 5 00 

Mrs. Wm. B. Bristow 5 00 

Mrs. R. Fulton Cutting. . . . 1000 00 

Mrs. Everett Colby 20 00 

Mrs. W. H. Crocker 100 00 

Mrs. Wm. Perkins Draper. 10 00 

Miss Anna G. DuBois 10 00 

Miss Davenport 5 00 

Violetta D. Delafield 5 00 

Edward J. de Coppet 25 00 

E. T. Dyer 10 00 

Alex W. Eraser 5 00 

Edward H. Floy d- Jones. . . 25 oo 
Max Frankenheim 5 00 

Meyer Goldberg 3 00 

Grace Church 20 00 

August Heckscher 500 00 

Thomas H. Hastings 5 oo 

Charles I. Henry 10 00 

Mrs. Esther Herrman 10 00 

Hospital Saturday and 
Sunday Association 2556 50 

Mrs. Ida Ikelheimer 5 00 

Mrs. Augustus D, Juilliard . 1000 00 

E. Jacobson 10 00 

H. Jacob & Sons 2 00 

Roland S. Kursheedt 10 00 



R. Iv. Lester <j5 200 

Abe Lewengood 10 00 

Leo Mcllvaine Luquer 10 00 

Mite Box 1858 

E. L. Meyers 5 00 

M. A. Myers 5 00 

Neugass Bros 5 00 

Mrs. S. Oppenheimer 5 00 

Henry Phipps .... 1000 00 

Julian W. Robbins 5 00 

Louis Ritter 5 00 

Mrs. Wm. E. Strong, part 
proceeds of a Fair for 
children's pleasure on 

Christmas 200 00 

Wm. H. Sayre, Jr 10 00 

Henry T. Sloane 100 00 

Edward Sachs 5 00 

Benson Bennett Sloan ..... 10 00 

J. Egmont Schermerhorn . , 25 00 

Fred. T. Steinway 5 00 

Mrs. E. M. Stevens 100 00 

Julius Saul 5 00 

Mrs. Simon Schafer 5 00 

Mrs. Beatrice Schavrien 5 00 

Adolph Schmeidler i 00 

Gertrude S. Thomas 10 00 

Miss Helen Tweed 10 00 

Wm. J. Taylor 10 00 

Geo. B. Vanderpool 10 00 

Miss Emily M. Wheeler.. . . 5 00 

Mrs. Frances E. Wales. ... 10 00 

Mrs. Geo. Henry Warren . . 25 00 

Evert Jansen Wendell 50 00 



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DONATIONS FOR SPECIAIv PURPOSES. 

From October i, 1907, to September 30, 1908. 

Park Drives : 

Orthopaedic Guild $ 25.00 

Orthopaedic Sewing Society 25 . 00 

Fund for Braces : 

Orthopaedic Sewing Society 150 . 00 

Special Clinic for Lateral Curvature : 

Miss Helen Knight 10. 00 

A Friend through Dr. R. A. Hibbs 300 . 00 

Potato Fund : 

Boys' Guild 25.00 

Junior Guild 100.00 

Ice Cream and Cake Fund : 

Mrs. W. D. Sloane 50. 00 

Orthopaedic Guild 12 . 50 

Orthopaedic Sewing Society 12.50 

Junior Guild 20 . 00 

Fruit Fund : 

Ethical Culture School 5 . 25 

Miss Helen Tweed 10.00 

Mrs. \V. D. Sloane 50.00 

Miss E. S. Hamilton ro.oo 

Boys' Guild 25.00 

Mrs. J. Hobart Warren 8 . 40 

Orthopaedic Guild 12 . 50 

Orthopaedic Sewing Society 12 . 50 

Mrs. Charles de Rham 5 . co 

Junior Guild 20.00 

Mrs. Henry S. Wilson 10 . 00 

Miss Whitney 5 . 00 

Miss Frelinghuysen 10.00 

Sirs. M. Dwight Collier 5 . 00 

Miss M. S. Duryee 10.00 

Special Nurses Salary Fund : 

Mrs. Marion Story 700 . 00 

Mrs. W. D. Sloane 700.00 

Mrs. Whitelaw Reid 700 . 00 

Mrs. F. W. Vanderbilt 700.00 

Special Massage Fund : 

Miss Caroline White 700 . co 

Special GA-mnasium Fund ; 

Hugh J. Chisholm 700 . 00 

SCHOOL FUND. 

From October i, 1907, to September 30, 190S. 

DEBIT. 

Mrs. H. McK. Twombly $50.00 

Mrs. W. D. Sloane 5° • 00 

Miss Julia L,. Delafield 5 ■ 00 

Mrs. Howland 20 . 00 

F. Lawrence Lee 10.00 

Mrs. Andrew Carnegie 50.00 

Miss E. S. Hamilton 10.00 

September 30, 1908, Balance overdrawn 394 . 23 589 . 23 

CREDIT. 

October i, 1908, Balance overdrawn $189.23 

Teachers Salary, 8 months 400.00 589.23 

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HA YING 




CAMPING 



YEARLY BEDS. 

ENDOWED DURING 1908. 

1878. Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt's children, In Memory of "Their 
Mother," by Theodore Roosevelt, Mrs. W. S. Cowles, 
Mrs. Douglas Robinson. 

1881. By Miss E. C. Whitney. 

1886. By Mrs. James A. Burden. 

1890. By Mrs. Charles B. Alexander. 

1891. By Mrs. James T. Leavitt. 

1 89 1. By Mrs. R. Fulton Cutting. 

1894. By Mrs. Charles B. Alexander. 

1894. Bj^ Children's Fund, In Memory of Mrs. James K. Gracie. 

1895. By Orthopaedic Guild, In Memory of Ella F. J. Carpender. 

1896. By Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Mortimer, In Memory of Anna Hall 

Roosevelt. 

1896, By Orthopaedic Hospital Sewing Society. 

1897. By Orthopsedic Guild. 
1897. By Orthopaedic Guild. 

1899. By Mrs. J. Kennedy Tod, Mrs. Clarence Cary, Mrs. Robert 
S. Minturn, Miss Grace Howard Potter and Ash ton 
Howard Potter, In Memory of their father and mother, 
Howard Potter and his wife. 

1899. By Mrs. William Robison and William Chauncey Floyd-Jones, 

In Memory of Caroline A. and William Floyd-Jones. 

1900. By Mrs George Jay Gould. 

1900. By Junior Orthopaedic Guild. 

1901. By Mrs. S. Barton French's children. In Memory of their aunt 

and uncle, Clarice and Flewitt Fearn. 
1901. By Mrs. Henry B. Hyde, In Memory of Henry B. Hyde, Jr. 

1901. By Mrs. Whitelaw Reid, " Church of the Incarnation Bed." 

1902. By Miss E. S. Hamilton, In Memory of J. Augustus and 

Mary W. Hamilton. 
1904. By the Boys' Guild. 

1904. By A. D. Juilliard. 

1905. By Julian B. Clark. 
1905. By George Crocker. 

1908. By Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Brewster. 

ToTAi. Be;ds Endowed in 1908, 26. 
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ENDOWED BEDS. 

IN PERPETUITY. 

1883. By Miss C. B. Hicks, continued in perpetuity by Buchanan 

Winthrop. 
1886. By Mrs. Elizabeth Milbank Anderson, four beds. In Memoriam 

"J. Milbank Anderson." 
1 89 1. By Mr. Alfred Corning Clark, three beds. 

1891. By Mr. Edward Severin Clark, two beds, to be known as the 

' ' Edward Severin Clark Beds. 

1892. By Mrs. Henry R. Winthrop. 

1893. By Mrs. William D. Sloane, In Memoriam ' ' Wm. D. Sloane, Jr. ' ' 
1893. By James K. Gracie, In Memoriam "Anna Bulloch Gracie." 

1893. By Miss Sarah B. Gibbes. 

1894. By Mrs. Richard Tylden Auchmuty, two beds. In Memory of 

Richard Tylden Auchmuty. 

1894. By James H. Jones. 

1896. By Mrs. William Astor, In Memory of Helen Roosevelt. 

1896. By Mrs. Evan T. Walker, In Memory of John J. Walker. 

1897. By Mrs. William D. Sloane, two beds, one bed in Memoriam 

' ' Maria Louisa Vanderbilt, ' ' and one In Memoriam 
"Emilie Vanderbilt Burden." 

1898. By Mrs. Charles B. Alexander, named the Harriet Alexander 

bed for her daughter. 
1901. By Mrs. N. A. Baldwin, In Memory of Louise Suydam Duer. 
1901. By Mrs. Benjamin Brewster, In Memoriam Benjamin Brewster, 
1901. By Henry T. Sloane, Jesse and Emily Sloane Bed endowed by 

their father. 

1901, By Mrs. Marion Story, In Memory of M. Furman Hunt. 

1902. By James Henry Smith, two beds. In Memory of George 

Smith. 
1902. By Miss Emily A. Watson, In Memory of Mrs. Mary J. Walker. 
1904. By Miss Cornelia Prime, In Memory of her brother Temple 

Prime. 
1904. By Miss Helen Phipps. 

1904. By James K, Gracie, In Memory of Esther Gracie Ogden. 
1906. By Miss Caroline White. 
1906. By Mrs. M. Dwight Collier, In Memory of Maurice Dwight 

Collier. 
1908. By Mrs. H. N. Munn, Mrs. Augusta Munn Tilney, Orson D. 

Munn and Charles A. Munn, In Memory of Henry 

Norcross Munn. 

ToTAi, Bbds Endowed in Perpetuity, 35. 
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The sum of $5,000 endows a bed in perpetuity ; and the sum 
of $250 entitles the donor to a bed for one year. 

Form of Certificate to the Donor of an 
Endowed Bed in Perpetuity. 

This is to Certify that the New York Orthopcedic Dispensary 

and Hospital throzcgh its Trustees has received from . 

herein designated as the donor, a fund of 

Five Thousand Dollars, for the pmpose of founding and main- 
taining in accorda7ice with its corporate powers an endowed bed 
i7i its Hospital iti perpetual memory of 

The donor shall have the privilege of nominating the occupant of 
said bed bid such nomination and the use of said bed shall be 
subject to all such rules and regulations governing endowed beds, 
and providing for the treatment, reception and discharge of patients 
as now exists or which may hereafter be eyiacted by the Board of 
Trustees of said Dispensary and Hospital. 

Witness this corporate seal of the New York Orthopcsdic Dispensary and 

Hospital and the signatures of two of its officers, this day of 

one thotisand nine hundred and 



Secretary. President. 



DONATIONS TO THE HOSPITAL 

IN MATERIAL. 
From January First, 1908, to December Thirty-first, 1908. 

JANUARY. 

Six Turkeys, ...... Joiin McDermott 

Four copies January, 1908, St. Nicholas, . . Mrs Russell Sage 

Pint of Cream daily for Matron's Table, . . T. O. Smiths Sons 

Ice Cream twice a week for Matron's Table, . T. Cushmans Sons 

German Favors, ..... No Name 

Five copies of St. Nicholas and five copies of Chatterbox for 1908, 

Mrs. William D. Sloane 
Fifty Dollars for Endowment Fund, . Miss Mary Lenox Kennedy 

(Through Miss Dunlop) 
Two Baby Tenders and Infant's Chair, . . Mrs. Charles C. Dickinson 

Sewing Machine, ..... Miss Sophia Clark 

(Through Miss Marion Story) 
A Cake, ..... Mrs. Chas. B. Alexander 

White Oil Cloth for Closets off Kitchen, . . Mrs. Marion Story 

FEBRUARY. 

Four copies February St. Nicholas, . . . Mrs. Russell Sage 

A Wheel Chair, ..... Mrs. Karl Kaufman 

Had cleaned Lounge, Pillows and Morris Chair, Matron's Room, 

Mrs. Marion Story 
Twenty-five Dollars, ..... McGibbon & Co. 

(Through Miss Dunlop) 
Barrel of Potatoes, barrel of Apples, . . Mrs. Chas. E. Alexander 

Curtains for Dispensary and House, . . Mrs. Dwight Collier 

German Favors, .... Mrs. William D. Sloane 

Clothes, ....... Mrs. R. Turnbull 

Flowers, . . . . . . . Myers 

Hot Water Dish, .... Mrs. Douglas Robinson 

Dolls, . . . . ' . . Mrs. Townsend 

Fruit, . . . . . . Mrs. Irene Wilson 

MARCH. 

Baby Tender, ..... Mrs. R. A. McKim 

Clothes, Shoes, Stockings, . . . Mrs. Ferris J. Meigs 

Four copies of St. Nicholas for March, . . Mrs. Russell Sage 

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Furniture, Toilet Sets, Clock for Kitchen, 

Baby Tender, Brace, . 

Scrap Books, 

Books, . . . 



. Mrs. Marion Story- 
Mrs. Karger 
Miss Amelia Reissberg 
Mr, Henry T. Sloane 



APRIIy. 

Mrs. Georgette Dickinson, 
Worfson Bros. 
Mrs. Chas. B. Alexander 
St. Thomas Flower Mission, Mamaroneck, N. Y. 
. Miss S. C. Paisons 
Four copies St. Nicholas for April, . . . Mrs. Russell Sage 

Eight Dollars and Forty Cents for Fruit Fund, Mrs. John Hobart Warren 

(Through Miss Dunlop) 
Pair of Slippers, ..... No name 



A Brace, 

A Child's Boat, 

Ice Cream and Cake, 

Flowers, 

German Favors, . 



Picture Cards, . . Miss E. 

Easter Eggs for all the Children, 

Ice Cream and Cake, 

One dozen Crochet Slippers, 

Barrel of Potatoes, . . 

Ice Cream and Cake, 

Toys, .... 

Shoes, .... 

Flowers, 



Huntington, N. Y. Cooking School 
Mrs. S. Barton French 
Mrs. Marion Story 
Mrs. William H. Osgood 
No Dame 
Mrs. Dwight Collier 
Mrs. E. H. Outerbridge 
V. Butler 
Children of the Public School No. 4, Kreescherville, S. I. 
(Through Miss Amy B. Cocks) 



MAY. 
Four copies of St. Nicholas for May, . . . Mrs. Russell Sage 

Twenty-five Wash Cloths, thirty-five Towels, six pairs Slippers, 

The Charity Club, Ethical Culture School 
(Through Miss Stillman) 
Flowers, . . St. Thomas Flower Mission, Mamaroneck, N. Y. 

Flowers, twice weekly, 

N. Y. City Branch, National Plant, Flower and Fruit Guild 
Flowers, . . . . . . Isadore Weitzman 

Flowers, . . . ... Miss E. J. Sheahan 

Flowers, ...... Raymon Cocks 

Flowers, ..... Mamaroneck Sunday-school 

(Through W. E. Lyon, Jr., Superintendent) 
Twelve and one-half quarts of Ice Cream, ninety-five cakes, 

John W. Bowling 
Flowers, ..... Mrs. Henry Kaufman 

Books, ...... Mrs. Chappell 

Picture Cards and Dolls, . . . Miss C. Bruckman 

Flowers, ..... Miss Janetta Alexander 

Toys, ...... Mrs. Nathalie Collins 



Four copies of St. Nicholas June, 
Flowers, 



JUNE. 



Mrs. Russel Sage 
Mrs. Richard T. Wilson 



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Ten Dollars for Fruit Fund, . . . Miss Frelinghuysen 

(Through Miss Dunlop) 
Flowers, . . , . . Mr. Roland Cocks 

Flowers, . . St, Thomas Flower Mission Mamaroneck, N. Y, 

Flowers, . . . Misses Margaret and Anne Polutzeu 

Flowers, . N. Y. City Branch, National Plant, Flower and Fruit Guild 
Flowers, ..... Mrs, W. J. Matheson 

Dolls, ...... Mrs. M. R. Townsend 

Case for China, Closet off Girls' Ward, Shelf for Water Cooler 

Mrs. Dwight Collier 
Flowers, . . . . . N. Y. Flower Mission 

Ten Dollars for Endowment Fund, . . . V. J. Caso 

(Through Miss Dunlop) 
Dolls and Scrap Books, .... Mrs. S. Miller 

Barrel of Vegetables, . . . . Mrs. C. J. Gould 

Scrap Books, ..... Miss Mary G. Pinkney 

JULY. 

Hospital Children taken out for Drive once weekly. 

Cripple Children's Driving Fund 
Four copies of St. Nicholas for July, . . . Mrs. Russell Sage 

Barrel of Vegetables, 

Country Branch, N. Y. Orthopaedic Dispensary and Hospital 
Forty-six yards of Unbleached Muslin for Mattress Covers, A Friend 

(Through Miss Dunlop) 

Flowers, . . . . . W. C. T. U., Marlboro, N. Y 

(Through Mrs. Chas. A. Lockwood) 

AUGUST. 

Vegetables, ...... Mrs. Chas. de Rham 

Two barrels of Apples, .... Mrs. Paul D. Cravath 

Four copies of St. Nicholas for August, . . Mrs. Russell Sage 

Vegetables, ..... Mrs. Douglas Robinson 

Vegetables, ..... Master McAllister Lloyd 

SEPTEMBER. 

Flowers, Ten glasses of Jelly, box of Pears, 

N. Y. City Branch, National Plant, Flower and Fruit Guild 
Four copies of St. Nicholas for September, . . Mrs. Russell Sage 

Mirror for Boys' Ward, Window Screens in Wards repaired, 
Kitchen Table, Table for Help's Dining-room, also other 
Furniture ; Lounge and Pillows in Matron's Room covered, 

Mrs. Marion Story 

Barrel of Apples, box of Vegetables, . . Mrs. Douglas Robinson 

Eighteen Melons, . . . . V. J. Caso & Brothers 

Samples of Toilet and Laundry Soap, . . . Swift & Co. 

(Through M. T. W. Godfrey) 

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OCTOBER. 
Rocker for Cook's Room, . . . .A Friend 

(Through Miss Dunlop) 
Lounge for Nurses' Home, Ward-robe for Doctor's Bed-room, 

Oil Cloth for Children's Dining-room, . . Mrs. Marion Story 

Clothes, in memory of her Son Joe, .... Mrs. Stein 

Tickets for Broth and Milk for District Nurses' work when needed, 

N. Y. Diet Kitchen 
Fifteen Cauliflowers, . . . . . V. J. Caso 

Four copies of St. Nicholas for October, . . Mrs. Russell Sage 

NOVEMBER. 

One dozen bunches of Oyster Plants, . . . V.J. Caso 

Two barrels of Potatoes, two barrels of Apples, Mrs. John Hobart "Warren 
Ten Dollars for Fruit Fund, . . . . .A Friend 

(Through Miss Dunlop) 
Ward Clocks repaired, Chest of Drawers for Cook's Room, 

Mrs. Marion Story 
Fifteen Dollars for Endowment Fund, . . . F. O. Smith Sons 

(Through Miss Dunlop) 
Sixteen glasses of Jelly, ..... Mrs. Markell 

Four copies of St. Nicholas for November, . . Mrs. Russell Sage 

Under Clothes, Gowns, etc., 

N. Y. City Branch, Needlework Guild of America 
Six Turkeys, Six bunches of Celery, Six quarts of Cranberries, 

Mrs. Chas. B. Alexander 
Fruit, ...... Miss Chapen's School 

Braces and Odd Shoes, ..... Miss E. Burke 

Box of Oranges, ...... Miss Whitney 

Magazines, ...... Dr. W. B. Dunning 

Apples, Oranges, Jelly, Scrap Books, Ethical Culture School, Fourth Grade 

(Through Miss Dunlop) 

DECEMBER. 

Twenty-five Dollars for Bed Trays for Boys' Ward, Mrs. Douglas Robinson 

(Through Miss Dunlop) 
Flowers, ....... Miss McCook 

(Through N. Y, City Branch, National Plant, Fruit and Flower Guild) 
One case of Corn, one case of Tomatoes, . . Fiske & Brown 

Twelve Blouses, and twelve pairs of Trousers for Boys' Ward, 

Mrs. Henry E. Howland 
(Through Miss Dunlop) 
Books, ...... Master Herbert Pulitzer 

Barrel of Potatoes, ...... No Name 

Box of Oranges, two barrels of Potatoes, also had doors on landing 

painted, .... Mrs. John Hobart Warren 

Dolls, ..... Mrs. Henry Whitte, Miss Whitte 

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Toys and Dolls, . . . . . N. Y. Soap Works 

Gifts for Maids and Kitchen Eoy, . . . Miss de Forest 

Scrap Books, .... Sunday-school Children 

(Through Miss Thekla B. Haas) 
•Toys, . Girl's Class Congregational Sunday-school, Shelton, Conn. 

(Through Miss Elizabeth R. Packard) 
Toys, Pictures, Books and Dolls, Bible Class, Bluim Memorial Church 

(Through Miss R. Noef) 
Twenty-five Dollars for Bed Trays for Boys' Ward, Childrens Fund 

(Through Mrs. Douglas Robinson) 
Ice Cream and Cake, .... Miss Lashansley 

Cornucopias filled wiih Candy, . Mrs. Chappel and Miss Graves 

Toys and Apples, ..... Mrs. W. F. Stein 

Cake, Candy, Orange and Lemon Juice, . Mrs. Charles B. Alexander 

Dolls, Books, Picture Books, . . . The Busy Bee Club 

Games and Books, Robin Hood Club, Grade 7B, Ethical Culture School 

Thirty pounds of Tea, . . . Frederick Kernochan, Esq. 

Presents for all the Children and Books for Nurses, Mrs. Wm. D. Sloane 
Toys and Games, .... Wilina and Robert Kahler 

Books and Dolls, ..... Mrs. James A. Burden 

Christmas Tree, present for each Plospital Child and twenty-five 

Dispensary Children, .... Miss Whitney 

Box of Crackers, ... . Mr, George Gibson McMurty 

Six Turkeys, ...... John McDermott, 

Books, .... Mr. Alfred Coster Schermerhorn 

Paper Dolls, ..... The Misses Pollitzer 

Toys, ....... Hotel Savoy 

Twelve numbers of St. Nicholas for 190S, . Century Publishing Co. 



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COMMITTEES 

OF THE 



Country Brancb anb Uubuetrial ScbooL 



Committee from the Board of Trustees. 

WM. ADAMS DELANO, HENRY T. SLOANE, 

ROBERT S. BREWSTER, CHAS. A. MUNN. 

Committee from Board of Supervisors. 
Mrs. CHARLES B. ALEXANDER, Chairman. 
Miss E. S. HAMILTON, Miss E. C Whitney. 

Country Committee. 
Miss EMILY A. WATSON, Chairman. 
Mrs. RUSSELL A. HIBBS, Sec'y, Mrs. GALLOWHER, 

Mrs. R. T. WAINWRIGHT, Mrs. ARTHUR CUMNOCK, 

Mrs. FOSTER, FREDERIC H. ALLEN, 

Mrs. BROWN, EDWARD N. POTTER, 

Miss SCHMID, HOWARD WILLETS, 

Auditing Committee. 

Miss WATSON, Mrs. FOSTER. 

House Committee. 

Mrs. BROWN, Miss SCHMID, 

Mrs. FOSTER, Mrs. WAINWRIGHT, 

Mrs. GALLOWHER. 

Purchasing Committee. 

Mrs. RUSSELL A. HIBBS, Mrs. ARTHUR CUMNOCK, 

Miss WATSON. 

Christmas Committee. 

Mrs. FOSTER, Mrs. GALLOWHER, 

Miss WATSON. 

Committee on Linen. 
Miss HAMILTON, Mrs. COLLIER. 

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STAFF 

FOR J909. 

Country 3l5rancb anb Ifubuatrial Scbool 



Medical 5taff. 

Surgeon-in-Chief, 
RUSSEIyL A. HIBBS, M. D. 

Consulting Physician, Consulting Optbalmologist, 

H. ERNST SCHMID, M. D. FRANK NEWTON IRWIN, M. D. 

Resident Surgeon, Dental Surgeon, 

FRED. D. WILLIAMS, M. D. D. AUSTIN SNIFFIN, M. D. 



. House 5taff. 

Superintendent. Housekeeper, 

Miss S. P. McDONAIvD. Miss MARGUERITE SHERMAN. 

House-Mothers, 
Miss BLAKE. Mrs. SCHOTTLE. 



Teachers. 

Miss ROE. Miss HUBBARD. 

Miss O'KEEFE. Miss VEITS. 

Manual Training Instructor, 
H. S. HARRIS. 



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REPORT FROM THE COUNTRY BRANCH. 

To the T7-ustees of the New York 

Orthopaedic Dispensary and Hospital. 

Genti^emen : 

The past year in the Country Branch has been marked not 
only by the great improvement in the physical condition of the 
children, but by the increased interest which has been manifested 
by the visits of strangers, in the endeavors of the Institution, to 
benefit the crippled child not only physically, but to give it the 
educational training which will enable it to take its place among 
the workers instead of belonging to the dependant class. We 
have not solved the problem but are advancing in that direction. 

The new Pavilions are completed and add greatly to the beauty 
of the building, and the equipment in machinery will develop the 
educational feature in a most satisfactory manner. 

Much praise is due to the staff for the able manner in which 
they have brought the Institution into such good working order, 
under the inconveniences and diflQculties incidental to the adding 
on of the new Pavilions. 

We thank the many friends who have shown their interest 
in the work, by their gifts of books and other articles, and 
entertainments given for the pleasure of the children. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Emii,y a. Watson, 

Chairman. 



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To the Trustees of the New York 

Orthopoedic Dispensary and Hospital. 

Gentlemen : 

The work of the Country Branch has grown tremendously 
during the past year and many new problems are being presented 
for solution because of the increased number of children made 
possible by the completion of the two new wings which were 
opened and ready for occupancy July ist. 

With the addition of the wings having their separate cubicles 
for each child, a better standard of refined home life can be 
realized and though the capacity of the hospital has been increased 
threefold during the past few months, the groups have been kept 
small as originally and each group is under the immediate charge 
of a house mother who cares for the home life of the child. The 
daily care of the cubicle by its occupant, the care of the school 
and dining-room is an important factor in the development of 
personal responsibility and obligation in the child. 

The school numbers over one hundred children, with five 
teachers, three academic and two industrial. It has all classes, 
from the kindergarten to the second year high school, the 
majority of the children being in the early grammar grades. 
The academic work, as heretofore, is based on the New York 
State Regents curriculum, the examinations being taken in White 
Plains. During the past year, four of our students received 
certificates for the complete grammar course and are now study- 
ing stenography and typewriting, with high school, English, 
mathematics and history. 

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The new quarters offer greater facilities for progress in indus- 
trial work. The manual training department being extensively 
equipped with machinery and benches for wood work, forges for 
metal work, and the necessary requisites for cobbling. In the 
near future the Orthopaedic instrument shop will offer an 
opportunity to the boys to put into practice the principles learned 
in their general manual work. 

The sewing department offers a complete course in both hand 
and machine sewing, giving much attention to textiles, their 
manufacture and use. Many of the girls, having completed the 
preparatory courses, are now doing dressmaking. 

While we are happy in the extension of the work, the greatest 
joy is in seeing the marked improvement in the children's 
physical condition, during the past year many of them taking off 
their braces for a few hours each day, others taking them off 
entirely. The fact that some of the children are getting cured 
and finishing their academic work makes us realize that they are 
not the same sick children who came to us four and one-half 
years ago, but sturdy young men and women about to enter the 
economic field and that soon we will be confronted by the problem 
of helping each individual to find a congenial means of livelihood. 

Statira p. MacDonai^d, 

Superintendent. 



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DONATIONS TO THE COUNTRY BRANCH 

IN MATERIAL. 

From October First, 1907, to October First, 1908. 



OCTOBER, 1907. 
Flowers. ..... 

Fruit, ...... 

Vegetables, .... 

Clothing, . . . . . 

Clothing and Silk Pieces, . 

Croquet Set, . . . . . 

Plants, ..... 

NOVEMBER. 
■ Five numbers of St. Nicholas Magazine, . 
Three Dresses, . . . . . 

Coat, ..... 

DECEMBER. 
Four pairs of Blankets, 
Two Clocks, 
Christmas Presents, 
Magic Lantern, 
Magazine Pictures, 
Twelve Dolls, 
One box of Oranges^ 
Christmas Tree, 
Basket of Fruit, 
Ice Cream and Cake 

JANUARY, ic 
Grapes, ..... 

Three dozen cakes of Soap, 
Magic lyantem Entertainment, 



Mrs. Whitelaw Reid 

Mrs. N. C. Reynal 

Mrs. Whitelaw Reid 

Mrs. Marion Story 

Mrs. Bernheimer 

Mrs. Bernheimer 

Mrs. Whitelaw Reid 



Miss Watson 

Miss Watson 

Miss Talmage 

Miss Watson 

Miss Watson 

Miss Watson 

Miss Clara Bell Vreeland 

Mrs. Straley 

Mrs. C. C. Uoyd 

Samuel Hopper Co. 

Doepel Bros. 

N. Y. Fruit Market 

Mrs. Bernheimer 

Mrs. Whitelaw Reid 

Mrs. Eugene Reynal 

Mrs. Marion Story 



FEBRUARY. 
Mahogany Desk, . . . . . . Miss Watson 

Singer Sewing Machine, .... Miss Watson 

Valentines, ...... Miss Watson 

Seven dozen Pillow Slips, . . . . Miss Watson 

Subscriptions to Munsey's, McClure's and Delineator Magazines, 

Mrs. Henry Steers 
Magic lyantern Entertainment, . . . Mrs. Wm. Gallowher 

Boy's Clothing, .... Mrs. T. H. Talmage 



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APRIL. 
Plants and Vegetables, 

Eighty-four Books, .... 

Magic Lantern Entertainment, 
Plants and Bulbs, . . . . 

Vegetables, .... 

Flowers and Vegetables, 

MAY. 

Plants and Flowers, 

Twelve sets of Children's Garden Tools, 

Twelve Books, .... 

Plants and Vegetables, 

Set of Children's Home Series, 

JUNE. 
Flowers and Vegetables, . . 
Music, ..... 

One Hundred Dollars for Children's Camp, 
Fourth of July P'ire works, . 
Flowers, ..... 

Automobile Ride, .... 

JULY. 

Toys, 

Toys, ..... 

Flowers, ..... 

Magazines, ..... 
Vegetables, ..... 

Harper's and Scribner's subscriptions and Books, 



Mrs. Whitelaw Reid 

Anonymous 

Mrs. Sherman 

Mrs. Whitelaw Reid 

Mr. Harris 

Mrs. Whitelaw Reid 



Mrs. Whitelaw Reid 

Mrs. A. J. Cumnock 

Mrs. W. L. Blake 

Mrs. Whitelaw Reid 

Miss Watson 



Mrs. Whitelaw Reid 

Mrs. G. L. Buckhout 

Mr. Walter E. Maynard 

Miss Watson 

Mrs. Whitelaw Reid 

Mr. W. G. Barrett 



Mrs. Eugene Reynal 

Sunnyhill 

Mrs. Whitelaw Reid 

Mrs. R. T. Wainwright 

. Mrs. Whitelaw Reid 

Mrs. Russel A. Hibbs 



AUGUST. 



Fruit and Flowers, . 

Fruit and Flowers, 

Vegetables, 

Music, 

Three Automobile Rides, 



Mrs. Whitelaw Reid 

Mrs. Whitelaw Reid 

Mrs. Whitelaw Reid 

Miss Schmidt 

Mr. Gilbert Lyons 



SEPTEMBER. 



Peaches, 

Cartage for Punch and Judy, 

Vegetables, 

Vegetables, . 

Books and Magazines, . 

Roses, 



Mrs. S. T, Bayne, 
Samuel Hopper Co. 
Mrs. Whitelaw Reid 
Mrs. Whitelaw Reid 
First Baptist Society 
Mrs. Whitelaw Reid 



53 



SEVENTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT 



OF THE 



ORTHOPy^DIC QUILD 



OF THE 



126 East 59th Street. 



n^ITH A LIST OF MEMBERS. 



•fficers. 



President, 
Mrs. a. p. MONTANT. 

Treasurer, Secretary, 

Mrs. ALFRED WAGSTAFF. Mrs. W. S. ADAMS. 



Ipurcbastng Committee. 

Mrs. a. TOWNSEND ASHMORE, Mrs. McCOSKRY BUTT. 



•fconorars Member. 

Mrs. CHARIvES B. ALEXANDER. 



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MEMBERS 



Mrs. Warren S. Adams. Miss 

Mrs. A. T. Ashmore. Mrs. 

Mrs. George Bullock. Mrs. 

Mrs. J. Edgar Bull. Mrs. 

Mrs. McCoskry Butt. Mrs. 

Mrs. Le Grand L. Benedict. Mrs. 

Mrs. Charles L. Baylis, Mrs. 

Mrs. Wilbur A. Bloodgood. Mrs. 

Mrs. E. J. Fraser-Campbell. Miss 

Miss E. C. Coppell. Mrs. 

Mrs. Eric B. DaWgien. Mrs. 

Miss Delano. Miss 

Mrs. L. M. Del Garcia. Mrs. 

Mrs. Frederick de Peyster. Mrs. 

Mrs. William G. Fleming. Miss 

Mrs. Francis B. Griff en. Mrs. 

Mrs. William L. Greer. Mrs. 

Mrs. Edward L. Harkness. Mrs. 

Miss ha. Montagne. Mrs. 

Mrs. H. J. Luce. Mrs. 

Mrs. Murray Livingston. Miss 

Mrs. A. P. Montant. Mrs. 



S. Adelina Moller. 

C. de Rham Moore. 

Huntington Norton. 

F. A. Otis. 

Charles L. Perkins. 

John E. Roosevelt. 

Robert B. Roosevelt. 

William Robison. 

Remsen. 

Norman B. Ream. 

A. Egmont Schermerhorn. 

Cecily Sheldon. 

F. W. Stevens. 

Gerard Stuyvesant. 

Josephine C. Smith. 

H. M. Tilford. 

Joseph T. Thompson. 

J. Kennedy Todd. 

Wag'^taff. 

W. Hull Wickham. 

Edith B. Weekes. 

F. Dana Winslow. 



ASSOCIATE MEMBERS. 



Mrs. James A. Blair. Mrs. 

Mrs. James L. Barclay. Mrs. 

Mrs. Edward J. Berwind. Mrs. 

Mrs. D. Fairfax Bush. Mrs. 

Mrs. E. Livingston Burrill. Mrs. 

Mrs. F. G. Bourne. Mrs. 

Mrs. W. Callander. Miss 

Mrs. Percy Chubb. Mrs. 

Mrs. George De Witt. Miss 

Mrs. Charles D. Dickey. Miss 

Mrs. John Greenough. Mrs. 

Mrs. Henry B. Hyde. Mrs. 

Mrs. D. Heredia. Mrs. 

Mrs. Walter Jennings. Mrs. 

Mrs. E. S. Knapp. Mrs. 

Mrs. Seth Low. Mrs. 

Mrs. Charles M. Lea. Miss 

Mrs. Temple Merritt. Miss 

Mrs. W. J. Matheson. Miss 



J. J. Manning. 

Peter Moller. 

Charles G. Peters. 

H. Wilmerding Payne. 

William A. Perry. 

F. A. Rossevelt. 

Elizabeth Remsen. 

B. F. Romaine. 

Caroline P. Stokes. 

Helen Stokes. 

L. L. Stanton. 

J. Rhinelander Stevens. 

Thomas E. Satterthwaite. 

William H. Tailer. 

Edwin Thorne. 

F. W. Vanderbilt. 

Caroline White. 

M. Livingston Willard. 

Raymond L. Ward. 



56 



SEVENTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. 

Another year has passed, and again the time has come for 
presenting the Annual Report of the work accomplished by our 
Guild. 

Owing to the unfortunate circumstances of the closing of the 
Knickerbocker Trust Co. we were obliged to begin the season last 
November with an absolutely empty Treasury, and it is most 
gratifying to know that our Members showed such generous 
interest, and were so prompt in the payment of dues, and in 
sending donations, that we were not forced to curtail our usual 
work. 

We have been able to keep the Guild Ward well supplied 
with the necessary bedding and clothes, and have supported 
three beds as usual, also have contributed to the Park Drives and 
Ice Cream Fund. 

It is with deep regret that we must record the deaths of two 
of our members : Mrs. Collard, who has been one of us for 
many years, and Mrs. Kissel, a more recent member. There 
have been six resignations, but eight new members have been 
added to our list, thereby not diminishing the number. 

In closing this, our Seventeenth Annual Report, may we hope 
that the coming year will show an ever increasing interest in 
our work. 

Emii,y J. Adams, 
November 12th, 1908. Secretary. 



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DONATIONS. 

Mrs. Charles B. Alexander I50 00 

Mrs. Joseph I. Thompson 20 00 

Mrs. Temple Merritt 5 00 



CHRISTMAS OFFERING. 



Mrs. James A. Blair $25 00 

Mrs. Joseph I. Thompson ... 25 00 

Mrs. Edward S. Harkness . . 20 00 

Mrs. Francis B. Griffen 15 00 

Mrs. C. de Rham Moore. . . 10 00 

Mrs. Bullock 10 00 

Mrs, Percy Chubb 10 00 

Mrs. Wilber A. Bloodgood. . 10 00 

Mrs. Warren S. Adams 10 co 

Miss S. A. Holler 10 00 

Miss Delano 5 00 

Miss Caroline White 5 00 

Mrs. J. Edgar Bull 5 00 

Mrs James L. Barclay 5 00 



Mrs. R. B. Roosevelt $ 5 00 

Mrs. Wm, Robison 5 00 

Miss Josephine Smith 5 00 

Mrs. Chas. D. Dickey 5 00 

Mrs. H. Wilmerding Payne . 5 00 

Mrs. Wm. G. Fleming 5 00 

Mrs. Gerard Stuyvesant. ... 5 00 

Mrs. Chas. B. Alexander... . 5 00 

Mrs. Fred'k J. de Peyster. . . 5 00 

Mrs. Peter Moller 5 00 

Mrs. Le Grand Benedict. ... 5 00 

Mrs. de Heredia 5 00 

Mrs. Thos. Satterthwaite... . 3 00 

Mrs. Ramsay Turnbull 3 00 



EASTER OFFERINGS. 



Mrs. 


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$25 00 


Mrs. 


Francis B, Griffen. . . . 


15 00 


Mrs. 


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10 00 


Mrs. 


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10 CO 


Mrs. 


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10 00 


Mrs. 


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5 00 


Mrs. 


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5 00 


Mrs. 


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5 00 


Mrs. 


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Mrs. John E. Roosevelt $ 5 00 

Mrs. Rhinelander Stevens. . 5 00 

Mrs. Bay lis 5 00 

Mrs. Warren S. Adams 5 00 

Miss Caroline White 5 00 

Miss Delano 5 00 

Miss Josephine Smith 5 00 

Mrs. Temple Merritt 2 00 

Miss Sheldon i 00 



FRUIT AND ICE CREAM FUND. 

Guild $23 00 

Miss Remsen 2 00 

PARK DRIVES. 
Guild $25 00 



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MISCKIylyANEOUS DONATIONS. 

OCTOBER, 1907. 
Twelve Flannel Skirts, four Night Gowns, . Mrs. A. P. Montant 

NOVEMBER. 
Thirty-six Bibs, twenty-two Flannel Skirts, eight Screen Covers, The Guild 
Stationery, . Mrs. W. S. Adams 

Potatoes and Apples, .... Mrs. Irving Cox 

DECEMBER. 
Twenty-four Drawer Waists, . . Mrs. McCoskry Butt 

Eighteen Mattress Covers, . . Miss Delano, Mrs. Baylis, Mrs. Moore 

Flowers, ..... Miss Gladys Roosevelt 

Two barrels of Potatoes, .... Mrs. W. S. Adams 

Fifteen Spreads for Guild Ward, . Mrs, C. B. Alexander 

Fifteen Stockings for Guild Ward in memory of her daughter Helen, 

Mrs. F. Dana Winslow 
Picture Cards, .... Mrs. John E. Roosevelt 

Sixty-four Cornucopias filled with candy, . . Mrs. F. G. Bourne 

JANUARY, 1908, 
Curtains for Guild Ward, . . . . . The Guild 

FEBRUARY. 
Fifteen Spreads for Guild Ward, one barrel of Apples, one barrel 

of Potatoes, ..... Mrs. P. B. Alexander 

MARCH. 
Two barrels of Potatoes, .... Mrs. W. S. Adams 

APRIL. 
Fifteen Easter Eggs, . . . Mrs. John E. Roosevelt 

MAY. 
Easter Eggs, . . . . . Miss Florence Bourne 

Toys and Books, .... Mrs. A. C. Schermerhorn 

Three dozen pairs of Stockings, three dozen Flannel Shirts, The Guild 

JUNE. 
Eight Flannel Wrappers, . . . Mrs. Satterthwaite 

Four dozen Towels, four and one-half dozen Napkins, six Screen 

Covers, ...... The Guild 

JUI.Y. 
Thirty-six Bibs, ..... 

(Through Mrs. A. P. Montant) 

SEPTEMBER. 
Thirty-nine pairs of Drawers, twenty-four Drawer Waists, twenty-four 

Flannel Shirts, thirty Dresses, .... The Guild 

60 



THIRTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT 

OF THE 

ORTHOPJIDIC HOSPITAL SEWING SOCIETY 

OF THE 

©rtbop^Mc 2)i6pen0ar^ anb Ibospital, 

126 East 59th Street. 



WITH A LIST OF MEMBERS. 



tflccve. 



President, 
Mrs. WAI^TER Iv. SUYDAM. 

Secretary, Treasurer, 

Mrs. FRED'K a. HAIGHT. Miss MARGARET S. REMSEN. 



Xlnen Committee. 

Mrs. ARTHUR MASON JONES, Chairman. 



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ACTIVE MEMBERS. 

Annual Dues, $5.00. 



Mrs. John E. Alexandre. 
Mrs. William Alexander. 
Mrs. James L. Barclay. 
Mrs. McCoskry Butt. 
Mrs. Chas. A. Childs. 
Mrs. Samuel Clark. 
Mrs. Clias. C. Dickinson. 
Mrs. John B. Duer. 
Mrs. J. E. S. Hadden. 
Mrs. C. I. Hudson. 
Mrs. J. E. G. Higgins. 
Mrs. William D. Hatch. 
Mrs. Chas. B. Hillhouse. 
Mrs. Henry E. Howland. 
Mrs. Oliver G. Jennings. 
Mrs. Morris K. Jesup. 
Miss Margaret Jackson. 
Mrs. Geo. W. Kidd. 
Mrs. Harry Kingsley. 
Mrs. Gouveneur Kortright. 
Mrs. Edward S. Knapp. 
Mrs. Harry K. Knapp. 
Mrs. H. Sellers McKee. 
Mrs. Robert A. McKim. 
Mrs. Ward McAllister. 



Miss Ward McAllister. 
Miss A. W. Martin. 
Miss Kate Norwood. 
Mrs. Frederick Neilson. 
Miss Mary Norrie. 
Mrs. Herman Oelrichs. 
Mrs. Chas. M. Oelrichs. 
Mrs. William H. Osgood. 
Mrs. William Pollock. 
Mrs. H. Wilmerding Payne. 
Mrs. Chas. S. Perkins. 
Mrs. A. Drum Porter. 
Mrs. W. Kintzing Post. 
Miss Grace H. Potter. 
Miss Ann Depew Paulding. 
Mrs. William Robison. 
Mrs. Karrick Riggs. 
Mrs. Chas. de Rham, Jr. 
Mrs. James Speyer. 
Mrs. Winfield Scott. 
Mrs. Chas. Steele. 
Miss M. Skidmore, 
Mrs. J. T. Thompson. 
Mrs. J. Kennedy Todd. 
Mrs. John Hobart Warren, 



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ASSOCIATE MEMBERS. 

Annual Dues, $10.00. 



Mrs. C. B. Alexander. 
Mrs. Arcliibald Alexander. 
Mrs. Gustav Amsinck. 
Mrs. Fordice Barker. 
Mrs. R. L. Beekman. 
Mrs. Robert S. Brewster. 
Mrs. Robert Fiilton Cutting. 
Mrs. M. T. Campbell. 
Mrs. M. Dwight Collier. 
Mrs. H. J. Chisholm. 
Mrs. Francis Carolan. 
Mrs. John R. Drexel. 
Mrs. Henrj- Dale. 
Mrs. Richard Delafield. 
Mrs. Newbold Edgar. 
Mrs. James W. Ellsworth. 
Mrs. Henrv' C. Emmet. 
Mrs. F. de P. Foster. 
Miss C. de Forest. 
Miss C. Fumiss. 
Miss S. Fumiss. 
Mrs. Chas. F. Guthrie. 
Mrs. J. B. M. Grosvenor. 
Mrs. Edward F. Harkness. 
Mrs. James B. Haggin. 
Mrs. de Heredia. 
Mrs. H. F. Hadden. 
Miss E. S. Hamilton. 
Mrs. Gerald Ho^-t. 
Mrs. Pembroke Jones. 



Mrs Philip Keamej-. 

Mrs. Bradle}' Martin, Jr. 

Mrs. Clarence Blair Mitchell. 

Mrs. William Starr Miller. 

Mrs. Edward Reeves Merritt. 

Mrs. J. Burnham Moflfat. 

Mrs. McMurtry. 

Mrs. Eugene H. Outerbridge. 

Mrs. Fred'k Pierson. 

Mrs. Morton F. Plant. 

Mrs. Whitelaw Reid. 

Mrs. John D. Rockefeller, Jr. 

Mrs. Douglas Robinson. 

Miss E. Remsen. 

Mrs. William D. Sloane. 

Mrs. Richard Stevens. 

Mrs. Joseph Stickney. 

Mrs. Marion Story. 

Mrs. Edward A. Smith. 

Mrs. Louis Lee Stanton. 

Mrs. Robert Sedgwick. 

Mrs. John A. Stewart. 

Miss Josephine C. Smith. 

Mrs. J. T. Tower. 

Mrs. Ed. Mitchell Townsend. 

Mrs. Samuel Untermeyer. 

Mrs. F. S. Witherbee. 

Mrs. Wj'song. 

Miss E. Whitnej'. 

Miss Caroline White. 



^Z 



THIRTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. 

In looking back over the past year we can not help but 
be gratified. 

Owing to the very stringent times last December, we began 
work without a cent in the Treasury, as the nest-egg we had 
counted on was tied up in a Trust Co. But all arose to the 
occasion and we passed through the year accomplishing all the 
work as usual. Namely, supplying bed linen, table linen, 
blankets, rubber sheeting, towels, etc., besides giving One 
Hundred and Fifty Dollars for the Children's Braces, and Fifty 
Dollars for park rides and ice cream during the summer. 

The attendance at the monthly meetings have averaged 
fifteen. We have the sad duty of reporting the death of Mrs. 
Fred'k Sheldon an Associate Member. 

Also the pleasant duty of enrolling as many as four new 
names to our list. We close this report soliciting the encourage- 
ment and co-operation of all our friends. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Mrs. Frederick A. Haight, 

Secretary. 



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TENTH ANNUAL REPORT 

OF THE 

JUNIOR GUILD 

OF THE 

©rtbopa^Mc Dispensary an^ Ibospltalr 

126 East 59th Street. 



OFFICERS. 

President, 
Miss EI<IZABETH HOYT. 

Secretary, 
Miss HEIvEN TWEED 

Treasurer, 
Miss MARGARET BENEDICT. 



Committees. 

Purchasing Committee, 

Mrs. 1,. Iv. BENEDICT, Jr., Chairman. 

Visiting Committee. 

Miss MARIA 1,. DURYEE, Chairman. 



Miss Maria d'Acosta. 
Miss Elizabeth B. Almy. 
Miss E. M. Atterbury. 
Mrs. X,. I,. Benedict, Jr. 
Miss Margaret D. Benedict. 
Miss Margaret Duryee. 
Miss Maria I<. Duryee. 
Miss Kate Fox. 



Active Members. 

Annual Dues, $5. 

Miss Frances Hadden. Miss 

Miss Elizabeth P. Henry. Mrs. 

Mrs. H. H. Hollister, Jr. Mrs. 

Miss Annie S. Hoyt. Mrs. 

Miss Elizabeth Hoyt. Miss 

Mrs. F. C. Huntington. Miss 

Miss I<ouise E. Jones. Mrs. 

Miss Rosalie G. Jones. Mrs. 



Katharine Meredith. 
Fuller Potter. 
F. B. Porter, Jr. 
J. Otis Post. 
Dorothy Schieffelin. 
Susan W. Street. 
Walter C. Stearns. 
Helen Tweed. 



Mrs. James I<. Barclay. 
Baroness Von Bardelaben. 
Miss Susan D. Bliss. 



Associate Members. 

Annual Dues, $10. 

Miss Jennie Crocker. 
Miss Georgette Collier. 
Mrs. W. G. Dominick. 
Miss Anita I,. Dominick. 



Mrs. W. H. Erhart. 
Mrs. Charles Gould. 
Mrs. Colgate Hoyt. 



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SECRETARY'S REPORT. 

Our work during this past year has been much the same as 
heretofore. A bed has been supported in the Girls' East Ward 
and 248 garments provided, besides Curtains for the Ward, and 
filled Stockings for the children at Christmas. 

Members of the Guild have also been generous in their 
individual gifts of various kinds, so that our list of donations is a 
long one. 

Our Membership has increased slightly ; for though we have 
had four resignations, seven new members have joined the Guild. 
We record with sorrow the loss by death of one of our Associate 
Members, Mrs. Colgate Hoyt. 

At an Entertainment consisting of monologues by Miss 
Beatrice Her ford on April 6th, about $428 was cleared. 

Owing to the quarantine on account of contagious diseases at 
the Hospital during most of the winter, very little visiting could 
be done. For the same reason our Friday afternoon Sewing 
Class for the girls in the ward was discontinued after a very few 
meetings. We hope that this year nothing will prevent our 
members from taking that personal interest in the children which 
they need and appreciate very much. 

Since March the Guild has employed a woman one day each 
week to do the mending for the Girls' Wards. She was engaged 
through Miss Grittenger and her work has been very satisfactory. 

A Sewing Circle was organized, consisting of 14 of our 
members which met at different houses during I^ent and made 
52 Flannel Shirts for the ward. 

HeivKn Twe;e;d, 

Secretary. 

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MISCBIvLANEOUS DONATIONS. 
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OCTOBER, 1907. 
Three bags of Potatoes, three bags of Apples, . . Misses Jones 

NOVEMBER. 
Twenty-four pairs of Stockings, Twelve Bibs, . . . Guild 

DECEMBER. 
Twelve pairs of Stockings, fifteen pairs of Stockings filled, . Guild 

JANUARY, 1908. 
Books and Toys, , Kings Daughters Settlement of 48 Henry Street 

(Through Mrs. Hoyt) 
Twenty-four Shirts, twenty-four Bibs, German Favors, . Guild 

FEBRUARY. 

Box of Oranges, ..... Miss Benedict 

Curtains for Girls' East Ward, .... Guild 

Box of Oranges, twenty-four Flags, . . . Misses Duryee 

MARCH. 
German Favors, . . . . . Miss Rosalie G. Jones 

APRIL. 
Easter Eggs for Girls' East Ward, ... Miss Tweed 

MAY. 
Books, ....... Miss Tweed 

Twenty-four Shirts, twenty-four pairs of Stockings, . . Guild 

Fifty-two Flannel Shirts, .... Guild Sewing Circle 

SEPTEMBER. 
Twenty-four Under-waists, twenty-eight pairs of Drawers, . Guild 

OCTOBER. 
Ten bags of Potatoes, ..... Misses Jones 

NOVEMBER. 
Ice Cream and Cake, .... Miss Maria L,. Duryee 



DONATIONS. 

Mrs. Charles B. Alexander $25 00 

Mr, Charles H. Tweed 25 00 

FRUIT FUND. 

Guild $20 00 

Miss Maria L,. Duryee 10 00 

Miss Tweed 10 00 

ICE CREAM FUND. 
Guild $20 00 

POTATO FUND. 
Guild $30 CO 

ENDOWMENT FUND. 
Guild |2oo 00 

70 




BASEBALL 




SAND-BOX 



SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT 



BOYS' GUILD 



©rtbopa^Mc 2)i0pcn0ar^ an^ fbospital, 



126 East 59th Street. 



©tticers. 

President, 
Miss Muriel Goui.d. 

Secretary, 
Mrs. J. M. HowEi/i,s. 

Treasurer, 
Miss Hilda Lockwood. 



Arlinp Mtmhtva. 



Mrs. albert AIKEN 

Miss PAULINE BOULTON 

Miss MARIE VERNON BROWN 

Miss FLORENCE BURTON 

Miss MURIEL GOULD 

Miss MARY HAZARD 

Miss MARGARET HUBBELL 



Miss RUTH HUBBELL 
Miss ROSALIE HINKLEY 
Mrs. JOHN M. HOWELLS 
Mrs. PERCY K. HUDSON 
Miss HILDA LOCKWOOD 
Mrs. OLIVER C. MACY. 
Mrs. KEYES WINTER 



Asanriatf il^mbpra. 



Mrs. CHARLES B. ALEXANDER 

Miss HOPETON ATTERBURY 

Miss CARO BROWN 

Mr. VERNON H. BROWN 

Mr. GARDINER W. BROWN 

Mrs. WM. N. crane. 



Miss ANNE T. MORGAN 
Mrs. GEORGE MOSLE 
Mrs. H. FAIRFIELD OSBORN 
Mrs. WM. C. OSBORN 
Mrs. HENRY WHITFIELD 
MRS. WILLIS D. WOOD 



71 



SECRETARY'S REPORT. 

The past year has been an unfortunate one for the Boys' 
Guild. Several members have resigned, and the list is now so 
small, that even the support of the bed is a difScult problem. A 
gift of $250 made it secure. 

In order to enlarge the balance in the Treasury, a tea and 
cake sale was held, early in December, at the residence of Mrs. 
Vernon H. Brown. Potatoes and Fruit have been sent from 
time to time. 

Easter Eggs and Christmas stockings, have been given as 
usual, besides bibs, stockings and shirts, and curtains for the 
wards. $25 has been given to the Fruit Fund, $25 to the 
Vegetable Fund and $25 to the Endowment Fund, 

A Seamstress to do the necessary mending has been employed 
once a week. 

A. W. HOWELLS, 

Secretary. 



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MISCELLANEOUS DONATIONS. 

MARCH, 1907. 
Fifteen Dollars for Ward Chairs, .... 

Bag of Potatoes, ..... 

Ice Cream, ....... 

Thirty-five Easter Eggs, .... 

(Through Miss Hinkley) 
Thirty-five Easter Eggs, ..... 



Plant, 


APRIIv. 


Magazines and Toys, 
Thirty-five Flags, 


MAY. 


Barrel of Potatoes, 


JUNE. 


Flowers, 


JULY. 


Cosmopolitan Magazine, 


AUGUST. 


Flowers, 


OCTOBER. 


Apples, 

Two barrels of Potatoes, 
Barrel of Apples, 
Barrel of Apples, 


NOVEMBER. 



Boys' Guild 

Miss White 

Miss Hinkley 



Boys' Guild 
Miss Gould 



Miss Hinkley 
Miss White 



Miss White 

Miss White 

Boys' Guild 

Mrs, Wood 

Miss Gould 
Miss White 
Miss Aiken 
Miss Guild 



Miss Brown 

. Boys' Guild 

Mrs. Hudson 

Miss Margaret Hubbell 
Mrs. Greenway 



DECEMBER. 
Cake and Sandwiches, . . 

Six dozen Bibs, thirty-five Christmas Stockings, 
Toys, ...... 

JANUARY, 1908. 
Barrel of Apples, .... 

Barrel of Potatoes, .... 

(Through Miss Hubbell) 
Six dozen pairs Stockings, five dozen Flannel Vests, Curtains 

for Wards, ...... Boys' Guild 

FEBRUARY. 
Barrel of Potatoes, ...... Miss Gould 

MARCH. 
Thirty-five Irish Flags, . . . . . Mrs. Howells 



74 



NEW YORK ORTHOPEDIC 
DISPENSARY AND HOSPITAL. 

No. 126 EAST 59th STREET, 
Between Fourth and I<exington Aves. 



Open from 1.30 to j.jo P. M. {Sundays and Legal Holidays excepted) 
for the Reception and Treatment of Patients. 



Objects oif the Institution. — "To furnish treatment to the poor 
with special reference to the Diseases and Deformities of the Spine and the 
Hip Joints and other of the more serious diseases of the bones and joints 
requiring surgical and mechanical treatment, and for giving instruction in 
the same." All cases of deformity, besides those mentioned, including 
Club foot, Lateral Curvature of the Spine, Infantile Paralysis, Bow-Legs, 
&c., are received and treated. 

Rules Governing the Admission op Patients to the Dispensary 
Department.— Professional services are rendered gratuitously. Those 
who can afford to do so are expected to reimburse the Institution for the 
actual cost of apparatus. Payment for apparatus is received in installments, 
if required. Apparatus, however, is never sold to patients or others — the 
Institution reserving the right to remove the apparatus and discharge any 
piiient not complying with the directions of the Surgeons. Apparatus will 
not be supplied in any case that does not come under the immediate care of 
the Institution. 

Rules Governing the Admission oe Patients to the Hospital 
Department. — Any suitable Orthopaedic case between the ages of four and 
fourteen may be admitted. ( Subject to exceptions in special cases.) Board, 
I4.00 per week. Application for admission may be made to the Surgeon to 
the Hospital during the regular Dispensary hours. 

Rules Governing the Admission oe Patients to the Country 
Branch and Industrial School.— Application for admission to this 
Hospital is made through the City Hospital, and only patients who are under 
treatment at the City Hospital will be admitted to the Country Branch. 
The Medical Profession and the public generally are invited to visit 
the Institution. 

The Institution is supported by the contributions of the benevo- 
lent. Contributions, which are earnestly solicited, may be sent to 
the Treasurer. 



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NINETEEN , v^^St^^^!^^ 



HUNDRED 
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Ew York 
Orthopaedic Dispensary 
AND Hospital 

126 EAST 59th STREET 
NEW YORK 



COUNTRY BRANCH 

AND 

INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL 

WHITE PLAINS 

NEW YORK 

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Opportunities for tlie Study of Orthopaedic Surgery, 

Both in Diagnosis and Treatment, 

will be afforded Members of the Medical Profession 

and Medical Students, on application, during 

the Autumn, Winter and Spring. 



FORM OF BEQUEST. 

I bequeath to iny executors the sum of. 

dollars, in TRUST, to pay over the same in 

after my decease, to the person who, when the same is pay- 
able, shall act as Treasurer to the Kew Yorh Orthopaedic 
Dispensary and Hospital, organized in 1866, and incorpor- 
rated in the year eighteen hundred and sixty-eight ; to be 
applied to the benevolent uses and purposes of said Dispensary 
and Hospital, and under its direction. 




Nm fork (rPrtliap^ebic lisvintaaru nnh l^aspxUi 

Supported by Voluntary Contributions. 



FORTY-SECOND YEAR BOOK 



JANUARY FIRST, IQOQ 

TO 

JANUARY FIRST, I91O 



Bew l^orh ©rtbopsebic 
Dispensarig anb 
Ibospital 



126 East 59th Street, New York City 

and 

White Plains, New York 



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OPEN FOR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS 
FROM ONE-THIRTY TO THREE-THIRTY 
P. M. DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS AND 
LEGAL HOLIDAYS 



CONTENTS. 

Trustees and Officers, ^^^- 

Trustees' Standing Committees, -----... g 

Board of Supervisors, -.._ y 

Medical Staff, g 

President's Report, ------ -....g 

Supervisors' Report, ------.... jj 

Hospital Surgeon's Report, ic 

Summary of Monthly Reports, (Table I,) ig 

Results of Treatment, (Table II,) -----...20 

Visits at Dispensary and at Homes of Patients, &c., (Table III,) - 21 

Instruments Made, &c., City Hospital, (Table IV,) - - - - 22 

Summary of Hospital Work, (Table V,) --._.. 23 

Operations Performed, (Table VI,) ------..24 

Country Branch, (Table VII,) 25 

Instrument Report, Country Branch, (Table VIII,) - - - - 26 

Report of the Pathologist, ------... 27 

Treasurer's Report, -- 2S-29 

Subscriptions to the Endowment Fund, --_... ^o 

Annual Subscriptions, -- -51 

Donations received from September 30, 1908, to October i, 1909, - 36 

Donations for Special Purposes, . ---....-y 

School Fund, -------.... yj 

Donors of Endowed Beds, ..._ ^8 

Form of Certificate to Donor of endowed bed, 39 

Donors of Yearly Beds, 40 

Donations to the Hospital in Material during the year, . . . 41 

Committees of the Country Branch, - - - - - - - 47 

Staff of the Country Branch, 48 

Report from the Country Branch, ------- .4^ 

Report of the Superintendent Country Branch, ----- 50 

Treasurer's Report, Country Branch and Industrial School, - 52-53 

Donations to the Country Branch in Material during the year, - - 54 

Form of Bequest, ..--... Second page of cover. 

Rules and Regulations of Dispensary and Hospital, Third page of cover. 

ORTHOP.55DrC GUILD. 
Officers and Committees, --.----..-57 

Members, -..-. _ gg 

Annual Report, ----_---. ..55 

Treasurer's Report, .-----..._ go 

Donations, _.-----.-. --61 

Miscellaneous Donations, ---- 62 



CONTENTS— Continued. 
ORTHOPEDIC HOSPITAL SOWING SOCIETY. 

PAGE. 

Officers and Committees, -63 

Working Members, -.-_...--- 64 

Associate Members, -- 65 

Annual Report, 66 

Treasurer's Report, 67 

JUNIOR GUILD. 

Officers and Members, 69 

Annual Report, 70 

Treasurer's Report, -..-....-- 71 

Donations, - - 72 

BOYS' GUILD. 

Officers and Members, -- 73 

Annual Report, 74 

Treasurer's Report, 75 

Donations, ......-.---.76 

ILLUSTRATIONS. 

New York Orthopaedic Dispensary and Hospital, i 

Manual Training and Wood- Working Shop — Country Branch, - - 9 

Laundry Class — Country Branch, -- -13 

"Haying" and "Camping," - 17 

Machine Shop — City Hospital, - - - 25 

Washing Dishes — Country Branch, ------- 33 

Play House, ---41 

Treatment of Acute Cases, Bone Tuberculosis, ----- 41 

Country Branch and Industrial School, -47 

Girls Learning to Cook — Country Branch, ------ 51 

"Baseball" and "Sandbox," 57 

Cubicle in New Pavilion — Country Branch, 63 

A Bungalow Built by the Boys, 69 

Marching to Improve Patients' Carriage, 73 



TRUSTEES AND OFFICERS 



OF THE 



N?m fork ®rtl|0|ji^btr iisii^naarg ^nh f^ospital 

FOR I9I0. 



Trustees. 



ROBERT S. BREWSTER, 
51 Wall vSt. 
EUGENE DELANO, 

59 Wall St. 

WILLIAM ADAMS DELANO, 

4 East 39th St. 
W. EARL DODGE, 

113 East 71st St. 
JAMES GAYLEY, 

71 Broadway. 
AUGUST HECKSCHER, 

43 Exchange Place. 
DE LANCEY K. JAY, 

32 I,iberty St. 
FREDERIC A. JUILLIARD, 

70 Worth St. 
GEORGE G. MASON, 

10 Wall St. 
WALTER E. MAYNARD, 

Fifth Ave. Building, Madison Square. 



CHARLES A. MUNN, 

361 Broadway. 

AMOS PINCHOT, 

32 Nassau St. 
FRANK L. POLK, 

32 Nassau St. 
PERCY R. PYNE, 

30 Pine St. 
O. EGERTON SCHMIDT, 

44 Pine St. 
HENRY T. SLOANE, 

B'way & 19th St. 
S. B. P. TROWBRIDGE, 

527 Fifth Avenue, 
EVERT JANSEN WENDELL, 

8 East 38th St. 
HOWARD WILLETS, 

White Plains, N. Y. 
BRONSON WINTHROP, 

32 I<iberty St. 



Honorary Members. 

MELVILLE BROWN, . 1889 J. FREDERIC KERNOCHAN, . 1891 



Officers. 

President : 
EUGENE DELANO, 

59 Wall Street. 



Vice-President : 
HENRY T. SLOANE, 

B'way & 19th St. 

Treasurer .• 
F. A. JUILLIARD, 

70 Worth Street. 



Secretary : 
CHARLES A. MUNN, 

361 Broadway 

Counsel : 
BRONSON WINTHROP, 

32 I,iberty Street. 



TRUSTEES' STANDING COMMITTEES. 

FOR J9J0. 



Executive Committee. 

EUGENE DELANO, Ex-off., Chairman. 
HENRY T. SLOANE, Ex-off. FREDERIC A. JUILLIARD, Ex-off. 
CHARLES A. MUNN, Ex-off. WILLIAM A. DELANO. 
FRANK L. POLK. 



Finance Committee. 

EUGENE DELANO, Ex-off., Chairman. 
HENRY T. SLOANE, Ex-off. PERCY R. PYNE. 

FREDERIC A. JUILLIARD, Ex-off. BRONSON WINTHROP. 



Nominating. 

CHARLES A. MUNN, Chairman. 
PERCY R, PYNE. HENRY T. SLOANE 



Entertainment. 

WALTER E. MAYNARD, Chairman. 
S. B. P. TROWBRIDGE. De LANCEY K. JAY. 



Auditing. 

PERCY R. PYNE, Chairman. ROBERT S. BREWSTER. 



Printing. 

CHARLES A. MUN^N, Chairman. 
GEORGE G. MASON. AUGUST HECKSCHER. 



BOARD OF SUPERVISORS FOR 1910. 
Supervisors. 

Mrs. CHARLES B. AI^EXANDER, Mrs. HENRY E. HOWI^AND, 

4 West 58th Street. 14 West 9th Street. 

Mrs. ROBERT S. BREWSTER, Mrs. J. ARCHIBAI,D MURRAY, 

II East 54th Street. 57 East 66th Street. 

Mrs. JAMES A. BURDEN, Mrs. WHITEI^AW RIED. 

908 Fifth Avenue. 451 Madison Avenue. 

Mrs. M. DWIGHT COlylvIER, Mrs. DOUGI,AS ROBINSON, 

8 East 48th Street. 422 Madison Avenue. 

Mrs. R. FUI^TON CUTTING Mrs. WII«1,IAM ROBISON, 

24 East 67th Street, Massapequa, 1,. I. 

Miss C. de FOREST Mrs. WII,I<IAM D. SI,OANE, 

27 East 72nd Street. 2 West 52d Street. 

Mrs. CHARI^ES de RHAM, Jr. Mrs. MARION STORY. 

24 Fifth Avenue. 29 Park Avenue. 

Mrs. WI1,I.IAM B. DINSMORE, Mrs. WAI^TER Iv. SUYDAM, 

II West 49th Street. 43 East 22nd Street. 

Miss FREWNGHUYSEN, Mrs. JOHN HOBART WARREN, 

7 West 35th Street. loi Park Avenue. 

Mrs. SETH BARTON FRENCH, Miss WHITNEY, 

15 West 51st Street. 11 Madison Square. 

Miss E. S. HAMII^TON, Miss CAROI^INE WHITE, 

loi Park Avenue. 609 Fifth Avenue. 

Ibonorarg /iibembers. 

Mrs. E. MILBANK ANDERSON. Mrs. W. S. COWI^ES. Miss C. FURNISS. 

Mrs. WIIvIvIAM ASTOR. Mrs. JAMES T. I^EAVITT. 

Mrs. WM. METCAl^F BWSS. Mrs. HENRY C. POTTER. 

Officers. 

President. 

Mrs. CHARLES B. ALEXANDER. 
First Vice-President. Second Vice-President. 

Miss WHITNEY. Mrs. JAMES A. BURDEN. 

Secretary. Treasurer. 

Miss E. S. HAMILTON. Mrs. CHARLES de RHAM, Jr. 

24 Fifth Avenue. 

StauDing Committees. 

Auditing and Supplies. 

Mrs. JOHN HOBART WARREN, Chairman. Mrs. JAMES A. BURDEN. 

Mrs. WIIvt,IAM D. SI.OANE. 

Linen and House Purchases. 

Mrs. DOUGLAS ROBINSON, Chairman. Mrs. J. ARCHIBALD MURRAY. 

Mrs. WALTER L. SUYDAM. Mrs. DINSMORE. 

Free Beds. 
Mrs. WILLIAM ROBISON, Chairman. Miss HAMILTON. 

Miss WHITNEY. Miss de FOREST. 

Mrs. WHITELAW REID. Mrs. DOUGLAS ROBINSON. 

House. 

Mrs. MARION STORY. Chairman. Miss WHITE. 

Mrs. WALTER L SUYDAM. Mrs. M. DWIGHT COLLIER. 

Mrs. H. E. HOWLAND. Mrs. R. FULTON CUTTING. 

Mrs. J. ARCHIBALD MURRAY. Mrs. BREWSTER. 

Entertainment. 
Miss FRELINGHUYSEN, Chairman. 

Mrs. JOHN HOBART WARREN. Miss HAMILTON. 

Mrs. WHITNEY. Miss WHITE. 

Mrs. J. ARCHIBALD MURRAY. Mrs. FRENCH. 

Instruction. 
Mrs. C. B. ALEXANDER, Chairman. Miss FRELINGHUYSEN. 

Mrs. W. D. SLOANE. 

Conference. 
Officers and Chairman of other Standing Committees. 



Matron. 

Miss SARAH H. DUNLOP. 



MEDICAL STAFF 

FOR I9I0. 



Consulting Statf. 



Consulting Surgeons. 
CHARI^ES McBURNEY, M. D. ROBERT ABBE, M. D. 

B. FARQUHAR CURTIS, M. D. T. HAI^STEAD MYERS, M. D. 

Consulting Physicians. 

ABRAHAM JACOBI, M. D. T,. EMMET HOI.T, M. D. 

THOMAS E. SATTERTHWAITE, M. D. WII^IvIAM M. POI.K, M. D. 

Consultant on Nervous Diseases. 

PEARCE BAIIvEY, M. D. 

Consultant on Aural Diseases. 

EDWARD BRADFORD DENCH, M. D. 

Consulting Opthamologist. 

FRANK NEWTON IRWIN, M. D. 

Consulting Dermathologist. 

GEORGE HENRY FOX, M. D. 



Surgeon-in-Chief to the Dispensary and Hospital. 
RUSSElvIv A. HIBBS, M. D. 
Attending Surgeons to the Dispensary. 
HENRY J. BOGARDUS, M. D. ROBERT E. SOUI^E, Mi D. 

Assistant Surgeons. 
BENJAMIN P. FARREIvIy, M. D. ARTHUR G. BRETZ, M. D. 

ROBERT G. MOORE, M. D. FRANK F. I^YNE M. D. 

FREDERIC D. WII,IvIAMS, M. D. ROBERT E. HUMPHRIES, M. D. 

meurologlcal department. 

Attending Physician. 
HEI^EN CORREL,!/ IvOEWENSTEIN, M. D. 

Assistant Physicians. 
I^UCY OSBORN WHITE, M. D. GRACE M. KAHRS, M. D. 

Corrective ©gmnastics. 

Attending Surgeons. 

MATHII,DA K, WAI.I,IN, M. D. MARY B. JEWETT, M. D. 

Instructor in Gymnastics. 

Miss HARRIET WII.DE. 

Masseuses. 

Miss JUI^IA VON SEDER. Miss BEDA C. CI.AUSON. 

Attending Physician to the Hospital. 

WII,I,IAM KENNICUTT DRAPER. 

Pathologist. 

MORTIMER WARREN, M. D. 

House Surgeon. 

REGINA1,D W. MACINTYRE, M. D. 

Junior House Surgeon. 

EI<MER C. JACKSON, M. D. 

Supervising Nurse. 

Miss AlylCE M. GAFFNEY. 

Office Secretaries. 

Miss GERTRUDE E. F. RANDOLPH. Miss INEZ J. AUSTIN. 

Chief Engineer and Shop Foreman. 
JOHN SCHUM 





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PRESIDENT'S REPORT. 

To the Trustees a7id Supervisors of the 

New York Orthopcedic Dispensary aiid Hospital. 

I^ADiEs AND Gentlemen ; 

In reviewing the work and financial situation of the NEW 
YORK ORTHOPEDIC DISPENSARY AND HOSPITAL 
and of the COUNTRY BRANCH AND INDUSTRIAI, 
SCHOOL, for the year ending September 30th, 1909, we shall 
follow, somewhat closely, the method of presentation adopted in 
the last Annual Report, seeing it will serve to keep more distinct 
and condensed the facts relating to these separate, yet co-operating 
and jointly managed, Institutions. 

There seems to be no call this year for a lengthy report, such 
as was made last year, since the latter so fully set forth the 
permanent basis and relation of each Institution, that it is onlj^ 
necessary to note any changes of importance, in their respective 
positions, during the year under review. Before however, making 
any comparisons, or drawing any conclusions from the figures 
and facts respectively submitted by the Treasurer and Surgeon- 
in-Chief in their interesting reports, we desire to invite special 
attention to one matter of serious consequence to our Dispensary 
and Hospital work in the City, namely the fact that our present 
building on 59th Street is wholly inadequate and very poorly 
adapted to the Dispensary and Hospital work we are now called 
upon to do. Our patients are not, and cannot be, properly 
served in our present quarters ; and what is accomplished is at a 
needless and wasteful expenditure of strength and time on the 
part of our Surgeons and Nurses. It is a situation that calls for 
prompt and earnest action by the Trustees. The w^ork being 
done in the Dispensary and Hospital is of such an important and 
fine quality that we have confidence to believe there are those in 



this commmiity who will count it a privilege and pleasure to 
erect a building suitable to our needs ; adequate for the increasing 
demands upon us ; and sufficiently convenient and attractive as 
to be both a healthful influence upon the patients and an 
encouragement and inspiration to the Surgeons and Nurses, upon 
whom so very largely rests the burden and the success of our 
work. As a step in this direction, we recommend the reference 
of all the questions involved to a Committee of the Board for 
consideration, and to report at the stated meeting in February. 



NEW YORK ORTHOPEDIC DISPENSARY & HOSPITAL. 

There was a slight falling off the past year in the number of 
patients treated in the DISPENSARY, and in the number of 
visits made by patients to the DISPENSARY, and by the 
Surgeons and Nurses to patients outside, probably due to an 
effort on the part of the Surgeon-in-Chief to prevent the duplica- 
tion of treatments by the several Dispensaries. This same 
tendency is further shown, quite naturally, in the amount charged 
for use of apparatus. It was a question of better control of 
patients and of securing improved results. In the CITY 
HOSPITAL,, on the other hand, the work accomplished has been 
greater and of a broader character. 

The financial results of the year have been on the whole 
gratifying. The income from investments shows an increase over 
the previous year of $6,728.46 ; from free beds, annually endowed 
$1,433-33 )■ from donations, $232.12 ; and from subscriptions of 
$1,311.98— in all $9,705-89- 

As against these increases there were decreases of $601.68, in 
the receipts for the use of apparatus; and of $125.17 in the 
receipts for board — in all decreases of $726.85. 

The total income from all sources was $50,234.44, and the 
expenditures, $46,333.09, leaving a balance to the credit for the 
year of $3,901.35. 

We have permanently invested, or awaiting investment, all in 
guaranteed mortgages bearing 4j4, 5 and 5}4 per cent, interest 
per annum, about $435,000 ; and in buildings, $121,407.23. 



COUNTRY BRANCH AND INDUSTRIAI. SCHOOL. 

This work has made most encouraging and successful progress. 
On September 30th, 1908, the number of patients was 96, and 
during the year 48 were admitted, 15 discharged and 2 died ; 
leaving in the Branch and School on September 30th, 1909, 
127 patients. 

The Balance Sheet remains as reported a year ago. The 
current expenses were $50,071.92, amply covered by the Income 
from its Endowment Fund. This Branch and School have no 
FINANCIAL connection whatever with the City Dispensary 
and Hospital, as explained in last year's report. 

Respectfully submitted, 

EUGENE DELANO, 

President. 
New York, December loth, 1909. 



SUPERVISORS' REPORT. 

71? the Trustees of the New York Orthopcedic 

Dispensary ayid Hospital. 
Gentlemen : 

Before reviewing the work of the past year, we wish to present 
our grateful thanks to our friends for the generosity and kindness 
they have shown us, and express the hope that they will find the 
means they confided to us put to so good a use that they will 
feel disposed to continue their interest and assistance. 

Our Auxiliary Societies have, as usual, been of invaluable 
help, giving timely aid when most needed, and carrying on the 
special works, for which they were organized, with the same 
thoroughness and devoted care which has always characterized 
them. 

The Orthopedic Guild has as heretofore taken entire charge 
of one of the Girl's Wards, and supported three Free Beds. The 
Orthopaedic Hospital Sewing Society has kept the linen closet 
replenished, providing all that is used in the Hospital, with the 
exception of the above mentioned ward, has supported a Free 
Bed, and given $250.00 to the Surgeon-in-Chief to pay for braces 
needed by patients tco poor to pay themselves. The Junior 
Guild has supported a Free Bed, cared for the second Girl's 
Ward, giving clothes besides gifts of fruit and flowers, and 
visiting frequently. The Boy's Guild has under its care in the 
Boy's Wards, thirty-five patients. They support a Free Bed, 
also visit frequently and supply many of the minor wants and 
simple luxuries, which mean so much comfort to the children. 
These Guilds are doing a most praiseworthy work and it is 
greatly appreciated. 

The Visiting Nurses, whose importance in co-operation with 
the Surgeon's work in the Dispensary cannot be overestimated, 
for the vital necessity of not allowing any relapse through 
neglect after treatment, is too well known to be insisted upon 



here, have again been supported through the geuerositj' of three 
members of our Board, Mrs. Sloane, Mrs. Reid, and Mrs. Story. 

When the need for further gymnastic treatment was brought 
to the attention of the Supervisors with a view to extending that 
which the generosity of Mr. Chisolm and Miss Caroline White 
already provided, another member of the Board interested herself 
in bringing it to Mr. Henry Frick's notice, and he most liberally 
in reponse, donated the salary of a masseuse. Through this 
means the surgeon's work is supplemented and cures effected 
which otherwise could only be partial, and in reporting it we 
note with great happiness, with heartfelt gratitude and pride, 
that the efficiency and scope of our beloved institution has 
again been increased through the efforts of our Board. 

The School has been carried on as in the past years, the 
course of instruction being so arranged, that no patient need lose 
his place in the Public Schools through enforced absence during 
treatment. It is entirely supported by special contributions, and 
we would be very glad to have the interest in it extended. We 
could do more and better work if we had more money. 

The Sunday School has again been under the charge of the 
kind friends who have interested themselves heretofore in the 
welfare of our little patients, sowing seed which will surely bring 
forth fruit in the future, and more sweetness to we know not how 
many lives. 

To provide for extra comforts and simple luxuries for our 
patients, we have instituted special funds, and to these we beg to 
call our friends' attention, hoping that they will subscribe to 
them. Fruit, Ice Cream and the Potato Fund, the latter 
established to help a large item of our current expenses. 

Our Christmas season was as usual made the occasion of much 
generosity and kindness to all the inmates of our institution. 
The different Guilds saw to it that each child had its Christmas 
stocking, Mrs, Sloane and Mrs. Burden gave a toy or doll to 
each. Miss Whitney gave the beautiful tree as has been her 
custom for years past, and at which Mr. J. F. Kernochan gives 
tea to the mothers invited, Miss de Forest gave gifts to the 
employees, and many others were received, impossible for lack of 
space to record here, but which were greatly appreciated. 

13 



To the Society known as the Crippled Children's Driving 
Fund, we owe a debt of gratitude, for the many drives they gave 
our patients during the hot summer months, and we are glad to 
avail ourselves of this opportunity to again tender them our 
thanks. 

At the time of the Hudson-Fulton Celebration, Mrs. Sloane 
very kindly gave the use of her house to allow the children 
to see the Parades. Her daughter, Mrs. Burden, gave them a 
treat of ice cream and cake one day, and candy and flags on the 
other, sending the same to the bed patients who could not leave 
the Hospital. On this occasion the Crippled Children's Driving 
Fund send two omnibuses to take the children to and fro. This 
is one the many instances of the thoughtful kindness our patients 
receive. 

In concluding our Report, we make our Annual appeal for 
help to carry on our work. Again we remind the charitable 
public that this appeal is made in the name of children who 
suffer, and who can be cured if the means to do it are forthcoming. 
Surely no plea could be stronger, or object more worthy. Could 
we but bring its full significance plainly before the minds of the 
benevolent men and women of our City, we know that all the 
necessary means would be placed in our hands, and we feel 
deeply that the responsibility of doing this belongs to us, and 
year after year we try afresh in the hope that we may be more 
successful, that if we cannot find the inspired word, at least we 
may make our cause a little clearer, bring it a little closer to a 
few more, and so spread the knowledge of it, that some day we 
may attain our ideal and practical interest in it be universal. 
Respectfully submitted, 

Ei^izABETH Stewart Hamii^ton, 

Secretary. 



U 



SURGEON'S REPORT, 

To the Trustees of the New York 

Orthopasdic Dispe^isary and Hospital. 

Gentlemen : 

The number of patients treated in your Dispensary during the 
year ending September 30th, 1909, was four thousand, four 
hundred and fifty-two. One thousand, six hundred and thirty- 
six of these were new patients, and the remainder were patients 
continued under treatment from last year. Among this number 
there were five hundred and two cases of Tuberculosis of the 
Spine, four hundred and eight cases of Tuberculosis of the Hip 
Joint, and two hundred and five cases of Tubercular Diseases of 
the smaller joints, making a total of eleven hundred and fifteen 
cases of Tubercular Diseases. There were three hundred and 
seventeen cases of Lateral Curvature of the Spine, eight hundred 
cases of deformities of the foot, seven hundred and forty-nine 
cases of Infantile Paralysis, one hundred and five cases of Con- 
genital dislocation of the Hip, and the remainder represents a 
large variety of deforming diseases. (The details of the facts 
briefly stated are shown in Table No. i.) 

The results of treatment are shown in Table No. 2, and you 
will there find that five hundred and seventy-five of these patients 
were discharged cured, three hundred and fifty-seven discharged 
relieved, one discharged for neglect, eight discharged incurable, 
twenty-four died, and four hundred and sixty did not return after 
their first visit, so were discharged leaving three thousand and 
twenty-seven cases continued for further treatment. 

The detail of the work as represented by visits is shown in 
Table No. 3. Twenty-three thousand atid fifty-five visits were 
made by patients to the Dispensary, three thousand, one hundred 
and eight visits were made by Surgeons to patients outside the 
Institution, and eight thousand, two hundred and nine visits were 
made by Nurses to patients outside the Institution, making in 
all a total of thirty-four thousand, three hundred and seventy-two 
visits made during the year. This detail of figures shows more 

15 



accurately the amount of work performed by your Staff than any 
other, and it may be noted that each patient visited the Dispensary 
on an average of six times during the year. If the visits made to 
them are included, as they should be, they were seen on an 
average of ten times during the year. The average number of 
patients visiting the Dispensary daily was seventy-six, and the 
average number of visits made daily, including those made by 
Nurses and Surgeons to patients outside the Institution, was one 
hundred and thirteen. This shows the close attention that was 
given to each patient, and is most important, as it is not a 
question of the number of patients treated, but the care given 
to those who come to us. 

In the shop the number of Instruments made was one thousand, 
seven hundred and forty-four, and the number repaired five 
thousand, three hundred and sixty-one. The amount charged 
for the use of apparatus was $6,286.00, and the amount collected 
from patients for the use of apparatus was $5,424.32, or eighty-six 
per cent, of the amount charged. (For details see Table No. 4.) 

CITY HOSPITAI^. The number of patients in the City 
Hospital on October ist, 1908, was fifty-three, and during the 
year two hundred and forty-six were admitted. Two hundred 
and thirty-three were discharged improved, and three died, 
leaving in the Hospital September 30th, 1909, sixtj^ -three patients. 
The number of days of Hospital care for free patients was nineteen 
thousand, nine hundred and seventeen, and for those paying their 
board one thousand, six hundred and fifty, making a total of 
twenty-one thousand, five hundred and sixty-seven. These 
figures show that the wards were full practically every day in the 
year, as the average daily number of patients in the wards was 
fifty-nine. (For details see Table No. 5.) 

Table No. 6 shows the operative work in the Hospital. There 
were three hundred and seventy-one operations performed on two 
hundred and fifty-five patients. This table shows the wide range 
of operative work in this Hospital as well as its activities. 

The report in the Pathological department is made by Dr. 
Warren the Pathologist. 

COUNTRY BRANCH. The number of patients in the 
Country Branch on October ist, 1908, was ninety-six, and during 
the year forty-eight were admitted, fifteen discharged, and two 

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HA YING. 




CAMPING. 



died leaving in the Hospital September 3otli, 1909, one hundred 
and twenty-seven patients. 

The number of Hospital days of care for free patients was 
four thousand, two hundred and forty-five, and the number for 
pay patients one thousand, three hundred and sixty-five, making 
a total of forty-three thousand, four hundred and ten days care. 

DISPENSARY. We have enforced more strict rules as to 
the reception of patients the past year than ever before. The 
object being to prevent patients going from one Institution to 
another, thereby using up the resources of the Institution and 
failing to get the greatest benefit from treatment. We have 
declined to receive patients under treatment in other institutions 
without a request from such institution for us to receive them, 
or from their family physician. There is, perhaps, some 
rivalry among the various Institutions to show in their annual 
report the largest number of patients ; I hope that this may 
discourage such a spirit, as the only spirit of rivalry we need and 
should have is one in connection with thoroughness of work, and 
not in the number of patients treated. Besides patients registered 
in various Institutions give the public an incorrect idea of the 
number of such patients. 

While it is true that equipment is not the most important 
thing we need in connection with our work, still reasonable 
equii)ment makes less difiicult the encouragement of a scientific 
spirit among the workers which is of tremendous importance. It 
needs no argument to convince anyone who sees our City 
Hospital and Dispensary that its equipment is inadequate in 
ever3' particular. 

In the Dispensary the rooms are too small, poorly ventilated, 
and crude in every equipment. If you will visit in the afternoon 
of an average Dispensary day you will find, as a rule, over one 
hundred children with their attendants crowded into these rooms 
in such a way as to make good work difficult, which is very 
discouraging to those who are attempting to take care of the 
patients. 

In the Hospital while the wards have good light and air their 
equipment is in every way inadequate. 

The operating room, especially in the summer months, is 
almost unbearable, and at any time is uncomfortable both for the 
patient and the operator, and its equipment is also crude. 

17 



The accommodations for the House Staff consists of one very 
uncomfortable room for two men. It is not only uncomfortable, 
especially in summer, but it is not fair to force two strangers to 
occupy the same room. It seems to me that the time has arrived 
in the history of the Orthopaedic Hospital when some definite 
movement should be put forth to make its quarters reasonably 
comfortable and adequate for the work we are endeavoring to do. 
I can assure you that Orthopaedic work is in itself difiicult enough, 
but to get men and women to show continued enthusiasm, and to 
have as a controlling factor in their work high scientific spirit, 
when they are forced to work at such a tremendous disadvantage, 
is extremely difacult. 

COUNTRY BRANCH. The work at the Country Hospital 
is progressing in a most satisfactory manner, and has been very 
successful during the past 3^ear both in its surgical aspect, and its 
educational work. 

By a study of Table No. 7 it will be seen how infrequently 
changes are made in the patients in this Hospital, No child is 
discharged until all has been done for them surgically and in an 
educational w^ay to qualify them for useful positions, and in the 
cases which have been there a sufficient length of time the results 
we are getting are even more than we anticipated in the beginning 
of the work. 

Table No. 8 shows the amount of work done in the Brace 
Shop in this Hospital during the year, and is a good beginning of 
the work which year by year will become a more and more 
important branch of our industrial training and of economical 
value to the Institution. 

Respectfully submitted, 

RUSSEIvIy A. HIBBS, M. D., 

Surgeon-in- Chief. 
December loth, 1909. 



TABLE No. I. 

Summary of Neio and Continued Cases received from September 30th, 1908 
to October 1st, 1909. 

















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96 


406 

317 


502 
408 


103 
90 


130 

79 


167 
190 


37 

60 


22 

05 


20 

15 


23 

17 


400 
326 


40 


28 
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10 
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Hip- Joint Disease 


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Aakle-Joint Disease 


19 


35 


54 


5 


16 


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8 


1 


6 


6 


49 


2 




1 


1 


Knee-Joint " ....... 


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90 


112 


15 


18 


38 


14 


4 


11 


9 


104 


5 




1 


1 


Wrist- J oint " 


2 


2 


4 




2 










2 


4 










Elbow-Joint " 


1 


6 


7 




1 


2 


2 






2 


6 


1 








Shoulder-Joint " 


2 


2 


4 






1 






] 


2 


4 










Multiple-Joint " 


1 


1 


2 




2 












2 










Tarsal Disease 


5 

4 

85 


10 

3 

233 


15 

7 
317 


"2 


'2 


42 


190 


4 

3 

62 


4 
3 
14 


7 
1 
5 


12 
5 

248 


2 

2 

36 


li 


■4 




Sacro Iliac Disease 




Lateral Curvature Spine.. . 


18 


Torticollis 


6 

39 

34 

37v 


55 
131 
260 


13 

94 

165 

632 


4 

126 
17 


7 

5 

20 

10 


y 

24 
10 

13 


37 
10 

36 


23 

73 


'3 

3 

176 


'2 
2 

308 


12 

75 

150 

524 


1 

10 
10 
46 


'2 
2 

25 


■3 
1 

9,9. 




Hound Shoulders 


4 


Club-Poot 





Flat- Foot.. 


15 


Weak Ankles 


14 
43 
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14 
99 
136 


28 
142 
248 
749 


10 
70 
165 
393 


6 
50 
68 
1.55 


3 

18 

6 

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2 

1 

6 

4'^ 


2 

i 

4 


2 
1 
1 
9 


3 
2 
1 
3 


20 
120 
210 

558 


3 
16 

24 
1(7 


3 
2 

6 
33 


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4 
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9 


Knock-Knees 






4 


Infantile Paralysis 


39 


Other Paralyses 


9:i 


131 


214 


65 


51 


51 


35 


8 


2 


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168 


39 


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5 


5 


Lateral Sclerosis 


1 
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1 
82 


2 
105 


41 


25 


28 


7 


1 
3 


1 


1 


2 

87 


9 


4 


4 




Cong-enital Disloc. 1 

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1 




6 

83 


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48 


8 
131 


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8 


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1 
12 


4 
14 


28 


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1 
39 


5 
105 


1 
12 


2 
6 


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Traumatic Joint Affections 


4 


Fracture Deformities 


43 


32 


75 




6 


8 


6 


7 


12 


36 


,54 


7 


6 


5 


3 


Traumatic Dislocations . . . 


11 


4 


15 




1 


1 




2 


2 


9 


10 


2 


1 


2 




Rheumatoid Jt. Affections. 


16 


6 


22 






1 


2 


3 


2 


14 


17 


2 


2 


1 




Internal Deransjem't Knee 


3 


16 


19 






1 


2 


1 


6 


9 


14 


2 


2 


1 




Consrt^nital Defect and 1 
Absence of Bones J " ' 


11 


17 


28 


12 


7 


4 


2 


2 




1 


23 


3 


2 




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Osteitis 


5 


2H 


28 




3 


3 


3 


5 


6 


8 


20 


6 




2 




Exostoses 


1 

7 
24 


1 

1 

23 


2 

8 
47 


25 


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'3 


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3 


2 


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4 


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1 

7 

35 


1 
'6 


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Rachitic Deformities 




Deformitips of the Toes. . . . 


14 


9 


23 


4 


6 


3 




3 


1 


6 


15 


15 


1 


2 




Hemophiliac Joint 


2 


1 


3 






1 


1 


1 






3 










Delayed Development 


9 


13 


22 


14 


5 


2 


1 








17 


3 




2 






150 
1636 


4V 
2816 


197 


61 
1148 


15 
704 


22 

S18 


14 


16 


20 
345 


65 
600 


150 
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20 


14 


6 
111 


7 




440 187 




Totals 


4452 


531 fflel 


159 






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408 


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11 


38 
20 






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17 


6 
6 


438 




354 




54 

112 

4 

7 

4 

2 

15 

7 

317 


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51 






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16 


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42 


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92 


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6 


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5 


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244 




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94 
l(i5 
632 

28 
142 
248 


4 

16 
17 
265 
13 
35 
53 


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7 

9 

23 

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9 
10 
56 
4 
8 
34 


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2 


Round Shoulders 


62 


Club-Foot 


127 


Fiat-Foot 


288 


"Weak Ankles 


11 


Knock-Knees 


92 


Bow- Legs 


149 


Infantile Paralysis 


749 


3 


55 






51 


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639 


Other Paralyses 


214 


4 


33 






30 


2 


143 




2 
105 


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4 






Congenital Disloc. Hip-Joint 


87 


Coxa Vara 


8 
131 
75 
15 • 
22 
19 


40 
29 

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8 
4 
6 


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12 
2 

7 
3 




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58 




19 


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5 


Kheumatoid Joint Affections 


9 




9 


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28 




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6 




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28 

2 

8 

47 

23 

3 


2 

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16 
3 


5 

'i 

6 






4 
2 

4 
6 
7 




17 


Exostoses 






1 


Rachitic Deformities 


23 


Deformities of the Toes. 


7 


Hemophiliac Joint 


3 


Delayed Development 


23 


7 


i 






3 




11 


Miscellaneous 


197 


20 


13 






114 


3 


48 


Totals 


4,452 


575 


357 


1 


8 


460 


24 


3,027 



TABLE No. III. 
Visits made to Dispensary and Homes. 



1908 



October. . . 
November. 
December. , 



1909 



January . . 
February. , 
March. . . , , 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September. 



Visits 

Made to 

Dispensary. 



2,220 

1,881 
1,915 

1,880 
1,782 
2,073 
1,870 
2,166 
2,171 
1,851 
1,571 
1,675 



Visits made 
by Surg-eons 
Outside the 
Institution. 



272 

218 
276 

276 
276 

170 
276 
276 
264 
268 
268 
S68 



Visits 

Made to 

Residences 

by Nurses. 



701 
640 

809 

742 
753 

841 
638 
775 
777 
512 
400 
621 



Total 

Number 

of 
Visits. 



3,193 

2,729 
3,000 

2,898 
2,811 
3,084 
2,784 
3,217 
3,213 
2,631 
2,239 
2,564 



Totals. 



23,055 



3,108 



8,209 



34,372 



TABLE No. IV. 
Instrument Report. 





INSTRUMENTS 


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18 


11 


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30 


10 


16 


17 


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75 


181 


464 


$701.50 


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November 


13 


2 


2 


8 


7 


19 


15 


.. 


73 


139 


427 


484.00 


406.35 


December 


10 


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4 


5 


11 


3 




58 


92 


420 


235.00 


376.30 


1909 




























January 


10 


8 




6 


8 


7 


12 


1 


74 


126 


384 


497.00 


273.55 


February 


6 


6 


1 


4 


4 


16 


14 




83 


134 


345 


500.50 


497.95 


March 


9 


7 


1 


6 


6 


19 


7 


1 


77 


133 


451 


473.00 


498.85 


April 


16 
12 
14 
16 
13 


6 

5 
4 
9 

7 


1 
2 
1 
1 
1 


10 
10 

8 
10 

18 


3 
9 
6 

4 


8 
7 

12 
21 

8 


11 
13 
23 
12 
3 


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4 
1 
1 


100 
102 
105 
100 

102 


155 

162 
177 
170 
157 


482 
517 
503 
496 
433 


541.50 
608.50 
643.00 
641.50 

547.00 


380.00 


May 


428.85 


June 


520.05 


July 


632.17 


August 


485.25 


September 


9 


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1 


2 


5 


5 


8 


1 


78 


118 


439 


413.50 


423.05 


Totals.. 


146 


75 


14 


116 


67 


149 


138 


12 


1,037 


1,744 


5,361 


$6,286.00 


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For the Year ending September 30th, 1909. 

I. Blood Examinations : 

A. Haemoglobin Total 60 

B. Erythrocyte " 10 

C. Leucocyte " 10 

D. Differential Count " 8 

88 

II. Bacteriological : 

A, Smears. 

1) For Tubercle Bacilli 8 

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3) Throat and Cultures 24 

40 

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1) From Tuberculous and other Exudates ... 19 

19 

III, Vaccines Prepared , 9 

IV. Routine Urine Examinations (Junior House Sm-geon) 1058 

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A. Pirquet 44 

B. Calmette 36 

80 

VI. Wassermann Reaction 3 

VII. Therapeutic Inoculations (House Surgeon and Pathologist): 

A. Tuberculin 224 

B. Other Vaccines , 72 

296 

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SUBSCRIPTIONS TO THE ENDOWMENT FUND. 



James K. Grade $5,000 00 

J. Pierpont Morgan 2,500 00 

D. Willis James 350 00 

Board of Super\nsors 2,500 00 

Mrs. R. Fulton Cutting. . .2,600 00 

Mrs. C. P. Huntington 1,500 00 

Miss Amy Phipps 5,000 00 

Henry Phipps 7,000 00 

Douglas Robinson 750 00 

Miss Spence's School Society. 10 00 

Mrs. Marion Story 4,5oo 00 

"A Friend" through Mrs. 

Story 200 00 

Mrs. F. F. Thompson 1,000 00 

Charles B. Alexander 100 00 

Mrs. C. B. Alexander 25,250 00 

Boys' Guild 800 00 

Mrs. M. Dwight Collier 100 00 

Wm. E. Dodge i.ooo 00 

Mrs. Howland 150 00 

Morris K. Jesup 500 00 

Augustus D. Juilliard 500 00 

D. O. Mills 500 00 

Mrs. J. Archibald Murray... .75 00 

Mrs. Whitelaw Reid 100 00 

Mrs. Douglas Robinson, Jr. 1,350 00 
Mrs. William D. Sloane. . .2,950 00 

David Willcox 450 00 

Albert Willcox 100 00 

Miss Kennedy 200 00 

Henry T. Sloane 250 00 

Miss Helen R. Roosevelt. . . 250 00 

Mrs. Jos. M. White 1,000 00 

"Anonymous" (through Mr. 

Munn) 100 00 

Total Receipts to December 31, 1909. 



"A Friend " I103 00 

Bedell & Co i 00 

Mrs. Charles de Rham, Jr. . . 100 00 

Junior Guild 1,050 00 

IMrs. S. V. Harkness and 

E. S. Harkness i,oco 00 

McGibbon & Co 50 00 

V. J. Caso & Bros 20 00 

T. O. Smith Sons 45 00 

' ' Nemo " 15 00 

Mrs. Edward A. Smith .... i, 100 00 
Miss Emily A. Watson. .. .3,000 00 

R. Fulton Cutting 10,000 00 

George Crocker 5, coo 00 

James K. Gracie, (Estate). 25, 000 00 

Hugh D. Auchincloss 250 00 

J. D. Bartholomew 25 00 

Mrs. Simon Borg 1,000 00 

Ambrose K. Ely 1,000 00 

Endowment Guild 1,860 03 

Mrs. Leslie Morgan's School 

for Girls 18 00 

Mrs. Geo. W. Forsyth 250 00 

Miss E. S. Hamilton 1,000 00 

Miss Caroline de Forest. . . .100 00 
Mrs. Fred. W. Vanderbilt. 1,000 00 

H. J. Duveen 500 00 

Charles T. Barney 5, 000 00 

"A Friend" through Mrs. 

Douglas Robinson 500 00 

Mrs. E.ussell Sage 2,500 00 

Legacy of Zela Gibbes. . .25,000 00 
Legacy of James Henry 

Smith 100,000 00 



.1255,024 03 



30 



SUBSCRIPTIONS. 

From September 3otli, 1908, to October ist, 1909. 



Benj. W. Abert $ 5 00 

Fritz Achelis 25 00 

Mrs. Edward W. Adams. . . 10 00 

Mrs. Thatcher M. Adams. . 20 00 

Mrs. James H. Aldrich 5 00 

Wm. P. Aldrich 5 00 

Mrs. Chas. B. Alexander 

Two Free Beds 500 00 

Mrs. Henry A. Alexander. . 10 00 

Mrs. John E. Alexandre. . . 5 co 

Bernard G. Amend 5 00 

E. Asiel 25 CO 

Mrs. H. D. Auchincloss 10 00 

Mrs. R. T. Auchmuty 50 00 

Miss Aymar 10 00 

Mr. & Mrs. H. D. Babcock. 15 00 

Mrs. F. McN. Bacon, Jr 5 00 

Dr. Pearce Bailey 25 00 

Mrs. Robert Ballentine 50 00 

Harry Bamberger 10 00 

Benedictus Bamberg 5 00 

Mrs. Cora F. Barnes 25 00 

Mrs. Henry W. Barnes 5 co 

Mrs. Henry I. Barbej- 25 00 

Morgan G. Barnwell 10 00 

Max Bauer , 2 00 

Mrs. James L. Barclay 25 00 

D. K. Bayne 25 00 

A. E. Bechsteia 25 00 

Eugene S. Benjamin 10 00 

M. W. Benjamin 5 00 

Mrs. Chas. H. Berryman... 10 00 

Frederick Billings 20 00 

Theo. A. Bingham 14 98 

Mrs. George Blagden 25 00 

Mrs. Thomos Blagden 5 00 

Mrs. DeWitt C. Blair 25 00 

T. B. Bleecker 10 00 

John H. Bloodgood 15 00 

Miss Amy F. Blume 2 00 



Henry Bodenheimer 

Temple Bowdoin 

F. O. Boyd & Co 

Anna S. Bradford 

Mrs. Edson Bradley 

Herman Brand 

E. P. Bramwell 

Mrs. Robert S. Brewster. . . 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. 

Brewster, Free Bed 

John Crosby Brown 

Miss Stewart Brown 

Mrs. Edwin M. Bulkley 

Louis V. Bright 

Mrs. James A. Burden 

Mrs. James A. Burden, Free 

Bed 

Mrs. Emil Caiman 

Henry L. Caiman 

Joseph Cantor 

Mrs. Andrew Carnegie 

Children's Fund, (through 
Mrs. Douglas Robinson) 
Free Bed 

Julian B. Clark, Free Bed. . 

Mrs. Banyer Clarkson 

Mrs. Catharine G. Clarkson 

William P. Clyde 

Mrs. A. Cohn 

William Cohn 

Sollis Cohen 

William Colgate 

Mrs. M. Dwight Collier 

Harris D. Colt, Jr 

Mary A. Conger 

Mrs. W. S. Cowles 

Mrs. W. S. Cowles, One- 
third Free Bed 

Mrs. Chas. H. Coster 

George Crocker, Free Bed. 



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Warren Curtis 5 oo 

Lewis A. Cushmau 25 00 

Mrs. R. Fulton Cutting, 

Free Bed 250 00 

Darcy Lodge, No. 187, F. & 

A. M 5 00 

Mark Davis 5 00 

Lenas S. Davis 2 00 

Miss Davenport 5 00 

Mrs. Jane Hunt de Boer.. . . 2 00 

Edward J. de Coppet 25 00 

Miss C. de Forest 10 00 

Henry W. de Forest 10 00 

B. F. deKlyn 10 00 

M. L. Delafield 5 00 

Mrs. V. D. Delafield 5 00 

Eugene Delano 250 00 

Mrs. Warren Delano, Jr... . 25 00 

Master Jacques Delmonte. . 10 00 

Charles de Rham, Jr 25 00 

Mrs. Charles de Rham, Jr. 25 00 

H. Casimir de Rham 25 00 

F. W. Devoe 40 00 

Mrs. Henry F. Dimock. ... 25 00 

Mrs. Wm. B. Dinsmore. ... 50 00 

Mrs. Arthur M. Dodge 25 00 

Cleveland H Dodge 100 00 

Mrs. George E. Dodge 10 00 

F. W. Dorman 25 00 

Miss Anita M. Dominick. . . 10 00 

Henry Dormitzer 10 00 

Mrs. David Dows 50 00 

Mrs. Wm. Perkins Draper. 10 00 

Mrs. John R. Drexel 25 00 

Mrs. Ludwig Dreyf uss 10 00 

James May Duane 25 00 

Mrs. Eugene Du Bois 5 00 

Mrs. J. B. Duer 10 00 

Miss L. F. Dudley 5 00 

Mrs. Charles Duggin 10 00 

Mrs. Robert Dunlap 10 00 

Mrs. Wm. B. Douglas 10 00 

Clarence H. Eagle 4 00 

Mrs. Newbold Edgar 10 00 

Mrs. W. D. Edmonds 10 00 

George Ehret 10 00 

Mrs. David L. Einstein .... 25 00 



Mrs. Sam Eiseman 10 00 

Mrs. Ralph N. Ellis 12 00 

R. Erbsloh 10 00 

Abraham Erlanger ........ 5 00 

Mrs. H. C. Fahnestock. ... 10 00 

Robert E. Farley 10 00 

Julius Felsenthal 5 00 

A. Morton Ferris 5 00 

Mrs. Wm. B. O. Field 100 00 

Mrs. Louis Fleishman 10 00 

Nathan Fleisher 10 00 

Adolph Flisser 8 co 

Miss Mary A. Flower 5 00 

Edward H. Floyd-Jones... . 25 00 
W. C. Floyd-Jones, One- 
half Free Bed 125 00 

B. Frank & Son 5 00 

Emil H. Frank 10 00 

Seth Barton French, Free 

Bed 250 00 

Mrs. Seth Barton French. . 100 00 

Miss Frelinghuysen.. 100 00 

Emil Frenkel 5 co 

Miss Furniss 10 00 

Miss C. Furniss 10 00 

E. V. Gambler 5 00 

Mrs. Frank S. Gerrish 10 00 

Charles Glatz 20 00 

Mrs. J. Warren Goddard ... 5 00 

Meyer Goldberger 3 00 

I. Goldman 5 00 

A. Goodman 10 00 

Mrs. George J. Gould, Free 

Bed 250 00 

Miss Helen M. Gould 50 00 

Grace Church 20 00 

Gertrude Renee Guggenheim 25 00 

S. A. Guiterman 10 00 

Mrs. Joseph B. Greenhut. . . 25 00 

Augustus C. Gurnee 50 00 

Mrs. W. S. Gurnee 10 00 

Boys' Guild, Free Bed 250 00 

Junior Guild, Free Bed 250 00 

Orthopeedic Guild, Three 
Free Beds 750 00 

Mrs. Harold F. Hadden... . 10 00 
Mr. and Miss Hamersley. . . 20 co 



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Miss E. S. Hamilton lo co 

Miss E. S. Hamillon, Free 

Bed 250 00 

Mrs. Wm. P. Hamiltou. ... 25 00 

Mrs, John H. Hammond. . . 25 00 

Mrs. H. Hardenburgh 5 00 

J. Montgomery Hare 10 co 

Edwin S. Harkness 50 00 

Mrs. S. V. Harkness 100 00 

Mrs. E. H. Harriman 25 co 

Mrs. Thomas Hastings 10 00 

Charles Hathawa}' 25 00 

Mrs. H. O. Havemeyer. ... 10 00 

Samuel Hecht 5 co 

Henry Heide 10 00 

Iv. Heller & Son 3 00 

Hirsch Heller & Co 2 00 

Charles I. Henry 10 00 

A. Hermann 5 00 

Mrs. Esther Hermann 10 00 

Ferdinand Hermann 10 00 

Julius Flermann 5 00 

Joseph L,. Herzog 10 00 

Moses Hess 5 00 

Mrs. Alice R. Hesslein 5 00 

James J. Higginson 10 co 

Joseph Hirsch 5 00 

Mrs. Richard M. Hoe 15 00 

F, Burrall Hoffman 10 00 

Max G. Hopf 1000 

Mrs. Moses Hopkins 10 00 

L. M. Hornthal i 00 

Mrs. Morgan R. Howe .... 10 00 

Mrs. Henry E. Howland. . . 10 00 

Miss E. D. Hunt 10 00 

Mrs. Samantha L,. Hiintley. 10 00 

John S. Huyler 10 00 

Mrs. Henry B. Hyde, F'ree 

Bed 250 00 

Mrs. William T. Hyde 10 co 

Mrs. Ida Ikelheimer 5 co 

Independent Warschauer 

Sick Support Society .... 5 00 

I. Isaac 5 00 

Bendet Isaacs 5 00 

Theodore F. Jackson 20 00 

Mrs. Eliz. H. Jacques 10 00 

Mrs. Walter B. James 25 00 



A. B. Jenkins ... 25 00 

Mrs. Walter Jennings 10 00 

Mrs. M. K. Jesup 10 co 

Miss Senta S. Jonas 5 00 

Dwight A. Jones 10 00 

Mrs. Oliver L,. Jones 10 00 

Augustus D. Juilliard, Free 

Bed 250 00 

Frederic A. Juilliard 100 co 

Mrs. John Innes Kane 10 00 

Mrs. J. Kaufman 3 00 

Louis Kaufman 5 00 

Clarence H. Kelsey 25 00 

John S. Kennedy 100 00 

Mrs. John S. Kennedy 10 00 

Ad. Keppelman 5 00 

Mr. & Mrs. W. S. Kemeys . 10 00 

Miss Alice Keteltas 10 00 

Mrs. W. M. Kinghland 10 co 

James Klaber 10 00 

Miss Adele Kueeland 10 00 

Leo, Edward and Joseph 

Kohnstamm 15 00 

Charles M. Koplik 5 00 

Samuel Kraus 10 00 

Roland S. Kursheedt 10 00 

August V. Lambert 5 co 

W. G. Langdon 10 00 

J. Langeloth 10 00 

Sigmund Langsdoif i 00 

J. Leon Lascof 2 00 

John B. Lawrence 10 00 

Mrs, James T. Leavitt, 

Free Bed 250 00 

R. L. Lester 2 00 

Samuel H. Levey 5 00 

Abe Lewengood 10 00 

Adolph Lewisohn 10 00 

Albert Lewisohn 25 00 

Richard Limburg 50 00 

Mrs. Lowell Lincoln 5 co 

David Lippmann 10 00 

Mrs. Goodhue Livingston.. 100 co 

Wm. C. Lobenstine 25 00 

James Loeb 100 00 

Herman Lowenstein 25 00 

Lewis A. London 5 00 



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Neuinan London lo oo 

Mrs. Geo. de Forest Lord. . lo co 

Sethlxj-vv lo oo 

Otto Lowengard lo oo 

E.L.Ludlow lo oo 

Mrs. L. McL Luquer lo oo 

Wm. C. Lusk 500 

Malcolm MacMartin 10 00 

Mrs. J. G. McCullough 10 00 

Miss C. G. McCurdy 15 00 

George L. McAlpin 10 00 

Henry K. McHarg 250 00 

John S. McLean 20 00 

Mrs. John W. Mackay 250 00 

Wm. V. Martin 500 

Frank W. May 10 00 

Rev. H. P. Mendes 2 00 

E. Menline 10 00 

A.H.Meyers 1000 

E. L. Meyers 5 00 

Miss Meinhard i 00 

Morton H. Meinhard 10 00 

D.O.Mills 25000 

Mrs. J. W. Minturn 10 00 

Mrs. R. S. Minturn, One- 
fifth Free Bed 50 00 

Mrs. Alfred Mitchell 5° 00 

Mrs. J. Murray Mitchell. . . 10 00 
Mr. & Mrs. Geo. B. Moffatt 10 00 

Victor Morawetz 100 00 

Mrs. E. D. Morgan 25 00 

Geo. H. Morgan 10 00 

Mrs, J. Pierpont Morgan. . . 10 00 

J. Morningstar 10 00 

Mr. & Mrs. S. Mortimer 

Free Bed 250 00 

Mrs. Levi P. Morton 10 00 

Wm. F. Mott 25 00 

Charles A. Munn 75 00 

Mrs. H. W. Munroe 10 00 

Mrs. J. Archibald Murray.. 20 00 
Marcus A. Myers 5 00 

Neugass Bros 5 00 

Mrs, Gordon Norrie 5 00 

Mrs. C. McW, B. Noyes.,. 30 00 

Mrs, Charles W, Ogden 10 00 

Geo. M. Olcott 2500 



R. M. Olyphant 10 00 

Mrs. Emerson Opdycke 5 00 

Simon Oppenheimer 10 00 

Orthopsedic Hospital 

Sewmg Society, Free Bed 250 00 

Mrs. H. Fairfield Osborn. . . 5 00 

Mrs. Wm. Church Osborn. . 10 00 

Miss E. A. Osgood 5 00 

Simon E. Osserman 5 00 

Max Ottinger 5 00 

Mrs. Henry Parish, Jr 10 00 

Mrs. E. Parmly 4 00 

Mrs. Charles A. Peabody. . . 5 00 

Mrs. Frederick Pearson 25 00 

Rev. Alfred Duane Pell 10 00 

Herbert C. Pell 10 00 

Mrs. A, M. E. Peters 10 00 

Mrs. C. E. H. Phillips 5 00 

John R. Planten 10 00 

Albert Plaut 10 00 

Ashton Howard Potter, 

One-fifth Free Bed 50 00 

Miss Grace H. Potter. 

One-fifth Free Bed 50 00 

Miss Mary R Prime 10 00 

Max Radt 10 00 

Miss Redmond 25 00 

Mrs. Whitelaw Reid, Free 

Bed 250 00 

Herman Reis 2 00 

Miss M. S. Remsen 5 00 

Mrs. Mary B. Ripley 10 00 

Mrs. Douglas Robinson .... 10 00 
Mrs. Douglas Robinson, 

One-third Free Bed §3 34 

Mrs. H. A. Robbins 5 00 

William Robison 10 00 

Mrs. William Robison 10 00 

Mrs. William Robison, 

One-half Free Bed 125 00 

Rev. C. M. Roome 10 00 

Theodore Roosevelt, One- 
third Free Bed 83 33 

Mrs. W. Emelen Roosevelt. 10 00 

M, Rosenshine 10 00 

S. Rosenstamm 10 00 

Sidney Rosenstein 10 00 

Miss Therese Rosenstein ... 5 00 



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Jacob Rothschild lo oo 

Edward Sachs 5 oo 

Mr. & Mrs.H. L,. Satterlee 50 00 

Julius Saul 5 00 

Miss Mary Hall Sayre 5 00 

Mrs. Simon Shafer 5 00 

Jacob H. Schiflf 100 00 

Mortimer L. Schiff 25 00 

Adolph Schneidler i 00 

Charles M. Schott, Jr 10 00 

H. Schwarz 10 00 

Henry F. Schwarz 10 00 

Mrs. Winfield Scott 5 00 

Miss Edith Scoville 25 00 

Miss Lois Church Scoville. 200 00 

Miss Mary Frances Scoville. 50 00 

George W. Seligman 20 00 

Isaac N. Seligman 10 00 

Jefferson Seligman 50 00 

Mrs. Alfred Seton 10 00 

E. B. Sexton 10 00 

Mrs. Eliot F. Shepard ico 00 

Charles A. Sherman 25 00 

Wm. Shillaber 25 00 

Alfred L. Simon & Co 10 00 

Benson Bennet Sloane 10 00 

Henry T. Sloane 200 00 

Mrs. W. D. Sloane 100 00 

Mrs. Edward A. Smith 50 00 

Mrs. J. Hopkins Smith 10 00 

James Ruf us Smith 10 00 

Wm. Alex. Smith 10 00 

Mrs. James Speyer 10 00 

Henry Steinhardt 5 00 

Fred T. Steinway 5 00 

Benj. Stern 25 00 

Wm. R. Stewart 10 00 

Mrs. Anson Phelps Stokes. . 25 00 

Mrs. Marion Story 100 00 

Byron L,. Strasburger 10 00 

Edward Strasser 5 00 

Mrs. B. Strauss 5 00 

Charles Strauss 10 00 

Frederick Strauss 25 00 

A. Strykower 2 00 

Mrs. Walter L. Suydam .... 10 00 

Louis S. Stroock 10 00 



Edward N. Tailer 10 oO 

Mrs. Wm. H. Tailer 10 00 

Leon Tanenbaum 20 00 

Wm. J. Taylor 10 00 

Thomas Thacher 20 co 

W. V. S. Thorne 10 00 

Mrs. E. A. Thouron 5 00 

Mrs. Wm. H. Tillinghast. . 5 00 

Tiffany & Co 25 00 

Mrs. J. Kennedy Tod, One- 
fifth Free Bed 50 00 

Mrs. Wm. W. Tompkins. . . 25 00 

J. Tromstine 20 00 

Alfred Tuckerman 10 00 

Mrs. Paul Tuckerman 15 00 

Mr. & Mrs. R. Turnbull ... 5 00 

Mrs. H. McK. Twombly. . . 100 00 

Sigmund Ullman 5 00 

C. S. Untermyer 5 00 

Mrs. Vanderbilt 100 00 

Geo. B. Vanderpoel 10 00 

Z. Van Raalte 10 00 

B. Veit 5 00 

A. Voltter 5 00 

H. C. Von Post 2500 

Mrs. Geo. Cabot Ward 10 00 

Wm. T. Wardwell 10 00 

Mrs. Geo. Henry Warren . . 25 00 

Mrs. J. Hobart Warren. ... 50 00 

Mrs. W. Seward Webb 100 00 

Evert Jansen Wendell 50 00 

Mrs. G. G. Wheelock 5 00 

Miss Caroline White 20 00 

Nathaniel Whitman 100 00 

Miss E. C. Whitney 10 00 

Miss E. C. Whitney, 

Free Bed 250 00 

Wm. Wicke 20 00 

Mrs. Wm. G. Wilcox 5 00 

Howard Willets 50 00 

Mrs. Henry S. Wilson 10 00 

Bronson V/inthrop 100 00 

Misses Wismer 25 00 

Mrs. F. S. Witherbee 10 00 

Mrs. Henry Witte 5 00 

Mrs. Anna WoerishoefFer. . . 100 00 

Mrs. Lewis S. Wolff 10 00 

General S. L. Woodford .... 10 00 



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DONATIONS. 

From September 30, 1908, to October i, 1909. 






Acorn $ 10 00 

Anon I 00 

Henry Bodenheimer 5 00 

Marie Bramwell 10 00 

Edward C. Blum 10 00 

Herbert Barry 5 00 

Henry Bernheim 10 co 

Lewis A. Cushman 25 00 

Mrs. Robert Fulton Craig. . 5 00 

Miss M. H. Dehon 25 00 

Mrs. Eugene DuBois 5 00 

Lewis S. Davis 5 00 

Edward J. de Coppet 10 00 

Mrs. John R. Delafield 10 00 

Henry Dormitzer 10 00 

J. Feldman i 00 

Grace Church 10 00 

Mrs. Collis P. Huntington . 500 00 

August Hecksher 500 00 

Mr. & Mrs. W. L. Harkness 50 00 

Mrs. Esther Herrman 10 00 

E. T. Holmes 10 00 

Julius Heinman 5 00 

Hospital Saturday and 

Sunday Association 2708 10 

Ida Ikelheimer 5 00 

Delancey K. Jay 100 00 

Isaac Kommel 5 00 



Mrs. Geo. de F. Lord. 
Albert Lewisohn 



25 00 
10 00 



Mite Box 10 10 

Enoch Morgans Sons Co . . . 10 00 

S. Mendelson 5 00 

Jos. L. B. Mayer 10 00 

Walter E. Maynard 100 00 

Mrs. Agnes A. Miuford. ... 5 co 

Percy S. Pyne 500 00 

Mrs. Moses T. Pyne 10 00 

Henry Phipps 250 00 

Mrs. Wheeler H. Peckham. 200 00 

John R. Planten 10 00 

Mrs. W. H. Page 10 00 

Mrs. Pulitzer 25 00 

A. Rothbarth 10 00 

Aaron Ratner 5 00 

Selig Rosenbaum 10 00 

Mrs. Russell Sage 2000 00 

Geo. Wales Soren 5 00 

Wm. Alex. Smith 5 00 

H. Scharff. 10 00 

Samuel Schlesinger 2 00 

Henry Steinhardt 10 00 

Mrs. James Timpson 10 00 

Eugene Vallens 5 00 

M. Weinburgh 10 00 

Mrs. H. Witte 3 00 

Jacob H. Werbelovsky 10 co 



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DONATIONS FOR SPECIAL PURPOSES. 

From September 30, 1908, to October i, 1909. 

Park Drives : 

Orthoptedic Hospital Sewing Society ^ 50 00 

Mrs. Robert S. Brewster 25 00 

Mrs. Douglas Robinson 25 00 

Fund for Braces : 

Ortliopeedic Hospital Sewing Society 250 00 

X-Ray Fund : 

Miss E. S. Hamilton 500 00 

Potato Fund : 

Boys' Guild 200 00 

Junior Guild 175 co 

Ice Cream and Cake Fund : 

Mrs. W. D. Sloane 100 00 

Junior Guild 20 00 

Orthopaedic Hospital Sewing Society 50 00 

Boys' Guild 25 00 

Special Nurses Salary Fund : 

Mrs. "Whitelaw Reid 700 00 

Mrs. Marion Story 700 00 

Mrs. W. D. Sloane , 700 00 

Mrs. Fred. W. Vanderbilt 700 00 

Gymnasium Fund : 

Miss Caroline White 700 00 

Henry C. Frick 1,600 00 

Mrs. J. F. Cullman 25 00 

A Friend Through Dr. Wallin 75 00 

Fruit Fund : 

A Friend 10,00 

Miss E. S. Hamilton 10 00 

Mrs. J. H. Warren 10 00 

Junior Guild 20 00 

Mrs. Douglas Robinson , 10 00 

Mrs Chas. de Rham 5 00 

Mrs. H. S. Wilson 10 00 

Miss Whitney 8 00 

Boys' Guild 25 00 

Mrs. M. Dwight Collier 5 00 

Mrs. Henry I. Barbey 25 00 

Fund for Permanent Building : 

Mrs. Collis P. Huntington 10,000 00 



SCHOOIv FUND. 
From September 30, 1908, to October i, 1909. 

CREDIT. 

Mrs. H. McK. Twombly $ 50 00 

Miss Julia L. Delafield 5 00 

Miss E. S. Hamilton 10 00 

Mrs. W. D. Sloane 5° 00 

Mrs. Andrew Carnegie 50 00 

Mrs. H. E. Howland 10 00 

September 30, 1909, Balance overdrawn 619 23 794 23 

DEBIT. 

October i, 1908, Balance overdrawn $394-23 

Teachers Salary, 8 months 400 . 00 794 . 23 

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ENDOWED BEDS. 

IN PERPETUITY. 

1883. By Miss C. B. Hicks, continued in perpetuity by Buchanan 

Winthrop. 
1886. By Mrs. Elizabeth Milbank Anderson, four beds, In Memoriam 

"J. Milbank Anderson." 
1891. By Mr. Alfred Corning Clark, three beds. 

1891. By Mr. Edward Severin Clark, two beds, to be known as the 

' ' Edward Severin Clark Beds. 

1892. By Mrs. Henry R. Winthrop. 

1893. By Mrs. William D. Sloane, In Memoriam ' ' Wm. D. Sloane, Jr. ' ' 
1893. By James K. Gracie, In Memoriam "Anna Bulloch Gracie." 

1893. By Miss Sarah B. Gibbes. 

1894. By Mrs. Richard T3-lden Auchmut^-, two beds. In Memon.' of 

Richard T3'lden Auchmuty. 
1894. By James H. Jones. 
1896. By Mrs. William Astor, In Memory of Helen Roosevelt. 

1896. By Mrs. Evan T. Walker, In Memory of John J. Walker. 

1897. By Mrs. William D. Sloane, two beds, one bed In Memoriam. 

" Maria Louisa Vanderbilt, " and one In Memoriam 
" Emilie Vanderbilt Burden." 

1898. By Mrs. Charles B. Alexander, named the Harriet Alexander 

bed, for her daughter. 
1901. By Mrs. N. A. Baldwin, In Memory of Louise Suydam Duer. 
1901. By Mrs. Benjamin Brewster, In Memoriam Benjamin Brewster. 
1 90 1. By Henry T. Sloane, Jesse and Emily Sloane Bed endowed by 

their father. 

1901. By Mrs. Marion Story, In Memory of M. Furman Hunt. 

1902. By James Henrv Smith, two beds. In Memory of George 

Smith. 
1902. By Miss Emily A. Watson, In Memory of Mrs. Mar>^ J. Walker. 
1904. By Miss Cornelia Prime, In Memorj- of her brother Temple 

Prime. 
1904. By Miss Helen Phipps. 

1904. By James K. Gracie, In Memorj' of Esther Gracie Ogden. 
1906. By Miss Caroline White. 
1906. By Mrs. M. Dwight Collier, In Memorj- of Maurice Dwight 

Collier. 
1908. By Mrs. H. N. Munn, Mrs. Augusta Munn Tilnej-, Orson D. 

Munn and Charles A. Munn, In Memory- of Henry 

Norcross Munn. 

Total Beds Endowed in Perpetuity, 35. 



The sum of $5,000 endows a bed in perpetuity : and tlie sum 
of $250 entitles the donor to a bed for one year. 

Form of Certificate to the Donor of an 
Endowed Bed in Perpetuity. 

TAzs IS to Certify thai the Neiv York Orthopaedic Dispensary 

and Hospital through its Trustees has received from 

. herein designated as the donor, a fu7id of 

Five Thousaiid Dollars, for the purpose of founding and main- 
taining in accordance with its corporate powers an endowed bed 
in its Hospital in perpetual memory nt . 

The donor shall have the privilege of nominating the occupant of 
said bed but such nomination and the use of said bed shall be 
subject to all such rules and regulations governing endowed beds, 
and providing for the treatment, reception and discharge of t>atients 
as now exists or which may hereafter be enacted by the Board of 
Trustees of said Dispensary a7id Hospital. 

Witness this corporate seal of the New York Orthopcsdic Dispensaty ana 

Hospital and the signatures of two of its officers, this day of 

one thousand 7tine hundred and 



Secretary. Presideyit. 



YBARIvY BEDS. 

ENDOWED DURING 1909. 

1878. Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt's children, In Memory of "Their 
Mother," by Theodore Roosevelt, Mrs. W. S. Cowles, 
JNIrs. Douglas Robinson. 

1 88 1. By Miss E. C. Whitney. 

1886. By Mrs. James A. Burden. 

1890. By Mrs. Charles B. Alexander. 

1891. By Mrs. James T. Leavitt. 
1891. By Mrs. R. Fulton Cutting. 
1894. By Mrs. Charles B. Alexander. 

1894. By Children's Fund, In Memory of Mrs. James K. Gracie. 

1895. By Orthopsedic Guild, In Memory of Ella F. J. Carpender. 

1896. By Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Mortimer, In Memory of Anna Hall 

Roosevelt. 

1896. By Orthopaedic Hospital Sewing Society. 

1897. By Orthopaedic Guild. 
1897. By Orthopaedic Guild. 

1899. By Mrs. J. Kennedy Tod, Mrs. Robert S. Minturn, Miss 
Grace Howard Potter and Ashton Howard Potter, In 
Memory of their father and mother, Howard Potter and 
his wife. 

1899. By Mrs. William Robison and William Chauncey Floyd-Jones, 

In Memory of Caroline A. and William Floyd- Jones. 

1900. By Mrs. George Jay Gould. 

1900. By Junior Orthopaedic Guild. 

1901. By Mrs. S. Barton French's children. In Memory of their aunt 

and uncle, Clarice and Hewitt Fearn. 
1901. By Mrs. Henry B. Hyde, In Memory of Henry B. Hj^de, Jr. 

1 90 1. By Mrs. Whitelaw Reid, " Church of the Incarnation Bed." 

1902. By Miss E. S. Hamilton, In Memory of J. Augustus and 

Mary W. Hamilton. 
1904. By the Boys' Guild. 

1904. By A. D. Juilliard. 

1905. By Julian B. Clark. 
1905. By George Crocker. 

1908. By Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Brewster. 

Total Be;ds Endowe;d in 1909, 26. 
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PL A Y-HOUSE BUILT BY THE YOUNGER BOYS 




TREA TMENT OF ACUTE CASES OF BONE TUBERCULOSIS- 
FRESH AIR, SUNSHINE, GOOD FOOD AND REST 



DONATIONS TO THE HOSPITAL. 

IN MATERIAL. 

From January First, 1909, to December Thirty- first, 1909. 

JANUARY. 
Six Turkeys, ..... John McDermott 

Ice Cream twice weekly for Matron's Table, . . S. Cushmans Sons 

Pint of Cream daily for Matron's Table, . . T. O. Smiths Sons 

Flowers, . . . . . . Mrs. George Burger 

Twenty-four bunches of Celery, peck of String Beans, six 

Cauliflowers, fourteen Pineapples, . . T. Meyers & Brother 

Four copies of St. Nicholas, for January, . . Mrs. Russell Sage 

Picture Papers, ..... Mrs. Adam Campbell 

Flowers, N. Y. City Branch, National Plant, Flower and Fruit Guild 

Five copies St. Nicholas, five copies Chatterbox for the year, 

Mrs. William D. Sloane 

FEBRUARY. 
Three Dollars for Endowment Fund, ... A Friend 

(Through Miss Dunlop) 
Four copies St. Nicholas for February, . . Mrs. Russell Sage 

Flowers, N. Y. City Branch, National Plant, Flower and Fruit Guild 

Scrap Books, 

The Junior Mission Band, Presbyterian Church, Cold Spring, N. Y. 
(Through Mrs. Ellen N. Nelson) 
Toys, ....... Mrs. Collins 

Flowers, N. Y. City Branch, National Plant, Flower and Fruit Guild 

(Through Mrs. Douglas Robinson) 

MARCH. 

Three barrels of Potatoes, one barrel of Turnips, one barrel Apples, 

Mrs. John Hobart Warren 
Five Dollars, Scrap Book, . . . Mrs. J. Warren Goddard 

Scrap Books, ... .. . . Mrs. W. M. Francis 

Two pairs of Shoes, ..... Miss E. Burke 

Four copies of St. Nicholas for March, . . Mrs. Russell Sage 

Ice Cream, Cake, Punch and Judy and Juggling, Mrs. Douglas Robinson 
Books, ...... Miss Louise C. Field 

Dolls, ...... Mrs. M. K. Townsend 

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Candy from the sale held at Mrs. Alexander's House for the Country 
Home for Convalescent Babies, Sea Cliff, N. J., 

Mrs. Charles B. Alexander 
Pair Crutches, ...... Miss Alice Morton 

APRIL. 
Shells, Candy, ...... Dr. Wallin 

Calendars, ..... Mrs. Anna S. Courtenay 

Sixty-five Easter Eggs, . . . Mrs. Seth Barton French 

Fourteen quarts of Ice Cream, ninety-five Cakes, Mrs. Marion Story 

Six Plants, . . .St. James Church, Madison Avenue 

Flowers, .... Mrs. Henry Hutchinson HoUister 

Twenty-five Dollars for Endowment Fund, . McGibbon & Co. 

(Through Miss Dunlop) 
Four copies St. Nicholas for April, . . . Mrs. Russell Sage 

Toys, Clothes and Hats, ..... Mrs. S. Collins 
Ten Dollars for Fruit Fund, . . . Mrs. Douglas Robinson 

(Through Miss Dunlop) 
Five Dollars for Fruit Fund, . . . Mrs. Charles de Rham 

(Through Miss Dunlop) 
Books and Games, .... Miss Louise Clinton Field 

Cherry Blooms, The Junior Circle, St. Thomas Church, Mamaroneck, N. Y. 

(Through Mrs. E. N. Delano) 
Flowers, N. Y. City Branch, National Plant, Flower and Fruit Guild 

Games, ....... No Name 

MAY. 
Water Cooler for Hall, .... Mrs. Marion Story 

Books, ....... Mrs. Chappell 

Flowers, . . . National Plant, Flower and Fruit Guild 

Flowers, ....... Warendorf 

Flowers, ...... Raymond Cocks 

Toys, ...... Mrs. M. R. Rothchild 

Curtains for Matron's Room, Games, Dolls, China Set, box of Rhubarb, 

Mrs. M. Dwight Collier 
Four copies St. Nicholas for May, . . . Mrs. Russell Sage 

Flowers, ...... Miss Chapen's School 

Flowers, .... Mrs. William John Matheson 

Flowers, . . . The Charlton School, Supt. Mrs. Howard 

(Through National Plant, Flower and Fruit Guild) 

JUNE. 
Two boxes Rhubarb, .... Mrs. M. Dwight Collier 

Flowers, ...... Raymond Cocks 

Clothes, Toys and Books, .... Miss Anna A. Thome 

Flowers, weekly, .... Mount Kisco Branch 

(Through Mrs. Russell A. Hibbs) 
Dolls, ...... Miss Helen Tuohey 

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Shoes, ........ Miss Triier 

Three copies St. Nicholas for June, . . Mrs. Russell Sage 

Toys and Paper Dolls, ..... The Messrs. Pollitzer 

Toys, .... Miss Margaret Richard Trimble 

Flowers, Strawberries and Spinach, . . Mount Kisco Branch 

(Through Mrs. Russell A. Hibbs) 
Flowers, ....... Dr. Wallin 

Flowers, ..... Miss Laura S. Livingston 

JULY. 
Weekly Drives for Hospital Children, Crippled Children's Driving Fund 
Crutches, Braces and Shoes, . . . . . Mrs. Henderson 

Flowers, Vegetables, weekly, 

Mount Kisco Branch, National Plant, Flower and Fruit Guild 
(Through Mrs. Russell A. Hibbs) 
Basket of Peas, ..... S. Myers & Brother 

Two boxes Antiseptic Gauze, .... Miss Kate Norwood 

Flowers, weekly . . . . . Miss E. T. Clevenger 

Four copies St. Nicholas for July, . . . Mrs. Russell Sage 

Flowers, . . . . . W. C. T. U., Marlboro, N. Y. 

Flowers, . . . . . . Miss E. W. Dodge 

(Through National Plant, Flower and Fruit Guild) 

AUGUST. 
Flowers, ...... Miss E. W. Dodge 

(Through National Plant, Flower and Fruit Guild) 
Flowers, . . . . W. C. T. U., Marlboro, N. Y. 

Peas, Beans, six boxes of Grapes, . . . T. Myers & Brother 

Flowers, weekly, .... Miss E. T. Clevenger 

"Weekly Drives for Hospital Children, Crackers and Milk served 

in Park, . . . Crippled Children's Driving Fund 

Flowers, Vegetables, weekly. 

Mount Kisco Branch, National Plant, Flower and Fruit Guild 
(Through Mrs. Russell A. Hibbs) 
Six glasses of Jelly, . . . Mrs. Edgar S. Auchincloss 

(Through the National Plant, Flower and Fruit Guild) 
Toys, ...... Miss Dorothy Dominick 

Flowers, Vegetables, weekly, . . . Mrs. Dougla? Robinson 

Box of Beets, ...... The Friends Club 

(Through Master McAllister Lloyd) 
Flowers, ...... Mrs. V, Guingberg 

(Through National Plant, Flower and Fruit Guild) 
Games, Country Branch, N. Y. Orthopaedic Dispensary and Hospital 

SEPTEMBER. 
Flowers, weekly, ..... Mrs. V. Guingberg 

(Through N. Y. Branch, National Plant, Flower and Fruit Guild) 

Flowers, Vegetables, weekly, .... Mt. Kisco Branch 

(Through Mrs. Russell A. Hibbs) 

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Peas, Beans, six baskets of Grapes, . . T. Myers & Brother 

Games, Country Branch, N. Y. Orthopaedic Dispensary and Hospita 

Flowers, . . . . . N. Y. Flower Mission 

Two pairs Crutches, Dolls and Toys, . . . Mrs. Taylor 

Barrel of Vegetables, .... Mrs. Henry Marquand 

Flowers, . . . National Plant, Flower and Fruit Guild 

Four copies St. Nicholas for September, . . Mrs. Russell Sage 

Fifteen Dollars Endowment Fund, . . T. O. Smiths Sons 

(Through Miss Dunlop) 
Box of Tomatoes, ...... No Name 

Barrel of Vegetables, .... Mrs. Walter Suydam 

Invitation for Hospital Patients, twenty-five Dispensary Patients, 
Nurses and four Maids, to see Hudson Fulton Parades from 
Mrs. Sloane's House, .... Mrs. W. D. Sloane 

Ice Cream, Cakes, Candy, Flags, Medals, for all, and also for those 

who could not go, .... Mrs. J. A. Burden, Jr. 

OCTOBFR. 

Two barrels of Apples, .... Mrs. Paul D. Cravath 

Tv/o pairs of Crutches, . . . . . F. H. Gorham 

Five barrels Vegetables, .... Mount Kisco Branch 

(Through Mrs. Russell A. Hibbs) 
Weekly Drives for Hospital Children, Crackers and Milk served 

in Park, . . . Crippled Children's Driving Fund 

Three barrels of Potatoes, one barrel of Apples, Mrs. John Hobart Warren 
Two Plated Sugar Bowls, one Plated Butter Dish for Nurses Table, A Friend 
Ten barrels of Apples,, . . . George Croker, Esq. 

Flowers and Jelly, ..... Mrs. V. Guingberg 

(Through National Plant, Flower and Fruit Guild) 
Five copies St. Nicholas for October, . . Mrs. Russell Sage 

Knife Cleaner, ...... Mrs. Marion Story 

Linoleum for Doctor's Bedroom, also for Pantr}', 

Mrs. Charles B. Alexander 

NOVEMBB'R. 

Ten Dollars for Fruit Fund, . . . . .A Friend 

(Through Miss Dunlop) 
Braces and Shoes, ..... Mrs. Chappell 

Three barrels of Apples, .... Mrs. William D. Sloane 
Santa Claus Car, . . . . Master Counter Dickinson 

Four copies St. Nicholas for November, . . Mrs. Russell Sage 

Two barrels of Apples, .... George Crocker, Esq. 

Six Turkeys, six bunches of Celery, six quarts of Cranberries, 

Mrs. Charles B. Alexander 
Forty Scrap Brooks, . Kindergarten Class, Ethical Culture School 

(Through Miss Tracy and Miss Rendale) 

Jelly, ..... Rhinecliii Memorial Building 

(Through National Plant, Flower and Fruit Guild) 

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One box Oranges, one box Grapes, Prunes, Nuts, Jelly, one 

basket Apples, . . Fourth Grade Ethical Culture School 

(Through Miss Stillman) 

DECEMBER. 

Six Dollars for Potato P'und, .... A Friend 

(Through Miss Dunlop) 
Two bushels of Potatoes, two barrels of Turnips, Mrs. John Hobart Warren 
Flowers, ..... Mrs. William Sloane 

(Through N. Y. City P>ranch National Plant, Flower and Fruit Guild) 
Flowers, ..... Mrs. Robert R. Livingston 

(Through N. Y. City Branch, National Plant, Flower and Fruit Guild) 
Box of Vegetables, .... Mrs. Douglas Robinson 

Six Dolls, ....... No Name 

Two barrels of Apples, 

Mt. Kisco Branch, National Plant, Flower and Fruit Guild 
Edison Phonograph, .... Charles A. Munn, Esq. 

Cornucopias with Candy, . . . Mrs. Chappell and Miss Graves 

Toys, ...... New York Soap Works 

Four copies St. Nicholas for December, . . Mrs. Russell Sage 

One case of Peas, ..... Fiske & Brown 

Thirty pounds of Tea for Dispensary Families, Frederic Kemochan, Esq. 
Flowers, ...... Miss Chapen's School 

Present for each Child in the Ward and Books for Nurses, 

Mrs. William D. Sloane 
Dolls and Books, .... Mrs. James A. Burden 

Six Turkeys, ..... John McDermott 

Christmas Tree, Present for each Hospital Child, also Presents 

for twenty-five Dispensary Patients, . . Miss Whitney 

Toys, ....... No Name 

Scrap Books and Toys, ...... No Name 

Toys, ...... Eugene Delano Esq. 



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COMMITTEES 

OF THE 

Country Brancb anb flnbuatrial Scbool 



Committee from the Board of Trustees. 

FRANK L. POI.K, Chairman. 
WM. ADAMS DELANO, DBLANCKY K. JAY, 

ROBERT S. BREWSTER, CHARLES A. MUNN. 

Committee from Board of Supervisors. 

Mrs. CHARLES B. ALEXANDER, Chairman. 
Miss E. S. HAMILTON, Miss E. C. WHITNEY. 

Country Committee. 

Miss EMILY A. WATSON, Chairman. 
Mrs. RUSSELL A. HIBBS, Sec'y, Mrs. GALLOWHER, 

Mrs. WM. REYNOLDS BROWN, Mrs. SPILKER, 

Mrs. HOWARD FOSTER, FREDERIC H. ALLEN, 

Miss SCHMIDT, EDWARD V. POTTER, 

Mrs. CUMNOCK, HOWARD WILLETS. 

Auditing Committee. 

Miss WATSON, Mrs. HOWARD FOSTER, 

Mrs. SPILKER. 

House Committee. 

Mrs. WM. REYNOLDS BROWN, Mrs. HOWARD FOSTER, 

Miss SCHMIDT, Mrs. RUSSELL A. HIBBS, 

Mrs. GALLOWHER. 

Purchasing Committee. 

Mrs. RUSSELL A. HIBBS, Mrs. CUMNOCK, 

Miss WATSON. 

Christmas Committee. 

Mrs. HOWARD FOSTER, Mrs. GALLOWHER, 

Miss WATSON. 

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STAFF 

FOR I9J0. 

Country Brancb anb Unbustnal ScbooL 



Medical Staff. 

Surgeon-in-Chief, 
RUSSELL A. HIBBS, M. D. 

Consulting Physician, Consulting Opthalmologist, 

H. ERNST SCHMID, M. D. FRANBI NEWTON IRWIN, M. D. 

Resident Surgeons, Dental Surgeon. 

FRED. D. WILLIAMS, M. D. D. AUSTIN SNIFFIN, D. D. S. 

ROBT. E. HUMPHRIES, M. D. 



House Staff. 

Superintendent, 
CHARLES H. BURR. 

Assistant Superintendent, Principal of School, 

Miss MARGUERITE SHERMAN. Miss FRANCES E. BALDWIN. 

House-Mothers, 
Mrs. SCHOTTLE, Miss LABAREE, Miss GOULD 



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REPORT FROM THE COUNTRY BRANCH. 

To the Trustees of the New York Orthopcedic 
Dispensary and Hospital. 

Gentlemen : 

The Country Branch is steadily developing the details of its 
administration, and the difl&cult problem of combining the medical 
side of the work and the educational, -without allowing one side 
to predominate, thus failing in the desired results, has been 
happily avoided, and it is certainly a matter for rejoicing to see 
the wonderful results that have been effected by the medical 
skill and constant study, so that results have been obtained that 
ten years ago would have been pronounced impossible. 

The boys are doing very well in carpentering as is evidenced 
by the bungalow that they have built, and in work done in the 
manual training room, and several of them passed a very creditable 
examination at the State's Regent at White Plains. 

Several of the girls have also done well at the Regent's 
examination, and we are endeavoring to give them an education 
that will enable them to become teachers and stenographers, but 
we also desire to give them the training in sewing that will fit 
them to make all their own clothes, and in the cooking classes 
are being taught not only how to cook, but also the price of 
food, ard its proper selection, and they are lamentably ignorant 
in all such matters, and we do not desire to neglect that part of a 
girls training that will make her useful in the home. 

We regret to report the resignation of Miss McDonald, whose 
executive ability and great interest in the work, has done much 
to carry it through successfully in its early history, and she has 
endeavored to give the new Superintendent, Mr. Burr, all the 
help that her experience could give him in the details of the 
work, and w^e wish her all possible happiness in her new life. 

Mr. Harris has also resigned and is succeeded by Mr. Bayne, 
and we desire to express the satisfaction which has been felt in 
Mr. Harris' teaching of the boys in the manual training depart- 
ment, as he never permitted any careless work, and always 
endeavored to exact obedience and inculcate right principles. 

We wish to express our hearty thanks for the increasing 
interest that is being shown in the Institution, by the gift of 
books and other articles, and the many efforts that have been 
made to give the children pleasure in various ways, illustrated 
lectures, gramophone, entertainments and concerts, and tag day 
brought them automobile rides. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Emily A. Watson, 

Chairmaji. 

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of % Ol0untrg Iranrij anb inJiustnal i>rIjooL 

7"^ />^(f Trustees of the New York 

OrthopcBdic Dispensary and Hospital. 

Gentlemen : 

It was my privilege to become Superintendent of the Country 
Branch on August ist of this year. In taking up the new duties 
it is gratifying to find that the work is progressing in a satisfactory 
manner and that the opportunity for servnce is large. The 
general health is excellent, the spirit of co-operation among the 
staff is every where evident and the responsibilities cheerfully 
assumed by the children exceed by far those undertaken by 
children of the same age in private life. Some of the duties 
consist of work in the dining rooms, laundry, cubicles and 
school rooms. 

The average number of patients during the past year has been 
119 and the average age of those in the hospital on September 
30, 1909, was 1 1.3 years. On the same day there were 127 
patients in the hospital, 115 of whom were in attendance at 
school. 

The school work is good and steadily improving. The 
industrial and commercial side of the work is somewhat different 
than that in public school courses in that practical application of 
the principles taught is furnished by work for the hospital in 
repairing wood-work, mending clothes and linen, covering braces 
and in o£B.ce work. The graded school work follows generally 
the courses outlined by the New York State Education Depart- 
ment. To supplement this work the children are also given 
courses in manual training, sewing and cooking. Upon the 

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completion of the elementary school work the child's whole time 
is spent in cabinet making, wood-turning, dress making or 
stenography and typewriting. Five hours a day are spent by the 
older children in school work. 

The brace shop recently installed is not yet in full working 
order, although it now makes all the new braces needed here and 
repairs all broken ones. It is furnished with the latest patterns 
of machinery and is equipped to do the most perfect work in the 
construction of orthopaedic apparatus. 

The past summer has seen a great change in the grounds. 
They have been laid out, graded and planted with shrubs and 
small trees. Two play-grounds for the boys and girls are 
included in the plan. 

The number of visitors at the Country Branch during the 
year indicates an increasing interest in the work we are doing. 
Several inspections have been made by those contemplating 
similar work in different parts of the country. Many are now 
looking to us for definite results. Children are being cured, 
educated and discharged, fitted, we think, to meet life's duties. 
How practical and efl&cient our work is can only be estimated in 
the light of the children's ability to contribute to the world's 
work and service. To the accomplishment of this end our 
whole attention is directed. 

Respectfully submitted, 

CHAS. H. BURR, 

Superintendent. 



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DONATIONS TO THE COUNTRY BRANCH. 

IN MATERIAL. 
From September Thirtieth, 1908, to October First, 1909. 



OCTOBFR, 1908. 
Magazines, ..... 
Games and Lantern Slides, 
Grapes and Flowers, 

Flowers, ..... 

Fruit, ..... 

NOVEMBER. 
Clothes, ..... 

Books, 

Phonograph Entertainment, 
Money for Entertainment, . 
Flowers, 

Bunch of Bananas, . 
One dozen Cups and Saucers, . 
Books, 

Grapes, . . • . 

Box of Oranges, 
Box of Oranges, .... 

Magician for Thanksgiving Day, . Mrs. R 



Mrs. R. T. Wainright 

Mrs. H. E. Foster 

Mrs. Whitelaw Reid 

. Mrs. Whitelaw Reid 

White Plains Market 

Mrs. W. G. Gallowher 

Mr. F. S. Barnum 

. Mrs. Howard Foster 

Mrs. Blake 

. Mrs. Whitelaw Reid 

Samuel Hopper Co. 

Mrs. R. A. Hibbs 

Mr. H. T. Sloane 

White Plains Market 

Samuel Hopper Co. 

. N. Y. Fruit Market 

A. Hibbs and Mrs. Blake 



DECEMBER. 



Boy's Clothes, . 

Boy's Coat, . 

Tree and Oranges, 

Children's Christmas Presents, 

Oranges and Greens, 

Basket of Fruit, 

Toys and Books, 

Boy's Clothes, 

School Cards and Books, 

Boys' Books for Library, 

Candy, . . . . 

Clothes, . . . 

Dress Goods, 



Mr. C. H. Hill 

Mrs. F. N. Irwin 

. White Plains Fruit Market 

Miss E. A. Watson 

Samuel Hopper Co. 

N. Y. Fruit Market 

Mrs. Borden 

Mrs, Ferris 

Transition Class, Hillside Avenue 

Mrs. C. C. Cuyler 

Miss E. A. Watson 

Mrs. Thiede 

. Mr. A. Iv. Campbell 



One hundred and eighteen Charlotte Russes, 



N. A. Cushman 



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Hymn Books, ..... 

Bibles, ...... 

Matinee for all Children, 
Transportation to Theatre, all Children, 
Toys, 

JANUARY, 1909. 

Ten Dollars for Entertainments, 

(Through Mrs. R. A. Hibbs) 



Pictures, 




Flowers, 






FEBRUARY. 


Clothes, 




Flowers, 




Pictures for School, 






MARCH. 


Flowers, 




Candy, . 





Miss Watson 

Miss Watson 

Newell's Theatre 

Mr. J. H. Calhoun 

N. Y. Soap Works 



Mr. Frank L. Polk 
Mr. Joseph Dexter 



Mrs. J. H. Hamm 

Mrs. Whitelaw Reid 

Mr. Frank Tv. Polk 



Mrs. Whitelaw Reid 
Mr. Robert S. Brewster 



APRIL. 



Ice Cream, . 

Entertainment, 

Book Marks, 

Magazines and Puzzles, 

Theatre Party 

Two Trolleys for Theatre Party, 

Shoes and Stockings, 

Easter Flowers, 

Colliers Weekly, 

Youths Companion 

Easter Flowers, 

Maple Sugar, 



Game Table, 

Entertainments, 

Plants and Flowers, 

Books, 

Books, 

Money for Entertainment, 



Flowers and Plants, 
Toys, etc.. 
Cask of Vinegar, 



MAY. 



JUNE. 



Mr. Joseph Dexter 

Mr. Frank L. Polk 

Work and Play Club of Scarsdale 

Mrs. G. S. Huntington 

.' . Mr. George Newell 

Mr. J. C. Calhoun 

Mrs. Iv. L. Borden 

. Mr. Frank L. Polk 

Mr. Frank L. Polk 

Mr. Frank h. Polk 

Mr. Joseph Dexter 

Mrs. Franklyn Warner 



Mrs. H, E. Foster 

Mr. Dickinson 

Mrs, Whitelaw Reid 

Mrs. Russell A. Hibbs 

Mrs. R. H. Mount 

Mr. Frank L,. Polk 



Mrs. Whitelaw Reid 

Work and Play Club of Scarsdale 

Mr. Joseph Dexter 



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Flowers and Vegetables, .... Mrs. Whitelaw Reid 

Flowers, ...... Miss Phyllis Graves 

Two hundred and four Books, ..... Anonymous 

Toys, ...... Mrs. L. ly. Borden 

Books and Flowers, ..... Mrs. Joseph Dickie 

Vegetables, ...... Mrs. Whitelaw Reid 

Scribners Magazine, ...... Scribners 

Ladies Home Journal, Delineator, Harpers, American, Literary 

Digest, McClures, Munsey, . . . Mrs. Russell A. Hibbs 

Money for Books, .... Mrs. B. Learned Hand 

JULY. 

Candy, ..... Mr. Robert S. Brewster 

Ice Cream ...... Miss E. A. Watson 

Books, ...... Miss E. A. Watson 

Flowers and Vegetables, .... Mrs. Whitelaw Reid 

Berries, ..... White Plains Fruit Market 

AUGUST. 

Toys and Books, ...... Mrs. Reynal 

Books, ...... Miss Phyllis Graves 

Toys and Books, . . . Work and Play Club of Scarsdale 

Berries and Fruit, ..... Mrs. Whitelaw Reid 

SEPTEMBER. 

Peaches, ..... White Plains Market 

Toys, . . . . . . Mrs. G. M. Swift 

Scrap Books, .... Play Ground Children Dobbs Ferry 

Puzzles, ..... Miss Veits and Miss Graves 

Puzzles, ...... Mrs. Geo. Leith 

Clothes, ...... Mrs. J. De Morini 

Clothes, ...... Miss H. Wadham 



56 




BASEBALL 




SAND-BOX 



EIGHTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT 



OF tn-E 



Orthopaedic Guild 



OF THE 



126 East 59th Street. 



WITH A LIST OF MEMBERS. 



tticcvs. 



President, 
Mrs. AUGUSTE P. MONTANT. 

Treasurer, Secretary, 

Mrs. ALFRED WAGSTAFF. Mrs. W. S. ADAMS. 



Ipurcbastng Committee. 
Miss REMSEN. Mrs. McCOSKRY BUTT 



tbonovarg ^emDer. 

Mrs. CHARLES B. ALEXANDER. 



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MEMBERS. 



Mrs. W. S. Adams. 


Mrs. 


Huntington Norton. 


Mrs. A. T. Ashemore. 


Mrs. 


E. H. Floyd-Jones. 


Mrs. W. A. Bloodgood. 


Mrs. 


William Robison. 


Mrs. George Bullock. 


Miss Remsen. 


Mrs. McCoskry Butt. 


Mrs. 


J. E. Roosevelt. 


Mrs. J. Edgar Bull. 


Mrs. 


R. B. Roosevelt. 


Mrs. Le Grand L. Benedict. 


Mrs. 


Norman B. Ream. 


Mrs. Charles L,. Baylis. 


Mrs. 


Gerard Stuyvesant. 


Mrs. Fraser-Campbell. 


Mrs. 


J. C. Smith. 


Miss E. C. Coppell. 


Mrs. 


A. E. Schermerhom, 


Miss Delano. 


Mrs. 


Kennedy Tod. 


Mrs. F. de Peyster. 


Mrs. 


J. T. Thompson. 


Mrs. Del Garcia. 


Mrs. 


H. M. Tilford. 


Mrs. Lawrence B. EUiman. 


Mrs. 


Atwood Violett. 


Mrs. W. G. Fleming. 


Mrs. 


E. B. Weekes. 


Mrs. W. A. Green. 


Mrs. 


Frances Wellman. 


Mrs. Murray Livingston. 


Mrs. 


W. Hall Wickham. 


Mrs. H. J. Luce. 


Mrs. 


Wagstaff. 


Mrs. C. de ^Rham Moore. 


Mrs. 


F. Dana Winslow. 


Mrs. A. P. Montant. 


Mrs. 


J. C. Work. 


Miss S. A. MoUer. 


Mrs. 


F. A. Walsh, Jr. 


Mrs. E. L. Harkness. 


Mrs. 


Victor Cumnock. 


Miss La Montagne. 


Mrs. 


Irving Cox. 



ASSOCIATE MEMBERS. 



Mrs. James A. Blair. 
Mrs. J. M. Barclay. 
Mrs. E. J. Berwind. 
Mrs. D. Fairfax Bush. 
Mrs. E. L. Burrill. 
Mrs. F. G. Bourne. 
Mrs. Percy Chubb. 
Mrs. George G. De Witt. 
Mrs. Charles D. Dickey. 
Mrs. W. S. Callender. 
Mrs. F. B. Griffen. 
Mrs. John Greenough. 
Mrs. Henry B. Hyde. 
Mrs. De Heredia, 
Mrs. Walter Jennings. 
Mrs. Seth Low. 
Mrs. Peter Moller. 
Mrs. W. J. Matheson. 



Mrs. J. J. Manning. 

Mrs. H. Wilmerding Payne. 

Mrs. W. A. Perry. 

Mrs. C. G. Peters. 

Miss Elizabeth Remsen. 

Mrs. B. F. Romaine. 

Mrs. Frederick Roosevelt. 

Mrs. L. L. Stanton. 

Mrs. H. F. Shoemaker. 

Miss Helen Stokes. 

Mrs. J. Riinelander Stevens. 

Mrs. T. E. Satterthwaite. 

Mrs. W. H. Tailer. 

Mrs. Edwin Thorne. 

Mrs. F. W. Vanderbilt. 

Mrs. Raymond L. Ward. 

Mrs. M. Livingston Willard. 

Miss Caroline White. 



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EIGHTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. 

The Eighteenth Annual Report of the Orthopaedic Guild 
for the 5^ear 1908 and 1909 is most satisfactory. 

The meetings which were all held at the Hospital on the 
first Thursday in every month, were unusually well attended 
and much interest was manifested in the work. 

The usual number of three beds has been supported and 
the ward generously provided with all necessities. 

The resignation of our very able Treasurer, Mrs. J. E. 
Roosevelt, was received with great regret. 

Mrs. Alfred Wagstaff was unanimously elected in her 
place. 

We record with sorrow the death of one of our associate 
members, Miss Caroline Stokes. 

There have been five resignations during the year, and 
four new members have been elected. 

This is the first time in many years that there have been 
more resignations than elections, and as it is most important 
to maintain or increase our number, we earnestly hope that 
our members will endeavor to interest others in the Guild. 

EmiIvY J. Adams, 

Secretary. 



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Mrs. Henry B. Hyde $250 00 

Mrs. Joseph T. Thompson 20 00 

Mrs. J. Kennedy Tod 10 co 

CHRISTMAS OFFERINGS. 

Mrs. C. de Rham Moore jj^ 5 00 

Mrs. J. Rhinelauder Stevens 10 00 

Mrs. J. L. Barclay 5 co 

Mrs. J. E. Roosevelt 5 00 

Mrs. Temple Merritt 5 00 

Mrs. W. H. Tailer 2 00 

Mrs. James A. Blair 25 00 

Mrs. W. G. Fleming 5 00 

Mrs. Edward L. Harkness 20 00 

Mrs. Francis B. Griffen 10 00 

Mrs. J. T. Thompson 25 00 

Miss Delano 5 00 

Mrs. de Peyster 5 00 

Mrs. Warren S. Adams 5 00 

Mrs. Henry W. Payne 5 00 

Mrs. Charles B. Alexander 60 00 

Mrs. F. W. Vanderbilt 10 00 

Mrs. William Robisou. 5 co 

Mrs. E. Livingston Burrill 10 co 

Mrs. Charles G. Peters 5 co 

Mrs. Norman B. Ream 5 00 

EASTER OFFERINGS. 

Mrs. Charles B. Alexander $ 10 00 

Miss Delano 5 00 

Mrs. C. de Rham Moore 10 00 

Mrs. Warren S. Adams 10 co 

Mrs. Charles D. Dickey 5 00 

Miss Marie Le Montagne 5 co 

Mrs. J. Edgar Bull 10 co 

Miss Moller 10 cc 

Mrs. William G. Fleming 10 00 

Mrs. J. B. Roosevelt 5 co 

Mrs. Percy Chubb 15 co 

Miss Coppell 5 CO 

Mrs. F. Dana Winslow 3 50 

Mrs. de Peyster 5 00 

Mrs. William Robison 5 00 

Mrs. George Bullock 5 00 

Mrs. J. T. Thompson . . 25 00 

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, MISCELLA.NEOUS DONATIONS. 

OCTOBER, 1908. 
Twenty-five yards of Rubber Slieeting, 
Ice Cream and Cake, ..... 



The Guild 
Mrs. Bourne 



Scrap Books, 
Fifteen Bed Trays, 



NOVEMBER. 



DECEMBER. 



One barrel of Potatoes, 

Hobby Horse, .... 

Thirty-six Dresses, 

Books for Nurses Home, 

Dolls and Toys, .... 

Picture Cards, .... 

Picture Books for Girls and Boys, . 

Books, ..... 

Fifteen Christmas Stockings for Guild V/ard, 



Mrs. A. P. Montant 
The Guild 

Mrs. W. S. Adams 

Mrs. Bourne 

The Guild 

. Mrs. Bourne 

Mrs. Bourne 

Miss Jean Roosevelt 

Mrs. F. de Peyster 

Mrs. Schermerhorn 

The Guild 



FEBRUARY, 1909. 



Fifteen pairs of Blankets, 

Box of Oranges, 
Twelve Easter Ducks, . 
Fifteen Easter Eggs, 
Picture Cards and Books, 

Eight Flannel Wrappers, . 

Four dozen Bibs, 

Six dozen Diapers, . 

Six dozen Girls' Towels, . 

Seventy-two Ward Sheets, . 

Seventy-two Pillow Cases, 

Six dozen Summer Flannels, 

Flowers, 

Box of Apples, 
Toys, 

Forty-nine Night Gowns, . 
Box of Grapes, . 



APRIL. 



MAY. 



JUNE. 



AUGUST 



SEPTEMBER. 



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The Guild 

Mrs. W. S. Adams 

. Miss Jean Roosevelt 

The Guild 

. Mrs. G. W. Forsyth 

Mrs. Thomas E. Satterthwaite 



The Guild 
The Guild 
The Guild 
The Guild 
The Guild 
The Guild 
Mrs. A. P. Montant 

Mrs. J. E. Roosevelt 
. Miss Coppell 

The Guild 
Mrs. Alfred Wagstaff 



FOURTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT 



OF The 



ORTHOPAEDIC HOSPITAL SEWING SOCIETY 



OF THE 



©rtbopi^Mc IDbpensari? anb IbOBpita!, 

126 East 59th Street. 



WITH A LIST OF MEMBERS. 



>ft(cers. 



President, 
Mrs. WAIvTER L. SUYDAM. 

Vice-Presiden t, 
Mrs. JOHN E. AI^EXANDER. 

Secretary, Treasurer, 

Mrs. FRED'K A. HAIGHT. Miss M. S. REMSEN. 



ACTIVE MEMBERS. 

Annual Dues, $5.00. 



Mrs. William Alexander. Mrs. 

Mrs. James L. Barclay. Miss 

Mrs. McCoskry Butt. Miss 

Mrs. D. Latham Bartlett. • Miss 

Mrs. Charles A. Childs. Mrs. 

Mrs. Samuel A. Clark. Miss 

Mrs. Charles de Rham. Mrs. 

Mrs. Charles C. Dickinson. Mrs. 

Mrs. John B. Duer. Mrs. 

Mrs. Charles B. Hillhouse. Mrs. 

Mrs. William D. Hatch. Mrs. 

Mrs. J. E. G. Higgens. Mrs. 

Mrs. C. I. Hudson. Miss 

Mrs. J. E. S. Hadden. Mrs. 

Mrs. Henry E. Howland, Miss 

Mrs. Oliver G. Jennings. Mrs. 

Mrs. Morris K. Jesup. Mrs. 

Mrs. Arthur Mason Jones. Mrs. 

Miss Margaret Jackson. Miss 

Mrs. Geo. W. Kidd. Mrs. 

Mrs. Harry Kingsley. Mrs. 

Mrs. G. Kortright. Mrs. 

Mrs. Ed. S. Knapp. Mrs. 

Mrs. Harry' K. Knapp. Mrs. 
Mrs. H. Sellars McKee. 



Robert A. McKim. 
Ward McAllister. 
A. W. Martin. 
Kate Norwood. 
Frederick Neilson. 
Mary Norrie. 
Herman Oelrichs. 
William H. Osgood. 
Chas. M. Oelrichs. 
William Pollock. 
Henry W. Payne. 
A. Drum Porter. 
Ann Depew Paulding. 
W. Kintzing Post. 
Grace A. Potter. 
Karrick Riggs. 
James Speyer. 
Winfield Scott. 
M. Skidmore. 
Charles Steele. 
J. T. Thompson. 
J. Kennedy Tod. 
Robert Thorne. 
John Hobart Warren. 



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ASSOCIATE MEMBERS. 



Annual Dues, Sio.oo. 






Mrs. Cliarles B. Alexander. 
Mrs. Archibald Alexander. 
Mrs. Gustav Amsinck. 
Mrs. Fordyce Barker. 
Mrs. R. L. Beekman. 
Mrs. Robert L. Brewster. 
Mrs. R. Fulton Cutting. 
Mrs. M. T. Campbell. 
Mrs. M. Dwight Collier. 
Mrs. H. J. Chisholm. 
Mrs. Francis Carolan. 
Mrs. John R. Drexel. 
Mrs. Henry Dale. 
Mrs. Newbold Edgar. 
Mrs. James W. Ellsworth. 
Mrs. Henry C. Emmet. 
Miss C. Furniss. 
Miss S. Furniss. 
Miss C. de Forest. 
Mrs. F. de P. Foster. 
Mrs. Chas. S. Guthrie. 
Mrs. J. B. M. Grosvenor. 
Mrs. Edward S. Harkness. 
Mrs. James B. Haggin. 
Mrs. de Heredia. 
Mrs. H. F. Hadden. 
Mrs. John A. Hadden. 
Miss E. S. Hamilton. 
Mrs. Gerald Hoyt. 
Mrs. Pembroke Jones. 



Mrs. Philip Kearney. 
Mrs. Bradley Martin, Jr. 
Mrs. Clarence Blair Mitchell. 
Mrs. Ed. Reeve-Merritt. 
Mrs. Burnham Moifat. 
Mrs. McMurtry. 
Mrs. William Starr Miller. 
Mrs. Frederick Pearson. 
Mrs. Morton F. Plant. 
Mrs. Whitelaw Reid. 
Miss E. Remsen. 
Mrs. John D. Rockefeller, Jr. 
Mrs. Douglas Robinson. 
Mrs. Wm. D. Sloane. 
Mrs. Richard Stevens. 
Mrs. Joseph Stickney. 
Mrs. Marion Story. 
Mrs. Ed. A. Smith. 
Miss Josephine C. Smith. 
Mrs. Robert Sedgwick. 
Mrs. Louis Lee Stanton. 
Mrs. John A. Stewart. 
Mrs. J. T. Tower. 
Mrs. Ed. Mitchell Townsend. 
Mrs. Samuel Untermeyer. 
Miss E. Whitnej'. 
Mrs. F. S. Witherbee. 
Mrs. Wysong. 
Miss Caroline White. 



FOURTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. 






The Meetings of the ORTHOPEDIC HOSPITAL SEWING 
SOCIETY have been held regularly once a month at the 
different houses and were well attended. 

There are fifty- three Active Members and fifty-nice 
Associate Members, 

The work of supplying both bed and table linen has gone 
on uninterruptedly ; more than a thousand articles have been 
distributed, besides having a well-filled closet in reserve. 

Three of our Associates have died during the past year : 
Mrs. Charles L. Perkins, Mrs. Richard Delafield and Mrs. 
Ward McAllister. 

It is fourteen years since this Sewing Societj'- was organized 
and that the work goes on so successfully is due to the 
earnest work of the ladies of the Society. 

Thanking you for your interest and encouragement, 

Respectfully submitted, 

HEI<EN D. W. HA.IGHT, 

Secretary. 



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ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT 

OF THE 

JUNIOR GUILD 

OF THE 

©rtbopa^Mc 2)!6pen0ar^ aut) IboapUal, 

126 East 59th Street. 



OFFICERS. 

President, 
Mrs. I,. L. BENEDICT, Jr. 

Secretary, 
Miss HEIyEN TWEED. 

Treasurer, 
Miss MARGARET BENEDICT. 



Committees. 

Purchasing Committee, 
Miss EI,IZABETH AI^MY, Chairman. 

Visiting Committee. 
Mrs. F. C. HUNTINGTON, Chairman. 

Sewing Committee. 
Miss MARGARET BENEDICT, Chairman. 



Miss Margaret Benedict. 
Mrs. I,. I<. Benedict, Jr. 
Mi.ss Margaret Duryee. 
Miss Maria I,. Duryee. 
Miss Kate Fox. 
Mrs. H. H. HoUister, Jr. 



Active Membsrs. 

Annual Dues, $5. 
Miss Annie S. Hoyt. 
Mrs. F. C. Huntington. 
Miss Frances Hadden. 
Miss Rosalie G. Jones. 
Miss Katharine Meredith. 
Mrs. Fuller Potter. 



Mrs. F. B. Porter, Jr. 
Mrs. J. Otis Post. 
Mrs. Walter C. Stearns. 
Miss Susan W. Street. 
Miss Helen Tweed. 



Mrs. James I,. Barclay. 
Miss Susan D. Bliss. 
Mrs. David Dana. 



Associate Members. 

Annual Dues, $10. 
Mrs. W. G. Dominick. 
Miss Anita X,. Dominick. 
Mrs. W. H. Erhart. 



Mrs. John For, Jr. 
Mrs Charles Gould. 
Miss Elizabeth Hoyt. 



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SECRETARY'S REPORT. 






The needs of the Hospital are very much the same each year 
and during the past one we have done about the same work as 
usual in helping to fill them. 

In spite of the resignation of seven of our members our gifts 
of money to the Endowment and other Funds show an increase 
of $75 over those of the previous year. 

As usual, we have supported a Bed in the Girls' Kast Ward, 
and provided 214 Garments, 15 Bed-trays, Christmas Stockings 
and Easter Eggs for the children of the Ward. 

The Guild has continued to employ a woman one day each 
week to do the mending for the Girls' Wards. 

At an entertainment, consisting of readings by Mr. John 
Kendrick Bangs and Miss Elizabeth Jordan, with songs by Miss 
Kitty Cheatham given on February i8th, at the Colony Club, 
$421 was cleared. 

In the coming year we hope to increase our membership and 
also to visit the Ward more regularly. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Helkn Tweed, 

Secretary, 



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MISCELLANEOUS DONATIONS. 

DECEMBER, 1908. 
Fifteen Bed-trays, thirty-six Diapers, thirt^'-six Bibs, . Guild 

Fifteen pairs of Stockings filled, .... Guild 

To3^s, Dolls and Games, .... Mrs. Harper 

JANUARY, 1909. 
Oranges, . . . . Mrs. Walter C. Stearns 

Forty Dresses, ...... Guild 

APRIL. 

Fifteen Easter Eggs, ..... Miss Hoyt 

Fifteen Faster Eggs, ..... Miss Tweed 

Twenty-four Waists, thirtj- pairs of Drawers, . . Guild 

OCTOBER. 
Forty-eight Bibs, . . . . . Guild 

Ice Cream and Cake, . . Miss Maria L. Duryee 



DONATIONS. 
Mrs. Charles B. Alexander $25 00 

Mr. Charles H. Tweed •. 25 00 

ENDOWMENT FUND. 
Guild $200 00 

FRUIT FUND. 
Guild $20 00 

ICE CREAM FUND. 
Guild $20 00 

POTATO FUND. 
Guild $175 00 



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EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT 



BOYS' GUILD 



©rtbopxdic H)!6peii0ar^ nnb Iboapltal, 



126 East 59th Street. 



©fticerij. 

President, 
Miss Murieiv Goui.d. 

Secretary, 
Mrs. J. M. HowELi^. 

Treasurer, 
Miss Hii,da Lockwood. 



Arlttie Mpmbwa. 



Mrs. JOSEPH AI,SOP 


Miss 


Mrs. AI^BERT J. AIKEN 


Miss 


Miss Pau1,INE B0U1,T0N 


Mrs. 


Miss MARIE VERNON BROWN 


Mrs. 


Miss FI^ORENCE BOUI^TON 


Miss 


Miss BEATRICE CARPENTER 


Miss 


Miss MURIEI. GOUI,D 


Mrs. 


Miss MARY HAZARD 


Miss 


miss MARGARET HUBBEI,!, 


Mrs. 



RUTH HUBBEIvI. 
ROSAl,IE HINKIvEY 
JOHN HOWEI^LS 
PERCV K. HUDSON 
THERESE ISIvlN 
HII^DA I,eG. IvOCKWOOD 
OI^IVER C. MACY 
lONA PAGE 
KEYS WINTER 



Aaaoriaff iHjmbprflL 



MRS. chari.es b. ai^exander 

Miss HOPETON ATTERBURY 

Miss CARO BROWN 

Mr. VERNON H. BROWN 

Ma. GARDNER W. BROWN 



Mrs. WM. N. crane 
Miss ANNA T. MORGAN 
Mrs. GEORGE MOSt,E 
Mrs. WM. C. OSBORN 
Mrs. WIt,I,IE D. WOOD 



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SECRETARY'S REPORT 



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members by resignation, and gained four active members. 
We have supported one bed in the Boys' Vv^ard, and paid a 
seamstress once a week to do the necessary mending for the 
children's clothes. In the spring $25.00 was donated to the 
Fruit Fund, $25.00 to the Vegetable Fund, and $25.00 to the 
Endowment Fund. 

Through a concert held in January at the Colony Club, 
for which Mrs. Charles B. Alexander kindly gave the hall, 
$717.40 was cleared. $200.00 of which was given to the Potato 
Fund, and the balance put in the treasury to be devoted to the 
need of the boys, as they develop. 

A. W. HOWELLS, 

Secretary. 



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MISCELLANEOUS DONATIONS. 
DECEMBER, 1908. 



Barrel of Potatoes, 
Three Dollars for Bed Trays, 
Three Dollars for Bed Trays, . 
Thirty-five Christmas Stockings, . 



Thirty-five Irish Flags, 



Thirty-five Easter Eggs, 



MARCH, 1909. 



APRIL. 



MAY. 
Three dozen Diapers, 
Three dozen Bibs, . 
Youth 's Companion for one year, 



Barrel of Vegetables, 



Thirty-six Blouses, 
Thirty-six Trousers, 
Twenty-one Dresses, 



Barrel of Vegetables, 



AUGUST. 



SEPTEMBER. 



OCTOBER. 



Mrs. Aiken 

Miss Gould 

Mrs. Winter 

Boys' Guild 

Mrs. Howells 
Boys' Guild 



Boys' Guild 
Boys' Guild 



Miss Gould 



Boys' Guild 
Boys' Guild 
Boys' Guild 



Miss Gould 



76 



NEW YORK ORTHOPEDIC 
DISPENSARY AND HOSPITAL. 

No. 126 EAST 59th STREET, 

Between Fourth and IvExington Aves. 



Open from i.^o to j.jo P. M. {Sundays and Legal Holidays excepted) 
for the Reception and Treatment of Patients. 



Objects of the Institution. — "To furnish treatment to the poor 
with special reference to the Diseases and Deformities of the Spine and the 
H'p Joints and other of the more serious diseases of the bones and joints 
requiring surgical and mechanical treatment, and for giving instruction in 
the same." All cases of deformity, besides those mentioned, including 
Club foot. Lateral Curvature of the Spine, Infantile Paralysis, Bow-Legs, 
&c., are received and treated. 

Rules Governing the Admission of Patients to the Dispensary 
Department. — Professional services are rendered gratuitously. Those 
who can aff 'rd to do so are expected to re-imburse the Institution for the 
actual cost of apparatus. Pa\ nient for apparatus is received in installments, 
if required. Apparatus, however, is never sold to patients or others— the 
Institution reserving the right to remove the apparatus and discharge any 
patient not complying with the directions of the Surgeons. Apparatus will 
not be supplied in any case that does not come under the immediate care of 
the Instiiution. 

Rules Governing the Admission of Patients to the Hospital 
Department. — Any suitable Orthopaedic case between the ages of four and 
fourteen may be admitted. (Subject to exceptions in special cases.) Board, 
$4.00 per week. Application for add mission may be made to the Surgeon to 
the Hospital during the regular Dispensary hours. 

Rules Governing the Admission of Patients to the Country 
Branch and Industrial School. — Application for admission to this 
Hospital is made through the City Hospital, and 0UI3' patients who are under 
treatment at the City Hospital will be admitted to the Country Branch. 

The Medical Profession and the public generally are invited to visit 
the Institution. 

The Institution is supported by the contributions of the benevo- 
lent. Contributions, which are earnestly solicited, may be sent to 
the Treasurer. 



Forty-third 
Year Book 

January "^ - 

NINETEEN 
HUNDRED 
AND ELEVEN 



jfWEw York 
Orthopaedic Dispensary 
AND Hospital 

126 EAST 59th STREET 
NEW YORK 



COUNTRY BRANCH 

AND 

INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL 

WHITE PLAINS 

NEW YORK 



wz-T^ 



opportunities for the Study of Orthopaedic Surgery, 

Both in Diagnosis and Treatment, 

will be afforded Members of the Medical Profession 

and Medical Students, on application, during 

the Autumn, Winter and Spring. 



FORM OF BEQUEST. 

I bequeath to my executors the sum of. _ 

dollars, in TRUST, to pay over the same in 

after my decease, to the person who, when the same is pay- 
able, shall act as Treasurer to the J^ew York Orthopcedio 
Dispensary and Hospital, organized in 1866, and incorpor- 
ated in the year eighteen hundred and sixty- eight ; to he 
applied to the benevolent uses and purposes of said Dispensary 
and Hospital, and under its direction. 




Nrm fork ©rtl^opj^btr iiap^nHarg niih l^napital 

Supported by Vohmtary Contributions. 



FORTY-THIRD YEAR BOOK 



JANUARY FIRST, I9IO 

TO 

JANUARY FIRST, I9II 



IRew J^orR ©rtbopaebic 
IDiepensar^ anb 
Ibospital 



126 East 59th Street, New York City 
and 
White Plains, New York 



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OPEN FOR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS 
FROM ONE-THIRTY TO THREE-THIRTY 
P. M. DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS AND 
LEGAL HOLIDAYS 



CONTENTS. 

PAGE. 

Trustees and Ofl&cers, 5 

Trustees' Standing Committees, 6 

Board of Supervisors, --.7 

Medical Staff, 8 

President's Report, --- ...g 

Supervisors' Report, ------.-.. 12 

Hospital Surgeon's Report, --...-.. .16 

Summary of Monthly Reports, (Table I,) 19 

Results of Treatment, (Table II,) 20 

Visits at Dispensary and at Homes of Patients, &c., (Table III,) - 21 

Instruments Made, &c., City Hospital, (Table IV,) - - - - 22 

Summary of Hospital Work, (Table V,) 23 

Operations Performed, (Table VI,) - - - - - - -24 

Country Branch, (Table VII,) 25 

Instrument Report, Country Branch, (Table VIII,) - . _ . 26 
Subscriptions to the Endowment Fund, -.-... 27 

Treasurer's Report, ---------_ 28-29 

Annual Subscriptions, ---------- 30 

Donations received from October i, 1909, to September 30, 1910, - 34 

School Fund, - 34 

Donations for Special Purposes, --------35 

Donors of Endowed Beds, --------- 36 

Form of Certificate to Donor of endowed bed, ----- 37 

Donors of Yearly Beds, ---. 38 

Donations to the Hospital in Material during the year, - - - 39 

Committees of the Country Branch, -------45 

Staff of the Country Branch, - ---46 

Report from the Country Branch, -._-_-- ^y 

Report of the Superintendent, Country Branch, ----- 48 
Treasurer's Report, Country Branch and Industrial School, - - 50-51 
Donations to the Country Branch in Material during the year, - - 52 

Form of Bequest, Second page of cover. 

Rules and Regulations of Dispensary and Hospital, Third page of cover. 

ORTHOPEDIC GUII.D. 
Officers and Committees, ----------55 

Members, ..-_. gg 

Annual Report, . - ... ~ ..... ^y 

Treasurer's Report, -..----_-- ^8 

Donations, ------- -.-_.gg 

Miscellaneous Donations, --------- 60 



CONTENTS— Continued. 
ORTHOPEDIC HOSPITAL SEWING SOCIETY. 

PAGE. 

Officers and Committees, .....-.-- 6i 

Working Members, _-.-..._.- 62 

Associate Members, _--. 63 

Annual Report, ------ 64 

Treasurer's Report, 65 

JUNIOR GUILD. 

Officers and Members, .--. 67 

Annual Report, 68 

Treasurer's Report, 69 

Donations, --..--------70 

BOYS' GUILD. 
Officers and Members, ---------- 71 

Annual Report, ----72 

Treasurer's Report, _-.-._---- 73 

Donations, - - -- - - -74 

ILLUSTRATIONS. 
New York Orthopaedic Dispensary and Hospital, ----- i 

The Main Entrance, Country Branch, 9 

Play House, --------.---19 

Treatment of Acute Cases, Bone Tuberculosis, ----- 19 

Manual Training and Wood-Working Shop — Country Branch, - - 27 

At Play 35 

Enjoying the fresh air cure, - - -- - - - - -35 

One-old-cat, ----------- 35 

Country Branch and Industrial School, ------ 45 

Cubicle in New Pavilion Country Branch, ------ 55 

Marching to Improve Patients' Carriage, ------ 61 

Girls Learning to Cook— Country Branch, - . - - _ . 67 

A Bungalow Built by the Boys, - - - - - - - -71 



TRUSTEES AND OFFICERS 



OF THE 



5f^tu fork ®rtl|0$i^litr itapmaarg nnh %iiBpxM 

FOR J9n. 



Trustees. 



ROBERT S. BREWSTER, 

51 Wall St. 
EUGENE DELANO, 

59 Wall St. 
WILLIAM ADAMS DELANO, 

4 East 39th St. 
W. EARL DODGE. 

113 East 71st St. 
AUGUST HECKSCHER, 

43 Exchange Place. 

de lancey k. j.\y. 

32 I,iberty St. 

FREDERIC A. JUILLIARD, 

70 Worth St. 

GEORGE G. MASON, 

10 Wall St. 
WALTER E. MAYNARD, 

Fifth Ave. Building, Madison Square. 



CHARLES A. MUNN, 

361 Broadway. 
AMOS PINCHOT, 

32 Nassau St. 
FRANK L. POLK, 

32 Nassau St, 
PERCY R. PYNE, 

30 Pine St. 
O. EGERTON SCHMIDT, 

Huntington, !<. I. 
HENRY T. SLOANE, 

B'Way & 19th St. 

S. B. P. TROWBRIDGE, 

527 Fifth Avenue. 
EVERT JANSEN WENDELL, 

8 East 38th St. 
HOWARD WILLETS, 

47 Cedar St. 



BRONSON WINTHROP, 

32 Iviberty St. 



Honorary Members. 

MELVILLE BROWN, . 1889 J. FREDERIC KERNOCHAN, . 1891 



Officers. 

President : 
EUGENE DELANO, 

59 Wall St. 



Vice-President : 
HENRY T. SLOANE, 

B'way & 19th St. 

Treasurer : 
F. A. JUILLIARD, 

70 Worth Street 



Secretary : 
CHARLES A. MUNN, 

361 Broadway. 

Counsel : 
BRONSON WINTHROP 

32 I<iberty Street. 



TRUSTEES' STANDING COMMITTEES. 

FOR I9U. 



Executive Committee. 

WILLIAM A. DELANO, Chairman. 
HENRY T. SLOANE, Ex-off. FREDERIC A. JUILLIARD, Ex-off. 
CHARLES A. MUNN, Ex-off. EUGENE DELANO, Ex-off. 
FRANK L. POLK. 



Finance Committee. 

EUGENE DELANO, Ex-oS., Chairman. 
HENRY T. SLOANE, Ex-off. PERCY R. PYNE. 

FREDERIC A. JUILLIARD, Ex-off. BRONSON WINTHROP. 



Nominating. 

CHARLES A. MUNN, Chairman. 
PERCY R. PYNE. HENRY T. SLOANE. 



Entertainment. 

WILLIAM E. MAYNARD, Chairman. 
S. B. P. TROWBRIDGE. De; LANCEY K. JAY. 



Auditing. 

PERCY R. PYNE, Chairman. ROBERT S. BREWSTER. 



Printing. 

CHARLES A. MUNN, Chairman. 
GEORGE G. MASON. AUGUST HECKSCHER. 



BOARD OF SUPERVISORS FOR 1911. 
Supervisors. 

Mrs CHARI.es B. ALEXANDER, Miss E. S. HAMILTON, 

4 West sSth Street. i°i Park Avenue. 

Mrs. ROBERT S. BREWSTER. Mrs. HENRY E. HOWLAND 

loo East 70th Street. i4 We^t qth Street. 

Mrs. TAMES A. BURDEN Mrs. J. ARCHIBALD MURRAY, 

QcS Fifth Avenue. ^7 Ea.'-t t6th Street. 

Mrs. GIFFORD A. COCHRAN Mrs. WHITELAW REIO, 

12 E.st 55th Street. 45' Madison Avenue. 

Mrs. M. DWIGHT COLLIKR Mrs. DOUGLAS ROBINSON, 

Lenox, Mass. 9 liast 63rd street. 

Mrs R. FULTON CUTTING, Mrs. WILLIAM ROBISON, 

2-t East 67th Street. Massapequa, L. I- 

Mrs. CHARLES D. DICKEY, Mrs. WILLIAM D. SLOAISE, 

37 Fast 51st Street. 2 West 52nd Street. 

Miss C. de FOREST. Mrs. A. MURRAY YOUNG, 

27 East 72nd Street. 29 Park Avenue. 

Mrs. CHARLES de RHAM Mrs. WALTER L- SUYDAM, 

24 Fifth Avenue. 5 East 76th Street. 

Mrs WILLIAM B. DIMSMORE. Mrs. JOHN HOBART WARREN. 

79 Park Avenue. i"i Park Avenue. 

Miss FRELINGHUYSEN, Miss CAROLINE WHITE 

113 East 65th Street. 609 Fifth Avenue. 

Ibonorar^ /ilbembers. 

Mrs. E. MILBANK ANDERSON. Mrs. W. S. COWLES. Miss C. FURNISS 

Mrs. WM. METCALF BLISS. Mrs. JAMES T. LEAVITT. 

©fftccrs. 

President. 

Mrs. CHARLES B. ALEXANDER. 

First Vice-President. Second Vice-President. 

Mrs. A. MURRAY YOUNG. Mrs. JAMES A. BURDEN. 

Secretary. Treasurer. 

Miss E. S. HAMILTON. Mrs. CHARLES de RHAM, 

24 Fifth Avenue. 

StanOfng Committees. 

Auditing and Supplies. 

Mrs. JOHN HOBART WARREN, Chairman. 

Mrs. JAMES A. BURDEN. Mrs. WILLIAM D. SLOANE. 

Linen and House Purchases. 

Mrs. WALTER L. SUYDAM, Chairman. 

Mrs. J. ARCHIBALD MURRAY. Mrs. DINSMORE. 

Free Beds. 
Mrs. WILLIAM ROBISON, Chairman. 
Mrs WHITELAW REID. Miss de FOREST. 

Miss HAMILTON. Mrs. DICKEY. Mrs. DOUGLAS ROBINSON. 

House. 
Mrs. R. FULTON CUTTING, Chairman. 

Mrs. WALTER L. SUYDAM. ^'^^^^w?r^TTT rnr T TWR 

Mrs. H. E. HOWLAND. Mrs. M. DWIGHT COLLIER. 

Mrs. J. ARCHIBALD MURRAY. Mrs. BREWSTER. 

Entertainment. 

Miss FRELINGHUYSEN, Chairman. 
Mrs. JOHN HOBART WARREN. Mrs. M. DWIGHT COLLIER. 

Mjs. J. ARCHIBALD MURRAY. Miss WHITE. „^„,^^^^.„t 

Miss HAMILTON Mrs. DOUGLAS ROBINSON. 

Instruction. 
Mrs. C. B. ALEXANDER, Chairman. 
Miss FRELINGHUYSEN. Mrs. COCHRAN. 

Mrs. W. D SLOANE. Mrs. DOUGLAS ROBINSON. 

Conference. 
Officers and Chairmen of other Standing Committees. 



.flibatron. 

Miss SARAH H. DUNLOP. 



MEDICAL STAFF 

FOR 191 J. 



Consulting Staft. 



Consulting Surgeons. 
CHARLES MCBURNEY, M. D. EUGENE H. POOI,, M. D. 

B. FARQUHAR CURTIS, M. D. ROBERT ABBE, M. D. 

T. HAI,STEAD MYERS, M. D. 

Consulting Physicians. 
ABRAHAM JACOBI, M. D. I.. EMMET HOlyT, M. D. 

THOMAS E. SATTERTHWAITE, M. D. WII,I,IAM M. POI,K, M. D. 

Consultant on Nervous Diseases. 

PEARCE BAIIvEY, M. D. 

Consultant on Aural Diseases. 

EDWARD BRADFORD DENCH, M. D. 

Consulting Opthamologist. 

FRANK NEWTON IRWIN, M. D. 

Consulting Dermathologist. 

GEORGE HENRY FOX, M. D. 



Surgeon-in-Chief to the Dispensary and Hospital. 

RUSSEIyI< A. HIBBS, M. D. 

Attending Surgeons to the Dispensary. 

HENRY J. BOGARDUS, M. D. ROBERT E. SOUI^E, M. D. 

Assistant Surgeons. 

BENJAMIN P. FARREIvIv, M. D. ARTHUR G. BRETZ, M. D. 

ROBERT G. MOORE, M. D. FRANK F. I<YNE, M. D. 

FREDERIC D. WIIvIylAMS, M. D. ROBERT E. HUMPHRIES, M. D. 



neurological Department. 

Attending Physic'an. 

HEI^EN CORREI.I< IvOEWENSTEIN, M. D. 

Assistant Physicians. 

I<UCY OSBORN WHITE, M. D. AUGUSTA P. SCHUI^TZ, M. D. 



Corrective ©smnastics. 

Attending Surgeons. 
MATHII^DA K. WAI,I,IN, M. D. MARY B. JEWETT, M. D. 

Instructors in Gymnastics. 
Miss ANNIE KAJEVDT. Miss HARRIET WII^DE. 

Masseuses. 
Miss JUI^IA VON SEDER. Miss BRACHNER. 

Attending Physicians to the Hospital. 
WII<I,IAM KENNICUTT DRAPER, M. D. I^ERAS F. FRISSEI,!,, M. D. 

Pathologist. 

MORTIMER WARREN, M. D. 

House Surgeon. 

MII,TON A. HARRINGTON, M. D. 

Junior House Surgeon. 

HERBERT A. DURHAM, M. D. 













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PRESIDENT'S REPORT. 

To the Trustees arid Supervisors of the 

New York Orthopcsdic Dispensary and Hospital 

lyADIES AND GENTLKMEN : 

It is extremely gratifying to be able to report that the work 
and financial situation of both the NEW YORK ORTHOPEDIC 
DISPENSARY AND HOSPITAE and the COUNTRY 
BRANCH AND INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL, for the year ending 
September 30th, 19 10, have continued to show encouraging 
progress, whether we consider the character and amount of the 
work accomplished in their independent, yet supplemental 
relations, or their distinct positions in the matter of Real Property, 
Bridowment Funds and Income. 

The fact that both of these Institutions have had their dij0&- 
culties to contend with, their decreases or increases in various 
items of Income and of Operation, and have need of still greater 
facilities and funds, does not subtract from the statement that, 
on the whole, they have made encouraging progress during the 
past 3^ear. 

The vital question, after all, is whether the work of these 
Institutions has been of such a character as to secure valuable 
results to their suffering patients and to commend it more 
than ever, to those whose generous contributions, either of self- 
sacrificing effort or of funds, have made the work possible. It 
is from both of these directions that the encouragements of the 
year have come, and will continue to come, we predict, if these 
Institiitions continue manifestly to render efficient and self- 
sacrificing service to humanity. Let us briefly consider the work 
and financial situation of each. 

NEW YORK ORTHOPEDIC DISPENSARY & HOSPITAL. 

The statement and appeal made in our last Annual Report, in 
regard to the urgent need of a new Dispensary and Hospital, have 



already produced generous responses, but not sufficient in amount 
to justify the Trustees in proceeding with the project. Sub- 
scriptions to the extent of $75,000 have been received, but a 
further sum of at least $250,000 will be required. In the 
confidence that this additional sum will be secured, the Trustees 
have been giving much thought and attention to the details of 
the project, so that no time may be lost in providing a suitable 
and adequate Dispensary and Hospital whenever the necessary 
funds shall have been contributed. For the additional sum 
required we make a further earnest appeal. 

The following statistics set forth very clearly the work done 
by the Dispensary and Hospital the past year, those at the 
Dispensary being especially noteworthy, as last year there was 
a slight falling off in the number of patients treated in the 
Dispensary and in the number of visits made by surgeons and 
nurses to patients outside : 

DISPENSARY. 

L,ast Year 
Total number of patients treated .... 4)452 

Total number of visits 34.372 

Number of patients cured and relieved 932 

CITY HOSPITAL. 

Number of patients treated in Hospital 299 333 34 

Number of operations performed. . . . 371 322 Less 49 

The financial results show a decrease of income in 1910, as 
compared with 1909, of $5,416.05, almost equivalent to the 
falling off in donations ; and an increase in expenses over 1909, 
of $3,026.03, mainly due to the increased expenditures for 
Apparatus, Material and Wages, and to the increase of wages 
paid to Matron, Nurses and Servants. The Expenses exceeded 
the Income by $4,540,73 ; and the cash balance carried forward 
to the new year is $6,686.85, as against a cash balance a year ago 
of $11,227.58. The Resources show an increase over those of 
1909, of $72,694.71, largely due to the fund subscribed towards 
the new building. 



his Year 


Increase 


4.996 


544 


36,664 


2,292 


1,014 


82 



COUNTRY BRANCH AND INDUSTRIAL SCHOOI. . 

This work has shown a substantial advance in efficiency and 
and favorable results. t has assumed its own independent and 
important place in our general scheme, and its future is of the 
brightest, viewed from its promised helpfulness to the work in 
which we are engaged. 

The number of resident patients is 131, an increase of 4 over 
the last year. The Resources and Liabilities are the same as a year 
ago. The Receipts were $55,072.34 and the Disbursements 
$57,083.79. It is an endowed Institution, and it is the intention 
of the Trustees to keep its expenses well within its income. 

In referring you for more complete information to the accom- 
panying reports of the Surgeon-in-Chief , of the Treasurer and of 
the Board of Supervisors, the Management take very great 
pleasure in expressing their high appreciation of the valuable 
services they have each, in their respective spheres, contributed 
to the efficiency and value of the work done. 

Respectfully submitted, 

EUGENE DELANO, 

President. 
December 8th, 19 10. 



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SUPERVISORS' REPORT. 



To the Trustees of the New York Orthopedic 
Dispensary and Hospital. 

GknTi^Kmen : 

In presenting our Annual Report, we are gratified to again 
record a successful year, and to those benefactors whose liberality- 
assured it and enabled us to carry on the work of our Board 
satisfactorily we extend our grateful thanks. 

In the foremost rank among these we are happy to count our 
Auxiliary Societies, who so nobly fulfill the hopes we held when 
they were instituted. As the years have passed their number 
and sphere of usefulness have increased almost beyond expecta- 
tion, until it has become our duty as well as our pleasure, to 
acknowledge how great an obligation we owe to their energy 
and enthusiasm. 

The vSenior Society, the Orthopaedic Guild, has supported 
four beds, taken charge of the Girls' Ward, which includes all 
supplies, and many luxuries for its use, also visiting the patients. 
The Orthopaedic Hospital Sewing Society has supplied the house- 
hold linen for the Institution, a large item in our current expenses 
thus being saved, has supported a Free Bed, has made a donation 
of $250.00 to be used in providing braces for patients too poor to 
buy them, and another donation of $200.00 to the Fruit and 
Vegetable Fund. The Junior Guild has supported a Free Bed, 
given $150.00 to the Endowment Fund and $140.00 to the Fruit 
and Vegetable Fund. The Boys' Guild has supported a Free 
Bed and given donations of $50.00 to the Ice Cream Fund and 
$25.00 for potatoes. This list of benefactions, seven free beds 
supported and many donations of money, besides all those in kind 
too numerous too enumerate here, proves as we said above, that 
we cannot speak too warmly of the service these societies render 
our Institution. 



The Visiting Nurses' Salaries were met through the generosity 
of the same ladies who have been responsible for the amount in 
the past years, Mrs. W. D. Sloane, Mrs. Whitelaw Reid, Mrs. 
Frederic Vanderbilt and Mrs. A. Murray Young. It is needless 
for us to dwell on the importance of this branch of our work, it is 
an indispensable adjunct to the Surgeon's care of the Dispensary 
patients, perfecting cures where his treatment might otherwise 
have been wasted through either ignorance or neglect. 

The Gymnasium and Treatment for Lateral Curvature of the 
Spine have been continued with most encouraging success. The 
three teachers, we owe to Mr. Chisolm, Miss Caroline White, 
and Mr. Frick, are busy in attendance every day, and we wish 
that the room were more adequate, lack of space hampers us 
severely, and prevents the benefit being extended to many who 
need it sorely. 

The School, for whose existence our Board must be solely 
responsible, but for which we feel very strongly the necessity, as 
it enables the children to take their places in the Public School 
when they leave us, was continued and we trust that our friends 
will kindly contribute to its support as in the past. It is an 
expense which we feel the result justifies, and a benefit we should 
deeply regret being obliged to deny. 

The Sunday School has been carried on by the kind friends 
who undertook the work years ago, and we are glad again to 
express our thanks to them. Their efforts to bring sweet and 
ennobling influences into the minds and hearts of the children, 
and their admirable devotion to the cause are deeply appreciated. 

We beg to call attention to our special Funds, of great value 
to us in reducing our heavy housekeeping expenses and in 
providing simple luxuries and comforts for our patients. We call 
them Ice Cream, Fruit and Vegetable or Potato Funds and the 
names explain their object. In days gone by we had one for 
Park Drives, but that has been rendered unnecessary by the 
kindness of the Crippled Children's Driving Association who take 
our children to the Park and give them long delightful drives 
during the hot summer months. 

The patients had a beautiful Christmas celebration, a large 
tree being given, as usual, by Miss Whitney, at which Mr. J. F. 
Kernochan gave presents of tea to the mothers. Mrs. Sloane and 

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Mrs. Burden gave toys or dolls to each child, the different Guilds 
gave stockings, Miss de Forest gifts to the employees, and 
enumerable others were received and distributed. Christmas at 
the Hospital goes far towards making the memory of their stay a 
happy, instead of a painful one to many. 

During the past j-ear we have sustained a great loss by the 
death of our beloved Vice-President, Miss Eweretta C. Whitney, 
for many years an honored member of the Board of Supervisors, 
and the dear friend of all who were her associates. This sad 
event has been recorded in its minutes by the Board of 
Supervisors, as follows : 

"The Board of Supervisors of the New York Orthopaedic Dispensary 
and Hospital having learned of the death, on the eighth day of May, 1910, 
of Miss Eweretta Constable Whitney, directed the following minute to be 
inscribed on its records and a copy sent to her bereaved relatives : — 

MINUTE 

In recording the departure from this life on the eighth day of May, 1910, 
of Miss Eweretta Constable Whitney, the Board of Supervisors desires to 
express the deep grief which every member feels in the loss of their beloved 
fellow member endeared to them by years of mutual labor in the cause of 
poor crippled children. 

Miss Whitney joined the Board in 1881 and continuously served as 
Supervisor for twenty-nine years. In 1893 she became its Vice-President 
and filled that ofi6ce to the end. She ever contributed to its success by her 
generous gifts, by her wise judgment and her enthusiasm in its cause. She 
saw it rise from the day of small things to its present development of 
usefulness. During all its history she never faltered in her supreme faith in 
its future, and she lived to see many of her hopes and prayers fulfilled and 
answered. But her great work was rendered as Chairman of the Free 
Bed Committee, which position she held from 1882 until 1908, when her 
health compelled her retirement. 

She never regarded this position as one of form. She made herself 
acquainted with the occupants, from time to time, of each bed, often visited 
the patients, and by her gentle, loving Christian sympathy partly alleviated 
their sufferings, and often doubtless prolonged their lives. Her's was the 
highest class of ministry as expressed in our Lord's words : — 
" Whosoever shall receive one of such children in 
My Name receiveth Me." 

Her loss to the Institution seems irreparable, but her spirit and example 
will for many years to come, exert their influence. 

This is not the time or place for the individual members to express, even 
if words could be found, their personal sorrow. They hope to show by their 
future devotion to the cause she loved, the affection they had for her. 

The Board then resolved to attend the funeral in a body." 

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We conclude our report with an earnest appeal to our friends 
and benefactors to help us to widen their circle. The work of 
our Institution is constantly growing, the demands for our care 
steadily increase. The support we have had in the past promises 
well for the future, but undiminished efforts on the part of all 
will be necessary to meet our need. Accomplishment, means 
relief from suffering, cure of painful deformity, the transforma- 
tion of a helpless cripple, a sad charge and burden, into a useful 
member of the family. Is not the cause worthy of our tenderest 
compassion and sympathy, our best endeavors, shall we plead 
in vain ? 

Respectfully submitted, 

Elizabeth Stewart Hamilton, 

Secretary. 



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SURGEON'S REPORT. 

To the Trustees of the New York 

Orthopcedic Dispensary and Hospital. 

Gentlemen : 

The number of patients treated in tlie Dispensary during the 
year ending September 30th, 1910, was four thousand, nine 
hundred and ninety-six, of this number, one thousand, nine 
hundred and twenty-nine were new patients, and the remaining 
three thousand and sixty-seven, were patients continued under 
treatment from last year. Among this number there were five 
hundred and thirteen cases of Tuberculosis of the spine, four 
hundred and thirty-six cases of Tuberculosis of the hip joint, two 
hundred and thirteen cases of Tuberculosis of the smaller joints, 
making a total of one thousand, one hundred and sixty-two 
cases of joint Tuberculosis. Four hundred and forty-two Non- 
Tuberculosis deformities of the spine, seven hundred and forty- 
eight cases of Flat Foot, four hundred and seventeen cases of 
Knock-Knee and Bow-Legs, and nine hundred and thirty-two 
cases of Infantile Paralysis, and the remainder represent a very 
large variety of diseased Deformities. 

The details of these facts appear in Table I. As compared 
to the work of last year, there is an increase of five hundred and 
forty-four patients. 

The results of treatment, as may be seen in Table II are 
as follows : Four hundred and thirty-eight patients were dis- 
charged cured, five hundred and seventy-six were discharged 
relieved, making a total of one thousand, one hundred and 
fourteen who had received such benefit that they required no 
further treatment. Two patients were discharged for neglect, 
fourteen as incurable and six hundred and nineteen received no 
treatment after the first visit, and three thousand, three hundred 
and twenty-six were continued for further treatment. 

The detail of the work as represented by visits, is shown in 
Table III. There were twenty-five thousand, one hundred and 
twenty-two visits made by patients to the Dispensary. Two 

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thousand, seven hundred and forty were made by Surgeons, to 
patients outside the Institution. Eight thousand, eight hundred 
and two visits were made by nurses to patients at their homes, 
making a total of thirty-six thousand, six hundred and sixty-four, 
an increase of two thousand, two hundred and ninety-two. 

SHOP. The number of new Instruments made was, one 
thousand, eight hundred and eighty-three, and the number 
repaired, five thousand, five hundred and forty-four. The 
amount charged for appliances was $7,769.60, and the amount 
collected from patients was, $6,049.96. Details of this work 
appear in Table IV. 

CITY HOSPITAL. The number of patients in this Hospital 
on October ist, 1909, was sixty, and during the year two hundred 
and seventy-three were admitted, and two hundred and seventy- 
seven discharged, leaving fifty-six on October ist, 19 10. The 
number of days of Hospital care for free patients was seventeen 
thousand, three hundred and eighty, the number for pay patients 
one thousand, eight hundred and two, making a total of nineteen 
thousand, one hundred and eighty-two. The details appear in 
Table V. 

Table VI shows the Operative work. There were three 
hundred and twenty-two operations performed on two hundred 
and twenty-six patients. 

The opening of a small adult ward for women, in this Hospital 
this year, was a new departure in our work and has offered us an 
opportunity to be of great service to a class of patients for which 
we have heretofore had no Hospital accommodations. Among 
the total number of patients in the Hospital, twenty-five were of 
this class, ranging in age from 15 to 48. The large percentage 
being younger women. 

COUNTRY BRANCH. There were one hundred and 
twenty-seven patients on October ist, 1909, and during the year, 
twelve were admitted and twenty-three discharged cured. Two 
were removed by their parents, and one died, leaving on 
September 30th, 1910, one hundred and thirteen. The total 
number of free days care, was forty thousand, six hundred and 
eighty-nine, and the number of pay days, three thousand, eight 
hundred and seventy- three, making a total of forty-four thousand, 
five hundred and sixty-two. 

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The average number of patients during the year was, one 
hundred and twenty-two. The average age of patients was, 
1 1.7 years. 

As has already been noted, we discharged, last year from the 
Country Branch, twenty-three patients cured. That is significant 
from several points of view. First, because it means that twenty- 
three children have been cured of joint tuberculosis and restored 
to a normal situation in life. Those old enough with an educa- 
tion, which enables them to earn a living, and the younger ones, 
back to the normal life of children of their age. 

It is true that it has taken several years to accomplish this, 
but the encouraging fact is that the length of time required to 
accomplish a cure is diminishing very materially. Because as the 
work progresses, and the people know about it and have con- 
fidence in it, we are able to get children in the beginning of the 
disease, the time when such treatment and care as they get, 
is so effective. 

People are beginning to know now the possibilities of Joint 
Tuberculosis crippling a child, while in the beginning of our 
work they waited until the child was crippled, thus losing the 
opportune moment. Getting such cases early in life and disease, 
will have an important bearing on our educational work as time 
goes on, because it will eliminate in some measure the necessity 
of so much industrial education. All of which means that during 
the next ten years of the development of that work there will be 
a gradual diminution up to a certain point, of the cost to the 
Institution, of curing each patient. No argument can be any 
longer necessary to convince one of the necessity for such work 
as this, when the fact that in our City Institution alone, last 
year one thousand, one hundred and sixty-two cases of Joint 
Tuberculosis were seen. The influence of our Institution in a 
broader sense is shown by the fact that its work is setting the 
standard for similar Institutions throughout the country and 
abroad. 

Respectfully submitted, 

RUSSEI.I. A. HIBBS, M. D., 

Surgeon-in- Chief. 




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TREA TMENT OF ACUTE CASES OF BONE TUBERCULOSIS- 
FRESH AIR, SUNSHINE, GOOD FOOD AND REST 



TABLE No. I. 

Summary of New and Continued Cases received from September 30th, 1909 
to October 1st, 1910. 















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440 


513 


107 


134 


171 


38 


30 


35 


38 


406 


43 


39 


11 


35 


Hip- Joint Disease 


8^ 


354 


436 


24 


87 


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66 


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17 


15 


342 


30 


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16 


24 
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Ankle- Joint Disease 


12 


43 


54 


4 


17 


13 


6 


1 


8 


5 


50 


1 


1 


1 


Knee-joint " 


as 


96 


121 


16 


19 


42 


12 


5 


16 


11 


110 


5 


2 


2 


3 


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3 


5 


8 






2 


2 


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Shoulder-Joint " 


1 


3 


4 






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2 


4 










Multiple- Joint " 


1 


2 


3 




2 


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3 
4 


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5 


9 
9 






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9 


2 
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7 


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Lateral Curvature Spine.. . 


94 


244 


338 


3 


3 


44 


202 


54 


16 


16 


283 


45 


4 


4 


2 


Torticollis 


10 
42 
.37 
44 
7 
52 
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4 
62 
128 
304 
13 
92 
149 


14 
104 
165 
748 

20 
144 
273 


5 

125 

25 

7 

74 

180 


7 
7 
18 
14 
5 
46 
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1 
27 

9 
12 

2 
18 

5 


31 
9 

40 
2 
4 
5 


1 

20 

83 
1 

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14 

2 

190 

1 
2 
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2 

384 

2 


13 
95 
151 
610 
17 
124 
240 


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10 

60 

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Club-Foot 


3 

18 


Plat-Foot 


Weak Ankles 


Knock-Knees 


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Bow-Legs 


'3 
31 


Infantile Paralysis 


384 


648 


932 


480 


3111 


190 


40 


4 


9 


1 


736 


lop 


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10 


Other Paralyses 


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146 


254 


76 


60 


60 


38 


10 


4 


16 


190 


45 


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7 
2 


3 

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Congenital Disloc. 1 

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33 


87 


120 


51 


30 


28 


6 


4 


1 




100 


15 


2 




4 
59 


6 

58 


10 
117 


2 
5 


1 
6 


1 
15 


4 
16 


24 


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26 


6 
96 


2 

10 


1 
5 


1 
4 




Traumatic Joint Affections 


9. 


Fracture Deformities 


64 


19 


83 


3 


8 


10 


16 


6 


15 


25 


60 


8 


7 


5 


3 


Traumatic Dislocations .... 


6 


5 


11 


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2 






2 


6 


8 


3 








Rheumatoid Jt. Affections. 


54 


9 


63 








3 


4 


18 


38 


50 


10 


1 


3 




Internal Derangem't Knee 


6 


9 


15 






1 


2 


3 


9 




10 


4 




1 




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Absence of Bones J • " 


8 


18 


26 


14 




2 


1 


2 


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20 


4 


2 








9 
6 
36 


17 

1 

23 


26 

7 

59 


39 


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1 
3 


7 
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1 






Rachitic Deformities 


3 


Deformities of the Toes. . . . 


16 


7 


23 


5 


8 


4 


6 


2 


1 




16 


4 




3 


1 


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3 


3 




1 


1 


1 








3 










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6 


11 


17 


8 


6 


3 










13 


2 


2 






Miscellaneous 


214 


48 


262 


67 


16 


30 


19 15 

1 


18 


97 


198 


28 


19 


9 


8 




Totals 


14i9 


3067 


4996 


1322 


799 


904 


564 304 


398 


705 

1 


4056 


510 183 


117 


130 







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TABLE No. II. 

Shovfing Results of Treatment. 





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121 


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12 
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424 


Hip- Joint Disease 


345 




41 


Knee-Joint Disease 


103 


w rist-J oin t Disease 


5 
8 
4 
3 
9 
9 
338 


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1 
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53 






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6 


Shoulder- Joint Disease 


3 


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3 


Tarsal Disease 


6 


Sacro Iliac Disease 


4 


Lateral Curvature Spine 


261 


Torticollis 


14 


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5 




6 


Round Shoulders 


104 
165 
748 
20 


14 
12 

117 

7 


8 

11 

114 

4 






3 

8 

89 

2 


2 


79 


Club-Foot 


132 


Flat- Foot 


427 


Weak Anklej 


7 


Knock-Knees 


144 
273 


28 
67 


8 
9 


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53 




88 


Bow-Legs 


143 


Infantile Paralysis 


932 




110 






94 




728 


Other Paralyses 


254 


4 


36 






44 




168 




120 


16 


3 






7 




92 


Coxa Vara 


10 










3 




6 


Traumatic Joint Affections 


117 
83 
11 


33 

22 
2 


19 

18 
2 






13 
17 




51 


Fracture Deformities 


25 


Traumatic Dislocations 


7 


Rheumatoid Joint Affections 


63 
15 


4 
3 


15 
5 






20 
2 




24 


Internal Derangement Knee 


5 


Congenital Detect and \ 
Absence of Bones j 


26 




1 






3 




21 


















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26 


1 


2 






2 




20 


Bursitis 


7 




2 






2 




3 


Rachitic Deformities 


59 

23 

3 


8 
5 


8 
3 






S 

6 




38 




9 


Hemophiliac Joint 


3 


Delayed Development 


17 


4 


4 






2 




7 


Miscellaneous , 


263 


18 


47 






159 




87 


Totals 


4,996 


438 


576 


2 


14 


619 


21 


3,326 



TABLE No. III. 
Visits made to Dispensary and Homes. 



1909 

October 

November , . . . . 
December 

1910 

January , 

February 

March , 

April , 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September 

Totals. . 



Visits 

Made to 

Dispensary. 



2,347 
2,174 
2,051 

1,772 
1,929 
2,511 
2,366 
2,425 
2,319 
1,695 
1,560 
1,973 



25,122 



Visits made 
by Surgeons 
Outside the 
Institution. 



228 
228 
228 

228 
228 
228 
228 
228 
229 
229 
229 
229 



2,740 



Visits 

Made to 

Residences 

by Nurses. 



680 

885 
700 



782 
873 
697 
717 
850 
549 
674 
757 



,802 



Total 

Number 

of 

Visits. 



3,205 

3,287 
2,979 

2,688 
2,939 
8,612 
3,291 
3,370 
3,398 
2,473 
2,463 
2,959 

36,664 



TABLE No. IV. 
Instrument Report. 



INSTRUMENTS FINISHED. 



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13 


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7 


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5 


4 


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4 


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26 


126 


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191 


189 


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67 
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118 
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111 
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101 
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167 
133 

135 
117 
183 
183 
165 
194 
164 
178 
110 



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443 
405 

397 
409 
562 
510 
504 
535 
538 
496 
468 

5,544 



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487.50 

533.10 
555.00 
715.00 
593.00 
590.50 
783.00 
609.50 
708.00 
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439.90 
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518.10 
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534.80 
680.00 
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SUBSCRIPTIONS TO THE ENDOWMENT FUND. 



James K. Grade $5,ooo oo 

J. Pierpont Morgan 2,500 00 

D. Willis James 350 00 

Board of Supervisors 2,500 00 

Mrs. R. Fulton Cutting. . .2,600 00 

Mrs. C. P. Huntington 1,500 00 

Miss Amy Phipps 5, 000 00 

Henry Phipps 7,000 00 

Douglas Robinson 750 00 

Miss Spence's School Society. 10 00 

Mrs. Marion Story 4,500 00 

"A Friend" through Mrs. 

Story 200 00 

Mrs. F. F. Thompson 1,000 00 

Charles B. Alexander 100 00 

Mrs. C. B. Alexander. . . .25,250 00 

Boys' Guild 800 00 

Mrs. M. Dwight Collier 100 00 

Wm. B. Dodge 1000 00 

Mrs. Howland 150 00 

Morris K. Jesup 500 00 

Augustus D. Juilliard 500 00 

D. O. Mills 500 00 

Mrs. J. Archibald Murray 75 00 

Mrs. Whitelaw Reid 100 00 

Mrs. Douglas Robinson, Jr. 1,350 00 
Mrs. William D. Sloane. . .2,950 00 

David Willcox 450 00 

Albert Willcox 100 00 

Miss Kennedy. 200 00 

Henry T. Sloane 250 00 

Miss Helen R. Roosevelt 250 00 

Mrs. Jos. M. White 1,000 00 

"Anonymous" (through Mr. 

Munn) 100 00 

"A Friend "... 103 00 

Total Receipts to December 31, 



Bedell & Co $1 00 

Mrs. Charles de Rham, Jr. . .100 00 

Junior Guild 1,200 00 

Mrs. S. V. Harkness and 

E. S. Harkness 1,000 00 

McGibbon & Co 75 00 

V. J. Caso & Bros 20 00 

T. O. Smith Sons 60 00 

"Nemo" 15 00 

Mrs. Edward A. Smith 1,100 00 

Miss Emily A. Watson 3,000 00 

R. Fulton Cutting 10,000 00 

George Crocker 5,000 00 

James K. Gracie, (Estate). 25, 000 00 

Hugh D. Auchincloss 250 00 

J. D. Bartholomew 25 00 

Mrs. Simon Borg 1,000 00 

Ambrose K. Ely 1,000 00 

Endowment Guild .... 1,860 03 

Mrs. Leslie Morgan's School 

for Girls 18 00 

Mrs. Geo. W. Forsyth 250 00 

Miss E. S. Hamilton 1,500 00 

Miss Caroline de Forest 100 00 

Mrs. Fred. W. Vanderbilt. 1,000 00 

H. J. Duveen 500 00 

Charles T. Barney. 5, 000 00 

"A Friend " through Mrs. 

Douglas Robinson 500 00 

Mrs. Russell Sage 2,500 00 

Legacy of Zela Gibbes. . .25,000 00 
Legacy of James Henry 

Smith 100,000 00 

August Hecksher 10,000 00 

Estate of Maria C.Watson. 5, 000 00 



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Benj. W. Abert $ 500 

Fritz Achelis 25 00 

Mrs. Edward D. Adams 10 00 

Mrs. James H. Aldrich 5 00 

W. P. Aldrich 5 00 

Mrs. Chas. B. Alexander, 

Two Free Beds 50000 

Mrs. H. A. Alexander.. 10 00 

Mrs. H. M. Alexander. 10 00 

Mrs. J. E. Alexandre... 5 00 

Bernard G. Amend 5 00 

E. Asiel 25 00 

Mrs. J. T. Atterbury.. . 1000 

Mrs. H. D. Auchincloss 10 00 

Mrs. R. T. Auchmuty.. 50 00 

Mrs. J. S. Auerbach... 1000 

Mrs. F. McN. Bacon, Jr. 5 00 

Dr. Pearce Bailey 2500 

Mrs. Robert Ballentine. 50 00 

Harry Bamberger 1000 

Mrs. H. I. Barbey So 00 

Mrs. J. L. Barclay 1000 

Mrs. H. W. Barnes.... 5 00 

Morgan G. Barnwell... 10 00 

Mrs. Herbert Barry 5 00 

A. E. Bechstein 25 00 

Mrs. Gordon K. Bell... 25 00 

Eugene S. Benjamin... 10 00 

M. W. Benjamin 5 00 

Henry Bernheim 1000 

Mrs. C. H. Berryman.. 10 00 

Fredk. Billings 20 00 

Mrs. George Blagden.. 25 00 

Mrs. Thos. Blagden 5 00 

Mrs. DeWitt C. Blair.. 25 00 

Thomas B. Bleecker 10 00 

John H. Bloodgood. . . . 1500 

Edward C. Blum 10 00 

Henry Bodenheimer 5 00 

F. O. Boyd & Co 2 00 

Mrs. Edson Bradley... 10 00 

Herman Brand 5 00 

Mrs. R. S. Brewster... 5000 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert S. 

Brewster, Free Bed.. 25000 

Louis V. Bright 1000 

Miss Stewart Brown.. 5 00 

Mrs. T. M. Brown 1000 

Mrs. James A. Burden.. 10 00 



Mrs. James A. Burden, 

Free Bed 25000 

Mrs. Emil Caiman 500 

Joseph Cantor 500 

Mrs. Andrew Carnegie.. 500 00 
Louis C. Clark, Free 

Bed 250 00 

Catharine G. Clarkson. 20 00 

William P. Clyde 25000 

Mrs. A. Cohn 500 

William. Colgate 25 00 

Mrs. M. Dwight Collier 20 00 

Harris D. Colt, Jr 5 00 

Mary A. Conger 1000 

Mrs. H. Content...... S 00 

Mrs. W. S. Cowles 1000 

Mrs. W. S. Cowles, One- 
third Free Bed 83 33 

Mrs. R. Fulton Cutting, 

Free Bed 2*50 00 

Children's Fund in mem- 
ory of Mrs. James K. 
Gracie, Free Bed.... 25000 

Mark Davis 5 00 

Mrs. Jane Hunt de Boer 2 00 

Edward J. de Coppet.. 25 00 

Miss C. de Forest 1000 

Henry W. de Forest... 1000 

B. F. de Klyn 10 00 

Mrs. J. R. Delafield... 5 00 

M. L. Delafield 5 00 

Eugene Delano 25000 

Mrs. Warren Delano, Jr 25 00 

William Adams Delano 50 00 

Jacques Delmonte 1000 

Charles de Rham, Jr... 25 00 

Mrs. Chas. de Rham, Jr.. 25 00 

H. Casimir de Rham... 25 00 

Mrs. Henry F. Dimock.. 25 00 

Mrs. Wm. B. Dinsmore 50 00 

Mrs. Arthur M. Dodge 25 00 

Cleveland H. Dodge... 100 00 

Mrs. George E. Dodge 10 00 

Henry Dormitzer , 10 CD 

Mrs. Wm. P. Douglas.. 10 00 

Mrs. Ludwig Dreyfuss 10 00 

Mrs. John R. Drexel... 25 00 

James May Duane 25 00 



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Mrs. Eugene DuBois.. 3 00 
Mrs. John B. Duer.... 1000 
Mrs. Robert Dunlap... 10 00 

Mrs. Newbold Edgar.. 1000 

R. J. Eidlitz 2000 

G. F. Eisenmann 5 00 

Ralph N. Ellis 1200 

R. Erbsloh 1000 

A. Erlanger 5 00 

Mrs. Harris Fahnestock 
Mrs. H. C. Fahnestock. 

J. Feldman 

Mrs. W. B. O. Field.... 

Harry Fishel 

Nathan Fleischer 

Adolph Flisser 

Edward H. Floyd-Jones. 
W. C. Floyd-Jones, One- 
half Free Bed 

Giraud Foster 

Miss Frelinghuysen ... 

Emil Frenkel 

Miss Furniss 

Miss C. Furniss 



Mrs. Frank S. Gerrish.. 

Meyer Goldberg 

I. Goldman 

George J. Gould, Free 
Bed 

Miss Helen Miller Gould 

Mrs. Joseph B. Green- 
hut 

Mrs. Francis B. Griffin 

Miss Gertrude Renee 
Guggenheim 

S. A. Guiterman . . . 

Augustus C. Gurnee 

Mrs. W. S. Gurnee. 

Orthopaedic Guild, Four 
Free Beds i 

Orthopaedic Sewing So- 
ciety, Free Bed 

Boys' Guild, Free Bed .. 

Junior Guild, Free Bed. 



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Mrs. Harold F. Hadden. 10 00 
Mrs. J. E. Smith Had- 
den 10 00 

Miss E. S. Hamilton, 

Free Bed 2S0 00 

Mrs. Wm. P. Hamilton. 25 00 
Catharine L. and L. Gor- 
don Hamersley ...... 20 00 

Mrs. John H. Hammond. 25 00 

J. Montgomery Hare... 1000 
Miss Hildegarde Hard- 

enburgh 5 00 



Mrs. Charles W. Hark- 

ness 100 DO 

Edward S. Harkness ... 50 00 

Mrs. S. V. Harkness... 100 00 

Mrs. E. H. Harriman... 25 00 

Mrs. Thomas Hastings. 10 00 

Charles Hathaway 25 00 

Mrs. H. O. Havemeyer.. 10 00 

Samuel Hecht 5 00 

Henry Heide 1000 

Julius Heiman 5 00 

L. Heller & Son 3 00 

Heller, Hirsch & Co.... 2 00 

Charles I. Henry 1000 

Julius Herman 5 00 

Arnold Herrmann 5 00 

Mrs. Esther Herrmann.. 10 00 

Mrs. Richard M. Hoe.. 15 00 

F. Burrall Hoffman 10 00 

E. T. Holmes 1000 

Max G. Hopf 1000 

Mrs. Moses Hopkins... 10 00 

Mrs. Morgan R. Howe.. 10 00 

Mrs. Henry E. Howland. 10 00 

Mrs. C. P. Huntington.. 500 00 

John S. Huyler 10 00 

Mrs. Henry B. Hyde, 

Free Bed 250 00 

Mrs. William T. Hyde.. 10 00 

Mrs. Ida Ikelheimer . . . . 5 00 
Ind. Warschauer S. S. 

Society 5 00 

I. Isaac 5 00 

Bendet Isaacs 5 00 

Mr. & Mrs. W. E. Iselin. 10 00 

E. Jacobson 10 00 

Mrs. Walter B. James.. 25 00 

A. B. Jenkins 25 00 

Mrs. Walter Jennings... 10 00 

Mrs. M. K. Jesup 10 00 

Dwight A. Jones 1000 

Mrs. John Innes Kane.. 10 00 

Sig. Kastor 10 00 

Mrs. J. Kaufman 3 00 

Clarence H. Kelsey 25 00 

Mr. & Mrs. Walter S. 

Kemys 10 00 

Mrs. J. S. Kennedy 10 00 

Ad. Keppelman 5 00 

Miss Alice Keteltas 10 00 

Mrs. W. M. Kingsland.. 10 00 

James Klaber 1000 

Miss Adele Kneeland... 1000 
Leo, Edw. & Jos. Kohn- 

stamm 1000 

Charles M. Koplik 5 00 

Samuel Kraus 10 00 



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Mrs. Wm. Kraus S oo 

Roland S. Kursheedt. . . . lo oo 

August V. Lambert 5 00 

W. G. Langdon 1000 

J. Langeloth 10 00 

Sigmund Langsdorf i 00 

Mrs. James T. Leavitt, 

Free Bed 250 00 

Jacob Leitner 10 00 

Samuel H. Levy 5 00 

Abe Lewengood 1000 

Adolph Lewisohn 1000 

Mrs. Lowell Lincoln.. 5 00 
Mrs. Goodhue Living- 
ston 100 00 

Miss Julia Livingston... 10 00 

James Loeb 100 00 

Herman Loewenstein. . . 25 00 

Wm. C. Lobenstine 25 00 

Newman London 1000 

Mrs. Geo. de F. Lord... 10 00 

Seth Low 10 00 

Otto Lowengard 10 00 

Mrs. L. McL Luqueer... 10 00 

Wm. C. Lusk 5 00 

Geo. L. McAlpin 10 00 

Mrs. J. G. McCullough.. 10 00 

Miss C. G. McCurdy 5 00 

Henry K. McHarg 250 00 

Leroy McKim 10 00 

Malcolm MacMartin 1000 

Mrs. John W. Mackay.. 250 00 

Frank W. May 10 00 

Walter E. Maynard 200 00 

Wm. V. Martin 5 00 

Rev. H. P. Mendes 2 00 

E. Menline 10 00 

A. H. Meyer 1000 

E. L. Meyers S 00 

J. E. Milholland 5 00 

D. O. Mills 250 00 

Miss Agnes A. Minford.. 5 00 

Mrs. J. W. Minturn 10 00 

Mrs. R. S. Minturn, One- 
fifth Free Bed So 00 

Mrs. Annie O. Mitchell. . 50 00 

Geo. Barclay Moffatt. ... 10 00 

Mrs. J. Pierpont Morgan. 10 00 

K Morgan's Sons Co 30 00 

Mrs. M. L. Morgenthal.. 5 00 
Mr. & Mrs. Stanley Mort- 
imer, Free Bed 25000 

Mrs. Levi P. Morton 20 00 

Wm. F. Mott 25 00 

Mrs. Henry W. Munroe. 10 00 
Mrs. J. Archibald Mur- 
ray 10 00 

Marcus A. Myers 5 00 



Neugass Bros 5 00 

Mrs. Gordon Norrie.... 1000 

Mrs. C. McW. B. Noyes. 30 00 

Mrs. C. W. Ogden 10 00 

Miss Mary F. Ogden... 10 00 

Geo. M. Olcott 2500 

R. M. Olyphant 10 00 

Mrs. Emerson Opdycke. 5 00 
Simon Oppenheimer. . . . 1000 
Mrs. Wm. Church Os- 
borne 10 00 

Miss E. A. Osgood 5 00 

Max Ottinger 5 00 

Mrs. E. H. Outerbridge. 5 00 

Mrs. W. H. Page 5 00 

Mrs. Henry Parish, Jr... 10 00 
Mrs. Charles A. Peabody 5 00 
Mrs. Frederick Pearson. 25 00 
Mrs. Wheeler H. Peck- 
ham 20000 

Alfred Duane Pell 1000 

Mrs. C. E.H. Phillips... 500 

Henry Phipps 250 00 

Mrs. A. M. E. Peters... 10 00 

Albert Plaut 10 00 

Frank L. Polk. 50 00 

Ashton Howard Potter, 

One-fifth Free Bed.. 50 00 
Miss Grace H. Potter, 

One-fifth Free Bed... 5000 

Mrs. Pulitzer 25 00 

Percy R. Pyne 500 00 

Mrs. Moses T. Pyne 10 00 

Max Radt 1000 

Aaron Ratner 5 00 

Mrs. Whitelaw Reid, 

Free Bed 250 00 

Miss Redmond 25 00 

Herman Reis 2 00 

Miss M. S. Remsen 5 00 

Mrs. S. D. Ripley 10 00 

Mrs. H. A. Robbins 5 00 

Mrs. Douglas Robinson, 

One-Third Free Bed.. 83 34 

William Robison 1000 

Mrs. William Robison.. 10 00 
Mrs. William Robison, 

One-half Free Bed.... 125 00 

Rev. C. M. Roome 10 00 

Theodore Roosevelt, 

One-third Free Bed.. 8333 

Selig Rosenbaum 10 00 

Sig. H. Rosenblatt 1000 

M. Rosenshine 1000 

S. Rosenstamm 1000 

Miss Therese Rosenstein. 5 00 

Sidney Rosenstein 1000 

Mrs. Jacob Rothschild.. 1000 



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Edward Sachs 5 oo 

Paul J. Sachs lo oo 

Mrs. Russell Sage 500 00 

Julius Saul 5 00 

Miss Mary Hall Sayre.. 5 00 

Wm. H. Sayre, Jr 10 00 

Mrs. Simon Schafer 5 00 

Andy T. Scharps 5 00 

Jacob H. Schiff 25 00 

Mortimer L. Schiff 25 00 

Rev. L. Henry Schwab.. 2 00 

Mrs. Winfield Scott 5 00 

Miss Edith Scoville 25 00 

Miss Lois Church Sco- 
ville 200 00 

Miss Alary Frances Sco- 
ville SO 00 

Isaac N. Seligman 10 00 

Mrs. Alfred Seton 10 00 

Edward B. Sexton 10 00 

Mrs. Elliot F. Shepard.. 100 00 

Charles A. Sherman.... 25 00 

William Shillaber 25 00 

Bennett Benson Sloan.. 10 00 

Henry T. Sloane 200 00 

Mrs. William D. Sloane. 100 00 

Alfred L. Simon & Co... 10 00 

Mrs. J. Hopkins Smith.. 10 00 
Mrs. J. Hopkins Smith, 

Free Bed 250 00 

James Rufus Smith 10 00 

William Alex. Smith.... 10 00 

Mrs. Edward A. Smith.. 50 00 

Joseph Spector 5 00 

Fred T. Steinway 5 00 

Benj. Stern 25 00 

Henry Steinhardt 10 00 

Wm. R. Stewart 1000 

Mrs. Anson Phelps 

Stokes 25 00 

Mrs. Marion Story 100 00 

Edward Strasser 5 00 

B. Strauss 5 00 

Charles Strauss 1000 

Frederick Strauss 25 00 

Louis S. Stroock 1000 

A. Strykower 2 00 

Mrs. Walter S. Suydam. 10 00 



Edward N. Tailer 10 00 

W. V. S. Thorne 10 00 

Mrs. E. A. Thouron.... 5 00 

Tiffany & Co 2500 

Mrs. W. H. Tillinghast.. 10 00 

Mrs. James Timpson. ... 10 00 
Mrs. J. Kennedy Tod, . 

One-fifth Free Bed... 50 00 

Mrs. Aug. C. Tower 5 00 

Mrs. H. McK. Twombly. 100 00 
United Hebrew Com- 
munity 1000 

C. S. Untermeyer 5 00 

Mrs. Vanderbilt 100 00 

B. Veit 5 00 

A. Voltter 5 00 

H. C. Von Post 25 00 

Z. Von Raalte 10 00 

Wm. T. Wardwell 1000 

]\Irs. Geo. Cabot Ward.. 10 00 

Mrs. Geo. Henry Warren 25 00 

Mrs. J. H. Warren 50 00 

Mrs. W. Seward Webb.. 100 00 

Jacob H. Werbolovsk}'. . 10 00 

Miss Emily H. Wheeler. 5 00 

Mrs. G. G. Wheelock... 5 00 

Miss Caroline White.... 20 00 

Miss May W. White 10 00 

Nathaniel Whitman 100 00 

William Wicke 20 00 

Howard Wllletts SO 00 

Mrs. H. B. Wilson 5 00 

Mrs. H. S. Wilson 20 00 

Mrs. Wm. G. Willcox... 5 oo 

M. Wineburgh 1000 

Bronson Winthrop 100 00 

The Misses Wismer.... 30 00 

Mrs. F. S. Witherbee. ... 10 00 

Mrs. H. B. Witte 3 00 

Mrs. Woerishoffer 100 00 

Mrs. Lewis S. Wolff.... 10 00 
Genl. Stewart L. Wood- 
ford 10 00 

Airs. Peter B. Wyckoff.. 20 00 

R. W. Zundel - 5 00 



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DONATIONS. 

From October ist, 1909, to September 3otli, 19 10. 






Mr. Campbell thro Dr. Hibbs $ 5 00 

Campbell & Co. and Geo. H. Storm 13 00 

William P. Clyde for Christmas 100 00 

Heirs of A. K. Ely, in memoriam 100 00 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hamilton 10 00 

Peter Hein 500 

Hospital Saturday & Sunday Association 1.372 00 

Louis Levy 10 00 

Mite Box • 742 

Mrs. J. Archibald Murray 25 00 

Herbert C. Pell 18 44 

Bronson Winthrop 10 00 



SCHOOI. FUND. 
From October i, 1909, to September 30, 1910. 

CREDIT. 

Mrs. Andrew Carnegie $ 50 00 

Miss Julia L. Delafield 5 00 

Miss E. S. Hamilton • 1000 

Mrs. H. E. Howland 10 00 

Mrs. William D. Sloane 50 00 

Mrs. H. McK. Twombly 50 00 

Balance overdrawn 225 00 400 00 

DEBIT. 
Teachers Salary, 8 months $400 00 

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EN/0 YING THE FRESH AIR CURE 




ONE-OLD-CA T 



DONATIONS FOR SPECIAI, PURPOSES. 
From October i, 1909, to September 30, 1910. 

Permanent Building: 

Mrs. C. P. Huntington $10,000 00 

Mrs. Marion Story 50,000 00 

Mrs. Charles B. Alexander 5, 000 00 

Braces, Etc.: 

Orthopaedic Hospital Sewing Society 25000 

Park Drives: 

Miss E. S. Hamilton 10 00 

X-Ray Fund: 

Mrs. J. H. Warren 500 00 

Visiting Nurses' Salary: 

Mrs. Whitelaw Reid 700 00 

Mrs. William D. Sloane 700 00 

Mrs. Marion Story 700 00 

Mrs. F. W. Vanderbilt 700 00 

Gymnasium Fund: 

Henry C. Frick 1,600 00 

Miss Caroline White 700 00 

Special Fund for Children in Summer Home: 

Mrs. William D. Sloane 300 00 

Fruit Fund: 

A Friend 10 00 

A Friend thro Miss Dunlop 25 00 

Mrs. M. Dwight Collier 5 00 

Miss E. S. Hamilton 10 00 

Mrs. Douglas Robinson 12 50 

Mrs. William D. Sloane 50 00 

Mrs. H. S. Wilson 10 00 

Boys' Guild 25 00 

Junior Guild 40 00 

Orthopaedic Guild 75 00 

Orthopaedic Hospital Sewing Society 100 00 

Ice Cream and Cake: 

Mrs. Douglas Robinson 12 50 

Mrs. William D. Sloane 50 00 

Boys' 'Guild ' 25 00 

Orthopaedic Guild 100 00 

Potato Fund: 

A Friend 6 00 

.Boys' Guild 25 00 

Junior Guild 100 00 

Orthopaedic Hospital Sewing Society 100 00 

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ENDOWED BEDS. 

IN PERPETUITY. 

1883. By Miss C. B. Hicks, continued in perpetuity by Buchanan 

Winthrop. 
1886. By Mrs. Elizabeth Milbank Anderson, four beds, In Memoriam 

"J. Milbank Anderson." 
1891. By Mr. Alfred Corning Clark, three beds. 
1891. By Mr. Edward Severin Clark, two beds, to be known as the 

' ' Edward Severin Clark Beds. ' ' 
1891. By Mrs. Henry R. Winthrop. 

1893. By Mrs. William D. Sloane, In Memoriam "Wm. D. Sloane, Jr." 
1893. By James K. Gracie, In Memoriam "Anna Bulloch Gracie." 

1893. By Miss Sarah B. Gibbes. 

1894. By Mrs. Richard Tylden Auchmuty, two beds, In Memory of 

Richard Tylden Auchmuty. 
1894. By James H. Jones. 
1896. By Mrs. William Astor, In Memory of Helen Roosevelt. 

1896. By Mrs. Evan T. Walker, In Memory of John J. Walker. 

1897. By Mrs. William D. Sloane, two beds, one bed In Memoriam 

"Maria I^ouisa Vanderbilt, " and one In Memoriam 
" Emilie Vanderbilt Burden. " 

1898. By Mrs. Charles B. Alexander, named the Harriet Alexander 

bed, for her daughter. 
1901. By Mrs. N. A. Baldwin, In Memory of Louise Suydam Duer. 
1901. By Mrs. Benjamin Brewster, In Memoriam Benjamin Brewster. 
1 90 1. By Henry T. Sloane, Jesse and Emily Sloane Bed endowed by 

their father. 

1901. By Mrs. Marion Story, In Memory of M. Furman Hunt. 

1902. By James Henry Smith, two beds, In Memory of George 

Smith. 
1902. By Miss Emily A. Watson, In Memory of Mrs. Mary J. Walker. 
1904, By Miss Cornelia Prime, In Memory of her brother Temple 

Prime. 
1904. By Miss Helen Phipps. 

1904. By James K. Gracie, In Memory of Esther Gracie Ogden. 
1906. By Miss Caroline White. 
1906. By Mrs. M. Dwight Collier, In Memory of Maurice Dwight 

Collier. 

1908. By Mrs. H. N. Munn, Mrs. Augusta Munn Tilney, Orson D. 
Munn and Charles A. Munn, In Memory of Henry 
Norcross Munn. 

ToTAi, Beds Endowed in Perpetuity, 35. 
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The sum of $5,000 endows a bed in perpetuity : and the sum of 
$250 entitles the donor to a bed for one year. 

Form of Ciertificate to thf Donor of an 
Endowed Bfd in Perpe;tuity. 

N^m lark O^rtljnp^iiir Itapf ttsarg nnh Ifoapttal. 

This is to Certify that the New York Orthopaedic Dispensary 
and Hospital through its Trustees has received from 

herein designated as the donor, a fund of Five Thousand Dollars, for 
the purpose of founding and maintaining in accordance with its cor- 
porate powers an endowed bed in its Hospital in perpetual mem or j of 



The donor shall have the privilege of nominating the occupant of 
said bed but such nomination and the use of said bed shall be 
subject to all such rules and regulations governing endowed beds, 
and providing for the treatment, reception and discharge of patients 
as now exist or which may hereafter be enacted by the Board of 
Trustees of said Dispensary and Hospital. 

Witness this corporate seal of the New York Orthopaedic Dispensary 

and Hospital and the signatures of two of its officers, this 

dav of one thousand nine hundred and 



Secretary. President. 



YEARLY BEDS. 

ENDOWED DURING I9IO. 

1878. Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt's children, In Memory of "Their 
Mother," by Theodore Roosevelt, Mrs. W. S. Cowles, 
Mrs. Douglas Robinson. 

1886. By Mrs. James A. Burden. 

1890. By Mrs. Charles B. Alexander. 

1 89 1. By Mrs. James T. Leavitt. 
1891. By Mrs. R. Fulton Cutting. 
1894. By Mrs. Charles B. Alexander. 

1894. By Children's Fund, In Memory of Mrs. James K. Gracie. 

1895. By Orthopaedic Guild, In Memory^ of Ella F. J. Carpender. 

1896. By Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Mortimer, In Memory of Anna Hall 

Roosevelt. 

1896. By Orthopaedic Hospital Sewing Society. 

1897. By Orthopaedic Guild. 
1897. By Orthopaedic Guild. 

1899. By Mrs. J. Kennedy Tod, Mrs. Robert S. Minturn, Miss 
Grace Howard Potter and Ashton Howard Potter, In 
Memory of their father and mother, Howard Potter and 
his wife. 

1899. By Mrs William Robison and William Chauncey Floyd-Jones, 

In Memory of Caroline A. and William Floyd-Jones. 

1900. By Mrs. George Jay Gould. 

1900. By Junior Orthopaedic Guild. 

1901. By Mrs. Henr>' B. Hyde, In Memory of Henry B. Hyde, Jr. 

1901. By Mrs. Whitelaw Reid, " Church of the Incarnation Bed." 

1902. By Miss E. S. Hamilton, In Memory of J. Augustus and 

Mary W. Hamilton. 
1904. By the Boys' Guild. 

1904. By A. D. Juilliard. 

1905. By Julian B. Clark. 

1908. By Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Brewster. 
1910. By Mrs. J. Hopkins Smith. 
1910. Orthopaedic Guild. 

ToTAi. Beds Endowed in 1910, 26. 
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DONATIONS TO THE HOSPITAL. 

IN MA TERIAL. 

From January First, 1910, To December Thirty-First, 1910. 



JANUARY. 
Four copies of St. Nicliolas, for January, 
Six Turkeys, .... 
Ice Cream twice weekly for Matron's Table, 
Pint of Cream daily for Matron's Table, . 
Toys, 



Mrs. Russell Sage 
John McDermott 
S. Cushmans Sons 
T. O. Smiths Sons 
Mrs. George Kidd 



Five copies of St. Nicholas, five copies Chatterbox for year, 

Desk Chair for House Surgeon's Office, . Mrs. William D. Sloane 
Fruits and Flowers for Boys' Ward, 

Joseph Keller, Charley Younghaus, Willie Kierman 
(Through Miss Maria L. Duryee) 
Bngravings for Annual Report, . . Mr. Thaddeus h. Brown 

Kitchen Closets painted, . . . - . Mrs. Marion Story 

Wheelchair, . . . . . F. M. Gorham 

A Brace, .... Mrs. Charles B. Alexander 

One Hundred Dollars for Children's Clothes, . Mrs. William P. Clyde 



McGibbon & Co. 

Miss Whitcomb 
Osgood Welsh, Esq. 
Miss L,ouise Crocker 
Miss l/ouise C. Field 



FEBRUARY. 
Twenty-five Dollars for Endowment Fund, . 

(Through Miss Dunlop) 

Toys, 

Flowers, in memory of his Son, 

Flowers, ...... 

Oranges and Scrap Book, 

Six Trays and Wagon for Adult Ward, Rug for House Surgeon's Room, 

Mrs. Charles B. Alexander 
Shades for Help's Dining-room and Cook's Bed-room, A Friend 

(Through Miss Dunlop) 
Green Shades for School-room, .... Miss Hamilton 

Four copies of St. Nicholas, for February, . . Mrs. Russell Sage 

Clothes and Shoes, .... Mrs. Edward A. Smith 

Toys, ....... Mrs. B. T. Redd 



MARCH 



Toys, 

Two barrels of Potatoes, 

Flowers, 



Mrs. B. T. Redd 

Mrs. John Hobart Warren 

Mrs. Henry Parish, Jr. 



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Two barrels of Apples, .... Miss Whitney 

Oranges, ...... Miss Louise C. Field 

Four copies of St. Nicholas, for March, . . Mrs. Russell Sage 

Roses, ...... Mrs. Bradley Martin, Jr. 

Ten Dollars, .... Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hamilton 

(Through Miss Dunlop) 
Easter Eggs for all the Children, . . Mrs. S. Barton French 

Oranges and Scrap Books made by Gertrude Hogelin, Alice Wilson, 
Mildred Johnson, Violet Penny, 

S. S. Class Bedford Park Presbyterian Church 
(Through Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hamilton) 
Ice Cream and Cake, Entertainment Punch and Judy and Magic, 

Mrs. Douglas Robinson 
APRII, 

Ferns, from the fair held at Mrs. Alexander's house for the Country 
Home for Convalescent Babies, Sea Cliff, N. J., 

Mrs. Charles B. Alexander 
Basket and Toys, ..... The Misses Pollitzer 

Picture Books, Toys, Music Box and Games, Mrs. William Alexander 

Flowers, ....... Miss Clevenger 

Paper Dolls, ...... Miss Charlotte Lee 

Bag of Potatoes, ...... Miss K. Norwood 

Barrel of Potatoes, .... Mrs, John Hobart Warren 

Toys, ..... Mrs. Theodore Douglas Robinson 

Four copies of St. Nicholas, for April, . . Mrs. Russell Sage 

MAY. 

Weekly Drives for Hospital Children, Crackers and Milk served 

in Park, . . . Crippled Children's Driving Fund 

Flowers, ...... Mrs. Paul D. Cravath 

Two barrels Parsnips, . Country Branch, N. Y. Orthopaedic Hospital 
Flowers, . . Eastern Branch United Workers, Cos Cob, Conn. 

Flowers, ...... Miss Laura Livingston 

Books, . . . . • . . . Mrs. Chappell 

Flowers, ..... Mrs. J. Frederic Kernochan 

Flowers, ...... Mrs. V. Guingberg 

(Through N. Y. City Branch, National Plant, Flower and Fruit Guild) 
Four copies of St. Nicholas, for May, . . . Mrs. Russell Sage 

Flowers, ...... Misses Murray 

(Through N, Y. City Branch, National Plant, Flower and Fruit Guild) 
Flowers, ...... Miss Chapin's School 

Musical Entertainment in Wards, . . Hospital Musical Association 

JUNE. 

Flowers, ...... Fruit and Flower Mission 

Flowers, ...... Convalescent Home 

Flowers, . . . . . . . Raymond Cocks 

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Flowers, ...... Miss I/aura Livingston 

Clothes, ...... Mrs. Bdwin Thorne 

Flowers, ..... Mrs. H. Herbert Wheeler 

Flowers and Vegetables weekly. 

Mount Kisco Branch, N. Y. National Plant, Flower and Fruit Guild 

(Through Mrs. Russell A. Hibbs) 
Five Dollars, ...... Peter Hein 

Thirty-two boxes of Strawberries, . . . Mrs. R. S. Brewster 

Dolls House, ...... Mrs. S. S. Bulloch 

Bath Tub, ...... Miss Kate Norwood 

Scrap Books, ...... Miss Beth Chem 

Flowers, Vegetables and Strawberries, . . Mt. Kisco Branch 

(Through Mrs. Russell A. Hibbs) 
Four copies of St. Nicholas, for June, . . . Mrs. Russell Sage 



JULY. 

Scrap Books, . ... . . . Miss Beth Chem 

Flowers, ...... Mrs. Percy R. Pyne 

Toys and Books, ..... Mrs. George Kidd 

Flowers and Vegetables, weekly, 

Mt. Kisco Branch, National Plant, Flower and Fruit Guild 
(Through Mrs. Russell A. Hibbs) 
Flowers, ...... Mrs. George Hunt 

(Through N. Y. City Branch, National Plant, Flower and Fruit Guild) 
Flowers, ...... Mrs. John E. Borne 

Ice Cream, Cake and Raspberries, . . . Mrs. Marion Story 

Flowers, ..... Mrs. H. Herbert Wheeler 

Four copies of St. Nicholas, for July, . . . Mrs. Russell Sage 

Flowers, . . . . . . . E. W. Dodge 

Vegetables, ...... McAllister Llyod 

Weekly Drives for Hospital Children, Crackers and Milk served 

in Park, . . . Crippled Children's Driving Association 



AUGUST. 

Flowers, barrel of Apples, box of Vegetables, Mrs. Douglas Robinson 

Ice Cream and Cake, . . . Mrs. A. Murray Young 

Twenty-five Dollars for Fruit Fund, . . . .A Friend 

(Through Miss Dunlop) 
Two Wheel Chairs, .... Mrs. G. Herman Morris 

Four copies of St. Nicholas, for August, . . Mrs. Russell Sage 

Vegetables and Flowers, 

Mt. Kisco Branch, National Plant, Flower and Fruit Guild 
(Through Mrs. Russell A. Hibbs) 
Weekly Drives for Hospital Children, Crackers and Milk served 

in Park, . . Crippled Children's Driving Association 

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SEPTEMBER. 

Flowers, ...... Mrs." Douglas Robinson 

Two pairs of Crutches, . . . . W. C. Davidson 

Flowers, ....... Mrs. E. W. Dodge 

(Through N. Y. City Branch, National Plant, Flower and Fruit Guild) 
Flowers and Vegetables, 

Mt. Kisco Branch, National Plant, Flower and Fruit Guild 
(Through Mrs. Russell A. Hibbs) 
Fifteen Dollars for Endowment Fund, . . T. O. Smiths Sons 

(Through Miss Dunlop) 
Flowers, ....... Misses Pollitzer 

Vegetables, ...... Mrs. Charles de Rham 

Four copies of St. Nicholas, for September, . . Mrs. Russell Sage 

Flowers, ...... Mrs. Percy R. Pyne 

Portable Tray, . . . " . . Mrs. A. Murray Young 

Weekly Drives for Hospital Children, Milk and Crackers served 

in Park, . . . Crippled Children's Driving Association 

OCTOBER. 

Braces, . . ' . . . Mrs. G. Herman Morris 

Two barrels of Apples, .... Mrs. Paul Cravath 

Books, ...... Mrs. Benoist S. Reed 

Four barrels of Potatoes, .... Mrs. John Hobart Warren 

Barrel of Vegetables and Grapes, 

Mt. Kisco Branch, National Plant, Flower and Fruit Guild 
(Through Mrs. Russell A. Hibbs) 
Four copies of St. Nicholas, for October, . . Mrs. Russell Sage 

■ Toys, . . . . . . . Mrs. L. Schubart 

NOVEMBER. 

Toys, ........ Mrs. Rothild 

Four copies of St. Nicholas, for November, . . Mrs. Russell Sage 

Shades for Wards and Rooms, . . Mrs. A. Murray Young 

Toys, . . . . . . . Mrs. Chappel 

Fruits and Jam, .... Ethical Culture School 

Paper Dolls and Games, ..... Mrs. B. S. Redd 

DECEMBER. 

Flowers, ...... Mrs. Atwood Violett 

(Through N. Y. City Branch, National Plant, Flower and Fruit Guild) 
Thirty-one pounds of Tea for Dispensary Families, Fred'k Kernochan, Esq. 
Butter Knife for Nurses' Table, . . . . .A Friend 

(Through Miss Dunlop) 
Dolls, . . . . . . . . Mrs. Dorrance 

Furniture and China, .... Mrs. Edward A. Smith 

Barrel of Potatoes, .... George E. Rutton, Esq. 

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Scrap Book and Paper Dolls, 

Miss Beatrice Townsley and Mr. Philip Townsley 
Grape Fruit and Oranges, . . . Mrs. A. Murray Young 

Four copies of St. Nicholas, for December, . . Mrs. Russell Sage 

Rug for Nurses' Home, . . . Mrs. Charles B. Alexander 

One case Canned Corn, one case Canned Tomatoes, Fiske & Brown 

Toys and Dolls, ..... New York Soap Works 

One Dozen Gowns, .... St. Anne's Sewing Class 

Dolls, ....... Mrs. Henry Witte 

Magazines, ..... Miss Gertrude Carpenter 

Candy, ..... Mrs. Chappell and Miss Graves 

Six Turkeys, ...... John McDermott 

Christmas Tree, Present for each Hospital Child, also Presents for 

twenty-five Dispensary Patients, . Mrs. J. Fred'k Kernochan 

(In Memory of Miss Whitney) 
Present for each Child in Ward, Books for Nurses and Adults, 

Mrs. W. D. Sloane 
Gift for each of the Maids, ..... Miss de Forest 

Six Turkeys, ...... John McDermott 



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COMMITTEES 

OP the; 

(Tountri? Brancb anb 1lnbu6trialIScbooL 



Committee from the Board of Trustees. 

FRANK I.. POIvK, Chairman. 
WM. ADAMS DELANO, De; LANCEY K. JAY, 

ROBERT S. BREWSTER, CHARLES A. MUNN. 

Committee from Board of Supervisors. 

Mrs. CHARLES B. ALEXANDER, Chairman. 
Miss E. S. HAMILTON. 

Country Committee. 

Miss EMILY A. WATSON, Chairman. 

Mrs. RUSSELL A. HIBBS, Sec'y, Mrs. SHONK, 

Mrs. WM. REYNOLDS BROWN, Mrs. GALLOWHUR, 

Mrs. HOWARD FOSTER, Mrs. SPILKER, 

Miss SCHMIDT, FREDERIC H. ALLEN, 

Mrs. CUMNOCK, EDWARD C. POTTER, 

Mrs. HUNTINGDON, HOWARD WILLETS. 

Auditing Committee. 

Miss WATSON, Mrs. HOWARD FOSTER, 

Mrs. SPILKER. 

House Committee. 

Mrs. WM. REYNOLDS BROWN, Mrs. HUNTINGDON, 

Miss SCHMIDT, Mrs. HOWARD FOSTER, 

Mrs. SHONK, Mrs. RUSSELL A. HIBBS, 

Mrs. GALLOWHUR. 

Purchasing Committee. 

Mrs. RUSSELL A. HIBBS, Miss WATSON, 

Mrs. CUMNOCK. 

Christmas Committee. 

Mrs. HOWARD FOSTER, Mrs. GALLOWHUR, 

Miss WATSON, Mrs. RUSSELL A. HIBBS, 

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STAFF 
FOR mu 

Country Brancb anb Unbuetrial Scbool. 



Medical Staff. 

Surg-eoa-in-Cbief, 
RUSSKI.Iv A. HIBBS, M. D. 

Consulting- Physician, Consulting Opthalmologist, 

H. KRNST SCHMID, M. D. FRANK NEWTON IRWIN, M .D. 

Resident Surgeons, Dental Surgeon, 

FRED. D. WILLIAMS, M. D. D. AUSTIN SNIFFIN, D. D. S. 

ROBT. E. HUMPHRIES, M. D. 



House Staff. 

Superintendent, 
CHARLES H. BURR. 

Assistant Superintendent, Housekeeper, 

Miss JULIA F. WELLS. Miss EMILY BARTHOLOMAEI. 

Principal of School, 
Miss FRANCES E. BALDWIN. 

House-Mothers, 

Mrs. SCHOTTLE, 

Miss HELEN W. GOULD, Miss BERTHA A. GODING. 

Chief Engineer, 
JOHN W. HILFRANK. 



REPORT FROM THE COUNTRY BRANCH. 

To the Trustees of the New York Orthoptzdic 
Dispensary and Hospital. 

Gentlemen : 

The work of the Country Branch during the last year has been 
very satisfactory, as many children have left the Institution 
perfectly cured, and are earning their living in various positions, 
and some are showing great adaptibility as typists and steno- 
graphers ; it has been and will continue to be a problem what 
kind of work a cripple is best fitted to do, but I hope that we 
will gradually be able to give them, the necessary education, 
without wasting efforts in too many directions. 

It is with great pleasure that I refer to the interest shown by 
the medical profession in the Country Branch, and the high 
encomiums passed upon the work, as the methods of treating 
Orthopaedic diseases there has been pronounced by competent 
authorities as far in advance of similar Institutions in Europe, 
and it is to the skill and unwearied interest of the Surgeon-in- 
Chief that we owe this result. 

The Hospital was obliged last winter to grapple with an 
outbreak of Scarlet fever, and great praise is due to Staff and 
servants, for the admirable manner in which they adapted 
themselves to the situation. 

The new arrangement of turning one of the wards into servants 
rooms will meet a great want, and the changing another ward 
into an isolation ward, will enable the Hospital to have much 
better facilities for meeting any outbreak there might be of a 
contagious nature. 

There have been but few changes in the Staff, and their 
harmonious working together has been productive of excellent 
results, as they all evince great interest and conscientious efforts 
in the discharge of their duties. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Kmii,y a. Watson, 

Chairman. 

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of t\\i Qlountrg 1HranrI| attb Sttliustnal ^rljonL 

27) M<? Trustees of the New York Orthopcedic 
Dispensary and Hospital. 

GenTIvBMEN : 

The year just closed at the Country Branch was one of the 
most important in its history. The definite results looked for 
during the past were realized, when twenty-three patients were 
discharged as cured. All but one or two of these cases have gone 
to live under home conditions better than those from which they 
came and are either in school or working at something for which 
we have prepared them. 

During the year we have had an average of 122 patients, 
whose average age was 1 1 . 7 years. Of this number 112 were in 
daily attendance at school. The hospital furnished 40,689 free 
days care and 3,873 pay days care. 

The several departments into which the administration of the 
Hospital is divided are working in harmony and rendering 
efi&cient service. The medical and surgical side of our work as 
reported by the Surgeon-in-Chief, shows even better results than 
were expected. The home and school side of the child's life 
continues to be as helpful as in the past. The high character of 
our nursing staff does much toward creating and maintaining a 
wholesome home atmosphere. The school is well unified and 
supervised, so that its work compares favorably with the best 
public schools. In all our industrial work we have endeavored 
to undertake few things and to do those few well. We continue 
courses in cabinet making, wood-turning, sewing, dress making, 
cooking, typewriting and stenography, in addition to the regular 
school work. 

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In no sense do we think that the Hospital should guarantee 
the child's preparation for life, yet we endeavor in every way 
possible to make his stay with us so profitable, that his disease 
has through us become a blessing. No more patients are being 
admitted than may be properly cared for under this policy. 

In addition to the generous list of gifts to the hospital, it is 
fitting to mention the new X-ray apparatus furnished by Miss 
Watson. This has been needed for some time and has been 
found to be excellent in every particular. With it complete 
radiographic records of our cases will be made. We are deeply 
indebted to those who remembered us during the year and are 
pleased to note that the number is increasing. 

Respectfully submitted, 

CHARLES H. BURR, 

Superin tendent. 



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DONATIONS TO THE COUNTRY BRANCH 

IN MA TERIAL. 

From September 30, 1909, xo October i, 1910. 



OCTOBER, 1909. 
Phonograph Entertainment, . 
Five Dollars for Children's Entertainment, 
Tennis Balls for Children, 
Carbon Pictures, . . ... 

NOVEAIBER. 
Christmas Tree Trimmings, . 
Books, ..... 

Drawing L,essons, .... 

Flowers, ..... 

DECEMBER. 
Dress Goods, .... 
Plants, Flowers and Fruit 

Toys 

Candy, ..... 

Christmas Tree, 

Candy, ..... 

Paper Dolls and Books 

Christmas Stockings and Ten Dollars, 

Barrel of Flour, 

Toys 

Fruit, ..... 
Presents for Christmas Tree, 
Christmas Stockings, . . . Mrs. 

Victor Victrola and Twenty-nine Records 



Mrs. H. E. Foster 

Mrs. Vogl 

Mrs. Carrere 

Mrs. Pulsifer 



Mrs. C. C. Lloyd 

Mrs. J. Dickie 

Mrs. J. Dickie 

Mrs. Whitelaw Reid 



. . Mr. A. L. Campbell 

Mrs. Whitelaw Reid 

N. Y. Soap Works 

Miss Watson 

. White Plains Market 

Mr. R. S. Brewster 

Mrs. E. H. Horton 

Mrs. Eugene S. Reynal 

Mr. Hermann Meyer 

Mrs. John H. Hayden 

N. Y. Fruit Market 

Miss Watson 

Hibbs and Mrs. Wm. Sloane 

. Mr. A. Heckscher 



Tools, . 
Clothing, . 
Mittens, 
Flowers, 

Books, 

Victor Record 
Flowers, 
Victor Record, 



JANUARY, 1910. 



FEBRUARY. 



Mr. Byron Bayne 

Miss Sherwood 

. Miss Sherwood 

Mrs. Whttelaw Reid 

Mrs. H. E. Foster 

Mrs. Burr 

Mrs. Whitelaw Reid 

Miss Sherman 



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MARCH. 

Magazines and Games, ..... Mrs. Dickie 

Twenty-five Dollars for Children's Entertainment 

Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Nichols 
Flowers, . . . . ■ . . . Mrs. Dickie 

Flowers, ...... Mrs. W. A. Read 



APRIL. 



Books, .... 

Games, 

Games, .... 

Power Sewing Machine, 

Books, .... 

Subscription to Fourteen Magazines, 



Plants and Vegetables, 
Cut Flowers, 



Flowers, Fruit and Vegetables, 

Books, 

Books, 



Four Tennis Racquets and Net, 
Magazines for Children 
Books, Short Stories . 
Clothing for Children, 



MAY 



JUNF 



JULY 



Mrs. R. Wolfe 

Dr. Farrell 

Mrs. Seymour 

Mrs. J. B. Greenhut 

Miss Watson 

Mrs. R. A. Hibbs 



Mrs. Whitelaw Reid 
Dr. and Mrs. Swift 



Mrs. Whitelaw Reid 

Mrs, H. C. Henderson 

Miss Watson 



Mrs. Swift 

Mr. Pritchard 

Miss Watson 

A Friend 



AUGUST. 



Clothes for Children 

Toys and Games, 

Material for Sewing Classes 



Miss Haynes 

Mrs. G. D, F. Leith 

Miss Watson 



SEPTEMBER. 



Clothing for Children, 
Books for Staff, 
Toys for Children, 
Magazines, 
Eighty-four Books, 



Mrs. de Morinni 

Miss Watson 

Mrs. H. Simpson 

Mrs. Foster 

Anonymous 



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NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT 



OF THE 



Orthopaedic Guild 



OF THE 



126 East 59th Street. 



WITH A LIST OF MEMBERS. 



f f icers. 



President, 
Mrs. AUGUSTE P. MONTANT. 

Vice-President, 
Mrs. ATWOOD VIOLETT. 

Treasurer, Secretary, 

Mrs. ALFRED WAGSTAFF. Mrs. WARREN S. ADAMS. 



purcbasing Committee. 
Mrs. McCOSKRY BUTT. 



Ibonorarg Aember. 
Mrs. CHARLES B. ALEXANDER. 



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MEMBERS. 



Mrs. 


W. S. Adams. 


Miss S. A. Moller. 


Mrs. 


A. T. Ashemore. 


Miss 


La Montagne. 


Mrs. 


W. A. Bloodgood. 


Mrs. 


Huntington Norton. 


Mrs. 


George Bullock. 


Mrs. 


William Robison. 


Mrs. 


McCoskry Butt. 


Miss 


Remsen. 


Mrs. 


J. Edgar Bull. 


Mrs. 


John E. Roosevelt. 


Mrs. 


Le Grand h. Benedict. 


Mrs. 


R. B. Roosevelt. 


Mrs. 


Charles L. Baylis. 


Mrs. 


Norman B. Ream. 


Mrs. 


Fraser-Campbell. 


Mrs. 


H. S. Rokenbaugh. 


Miss 


E. C. Coppell. 


Mrs. 


Gerard Stuyvesant. 


Mrs. 


Victor Cumnock. 


Mrs. 


J. C. Smith. 


Mrs. 


Irving Cox. 


Mrs. 


A. E. Schermerhom. 


Mrs. 


F. de Peyster, 


Mrs. 


Kennedy Tod. 


Miss 


Delano. 


Mrs. 


J. T. Thompson. 


Mrs. 


Del Garcia. 


Mrs. 


H. M. Tilford. 


Mrs. 


W. G. Fleming. 


Mrs. 


Atwood Violett. 


Mrs. 


E. H. Floyd-Jones. 


Miss 


E. B. Weekes. 


Mrs. 


E. ly. Harkness. 


Mrs. 


Frances "Wellman. 


Mrs. 


Philander R. Jennings. 


Mrs. 


W. Hall Wickham. 


Mrs. 


Murray Livingston. 


Mrs. 


Wagstaff. 


Mrs. 


H. J. Luce. 


Mrs. 


F. Dana Winslow. 


Mrs. 


C. de Rham Moore. 


Mrs. 


J. C. Work. 


Mrs. 


A. P. Montant. 


Mrs. 


F. A. Walsh, Jr. 



ASSOCIATE MEMBERS. 



Mrs. 


James A. Blair. 


Mrs. 


Mrs. 


J. M. Barclay. 


Mrs. 


Mrs. 


E. J. Berwind. 


Mrs. 


Mrs. 


D. Fairfax Bush. 


Miss 


Mrs. 


E. L. Burrill. 


Mrs. 


Mrs. 


F. G. Bourne. 


Mrs. 


Mrs. 


Percy Chubb. 


Mrs. 


Mrs. 


W. S. Callender. 


Mrs. 


Mrs. 


George G. DeWitt. 


Miss 


Mrs. 


Charles D. Dickey. 


Mrs. 


Mrs. 


F. B. Griff en. 


Mrs. 


Mrs. 


John Greenough. 


Mrs. 


Mrs. 


Henry B. Hyde. 


Mrs. 


Mrs. 


de Heredia. 


Mrs. 


Mrs. 


Walter Jennings. 


Mrs. 


Mrs. 


Seth Low. 


Mrs. 


Mrs. 


Peter Moller. 


Miss 



W. J. Matheson. 
W. A. Perry. 
C. G. Peters. 
Elizabeth Remsen. 
B. F. Romaine. 
Frederick Roosevelt. 
L. L. Stanton. 
H. F. Shoemaker. 
Helen Stokes. 
J. Rhinelander Stevens. 
T. E. Satterthwaite. 
W. H. Tailer. 
Edwin Thome. 
F. W. Vanderbilt. 
Raymond L. Ward. 
M. Livingston Willard. 
Caroline White. 



56 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. 

In reviewing the work of the past year, 1909 and 19 10, and 
the nineteenth of the Orthopaedic Guild, it is most gratifying to 
be able to state that we can close with a record of activity equal 
to that of any previous year. 

Six new members were elected and our membership both 
active and associate, is larger than ever before, the number of 
members being eighty-one. 

Our Ward has, as usual, been well provided for, with all the 
necessary linen, clothing, etc., and we have this year supported 
four beds, this being one more than our regular number. 

The appeals for last Christmas and Easter offerings were most 
graciously responded to, and we have been enabled to subscribe 
liberally to the Ice Cream and Fruit Funds. 

During the absence of our President, Mrs. A. P. Montant, for 
the greater part of the winter, we have to heartily thank Mrs. 
William Robison for most ably presiding at all of the meetings. 

May we earnestly hope that the coming year may be one of 
prosperity and renewed interest in our work. 

B. J. Adams, 

Secretary. 



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CHRISTMAS OFFERINGS. 

Mrs. Fraser- Campbell $5 • oo 

Mrs. Charles L. Bay lis 5 -oo 

Mrs. C. de Rham Moore lo.oo 

Mrs. James A. Blair 25 .00 

Mrs. W. S. Adams 10. co 

Mrs Huntington Norton 5 00 

Mrs. Frederick de Peyster 5- 00 

Miss Delano 5 • 0° 

Mrs. Murray Livingston 5 ■ 00 

Mrs. Seth r.ow 5-oo 

Miss La Montague 5 -oo 

Mrs. W. G. Fleming 5 -oo 

Mrs. J. Edgar Bull 5-oo 

Mrs. Peter Moller 5-CO 

Miss S. A. Moller 10.00 

Mrs. E. L. Burill 10.00 

Miss E. C. Coppell 5-oo 

Mrs. Atwood Violett 10. co 

Mrs. George Bullock 3 • 25 

Mrs. Henry M. Tilford 5 -OO 

Mrs. F. B. GrifFen 1500 

Mrs, W. A. Bloodgood 10.00 

Mrs. J. T. Thompson 18.50 

$186.75 

EASTER OFFERINGS. 

Mrs. Charles B. Alexander $10.00 

Mrs. W. S. Adams 10.00 

Mrs. Henry B. Hyde 10.00 

Mrs. Murray Livingston 5 .00 

Mrs. C. de Rham Moore 10.00 

Mrs. Frederick de Peyster 5 -oo 

Mrs. Peter Moller 10.00 

Miss S. A. Moller 5-00 

Mrs. Charles L. Bay lis 5 • 00 

Mrs. J. E. Roosevelt 5 -oo 

Mrs. J. Rhinelander Stevens 10 . 00 

Mrs. George Bullock 5 -OO 

Mrs. James A. Blair 10.00 

$100.00 

ICE CREAM FUND. 

Miss Delano '. $5 -oo 

59 



MISCElvIvANEOUS DONATIONS. 



NOVEMBER, 1909. 



Two barrels of Vegetables, 

Two barrels of Potatoes, 

Clothes, 

Flowers. 

Three dozen Pillow Cases, 



DECEMBER. 



Clothes, ..... 

Fifteen Girl's Handkerchiefs, 

Filled fifteen Christmas Stockings for their Ward, 



JANUARY, 1910. 



Shirt Waists, 



FEBRUARY. 



Paper Dolls, 

Piano in School-room tuned, 

Box of Oranges, 

Piano in Guild Ward tuned. 

Six Wrappers, 



Six dozen Ward Pillow Cases, 
Three dozen Dimity Spreads, 
Fifteen Easter Ducks, . 



MARCH. 



MAY. 



Scrap Book, Paper Dolls, Shoes, 

Flowers, 

Four dozen pairs of White Stockings, 

Three dozen Under Shirts, 

Three dozen Diapers, 



Thirty-six Nightgowns, 
Twenty Dresses, 



JUIvY. 



SEPTEMBER. 



Mrs, William Robison 

Mrs. Warren S. Adams 

Mrs. Edwin Thorne 

Mrs. A. P. Montant 

Orthopaedic Guild 



Mrs. John E. Roosevelt 

Miss Jean Roosevelt 

Orthopaedic Guild 



Mrs. John E. Roosevelt 



Mrs. John E. Roosevelt 

Mrs. Alexander 

Mrs. Warren S. Adams 

Mrs. Warren S. Adams 

Mrs. Satterthwaite 



Orthopaedic Guild 

Orthopaedic Guild 

Miss Jean Roosevelt 



Mrs. John E. Roosevelt 

Miss Jean Roosevelt 

Orthopaedic Guild 

Orthopaedic Guild 

Orthopaedic Guild 



Orthopaedic Guild 
Orthopaedic Guild 



Flowers in Memory of her Father, Mr. Landon Ketchum, 

Mrs. Edvsdn Thorne. 



60 



FIFTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT 



OF TH:e 



ORTHOPEDIC HOSPITAL SEWING SOCIETY 



OF The; 



©rtbop^bic S)i0pcn0ari? anb Iboepital, 

126 East 59th Street. 



WITH A LIST OF MEMBERS. 



• ftlcere. 



President, 
Mrs. WAIvTER I/. SUYDAM. 

Vice-President, 
Mrs. JOHN E. ALEXANDRE. 

Secretary, Treasurer, 

Mrs. FRED'K a. HAIGHT. miss MARGARET S. REMSEN. 



purcbasind and Dfdtrlbuting Committee. 

Mrs. ARTHUR MASON JONES, Chairman. 



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ACTIVE MEMBERS. 

Annual Dues, $5.00. 



Mrs. William Alexander. 


Mrs. Robert A. McKim. 


Mrs. D. Latham Bartlett. 


Miss A. W. Martin. 


Mrs. James L. Barclay. 


Mrs. Frederick Nielson. 


Mrs. McCoskry Butt. 


Miss Mary Norrie. 


Mrs. Chas. A. Childs. 


Miss Kate Norwood. 


Mrs. Samuel A. Clark. 


Mrs. Herman Oelrichs. 


Mrs. Chas. C. Dickinson. 


Mrs. Chas. M. Oelrichs. 


Mrs. John B. Duer. 


Mrs. William H. Osgood. 


Mrs. J. E. S. Hadden. 


Mrs. Henry W. Payne. 


Mrs. Wm. Denison Hatch. 


Miss Ann Depew Paulding, 


Mrs. J. E. G. Higgens. 


Mrs. Wm. Pollock. 


Mrs. Chas. B. Hillhouse. 


Mrs. A. Drum Porter. 


Mrs. Henry E. Howland. 


Mrs. W. Kintzing Post. 


Mrs. C. I. Hudson. 


Miss Grace A. Potter. 


Miss Margaret Jackson. 


Mrs. Chas. de Rham. 


Mrs. Oliver G. Jennings. 


Mrs. Karrick Riggs. 


Mrs. Morris K. Jesup. 


Mrs. Winfield Scott. 


Mrs. George W. Kidd. 


Mrs. James Speyer. 


Mrs. Harry Kingsley. 


Mrs. Charles Steele. 


Mrs. Edward S. Knapp. 


Mrs. J. T. Thompson. 


Mrs. Harry K. Knapp. 


Mrs. Robert Thorne. 


Mrs. H. Sellars McKee. 


Mrs. J. Kennedy Tod. 


Mrs. Chas. H. Mellen. 


Mrs. John Hobart Warren. 


Miss Ward McAllister, 





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ASSOCIATE MEMBERS. 

Annuai. Dues, $10.00. 



Mrs. Archibald Alexander. 


Mrs. Philip Kearney. 


Mrs. C. B. Alexander. 


Mrs. Henry S. Mann. 


Mrs. Gustav Amsinck, 


Mrs. Bradley Martin, Jr. 


Mrs. Fordyce Barker. 


Mrs. Edward Reeve-Merritt. 


Mrs. R. L. Beekman. 


Mrs. William Starr Miller. 


Mrs. Bruce Brown. 


Mrs. Clarence Blair Mitchell 


Mrs. M. T. Campbell. 


Mrs. R. Burnham MoflFat. 


Mrs. Francis Carolan. 


Mrs. McMurtry. 


Mrs. H. J. Chisholm. 


Mrs. Fred'k Pearson. 


Mrs. M. D wight Collier. 


Mrs. Morton F. Plant. 


Mrs. John R. Drexel. 


Mrs. Whitelaw Reid. 


Mrs. Wm. B. Dinsmore 


Miss E. Remsen. 


Mrs. Newbold Edgar. 


Mrs. Douglas Robinson. 


Mrs. James W. Ellsworth. 


Mrs. Robert Sedgwick. 


Mrs. Henry C. Emmett. 


Mrs. Wm. D. Sloane. 


Mrs. F. de P. Foster. 


Mrs. Ed. A. Smith. 


Miss C. de Forest. 


Miss Josephine C. Smith. 


Miss C. Furniss. 


Mrs. Louis Lee Stanton. 


Miss S. Furniss. 


Mrs. Joseph Stickney. 


Mrs. J. B. M. Grosvenor. 


Mrs. Richard Stevens. 


Mrs. Chas. S. Guthrie. 


Mrs. John A. Stewart. 


Mrs. H. F. Hadden. 


Mrs. J. T.;Tower. 


Mrs. John A. Hadden, 


Mrs. Ed. M. Townsend. 


Miss E. S. Hamilton. 


Mrs. Samuel Untermeyer. 


Mrs. Edward S. Harkness. 


Miss Caroline White. 


Mrs. de Heredia. 


Mrs. F. S. Witherbee. 


Mrs. Gerald Hoyt. 


Mrs. Wysong. 


Mrs. Pembroke Jones. 





63 



FIFTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. 

«^ «^ 

The Fifteenth Annual Report of the Orthopaedic Hospital 
Sewing Society reiterates the events of former years. 

The meetings have been held regularly at the different 
members houses, these meetings are fairly well attended, and 
very practical work is accomplished. Mrs. Arthur Mason Jones, 
Chairman of the Purchasing and Distributing Committee reports, 
1,317 articles distributed during the past year and 1,518 articles 
replaced in the reserve closet for emergency use. 

The dues and contributions of the members are the only source 
of income, and each year the receipts average well over a 
thousand dollars. The total for 19 10 is $1,311.28 — as by 
Treasurer's report — showing that during the fifteen years of this 
Society's existence a very large sum has been collected and 
expended owing to the persistent and conscientious work of the 
members. 

This Society is for the purpose of supplying bed and table 
linen for the Hospital, but besides this, $450 was donated for 
braces, fruit and luxuries for the children during the last 
summer. So we ask our friends to unite with us again in the 
New Year and continue their interest and assistance. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Hei^En D. W. Haight, 

Secretary. 



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TWELFTH ANNUAL REPORT 

OF THE 

JUNIOR GUILD 

OF THE 

©rtbop^Mc E)i0pen5ar^ anb IbospUal, 

126 East 59th Street. 



OFFICERS. 

President, 
Mrs. I.. I,. BENEDICT, Jr. 

Secretary, 
Miss HElvEN TWEED. 

Treasurer, 
Miss MARGARET BENEDICT. 



Committees. 

Purchasing Committee, 
Mrs. WAI^TER C. STEARNS, Chairman. 

Visiting Committee, 
Mrs. H. H. H0I,I,ISTER, Jr., Chairman. 

Sewing Committee, 
Miss Margaret benedict, chairman. 



Miss Margaret Benedict 
Mrs. ly. Iv. Benedict. Jr. 
Miss Margaret Duryee. 
Miss Maria ly. Duryee. 
Miss Kate Fox. 



Mrs. James L. Barclay. 
Mrs. John Fox, Jr. 
Mrs. David Dana. 



Active Members. 

Annual Dues, $5. 

Mrs. H. H. Hollister, Jr. 
Miss Annie S. Hoyt. 
Mrs. F. C. Huntington. 
Miss Frances Hadden. 
Miss Rosalie G. Jones. 

Associate Members. 

Annual Dues, f 10. 

Mrs. W. G. Dominick. 
Miss Anita I,. Dominick. 
Mrs. W. H. Erhart. 



Mrs. F. B. Porter, Jr. 
Mrs. J. Otis Post. 
Mrs. Walter C. Stearns. 
Miss Susan W. Street. 
Miss Helen Tweed. 



Mrs. Charles Gould. 
Miss Elizabeth Hoyt. 



67 



SECRETARY'S REPORT. 

Our work eacTi year shows a striking similarity to the last 
and this year is no exception. 

We have again supported a bed in the Girl's East Ward and 
contributed to the various Funds of the Hospital a trifle less than 
the previous year. This was due to the fact that this year we 
supplied the Ward with 340 garments as against 214 last year. 

On Christmas a filled stocking was provided for each child in 
our Ward. 

The Guild has continued to employ a woman to do the 
weekly mending for the Ward throughout the year. 

At an amateur entertainment, consisting of music and 
monologues, on February 24th, $375 was cleared. 

As usual a great prevalence of contagious diseases has 
prevented much systematic visiting by our members. This year 
we hope to do more personal work among the children in our 
Ward. 

Respectfully submitted, 

HEI.EN Tweed, 

Secretary. 



68 




69 



MISCEIvLANKOUS DONATIONS. 

DECEMBER, 1909. 

Twenty-four Undershirts, . . . . Guild 

Thirty-six pairs of Stockings, .... Guild 

Fifteen pairs of Stockings filled, . . . Guild 

FEBRUARY, 1910. 
Forty-eight Night-gowns, ..... Guild 

Forty-eight Diapers, ..... Guild 

Books, ..... Mrs. L. B. Valentine 

MAY. 
Potatoes, . . . • • • Miss Hoyt 

JUNE. 

Eighteen Undershirts, ..... Guild 

Forty-eight Waists, . . . . . Guiid 

Thirty-six pairs White Stockings, . . . Guild 

JULY. 
Thirty-six diapers, . . . . Guild 

OCTOBER. 

Twenty-four Night-gowns, ... . . Guild 

Twenty-two Dresses, ..... Guild 

DONATIONS. 

Mrs. Charles B. Alexander $25 00 

Mr. Charles H. Tweed 25 00 

ENDOWMENT FUND. 
Guild $150 00 

POTATO FUND. 
Guild $100 00 

FRUIT FUND. 
Guild I20.00 

ICE CREAM FUND. 
Guild $20 00 

70 



NINTH ANNUAL REPORT 

OF THE 

BOYS' GUILD 

OF THE 

©rtbop^Mc Diepenear^ ant) Ibospital, 

126 East 59th Street. 



©fftcers. 

President, 
Mrs. EDWARD P. YORK. 

Secretary, 
Mrs. JOHN HOWELLS. 

Treasurer, 
Miss HILDA LOCKWOOD. 



Attiwt M^x&\xtxti. 

Mrs. AtvBERT J. AIKEN Miss HILDA I,eG. LOCKWOOD 

Mrs. BRITON N. BUSCH Mrs. OLIVER C. MACY 

Mrs. N. L- HERRICK Mrs. PAYSON McL- MERRILL 

Mrs. DUNCAN A. HOLMES Mrs. JOHN H. MORRILL 

Mrs. JOHN HOWELLS Miss EVELYN R. SMITH 

Mrs. PERCY K. HUDSON Mrs. KEYES WINTER 

Miss LOUISE ISELIN Mr.S. EDWARD P. YORK 



Mrs. CHARLES B. ALEXANDER. Miss THERESE ISELIN. 

Miss HOPETON ATTERBURY. Miss ANNE T. MORGAN. 

Miss CARO Q. BROWN Mrs. GEORGE MOSLE 

Mr. GARDNER W. BROWN Mrs. WELLIAM C. OSBORN 

Mr. VERNON H. BROWN Mrs. WILLIS D. WOOD 



3«ttior iHtmbfro. 

MURIEL G. CLARK KENT LEAVITT 

OWEN CORNELL CAROLA WI.NTER 

WILLIAM HOWELLS JOHN WINTER 
GORDON LEAVITT 

71 



SECRETARY'S REPORT. 

During tlie year we have lost two of our active members by- 
resignation and gained four active members and one associate 
member. We have supported one bed in the Boys' Ward, paid 
a seamstress every other week to do the mending, and provided 
the clothes required in the autumn. $25 00 was donated to the 
Fruit Fund, and $25.00 to the Vegetable Fund. No entertain- 
ment has been necessary to raise money during the last twelve 
months. An appeal in January from the committee for the 
Potato Fund was answered with I25.00. The children have been 
given the usual Christmas stockings and Easter toys. 

A small branch guild has been formed by the children of the 
members and their friends, with a yearly due of one dollar. 

A. W. H0WELI,S, 

Secretary. 



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MISCELLANEOUS DONATIONS 






NOVEMBER, 1909. 



Two dozen Stockings, 
Four dozen Undervests, 



Boys' Guild 
Boys' Guild 



DECEMBER. 



Thirty-five Stockings, 



Boys' Guild 



FEBRUARY, 19 10. 



Potatoes, 



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MARCH. 



Thirty-five Easter Toys, 



Boys' Guild 



Flowers, 
Tray, 
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MAY. 



Mrs. Howells 
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Mrs. Howells 



Ice Cream, 
Cake, 



JULY. 



Miss Brown 
Miss Brown 



74 



NEW YORK ORTHOP-^DIC 
DISPENSARY AND HOSPITAL. 

No. 126 EAST 59th STREET, 
Between Fourth and Lexington Aves. 



Open front 1.30 to 3.30 P. M, {^Sundays and Legal Holidays excepted) 
for the Reception and Treatment of Patients. 



Objects of the Institution. — " To furnish treatment to the poor 
with special reference to the Diseases and Deformities of the Spine and the 
Hip Joints and other of the more serious diseases of the bones and joints 
requiring surgical and mechanical treatment, and for giving instruction in 
the same." All cases of deformity, besides those mentioned, including 
Club Foot, Lateral Curvature of the Spine, Infantile Paralysis, Bow Legs, 
&c., are received and treated. 

Rules Governing the Admission of Patients to the Dispensary 
Department. — Professional services are rendered gratuitously. Those 
who can a£Ford to do so are expected to re-imburse the Institution for the 
actual cost of apparatus. Payment for apparatus is received in installments, 
if required. Apparatus, however, is never sold to patients or others- the 
Institution reserving the right to remove the apparatus and discharge any 
patient not complying with the directions of the Surgeons. Apparatus will 
not be supplied in any case that does not come under the immediate care of 
the Institution. 

Rules Governing the Admission of Patients to the Hospital 
Department. — Any suitable Orthopaedic case between the ages of four and 
fourteen may be admitted. (Subject to exceptions in special cases.) Board, 
J4.00 per week. Application for admission may be made to the Surgeon to 
the Hospital during the regular Dispensary hours. 

Rules Governing the Admission of Patients to the Country 
Branch and Industrial School. — Application for admission to this 
Hospital is made through the City Hospital, and only patients who are under 
treatment at the City Hospital will be admitted to the Country Branch. 

The Medical Profession and the public generally are invited to visit 
the Institution. 

The Institution is supported by the contributions of the benevo- 
lent. Contributions, which are earnestly solicited, may be sent to 
the Treasurer. 



Forty-fourth 
Year Book 

January 

nineteen 

HUNDRED 
AND TWET.VB 



THE i\L:vV YORK 

PU cue LIBRARY 



f^TOn, LENOX AND 
T!L!:.r-.,>l F0UMBATI0N8. 



■s. 



., Nev York 
Orthopaedic Dispensary 
AND Hospital 

126 EAST 59th STREET 
NEW YORK 



COUNTRY BRANCH 

AND 

INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL 

WHITE PLAINS 

NEW YORK 

\hI2 



opportunities for tlie Study of Orthopaedic Surgery, 

Both in Diagnosis and Treatment, 

will be afforded Members of the Medical Profession 

and Medical Students, on application, during 

the Autumn, Winter and Spring. 



FORM OF BEQUEST. 

/ bequeath to my executors the suin of. 

dollars, in TRUST, to pay over the same in 

after my decease, to the 'person who, when the same is pay- 
able, shall act as Treasurer to the Mew York Orthopcedic 
Dispensary and Hospital, organized in 1866, and incorpor- 
ated in the year eighteen hundred and sixty - eight ; to be 
applied to the benevolent uses and purposes of said Dispensary 
and Hospital, and, under its direction. 



THE NEW YORK 

PUBLIC LIBRARY 



A8T0R, LENOX AND 
TILDEN FOUNDATIONa. 




NfUi fork ©rttjnpcP&tr Itsprnaarg nnh IfospUal 

Supported by Voluntary Contribution. 



FORTY-FOURTH YEAR BOOK 



January first, 191 i 

TO 

January first, 191 2 



Bew IPork ©ttbopa^Mc 
S)i8pensar^ anb 
1F308pital 



126 East 59th Street, New York City 

and 

White Plains, New York 



^ 



OPEN FOR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS 
FROM ONE-THIRTY TO THREE-THIRTY 
P. M. DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS AND 
LEGAL HOLIDAYS 



CONTENTS. 

PAGE. 

Trustees and Officers, _-.--... --5 

Trustees' Standing Committees, -------- 6 

Board of Supervisors, .---.-..... j 

Medical Staff, - . - - - . 8 

President's Report, - -------- .-g 

Supervisors' Report, - 12 

Superintendent's Report, -------_. 15 

Hospital Surgeon's Report, --------- 17 

Summary of Monthly Reports, (Table I,) 20 

Results of Treatment, (Table II,; - 21 

Visits at Dispensary and at Homes of Patients, &c., (Table III,) - 22 

Instruments Made &c.. City Hospital, (Table IV,) - - - - 23 

Summary of Hospital Work, (Table V,)- - - - - - -24 

Operations Performed, (Table VI,) 25 

Country Branch, (Table VII,) ........ 26 

Instrument Report, Country Branch, (Table VIII,) - . _ 27 

Subscriptions to the Endowment Fund, ------ 29 

Treasurer's Report, ----- 30-31 

Annual Subscriptions, -----32 

School Fund, --- 36 

Donations received from October i, 1910, to September 30, 191 1, - 36 

Donations for Special Purposes, ------- ^7 

Donors of Endowed Beds, 38 

Form of Certificate to Donor of endowed bed, ----- 39 

Donors of Yearly Beds, - -40 

Gifts to the Hospital in Material during the year, - - - - 41 

Committees of the Country Branch, -._._. -44 

Staff of the Country Branch, 45 

Report from the Country Branch, 46 

Treasurer's Report, Country Branch and Industrial School, - - 48-49 
Donations to the Country Branch in Material during the year, - - 50 

Form of Bequest, Second page of cover. 

Rules and Regulations of Dispensary and Hospital, Third page of cover. 

ORTHOPEDIC GUILD. 

Officers and Committees, ---53 

Members, ------------ 54 

Annual Report, -- 55 

Treasurer's Report, 56 

Donations, ■""", 57 

Miscellaneous Donations, --------- 58 



CONTENTS— Continued. 

PAGB. 

ORTHOPEDIC HOSPITAL SEWING SOCIETY. 
Officers and Committees, -.. ......5^ 

Working Members, -..._--..- 60 

Associate Members, .__----... 60 

Annual Report, _.... gj 

Treasurer's Report, ..----.--.. 62 

JUNIOR GUILD. 
Officers and Members, ...--.... 63 

Annual Report, --..-.-....65 

Treasurer's Report, 66 

Donations, 67 

BOYS' GUILD. 
Officers and Members, _.._..-_. 68 

Annual Report, .-_.----. .-69 

Treasurer's Report, 70 

Donations, -----71 

ILLUSTRATIONS. 

New York Orthopaedic Dispensary and Hospital, ----- i 

The Main Entrance, Country Branch, ------ 9 

A Reunion June 10 I9ii,with the Cured Patients, - - - - 17 

A Visiting Nurse Treating a Patient in His Home, - - - - 22 

Manual Training and Wood- Working Shop— Country Branch, - 29 

At Play, - 37 

Enjoying the fresh air cure, --•---._- 37 

One-old-cat, 37 

Summer Scenes at the Country Branch, ------ 41 

Country Branch and Industrial School, -------45 

Cubicle in New Pavilion Country Branch, 53 

Marching to Improve Patients' Carriage, 59 

Girls Learning to Cook — Country Branch, ------ 63 

Weeding Dandelions at the Country Branch, ------ 69 



TRUSTEES AND OFFICERS 



OF THE 



N^iu fork ®rtI|opj^btr itapfnaarg anb l^njapttal 

FOR I9U. 



Trustees. 



ROBERT S. BREWSTER, 

51 Wall St. 
EUGENE DELANO, 

59 Wall St. 
WILLIAM ADAMS DELANO, 

4 East 39th St. 
W. EARL DODGE, 

113 East 7ist St. 
AUGUST HECKSCHER, 

576 Fifth Avenue. 
DE LANCEY K. JAY, 

32 Ijiberty St; 

FREDERIC A. JUILLIARD, 
70 Worth St. 

GEORGE G. MASON, 

10 Wall St. 
WALTER E. MAYNARD, 

Fifth Ave. Building, Madison Square. 
DAVE H. MORRIS, 

68 Broad St. 



CHARLES A. MUNN, 

361 Broadway. 
AMOS PINCHOT, 

32 Nassau St. 
FRANK L. POLK, 

32 Nassau St. 
PERCY R. PYNE, 

30 Pine St, 
HENRY T. SLOANE, 

B'way & 19th St. 
JOHN SLOANE, 

884 Broadway. 
S. B. P. TROWBRIDGE, 

527 Fifth Avenue. 

EVERT JANSEN WENDELL, 

8 East 38th St. 
HOWARD WILLETS, 

303 Pearl St. 
BRONSON WINTHROP, 

32 I<iberty St. 



Honorary Members. 

MELVILLE BROWN, . 1889 J. FREDERIC KERNOCHAN, . 1891 



Officers. 

President: 
EUGENE DELANO, 

59 Wall St, 



Vice-Presiden t : 
HENRY T. SLOANE, 

B'way & 19th St. 

Treasurer: 
F. A. JUILLIARD, 

70 Worth Street. 



Secretary: 
CHARLES A. MUNN, 

361 Broadway. 

Counsel: 
BRONSON WINTHROP, 

32 Ijiberty Street. 



TRUSTEES' STANDING COMMITTEES. 

FOR I9U. 



Executive Committee. 

De LANCEY K. jay, Chairman. 
HENRY T. SLOANE, Ex-off. FREDERIC A. JUILWARD, Ex-oS. 
CHARLES A. MUNN, Ex-oft. EUGENE DELANO, Ex-off. 
WILLIAM A. DELANO, 



Finance Committee. 

EUGENE DELANO, Ex-off. Chairman, 
HENRY T. SLOANE, Ex-off. PERCY R. PYNE. 

FREDERIC A. JUILLIARD, Ex-off. BRONSON WINTHROP. 



Nominating. 

CHARLES A. MUNN, Chairman. 
PERCY R. PYNE. HENRY T. SLOANE. 



Entertainment. 

WILLIAM E. MAYNARD, Chairman. 
S. B. P. TROWBRIDGE. DE LANCEY K. JAY. 



Auditing. 

PERCY R. PYNE, Chairman. ROBERT S. BREWSTER. 



Printing. 

CHARLES A. MUNN, Chairman. 
GEORGE G. MASON. AUGUST HECKSCHER. 



BOARD OF SUPERVISORS FOR 1912. 
Supervisors. 

Mrs. CHARI.es B. AI.EXANDER, Miss E. S. HAMII.TON, 

4 West 58th Street. 520 Park Avenue. 

Mrs. ROBERT S. BREWSTER. Mrs. HENRY E. HOWI^AND. 

100 East 70th Street. 14 West 9th Street. 

Mrs. TAMES A. BURDEN, Mrs. J. ARCHIBAI^D MURRAY, 

908 Fifth Avenue. 57 East 66th Street. 

Mrs. GIFFORD A. COCHRAN, Mrs. WHITEI.AW REID. 

12 East 55th Street. 45^ Madison Avenue. 

Mrs. M. DWIGHT COLWER, Mrs. DOUGIvAS ROBINSON, 

Lenox, Mass. 9 East 63rd Street. 

Mrs R. FUIvTON CUTTING, Mrs. WII,I,IAM ROBISON, 

24 East 67th Street. Massapequa, 1,. I. 

Mrs. CHARIvES D. DICKEY, Mrs. WII,I,IAM D. SI.OANE, 

^7 East 51st Street. 2 West 52nd Street. 

Miss C. de FOREST, Mrs. A. MURRAY YOUNG, 

27 East 72nd Street. 29 Park Avenue. 

Mrs. CHARLES de RHAM, Mrs. WALTER L- SUYDAM, 

24 Fifth Avenue. 5 East 76th Street. 

Mrs. WIIvWAM B. DINSMORE. Mrs. JOHN HOBART WARREN, 

II West 49th Street. 520 Park Avenue. 

Miss FRELINGHUYSEN, Miss CAROLINE WHITE. 

113 East 65th Street. 609 Fifth Avenue. 

Ibonorarig /iibembers. 

Mrs. E. MILBANK ANDERSON. Mrs. W. S. COWLES. Miss C. FURNISS. 

Mrs. WM. METCALF BLISS. Mrs. JAMES T. LEAVITT. 

©tficers. 

Pre sid ent . 

Mrs. CHARLES B. ALEXANDER. 

First Vlce=President. Second Vice=President. 

Mrs. A. MURRAY YOUNG. Mrs. JAMES A. BURDEN. 

Secretary, Treasurer, 

Miss E. S. HAMILTON. Mrs. CHARLES de RHAM, 

24 Fifth Avenue. 

StanDiriQ Committees. 

Auditing and Supplies. 

Mrs. JOHN HOBART WARREN, Chairman. 

Mrs. JAMES A. BURDEN. Mrs. WILLIAM D. SLOANE, 

Linen and House Purchases. 

Mrs. WALTER L- SUYDAM, Chairman. 

Mrs. J. ARCHIBALD MURRAY. Mrs. DINSMORE. 

Free Beds. 

Mrs. WILIylAM ROBISON, Chairman. 

Mrs. WHITELAW REID. Mrs. A. MURRAY YOUNG. 

Miss HAMILTON. Mrs. DOUGLAS ROBINSON. 

House. 
Mrs. M. DWIGHT COLIylER, Chairman. 
Mrs. WALTER L. SUYDAM. Miss WHITE. 

Mrs. H. E. HOWLAND. Mrs. R. FULTON CUTTING. 

Mrs. J. ARCHIBALD MURRAY. Mrs. BREWSTER. 

Entertainment. 

Mrs. C. B. ALEXANDER, Chairman. 

Miss FRELINGHUYSEN. Miss HAMILTON. 

Mrs. JOHN HOBART WARREN. Mrs. M. DWIGHT COLWER. 

Mrs. J. ARCHIBALD MURRAY. Mrs. DOUGLAS ROBINSON. 

Instruction. 
Mrs. DOUGLAS ROBINSON, Chairman. 
Miss FRELINGHUYSEN. Mrs. COCHRAN. 

Mrs. C. D. DICKEY. Mrs. C. B. ALEXANDER. 

Conference. 
Officers and Chairman of other Standing Committees. 



jflRatron. 

Miss SARAH H. DUNLOP. 



MEDICAL STAFF 

FOR J9I2. 



Consulting Staff. 



Consulting Surgeons. 
CHARX,ES McBURNEY, M. D. T. HAI^STEAD MYERS, M. D. 

B. FARQUHAR CURTIS, M. D. ROBERT ABBE, M. D. 

EUGENE H. POOI,, M. D. 
Consulting Physicians. 
ABRAHAM JACOBI, M. D. I.. EMMET HOIvT, M. D. 

THOMAS E. SATTERTHWAITE, M. D. WII^WAM M. POI^K, M. D. 

Consultant on Nervous Diseases. Consultant on Aural Diseases. 

PEARCE BAII^EY, M. D. EDWARD BRADFORD DENCH, M. D. 

Consulting Opthalmologist. Consulting Dermathologist. 

FRANK NEWTON IRWIN, M. D. GEORGE HENRY FOX, M. D. 

Consulting Roentgenologist. 
EUGENE WH,SON CAI,DWEI<I<, M. D. 



Surgeon-in-Chief to the Dispensary and Hospital. 

RUSSELI* A. HIBBS, M. D. 

Attending Surgeons to the Dispensary. 

HENRY J. BOGARDUS, M. D. BENJAMIN P. FARREI.I/, M. D. 

Assistant Surgeons. 
FREDERIC D. WIIvIvIAMS, M. D. ROBERT E. HUMPHRIES, M. D. 

ROBERT G. MOORE, M. D. FRANK F. I^YNE, M. D. 

REGINALD W. MacINTYRE, M. D. ARTHUR G. BRETZ, M. D. 

EI<I,IOT W. I,AWRANCE, M. D. 



fleutoloalcai Department. 

Attending Physician. 

HEI,EN CORREIvI, I.OEWENSTEIN, M. D. 

Assistant Physicians. 

I^UCY OSBORN WIGHT, M. D. AUGUSTA P. SCHUI,TZ, M. D. 

Corrective (BBmnastics. 

Attending Surgeon. 

MATHIIvDA K. WAI.I<IN, M. D. 

Instructors in Gymnastics. 

Miss HARRIET WII,DE. Miss JUUA VON SEDRR. 

Masseuses. 
Miss EMMA E. SCHRAMPF. Miss H. T. BRACKEN. 

Attending Physicians to the Hospital. 
WIIAIAM KENNICUTT DRAPER, M. D. I^EWIS F. FRISSEI.I,, M. D. 

Pathologist. 
MORTIMER WARREN, M. D. 
House Surgeon. Junior House Surgeon. 

HERBERT A. DURHAM, M. D. HAROI^D W. WRIGHT, M. D. 

Ibouse Staff. 

Superintendent. 
CHARI^ES H. BURR. 
Supervisor of Nurses. Matron. 

Miss ANNA M. GAFFNEY. Miss SARAH H. DUNI^OP. 

Registrar. Chief Engineer and Shop Forenaan. 

Miss GERTRUDE E. F. RANDOI^PH. JOHN SCHUM. 



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PRESIDE NT 'S REPORT. 

To the Trustees and Supervisors of the Ne%v York Orthopaedic 
Dispensary and Hospital. 

Ladies and Gentlemen : 

In view of the very comprehensive reports of the Surgeon-in- 
Chief, of the Board of Supervisors, of the Superintendent, of 
the Chairman of the Country Branch and Industrial School Com- 
mittee, and of the other departments, which fully set forth the 
different phases of the work accomplished the past year ; and 
in view also of the statements of the Treasurer, giving the In- 
come and Expenses and the Resources and Liabilities of the 
City Dispensary and Hospital and of the Country Branch, it 
seems unnecessary to do more than to invite your careful atten- 
tion to their unusually interesting and instructive contents, and, 
especially, to emphasize any valuable general suggestions that 
may be gathered therefrom. As a whole, these several reports 
completely present the work and financial condition of the New 
York Orthopaedic Dispensary and Hospital and of the Country 
Branch and Industrial School, for the year ending September 
30th, 191 1. 

Almost all departments of the work show increased activity 
and growth, and a greater and more intelligent interest on the 
part of those responsible for their development. This statement 
is borne out by the following items taken from these reports, 
namely : the greater number and increasingly recognized value 
of the visits made by the surgeons and nurses to patients in their 
"homes ; the small number of deaths, owing to the comparatively 
non-malignant nature of the diseases treated ; the tendency to 
treat patients of more advanced ages, to their advantage; the 
good work done in the Brace Shop, and the very creditable rev- 
enue therefrom; the new and noteworthy operation for hump- 
back, with its attendant success and promise ; the proposed re- 
organization of the medical and surgical staffs ; the excellent re- 



suits accomplished by the various guilds, societies and nurses 
under direction of the Board of Supervisors; the Superintend- 
ent's efforts to reorganize the several departments under his 
care, with a view to greater co-operation and efficiency ; the need 
of an increase of visiting nurses; and the Superintendent's new 
cottage at the Country Branch. 

The work done was larger, but, inasmuch as there was no im- 
provement in the conditions under which it was performed, and 
no increase of workers, it was accomplished under greater diffi- 
culties. More particularly was this true of the Dispensary work, 
which is so pre-eminently important in our scheme of service. 
Nevertheless, no movement was made in the direction of secur- 
ing funds for a new City Dispensary and Hospital, as it was 
thought prudent to postpone further action until certain impor- 
tant questions such as location, etc., could be more wisely deter- 
mined ; but, impatient as we were of any delay in this direction, 
we felt satisfied it would really prove, if brief, a gain of time in 
the end. The solicitation of funds for a new and greatly needed 
Dispensary and Hospital has, therefore, waited upon the selec- 
tion of a suitable site. This, however, is a matter too pressing 
to be much longer delayed. 

This hasty review of the surgical and medical work actually 
accomplished and suggested, makes it evident that the main pur- 
poses for which the City Dispensary and Hospital and the Coun- 
try Branch exist — namely, the alleviation of suffering and the 
promotion of cures among the sorely afflicted — were distinctly 
promoted. 

Turning now to the financial results of the year, it may be 
briefly stated that the expenses of the New York Orthopjedic 
Dispensary and Hospital exceeded its income by $4,749.91, not- 
withstanding the fact that the income from all sources was 
$6,771.74 greater than in the previous year. This was owing to 
the large increase in expenses for the year, namely, $6,980.95. 
Had the donations not shown an increase of $4,952.28, the re- 
sult would have been even less favorable, as the subscriptions 
fell off $1,047. This decrease in subscriptions makes clear the 
necessity of securing a larger number of subscribers and of sup- 
plementing our income in other ways, since the increase in ex- 
penses is due to the enlargement of the work and not to ex- 
travagance in the management. We must, however, put forth 



every effort to keep our expenses as low as may be consistent 
with the highest efficiency. Fortunately, we had a surplus of 
$6,686.85 ^^^ previous year, which enabled us to meet the 
$4,749.94 excess of expenses over income, and still close the 
year with a small surplus of $1,936.91. The resources of the 
City Dispensary and Hospital show an increase of $26,998.00 
over a year ago, which is an encouraging feature. This in- 
crease in resources or assets is apportioned as follows: 

Fund for permanent building $ 6,050 

Free beds endowed in perpetuity. . . . 10,000 

General Endowment Fund 9,640 

Special Funds 1,308 

$26,998 
COUNTRY BRANCH AND INDUSTRIAI. SCHOOL . 

This institution is proving more and more a valuable auxili- 
ary to the City Dispensary and Hospital, as it takes up and com- 
pletes the curative work so well begun in the City. It has had 
a busy and useful year and shown a better understanding of the 
problems committed to it. Its income has taken care of its ex- 
penses, though by too narrow a margin. An effort should be 
made to reduce its expenses, and so provide a safe yearly sur- 
plus, and this should be a fixed policy. The resources are prac- 
tically the same as last year. 

Through the continued generosity of Miss Emily A. Watson, 
a very comfortable cottage has been erected on the grounds for 
the use of our superintendent. This additional convenience is 
most highly appreciated both by him and by the Board, and their 
mutual thanks are extended to Miss Watson therefor. 

Again the management take very great pleasure in expressing 
their high appreciation of the painstaking and valuable services 
rendered by all those associated with them in this beneficent 
work. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Eugene Delano> 

President. 
New York, January nth, 1912. 



SUPERVISOR'S REPORT. 

To the Trustees of the New York Orthopaedic Dispensary and 
Hospital. 

Gentlemen : 

We have the honor to present the annual report of the Board 
of Supervisors. 

While outwardly uneventful, the past year has been rich 
in results, for which we are profoundly thankful, and which 
cheer and stimulate us to fresh efforts in the future. From the 
cases in our adult ward alone could be cited instance after in- 
stance which would be the strongest incentive to do our utmost 
in the cause of our Hospital. Such inspiration is irresistible, and 
our best endeavors are again pledged to its success. 

The undiminished interest and generosity of our auxiliary so- 
cieties has been the source of great gratification. We are always 
glad of this annually recurring opportunity to acknowledge our 
debt to them and to express our thanks, this year no less than 
ever. 

The Senior Society, the Orthopaedic Guild, has again been 
responsible for the support of four free beds and taken charge 
of the Girls' Ward, which means giving all supplies and many 
luxuries. The Orthopaedic Hospital Sewing Society has provided 
all the linen for the Hospital, which would otherwise have been 
a heavy item of expense to us, has given a free bed, and $ioo 
for braces for poor patients. The Junior Guild has supported a 
free bed, given $ioo to the Potato Fund, and $30 for ice cream 
and fruit. The Boys' Guild has also supported a free bed, and 
gave $25 to the Potato Fund, and $50 for ice cream and fruit. 
Reference to the individual reports of these societies will show 
that space allows only a portion of our indebtedness to be men- 
tioned here, that numerous other donations have been most gen- 
erously given. 

The salaries of the four visiting nurses have been met by sub- 
scriptions from the same ladies to whose generosity and interest 



the Hospital owes this important branch of its work, three of 
them members of our Board, Mrs. W. D. Sloan, Mrs. Whitelaw 
Reid, Mrs. Frederic R. Vanderbilt, and Mrs. A. Murray Young. 
We wish we could find benefactors to give at least two more. 
The usefulness of the Dispensary is enormously extended by 
this means, not allowing the patients to lose the benefit of their 
treatment, often assuring their cure. 

The gymnasium where the treatment for lateral curvature of 
the spine is conducted with such wonderful success, also again 
owes its existence to individual generosity, the salaries of its 
three teachers being paid by Mr. Chisolm, Mr. Frick, and Miss 
Caroline White. 

Our school for the maintenance of which we most earnestly 
solicit contributions, considering it a very important feature of 
our work, as it enables the patients to keep their places in the 
public schools, has been carried on with success, and we feel sure 
that our friends will appreciate our anxiety that it should con- 
tinue. 

The Sunday School was continued owing to the kind interest 
of those friends who have in the past given their services. We 
are glad to avail ourselves of this opportunity to express our 
sincere thanks for their unremitting attention. 

Our Special Funds are always of great interest, as we depend 
upon them for simple luxuries and extra comforts for the pa- 
tients and they assist us largely with our housekeeping. Their 
names explain their object: Ice Cream, Fruit and Potato or 
Vegetable Funds. We no longer need one for Park Drives, as 
in the past, for the Crippled Children's Driving Fund takes our 
patients twice a week to the Park in hot weather, an inestimable 
advantage and a privilege they greatly enjoy. 

Christmas Day was made happy by a beautiful tree, given in 
memory of our beloved Miss Whitney, whose annual gift it w^as 
for so many years, by Mr. and Mrs. Frederic Kernochan. Their 
kindness was deeply appreciated. The children had many pres- 
ents as well. Mrs. Sloane gave a beautiful toy to each, the dif- 
ferent Guilds gave stockings, Miss de Forest gifts to the em- 
ployees and numberless others were received to the great pleas- 
ure of all. 

Each year we are obliged to call upon the public for aid to 

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support our institution, yet we know that there are thousands 
of people in our city who would gladly give us the money re- 
quired, even at the cost of sacrifice to themselves, were the needs 
of our Hospital brought clearly before them. It is to do this 
that we beg the help of our friends, to spread the knowledge of 
what is done, and to make known how much more could be 
achieved were the means at hand ; we are confident that were 
this accomplished there would be no need for further plea. A 
visit to our Dispensary would be a far more eloquent appeal than 
any other could be, but we realize that for many this is impos- 
sible, and therefore we must try to carry our Dispensary to 
them, and put before them as best we are able just what we 
are appealing for. To relieve excruciating pain, often of years' 
duration, and the suffering of children, sometimes to transform 
minds which are crooked or undeveloped, because of crooked or 
undeveloped bodies, into normal, healthy ones, to make useful 
citizens of helpless charges, capable of bearing their part in the 
work of the community instead of adding to its burdens. What 
wonder that our hearts should burn with enthusiasm and that 
we should long to communicate it to those who do not share it 
only because they do not know as we do what possibilities exist. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Elizabeth Stewart Hamilton, 

Secretary. 



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SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT 

To the Trustees of the New York Orthopaedic 
Dispensary and Hospital. 

Gentlemen : 

At the beginning of the Hospital year, the buildings were 
in a bad state of repair and very crowded. Such repairs as 
were necessary have been made, and as much as possible has 
been done to relieve the conjested conditions of the Hospital 
and Dispensary. By your action fire escapes have been in- 
stalled in the rear of the Nurses' Home; fire escapes have 
been repaired and improved on the rear of the Hospital build- 
ing and such improvements as were recommended by Ex- 
Fire Chief Edward F. Croker have been completed. 

The several departments of the Hospital are working 
harmoniously and with an increasing co-operation we are 
pleased to observe ^n increasing efficiency. In an effort to 
improve the hospital and dispensary records we have adopted 
a complete but simple system which is satisfactorily fulfilling 
our peculiar needs. 

The continuous increase in the work done in the hospital 
and dispensary emphasises the limited space in which it is 
done. The larger work done in the dispensary has developed 
a larger field of work for our visiting nurses whose time is 
wholly spent in the homes of dispensary patients supplement- 
ing the work of the dispensary surgeons. An increase in this 
staff is very much needed. 

COUNTRY BRANCH : 



One-third of the number of patients in the Hospital at 
the beginning of the year have been discharged cured. This 
number is larger than the preceding year, and is the largest 
number discharged cured during any one year. There con- 
tinues, however, a great demand for admission to the Coun- 
try Branch. 

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The rapid cures effected during the past two years have 
introduced a new aspect to our work. Younger children have 
been admitted than formerly and with their coming the 
character of the school work has changed so that it more 
nearly conforms with the average public school work than 
in preceding years. Emphasis is still placed, however, on 
manual training, sewing, and cooking, and thorough courses 
in these branches are given in addition to the grammar school 
work. 

At the reunion at the Hospital in June, forty-one cured 
oases returned for the day, and it was learned from them 
that all of the boys and girls discharged as cured during the 
preceding years were either attending public school or earn- 
ing their own living. This result justifies the wisdom of the 
policy under which the Hospital is operated, as it indicates 
the permanent value of our work in preparing children to 
take their normal place in life. 

In the development of such an institution proper organi- 
zation of the several departments is necessary and important, 
by far the more important is the consideration of the in- 
dividuality of each child. Due regard for the development 
of that individuality is taken when selection is made of our 
house mothers, teachers, and nurses. In this respect we have 
been most fortunate in securing for these positions women 
whose character and ideals justify the conviction that we 
are doing our work well. 

A larger number of people than ever before are showing 
an interest in our work by gifts and by interest in individual 
patients. We are deeply indebted to these friends for the 
variation that they have brought into the lives of those who 
are necessarily detained here for a long time. It has been a 
source of continual pleasure to the Staff to have Miss Watson 
visit us frequently. Her deep interest in the Hospital at all 
times stimulates the enthusiasm of our workers. 

Respectfully submitted, 

CHARLES H. BURR, 

Superintendent. 



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To the Trustees of the New York 

Orthopaedic Dispensary and Hospital. 

Gentlemen : 

During the year ending- September 30, 191 1, the total number 
of patients treated in the Dispensary was 5,345. This is an 
increase of 349 patients over that of last year, or a 7% 
increase. Of this number 1,196 had joint tuberculosis; 472 
non-tubercular deformities of the spine; 1,024 deformities of 
the feet; 384 bow-lew or knock-knee, and 1,005 infantile paralysis, 
leaving a balance of 1,264 cases of various deformities all .be- 
longing to an Orthopaedic clinic. For details see Table No. i. 
Table No. 2 shows the result of the treatment. 364 were dis- 
charged cured ; 332 discharged relieved, making a total of 696 
restored to useful positions in the community. 22 died, and 
4,140 were continued for further treatment. I would especially 
call your attention to the few deaths as indicating the com- 
parative non-malignancy of the diseases treated in our Institution. 
Visits to the Dispensary and in the care of these patients is 
shown in Table No. 3. There were 24,918 visits to the Dis- 
pensary; 9,035 visits were made by nurses to patients at their 
homes, and 4,818 visits made to patients outside the Institution 
by surgeons, making a total of 38,771, an increase over last 
year of 2,107. I would call your attention especiall}^ to the 
number of visits outside the Institution, which is a feature of 
our work most valuable, because in this way we carry to patients 
outside the Hospital in a measure, Hospital treatment, thus 
saving to the Institution, Hospital care for many who would 
otherwise be compelled to occupy a bed in the Wards. 

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It is interesting also to note the ages of the patients treated. 
665 were above twenty years of age; 449 over thirty; 139 from 
fifteen to twenty ; 244 from ten to fifteen ; 325 from five to ten, 
and 258 from three to five. Under three years of age there were 
347. It has always been known that a large number of our 
patients are children, but it is possibly not as well known that 
1,114 were above twenty years of age. 

Brace Shop: — The total number of new instruments made 
in the shop was 1,905. The number repaired 5,881. The amount 
charged for apparatus to patients was $6,873, ^^^ ^^^ amount 
collected from patients was $5,447. This item is significant as 
it really is a contribution of over $5,000 from the patients them- 
selves to the Institution, and in proportion to their incomes is 
in my judgment very generous, as you know they are all poor. 

City Hospital: — The total number of patients treated in this 
Hospital was 368. 304 were discharged relieved; one died, and 
63 were continued October i, 191 1. The total number of days of 
free care was 21,954. The number of days of care paid for by the 
patients 1,223, making a total of 23,177. The average number 
of patients per day in the wards for the year was 63. The total 
number of operations performed was 407. As compared to 
last year there is a gain of 45 in the number of patients treated 
in the wards, and in operations a gain of 85, which is a gain 
of 14% in cases and 26% in operations. 

Country Branch — The number of patients treated in this 
Hospital during the year was 158. 39 patients were discharged 
cured ; 4 were dismissed for various reasons, and one died, 
leaving 114 on October i, 191 1. The number of days of free 
care was 39,384. The number of days of pay care, 2,719, making 
a total of 42,103. The average number of patients during the 
year was 115. The average age of these patients, ten years. 
The work in this Hospital as compared to last year, shows also 
a very encouraging increase. The number treated last year was 
157, and the number discharged cured was 23. It is obvious 
therefore, that we are beginning to get results there, and what 
is more encouraging is the fact that we are getting them in a 
much shorter time, because we are able to get the children 
earlier in life as well as, and this is of great importance, earlier 
in the course of their disease. The need of such a Hospital is 



evidenced by the fact which was noted above that we treated 

in our Dispensary 1,196 cases of joint tuberculosis. A large 

percentage of these cases should be in such a Hospital, as it 
is the only way to get good results. 

It is obvious from the foregoing that the need of a new 
Hospital, modern and adequate in equipment, increases from 
year to year. I hope we will soon see such a building. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Russell A. Hibbs, M. D., 

Surgeon-in-Chief. 



19 



TABLE No. I. 

Summary of New and Continued Cases received from September 30th, 1910 
to October 1st, 1911. 











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16 


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435 


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110 


2 


1 


8 


58 


24 


15 


2 


80 


16 


5 


'5 


4 


261 


371 


Torticollis 


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21 

42 

441 


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1 

19 

8 


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5 

7 


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7 

22 


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6 

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355 


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20 


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20 


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80 
132 
441 


13 




101 


Club- Foot 


174 


Fiat-Foot 


882 


Muscle- Bound Feet 


21 












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16 


18 


3 










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40 
40 
109 


8 
13 
61 


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21 
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9 


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1 
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7 


10 


32 
31 

82 


5 
4 
10 


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8 


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145 


47 




130 


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197 


31 


90 


14 


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117 


17 


16 


41 


18 


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3 


16 


88 


14 


6 


6 


3 


170 


287 


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144 


Fracture Deformities 


47 


8 


8 


7 


5 


1 


3 


15 


38 


2 


4 


2 


1 


26 


73 


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13 


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6 


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20 


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Deformities of the Toes. . . . 


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3 










8 


1 


1 






7 


17 




175 


37 


10 


23 
325 


16 

244 


7 
139 


24 
216 


58 
449 


146 
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10 

184 


6 
120 


5 
91 


8 
51 


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213 






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1978 


347 


258 


5345 







TABLE No. II. 
Showing Results of Treatment. 



DISEASE. 



P 6 



Pott's Disease 

Hip- Joint Disease 

Ankle-Joiut Disease 

Knee- Joint Disease 

Wrist-Joint Disease 

Elbow- Joint Disease 

Shoulder-Joint Disease 

Multiple- Joint Disease ,. 

Tarsal Disease 

Sacro Iliac Disease 

Lateral Curvature Spine 

Torticollis 

Round Shoulders 

Club-Foot 

Flat-Foot 

Muscle- Bound Feet 

Weak Anklej 

Knock-Knees 

Bow- Legs 

Infantile Paralysis 

Other Paralyses 

Lateral Sclerosis 

Cong-enital Disloc. Hip- Joint. 

Coxa Vara 

Traumatic Joint Affections... 

Fracture Deformities 

Traumatic Dislocations 

Rheumatoid Joint Affections. 

Spondylolisthesis 

Internal Derangement Knee. 
Cong-enital Defect and \ 

Absence of Bones J 

Osteitis 

Exostoses 

Bursitis 

Rachitic Deformities 

Deformities of the Toes 

Hemophiliac Joint 

Delayed Development 

Miscellaneous 



Totals . 



536 

435 

53 

132 

6 

7 

5 

4 

20 

8 

371 

13 

101 

174 

882 

21 

47 

130 

354 

1005 

287 

4 

123 

10 

144 

73 

13 

42 

2 

19 

36 

38 

5 

13 

86 

22 

4 

17 

213 

5,345 



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10 

11 

120 

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48 

1 

10 
1 
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29 

14 



17 
364 



25 



332 



481 



22 



479 

404 

39 

125 

3 

4 

4 

4 

13 

6 

300 

4 

72 

146 

644 

19 

39 

96 

174 

857 

190 

97 
9 

98 

34 
6 

11 
3 
9 

21 

20 

3 

9 

53 

12 

4 

6 

129 

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TABLE No. Ill, 
Visits made to Dispensary and Homes. 



1910 

October 

November 

December 

1911 

January 

February 

March 

April 

May 

June . . 

July 

August. ,,.... 
September. . . . 

Totals. 



"Visits 

Made to 

Dispensary. 



2,236 
2,169 

1,841 

2,277 
1,888 
2,474 
2,169 
2,494 
2,733 
1,420 
1,407 
1,810 



Visits made 
by Surgeons 
Outside the 
Institution. 



24,918 



401 
401 
401 

401 
401 
401 
401 
401 
401 
401 
401 
407 



4,818 



Visits 

Made to 

Residences 

by Nurses. 



875 
848 

777 

793 
616 
837 
772 
909 
604 
557 
733 
714 



9,035 



Total 

Number 

of 

Visits. 



3,512 
3,418 
3,019 

3,471 
2,905 
3,712 
3,342 
3,804 
3,738 
2,378 
2,541 
2,931 

38,771 



THE NEW YORK 

PUBLIC LIBRARY 



A8T0R, LENOX AND 
TILDEN FOUNDATIONS. 




A VISITING NURSE DRESSING A CASE OF SPINAL 
DISEASE IN HIS HOME 




A VISITING NURSE TAKING CARE OF A CASE OF 
HIP- 1 01 NT DISEASE IN HIS HOME 



TABLE No. IV. 
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1911 

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July 

August 

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108 

148 

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470 
383 

538 
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552 
599 
489 
520 
476 

5,881 



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525.50 
605.50 
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716.75 
632.50 
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667.00 
561.00 

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423.95 
526.75 
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7 


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Operation for Ununited Fracture 

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Operation for Hallux Valqus 

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Knee Stiffening 




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Fasciotomy for Torticollis 




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23 


11 


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It is with deep regret and sorrow that the Board of 
Trustees learns of the death of its former President and 
senior memher of the Board, Mr. 0. EGERTOjY SCHMIDT. 
Mr. Schmidt was a contemporary member of the Board 
with Mr. Howard Potter, Mr. Theodore Roosevelt and 
other founding members of the Institution. He succeeded 
Mr. Potter as President in 1890, when the latter resigned 
in order to tahe up his residence in London, and remained 
at the head of the Institution until 1909 when, owing 
to failing health, he retired from the Presidency, after 
an incumbency of nineteen years, but retained his position 
as a member of the Board until the time of his death. 

He was a gentlemrjun of the old school, always courtly, 
with a gentle grace of manner, a,nd was invariably con- 
siderate of the feelings of others. 

The welfare of the Hospital was ever dear to his 
heart and his devotion to its interests was unswerving. 
His memory will be cherished with affection by all those 
who came in contact with him and who followed his 
unselfish interest in its welfare during the most important 
period of the Hospital's development. 

IT IS THEREFORE RESOLVED that the Secretary 
be instructed to spread upon the minutes of this meeting 
the deep sense of sorrow which is felt by the Board at the 
loss of one who for so many years had been identified 
with the interests and growth of the Institution, and 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Secretary be 
instructed to send a copy of these minutes to the family 
of the deceased. 



THE NEW YORK 

PUBLIC LIBRARY 



A8T0R, LENOX ANB 
TILDEN FOUNDATIONS. 



SUBSCRIPTIONS TO THE ENDOWMENT FUND. 



James K. Grade $ 5,00000 

J. Pierpont Morgan 2,500 00 

D. Willis James 35000 

Board of Supervisors.. 2,500 00 

Mrs. R. Fulton Cutting 2,600 00 

Mrs. C. P. Huntington 1,500 00 

Miss Amy Phipps 5,ooo 00 

Henry Phipps ....... 7,000 00 

Douglas Robinson . . . 750 00 
Miss Spence's School 

Society 10 00 

Mrs. Marion Story 4,50000 

"A Friend" through 

Mrs. Story 20000 

Mrs. F. F. Thompson. . 1,000 00 

Charles B. Alexander.. 100 00 

Mrs. C. B. Alexander. 25,250 00 

Boys' Guild 80000 

Mrs. M. Dwight Collier 100 00 

Wm. E. Dodge 1,000 00 

Mrs. Howland. 15000 

Morris K. Jesup 500 00 

Augustus D. Juilliard 500 00 

D. O. Mills 500 00 

Mrs. J. Archibald Mur- 
ray 75 00 

Mrs. Whitelaw Reid . . 100 00 
Mrs. Douglas Robin- 
son, Jr 1,350 00 

Mrs. Wm. D. Sloane. 2,950 00 

David Willcox 45000 

Albert Willcox 100 00 

Miss Kennedy 20000 

Henry T. Sloane 250 00 

Miss Helen R. Roose- 
velt 250 00 

Mrs. Jos. M:. White.. 1,00000 
"Anonymous" (through 

Mr. Munn) 100 00 

"A Friend" 103 00 

Bedell & Co i 00 

Total Receipts to December 31, 



Mrs. Charles de Rham, 

Jr 100 00 

Junior Guild 1,30000 

Mrs. S. V. Harkness 

and E. S. Harkness 1,000 00 

McGibbon & Co 100 00 

V. J. Caso & Bros — 20 00 

T. O. Smith Sons.... 60 00 

"Nemo" 15 00 

Mrs. Edward A. Smith 1,100 00 

Miss Emily A. Watson 3,000 00 

R. Fulton Cutting. . . . 10,000 00 

George Crocker 5^,00000 

James K. Gracie (Es- 
tate) 25,000 00 

Hugh D. Auchincloss. 250 00 

J. D. Bartholomew.... 25 00 

Mrs. Simon Borg.... 1,00000 

Ambrose, K. Ely 1,000 00 

Endowment Guild . . . 1,860 03 
Mrs. Leslie Morgan's 

School for Girls.... 1800 

Mrs. Geo. W. Forsyth 250 00 

Miss E. S. Hamilton.. 1,50000 

Miss Caroline de Forest 100 00 
Mrs. Fred. W. Vander- 

bilt 1,000 00 

H. J. Duveen 500 00 

Charles T. Barney.... 5,00000 
"A Friend" through 
Mrs. Douglas Robin- 
son 500 00 

Mrs. Russell Sage.... 2,50000 

Legacy of Zela Gibbes 25,000 00 
Legacy of James Henry 

Smith 100,000 00 

August Hecksher .... 10,000 00 
Estate of Maria C. 

Watson 5,000 00 

Legacy of John S. Ken- 
nedy 9,500 00 

1911 $280,339 03 



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SUBSCRIPTIONS. 

From October ist, 1910, to September 30th, 191 1. 



A friend $ 5 00 

Albert, Benj. W 500 

Achelis, Fritz 25 00 

Adams, Thatcher M. ... 25 00 

Aldrich, Mrs. J. H 5 00 

W. P 5 00 

Alexander, Mrs. Chas. B., 

Two Free Beds 500 00 

Alexander, Mrs. Henry A. 10 00 

" Mrs. Henry M. 10 00 

Alexandre, Mrs. John E. 5 00 

Amend, Bernard G 5 00 

Asiel, E 25 00 

Atterbury, Mrs. John T. 10 00 

Auchincloss, Mrs. H. D. 10 00 

Auchmuty, Mrs. R. T. . . 50 00 

Auerbach, Mrs. Joseph S. 10 00 

Babcock, H. D 5 CX) 

Bacon, Mrs. Francis McN., 

Jr 5 00 

Ballentine, Mrs. Robert . . 50 00 

Bamberg, Benedictus .... 5 00 

Barbey, Mrs. H. I So 00 

Barnes, Mrs. Henrv B... 1000 

Mrs. Henry W... 5 00 

Barnwell, Morgan G 10 00 

Bechstein, A. E 25 00 

Benjamin M. W 500 

Bernheim, Henry 1000 

Berryman, Mrs. C. H. . . 10 00 

Billings, Frederick 20 00 

Blagden, Mrs. George . . 25 00 

" Mrs. Thomas . . 5 00 

Blair, Mrs. DeWitt C. .. 2500 

Bodenheimer, Henry .... 5 00 

Boyd, F. O. & Co 2 00 

Boys Gtiild, Free Bed . . 250 00 

Bradford, Anna S 10 00 

Bradley, Mrs. Edson 10 00 

Bramwell, E. P S 00 

Brand, Herman 5 00 

Brewster, Mrs. R. S 50 00 

Mr. & Mrs. R. S., 

Free Bed 250 00 

Bright, Louis V 10 00 

Brown, Stewart S 00 

Mrs. Thatcher M. 10 00 

Burden, Mrs. James A. . 10 00 

it tt a (( 

Free Bed 250 00 



Caiman, Mrs. Emil 5 00 

" Henry L 10 00 

Carnegie, Mrs. Andrew . . 500 00 
Children's Fund, Free 

Bed 250 00 

Clark, Mrs. Louis C, Free 

Bed 250 00 

Clarkson, Catharine G. . . 20 00 

Clyde, William P 25000 

Cohn, Mrs. A 5 00 

Colgate, William 25 00 

Collier, Mrs. M. Dwight . . 20 00 

Content, Mrs. H 5 00 

Colt, Harris D., Jr 5 00 

Coster, Mrs. Charles H... 1000 

Cowles, Mrs. W. S 10 00 

" " « i^ 

Free Bed 83 33 

Cutting, Mrs. W. Bayard. 100 00 
'f Mrs. R. Fuhon 

Free Bed .25000 

Darcy Lodge #187 F. & 

A. M ' 5 00 

Davis, Lewis S 5 00 

Mark 5 00 

de Boer, Mrs. Jane Hunt 3 00 

de Coppet, Edward J. . . 10 00 

de Forest, Miss 10 00 

" H. W . 10 00 

DeKlyn, B. F 10 00 

Delafield, M. L 5 00 

" Mi's. John Ross 10 00 

Delano, Eugene 250 00 

" Mrs. Warren 25 00 

de Rham, Charles 25 00 

" Mrs. Charles . 25 00 

" H. Casimir . . 25 00 

Dickey, Mrs. Charles D... 25 00 

Dinsmore, Mrs. Wm. B. . . 50 00 

Dodge, Cleveland H. .... 100 00 

" Mrs. George E. . . 10 00 

Dominick, Miss Anita M. 10 00 

Mrs. W. G 10 00 

Dorman, F. W 25 00 

Dormitzer, Henry 10 00 

Douglas, Mrs. Wm .P. . . 10 00 

Draper, Mrs. Wm. Perkins 10 00 

Drexel, Mrs. John R 25 00 

Dreyfuss, Mrs. Ludwig . . 10 00 

Duane, James May .... 25 00 



32 



DuBois, Mrs. Eugene 3 oo 

Eagle, Clarence H 2 00 

Edgar, Mrs. Newbold 10 00 

Edmonds, Mrs. W. D. . , 10 00 

Ehret, George lO 00 

Eidlitz, R. J 20 00 

Eiseman, Mrs. Sam 5 00 

Eisemann, G. F 500 

Ellis, Ralph N 12 00 

Erbsloh, R 10 00 

Erlanger, Abraham 5 cx) 

Erskine, Chas. W S 00 

Fahnestock, Mrs. Harris.. 25 00 

" Mrs. H. C. . . 10 00 

Fairchild, Mrs. Chas. S. . . 10 00 

Farley, Robert E 10 00 

Felsenthal, Julius 5 00 

Field, Mrs. W. B. O. ... 100 00 

Fischel, Harry 5 00 

Flisser, Adolph 8 00 

Floyd-Jones, Edward H. . . 25 00 
W. C, V2 

Free Bed 125 00 

Foster, Giraud IS 00 

Frelinghuysen, Miss 100 00 

Furniss, Miss 10 00 

" Miss Clementina 10 00 

Gambler, E. V 5 00 

Gerris, Mrs. Frank S. . . 10 00 

Goldberg, Meyer 3 00 

Goldman, 1 5 00 

Goodman, A Sj 00 

Gould, George J., Free Bed 250 00 

Greenhut, Mrs. J. B 25 00 

Griffin, Mrs. Frances B. . . 50 00 
Guggenheim, Miss Ger- 
trude R 25 00 

Guiterman, S. A 10 00 

Gurnee, Augustus G 50 00 

" Mrs. W. S 10 00 

Hadden, Mrs. J. E. Smith 10 00 

Haggin, Mrs. James B. 25 00 

Hamilton, Miss E. S. . . . 10 00 
" Free 

Bed 250 00 

Hamilton, Mrs. Wm. P. . . 25 00 

Hammond, Mrs. John H. 25 00 

Hare, J. Montgomery ... 10 00 

Harkness, Mrs. Chas. W. 100 00 

E. S 50 00 

Mrs. S. V 100 00 

Harriman, Mrs. E. H 25 00 

Hastings, Mrs. Thomas.. 1000 

Hathaway, Charles 25 00 

Havemeyer, Mrs. H. O. . . 10 00 



Hermann, Julius 5 00 

Herrmann, Arnold 5 00 

Herrmann, Mrs. Esther.. 1000 

Heide, Henry 10 00 

Heiman, Julius 5 00 

Heller, Hirsch & Co 200 

Hirsch, Joseph 5 00 

Hitch, Mrs. F. D 20 00 

Hoe, Mrs. Richard M IS 00 

Holmes, E. T 10 00 

Hopkins, Mrs. Moses 10 00 

Howland, Mrs. H. E. . . . 10 00 

Hunt, Miss E. D 10 00 

Hyde, Mrs. Henry B, Free 

Bed 250 00 

Hyde, Mrs. William T. . . 10 00 

Ikelheimer, Mrs. Ida .... 5 00 
Independent Warschauer 

S. S. Society 5 00 

Isaac, 1 5 00 

Iselin, Mr. & Mrs. W. E. 10 00 

Jacobson, E 10 00 

Jackson, Theo. F 10 00 

Jenkins, A. B 25 00 

Jesup, Mrs. Morris K. . . 10 00 

Jonas, Miss Senta S 5 00 

Jones, Dwight A 10 00 

Juilliard, Augustus D., 

Free Bed 500 00 

Junior Guild, Free Bed.. 25000 

Kane, Mrs. John Innes . . 10 00 

Kaufman, Mrs. J 3 00 

Kaufman, Louis S 00 

Kelsey, Clarence H 25 00 

Kemys, Mrs. Walter S. . . 10 00 

Kennedy, Mrs. John S. . . 10 00 

Keppelman, Ad 5 00 

Keteltas, Miss Alice .... 10 00 

Keyser, Mrs. Samuel .... 20 00 

Kingsland, Mrs. W. M. . . 10 00 

Klaber, James 10 00 

Kohustamm, Leo, Edw. 

and Jos 10 00 

Koplik, Charles M 5 00 

Kraus, Samuel 10 00 

Kursheedt, Roland S. . . 10 00 

Lambert, August V 5 00 

Langeloth, J 10 00 

Langsdorf, S i 00 

Langdon, W. G 1000 

Leavitt, Mrs. James T. 

Free Bed 250 00 

Lewengood, Abe 10 00 

Lewisohn, Adolph 10 00 

Lincoln, Mrs. Lowell 5 00 



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Lippmann, David lo oo 

Lobenstine, W. C. 20 oo 

Loeb, James 100 00 

Loewenstein, Herman .... 25 00 

London, Lewis A 5 00 

" Newman 10 00 

Lord, Mrs. George de F. 10 00 

Low, Seth 10 00 

Ludlow, E. L 10 00 

Luqueer, Mrs. L. McL . . 10 00 

Lusk, Wm. C 5 00 

MacMartin, Malcolm .... 10 00 

McAlpIin, Geo. L 1000 

McHarg, Henry K 250 00 

McKim, Leroy 10 00 

McLean, John S 10 00 

Mackay, Clarence H. ... 250 00 

Mrs. John W. . . 250 00 

Marie, Mrs. S. S S 00 

Martin, Wm. V 5 00 

May, Frank W 10 00 

Mayer, Gerson 3 00 

Maynard, Walter E 200 00 

Meinhard, Morton H 5 00 

Mendes, Rev. Dr. H. P. 2 00 

Menline, E 5 00 

Meyers, E. L 5 00 

Mills, Ogden 250 00 

Minford, Miss Agnes A. 5 00 

Minturn, Mrs. John W... 1000 
Mrs. R. S. Vs 

Free Bed 50 00 

Mitchell, Mrs. Alfred 50 00 

" Mrs. Annie O... 5000 
" Mrs. John Mur- 
ray 10 00 

Moffatt, Mr. and Mrs. 

Geo. B 10 00 

Morgan, Mrs. E. D 25 00 

" Enoch Sons Co. 20 00 

Morgenthau, Mrs. M. L. S 00 

Morawetz, Victor 100 00 

Mortimer, Mr. & Mrs. 

Stanley, Free Bed 250 00 

Morningstar, J 10 00 

Morton, Mrs. L. P 10 00 

Mott, Wm. F 50 00 

Munn, Charles A 75 00 

Murray, Mrs. Archibald. 10 00 

Myer, A. H 10 00 

Myers, Marcus A 5 00 

Norrie, Mrs. Gordon 10 00 

Ogden, Mrs. Charles W. 10 00 

" Miss Mary L. . . 10 00 

Olcott, George M. . . 25 00 

Olyphant, R. M 10 00 

Olmsted, Mrs. Charles T. 10 00 



Opdycke, Mrs. Emerson. . 5 00 

Oppenheimer, Simon .... 10 00 
Orthopaedic Guild, 3 Free 

Beds 750 00 

Orthopaedic Hosp. Sewing 

Society, Free Bed 25000 

Osborne, Wm. Church . . 10 00 

Osgood, Miss E. A. .... 5 00 

Ottinger, Max 5 00 

Parish, Mrs. Henry, Jr. . . 10 00 

Peabody, Mrs. Chas. A.. 5 00 

Pearson, Mrs. Frederick . . 20 00 

Peckham', Mrs. W. H 100 00 

Pell, Alfred Duane 10 00 

" H. C 10 00 

Peters, Mrs. A. M. E. . . 10 00 

Planten, John R 10 00 

Plant, Albert 10 00 

Polk, Frank L 50 00 

Potter, Ashton Howard, 

Ys Free Bed 50 00 

Potter, Grace Howard ^ 

Free Bed 50 00 

Potter, James Brown yi 

Free Bed 50 00 

Pulitzer, Mrs 25 00 

Pyne, Mrs. Moses T 10 00 

" Percy R 500 00 

Radt, Max 10 00 

Raister Heating Co 5 00 

Ratner, Aaron 5 00 

Redmond, Miss Emily . . 25 00 
Reid, Mrs. Whitelaw Free 

Bed 250 00 

Remsen, Miss Margaret . . 5 00 

Ripley, Mrs. Sidney D. . . 1000 

Robbins, Mrs. H. A 5 00 

Robison, Wm 10 00 

" Mrs. Wm 10 00 

Free Bed 125 00 

Roome, C. M 10 00 

Roosevelt, Theodore ys 

Free Bed 83 33 

Rosenbaum, Selig 10 00 

Rosenshine, M 10 00 

Rosenstamm, S 10 00 

Rosenstein, Sidney 10 00 

Miss Therese 5 00 

Sachs, Edward 5 00 

" Paul J 10 00 

Saul, Julius 5 00 

Schafer, Mrs. Simon .... 5 00 

Schiff, Mortimer L 25 00 

Jacob H 25 00 

Scott, Mrs. Winfield 5 00 



34 



Scoville, Miss Edith 25 oo 

" Miss Lois Church 200 00 

" Miss Mary F. . . 50 00 

Seligman, Geo. W 10 00 

" Isaac N 35 00 

Seton, Mrs. Alfred ro 00 

Sexton, E. B 10 00 

Shepard, Mrs. Elliott F. 100 00 

Sherman, Charles A 10 00 

Shillaber, William 50 00 

Simon, A. L. and L. L... 10 00 

Sloane, Henry T 250 00 

Mrs. W. D 100 00 

Smith, Mrs. Edward A. . . 50 00 

" Mrs. J. Hopkins . . 10 00 

" Wm. Alex 10 00 

Spector, Joseph 5 00 

Speyer, Mrs. James 10 00 

Steinhardt, Henry 10 00 

Steinway, Fred T 5 00 

Stern, Benjamin 25 00 

Stevens, Mrs. E. M. .... 25 00 

Stewart, W. R 10 00 

Stokes, Mrs. Anson Phelps 25 00 

Strasser, Edward 5 00 

Strauss, Mrs. B 5 00 

" Charles 10 00 

" Frederick 25 00 

Suydam, Mrs. Walter L. . . 10 00 

Stroock, Louis S 10 00 

Tailer, Edward N 10 00 

Thatcher, Thomas 20 00 

Thomas, Gertrude S 1000 

Thorne, W. V. S 10 00 

Thouron, Mrs. E. A 5 00 

Tiffany & Co 25 00 

Timpson, Mrs. James .... 10 00 
Tod, Mrs. J. Kennedy, }i 

Free Bed 50 00 

Tower, Mrs. Aug. C 5 00 

Tromstine, J 10 00 



Tuckerman, Alfred 10 00 

" Mrs. Paul . . 10 00 

Turnbull, Mr. & Mrs. R. . . 5 00 

Twombley, Mrs. H. McK. 100 00 

Ullman, Sigmund 5 00 

United Hebrew Community 10 00 

Untermeyer, C. S 5 00 

Vallens, Eugene 5 00 

Vanderbilt, Mrs 100 00 

Vanderpoel, Geo. B 10 00 

Van Raalte, Z 1000 

Van Winkle, Miss 5 00 

Veit, B 5 00 

Voltter, A 5 00 

Von Post, H. C 25 00 

Ward, Mrs. Geo. Cabot . . 10 00 

Warren, Mrs. Geo. Henry 25 00 

" Mrs. J. Hobarit 50 00 

" Mrs. Whitney . . 10 00 

Werbelovsky, J. H 10 00 

Wheeler, Miss Emily M. 5 00 

Wheelock, Mrs. G. G. . . 5 00 

White, Miss Caroline . . 20 op 

Miss May W 10 00 

Whitman, Nathaniel 100 00 

Wicke, William 20 00 

Willcox, Mrs. W. G 5 00 

Willetts, Howard 50 00 

Wilson, Mrs. H. S 1000 

Winthrop, Bronson 100 00 

Wineburgh, M 10 00 

Wisner, Miss 20 00 

Witherbee, Mrs. F. S. . . 10 00 

Woerishoffer, Mrs 100 00 

Wolff, Mrs. Lewis S. . . 10 00 

Woodford, Gen. S. L 10 00 

Wyckoff, Mrs. P. B 1500 

Young, Mrs. A. Murray . . 100 00 



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SCHOOL FUND 

From October i, 1910, to September 30, 191 1. 

CREDIT. 

Mrs. H. McK. Twombly $ 50 00 

Miss Delafield 5 00 

Miss E. S. Hamilton 10 00 

Mrs. W. D. Sloane 100 00 

Mrs. Andrew Carnegie 50 00 

Mrs. H. E. Howland 20 00 

Mrs Chas. D. Dickey 100 00 

Mrs. A. Murray Young 100 00 

Mrs. J. B. Duer 10 00 

Mrs. D. Robinson 100 00 

Miss Caroline White 100 00 

Mrs. R. Fulton Cutting 20 00 

Mrs. W. B. Dinsmore 10 00 

Mrs. R. S. Brewster 25 00 

Mrs. J. Hobart Warren 20 00 $720 OO 

DEBIT. 

Balance overdrawn forward $225 00 

Teachers' Salary, 8 months 400 oo 

Balance cash on hand 95 00 $720 00 



DONATIONS. 

From October i, 1910 to September s"^, 191 i- 

Mr. H. C. Frick, in lieu of entertainment $2,500 00 

Mrs. W. D. Sloane, in lieu of entertainment 2,500 00 

Hospital Saturday and Sunday Association 1,440 38 

Mite Box 12 71 

Mrs. Archibald Murray 15 00 

Josephine C. Smith 5° 00 

Douglas A. Willis 10 00 

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THE NEW YORK ] 

PUBLIC LIBRARY 



A8T0R, LENOX AND 
TILDEN FOUNDATIONS, 




A T FLA Y 




ENJOYING THE FRESfl AIR CURE 




ONE-OLD-CAT 



DONATIONS FOR SPECIAL PURPOSES. 
From October i, 1910, to September 30, 191 1. 

Permanent Building: 

Mrs. R. Fulton Cutting $1,000 00 

Mrs. H. E. Howland So 00 

Special Cleaning and Repairs : 

Mrs. R. Fulton Cutting 98 00 

Special Gymnasium Fund : 

Mr. H. C. Frick 1,600 00 

Miss Caroline White 700 00 

A friend thro Dr. Wallin 25 00 

Braces, etc. : 

Orthopaedic Hospital Sewing Society 100 00 

Special Fund for Children in Summer Home : 

Mrs. W. D. Sloane 300 00 

Fruit Fund : 

Boys' Guild 37 5o 

Mrs. M. Dwight Collier S 00 

Miss E. S. Hamilton 10 00 

Junior Guild 3° 00 

Orthopaedic Guild 75 00 

Mrs. Douglas Robinson 25 00 

Mrs. H. S. Wilson 10 00 

Special Painting Gymnasium : 

Mrs. Douglas Robinson 25 00 

Mrs. A. Murray Young 35 00 

Special Shades for Gymnasium: 

Mrs. A. Murray Young 61 21 

Ice Cream and Cake Fund : 

Boys' Guild 37 50 

Mrs. W. D. Sloane So 00 

Potato Fund: 

Miss E. S. Hamilton 1000 

Junior Guild 100 00 

Visiting Nurses' Salary: 

Mrs. Whitelaw Reid 700 00 

Mrs. W. D. Sloane 700 00 

Mrs. F. W. Vanderbilt 700 00 

Mrs. A. Murray Young 700 00 

Christmas Fund : 

William P. Clyde 100 00 

E. Delano 5° 00 

Mrs. Robert Goelet 25 00 

Geo. G. Mason 100 00 

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ENDOWED BEDS. 

IN PERPETUITY. 

1883. By Miss C. B. Hicks, continued in perpetuity by Buchanan Win- 

throp. 
1886. By Mrs. Elizabeth Milbank Anderson, four beds, In Memoriam 

"J. Milbank Anderson." 
1891. By Mr. Alfred Corning Clark, three beds. 
1891. By Mr. Edward Severin Clark, two beds, to be known as the 

"Edward Severin Clark Beds." 
1891. By Mrs. Henry R. Winthrop. 

1893. By Mrs. William D. Sloane, In Memoriam "Wm. D. Sloane, Jr." 
1893. By James K. Oracle, In Memoriam "Anna Bulloch Gracie." 

1893. By Miss Sarah B. Gibbes. 

1894. By Mrs. Richard Tylden Auchmuty, two beds. In Memory of 

Richard Tylden Auchmuty. 
1894. By James H. Jones. 
1896. By Mrs. William Astor, In Memory of Helen Roosevelt. 

1896. By Mrs. Evan T. Walker, In Memory of John J. Walker 

1897. By Mrs. William D. Sloane, two beds, one bed In Memoriam 

"Maria Louisa Vanderbilt," and one In Memoriam "Emilie 
Vanderbilt Burden." 

1898. By Mrs. Charles B. Alexander, named the Harriet Alexander bed, 

for her daughter. 
T901. By Mrs. N. A. Baldwin, in Memory of Louise Suydam Duer. 
1901. By Mrs. Benjamin Brewster, In Memoriam Benjamin Brewster. 
1901. By Henry T. Sloane, Jessie and Emily Sloane Bed endowed by 

their father. 

1901. By Mrs. Marion Story, In Memory of M. Furman Hunt. 

1902. By James Henry Smith, two beds. In Memory of George Smith. 
1902. By Miss Emily A. Watson, In Memory of Mrs. Mary J. Walker. 
1904. By Miss Cornelia Prime, In Memory of her brother Temple Prime. 
1904. By Miss Helen Phipps. 

1904. By James K. Gracie, In Memory of Esther Gracie Ogden. 

1906. By Miss Caroline White. 

1906. By Mrs. M. Dwight Collier, In Memory of Maurice Dwight Collier. 

1908. By Mrs. H. N. Munn, Mrs.Augusta Munn Tilney, Orson D. Munn 
and Charles A. Munn, In Memory of Henry Norcross Munn. 

191 1. By Everetta C. Whitney estate. 

191 1. By Miss Josephine C. Smith, In Memory of her father, Dr. Ed- 
ward A. Smith, and her mother, Rebecca Miller Smith. 
Total Beds Endowed in Perpetuity, 37. 

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The sum of $5,000 endows a bed in perpetuity : and the sum of 
$250 entitles the donor to a bed for one year. 

Form of Certificate to the Donor of an 
Endowed Bed in Perpetuity. 

N^m fork (§rtii0p^hx( SiBprnHarg atti lloBpttal. 

This is to Certify that the New York Orthopaedic Dispensary 
and Hospital through its Trustees has received from 

herein designated as the donor, a fund of Five Thousand Dollars, for 
the purpose of founding and maintaining in accordance with its cor- 
porate powers an endowed bed in its Hospital in perpetual memory of 



The donor shall bare the privilege of nominating the occupant of 
said bed but such nomination and the use of said bed shall be 
subject to all such rules and regulations governing endowed beds, 
and providing for the treatment, reception and discharge of patients 
as now exist or which may hereafter be enacted by the Board of 
Trustees of said Dispensary and Hospital. 

Witness this corporate seal of the New York Orthopasdic Dispensary 

and Hospital and the signatures of two of its officers, this 

day of one thousand nine hundred and 



Secretary. President. 



YEARLY BEDS. 

ENDOWED DURING 1911. 

1878. Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt's children, In ^lemory of "Their Mother," 
by Theodore Roosevelt, Mrs. W. S. Cowles, Mrs. Douglas 
Robinson. 

1886. By ^Irs. James A. Burden. 

1890. By Mrs. Charles B. Alexander. 

1 891. By Mrs. James T. Leavitt. 
1891. By Mrs. R. Fulton Cutting. 
1894. By Mrs. Charles B. Alexander. 

1894. By Children's Fund, In ^Memory of Mrs. James K. Grade. 

1895. By Orthopaedic Guild, In Memory of Ella F. J. Carpender. 

1896. By Mr. and Mrs. Stanley ^^lortimer, In Memory of Anna Hall 

Roosevelt. 

1896. By Orthopsedic Hospital Sewing Society. 

1897. By Orthopsedic Guild. 
1897. By Orthopsedic Guild. 

1899. By Mrs. J. Kennedy Tod, :Mrs. Robert S. Minturn, Miss Grace 
Howard Potter and Ashton Howard Potter, In Memory of 
their father and mother, Howard Potter and his wife. 

1899. By Mrs. William Robinson and William Chauncey Floyd-Jones, In 

Memory of Caroline A. and William Floyd-Jones. 

1900. By Mrs. George Jay Gould. 

1900. By Junior Orthopsedic Guild. 

1901. By Mrs. Henry B. Hyde, In [Memory of Henry B. Hyde, Jr. 

1901. By Mrs. Whitelaw Reid, "Church of the Incarnation Bed." 

1902. By Miss E. S. Hamilton, In Memory' of J. Augustus and Mary 

W. Hamilton. 
1904. By the Boys' Guild. 

1904. By A. D. Juilliard. 

1905. By Julian B. Clark. 

1908. By Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Brewster. 

Total Beds Endowed in 191 i, 24. j 

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SUMMER SCENES AT THE COUNTRY BRANCH 



GIFTS TO THE HOSPITAL. 

IN MA TERIAL. 

From January First, 1911, to December Thirty-First, 1912. 

t^ "^ 

GIFTS, JANUARY, 1911. 

Easter Lilies, Clothes Miss Josephine Smith 

Five copies Chatterbox, five copies St. Nicholas, for the year 

Mrs. Wm D. Sloane 

Pint of Cream daily for Matron's table T. O. Smith's Son 

Invalid's Chair Mrs. G. S. Price 

Four copies St. Nicholas Mrs. Russel Sage 

GIFTS, FEBRUARY, 191 1. 

Flowers Miss Margaret PoUitzer 

Twenty-five Dollars for Endowment Fund (Through Miss Dunlop) 

McGibbon & Co. 

Books Mrs. Benoit S. Redd 

Toys and Dolls Mrs. W. B. Dinsmore 

4 Copies of St. Nicholas Mrs. Russell Sage 

Toys Mrs. Theo. Douglas Robinson 

Cake Mrs. F. Ernst Havemeyer 

Rug for Matron's Dining Room No Name 

GIFTS, MARCH, 1911. 

Barrel Potatoes Miss Kate Norwood 

Toys Mrs. Jewel 

Forty Boys' Night Gowns Mrs. Henry E. Howland 

Ice Cream, Cake, also an Entertainment of Shadowgraphy and 

Magic Mrs. Douglas Robinson 

4 Copies St. Nicholas Mrs. Russell Sage 

Night Gowns Mrs. A. Murray Young 

GIFTS, APRIL, 1911. 

Back Numbers of Life Miss E. M. Harris 

Plants for the Wards, also 2 Birds for the Guild Ward 

Mrs. Charles D. Dickey 

Magazines Dr. W. K. Daning 

12 Night Gowns St. Agnes Sewing Club, Sayville, S. I. 

Papers Dolls Miss Margaret Pollitzer 

Flowers (Through N. Y. Branch of the N. P. F. & F. Guild) 

Sunshine Club, Rhineclifif, N. Y. 

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GIFTS, MAY, 1911. 

Books Mrs. J. Archibald Murray 

Flowers Miss Chapin's School 

Books Mrs. Chappel 

GIFTS, JUNE, 191 1. 

Four copies St. Nicholas Mrs. Russell Sage 

Flowers Mrs. E. D. Morgan 

Flowers Mrs, Philander R. Fenning 

Flowers Miss PoUitzer 

Flowers and Vegetables Mrs. Wm. T. Sloane 

Flowers Mr. Percy R. Pyne 

Yz box Oranges No name 

GIFTS. JULY, 191 1. 

Punch & Judy & Tricks 

Ice Cream and Cake ; also Flowers Mrs. Bayard Cutting 

Flowers and Vegetables Mrs. William Sloane 

Flowers Misses Pollitzer 

Four copies St. Nicholas Mrs. Russell Sage 

Flowers United Workers, E. B., Cos Cob, Conn. 

Vegetables, once a week Mrs. George C Clarke, Jr. 

Ice Cream and Cake Master David Turner Dana, Jr. 

Flowers Mr. R. S. Brewster 

Flowers No Name 

2 Pairs Shoes Mrs. Reinhan 

GIFTS, AUGUST, 1911. 

Flowers Mrs. Douglas Robinson 

Vegetables and 2 Barrels of Apples C. W. McKelvey 

Vegetables Mrs. George C. Clarke, Jr. 

Flowers Mrs. Percy R. Pyne 

Flowers and Vegetables Mrs. William Sloan 

Ice Cream Frank Allen Goldstuker 

Flowers and Vegetables R. S. Brewster 

Vegetables Mrs. Charles deRham 

Flowers Mrs. Schmitt, Mr. Howell, Mr. Kronty 

Vegetables Mrs. Robert McA. Lloyd 

GIFTS, SEPTEMBER, 1911. 

Vegetables Mrs. Charles deRham 

Vegetables and two Barrels of Apples C. W. McKelvey 

Flowers and Vegetables .R. S. Brewster 

Flowers and Vegetables Mrs. William Sloane 

Barrel of Apples Mrs. Douglas Robinson 

Flowers Mrs. P. R. Jennings 

GIFTS, OCTOBER, 191 1. 

Flowers Mrs. Schmitt 

Five Barrels of Vegetables and Apples .Mrs. William Sloane 

Toys, Clothes and Shoes Grace and Frank Mayer 

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Chatterbox Mrs. William Sloane 

Four Copies of St. Nicholas Mrs. Russell Sage 

Scrap Books Josephine Barclay, Elaine Mc Alpine 

Two Barrels of Apples Mrs. Paul D. Cravath 

Four Night Gowns St. Agnes Sewing Class 

GIFTS, NOVEMBER, 191 1. 

Six Turkeys, six bunches of Celery, six pints of Cranberries, 

Rug for Doctor's Office Mrs. Charles B. Alexander 

One Puzzle and Other Small Toys Mrs. Benoist S. Redd 

Barrel of Apples Mrs. Henry Marquand 

Three Barrels of Potatoes Leonard Christopher 

Two Barrels of Potatoes Miss Frelinghuysen 

Scrap Books Kindergarten Children of Ethical Culture School 

Cranberry Sauce Second Grade Children of Ethical Culture School 

Clothes for Dispensary Children Mrs. Benjamin P. Farrell 

LIST OF DECEMBER GIFTS, 191 1. 

One Barrel Apples Mrs. E. M. Townsend 

Toys Mrs. Rothschild 

Dolls and Toys N. Y. Soap Works 

Toys Miss Josephine Smith 

Three Dozen Dolls Mrs. Henry Witte 

Toys No Name 

Toys Mrs. Theo. Douglas Robinson 

Dolls Miss Mary Mirick 

Toys Miss Helen Collier 

Toys Mrs. Bradley Martin, Jr.'s Children 

Toys and Small Tree Mrs. Weild 

One Barrel Apples Mrs. Lewis 

Candy Mrs. Chappel, Miss Graves 

Gifts for the Maids Miss De Forest 

Picture Cards from a Class of Small Girls. 

who made them Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard 

Presents for all the Children, Books for Nurses 

and Adults Mrs. William D. Sloane 

Twelve Turkeys for Christmas, Two Turkeys for 

New Years John McDermott 

Toys Miss Julia M. Pollitzer 

ChristmasTree and Presents for all the Children. 

Also for 25 Children in Dispensary Mrs. A. Murray Young 

Dolls and Toys Major Lawrence, through Dr. Hibbs 

Toys and Stockings and Books Mr. Percy Pyne 

Paint Box Mrs. Benoist S. Redd 

Dolls and Puzzles Mrs. James Abercrombie Burden 

Toys Miss James Harper Poor, Miss Poor 

Cake Mrs. Charles B. Alexander 

One Case Tomatoes, one Case Corn Fiske & Brown 

$25.00 for Christmas Pres. Crocker National Fire Co. 

Thirty-one Lbs. of Tea for Dispensary Families, 

J. Frederic Kernochan, Esq. 

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COMMITTEES 

OF' THE 

Country Brancb an^ 1Inbu9tr!al ScbooL 



Committee from the Board of Trustees, 
FRANK Iv. POLK, Cliainnan. 
WM. ADAMS DELANO, De LANCEY K. JAY, 

ROBERT S. BREWSTER, GEORGE G. MASON. 

Committee from Board of Supervisors. 

Mrs. CHARLES B. ALEXANDER, Chairman. 
Miss E. S. HAMILTON. 

Country Committee. 

Miss EMILY A. WATSON, Chairman. 

Mrs. RUSSELL A. HIBBS, Sec 'y, Mrs. GALLOWHUR, 

Mrs. WM. REYNOLDS BROWN, Mrs. SPILKER, 

Mrs. HOWARD FOSTER, Mrs. SHONK, 

Miss SCHMIDT, Mrs. HUNTINGDON, 

Mrs. CUMNOCK. FREDERIC H. ALLEN, 

EDWARD V. POTTER, HOWARD WILLETTS. 

Auditing- Committee. 

Miss WATSON, Mrs. HOWARD FOSTER, 

Mrs. SPILKER. 

House Committee. 

Mrs. WM. REYNOLDS BROWN, Mrs. HOWARD FOSTER, 

Miss SCHMIDT, Mrs. RUSSELL A. HIBBS, 

Mrs. SHONK, Mrs. HUNTINGDON, 

Mrs. GALLOWHUR. 

Christmas Committee. 

Mrs. HOWARD FOSTER, Mrs. RUSSELL A. HIBBS, 

Mrs. CUMNOCK, Mrs. GALLOWHUR, 

Miss WATSON. 

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STAFF 

FOR J9J2. 

Country Brancb anb Unbustrial Scbool 



Medical 5taff. 

Surgeon-in-Cbief, 
RUSSELL A. HIBBS, M. D. 

Consulting- Physician. Consulting Opthalmologist, 

H. ERNST SCHMID, M. D. FRANK NEWTON IRWIN, M. D. 

Resident Surgeons, Dental Surgeon, 

FRED. D. WILLIAMS, M. D. D. AUSTIN SNIFFIN, D. D. S. 

ROBT. E. HUMPHRIES, M. D. 



House Staff. 

Superin tendent, 
CHARLES H. BURR. 

Assistant Superintendent, Housekeeper and Diet, 

Miss SOPHIE C. WASHINGTON. Miss HARRIET C. JACOBSON. 

Principal of School, 
Miss FRANCES E. BALDWIN. 

House-Mothers, 
Mrs. SCHOTTLE, 
Miss HELEN W. GOULD, Miss BERTHA A. GODING. 

Chief Engineer, 
JOHN W. HILFRANK. 

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REPORT FROM THE COUNTRY BRANCH. 

To the Trustees of the New York Orthopaedic 
Dispensary and Hospital. 

Gentlemen : 

The past year has shown very satisfactory results as regards 
the physical condition of the children, many having left perfectly 
cured, and are maintaining themselves successfully as stenog- 
raphers, in different positions in Institutions, and are acquitting 
themselves very creditably, and are giving satisfaction to their 
employers. 

The present set of children are much younger, as it has 
been found that quicker results are obtained with younger 
children, and their stay in the Institution will therefore be of 
shorter duration, and a larger number of patients can therefore 
be reached, but it increases the expense, as many of the older 
children were able to make themselves useful in various ways, 
but so many small children require more nurses and other 
servants. 

We regret that the Assistant Superintendent Miss Welles 
has been obliged to leave on account of her health, as she fulfilled 
the duties of her position with conscientious attention and a 
great deal of good judgment, but we feel that when her successor 
Miss Washington becomes accustomed to the duties of her posi- 
tion she will prove to be well adapted to fulfill the requirements 
of her department; there have been no other changes in the 
Staff, and they all deserve hearty commendation for the manner 
in which they have discharged the duties of their different posi- 
tions, and the interest shown by them in endeavoring to advance 
the success of the Institution. 

Our hearty thanks are due to Mr. Barrett for the use of his 
automobiles to take the children to White Plains for the Regents' 
examination, to Mr. Spritzer for tickets to the Electric Theatre, 

46 



automobile rides given by friends, and most especially to Mr. and 
Mrs. Lehrman for the Moving Picture exhibition given by them 
at the Institution, a most enjoyable afternoon which will be long 
remembered by those who were present. 

A party of Orthopaedic physicians paid a visit to the Country 
Branch, and expressed a great deal of praise at the results of 
the Orthopaedic work, the children being grouped under the dif- 
ferent forms of the different diseases from which they suffered 
and the physicians were able to judge of the progress made 
during the stay of the patient, and the results obtained by the 
new methods recently tried by the Surgeon-in-Chief, and the 
X-ray pictures were of great service in illustrating most clearly 
the condition of the patients before treatments and the successful 
recoveries from what years ago appeared to be hopeless cases. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Emily A. Watson, 

Chairman. 



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DONATIONS TO THE COUNTRY BRANCH 
IN MA TERIAL. 

l^ROM SEPTEMBER 30, I910, TO OCTOBER I, I9II. 
JH ^ 

OCTOBER, igio. 

84 Books, A Friend 

Clothes, Mrs. S. H. Smith 

7 Pianola Records Mrs. S. H. Smith 

NOVEMBER, 1910. 

16 Mechanical Toys, i Ball, i Toy Dog, A New York Merchant 

$3.50 for Clothes (Children's), Thro Mrs. Anna Smith 

Toys and Games, Mrs. Robert A. Kutschbach 

12 Sets of Mechanical Drawing Instruments, Miss Emily A. Watson 

DECEMBER, 1910. 

Clothes for Children, Mrs. J. F. Dickie 

$25 for Children's Entertainment, Mrs. Lewis Herzog 

Grapes, Mrs. Whitelaw Reid 

Clothes for Children, Mrs. Lewis Herzog 

Candy for Christmas, Mr. R. S. Brewster 

$5 for Children's Entertainment, Mrs. E. Buchanan 

$10 for Victrola Records, Mrs. E. S. Reynal 

Gifts for Girls, Mrs. J. F. Dickie 

Toys for Children, Mrs. Harry Simpson 

Toys for Children, N. Y. Soap Works 

Christmas Gifts for Children, Two Friends 

Christmas Gifts for Each Child, '. Miss E. A. Watson 

JANUARY, 191 1. 

$5 for Pianola Records, Mrs. Walker 

$4 for Books, Mr. E. B. Bayne 

Paper Dolls, Mrs. EHza H. Horton 

FEBRUARY, 1911. 

Qothing for Children, Mrs. Chas. A. Carroll 

Clothing for Children, Mrs. Haynes 

MARCH, 191 1. 

Clothine for Children, Ladies' Committee 

Tabic Top, Mrs. A. Murray Young 

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APRIL, igii. 

Clothing for Children, Mrs. Robt. Fulton 

Paper Dolls, Mrs. Eliza H. Horton 

Toys, Mrs. Marvin 

Magazines, Mrs. Howard E. Foster 

McClure's, Munsey's, Harper's Monthly, Literary Digest, Outlook, 

American, Ladies' Home Journal, Delineator, Mrs. R. A. Hibbs 

58 Jig Saw Puzzles, Mrs. Richard Jesup 

Canary, Mr. S. Schoen 

Plant, Mrs. J. F. Dickie 

Easter Flowers and Plants, Mr. Frank L. Polk 

Youths' Companion, 4 Subscriptions, Mr. Frank L. Polk 

Easter Eggs, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Whitaker 

Magazines, Miss Alice Holmes 

Postcard Album, Miss M. B. Seymour 

MAY, 1911. 

Clothing for Children, Mrs. W. G. Gallowhur, for Com. 

Clothing for Children, Mrs. J. F. Dickie 

Plants, Mrs. Whitelaw Reid 

Books, Mrs. George Quintard 

Rugs for Maids' Rooms, Miss Emily A. Watson 

Clothing for Children, Mrs. Lewis Herzog 

Clothing for Children, Mrs. J. F. Dickie 

Clothing; for Children, Mrs. Geo. S. Huntington 

JUNE, 1911. 

Clothing for Children, Mrs. H. H. Sonnehill 

Music Box and Toys, Mrs. Thos. Hall 

Clothing for Children, Ladies Comm. Thro Miss Schmidt 

6 Books, Miss Emily A. Watson 

Toys, Mr. Thos. Hall 

7 Books and Games, Mrs. Thos. Simpson 

3 Books, Miss Emily A. Watson 

Paper Dolls, Mrs. Eliza H. Horton 

JULY, 191 1. 

Magazines, Christian Endeavor, Thro Miss Holmes 

Auto Rides for Children Mrs. H. H. Lehman 

Pictures, Mrs. E. H. Horton 

Clothing for Children, Mrs. H. B. Shonk 

Magazines, Miss Alice Holmes 

Magazines, Mrs. Howard E. Foster 

AUGUST, 191 1. 

Auto Rides for Children, Mrs. H. H. Lehman 

Scrap Books and Pictures, Mr. Lester Stollhoff 

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Candy, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Whitaker 

Magazines, Mrs. Thos. F. Burgess 

4 Books, Miss Emily A. Watson 

Magazines, Mrs. Wm. R. Brown 

Magfazines, Mr. Collins 

4 Bunches of Bananas, Mr. Joseph Koph 

2 bbls. of Pears, Mr. Henry G. Barbey 

Books, Miss Horton 

Matinee at the Electric Theatre, Mr. Martin Spreitzer 

SEPTEMBER, 191 1. 

Tomatoes, Mrs. C. G. Stoddard 

Magic Lantern and 12 Slides, Mrs. Henry Seymour 

Picture : Mona Lisa, Miss Emily A. Watson 

Toys for Children, Mrs. H. H. Lehman 

Magazines, Mrs. Collins 

Magazines, Mrs. Malcolm 

3 bbls. Apples, Mr. Henry G. Barbey 

Toys and Game, Mrs. G. M. Swift 

Tennis Racquets and Balls, Mrs. G. M. Swift 



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TILDEN FOUNDATIONS. 



TWENTIETH ANNUAL REPORT 

OF THB 

Orthopaedic Guild 

OP THE 

126 East 59tli Street. 



WITH A LIST OF MEMBERS. 



© t f Ice r 0, 



President, 
Mrs. AUGUSTE P. MONT ANT. 

Vice-President, 
Miss S. A. MOIvLER. 

Treasurer, Secretary, 

Mrs. ALFRED WAGSTAFF. Mrs. WARREN S. ADAMS. 



Ipurcbasfng Committee. 
Mrs. McCOSKRY BUTT. 



tbonojars jfllbember. 
Mrs. CHARLES B. ALEXANDER. 



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MEMBERS 



Mrs. 


W. S. Adams. 


Mrs. 


C. De Rham Moore. 


Mrs. 


W. A. Bloodgood. 


Mrs. 


A. P. Montant 


Mrs. 


Geo. Bullock. 


Mrs. 


Huntington Norton. 


Mrs. 


McCoskry Butt. 


Mrs. 


William Robison. 


Mrs. 


J. Edgar Bull. 


Miss 


Remsen. 


Mrs. 


Le Grand Benedict. 


Mrs. 


John E. Roosevelt. 


Mrs. 


Charles L. Baylis. 


Mrs. 


R. B. Roosevelt. 


Mrs. 


Fraser-Campbell. 


Mrs. 


Norman B. Ream. 


Miss E. C. Coppell. 


Mrs. 


H. S. Rokenbaug^h. 


Mrs. 


Victor Cumnock. 


Miss 


J. C. Smith. 


Mrs. 


Irving Cox. 


Mrs. 


A. E. Schermerhorn. 


Mrs. 


W. D. Button. 


Mrs. 


Kennedy Tod. 


Miss 


Delano. 


Mrs. 


J. T. Thompson. 


Mrs. 


Del Garcia. 


Mrs. 


H. M. Tilford. 


Mrs. 


W. G. Fleming. 


Mrs. 


Atwood Violett. 


^j.rs. 


E H. Floyd-Jones. 


Miss E. B. Weekes. 


Mrs. 


A. De Goicouria. 


Mrs. 


W. Hall Wickham. 


Mrs. 


E. L. Harkness. 


Mrs. 


Wagstaff. 


Mrs. 


Philander R. Jennings. 


Mrs. 


F. Dana Winslow. 


Mrs. 


Murray Livingston. 


Mrs. 


J. C. Work. 


Mrs. 


H. J. Luce. 


Mrs. 


F. A. Walsh, Jr. 



ASSOCIATE MEMBERS. 



Mrs. James A. Blair. 
Mrs. J. M. Barclay. 
Mrs. E. J. Berw^ind. 
Mrs. D. Fairfax Bush. 
Mrs. E. L. Burrill. 
Mrs. F. G. Bourne. 
Mrs. Percy Chubb. 
Mrs. W. S. Callender. 
Mrs. George G. De Witt. 
Mrs. F. B. Griffen. 
Mrs. John Greenough. 
Mrs. Henry B. Hyde. 
Mrs. de Heredia. 
Mrs. Walter Jennings. 
Mrs. Seth Low. 
Mrs. Petejr Moller. 
Miss S. A. Moller. 



Miss 



Mrs. H. W. Wilmerding Payne. 
Mrs.W. J. Matheson. 
Mrs. W. A. Perry. 
Mrs. C. G. Peters. 
Miss Elizabeth Remsen. 
Mrs. B. F. Romaine. 
Mrs. Frederick Roosevelt 
Mrs. L. L. Stanton. 
Mrs. H. F. Shormaker. 
Miss Helen Stokes. 
Mrs. J. Rhinelander Stevens. 
Mrs. T. E. Satterthwaite. 
Mrs. W. H. Tailer. 
Mrs. Edwin Thorne. 
Mrs. F. W. Vanderbilt. 
Mrs. Raymond L. Ward. 
Mrs. M. Livingston Willard. 
Caroline White. 



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TWENTIETH ANNUAL REPORT. 

> 

In presenting the Annual Report for 1910-1911, we take 
pleasure in recording the twentieth year of the Orthopaedic Guild 
as a most successful one. 

We have supported as usual three beds, and have contrib- 
uted more generously than ever before to the Ice Cream and 
Fruit Funds. 

The Girls' Ward — our principal charge — has been well sup- 
plied with everything needful. 

We record with much regret the death of one of our active 
members, Mrs, F. de Peyster, whose regular attendance and 
interest in the work will be greatly missed. 

Our list of members, unfortunately, has not increased; we 
have had this year seven resignations, and only two new members 
have been elected. 

In concluding this report, we should like to make an appeal 
to our members and friends, to try to interest others in the 
Guild, for unless our meml)ership is kept up to its usual number, 
it will be impossible to continue this most useful work of the 
Senior Guild of the Orthopaedic Hospital. 

Emily J. Adams, 

Secretary. 



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CHRISTMAS OFFERINGS. 

Mrs. James L. Blair $15.00 

Mrs. de Peyster 5.00 

Mrs. J. L. Roosevelt 5. 00 

Mrs. Charles B. Alexander 5.00 

Mrs. Warren S. Adams 10.00 

Miss Delano 3 . 00 

Mrs. Victor Cummock 10 . 00 

Mrs. George Bullock 2 . 50 

Mrs. Irving Cox 2 . 50 

Mrs. Seth Low 5 . 00 

Mrs. Philander R. Jennings 5.00 

Mrs. C. C. Moore 10 . 00 

Miss Josephine C. Smith 5 . 00 

Miss Coppell 5 . 00 

Miss La Montagne 5 . 00 

Mrs. Charles L. Baylis 5 . 00 

Mrs. Joseph T. Thompson 10 . 00 

Mrs. William Robison 5 . 00 

Mrs. Edward Floyd-Jones 5 . 00 

Mrs. Atwood Violett 10.00 

Mrs. Huntington Norton 5 . 00 

Miss E. Livingston Burrill 10.00 

Mrs. Francis D. Winslow 3.25 

Mrs. Henry M. Tilford 10.00 

Mrs. Moller 10.00 

Miss Moller 10. 00 

Mrs. W. G. Fleming 10.00 

Mrs. R. B. Roosevelt 5.00 

$191-25 
EASTER OFFERINGS. 

Miss Joseph T. Thompson $10.00 

Mrs. J. Edgar Bull , 10.00 

Mrs. Francis B. Griffin 10.00 

Mrs. Henry M. Tilford 10.00 

Mrs. George Bullock 3.00 

Mrs. Charles L. Baylis 5.00 

Mrs. Warren S. Adam's 10.00 

Mrs. Henry F. Shoemaker 25.00 

Mrs. F. Rhinelander Stevens 10.00 

Mrs. Moller 5 . 00 

Miss Moller 5.00 

Mrs. C. de Rham Moore 10.00 

Miss Delano 5 . 00 

Mrs. William G. Fleming 5.00 

Mrs. Huntington Norton 5 . 00 

Mrs. John L. Roosevelt 5 . 50 

$133-50 
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MISCELLANEOUS DONATIONS. 

Jt .ft 

OCTOBER, iQio. 
Pears Mrs. WagstafF 

NOVEMBER, igio. 

Toys, dolls, games and a chair Mrs. J. Todhunter Thompson 

Three plants, "In Memoriam" Mrs. A. P. Montant 

Twenty- five yards of rubber sheeting Orthopaedic Guild 

DECEMBER, 1910. 

One barrel of potatoes Mrs. Warren S. Adams 

Flowers Mrs. Atwood Violett 

Set of curtains for Guild Ward Orthopaedic Guild 

Two boxes of oranges Mrs. Henry S. Rokenbaugh 

Fifteen boxes of paper dolls Mrs. F. G. Bourne 

Fifteen boxes of writing paper Mrs. John E. Roosevelt 

Filled stockings for Guild Ward Orthopaedic Guild 

JANUARY, 191 1. 

Ice cream and cakes for all Mrs. F. G. Bourne 

Paper dolls, scraps of silk, shirt waists, shoes, one pair of crutches. 

Mrs. John E. Roosevelt 

Four dozen tmdervests, ten pairs of white stockings Orthopaedic Guild 

FEBRUARY, 191 1. 

One box of oranges Mrs. Warren S. Adams 

Flowers Mrs. Charles D. Dickey 

Four dozen bibs, four dozen diapers, three dozen pillow cases. 

Orthopaedic Guild 

MARCH, 1911. 

Ice cream' and cake Mrs. Philander Jennings 

Ice cream and cake Mrs. Atwood Violett 

Shirt waists and scraps of silk Miss Jean Roosevelt 

APRIL, 191 1. 

Plants for Guild Ward and two birds Mrs. Charles D. Dickey 

Fifteen Easter rabbits for Guild Ward Miss Jean Roosevelt 

Two dozen nightgowns, two dozen sheets, one dozen flannel shirts. 

Orthopaedic Guild 

MAY, 1911. 
Clothes, shoes, pictures, papers and scraps of silk. 

Miss Gladys and Miss Jean Roosevelt 

JUNE, 1911. 

Ice cream and cake Mrs. C. de Rham Moore 

Paper dolls, scraps of silk and ribbon Mrs. John E. Roosevelt 

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THE NEW YORK 

PUBLIC LIBRARY 



A8T0R, LENOX AND 
TILDEN FOUNDATIONS. 



SIXTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT 



OF THE 



ORTHOPAEDIC HOSPITAL SEWING SOCIETY 



OF THE 



©rtbopa^Mc Diepensari? anb IbospitaL 

126 East 59th Street. 



WITH A LIST OF MEMBERS. 



® f f (cers. 

President. 
Mrs. WALTER L. SUYDAM. 

Vice-President, 
Mrs. JOHN B. ALEXANDRE. 

Secretary, Treasurer, 

Mrs. FRED'K a. HAIGHT. Miss MARGARET S. REMSEN. 



purcbasing anJ) distributing Committee. 

Mrs. ARTHUR MASON JONES, Chairman. 



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ACTIVE MEMBERS. 
Annuai, Dues $5.00. 



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William Alexander. 
James L. Barclay. 
McCoskey Butt. 
Charles A. Childs. 
Samuel A. Clark. 
George Crocker. 
D. Ogden Fowler. 
J. E. S. Hadden. 
William Denison Hatch. 
Henry E. Howland. 
C. I. Hudson. 
Margaret Jackson. 
Morris K. Jessup. 
Harry Kingsley. 
Edward L. Knapp. 
Harry K. Knapp. 
Charles H. Mellen. 
Ward McAllister. 
Robert A. McKim. 
Henry G. McVickar. 



Miss A. W. Martin. 
Mrs. Frederick Neilsen. 
Miss Mary Morris. 
Miss Kate Norwood. 
Mrs. Hermann Oelrichs. 
Mrs. Wm. H. Osgood. 
Mrs. Henry W. Payne. 
Miss Ann Depew Paulding. 
Mrs. William Pollock. 
Mrs. A. Drum Porter. 
Mrs. W. Kintzing Post. 
Miss Grace A. Potter. 
Mrs. Charles de Rham. 
Mrs. Karrick Riggs. 
Mrs. Winfield Scott. 
Mrs. James Speyer. 
Mrs. Charles Steele. 
Mrs. J. T. Thompson. 
Mrs. Robert Thorne. 
Mrs. M. Gray Zalinski. 



ASSOCIATE MEMBERS. 

Annuai, Duks, Iio.oo. 



Mrs. C. B. Alexander. 
Mrs. Gustav Amsinck. 
Mrs. Fordyce Barker. 
Mrs. R. L. Beekman. 
Mrs. Robert S. Brewster. 
Mrs. Bruce-Brown. 
Mrs. M. T. Campbell. 
Mrs. Francis Carolan 
Mrs. H. J. Chisholm. 
Mrs. M. Dwight Collier. 
Mrs. Robert Fulton Cutting 
Mrs. John R. Drexel. 
Mrs. Wm. B. Dinsmore. 
Mrs. John B. Duer. 
Mrs. Newbold Edgar. 
Mrs. James W. Ellsworth. 
Mrs. Henry C. Emmet. 
Mrs. F. de P. Foster. 
Miss C. de Forest. 
Miss C. Furniss. 
Miss S. Furniss. 
Mrs. J. B. M. Grosvenor. 
Mrs. Charles L. Guthrie. 
Mrs. H. F. Hadden. 
Mrs. John A. Hadden. 
Mrs. James B. Haggin. 
Miss E. S. Hamilton. 
Mrs. Edward S. Harkness. 
Mrs. Gerald Hoyt. 



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Piatt Hunt. 

Penbroke Jones. 

Philip Kearny. 

Henry S. Mann. 

Bradley Martin, Jr. 

William Starr Miller. 

R. Burnham Moffat. 

McMurtry. 

Frederick Pearson. 

Morton F. Plant. 

Whitelaw Reid. 

Elizabeth Remsen. 

Douglas Robinson. 

Robert Sedgwick. 

William D. Sloane. 

Josephine C. Smith. 
Louis Lee Stanton. 
Joseph Stickney. 
John A. Stewart. 
J. S. Tower. 
Edward M. Townsend. 
J. Kennedy Todd. 
Samuel Untermeyer. 

Caroline White. 

John Hobart Warren. 

F. S. Witherbee. 

Wysong. 

Julia C. Wells. 

A. Murry Young. 



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SIXTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT. 

Sixteen years ago a small group of ladies started this 
Sewing Society and agreed to supply the linen for the Orthopaedic 
Hospital. 

That this has been accomplished and the Society grown to 
its present number of members is due to the untiring efforts of 
these same ladies. This Society also supports a free bed and 
supplies many luxuries to the crippled inmates. 

Mrs. Walter L. Suydam has held the Presidency all these 
years and to her sound advice and level-headed influence belong 
most of the success of this Society. 

Miss Margaret S. Remsen, Treasurer, is also one of the 
original number and to her accuracy and painstaking methods 
in collecting and disbursing the money we owe many sincere 
thanks. She reports this year's receipts as $931.68; expenditures 
$862.16. 

Mrs. Mason Jones, Chairman of the Purchasing and Dis- 
tributing Committee reports the number of articles distributed 
during 191 1, are 1,280 and replaced in the reserve closet 963. 

The detail and labor in purchasing, handling and keeping 
account of all these articles is not an easy task. Not everyone 
would be capable of this work even if they had the desire 
and time. 

The Secretary has sent out over a hundred postals each 
month, together with reports, minutes and necessary correspond- 
ence — feels justified in considering her office something more 
than a sinecure. 

The eighteen or twenty members who come to the meetings 
every month, and who attend to the sewing and making of these 
many articles, are the ones that accomplish so much, not only 
by the amount of work done, but by encouraging all by their 
presence and interest. We close with the names of all members 
both Active and Associate, who by their dues and donations 
make this Society possible. 

Respectfully submitted, 

HeIvEn D. W. Haight, 

Secretary. 
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A8T0R, LENOX AND 
TILDEN FOUNDATION*, 




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THIRTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT 

OF THE 

JUNIOR GUILD 

OF THE 

©rtbop^bic Diepenear^ anb Ibospital, 

126 Bast 59tli Street. 



OFFICERS. 

President, 
Mrs. Iv. X,. BENEDICT, Jr. 

Secretary, 
Miss HEI^EN TWEED. 

Treasurer, 
Miss MARGARET BENEDICT. 



Committees. 

Purchasing Committee, 
Mrs. WAI^TER C. STEARNS, Chairman. 

Visiting Committee, 
Mrs. II. H. HOIvI^ISTER, Jr., Chairman. 



Miss Margaret Benedict 
Mrs. I,. X,. Benedict, Jr. 
Miss Margaret Duryee 
Miss Maria I,. Duryee 
Miss Kate Fox 



Mrs. James I,. Barclay 
Mrs. David Dana 
Mrs. W. G. Dominick 



Active Members. 

Annual Dues, $5. 

Mrs. H. H. Hollister, Jr. 
Miss Annie S. Hoyt 
Mrs. F. C. Huntington 
Miss Frances Hadden 
Mrs. F. Minott 

Associate Members. 

Annual Dues, $10. 

Miss Anita 1,. Dominick 
Mrs. W. H. Erhart 
Mrs. John Fox, Jr. 



Mrs. J. Otis Post 
Miss E. J. Pond 
Mrs. Walter C. Stearns 
Miss Helen Tweed 



Mrs, Charles Gould 
Miss Elizabeth Hoyt 
Mrs. F. B. Porter, Jr. 



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SECRETARY'S REPORT. 

We have as usual supported a bed in the Girl's East Ward, 
and given donations of money to the Endowment, Potato, Fruit 
and Ice Cream Funds. The necessary garments have been sup- 
plied and the Guild has continued to employ a woman once a 
fortnight to do the mending for the Ward. 

On Christmas each child was given a filled stocking — 
members of the Guild attending to their purchase. 

We were not obliged tcx have an entertainment this past 
winter as some of our members kindly gave one during the 
summer, the proceeds of which were given to the Guild. 

Some of us have visited the Hospital regularly during the 
winter and enjoyed amusing the children either in the Ward 
or in the play-room. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Helen Tweed, 

Secretary. 



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MISCELLANEOUS DONATIONS. 

DECEMBER, 1910. 

Three dozen pairs Stockings., . . Miss Louise Iselin 
Thirty-five Christmas Stockings, . . . Boys' Guild 



JANUARY. 191 1, 
Forty-five Flannel Shirts, 



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MARCH. 

Thirty-six St. Patrick Buttons, . 
Three dozen Undervests, 
Three dozen pairs Stockings, 

JUNE. 
Fifteen yards Material, 



Mrs Howells 
Boys Guild 
Boys' Guild 



Mrs. Howells 



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TENTH ANNUAL REPORT 

OF THE 

BOYS' GUILD 

OF THE 

©rtbop^bic Bispensarp anb Ibospltal, 

126 East 59tli Street. 



© f f (c er s . 

President, 

Mrs. EDWARD P. YORK. 

Secretary^ 
Mrs. JOHN HOWELIvS. 

Treasurer, 
Miss HILDA IvOCKWOOD. 



Mrs. AI^BERT J. AIKEN Mrs. 0I,IVER C. MACY 

Mrs. BRITOK N. BUSCH Mrs. P. McL. MERRIIvl, 

Mrs. N. X,. HERRICK Mrs. JOHN M. MORICE 

Mrs. JOHN HOWELI^S Miss EVEI^YN R. SMITH 

Mrs. PERCY K. HUDSON Mrs. KEYES WINTER 

Miss I^OUISE M. ISEI^IN Mrs. EDWARD P. YORK 
Miss HII,DA I,eG. I,0CKW00D 



Mrs. CHARI^ES B. AI,EXANDER Miss ANNE T. MORGAN 

Miss CARO BROWN Mrs. GEORGE MOSIvE 

GARDNER W. BROWN, ESQ. MRS. WH.LIAM C. OSBORN 

VERNON H. BROWN, Esq. Mrs. WII,I,IS D. WOOD 
Miss THERESE E. ISEWN 



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MURIEIv CI,ARK KENT LEAVITT 

ARVEN CORNELIy CAROI.A WINTER 

WILIJAM HOWEIvIyS JOHN WINTER 

GORDON IvEAVITT CI^ARINDA YORK 

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PUBLIC LIBRARY 



ASTOR, LENOX ANB 
TILDEN FOUNDATIONS. 



SECRETARY'S REPORT. 

During the year, the Boys' Guild has supported one bed in 
the Boys' West Ward, paid a seamstress to do the mending 
every two weeks, and given in clothing, 6 dozen pairs of stock- 
ings, 45 flannel shirts, 3 dozen undervests, and 15 yards of 
material for bibs. $25 was contributed to the Ice Cream Fund 
and $25 to the Fruit Fund. The proceeds of the Bridge 
Tournament held in April, for which Mrs. Stephen H. Brown 
kindly lent her house, amounted to $630. The Christmas stock- 
ings were given as usual. 

A. W. HOWELLS, 

Secretary. 



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MISCELLANEOUS DONATIONS. 

DECEMBER, 1910. 
Fifteen pairs of Stockings filled . . . Guild 

FEBRUARY, 191 1. 
Twenty-four Bibs . . Mrs. Walter C. Stearns 

Barrel of Potatoes .... Miss Hoyt 

MARCH. 

Twenty-one Dresses, .... Guild 

Twenty-four Drawers, ..... Guild 

Thirty-five Night-gowns, .... Guild 

APRIL. 

Ten Flannel Rabbits, . . . Miss Tweed 

Five Baskets, ..... Miss Tweed 

MAY. 

Twenty- four Waists, ..... Guild 

Twenty-four Stockings, ..... Guild 

Twenty-one Bibs, ...... Guild 

DONATIONS. 

Mrs. Charles B. Alexander $25 00 

Mr. Charles H. Tweed 25 00 

ENDOWMENT FUND. 
Guild $100 GO 

POTATO FUND. 
Guild $100 00 

FRUIT FUND. 
Guild $15 00 

ICE CREAM FUND. 
Guild $15 00 

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NEW YORK ORTHOPAEDIC 
DISPENSARY AND HOSPITAL. 

No. 126 EAST 59th STREET, 

Between Fourth and I,exington Aves. 



Open from 1.30 to 3.30 P. M. {Sundays and Legal Holidays excepted) 
for the Reception and Treatment of Patients. 



Objects of the Institution. — "To furnish treatment to the poor with 
special reference to the Diseases and Deformities of the Spine and the 
Hip Joints and other of the more serious diseases of the bones and joints 
requiring surgical and mechanical treatment, and for giving instruction in 
the same." All cases of deformity, besides those mentioned, including 
Club foot. Lateral Curvature of the Spine, Infantile Paralysis, Bow-Legs, 
&c., are received and treated. 

Rules Governing the Admission of Patients to the Dispensary 
Department. — Professional services are rendered gratuitously. Those 
who can afford to do so are expected to re-imburse the Institution for the 
actual cost of apparatus. Payment for apparatus is received in install- 
m'ents, if required. Apparatus, however, is never sold to patients or others 
— the Institution reserving the right to remove the apparatus and dis- 
charge any patient not complying with the directions of the Surgeons. 
Apparatus will not be supplied in any case that does not come under the 
immediate care of the Institution. 

Rules Governing the Admission of Patients to the Hospital 
Department. — Any suitable Orthopaedic case between the ages of four and 
fourteen may be admitted. (Subject to exceptions in special cases.) 
Board, $4.00 per week. Application for admission may be made to the 
Surgeon to the Hospital during the regular Dispensary hours. 

Rules Governing the Admission of Patients to the Country 
Branch and Industrial School. — Application for admission to this 
Hospital is made through the City Hospital, and only patients who are 
under treatment at the City Hospital will be admitted to the Country 
Branch. 

The Medical Profession and the public generally are invited to visit 
the Institution. 

The Institution is supported by the contributions of the benevolent. 
Contributions, which are earnestly solicited, may be sent to the Treasurer. 



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FORTY-FIFTH 

YEAR BOOK 

January 
nineteen 

HUNDRED 

AND THIRTEEN 







New York 

Orthopaedic Dispensary 

AND Hospital 



126 east 59th STREET 



NEW YORK 



COUNTRY BRANCH 

AND 

INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL 

WHITE PLAINS 

NEW YORK 



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Opportunities for the Study of Orthopedic Surgery, 

Both in Diagnosis and Treatment, 
will be afforded Members of the Medical Profession 
and Medical Students, on application, during . 
the Autumn, Winter and Spring. 



FORM OF BEQUEST. 

/ bequeath to the New York Orthopaedic Dispensary and Hos- 
pital, a corporation incorporated under the laws of the State of 

New York, the sum of 

dollars to he applied to the benevolent uses and purposes of said 
hospital. 






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N^UJ fork (3rtl}apwhu Wispmsuvvi mh^oapmi 

Supported by Voluntary Contribution. 



FORTY-FIFTH YEAR BOOK 



January first, 1912 

TO 

January first, 1913 



iSetti ^orfe #rtf)opaet)ic 
BiJSpensiarp anb 



126 East 59th Street. New York City 

and 

White Plains, New York 



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OPEN FOR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS 
FROM ONE -THIRTY TO THREE-THIRTY 
P. M. DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS AND 
LEGAL HOLIDAYS 



CONTENTS ■ 

PAGE 

Trustees and Officers 5 

Trustees' Standing Committees 6 

Board of Supervisors 7 

Medical Staff 8 

President's Report 9 

Supervisors' Report 12 

Superintendent's Report 15 

Hospital Surgeon's Report 18 

Summary of Monthly Reports (Table I) 22 

Results of Treatment (Table II) 23 

Visits at Dispensary and at Homes of Patients, etc. (Table III) 24 

Instruments Made, etc., City Hospital (Table IV) 25 

Summary of Hospital Work (Table V) 26 

Operations Performed (Table VI) 27 

Country Branch (Table VII) 28 

Instrument Report, Country Branch (Table VIII) 29 

Subscriptions to the Endowment Fund 31 

Treasurer's Report 32, 33 

Annual Subscriptions 34 

School Fund 38 

Donations received from October 1, 1911, to September 30, 1912 38 

Donations for Special Purposes 40 

Donors of Endowed Beds 41 

Donors of Yearly Beds 42 

Gifts to the Hospital in Material during the year 43 

Committees of the Country Branch 47 

Staff of the Country Branch 48 

Report from the Country Branch 49 

Form of Certificate to Donor of Endowed Bed 51 

Treasurer's Report, Country Branch and Industrial School 52, 53 

Donations to the Country Branch in Material during the year 54 

Form of Bequest Second page of cover 

Rules and Regulations of Dispensary and Hospital. . .Third page of cover 

ORTHOPEDIC GUILD. 

Officers and Committees 56 

Members 57 

Annual Report 58 

Treasurer's Report 59 

Donations 60 

Miscellaneous Donations 62 



CONTENTS— Continued. 

PAGE 

ORTHOPEDIC HOSPITAL SEWING SOCIETY. 

Officers and Committees 63 

Working Members 64 

Associate Members 64 

Annual Report 65 

Treasurer's Report 66 

JUNIOR GUILD. 

Officers and Members 67 

Annual Report 68 

Treasurer's Report 69 

Donations 70, 71 

BOYS' GUILD. 

Officers and Members 72 

Annual Report IZ 

Treasurer's Report 74 

Treasurer's Report, Social Service Committee. 75 

ILLUSTRATIONS. 

New York Orthopsedic Dispensary and Hospital 1 

A Section of the Dispensary 9 

Reunion of those whose Cases had been Cured at the Country Branch — 

June, 1912 17 

A Visiting Nurse Treating a Patient in His Home 25 

View in room devoted to Corrective Gymnastics 29 

Manual Training and Wood- Working Shop— Country Branch 31 

At Play 41 

Enjoying the Fresh Air Cure 41 

One-Old-Cat 41 

Summer Scenes at the Country Branch 43 

Country Branch and Industrial School 49 

Cubicle in New Pavilion — Country Branch 57 

Marching to Improve Patients' Carriage 63 

Girls Learning to Cook — Country Branch 69 

Weeding Dandelions at the Country Branch 71 



TRUSTEES AND OFFICERS 



OF THE 



5J?fo fork (§rt\}tip^h\t itap^ttaarg nx^ ij^na^al 

FOR 1913. 



Trustees. 



ROBERT S. BREWSTER, 

51 Wall St. 

EUGENE DELANO, 

59 Wall St. 

WILLIAM ADAMS DELANO, 

4 East 39th St. 

W. EARL DODGE, 

113 East 71st St. 

AUGUST HECKSCHER, 

576 Fifth Avenue. 

De lancey k. jay, 

26 Liberty St. 

FREDERIC A. JUILLIARD, 

70 Worth St. 

GEORGE G. MASON, 

10 Wall St. 

WALTER E. ^L\YNARD, 

Fifth Ave. Building, Madison Square. 



DAVE H. ?^IORRIS. 

68 Broad St. 

CHARLES A. MUNN, 

361 Broadway. 

AMOS PINCHOT, 

22 Nassau St. 

FRANK L. POLK, 

32 Nassau St. 

PERCY R. PYNE, 

30 Pine St. 

HENRY T. SLOANE, 

575 Fifth Avenue. 

JOHN SLOANE, 

575 Fifth Avenue. 

S. B. P. TROWBRIDGE, 

527 Fifth Avenue. 

BRONSON WINTHROP, 

32 Liberty St. 



Honorary Members. 

MELVILLE BROWN, . 1889 J. FREDERIC KERNOCHAN, . 1891 



Officers. 

President: 

EUGENE DELANO, 

59 Wall St 

Vice-President: Secretary: 

HENRY T. SLOANE, CHARLES A. MUNN, 

575 Fifth Avenue. 361 Broadway. 

Treasurer: Counsel: 

F. A. JUILLIARD, BRONSON WINTHROP, 

70 Worth Street. 32 Liberty Street. 



TRUSTEES' STANDING COMMITTEES. 

FOR I9I2. 



Executive Committee. 

De LANCEY K. jay, Chairman. 
HENRY T. SLOANE, Ex-off. FREDERIC A. JUILLIARD, Ex-off. 
EUGENE DELANO, Ex-off. CHARLES A. MUNN, Ex-off. 

WILLIAM A. DELANO. 



Finance Committee. 

EUGENE DELANO, Ex-off. Chairman. 
FREDERIC A. JUILLIARD, Ex-off. BRONSON WINTHROP. 
HENRY T. SLOANE, Ex-off. PERCY R. PYNE. 



Nominating. 

CHARLES A. MUNN, Chairman. 
PERCY R. PYNE. HENRY T. SLOANE. 



Entertainment. 

WILLIAM E. MAYNARD, Chairman. 
S. B. P. TROWBRIDGE. De LANCEY K. JAY. 



Printing. 

CHARLES A. MUNN, Chairman. 
GEORGE G. MASON. ROBERT S. BREWSTER. 



Auditing. 

PERCY R. PYNE, Chairman. AUGUST HECKSCHER. 



BOARD OF SUPERVISORS FOR 1913. 



^nperDtctarg. 



Mrs. CHARLES B. ALEXANDER. 

4 West S8th Street, 
Mrs. ROBERT S. BREWSTER, 

100 East 70th Street, 
Mrs. JAMES A. BURDEN, 

908 Fifth Avenue, 
Mrs. GIFFORD A. COCHRAN, 

12 East 55th Street, 
Mrs. M. DWIGHT COLLIER, 

Lenox, Mass. 
Mrs. R. FULTON CUTTING, 

24 East 67th Street, 
Mrs. CHARLES D. DICKEY, 

27 East 51st Street. 
Miss C. de FOREST, 

27 East 72d Street. 
Mrs. CHARLES de RHAM, 

24 Fifth Avenue. 
Mrs. WILLIAM B. DINSMORE, 

11 West 49th Street. 
Miss FRELINGHUYSEN, 

113 East 65th Street. 



Miss E. S. HAMILTON, 

520 Park Avenue. 
Mrs. HENRY E. HOWLAND, 

14 West 9th Street. 
Mrs. J. ARCHIBALD MURRAY, 

57 East 66th Street. 
Mrs. WHITELAW REID, 

451 Madison Avenue. 
Mrs. DOUGLAS ROBINSON, 

9 East 63d Street. 
Mrs. WILLIAM D. SLOANE, 

2 West S2d Street. 
Mrs. EDWARD T. H. TALMAGE, 
925 Park Avenue. 
Mrs. A. MURRAY YOUNG, 

29 Park Avenue. 
Mrs. WALTER L. SUYDAM, 

5 East 76th Street. 
Mrs. JOHN HOBART WARREN. 

520 Park Avenue. 
Miss CAROLINE WHITE, 

609 Fifth Avenue. 



iJonorarp Jftembcrs. 



Mrs. E. MILBANK ANDERSON. Mrs. W. S COWLES. Mrs. TAMES T. LEAVITT. 
Mrs. WM. METCALF BLISS. Miss C. FURNISS. Mrs. WILLIAM ROBISON. 



®fBcer6. 

President. 

Mrs. CHARLES B. ALEXANDER. 

First Vice-Presidsnt. Second Vice-President. 

Mrs. A. MURRAY YOUNG. Mrs. JAMES A. BURDEN. 

Secretary, Treasurer 

Miss E. S. HAMILTON. Mrs. CHARLES de RHAM. 

24 Fifth Avenue. 



^tantiing: C0mmittcefi, 

Auditing and Supplies 

Mrs. JOHN HOBART WARREN, Chairman. 

Mrs. JAMES A. BURDEN. Mrs. WILLIAM D. SLOANE. 

Linen and House Purchases. 

Mrs. WALTER L. SUYDAM, Chairman. 

Mrs. J. ARCHIBALD MURRAY. Mrs. DINSMORE. 

Free Beds. 

Mrs. DOUGLAS ROBINSON, Chairman. 
Mrs. WHITELAW REID. Mrs. A. MURRAY YOUNG. 

Miss HAMILTON. Miss FRELINGHUYSEN. 

Mrs. CHARLES DE RHAM. 
House. 
Mrs. M. DWIGHT COLLIER, Chairman. 
Mrs. WALTER L. SUYDAM. 
Mrs. H. E. HOWLAND. 
Mrs J. ARCHIBALD MURRAY. 

Entertainment. 

Mrs. C. B. ALEXANDER, Chairman 
Miss FRELINGHUYSEN. 
Mrs. JOHN HOBART WARREN. 
Mrs. j. ARCHIBALD MURRAY. 

Instruction. 
Mrs. DOUGLAS ROBINSON, Chairman. 
Miss FRELINGHUYSEN. Mrs. C. B. ALEXANDER 

Mrs. C. D. DICKEY. Mrs. COCHRAN. 

Conference. 
Officers and Chairman of other Standing Committees. 



Miss WHITE. 

Mrs. R. FULTON CUTTING. 

Mrs. BREWSTER. 



Mrs. BREWSTER. 
Mrs. DINSMORE. 
Mrs. DOUGLAS ROBINSON. 



JHatrott. 

Miss MARION W. PARSONS. 



MEDICAL STAFF 

FOR I9I3. 



Confiinlttng: SbtKit, 



Consulting Surgeons. 
CHARLES McBURNEY, M. D. T. HALSTEAD MYERS, M. D. 

B. FARQUHAR CURTIS, M. D. ROBERT ABBE, M. D. 

EUGENE H. POOL, M. D. 
Consulting Physicians. 
THOMAS E. SATTERTHWAITE, M.D. L. EMMET HOLT, M. D. 

ABRAHAM JACOBI, M. D. WILLIAM M. POLK, M. D. 

WILLIAM KENNICUTT DRAPER, M. D. 
Consultant on Nervous Diseases. Consultant on Aural Diseases. 

PEARCE BAILEY, M. D. EDWARD BRADFORD DENCH,.M.D. 

Consulting Ophthalmologist. Consulting Dermatologist. 

FRANK NEWTON IRWIN, M. D. GEORGE HENRY FOX, M. D. 

Consulting Roentgenologist. 
EUGENE WILSON CALDWELL, M. D. 



Surgeon-in-Chief to the Dispensary and Hospital. 
RUSSELL A. HIBBS, M. D. 
Attending Surgeons to the Dispensary. 
HENRY J. BOGARDUS, M. D. BENJAMIN P. FARRELL, M. D. 

Assistant Surgeons. 
FREDERIC D. WILLIAMS, M. D. ROBERT E. HUMPHRIES, M. D. 

REGINALD W. MacINTYRE, M. D. FRANK F. LYNE, M. D. 

ALFRED JEROME BROWN, M. D. ARTHUR G. BRETZ, M. D. 

ELLIOT W. LAWRANCE, M. D. 



Jltleuroloffical ^Department. 

Attending Physician. 
HELEN CORRELL LOEWENSTEIN, M. D. 
Assistant Physicians. 
LUCY OSBORN WIGHT, M. D. AUGUSTA P. SCHULTZ, M. D. 



Corrtctitje 0pmna6tics. 



Attending Surgeon. 
MATHILDA K. WALLIN, M. D. 
Instructors in Gymnastics. 
Miss HARRIET WILDE. Miss JULIA VON SEDER. 

Masseuses. 
Miss EMMA E. SCHRAMPF. Miss H. T. BRACKEN. 



Attending Physicians to the Hospital. 
LEWIS F. FRISSELL, M. D. GEORGE DRAPER, M. D. 

House Surgeon. Junior House Surgeon. 

HERBERT A. DURHAM, M. D. 



pavL6t ^taff. 



Superintendent. 
CHARLES H. BURR. 
Supervisor of Nurses. Housekeeper and Dietitian. 

Miss ALICE M. GAFFNEY. Miss MARION W. PARSONS. 

Registrar. Chief Engineer and Shop Foreman. 

Miss GERTRUDE E. F. RANDOLPH. JOHN SCHUM. 



PRESIDENT'S REPORT 

To the Trustees and Supervisors of the New York Orthopaedic 
Dispensary and Hospital. 

Ladies and Gentlemen : 

In my report of a year ago your careful attention was invited to 
the very comprehensive reports of the various departments, as 
completely presenting the work and financial condition of the 
New York Orthopaedic Dispensary and Hospital and of the Coun- 
try Branch and Industrial School. 

It is with greater confidence and appreciation of their illuminat- 
ing and inspiring contents, that I repeat this invitation to you, to 
our present subscribers and to the benevolent public who are not 
as yet subscribers, to read and ponder the reports herewith sub- 
mitted, for the year ending September 30th, 1912. Contact with 
the facts given by those who most intimately know them, will, 
I am certain, do more to gain and hold your active interest and to 
secure the same from others, than any summary or comments I 
might make. My plea therefore is, for a careful study of these 
reports and tables. As heretofore, they show a steady increase in 
the amount of work done and bring into prominence the amount 
of work left undone, through lack of proper facilities and of 
money. The Trustees, Supervisors and Staff are doing, it may 
be modestly and justly claimed, measurably all in their power 
to meet the needs of those who properly appeal to them, in their 
respective relations to the work, for reHef from their suffering 
condition ; but without a larger sympathy and a more general 
support from the public at large, our City Dispensary and Hos- 
pital cannot possibly meet the increasing demands upon them. 
Good friends and supporters we have, many of them, and to 
those we make our grateful acknowledgments ; but the work has 
so grown, that it now requires and deserves a far wider acquaint- 
ance and support, than it has thus far received. To secure these, 
we shall this present year put forth a special effort to give to 
the public the opportunity of a fuller acquaintance with the press- 



ing necessity and the intrinsic merit of what we are doing. Few 
even among ourselves, fully appreciate its importance, extent and 
value, and how can we expect the general public to do so, until 
we have acquainted it fully with the facts? If the work we are 
doing deserves the sympathy and support of this community, it 
is my confident belief it will receive both, when and as it is better 
known. One who has made a study of Hospital conditions and 
work throughout our country and is intelligently familiar with 
them, has recently written to one of our Trustees, after a careful 
inspection of our City Dispensary and Hospital and Country 
Branch and Industrial School, as follows : 

"Your country branch is one of the most interesting illus- 
trations of the successful carrying out of this idea in an ade- 
quate plant. The school work is of a high grade and seems 
to me to compare favorably with that in the best public 
schools. I have taken pleasure also in the delightful atmos- 
phere, something which is intangible, but none the less im- 
portant. There is a surprising degree of homelikeness for 
the size of the institution. This is in part due to the admi- 
rable cubicle arrangement which gives many of the children 
separate sleeping rooms, but it is due even more, I believe, 
to the high character of the employes whom you have se- 
cured. 

As you will see, I have developed a good deal of enthu- 
siasm over the w^ork at White Plains. That at the city 
branch is no less commendable, except for its old buildings. 
The hospital staff is doing good work in old-fashioned sur- 
roundings, but I believe that the high quality of work could 
be more easily maintained and its scope much extended if 
it were housed in a modern building. J\Iay I add in con- 
nection with the city hospital that you have the most com- 
plete system of following up dispensary cases through visit- 
ing nurses which I have found in any orthopaedic hospital? 
You and the other officers have followed the work so 
closely that some of its excellences may be less striking to 
you than to a new observer." 
It is almost needless to add that such unexpected and unsought 
words of appreciation and of commendation were most grateful 
to the management, and coming, as they did, from an expert in 

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hospital matters, should confirm the confidence of our friends 
and win for us a much larger and more helpful support from the 
public at large. What, therefore, the City Dispensary and Hos- 
pital needs is a large increase in the number of annual sub- 
scribers to their current expenses; and subscriptions to a new 
and adequate City Dispensary and Hospital, which is now under 
immediate consideration. 

The cost of the proposed new City Dispensary and Hospital, 
land, building and furnishings, is estimated at about $750,000, 
towards which we have in the treasury and in good subscriptions 
$200,000, and in the probable value of our present site and build- 
ing an additional $150,000, or a total of $350,000, leaving $400,- 
000 still to be raised for these specific purposes. It is, however, 
our wish and hope that, simultaneously with the raising of this 
money for a new City Dispensary and Hospital, but not neces- 
sarily contingent upon it, we may be able to secure an additional 
endowment of $250,000 to provide an increase of income for our 
increasing work. We now, therefore, urgently appeal for the 
sum of $650,000, which will with the $350,000 already in hand, 
provide a total sum of $1,000,000— $750,000 for land, building 
and furnishings, and $250,000 for additional endowment. 

There was at the close of the year ending September 30, 1912, 
an accumulated deficit of $6,515.74, which has since been fully 
paid by the generous action of the Board of Trustees themselves, 
so that w^e have now no floating debt. Of the $200,000 sub- 
scribed towards a new Dispensary and Hospital, to which refer- 
ence has already been made, $100,000 is the munificent gift of 
Mrs. A. D. Juilliard of this city, for the erection of a wing, 
pavilion or portion of the new building, as a memorial to her 
sister. May Cossitt Dodge, and is conditional upon the erection 
of the building being begun this present year. We desire to 
record our deep appreciation of this most generous and helpful 
action and to express to Mrs. Juilliard our very sincere thanks. 

Again the management take very great pleasure in expressing 
their high appreciation of the painstaking and valuable services 
rendered by all those associated with them in this beneficent work. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Eugene Delano, 

New York, January 9, 1913. President. 

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SUPERVISORS' REPORT 

To the Trustees of the New York Orthopaedic 
Dispensary and Hospital. 

Gentlemen : 

We have the honor to present to you the report of the Board 
of Supervisors. 

We congratulate ourselves that during the past year we have 
been able to successfully carry on the work entrusted to us, and 
gladly avail ourselves of this opportunity to thank those friends 
whose generosity has furnished us with means to continue it. 

As in the past, first among these have been our auxiliary so- 
cieties, the Orthopaedic Guild, the Orthopaedic Hospital Sewing 
Society, the Junior Guild. The Orthopaedic Guild has given us 
three free beds, has taken entire charge of one ward, providing 
linen, clothes for the patients, and many timely gifts ; also a 
donation to current expenses of $200. The Orthopaedic Hospi- 
tal Sewing Society has supplied the hospital with all the house- 
hold linen in use, with the above exception ; has given a free bed 
and $150 to be expended for braces in cases where the patient 
is unable to pay for them. The Junior Guild has supported a 
free bed and made handsome contributions to the various special 
funds as well. The latest organized society, the Boys' Guild, 
last winter decided to change the character of its work, and now 
belongs more especially to the dispensary, having become inter- 
ested in Social Service in connection with the visiting nurses, 
aiming to enable them to be the point of contact between the 
patients and bureau of relief and to maintain an emergency fund. 
We regret the loss to our inmates which this involves, but sym- 
pathize heartily with the object in view. Detailed reports of 
these auxiliaries will be found in our Year Book, and speak more 
eloquently than is possible to us of the share which is due to 
them in any success we have attained. 

We again owe a most important branch of the work of our 
institution, the Visiting Nurses, to the munificence of four ladies, 
three of them members of our Board, Mrs. Whitelaw Reid, Mrs. 

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W. D. Sloane, Mrs. A. Murray Young and Mrs. Frederic Van- 
derbilt. These nurses, as is now well known, supplement the 
work of the doctors among the dispensary patients, often pre- 
venting their treatment becoming valueless by supervision of their 
home care. The field is a very large one; two more nurses are 
very badly needed, but, alas ! we cannot provide them unless 
some kind friend who happens to read this report will be so 
generous as to give the amount of their salary. Would that it 
might be so ! 

The Gymnasium, another highly important aid to the surgeons, 
was also again provided for by private subscription, being sup- 
ported by Miss White, Mr. Frick and Mr. Chisholm, who each 
generously give the salary of a teacher. 

The school, of which we are justly proud, as the reports show 
that children returning to the public schools are often ahead oi 
their classes and have deserved very gratifying mention, is sup- 
ported by special subscriptions. We earnestly solicit interest in 
it as we feel that it is absolutely necessary that our patients 
should not be allowed to fall behind in their studies because of 
their sometimes protracted stay in the hospital. If we aim at 
making them physically capable of supporting themselves we 
should also give them, if possible, the opportunity of mental 
advantages. 

Other objects to which we beg to direct attention are our 
Special Funds, the Ice Cream, Fruit and Potato or Vegetable 
Funds. They help towards our housekeeping and allow us to 
give the children simple luxuries which are greatly appreciated. 
We hope they will not be overlooked. Owing to the kindness of 
the Crippled Children's Driving Fund we have not for some years 
past needed a Driving Fund, as they take our patients to the 
Park in hot weather, which is an inestimable benefit and for 
v/hich we are correspondingly grateful. 

Christmas was happily spent at the hospital. It is always a 
great event there as elsewhere, and eagerly looked forward to. 
Last year's was no exception, and every expectation was more 
than fulfilled. The beautiful tree was a donation from Mr, and 
Mrs. A. Murray Young. Mrs. Sloane gave a handsome toy to 
each child, the different Guilds gave stockings. Miss de Forest 
gifts to the employees, and an anonymous friend a sufficient sum 

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to send Christmas dinners to the homes of 97 dispensary patients. 
The day brought great happiness and pleasure to all connected 
with the hospital. 

We regret to report we have sustained a great loss in the res- 
ignation of Airs. William Robison, while happy to say she has 
consented to allow her name to be added to the list of our hon- 
orary members and to continue her interest even if unable to 
take so active a part. Being elected a Supervisor in 1886, she 
served as Treasurer for twenty-one years, from which position 
she resigned to become the efficient Chairman of the Free Bed 
Committee. Such services as hers are not to be measured by 
words ; they are written into the history of our institution whose 
very life is owing to just such devotion to its cause, and we 
deeply deplore the necessity which deprives us of so beloved 
and valued a member of our Board. 

Before concluding our report we beg to say a few words of 
appeal for our institution. We feel sure that a better under- 
standing of our work and requirements is all that is necessary 
to solve the problems that confront us. Our difficulty lies in 
clearly presenting our case to the thousands of men and women 
who would gladly give money, even at a sacrifice, if they knew 
what it would accomplish here, and while expressing our grati- 
tude for the loyal support of our friends, we beg them not to 
stop there, but to do their utmost to spread a knowledge of it 
in every direction. We work for children, we cure painful 
deformities, we alleviate what is often agony of suffering to 
them, we give them their chance to become useful citizens in- 
stead of burdens on the community. The pathos of the life of 
a cripple is greater than tongue can tell. To save more children 
from it we ask your help. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Elizabeth Stewart Hamilton, 

Secretary. 



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SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT 

To the Trustees of the New York Orthopaedic 

Dispensary and Hospital. 
Gentlemen : 

During the year constant attention has been given to the gen- 
eral repair of the buildings, and in so far as conditions permit 
the City Hospital is in a good state of repair. Provision has 
recently been made to renovate the nurses' home, and work on 
this has already begun. The alterations necessary to comply 
with the orders of the city to remove the encroachments beyond 
the building line of Fifty-ninth Street have been satisfactorily 
completed during the past summer, so that no unusual expenses 
are anticipated with reference to repairs during the coming year. 

The per capita cost of maintenance in the City Hospital for 
the current year was $1.46, which is an increase of eleven 
cents over the preceding year, and is largely accounted for by 
the general increase in cost of supplies and labor, but it is inter- 
esting to note that we are still, with one or two exceptions, oper- 
ating our hospital department with a lower per capita cost than 
any New York City institution doing general or special surgical 
work. I believe that with adequate storage facilities we would 
be able to reduce the per capita cost somewhat. 

The several branches of the hospital and dispensary work are 
administered as efficiently and economically as is consistent with 
good work. 

The hospital beds have been full practically all the time, and 
we have a long waiting list. At no time during the year have 
we been able to overcome this condition owing to the limited 
capacity of the hospital wards. 

The work of the dispensary has grown enormously during the 
past two years, as is indicated by the tables covering that work. 
One of the most important features of the dispensary has been 
the work of our visiting nurses, who have rendered the general 
surgical work of the dispensary more effective, but we are not 
yet meeting the full needs in this direction. 

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Through the year many organizations and societies have ren- 
dered valuable aid to us by assisting those who are under treat- 
ment in our dispensary and hospital. Among those organizations 
to v^hom we are particularly indebted may be mentioned the 
Association for the Aid of Crippled Children, the Crippled Chil- 
dren's Driving Fund, the Charity Organization Society, the Asso- 
ciation for Improving the Condition of the Poor, the Junior 
Christian Endeavor Society of the Church of the Stranger, the 
Parks and Playgrounds Association, the Rest-A-While Home 
for Helpless Crippled Children, Sheepshead Bay, Long Island, 
and the Seaside Home for Crippled Children, Averne, Long 
Island. Acknowledgments of special gifts and help by friends 
have already been made by the proper officers or societies. 

COUNTRY BRANCH: 



Consistent with the policy adopted by the Board of Trustees 
a year ago, the Country Branch has been operated during the past 
year with a less number of patients than formerly, so that a sub- 
stantial surplus might accumulate from year to year. This cur- 
tailment leaves us with a working capacity for 104 patients, with 
an average of 103.5 per day during the year. 

The buildings and grounds are in excellent condition. The 
cottage erected for the Superintendent through the generosity 
of Miss Watson was completed in May of this year and occupied 
soon after. It is complete in every respect. 

It is pleasing to be able to report the same excellent condition 
existing in the personnel of the stafif. Where an effort is being 
made to surround the child with every wholesome influence that 
character can bring to it, this fact becomes a subject of grati- 
fication. 

At the annual reunion of former patients in June over forty- 
five cured cases spent the day at the hospital and renewed former 
friendships. These reunions have provided a stimulus to those 
who have not yet been discharged cured, and are interesting to 
the staff as a means of estimating the value of their work. The 
school remains under the same capable management as formerly. 

The Country Branch is deeply indebted to all those who made 
our Christmas so enjoyable and to those who through the year 
have brought pleasure into the lives of the children. The staff is 

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particularly indebted to Miss Watson, who has most thoughtfully 
provided for a series of entertainments and lectures through the 
winter months. This is an innovation and is greatly appreciated 
by those who are by the nature of their work kept from the 
opportunities of the city. 

Respectfully submitted, 

(Signed) Charles H. Burr, 

Superintendent. 



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SURGEON'S REPORT 

To the Trustees of the New York Orthopaedic 

Dispensary and Hospital. 
Gentlemen : 

During the year ending September 30, 1912, 6,417 patients were 
treated in the Dispensary. Of this number 4,207 were patients 
continued under treatment from last year, and 2,210 were new 
patients. This shows an increase of 1,082. 

Of this number 1,329 had joint tuberculosis; 549 non-tubercu- 
lar deformities of the spine; 1,483 deformities of the feet; 468 
bow-legs and knock-knee; 1,249 infantile paralysis, and the re- 
maining number, 1,339, a great variety of deformities. Details 
of this aspect of the work are shown in Table No. 1. 

Table No. 2 shows the results of treatment and it may be seen 
that 395 were cured ; 481 discharged relieved, making a total num- 
ber of 876 who were sufficiently relieved to require no further 
treatment; 21 died and 4,930 continued for further treatment. 

Table No. 3 shows the detail of the work in the care of these 
patients and that there were 27,140 visits made to the Dispensary 
and 15,580 visits made by nurses and surgeons to patients at 
their homes, making a total of 42,658, which is an increase over 
last year of 3,887. 

That there has been this enormous increase in the work in its 
present quarters, and with the Staff unchanged seems almost un- 
believable. 

It is interesting to note again this year, as was done last, the 
ages of the patients treated and the large number that belong to 
adult life. 912 were above fifteen years of age, which precludes 
their admission to children's wards and emphasizes the great 
necessity of adequate provision for ward treatment of adult or- 
thopaedic patients. As you know, we have provision for only 
five women and none for men. 

Brace Shop. 

The total number of new instruments made in the shop was 
2,070, and the number repaired, 5,941. Table No. 4 shows the 
detail of this work. The amount charged for apparatus was 
$7,383.00 and the amount collected from patients was $5,540.00. 

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This amount, it must be remembered, is really a contribution 
from the patients themselves to the institution, and a very gen- 
erous one, as these people have not only the burden of poverty 
but that of disease affecting either themselves or a member 
of their family. 

It is a rule in the work to ask each patient to pay a nominal 
sum for the cost of their apparatus. When this is not possible it 
is furnished to them free. No charge is made for the ordinary 
repairs which represent a very large part of the expense of the 
shop. 

City Hospital. 

There were 63 patients in the City Hospital at the close of last 
year; 462 have been admitted; 2 died and 396 were discharged, 
leaving 64 on October first. The total number of days of free 
care for patients was 21,776. The number of days of care paid 
for by the patients was 1,143, making a total of 22,919. The 
average number of patients per day in the wards was 62 plus. 

The number of patients operated upon was 333 and the number 
of operations performed, 549. 

As compared to last year, there is a gain of 94 in the patients 
treated, and 141 in the operations performed. 

In spite of this increase here and of the fact that we have 
worked during the entire year under great pressure, we have not 
been able to take care of nearly the number of patients that have 
needed Hospital treatment, and the waiting list has been from 
80 to 100 all the time. 

Country Branch, 

The number of patients in the Country Branch was 114 at the 
beginning of the year. Eighteen have been admitted, 14 dis- 
charged cured, 18 transferred and 4 died, leaving 96 on Octo- 
ber first. 

The total number of days of free care was 35,094. The num- 
ber of days of care paid for by the patients was 2,700, making a 
total of 37,794. The average number of patients per day in the 
Hospital was 103 as compared to 115 last year, showing a con- 
siderable decrease. 

The reason we have done less work here is that a number of 
beds have been kept vacant in order to keep the expenses well 
within the income. It is a source of constant regret to me to see 

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beds vacant when they are so terribly needed for children with 
joint tuberculosis, of whom, as was noted above, we treated in 
the Dispensary 1,308. 

It would seem from the foregoing brief statement of facts in 
regard to our year's accomplishment that you have every reason 
to appeal to the public for their generous support of this work, 
and at this time particularly for contributions for the building 
fund. 

In considering the expense of the work that is done in such 
an institution as ours it must be remembered that we are dealing 
with chronic diseases and that the duration of treatment is, in 
most instances, long. This is one of the most important facts in 
the whole situation, for many reasons. In the first place, it is 
very difficult to sustain towards the chronically sick that inter- 
ested and hopeful relation which is so easily given to those suffer- 
ing from acute disease. It is only through such interest, how- 
ever, that anything has been accomplished in the cure of chronic 
diseases or that we can confidently look to the future for greater 
accomplishments. 

This constitutes the problem of orthopaedic surgery, and that 
its opportunity for service is very great is shown by the fact 
that we had in our institution alone over 6,000 patients last year. 

The establishment and maintenance of institutions where this 
spirit of scientific and humanitarian interest can be sustained and 
made effective have economic problems that are serious, but the 
aspect of the situation which is even of greater importance has 
to do with failure to make them completely efficient, because fail- 
ure at this point is disastrous to the patient and forces upon the 
community a double burden — that of the necessity of supporting 
the individual and the loss of his productiveness. 

An illustration of this is found in the fact that a large per- 
centage of the inmates in homes for incurables are orthopaedic 
cases, and they are there chiefly because they have been neglected 
early in life and early in disease. 

I have recently made a study of the inmates of one such home 
in New York where 50% of the inmates were orthopaedic pa- 
tients, living out lives of utter uselessness to themselves and a 
very great burden to the community. So that, looking at the 

20 



subject from that standpoint alone, is it not obvious that such 
institutions as ours should be made more and more useful, thus 
saving the community this burden by placing these people in a 
position of usefulness ? 

That the chronically sick have a chance is illustrated again and 
again by what has been accomplished for them already, and I 
will mention one recent example — that of humpback. It would 
seem that at last we have perfected a method of treatment which 
will definitely prevent this distressing deformity. 

It is a source of gratification that this method was perfected 
in your institution and first performed on its patients, and that 
about 100 patients have thus far been operated upon without mor- 
tality and without a single failure. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Russell A. Hibbs, M. D., 

Surgeon-in-Chtef. 



21 



TABLE No. I. 
Summary of New and Continued Cases received from September 1911. 











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Pott's Disease 


90 

74 

16 

25 

2 

4 

3 


9 
5 
3 

7 


19 
13 
2 

7 

"i 


27 

29 

6 

6 

i 


11 

10 

1 

3 

1 
1 

1 


5 
6 

1 
1 

1 


9 

7 
2 


10 
5 
1 

1 

"i 

2 


61 
44 
12 
16 

'3 
3 


5 
12 

2 
3 

'i 


7 
2 
1 
1 
2 


8 
9 

"3 


9 

7 
1 
2 


485 

407 

39 

127 

3 

4 

4 

4 


575 




481 




55 


Knp^»-.Tr>int. " 


152 




5 


Elbow-Joint " 


8 




7 


Multiple-Joint " 


4 




1 








1 








1 










14 
6 


15 


Sacro Iliac Disease 


6 


Lateral Curvature Spine 


133 




3 


19 


56 


44 


8 


3 


89 


20 


13 


2 


9 


303 


436 




15 

34 

38 

498 

43 

18 

55 

139 

374 


4 
1 

24 
7 

3 

14 
84 
112 


1 

5 

1 

11 

3 

si 

44 
73 


2 

7 

8 

19 

'2 

6 

10 

137 


6 
17 

4 

38 

4 

'4 

1 

30 


1 
3 

54 

15 

2 

12 


1 

1 

126 
6 
5 

"4 


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243 

15 

6 


11 

27 

25 

389 

28 

14 

45 

102 

226 


2 
4 
4 
60 
5 

'4 
11 

57 


'2 

2 

35 

5 

2 

4 

14 

54 


'i 

12 
3 

1 

2 

9 

20 


2 
1 

6 
4 
2 

1 

'3 
17 


4 

72 

149 

658 

19 

40 

99 

175 

875 


19 


Round Shoulders 


106 


CIub-Foot 


187 


Fiat-Foot 


1156 




62 


Weak Ankles 


58 




154 




314 


Infantile Paralysis 


1249 


Other Paralyses 


103 


27 


27 


26 


10 


6 




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69 


16 


7 


5 


6 


192 


295 


Lateral Sclerosis 


7 








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28 


9 


8 


6 


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17 


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1 


6 


100 


128 




4 
70 


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6 


'5 


1 
10 


14 


27 


1 
54 


1 
8 


'3 


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2 
2 


9 
95 


13 


Traumatic Joint Affections. . 


165 


Fracture Deformities 


62 


4 


5 


8 


10 




6 


29 


45 


4 


3 


6 


4 


34 


96 


Traumatic Dislocations 


9 






1 


1 


3 


2 


2 


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6 


15 


Rheumatoid Jt. Affections. . . 


33 






2 


3 




6 


22 


26 


3 


2 




2 


12 


45 


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2 


2 


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12 










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6 


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21 


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21 


31 


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20 


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8 

32 


21 


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2 

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29 


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9 

55 


5 




17 


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87 


Deformities of the Toes 


17 


2 








1 


5 


9 


11 


3 




1 


2 


12 


29 




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1 








1 


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4 


6 


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10 




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2 


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1 


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3 


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10 




229 


38 


17 


26 


28 


12 


43 


65 


175 


24 


13 


10 


7 


131 


360 






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2210 


^82 


289 


364 


263 


183 


254 


i75 


1564 


262 


182 


101 


101 


4207 


6417 




1 





Visits at Dispensary by Patients, 



22 



TABLE No. II. 
Showing Results of Treatment. 



DISEASE. 



1) « 

5h 



Pott's Disease 

Hip-Joint Disease 

Ankle-Joint Disease 

Knee-Joint Disease 

Wrist-Joint Disease 

Elbow-Joint Disease 

Shoulder-Joint Disease 

Multiple-Joint Disease 

Tarsal Disease 

Sacro Iliac Disease 

Lateral Curvature Spine 

Torticollis 

Round Shoulders 

Club-Foot 

Fiat-Foot 

Muscle-Bound Feet 

Weak Ankles 

Knock-Knees 

Bow-Legs 

Infantile Paralysis 

Other Paralyses 

Lateral Sclerosis 

Congenital Disloc. Hip-Joint. 

Coxa Vara 

Traumatic Joint Affections. . . 

Fracture Deformities 

Traumatic Dislocations. . . . . . 

Rheumatoid Joint Affections 

Spondylolisthesis 

Internal Derangement Knee. 
Congenital Defect and 1 
Absence of Bones J . . . 

Osteitis 

Exostoses 

Bursitis 

Rachitic Deformities 

Deformities of the Toes 

Hemophiliac Joint 

Delayed Development 

Periostitis 

Osteomyehtis 

Miscellaneous 

Totals 



678 

481 

55 

152 

5 

8 

7 

4 

15 

6 

436 

19 

106 

187 

1,156 

62 

58 

154 

314 

1,249 

295 

7 

128 

13 

165 

96 

15 

45 

2 

21 

31 

20 

5 

17 

87 

29 

6 
10 

6 

10 

360 



6,417 



18 

11 

2 

2 



12 
1 
6 

16 

148 

2 

12 

24 

45 

2 

1 



34 
16 



1 
10 

2 



17 



395 



12 

15 

3 

5 



4 

2 

50 

1 

10 

11 

64 

4 

6 

3 

6 

134 

56 

1 

5 

1 

13 

13 

1 

11 



34 



1 
1 

27 

5 

12 

8 

87 

10 

4 

5 

30 

62 

49 

4 

4 

3 

13 

16 

3 

14 

'4 

1 



3 

15 

3 

'6 

1 

2 

163 



627 

439 

45 

142 

5 

5 

7 

2 

10 

4 

346 

12 

78 

150 

856 

46 

36 

122 

232 

1,048 

188 

2 

113 

9 

105 

50 

11 

19 

2 

16 

29 

16 

5 

12 

56 

19 

6 

2 

4 

8 

146 



481 



587 



21 



4,930 



23 



TABLE No. III. 

Visits made to Dispensary and Homes. 



1911 

October 

November 

December 

1912 

January 

February 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September 

Totals.. 



Visits 

Made to 

Dispensary. 



2,299 
2,189 
2,178 

2,175 
2,274 
2,621 
2,332 
3,017 
2,787 
1,691 
1,559 
2,018 



27,140 



Visits made i Visits 

by Surgeons ! Made to 

Outside the I Residences 

Institution. | by Nurses. 



585 
585 
585 

585 
585 
585 
585 
585 
585 
585 
585 
585 



801 
841 
627 

756 
757 
763 
836 
747 
541 
611 
517 
701 



7,020 



8,498 



Total 
Number 
of 
Visits. 



3,685 
3,615 
3,390 

3,516 
3,616 
3,969 
3,753 
4,349 
3,913 
2,887 
2,661 
3,304 

42,658 



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DISEASE IN HIS HOME 




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HIP- JOINT DISEASE IN HIS HOME 



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247 
183 
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536 
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536 
530 
517 


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682.00 
610.00 
699.00 
930.00 


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558.05 


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118 


475 


664.50 


428.49 


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214 


196 


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2 

1 

1 
2 

3 
1 

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2 

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1 
3 
4 
1 
1 
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3 


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Flat-Foot Stretching 

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Open Operations 


42 
1 

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1 
5 
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4 

19 
14 




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62 
36 


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Tendon Lengthenings 


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1 

154 

15 


Abscesses Opened 


12 
2 


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Femur t . . . . 
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Neck in Congenital Dis- f 

location J 

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Wound / . . 

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Osteomyelitis f . . 
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James K. Gracie $ 


5,000 00 


J. Pierpont IMorgan. . . 


2,500 00 


D. Willis James 


350 00 


Board of Supervisors.. 


2,500 00 


Mrs. R. Fulton Cutting 


2,600 00 


Mrs. C. P. Huntington 


1,500 00 


Miss Amy Phipps 


5,000 00 


Henry Phipps 


7,000 00 


Douglas Robinson 


750 00 


Miss Spence's School 




Society 


10 00 


Mrs. Marion Story 


4,500 00 


"A Friend" through 




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200 00 


Mrs. F. F. Thompson. 


1.000 00 


Charles B.Alexander.. 


100 00 


Mrs. C. B. Alexander. 


25,250 00 


Boys' Guild 


800 00 


Mrs. M. Dwight Collier 


100 00 


Wm. E. Dodge 


1,000 00 


Mrs. Howland 


150 00 


Morris K. Jesup 


500 00 


Augustus D. Juilliard. 


500 00 


D. 0. Mills 


500 00 


Mrs. J. Archibald Mur- 




ray 


75 00 


Mrs. Whitelaw Reid. . 


100 00 


Mrs. Douglas Robin- 




son, Jr 


1,450 00 


Mrs. Wm. D. Sloane.. 


2,950 00 


David Willcox 


450 00 


Albert Willcox 


100 00 


Miss Kennedy 


200 00 


Henry T. Sloane 


250 00 


Miss Helen R. Roose- 




velt 


250 00 


Mrs. Jos. M. White.. . 


1,000 00 


"Anonymous" (through 




Mr. Munn) 


100 00 


"A Friend" 


103 00 


Bedell & Co 


1 00 



Total Receipts to October 1, 1912 

31 



Mrs. Charles de Rham, 

Jr 

Junior Guild 

Mrs. S. V. Harkness 
and E. S. Harkness. 

McGibbon & Co 

V. J. Caso & Bro 

T. O. Smith Sons 

"Nemo" 

Mrs. Edward A. Smith 
Miss Emily A. Watson 

R. Fulton Cutting 

George Crocker 

James K. Gracie (Es- 
tate) 

Hugh D. Auchincloss . . 
J. D. Bartholomew. . . . 

Mrs. Simon Borg 

Ambrose, K. Ely 

Endowment Guild 

Mrs. Leslie Morgan's 

School for Girls 

Mrs. Geo. W. Forsyth 
Miss E. S. Hamilton.. 
Miss Caroline de For- 
est 

Mrs. Fred. W. Vander- 

bilt 

H. J. Duveen 

Charles T. Barney. . . . 
"A Friend" through 
Mrs. Douglas Robin- 
son 500 00 

Mrs. Russell Sage 2,500 00 

Legacy of Zela Gibbes 25,000 00 
Legacy of James Henry 

Smith 100,000 00 

August Hecksher 10,000 00 

Estate of Maria C. 

Watson 5,000 00 

Legacy of John S. Ken- 
nedy 9,500 00 

$280,514 03 



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1,350 00 


1,000 00 


125 00 


20 00 


60 00 


15 00 


1,100 00 


3,000 00 


10,000 00 


5,000 00 


25,000 00 


250 00 


25 00 


1,000 00 


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SUBSCRIPTIONS. 



October ist, 191 1, to September 30th, 1912. 



Abert, Benj. W 

Achelis, Fritz 

Adams, Thacher M 

Aldrich, Mrs. James H.... 

Aldrich, Mrs. William P... 

Alexander, Mrs. Charles 
B., 2 Free Beds 

Alexander, Mrs. H. A 

Auchincloss, Mrs. H. D... 

Auchmuty, Mrs. R. T 

Auerbach, Mrs. Jos. S.... 

Aymar, Miss Elizabeth. . . . 

Babcock, Henry D 

Bacon, Mrs. F. McN., Jr... 

Bailey, Dr. Pearce 

Ballentine, Mrs. Robert... 

Bamberg, Benedictus 

Barbey, Mrs. Henry I 

Barnes, Mrs. Henry W.. .. 

Barnwell, Morgan G 

Bechstein, A. E 

Benjamin, Eugene S 

Benjamin, M. W 

Bernheim, Henry 

Berryman, Mrs. C. H 

Billings, Frederick 

Blagden, Mrs. Geo 

Blagden, Mrs. Thomas 

Blair, Mrs. D. C 

Blum, Edward C 

Bodenheimer, Henry 

Boyd, F. O. & Co 

Boys' Guild, Free Bed 

Bradley, Mrs. Edson 

Bramwell, E. P 

Brand, Herman 

Brewster, Mrs. R. S 

Brewster, Mr. and Mrs. R. 
S., Free Bed 

Bright, Louis V 

Brown, Miss Stewart 

Bulkley, Mrs. Edwin M... 

Burden, Mrs. James A.... 

Burden, Mrs. James A., 
Free Bed 

Caiman, Mrs. Emil 

Caiman, Henry L 

Carnegie, Mrs. Andrew... 

Children's Fund (in mem- 
ory of Mrs. James K. 
Gracie), Free Bed 



$5 00 


25 00 


10 00 


5 00 


5 GO 


500 00 


10 00 


10 00 


50 00 


10 00 


10 00 


5 00 


5 00 


25 00 


50 00 


5 00 


50 00 


10 00 


10 00 


25 00 


10 00 


5 00 


10 00 


10 00 


20 00 


25 00 


5 00 


25 00 


10 00 


5 00 


2 00 


250 00 


10 00 


5 00 


5 00 


50 00 


250 00 


10 00 


5 00 


50 00 


10 00 


250 00 


5 00 


10 00 


500 00 



250 00 



Clark. Mrs. Lewis C, Free 

Bed _ $250 00 

Clarkson, Catharine G 20 00 

Cochran, Mrs. Gifford A.. 100 00 

Cohen, Sollis 5 00 

Cohn, Mrs. A 5 00 

Colgate, William SO 00 

CoHier, Mrs. M. Dwight.. 20 00 

Content, Mrs. H 5 00 

Colt, Harris D., Jr 5 00 

Coster, Mrs. Chas. H 10 00 

Cowles, Mrs. W. S 10 00 

Cowles, Mrs. W. S., Vs 

Free Bed 83 33 

Cravath, Mrs. Paul D 10 00 

Cushman, Lewis A 25 00 

Cutting, Mrs. R. Fulton, 

Free Bed 250 00 

Cutting, Mrs. Wm. B 100 00 

Darcy Lodge No. 187, F. 

& A. M 

Davis, Lewis L 

Davis, Mark 

DeBoer, Mrs. Jane Hunt. 

de Coppet, Edward J 

de Forest, Miss Caroline.. 

de Forest, Henry W 

DeKlyn, B. F 

Delafield, Mrs. John Ross. 

Delafield, M. L 

Delano, Eugene 

de Rham, Charles 

de Rham, Mrs. Charles... 

de Rham, H. C 

Dickey, Mrs. Charles D. .. 

Dinsmore, Mrs. W. B 

Dimock, Mrs. Henry F. . . 

Dodge, Cleveland H 

Dominick, Mrs. W. G. 

Douglas, Mrs. Wm. P 

Draper, Mrs. Wm. P 

Drexel, Mrs. John R 

Dreyfuss, Mrs. Ludwig... 

Duane, James May 

DuBois, Mrs. Eugene 

Duer, Mrs. John B 



Eagle, Clarence H.... 
Edgar, Mrs. Newbold. 

Ehret, George 

Eidlitz, R. J 



5 00 

5 00 

5 00 

3 00 

10 00 

10 00 

10 00 

10 00 

10 00 

5 00 

250 00 

25 00 

25 00 

25 00 

25 00 

50 00 

25 00 

100 00 

10 00 

10 00 

10 00 

25 00 

10 00 

25 00 

5 00 

10 00 

2 00 
10 00 
10 00 
20 00 



34 



Eiseman, Mrs. Sam $5 00 

Eisenman, G. F 5 00 

Ellis, Ralph N 12 00 

Erlanger, Abraham 5 00 

Erskine, Charles W 5 00 

Fahnestock, H. C 10 00 

Fahnestock, Mrs. H. C. . . . 25 00 

Farley, Robert E 10 00 

Fairchild, Mrs. C. S 10 00 

Felsenthal, J 5 00 

Fischel, Harry 5 00 

Fitzgerald, Mrs. E. P 10 00 

Field, Mrs. Wm. B. O.... 100 00 

Fleischer, Nathan 10 00 

Flisser, Adolph 8 00 

Floyd-Jones, Edward H... 25 00 
Floyd-Jones, W. C, ^ 

Free Bed 125 00 

Frelinghuysen, Miss 100 00 

Frelinghuysen, Mrs. Geo. Q. 10 00 

Frenkel, Emil 5 00 

Furniss, Miss 10 00 

Furniss, Miss C 10 00 

Gambler, E. V. 5 00 

Glatz, Charles 10 00 

Gerrish, Mrs. F. S 10 00 

Goldberg, Meyer 3 00 

Goldman, 1 5 00 

Goodman, A 5 00 

Gould, George J., Free Bed 250 00 

Gould, Miss Helen Miller. 50 00 

Greenhut, Mrs. J. B 25 00 

Griffin, Mrs. F. B 50 00 

Guggenheim, Miss Ger- 
trude Renee 25 00 

Gurnee, Augustus C 50 00 

Hadden, Mrs. Harold F... 10 00 

Hadden, Mrs. J. E. Smith. 10 00 
Hamersley, Miss Catharine 

L. and L. Gordon 20 00 

Hamilton, Miss E. S 10 00 

Hamilton, Miss E. S., Free 

Bed 250 00 

Hamilton, Mrs. Wm. P... 25 00 

Hammond, Mrs. John H.. 25 00 

Hare, J. Montgomery 10 00 

Harkness, Mrs. C. W 100 00 

Harkness, E. S 75 00 

Harkness, Mrs. S. V 100 00 

Harriman, Mrs. E. H.... 25 00 

Hastings, Mrs. Thomas... 10 00 

Hathaway, Charles 25 00 

Havemeyer, Mrs. H. O... 10 00 

Hecht, Samuel 5 00 

Heide, Henry 10 00 

Heimann, Julius 5 00 



Heller, Hirsch & Co $2 00 

Herman, Arnold 5 00 

Herman, Ferdinand 10 00 

Herman, Julius 5 00 

Hirsch, Joseph 5 00 

Hitch, Mrs. Frederick D..- 10 00 

Hoe, Mrs. R. M 15 00 

Hofifman, F. Burrall 10 00 

Holmes, E. T 10 00 

Hopkins, Mrs. Moses 10 00 

Howland, Mrs. H. E 10 00 

Hunt, Miss E. D 10 00 

Hyde, Mrs. H. B., Free 

Bed 250 00 

Hyde, Mrs. William T... 10 00 

Ikelheimer, Mrs. Ida 5 00 

Isaac, 1 5 00 

Iselin, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. 10 00 

Jackson, Theo. F 10 00 

Jacques, Mrs. E. H 10 00 

Jacobson, E 10 00 

James, Mrs. Walter B.... 50 00 

Jenkins, A. B 25 00 

Jennings, Mrs. Walter 10 00 

Jesup, Mrs. M. K 10 00 

Jonas, Miss Senta S 5 00 

Jones, Dwight A 10 00 

Juilliard, A. D., Free Bed. 250 00 

Juilliard, Frederic A 100 00 

Junior Guild, Free Bed.. . 250 00 

Kane, Mrs. John Innes... 10 00 

Kaufman, Mrs. J 3 00 

Kelsey, Clarence H 25 00 

Kemys, Mr. and Mrs. 

Walter S 10 00 

Kennedy, Mrs. John S.... 10 00 

Keppelman, Ad 5 00 

Keyser, Mrs. Samuel 20 00 

Kingsland, Mrs. W. M... 10 00 

Klaber, James 10 00 

Kohn, Mrs. Theo. A 5 00 

Kohnstamm, Edw., Leo 

and J 10 00 

Koplik, Charles M 5 00 

Kraus, Samuel 10 00 

Kursheedt, Roland S 10 00 

Lambert, Aug. V S 00 

Langeloth, J 10 00 

Langsdorf, Sigmund 1 00 

Leavitt, Mrs. James T., 

Free Bed 250 00 

Levy, Louis 10 00 

Lewengood, Abe 10 00 

Lewisohn, Adolph 10 00 

Lincoln, Mrs. Lowell 5 00 



35 



Lobenstine, Wm. C $20 00 

Loeb, James 100 00 

Loewenstein, Herman 25 00 

London, Lewis A S 00 

London, Newman 10 00 

Lord, Mrs. George de F. . 10 00 

Low, Seth 10 00 

Ludlow, EL 10 00 

Luqueer, Mrs. L. McL... 10 00 

Lusk, Wm. C 5 00 

MacMartin, Malcolm 10 00 

McAlpin, George L 10 00 

McCuUough, Mrs. J. G.. . . 10 00 

McCurdy, Caroline G S 00 

McHarg, Henry K 250 00 

McKim. Leroy 10 00 

McLean, John S 10 00 

Martin, Wm. V 5 00 

Mackey, Clarence H 250 00 

Mackey, Mrs. John W. . . . 250 00 

May, Frank W 10 00 

Mayer, Gerson 3 00 

Maynard, Walter E 200 00 

Menline, E 5 00 

Meyers, E. L 5 00 

Meinhard, Morton H 5 00 

Mills, Ogden 250 00 

Minford, Agnes A 5 00 

Minturn, Mrs. J. W 10 00 

Minturn, Mrs. R. S., ys 

Free Bed 50 00 

Mitchell, Mrs. Alfred 50 00 

Mitchell, Mrs. J. Murray. 10 00 
Moffatt. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. 

B. 10 00 

Morgan, Mrs. Edward D.. 25 00 
Morgan, Mrs. J. Pierpont. 20 00 

Morawetz, Victor 100 00 

Morgans Sons Co., Enoch. 10 00 
Morgenthau, Mrs. M. L.. . 5 00 

Morningstar, J 10 00 

Mortimer, Mr. and Mrs. 

Stanley, Free Bed 250 00 

Morton, Mrs. Levi P 10 00 

Mott, Wm. F 30 00 

Munn, Charles A 75 00 

Munroe, Mrs. H. W 10 00 

Murray, Mrs. J. Archibald 10 00 
Myers, Marcus A 5 00 

Neugass Bros 5 00 

Norrie, Mrs. Gordon 10 00 

Ogden, Mrs. Charles W.... 10 00 

Ogden, Miss Mary F 10 00 

Olcott, Geo. M 25 00 

Olmsted, Mrs. Charles T.. 10 00 

Olyphant, R. M 10 00 



Opdycke, Mrs. Emerson . . $5 00 

Oppenheimer, Simon 10 00 

Orthopaedic Guild, 3 Free 

Beds 750 00 

Orthopaedic Hospital Sew- 
ing Society, Free Bed.. 250 00 
Osborn, Mrs. Wm. Church 10 00 

Osserman, Simon E 5 00 

Ottinger, Max 5 00 

Outerbridge, Mrs. E. H... 5 00 

Parish, Mrs. Henry, Jr.... 10 00 

Parmly, Mrs. E 2 00 

Pearson, Mrs. Frederick.. 20 00 

Peckham, Mrs. W. H 100 00 

Pell, Rev. Alfred Duane.. 10 00 

Pell, Herbert C 10 00 

Phillips, Mrs. C. E. H.... 5 00 

Planten, John R 10 00 

Plant, Albert 10 00 

Polk, Frank L 50 00 

Potter, Miss Grace H. 1-5 

Free Bed 50 00 

Potter, James Brown, 1-5 

Free Bed 50 00 

Pulitzer, Mrs 25 00 

Pyne, Percy R 500 00 

Pyne, Mrs. Moses T 10 00 

Ratner, Aaron 5 00 

Redmond, Miss 25 00 

Reid, Mrs. Whitelaw, Free 

Bed 250 00 

Reis, Herman 2 00 

Remsen, Miss Margaret... 5 00 

Ripley, Mrs. S. D 10 00 

Robbins, Mrs. H. A 5 00 

Robinson, Mrs. Douglas, 

Vs Free Bed 83 34 

Robison, William 10 00 

Robison, Mrs. William.... 10 00 
Robison, Mrs. William, ^ 

Free Bed 125 00 

Roome, CM 5 00 

Rosenbaum, Selig 10 00 

Rosenshine, M 10 00 

Rosenstamm, S 10 00 

Rosenstein, Sidney 10 00 

Rosenstein, Miss Therese. 5 00 
Roosevelt, Theodore, j^ 

Free Bed 83 33 

Roosevelt, Mrs. W. Emlen 10 00 

Rothschild, Mrs. Jacob.... 10 00 

Sachs, Edward 5 00 

Sachs, Paul J 10 00 

Sage, Mrs. Russell 50 00 

Saul, Julius 5 00 

Sayre, Miss Mary Hall. . . 5 00 



S6 



Sayre, Wm. H., Jr $10 00 

Scharps, A. T 5 00 

Schavrien, Mrs. B 5 00 

Schiff, Jacob H 25 00 

Schiff, Mortimer L 25 00 

Schwab, Mrs. L. H 2 00 

Schlesinger, S 2 00 

Scott, Mrs. Winfield 5 00 

Scoville, Miss Edith 25 00 

Scoville, Miss Lois Church 200 00 
Scoville, Miss Mary Fran- 
cis 50 00 

Searle, E. F 50 00 

Seligman, Jefferson 25 00 

Seton, Mrs. Alfred 10 00 

Sexton, E. B 10 00 

Sheldon, Mrs. Edward B.. 5 00 

Shepard, Mrs. Eliot F 100 00 

Sherman, Charles A 10 00 

Sherman, Mrs. Gardiner. . 25 00 

Spillaber, William 25 00 

Simon, A. L. & Co 10 00 

Sloane, Henry T 250 00 

Sloane, Mrs. W. D 100 00 

Smith, Miss Josephine C. 50 00 

Smith, Mrs. J. Hopkins.. 10 00 

Smiths Sons Co., T. 15 00 

Speyer, Mrs. James 10 00 

Strauss, Mrs. B 5 00 

Strauss, Charles 10 00 

Steinhart, Henry 10 00 

Stern, Benjamin 25 00 

Steinway, Fred T 10 00 

Stewart, W. R 10 00 

Strasser, Edward 5 00 

Strauss, Frederick 25 00 

Stroock, Louis S 10 00 

Stokes, Mrs. Anson Phelps 25 00 

Suydam, Mrs. Walter L... 10 00 

Tailer, E. N 10 00 

Tanenbaum, Leon 10 00 

Thacher, Thomas 20 00 

Thompson, Mrs. Frederick 

F 10 00 

Thouron, Mrs. E. A 5 00 

Thorne, W. V. S 10 00 

Tiffany & Co 25 00 

Timpson, Mrs. James 10 00 

Tod, Mrs. J. Kennedy, 2-5 

Free Bed 100 00 



Tompkins, Mrs. Wm. W.. $25 00 

Tower, Mrs. A. C 5 00 

Tromstine, J 10 00 

Tuckerman, Alfred 10 00 

Tuckerman, Mrs. Paul.... 10 00 

TurnbuU, Mr. and Mrs. R. 5 00 

Twombly, Mrs. H. McK. . 100 00 

Ullman, Sigmund 5 00 

United Hebrew Commun- 
ity 10 00 

Vallens, Eugene 5 GO 

Vanderbilt, Mrs 100 00 

Vanderpoel, Geo. B 10 00 

Van Raalte, Z 10 00 

Van Winkle. Miss 5 00 

Veit, B 5 00 

Voltter, A 5 00 

Von Post, H. C 25 00 

Ward, Mrs. Geo. Cabot ... 10 00 

Warren, Mrs. Geo. H 25 00 

Warren, Mrs. J. H 50 00 

Warren, Mrs. Whitney.... 10 00 

Webb, Mrs. W. S 200 00 

Wendell, Evert Jansen.. .. 50 00 

Werbelovsky, Jacob H.... 10 00 

Wheeler, Miss Emily M.. 5 GO 

Wheelock, Mrs. Geo. G. . . 5 00 

White, Miss May W 10 00 

Whitman, Nathaniel 100 00 

White, Miss Caroline 20 00 

Wicke, Wm 20 00 

Willis, Douglas A 10 00 

Willets, Howard 50 00 

Willcox, Mrs. Wm. G 5 00 

Wilson, Mrs. Henry B.... 5 00 

Wilson, Mrs. Henry S.... 10 00 

Wilson, Mrs. Orme 10 00 

Winthrop, Bronson 100 00 

Wineburgh, M 10 00 

Wismer, Miss J 20 00 

Witherbee, Mrs. F. S 10 00 

Woerishoffer, Mrs. Anna.. 100 00 

Wolff, Mrs. Lewis S 10 00 

Woodford, Gen. S. L 10 00 

Young, Mrs. A, Murray. . . 100 00 

Young, A. Murray 100 00 

Zundel, R. W 5 00 



n 



SCHOOL FUND. 

From October 1, 1911, to September 30, 1912. 

CREDIT. 

Balance forward $ 95 00 

Mrs. R. S. Brewster $ 25 00 

Mrs. Andrew Carnegie 50 00 

Mrs. R. Fulton Cutting 20 00 

Miss Julia L. Delafield 5 00 

Mrs. Charles D. Dickey 15 00 

Miss E. S. Hamilton 20 00 

Mrs. H. E. Howland 10 00 

Mrs. J. A. Murray 10 00 

Mrs. Douglas Robinson 50 00 

Mrs. William D. Sloane 50 00 

Mrs, H. McK. Twombly 50 00 

Mrs. J. H. Warren 10 00 

Miss Caroline White 50 00 

Mrs. A. Murray Young 50 00 415 00 

$510 00 
DEBIT. 

Teachers' Salary $400 00 

Balance on hand 110 00 $510 00 



DONATIONS 



From October 1, 1911, to September 30, 1912. 

Mrs. Charles B. Alexander $ 250 00 

Anonymous 2 75 

Robert S. Brewster 100 00 

Mrs. Robert S. Brewster 100 00 

Miss Mary R. Calender 100 00 

William P. Clyde 100 00 

Mrs. Gifford A. Cochran 100 00 

Mrs. M. Dwight Collier 100 00 

Mrs. R. Fulton Cutting 100 00 

Miss Caroline de Forest 100 00 

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Eugene Delano $ 250 00 

William Adams Delano 100 00 

Mrs. Charles de Rham 100 00 

Mrs. Charles D. Dickey 100 00 

Mrs. W. B. Dinsmore 100 00 

Miss Frelinghuysen SO 00 

Miss E. S. Hamilton 100 00 

August Heckscher 100 00 

Mrs. H. E. Howland 100 00 

Hospital Saturday and Sunday Association 1,964 12 

H. E. Huntington 300 00 

D. K. Jay 100 00 

Frederic A. Juilliard 100 00 

George G. Mason 500 00 

Walter E. Maynard 100 00 

Dave H. Morris 100 00 

Charles A. Munn 100 00 

Mrs. J. Archibald Murray 100 00 

National Photo Engraving Co 13 80 

Orthopaedic Guild 100 00 

Percy R. Pyne 200 00 

Mrs. Douglas Robinson 125 00 

Mrs. H. S. Rokenbaugh 25 00 

Henry T. Sloane 250 00 

John Sloane 100 00 

Mrs. William D. Sloane 500 00 

Mrs. W. L. Suydam 100 00 

Henry R. Taylor 100 00 

Mrs. J. H. Warren '. 100 00 

Miss Caroline White 320 00 

Mrs. A. Murray Young 200 00 



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DONATIONS FOR SPECIAL PURPOSES. 
From October 1, 1911, to September 30, 1912. 

Permanent Building Fund : 

Mrs. C. P. Huntington $5,000 00 

Mrs. A. D. Juilliard 5,000 00 

Henry Phipps 250 00 

Mrs. Russell Sage 3,000 00 

Visiting Nurses' Salary : 

Mrs. Whitelaw Reid 700 00 

Mrs. W. D. Sloane 700 00 

Mrs. F. W. Vanderbilt 700 00 

Mrs. A. Murray Young 700 00 

Special Gymnasium Fund : 

Henry C. Frick 1,600 00 

Miss Caroline White 700 00 

For Child in Summer Home : 

Mrs. William D. Sloane 300 00 

Fruit Fund : 

Mrs. M. Dwight Collier 5 00 

Miss E. S. Hamilton 10 00 

Junior Guild 130 00 

Orthopedic Guild 25 00 

Ice Cream Fund : 

Orthopedic Guild \ 25 00 

Mrs. William D. Sloane 50 00 

Matrons' Room: 

Mrs. Charles D. Dickey 30 00 

Mrs. A. Murray Young 22 39 

Braces : 

Orthopaedic Hospital Sewing Society 150 00 

White Plains Land Expenses : 

Robert S. Brewster 100 00 

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ENDOWED BEDS. 

IN PERPETUITY. 

1883. By Miss C. B. Hicks, continued in perpetuity by Buchanan Win- 

throp. 
1886. By Mrs. Elizabeth Milbank Anderson, four beds, In Memoriam 

"J. Milbank Anderson." 
1891. By Mr. Alfred Corning Clark, three beds. 
1891. By Mr. Edward Severin Clark, two beds, to be known as the 

"Edward Severin Clark Beds." 
1891. By Mrs. Henry R. Winthrop. 

1893. By Mrs. William D. Sloane, In Memoriam "Wm. D. Sloane, Jr." 
1893. By James K. Gracie, In Memoriam "Anna Bulloch Gracie." 

1893. By Miss Sarah B. Gibbes. 

1894. By Mrs. Richard T^lden Auchmut}^ two beds. In Memory of 

Richard Tylden Auchmuty. 
1894. By James H. Jones. 
1896. B}^ Mrs. William Astor, In Memory of Helen Roosevelt. 

1896. By Mrs. Evan T. Walker, In Memory of John J. Walker. 

1897. By Mrs. William D. Sloane, two beds, one bed In Memoriam 

"Maria Louisa Vanderbilt" and one In Memoriam "Emilie 
Vanderbilt Burden." 

1898. By Mrs. Charles B. Alexander, named the Harriet Alexander bed, 

for her daughter. 
1901. By Mrs. N. A. Baldwin, In Memory of Louise Suydam Duer. 
1901. By Mrs. Benjamin Brewster, In Memoriam Benjamin Brewster. 
1901. By Henry T. Sloane, Jessie and Emily Sloane, bed endowed by 

their father. 

1901. By Mrs. Marion Story, In Memory of M. Furman Hunt. 

1902. By James Henry Smith, two beds, In Memory of George Smith. 
1902. By Miss Emily A. Watson, In Memory of Mrs. Mary J. Walker. 
1904. By Miss Cornelia Prime, In Memory of her brother Temple Prime. 
1904. By Miss Helen Phipps. 

1904. By James K. Gracie, In Memory of Esther Gracie Ogden. 

1906. By Miss Caroline White. 

1906. By Mrs. M. Dwight Collier, In Memory of Maurice Dwight Col- 
lier. 

1908. By Mrs. H. N. Munn, Mrs. Augusta Munn Tilney, Orson D. 
Munn and Charles A. ]\Iunn, In Memory of Henry Norcross 
Munn. 

1911. By Everetta C. Whitney estate. 

1911. By Miss Josephine C. Smith, In Memory of her father. Dr. Ed- 
ward A. Smith and her mother, Rebecca Miller Smith. 
Total Beds Endowed in Perpetuity, Z7. — 
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YEARLY BEDS. 

ENDOWED DURING 1912. 

1878. Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt's children, In Memory of "Their Mother," 
by Theodore Roosevelt, Mrs. W. S. Cov/les, Mrs. Douglas 
Robinson. 

1886. By Mrs. James A. Burden. 

1890. By Mrs. Charles B. Alexander. 

1891. By Mrs. James T. Leavitt. 
1891. By Mrs. R. Fuhon Cutting. 
1894. By Mrs. Charles B. Alexander. 

1894. By Children's Fund, In Memory of Mrs. James K. Grade. 

1895. By Orthopaedic Guild, In Memory of Ella F. J. Carpender. 

1896. By Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Mortimer, In Memory of Anna Hall 

Roosevelt. 

1896. By Orthopaedic Hospital Sewing Society. 

1897. By Orthopaedic Guild. 
1897. By Orthopedic Guild. 

1899. By Mrs. J. Kennedy Tod, Mrs. Robert S. Minturn, Miss Grace 
Howard Potter, James Brown Potter and Ashton Howard 
Potter, In Memory of their father and mother, Howard Pot- 
ter and his wife. 

1899. By Mrs. William Robison and William Chauncey Floyd-Jones, In 

Memory of Caroline A. and William Floyd-Jones. 

1900. By Mrs. George Jay Gould. 

1900. By Junior Orthopaedic Guild. 

1901. By Mrs. Henry B. Hyde, In Memory of Henry B. Hyde, Jr. 

1901. By Mrs. Whitelaw Reid, "Church of the Incarnation Bed." 

1902. By Miss E. S. Hamilton, In Memory of J. Augustus and Mary 

W. Hamilton. 
1904. By the Boys' Guild. 

1904. By A. D. Juilliard. 

1905. By Julian B. Clark. 

1908. By Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Brewster. 

Total Beds Endowed in 1912, 23. 
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SUMMER SCENES AT THE COUNTRY BRANCH 



GIFTS TO THE HOSPITAL 

IN MATERIAL. 
I^'rom January 1st, 1912, to December 31st. 1912. 

JANUARY. 

Ice Cream and Cake Mrs. F. G. Bourne 

5 Copies of Chatterbox Mrs. W. D. Sloane 

5 Copies of St. Nicholas, for the year Mrs. W. D. Sloane 

Valentines and Ribbons Mrs. John E. Roosevelt 

Toys, Games and Puzzles Miss Hoyt 

Clothing Miss Edith Stone 

Flowers for Boys' Ward Mrs. Charles D. Dickey 

5 Copies of St. Nicholas Mrs. Russel Sage 

Shoes and Clothing Miss Edith Stone 

FEBRUARY. 
$25.00 for Endowment Fund (Through Miss Dunlop) . . . .McGibbon & Co. 

Toys Boys' Guild 

Toys and Valentines, Ice Cream and Cake, for Girls' West Ward, 

Mrs. Butt 

Pictures and Postal Cards Miss M. P. Pascal 

Rug Mr. D. H. Morris 

Barrel of Potatoes Miss Kate Norwood 

Hobby Horse and Toys Mrs. John D. Adams 

Clothing Mrs. E. C. Griffin 

MARCH. 

Entertainment and Ice Cream and Cake Mrs. Douglas Robinson 

Electrical Fixtures The Sinus Company 

Merry-go-round, Toys and Rocking Horses Mrs. J. D. Adams 

Paper Dolls No Name 

Wheel Chair, Pair Crutches Miss Gallagher 

Toys Estate of Mrs. Elsie Welch Saltus 

Picture Papers The Christian Police Association 

APRIL. 

Plant Mrs. Auguste Philippe Montant 

15 Fancy Easter Eggs Mrs. Wagstaflf 

Easter Gifts of Toys for Girls' and Boys' Wards Junior Guild 

Ice Cream and Cake Mrs. A. Murray Young 

Toys Mrs. Charles Scribner 

Games and Toys Mrs. Benoit S. Redd 

Easter Greetings Misses M. and A. Pollitzer 

Wardrobe, Dresser, Bookcase and Couch Miss Smith 

Two Dolls No Name 

Flowers Mrs. S. Pollitzer 

Easter Gifts, Ice Cream and Cake, and Four Circus Tickets, Miss Cannon 

Easter Eggs, Girls' Ward Mrs. Victor Cumnock 

11 Boxes Soldiers Mrs. James L. Banks 

Toys Mrs. J. Rothschild 

Desk Mrs. Charles D. Dickey 

Six Dozen Eggs Mr. Lewis B. Preston 

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Toys and Books Mrs. H. G. Gushing 

Bird Cage, Magic Lantern and Toys Mrs. S. B. Chapin 

Flowers Miss A. Hoyt 

MAY. 

Rocking Chair Mrs. Charles B. Alexander 

Magazines and Papers Mrs. T. G. Field 

Plants ••.... Miss Jennie Remsen Thompson 

Toys Mrs. S. B. Chapin 

Four Boxes Soldiers Mrs. G. DeForest 

Roses Mrs. Charles Dickey 

12 Bottles Sulphur Naphthol Miss Frelinghuysen 

Flowers Junior AuxiHary All Saints Church, Harrison, N. Y. 

Books and Post Cards Mrs. Friedenberg 

Side Board Mr. Dave H. Morris 

Circus Toys Mrs. King 

Flowers Miss Margaret Payne Luce 

Toys Mrs. Lawrence Bogert Elliman 

Shoes Mrs. John E. Roosevelt 

Toys Mrs. Monroe R. Rothschild 

Flowers Mrs. Rudolph Weld 

JUNE. 

Youth's Companions Mrs. L. E. Carpenter 

Toys and Plants Mrs. Rudolph Weld 

Magazines Mrs. W. P. Belknap 

Lathe and Shaper, with equipment .Miss Watson 

Shoes and Clothing Mrs. John E. Roosevelt 

Flowers • • Mr. Raymond Cocks 

Flowers Mrs. H. W. Turner 

Flowers Nat. Plant, Flower and Fruit Guild 

Flowers Mrs. Philander Reeves Jennings 

Flowers Mrs. James White 

Flowers No Name 

Bread Cutting Machine Mrs. M. Dwight Collier 

Flowers Mrs. H. Phipps 

Roses Mrs. R. S. Brewster 

Twelve Chairs Mrs. A. Murray Young 

Scribner's for 1911 Dr. W. B. Dunning 

Century for 1911 Dr. W. B. Dunning 

Flowers and Vegetables Mrs. Wm. Sloane 

Flowers Junior AuxiHary All Saints Church, Harrison^ N. Y. 

JULY. 

Flowers Mrs. Percy Rivington Pyne 

Flowers Mrs. Bradley Martin, Jr. 

Flowers and Vegetables each week Mrs. William Sloane 

Flowers Junior Auxiliary All Saints Church, Harrison, N. Y. 

Two Scrap Books Miss Virginia Mitchell 

Roses No Name 

Flowers each week Mrs. Robert Brewster 

Vegetables each week Mrs. C. W. McKelvey 

AUGUST. 

Flowers United Workers, Branch E 

Flowers Mrs. Robert Brewster 

Flowers and Vegetables each week Mrs. William Sloane 

One-half Pint Cream Daily to August 1st T. O. Smith Sons 

Flowers Mrs. Leo K Frank 

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Flowers Mr. C. G. Stoddard 

Flowers and Vegetables each week Mrs. Gifford A. Cochrane 

1 Crate Tomatoes Mrs. A. Wagstaff 

Flowera Blue Bird Club 

Flowers Mrs. Schmidt 

Flowers Junior AuxiHary All Saints Church, Harrison, N. Y. 

SEPTEMBER. 

Screens for Kitchen Windows and Doors Mrs. R. Fulton Cutting 

Flowers and Vegetables each week Mrs. William Sloane 

Flowers and Vegetables each week Mrs. G. A. Cochrane 

1 Crate Tomatoes Mrs. A. Wagstaff 

Flowers Miss E. W. Dodge 

2 Barrels Apples Mrs. Douglas Robinson 

Books Mr. M. P. Belkus, Jr. 

Album The Children of Mrs. Murray W. Dodge 

Flowers Junior Auxiliary All Saints Church, Harrison, N. Y. 

OCTOBER. 

Flowers and Vegetables each week Mrs. William Sloane 

Flowers Mrs. Dickey 

Brace Mrs. D. H. Morris, Jr. 

14 Suits of Boys' Clothing Mrs. W. B. Dinsmore 

Flowers Mr. R. B. Dodson 

Scrap Pictures Mr. J. L. Spicer 

Flowers Mrs. P. R. Jennings 

Ice Cream and Cake for Girls' Ward Dr. Bogardus 

Vegetables, Fruit and Crackers, The Steinway Reformed Sunday School 

2 Suits Men's Clothing Mrs. E. C. Griffin 

Ten Cases Toasted Wheat Flakes Mr. Murphy 

NOVEMBER. 
12 Pairs of Bloomers, 15 Gymnasium Suits, 

Packer Collegiate Institute 

8 Suits of Boys' Clothing Mrs. Charles D. Dickey 

Boys' Clothing Mr. F. W. P. Hoeninghaus 

Three Barrels Potatoes and Six Plants Mrs. John Hobart Warren 

Flowers, Girls' Ward Miss Overton 

Toys for Girls' East Ward and Apples for All the Children, 

Junior Guild 
Cranberry Sauce, Oranges and Apples, 

Second Grade Class, Ethical Culture School 

Scrap Books ■•.... Kindergarten, Ethical Culture School 

Six Turkeys, Cranberries, Celery Mrs. Charles B. Alexander 

Flowers Mrs. Lindsley Tappen 

Flowers Mrs. George R. Read 

Rug Mrs. Charles D. Dickey 

Toys and Books Miss Grace Dietrich 

Toys for All the Children in the Wards Mr, F. W. P. Hoeninghaus 

Book of Samples Gazlay Brothers 

DECEMBER. 

Ice Cream and Cake Mrs. M. Solomon 

Flowers Mrs. Alfred Wagstaff 

Post Cards Mr. J. Lindley Spicer 

Dolls Mrs. Henry Watts 

Rubbers, Magazines, Suit of Boys' Clothing. . .Mr. F. W. P. Hoeninghaus 

Dolls, Toys No Name 

Toys Mrs. Bradley Martin, Jr. 

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Toys Mrs. B. S. Redd 

Flowers Miss Hamilton 

Gifts for the Maids Miss De Forrest 

Toys Miss J. C. Smith 

Two Chairs Mrs. H. M. Tilford 

Gifts for all the patients in Hospital and Books for Nurses, 

Mrs. W. D. Sloane 
Thirty-two Pounds Tea for Dispensary Families, 

Mr. J. Frederic Kemochan 

Apples Mrs. Charles B. Alexander 

Toys Mrs. Fensterer 

DoUs • • Mrs. E. D. Paulin 

Christmas Toys for All the Children Mr. F. W. P. Hoeninghaus 

Twenty Dollars for Children's Christmas, (Victor Victrola) . . . .No Name 

Candy Mrs. W. F. Chapell and Miss R. Graves 

Holly Wreaths for Boys' Ward Mrs. Dickey 

Dolls, Games, Books Mrs. James Abercrombie Burden 

Toys Mrs. James Harper Poor and Miss Poor 

Grapes Mrs. Harry James Luce 

Oranges Miss Kate Norwood 

1 Case Tomatoes, 1 Case Corn Fiske and Brown 

Christmas Stockings for Girls' East Ward and Boys' East and West 

Wards Junior Guild 

Christmas Stockings for Girls' West Ward Orthopedic Guild 

Ice Cream and Cake Mrs. Charles D. Dickey 

Picture Cards Mission Band, Reformed Church, Montclair Heights 

Christmas Trees and Gifts for the Ward Children, and Thirty Chil- 

den in the Dispensary, 

Mrs. A. Murray Young and Mrs. Robert Brewster 

Gifts for All the Patients in Hospital Mr. E. M. Padelford 

Magazines Mr. De Lancy K. Jay 

Two Boxes Oranges .Mrs. Henry S. Rokenbaugh 



46 



COMMITTEES 

OF THE 

Countri^ 36rancb ant) •fln^uetrtal Scbool 



Committee from the Board of Trustees. 
FRANK L. POLK, Chairman. 
WM. ADAMS DELANO, De LANCEY K. JAY, 

ROBERT S. BREWSTER, GEORGE G. MASON. 

Committee from Board of Supervisors. 

Mrs. CHARLES B. ALEXANDER, Chairman. 

Miss E. S. HAMILTON. 

Country Committee. 
Miss EMILY A. WATSON, Chairman. 
Mrs. RUSSELL A. HIBBS, Sec'y, Mrs. GALLOWHUR, 

Mrs. WM. REYNOLDS BROWN, Mrs. SPILKER, 

Mrs. HOWARD FOSTER, Mrs. SHONK, 

Miss SCHMIDT, Mrs. HUNTINGDON, 

Mrs. CUMNOCK, Mrs. OLIVER HARRIMAN. 

Auditing Committee. 
Miss WATSON, Mrs. HOWARD FOSTER. 

Mrs. SPILKER. 

House Committee. 
Mrs. WM. REYNOLDS BROWN, Mrs. HOWARD FOSTER, 

Miss SCHMIDT, Mrs. RUSSELL A. HIBBS, 

Mrs. SHONK, Mrs. HUNTINGDON, 

Mrs. GALLOWHUR, Mrs. OLIVER HARRIMAN. 

Christmas Committee. 
Mrs. HOWARD FOSTER, Mrs. RUSSELL A. HIBBS, 

Mrs. CUMNOCK, Mrs. GALLOWHUR, 

Miss WATSON. 

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STAFF 

FOR I9I3 

Country Branch an^ UnDustrial School 



Medical Staff. 

Surge on-iyi-C hief , 
RUSSELL A. HIBB3, M. D. 



Consulting Physician, 
H. ERNST SCHMID, M. D. 

Resident Surgeon, 
FRED. D. WILLIAMS, M. D. 



Consulting Ophthalmologist, 
FRANK NEWTON IRWIN, M. D. 

Dental Surgeon, 
D. AUSTIN SNIFFEN, D. D. S. 



House Staff. 

Superintendent, 
CHARLES H. BURR. 

Assistant Superintendent, Housekeeper and Dietitian, 

Miss SOPHIE C WASHINGTON. Miss HARRIET C. JACOBSON. 

Principal of School, 
Miss FRANCES E. BALDWIN. 



House-Mothers, 



Mes. SCHOTTLE 



Miss BERTHA A. CODING 



Chief Engineer, 
JOHN W. HILFRANK 

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REPORT FROM THE COUNTRY BRANCH. 

To the Trustees of the New York Orthopaedic 
Dispensary and Hospital. 

Gentlemen : 

The results produced during the past year in the physical con- 
dition of the children have been most satisfactory, and new 
methods are producing a great result among cases formerly 
considered incurable. 

The manual training department has been discontinued, owing 
to the fact that the introduction of so many young children has 
made it unnecessary, and for older boys stenography and type- 
writing and photography seem to be better adapted to their con- 
dition, and the various branches of sewing and cooking to the 
girls. 

The teaching is conducted on the same lines as the public school 
system, and I cannot speak too highly of the interesting methods 
adopted by the teachers to instruct children, many of them of 
foreign birth, very bright, but unaccustomed to habits of applica- 
tion, and the adaptation of every study to the common wants of 
everyday life. 

The heads of the different departments have discharged their 
duties in a very creditable manner, and have evinced great in- 
terest in the welfare of the institution. 

The financial condition of the Institution is most satisfactory, 
and many thanks are due to the Trustees and the Superintendent, 
who have worked together to produce this happy result, especially 
in these days of high cost of living, when we hear on all sides 
of the problem of keeping the expenses of institutions within their 
income. 

Our thanks are due to those who have helped us with gifts of 
clothing, vegetables and books, and especially to Mr. and Mrs, 
Lehman for the great treat they gave the children in the moving 
pictures, especially brought from New York for their amusement, 
and the interest shown by them in personal acquaintance with the 
children. 

49 



There have been many visitors in the past year to the Country 
Branch by persons who are making a study of work done along 
the same Hnes, and the results of their visits, and the opinions 
they have formed of the Country Branch will appear in the re- 
ports which are to be published. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Emily A. Watson, 

Chairman. 



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The sum of $7,500 endows a bed in perpetuity : and the sum 
of $350 entitles the donor to a bed for one year. 

Form of Certificate to the Donor of an 
Endowed Bed in Perpetuity. 

This is to Certify that the New York Orthopaedic Dispen- 
sary and Hospital through its Trustees has received from 

herein designated as the donor, a fund of Seven Thousand Five 
Hundred Dollars, for the purpose of founding and maintaining 
in accordance with its corporate pozvers an endowed bed in its 
Hospital in perpetual memory of 

The donor shall have the privilege of nominating the occu- 
pant of said bed, but such nomination and the use of said bed 
shall be subject to all such rules and regulations governing en- 
dowed beds, and providing for the treatment, reception and dis- 
charge of patients as now exist or which may hereafter be en- 
acted by the Board of Trustees of said Dispensary and Hospital. 

Witness this corporate seal of the Neiv York Orthopaedic 
Dispensary and Hospital, and the signatures of tzvo of its officers, 

this day of one thousand nine hundred 

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53 



DONATIONS TO THE COUNTRY BRANCH 

IN MATERIAL. 
From October 1st, 1911 to October 1st, 1912. 



OCTOBER, 1911. 

Magazines Mrs. Wm. R. Brown 

Paper Dolls Mrs. Horton 

Magazines Mr. Malcolm 

Moving Picture Entertainment Mrs. Herbert H. Lehman 

Barrel of Apples Mrs. John Webb 

Magazines Mrs. Malcolm 

Clothing Mrs. Thomas Simpson 

To3's for Children Mrs. Whitaker 

NOVEMBER, 1911. 

Children's Books Mrs. Oliver Harriman 

Clothing for Children Through Miss Schmidt 

Toys. Books and Chocolate Mrs. Herbert H. Lehman 

DECEMBER, 1911. 

1 Box Toys and 3 Doll houses Some Friends 

Christmas Tree Decorations and Magic Lantern. . .Mrs. P. R. Richardson 

$4 for Christmas Presents Mrs. Schaarschuh 

Box of Toys N. Y. Soap Works 

Christmas Gift for Each Child Miss E. A. Watson 

1 Bunch of Bananas Mr. Kopf 

Box Pasteboard Toys Borden's Condensed Milk Co. 

Christmas Stockings, Oranges and Apples for Each Girl, Mrs. Wm. Sloane 

Christmas Gifts (39) Mrs. H. H. Lehman 

Ten Children's Books Miss Marguerite Sherman 

Clothes and Books Mrs. G. S. Huntington 

Cloth for Sewing Class Mr. Alfred L. Campbell 

Doll and Box of Toys Mrs. A. M. Ganson 

$10 for Children's Entertainment Mrs. C. G. Stoddard 

Theater Party for Fifty Children Miss Carmen A. Sonnehill 

Books Mrs. Constance Simpson 

Potted Plant for the Girls Mrs. J. F. Dickie 

Toys for Boys and Girls Mrs. W. W. Whitaker 

Christmas Stockings for Boys Mrs. R. A. Hibbs 

Books for Children Miss Long 

150 pounds Turkey Franz Von Rhein 

JANUARY, 1912. 

Clothing for Girls Mrs. Jas. C. G. Haynes 

Mirror and Picture for Library Miss E. A. Watson 

1 Bunch of Bananas Mr. Kopf 

FEBRUARY, 1912. 
12 Books Miss Watson 

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MARCH, 1912. 

2 Victrola Records Mr. E. A. Anderson 

Pictures for Children Mrs. E. H. Horton 

Picture Book Miss Spencer 

Clothing for Girls Mrs. Jas. C. G. Haynes 

Books Mrs. Chas. V. Moore 

APRIL, 1912. 

Clothes and Books Mrs. Thomas Simpson 

Books Miss E. A. Watson 

1 Pot of Flowers Mrs. Dickie 

Bunch of Bananas Mr. Kopf 

Books for Children Mrs. Chas. V. Moore 

Clothing for Boys Mrs. Thomas Simpson 

Clothing and Books Mrs. H. H. Hard 

Embroidered Center Piece Miss Watson 

Picture Post Cards A Friend 

MAY, 1912. 

Books and Post Cards Mrs. H. H. Hard 

Bunch of Bananas Mr. Kopf 

Books and Magazines for Children Congregational Church 

Toys and Dolls for Children Mrs. H. H. Lehman 

$100 Mrs. H. H. Lehman 

Clothing ; Mrs. Oliver Harriman 

JUNE, 1912. 

Flowers and Strawberries Mr. Joseph Dexter 

Doll Hats and Silk Bags for Girls Mrs. Charles F. Smith 

Box of Toys and Books Mrs. G. D. F. Leith 

Books for Staff Miss E. A. Watson 

$10 for Children Mr. Chas. W. Hogan 

Cakes for Children Mrs. Warner 

JULY, 1912. 

$10 for Children Mr. R. A. Lehyer 

Papers and Magazines Congregational Church 

$25 for Children Mrs. H. H. Lehman 

Plants, Flowers and Fruit Mrs. Whitelaw Reid 

AUGUST, 1912. 

Toys and Clothing Mrs. Thomas Simpson 

Magazines Mr. F. L. Collins 

Toys and Clothing Mrs. Thomas Simpson 

Vegetables Mrs. C. G. Stoddard 

Books for Staff Miss E. A. Watson 

1 Barrel of Pears Mr. Henry G. Barbey 

Vegetables Mrs. C. G. Stoddard 

Auto Ride for Children Mrs. H. H. Lehman 

SEPTEMBER, 1912. 

Vegetables Mrs. C. G. Stoddard 

Auto Ride for Children _ Mrs. H. H. Lehman 

Grapes and Peaches for Children Mrs. H. H. Lehmar 

Magazines for Children Congregational Church 

Bibles and Song Books Miss Watson 

Bed Hammock and Toys Mrs. Henry Lindenmeyer 

Moving Picture Show Mrs. H. H. Lehman 

55 



TWENTY-FIRST ANNUAL REPORT 



OF THE 



Orthop/Edic Guild 



OF THE 



126 East 59th Street 



WITH A LIST OP MEMBERS. 



ifftc^ra. 



President, 
Mrs. W. D. BUTTON. 

Vice-President. 
Miss. S. A. MOLLER. 

Treasurer, Secretary, 

Mrs. ALFRED WAGSTAFF. Mrs. IRVING COX. 



Purrtjaatttg (E-amtnitUt, 

Mrs. McCOSKRY BUTT. 



||0mirarg Mtmhtr, 

Mrs. CHARLES B. ALEXANDER. 



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MEMBERS 



Mrs. John D. Adams. 
Mrs. Warren S. Adams. 
Mrs. W. B. Anderton. 
Mrs. W. A. Bloodgood. 
Mrs. George Bullock. 
Mrs. Arthur Bramwell. 
Mrs. McCoskry Butt. 
Mrs. J. Edgar Bull. 
Mrs. Charles Baylis. 
Mrs. LeGrand Benedict. 
Miss Coppell. 
Mrs. Irving Cox. 
Mrs. Victor Camnock. 
Mrs. J. M. Ceballos. 
Miss Delano. 
Mrs. Del Garcia. 
Mrs. A. De Goicouria. 
Mrs. Robert Dodson. 
Mrs. W. D. Dutton. 
Mrs. W. G. Fleming. 
Mrs. E. H Floyd-Jones 
Mrs G. S. Floyd-Jones. 
Mrs. E. L. Harkness. 



Mrs. H. J. Luce 
Mrs Philander Jennings. 
Mrs. Murray Livingston. 
Mrs. A. P. Montant. 
Mrs. C. de Rham Moore. 
Mrs. Huntington Norton. 
Mrs. C. C. Overton. 
Mrs. William Robison. 
Mrs. R. B. Roosevelt. 
Miss Remsen. 
Mrs. Norman B. Ream. 
Mrs. H. S. Rokenbaugh. 
Miss J. C. Smith, 
Mrs. A. Egmont Schermerhorn. 
Mrs. Kennedy Todd. 
Mrs. J. T. Thompson. 
Mrs. H. M. Tilford. 
Mrs. Atvi^ood Violett. 
Mrs, W. Hull Wickham. 
Mrs. Wagstaff. 
Mrs. F. Dana Winslow. 
Mrs. J. C. Work. 
Mrs. F. A. Walsh, Jr. 
Miss Sydney Henop. 



ASSOCIATE MEMBERS. 



Mrs. James A. Blair. 
Mrs. J. M. Barclay. 
Mrs. E. J. Berwind. 
Mrs. D. Fairfax Bush. 
Mrs. E. L. Burrill. 
Mrs. F. G. Bourne. 
Mrs. Percy Chubb. 
Mrs. W. S. Callender. 
Mrs. George G. DeWitt. 
Mrs. F. B. Griffin. 
Mrs. Walter Jennings. 
Mrs. John Greenough. 
Mrs. Henry B. Hyde. 
Mrs. de Heredia. 
Mrs. Seth Low. 
Mrs. Peter Moller. 
Miss Moller. 
Miss M. La Montagne. 



Mrs. 



Mrs. W. J. Matheson. 
Mrs. H. W. Wilmerding Payne. 
Mrs. W. A. Perry. 
Mrs. C. G. Peters. 
Miss Elizabeth Remsen. 
Mrs. B. F. Romaine. 
Mrs. Frederick Roosevelt. 
Mrs. George Rose. 
Mrs. L. L. Stanton. 
Mrs. H. F. Shoemaker. 
Mrs. J. Rhinelander Stevens. 
Mrs. T. E. Satterthwaite. 
Mrs. W. H. Tailer. 
Mrs. Edwin Thorne. 
Mrs. F. W. Vanderbilt. 
Mrs. Raymond L. Ward. 
Mrs. M. Livingston Willard. 
Miss Caroline White. 
Louis T. Montant. 



57 



ANNUAL REPORT, 1912 

In the Year Book of the Orthopaedic Hospital for 1891-92 the 
Supervisor's Report contains the fohowing: 

"A number of ladies formed themselves into what they call 
the Orthopaedic Guild. They provide the linen of all kinds used 
in the girls' ward, and recently they have been preparing some 
clothing sorely needed by some of the little inmates." 

This was the beginning of the Orthopaedic Guild, and it is 
most gratifying to know that for twenty-one years we have gone 
on increasing in numbers and in usefulness. 

In the Autumn of 1892 the Guild sustained a severe loss in the 
death of its first and much-loved President, Airs. William Car- 
pender, to whose energy and interest its good work is the result. 
The first bed endowed in 1893 is dedicated to her memory. 

In 1894 our Annual Report for the first time appeared in the 
Year Book of the Hospital, and at that date there were 26 active 
members and 16 associates. At the present time of writing we 
number 46 active members and 35 associates. 

We still take entire charge of the girls' ward, supplying every- 
thing required for its maintenance and we now support three beds. 

We have to record with much regret the death of one of our 
active members, Mrs. John E. Roosevelt, who filled the position 
of Treasurer for four years from 1902 to 1906. 

The past year has been one of unusual prosperity, and we are 
deeply indebted to some of our new members for their kindly aid, 
which has enabled us to contribute more generously than ever to 
some of the "special funds." 

May we hope for the same generosity and interest from our 
members and friends during the coming year. 

E. J. Adams, 

Secretary. 



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Mrs. Charles B. Alexander $50.00 

Mrs. John D, Adams 50.00 

Mrs. Francis B. Griffin 10.00 

Mrs. H. S. Rokenbaugh Special, for Mrs. Alexander's collection. . 25.00 

$135.00 

CHRISTMAS OFFERINGS. 

Mrs. Seth Low $5.00 

Mrs. J. Edgar Bull 5.00 

Mrs. Philander R. Jennings 25.00 

Mrs. E. Livingston Burrill 10.00 

Mrs. Irving Cox , . 2.50 

Mrs. George Bullock 2.50 

Mrs. Huntington Norton 5.00 

Mrs. C. de Rham Moore 10.00 

Mrs. Murray Livingston 5.00 

Mrs. Charles B. Alexander 10.00 

Mrs. W. G. Fleming 10.00 

Mrs. Warren S. Adams 10.00 

Mrs. Charles L. Baylis 5.00 

Mrs. Edward L. Harkness 25.00 

Mrs. Henry F. Shoemaker 25.00 

Mrs. J. S. Thompson 10.00 

Mrs. James A. Blair 15.00 

Mrs. Moller 10.00 

Miss Moller 10.00 

Miss Delano 5.00 

Christmas Offerings $205.00 

ST. VALENTINE'S CELEBRATION. 

Mrs. Philander R. Jennings $10.00 

EASTER OFFERINGS. 

Mrs. J. L. Thompson $10.00 

Mrs. C. de Rham Moore 10.00 

Mrs. A. Wagstaff 10.00 

Mrs. Charles B. Alexander 10.00 

Mrs. Charles L. Baylis 5.00 

Mrs. Bramwell 1.00 

Mrs. W. D. Button 5.00 

60 



Mrs. H. F. Shoemaker $10.00 

Mrs. Warren D. Adams 10.00 

Mrs. Philander R. Jennings 25.00 

Mrs. Robert B. Dodson 10.00 

Mrs. J. Edgar Bull 5.00 

Miss Smith 5.00 

Mrs. J. E. Roosevelt 10.00 

Mrs. Moller 5.00 

Miss Moller 5.00 

Mrs. Henry M. Tilford 10.00 

Mrs. William B. Anderton 10.00 

Mrs. George Bullock 5.00 

Easter Offerings $161.00 

ICE CREAM FUND. 

Mrs. J. S. Thompson $15.00 

FRUIT FUND. 

Mrs. J. S. Thompson $15.00 

OUTSIDE PATIENT FUND. 

Mrs. J. S. Thompson $18.50 



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MISCELLANEOUS DONATIONS 

OCTOBER, 1911. 

1 Barrel of Apples Mrs. Wagstaff 

1 Barrel of Vegetables Mrs. Wagstaff 

1 Barrel of Apples Mrs. W. S. Adams 

1 Barrel of Potatoes Mrs. W S. Adams 

DECEMBER. 

3 dozen pairs White Stockings Orthopaedic Guild 

3 dozen Undervests Orthopaedic Guild 

Ice Cream and Cake for all the Hospital Mrs. P. Jennings 

Punch and Judy and Magic Entertainment, also Christmas stockings 
for Guild Ward Mrs. P. Jennings through the Guild 

2 Boxes of Oranges Mrs. Rokenbaugh 

Toys for all the Hospital Mrs. Bourne 

Barrel of Apples Mrs. H. J. Luce 

Toys and Boxes of Letter Paper for each child in Guild Ward, 

Mrs. J. E. Roosevelt 

FEBRUARY, 1912. 

12 Pairs Drawers The Guild 

Ice Cream and Cake for all and Toys and Cake and Valentines 

for Guild Ward Mrs. P. Jennings 

Merry-go-round — 4 Rocking Horses, 1 Hobby Horse, 1 Doll's Bed, 

Mrs. J. D. Adams 
APRIL. 

Easter Eggs Orthopaedic Guild 

Easter Eggs Mrs. V. Cumnock 

Plants Miss J. R. Thompson 

MAY.' 
Shoes and Clothing Mrs. J. E. Roosevelt 

JUNE. 
Shoes Mrs. J. E. Roosevelt 

AUGUST. 
Tomatoes Mrs. Wagstaff 

SEPTEMBER. 
Tomatoes Mrs. Wagstaff 

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SEVENTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT 

OF THE 

ORTHOPAEDIC HOSPITAL SEWING SOCIETY 

OF THE 

©rtbopaebic 2)i0pen0ari? an^ ibospttal 

126 East 59th Street. 



LIST OF MEMBERS FOR 1913. 



President, 
Mrs. WALTER L. SUYDAM, 5 East 76th St. 

Vice-President, 
Mrs. JOHN E. ALEXANDER, 40 East 52d St. 

Treasurer, 
Miss MARGARET S. REMSEN, 3 East 80th St. 

Secretary, 
Mrs. FRED'K A. HAIGHT, 89 East 79th St. 

Chairman Working Committee, 
Mrs. ARTHUR MASON-JONES, 26 East 60th St. 



63 



ACTIVE MEMBERS, 1913. 



Mrs. 


William Alexander. 


Miss 


Mrs. 


James L. Barclay. 


Miss 


Mrs. 


McCoskry Butt. 


Mrs. 


Mrs. 


Chas. A. Childs. 


Mrs. 


Mrs. 


Geo. Crocker. 


Mrs. 


Mrs. 


Samuel A. Clarke. 


Mrs. 


Mrs. 


Clarence Eagle. 


Mrs. 


Mrs. 


G. Ogden Fowler. 


Miss 


Mrs. 


J. E. S. Hadden. 


Mrs. 


Mrs. 


William D. Hatch. 


Mrs. 


Mrs. 


Henry E. Howland. 


Mrs. ■ 


Mrs. 


C. I. Hudson. 


Miss 


Miss 


Margaret Jackson. 


Mrs. 


Mrs. 


Morris K. Jesup. 


Mrs. 


Mrs. 


Harry S. Kingsley. 


Mrs. 


Mrs. 


Edward S. Knapp. 


Mrs. . 


Mrs. 


Harry K. Knapp. 


Mrs. 


Mrs. 


Chas. H. Mellen. 


Mrs. 


Miss 


Ward McAllister. 


Mrs. ; 


Mrs. 


Robert A. McKim. 


Mrs. : 


Mrs. 


Henry G. McVickar. 


Mrs. : 


Miss 


A. W. Martin. 


Mrs. : 




Mrs. 


Frederick Neil: 



Mary Norrie. 
Kate Norwood. 
Charles M. Oelrichs. 
Hermann Oelrichs. 
Dudley Olcott. 
William H. Osgood. 
Henry W. Payne. 
Ann Depew Paulding. 
William Pollock. 
A. Drum Porter. 
W. Kintzing Post, 
Grace A. Potter. 
Chas. de Rham. 
Karrick Riggs. 
Winfield Scott. 
James Speyer. 
Chas. Steele. 
John A. Stewart. 
J. Todhunter Thompson. 
Robert Thorne. 
Daniel T. Worden. 
M. Gray Zalinski. 
son. 



ASSOCIATE MEMBERS, 1913. 



Mrs. 
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C. B. Alexander. 
Fordyce Barker. 
R. L. Beekman. 
Robert Brewster. 
Bruce-Brown. 
M. T._ Campbell. 
Francis Carolan. 
H. J. Chisholm. 
M. Dwight Collier. 
Robert Fulton Cutting. 
John R. Drexel. 
William B. Dinsmore. 
John B. Duer. 
Neubold Edgar. 
James W. Ellsworth. 
Henry C. Emmet. 
Hamilton Fish. 
F. de P. Forster. 
C. de Forest. 
C. Furniss. 
J. B. M. Grosvenor. 
H. F. Hadden. 
John A. Hadden. 
James B. Haggin. 
E. S. Hamilton. 
Edward S. Harkness. 
Gerald Hojrt, 
Piatt Hunt. 
Pembroke Jones. 

Mrs. 



Mrs. Philip Kearney. 
Mrs. Henry S. Mann. 
Mrs. Bradley Martin, Jr. 
Mrs. Wm. Starr Miller. 
Mrs. R. Burnham Moffat. 
Mrs. McMurtry. 
Mrs. Morton F. Plant. 
Mrs. Whitelaw Reid. 
Miss Elizabeth Remsen. 
Mrs. Douglas Robinson. 
Mrs. Robert Sedgwick. 
Mrs. William D. Sloane. 
Miss Josephine C. Smith. 
Mrs. Louis Lee Stanton. 
Mrs. Joseph Stickney. 
Mrs. J. Kennedy Tod. 
Mrs. J. T. Tower. 
Mrs. Ed. Mitchell Townsend. 
Mrs. Samuel Untermeyer. 
Mrs. John Hobart Warren. 
Miss Caroline White. 
Mrs. F. P. Witherbee. 
Mrs. Wysong. 
Miss Julia Chester Wells. 
Mrs. A. Murray Young. 
Mrs. Arthur B. Twombly. 
Mrs. Henry M. Tilford. 
Mrs. Geo. Grant Mason. 
Mrs. Henry Pearce. 
Frederick Pearson. 



64 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE ORTHOPAEDIC HOSPITAL 
SEWING SOCIETY. 

Time in its flight has brought us around to the Seventeenth 
Annual Report of the Orthopaedic Hospital Sewing Society. 
There is nothing new or different to report more than in years 
passed. The work has gone on methodically, the meetings were 
held regularly, the attendance about the same. We have several 
new members and have lost but one by death — Miss Sophia Fur- 
niss, a long-time member. 

The Treasurer, Miss Remsen, sends in a very good report — 
$1,12L25 receipts from dues and donations, $1,021.77 disburse- 
ments. 

Mrs. Arthur Mason-Jones, Chairman of the Working Com- 
mittee, reports number of pieces of linen given out, 1,706; num- 
ber replaced, 1,762; stock on hand, 919. Supplying linen for 
the Hospital (with the exception of one ward) constitutes the 
main work of this society, but we also support a free bed and 
are able to donate a very substantial sum for braces and extras. 
We have 109 members, 50 active and 59 associate. 

We want to thank all members, both active and associate, as 
one without the other could accomplish very little, for their 
generosity and encouragement, hoping they will continue their 
interest and that we may be able to go on and even increase the 
work for the coming year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Helen D. W. Haight, 

Secretary. 



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FOURTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT 

OF THE 

JUNIOR GUILD 

OF THE 

©rtbopaeMc Dtspenear^ an^ Moepttal, 

126 East 59th Street. 



OFFICERS. 

President, 

Miss ANNIE S. HOYT. 

Secretary, 

Mrs. WILLIAM WADSWORTH. 

Treasurer, 

Miss MARGARET BENEDICT. 



Committees. 

Purchasing Committee, 

Mrs. WALTER C. STEARNS, Chairman. 

Visiting Committee, 

Mrs. HENRY H. HOLLISTER, Jr., Chairman. 



Mrs. L. L. Benedict, Jr. 
Miss Margaret Benedict 
Miss Maria L. Duryee 
Mrs. Lawrence B. EUiman. 
Miss Kate Fox 
Mrs. H. H. Hollister, Jr. 



Mrs. James L. Barclay 
Mrs. David Dana 
Mrs. W. G. Dorainick 



Active Members. 

Annual Dues, $5. 

Miss Annie S. Hoyt 
Mrs. F. C. Huntington 
Miss Frances Hadden 
Mrs. F. Minott 
Miss M. A. D. Perkins 
Miss E. J. Pond 

Associate Members. 

Annual Dues, $10. 

Miss Anita L. Dominick 
Mrs W. H. Erhart 
Mrs John Fox, Jr. 



Mrs. J. Otis Post 
Mrs. Herbert Rawlins 
Mrs. Walter C. Stearns 
Mrs. William Wadsworth 
Miss Esther Waterman 



Mrs. Charles Gould 
Miss Elizabeth Hoyt 
Mrs. F. B. Porter, Jr. 



67 



SECRETARY'S REPORT. 






The Junior Guild has continued to support a bed in the 
Girls' East Ward and given as usual to the Endowment, Potato, 
Fruit and Ice Cream Funds. The necessary garments have been 
furnished and also the services of a woman once every two weeks 

to do the mending for the Ward. 

The children were each given a filled stocking at Christmas 
and a toy at Easter. 

At a cake sale held on December 12, $139 was cleared. 

This year shows an increase in our number, four new active 
members having joined the Guild. 

Respectfully submitted, 

HELEN WADSWORTH, 

Secretary. 



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MISCELLANEOUS DONATIONS 

DECEMBER, 1911. 
Fifteen pairs of stockings, filled Guild 

JANUARY, 1912. 
Games and puzzles Miss Hoyt 

FEBRUARY, 1912. 

Thirty-six pairs of stockings Guild 

Twenty- four bibs Guild 

Thirteen diapers Guild 

Thirty-seven undervests Guild 

MARCH, 1912. 
Easter toys for Girls' East and Boys' Ward Guild 

APRIL, 1912. 
Flowers Miss Hoyt 

MAY, 1912. 

Eight dresses. 
Twenty nightgowns. 
Seven pairs of drawers. 

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DONATIONS. 

Mrs. Charles. B. Alexander $25.00 

Mr. Charles H. Tweed 25.00 

ENDOWMENT FUND. 
Guild $50.00 

POTATO FUND. 
Guild $100.00 

FRUIT FUND. 
Guild • • -$15.00 

ICE CREAM FUND. 
Guild $15.00 



71 



ELEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT 

OF THE 

BOYS' GUILD 

AND 

The Social Service Committee 

OF THE 

126 East 59th Street. 



Officers. 

President, 

Mrs. EDWARD P. YORK. 

Secretary, 

Mrs. JOHN HOWELLS. 

Secretary pro tern., 

Mrs. KEYES WINTER. 

Treasurer, 

Miss HILDA L. G. LOCKWOOD. 



Artttir MtmbevB 

Mrs. albert J. AKIN Miss EVELYN MACDONALD 

Mrs. BRITON N. BUSCH Mrs. PAYSON MERRILL 

Miss ELLA BORLAND Mrs. JOHN M. MORICE 

Miss PAULA FLEITMANN Mrs. KEYES WINTER 

Mrs. JOHN HOWELLS Mrs. EDWARD P. YORK 

Mrs. PERCY K. HUDSON Mrs. ARNOLD KNAPP 

Miss LOUISE M. ISELIN Miss MINNIE STURSBERG 

Miss HILDA LOCKWOOD Mrs. LOUIS WATJEN 
Mrs. OLIVER C. MACY 



Sttniat Membexa 

Miss MURIEL G. CLARK Mr. GORDON LEAVITT 

Miss ARVEN CORNELL Mr. KENT LEAVITT 

Master WM. WHITE HOWELLS Miss CAROLA WINTER 

Master JOHN N. M. HOWELLS Mr. JOHN WINTER 

Miss ELIZABETH KNAPP Miss CLARINDA YORK 
Master JOHN ARNOLD KNAPP 

72 



BOYS' GUILD 



The Social Service Committee 



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CONTRIBUTORS 



Mrs. Charles B. Alexander 

Miss Elizabeth Achelis 

Miss Caro Brown 

Mr. Vernon H. Brown 

Mrs. Walter Bennet 

Mrs. Briton N. Busch 

Mr. Stephen H. Brown 

Mrs. J. P. Cotton, Jr. 

Mrs. James Dickson 

Mrs. Moses Hopkins 

Mrs. Hoeninghaus 

Mrs. John Howells 

Mrs. Wm. Worthington Herrick 

Miss Louise Iselin 

Mrs. Morris K. Jesup 

Mrs. Arnold Knapp 

Mrs. F. Kammerer 

Mrs. Irwin LoughHn 

Mrs. George Lander 

Mrs. Charles Lanier 

Mrs. Herbert H. Lehman 

Miss Anne T. Morgan 

Mrs. C. D. Mosle 



Mrs. C. F. Mosle 

Mr. A. Mosle 

Mrs. John H. Morice 

Mrs. Payson McL. Merrill 

Mrs. Wilhaus C. Osbom 

Mr. Pyne 

Mrs. H. R. Pratt 

Mrs. Douglas Robinson 

Mr. G. A. Rensens 

Mrs. C. G. Stoddard 

Mrs. R. Siedenburg 

Mrs. Taber Sears 

Mrs. Charles Tiflfany 

Mrs. WiUis D. Wood 

Mrs. Keyes Winter 

Mrs. Frederick Wells 

Mr. Henry Willink 

Mrs. Isaac Wheaton 

Mrs. Howard F. Whitney 

Mrs. George W. Wickershara 

Mrs. Edward P. York 

Mrs. A. Murray Young 



SECRETARY'S REPORT 






At the December, 1911, meeting of the Boys' Guild of the 
Orthopaedic Hospital, a change in the work of the Guild was 
discussed. It was decided to raise enough money for the salary 
of a visiting nurse, and to maintain a small emergency fund on 
which the visiting nurses could draw at their discretion. 

Thereafter, a letter was sent to the Board of Directors of 
the Hospital and to Dr. Hibbs, Surgeon-in-Chief of the Medical 
Staff, asking their consent to this proposed change. Their an- 
swers expressed regret that the Guild was giving up its old work, 
but also showed that another visiting nurse was urgently neces- 
sary to the increased Hospital and Dispensary work. 

At the December, 1912, meeting the following resolutions 
were adopted: 

First — To raise $1,000 to be given to the Hospital for the 
salary of a visiting nurse. 

Second — To maintain a fund of not more than $15 a month 
on which the visiting nurse could draw in cases of urgent need. 

Third — That a report of the expenditures of the nurses be 
given to the committee at the monthly meetings. 

Fourth — That the committee be known as the Social Service 
Committee. 

We feel that this is a niost urgent need of the Hospital just 
at present, as the Dispensary work has increased so much in the 
past year. 

Marie C. M. Winter, 

Secretary pro tem. 
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NEW YORK ORTHOPEDIC 
DISPENSARY AND HOSPITAL. 

No. 126 EAST 59th STREET, 
Between Fourth and Lexington Aves. 



Open from 1-30 to 3.30 P. M. (Sundays and Legal Holidays excepted) 
for the Reception and Treatment of Patients. 



Objects of the Institution. — "To furnish treatment to the poor with 
special reference to the Diseases and Deformities of the Spine and the 
Hip Joints and other of the more serious diseases of the bones and joints 
requiring surgical and mechanical treatment, and for giving instruction in 
the same." All cases of deformity, besides those mentioned, including 
Club Foot, Lateral Curvature of the Spine, Infantile Paralysis, Bow-Legs, 
etc., are received and treated. 

Rules Governing the Admission of Patients to the Dispensary 
Department. — Professional services are rendered gratuitously. Those 
who can afford to do so are expected to reimburse the Institution for the 
actual cost of apparatus. Payment for apparatus is received in mstall- 
ments, if required. Apparatus, however, is never sold to patients or others 
— the Institution reserving the right to remove the apparatus and dis- 
charge any patient not complying with the directions of the Surgeons. 
Apparatus will not be supplied in any case that does not come under the 
immediate care of the Institution. 

Rules Governing the Admission of Patients to the Hospital 
Department. — Any suitable Orthopaedic case between the ages of four and 
fourteen may be admitted. (Subject to exceptions in special cases.) 
Board, $4.00 per week. Application for admission may be made to the 
Surgeon to the Hospital during the regular Dispensary hours. 

Rules Governing the Admission of Patients to the Country 
Branch and Industrial School. — Applications for admission to this 
Hospital is made through the City Hospital, and only patients who are 
under treatment at the City Hospital will be admitted to the Country 
Branch. 

The Medical Profession and the public generally are invited to visit 
the Institution. 

The Institution is supported by the contributions of the benevolent. 
Contributions, which are earnestly solicited, may be sent to the Treasurer. 





YEAR RQ^</K 



January 
nineteen 

HUNDRED 

AND FOU RTEEN 




New York 



Orthopaedic Dispensary 
AND Hospital 

126 EAST 59th STREET 
NEW YORK 



COUNTRY BRANCH 

AND 

INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL 

WHITE PLAINS 

NEW YORK \\ev''^^' 



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Opportunities for the Study of Orthopaedic Surgery, 

Both in Diagnosis and Treatment, 

will be afforded Members of the Medical Profession 

and Medical Students, on application, during 

the Autiimn, Winter and Spring. 



FORM OF BEQUEST. 

I bequeath to the New York Orthopedic Dispensary and 
Hospital, a corporation incorporated under the laws of the State of 

New York, the sum of 

dollars to he applied to the benevolent uses and purposes of said 
hospital. 




l^tva fork (irtliapj^iir Sispipasary anb ^napital 

Supported by Voluntary Contribution. 



FORTY-SIXTH YEAR BOOK 



January first, 19 13 

TO 

January first, 191 4 



i^eto gorfe (!^rtf)opaebic 
Bisipenfiarp anb 
^ogpital 



126 East 59th Street, New York City 

and 

White Plains, New York 



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OPEN FOR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS 
FROM ONE-THIRTY TO THREE-THIRTY 
P. M. DAILY EXCEP.T SUNDAYS AND 
LEGAL HOLIDAYS 



CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Trustees and Officers 5 

Trustees' Standing Committees 6 

Board of Supervisors 7 

Medical Staff 8 

President's Report 9 

Supervisors* Report 11 

Superintendent's Report 15 

Hospital Surgeon's Report 18 

Summary of Monthly Reports (Table I) 20 

Results of Treatment (Table II) 21 

Visits at Dispensary and at Homes of Patients, etc. (Table III) 22 

Instruments Made, etc., City Hospital (Table IV) 23 

Summary of Hospital Work (Table V) 24 

Operations Performed (Table VI) 25 

Country Branch (Table VII) 26 

Subscriptions to the Endowment Fund 27 

Treasurer's Report _ 28, 29 

Annual Subscriptions 30 

School Fund 34 

Donations received from October 1, 1912 to September 30, 1913 34 

Fund for Permanent Building and Endowment 35 

Donations for Special Purposes 36 

Donors of Endowed Beds 37 

Donors of Yearly Beds 38 

Gifts to the Hospital in Material during the year 39 

Committees of the Country Branch 43 

Staff of the Country Branch • 44 

Report from the Country Branch 45 

Treasurer's Report, Country Branch and Industrial School 46, 47 

Form of Certificate to Donor of Endowed Bed 48 

Donations to the Country Branch in Material during the year 49 

Form of Bequest Second page of cover 

Rules and Regulations of Dispensary and Hospital ... Third page of cover 

ORTHOPEDIC GUILD. 

Officers and Committees 51 

Members ^2 

Annual Report ^ 54 

Treasurer's Report 55 

Donations 5" 



CONTENTS— Continued. 
ORTHOPEDIC HOSPITAL SEWING SOCIETY. 

PAGE 

Officers and Committees _ 58 

Working Members 59 

Associate Members 59 

Annual Report 60 

Treasurer's Report - 61 

JUNIOR GUILD. 

Officers and Members 62 

Annual Report 62 

Secretary's Report 63 

Donations 63 

Treasurer's Report 64 

BOYS' GUILD. 

Officers and Members 65 

Annual Report 66 

Treasurer's Report 67 

Treasurer's Report, Social Service Committee 67 

ILLUSTRATIONS. 

FACING PAGE 

New York Orthopaedic Dispensary and Hospital. 1 

A Section of the Dispensary 9 

Enjoying the Sun Out-of-Doors 15 

Manual Training and Wood- Working Shop — Country Branch 17 

A Visiting Nurse Treating a Patient in His Home 23 

View in room devoted to Corrective Gymnastics 27 

At Play _ 37 

Enjoying the Fresh Air Cure 37 

One-Old-Cat _ 37 

Marching to Improve Patients' Carriage _ 43 

Country Branch and Industrial School 45 

Cubicle in New Pavilion — Country Branch 51 

Weeding Dandelions at the Country Branch 61 

Girls Learning to Cook — Country Brancii 65 

Enjoying the Sun Indoors 67 



TRUSTEES AND OFFICERS 

OF THE 

FOR J913. 



Trustees. 



ROBERT S. BREWSTER, 
51 Wall St. 

EUGENE DELANO, 

59 Wall St. 
WILLIAM ADAMS DELANO, 
4 East 39th St. 

W. EARL DODGE, 

113 East 71st St. 

AUGUST HECKSCHER, 

576 Fifth Avenue. 

HENRY W. HOWE, 

24 Thomas St. 

De lancey k. jay, 

26 Liberty St. 

FREDERIC A. JUILLIARD, 

70 Worth St. 

GEORGE G. MASON, 

10 Wall St. 
WALTER E. MAYNARD, 
Fifth Ave. Building, Madison Square. 



DAVE H. MORRIS, 

68 Broad St. 

CHARLES A. MUNN, 

361 Broadway. 

FRANK L. POLK, 

32 Nassau St. 
GEORGE POST, 

38 Wall St. 

ALONZO POTTER, 

25 Broad St. 

PERCY R. PYNE, 

30 Pine St. 

HENRY T. SLOANE, 

575 Fifth Avenue. 

JOHN SLOANE, 

575 Fifth Avenue. 
S. B. P. TROWBRIDGE, 

527 Fifth Avenue. 

BRONSON WINTHROP, 

32 Libertv St. 



Honorary Members. 

MELVILLE BROWN, . 1889 J. FREDERIC KERNOCHAN, . 1891 



Vice-President: 



Officers. 

President: 
EUGENE DELANO, 

59 Wall St. 



HENRY T. SLOANE, 

575 Fifth Avenue. 

Treasurer: 
F. A. JUILLIARD, 

70 Worth Street. 



Secretary: 

CHARLES A. MUNN, 
361 Broadway. 

Counsel: 
BRONSON WINTHROP, 

32 Liberty Street. 



TRUSTEES' STANDING COMMITTEES. 

FOR t9J2. 



Executive Committee. 

De LANCEY K. jay, Chmrman. 
HENRY T. SLOANE, Ex-off. FREDERIC A. JUILLIARD, Ex-off. 
EUGENE DELANO, Ex-off. CHARLES A. MUNN, Ex-ofF. 

WILLIAM A. DELANO, 



Finance Committee. 

EUGENE DELANO, Ex-olf. Chairman. 
FREDERIC A. JUILLIARD, Ex-oW. BRONSON WINTHROP. 
HENRY T. SLOANE, Ex-off. PERCY R. PYNE. 



Nominating. 

CHARLES A. MUNN, Chairman. 
PERCY R. PYNE. HENRY T. SLOANE. 



Entertainment. 

WILLIAM E. MAYNARD, Chairman. 
S. B. P. TROWBRIDGE. De LANCEY K. JAY. 



Printing. 

CHARLES A. MUNN, Chairman. 
GEORGE G. MASON. ROBERT S. BREWSTER. 



Auditing. 

PERCY R. PYNE, Chairman. 
AUGUST HECKSCHER. ROBERT S. BREWSTER. 



BOARD OF SUPERVISORS FOR 1913. 

Mrs. CHARLES B. ALEXANDER. Mrs. WALTER JENNINGS. 

4 West S8th Street, 43 West 56th Street. 

Mrs. ROBERT S. BREWSTER. Mrs. J. ARCHIBALD MURRAY. 

100 East 70th Street, ,, „„^^„ t,^L?1^^^ ^^^^ Street 

Mrs. JAMES A. BURDEN, Mrs. PERCY R. PYNE 

908 Fifth Avenue, 680 Park Avenue. 

Mrs. GIFFORD A COCHRAN. Mrs. WHITELAW REID. 

12 East SSth Street. 451 Madison Avenue. 

Mrs. M. DWIGHT COLLIER. Mrs. DOUGLAS ROBINSON 

Lenox Mass. 9 East 63d Street. 

Mrs. R. FULTON CUTTING. Mrs. WILLIAM DSLOANE 

?4 Fast 67th Street 2 West 52d Street. 

Mrs. CHARLES D DICKEY • Mrs. EDWARD T H TALMAGE, 

37 East 51 St Street. 925 Park Avenue. 

Mrs. CHARLES de RHAM. Mrs. A. MURRAY YOUNG 

24 Fifth Avenue. 29 Park Avenue. 

Mrs. WILLIAM B. DINSMORE, Mrs. WALTER LSUYDAM 

11 West 49th Street 5 East 76th Street, 

Miss FRELINGHUYSEN, Mrs. JOHN HOBART WARREN, 

lis East 65th Street 520 Park Avenue. 

Miss E. S. HAMiItON. Miss CAROLINE WHITE, 

520 Park Avenue. 609 Fifth Avenue. 

I^onoracp fSltmitx». 

Mrs. E. MILBANK ANDERSON. Mrs. W. S COWLES. Mrs. JAMES T. LEAVITT. 
Mrs. WM. METCALF BLISS. Miss C. FURNISS. Mrs. WILLIAM ROBISON. 



©ffiCCM. 
President. 

Mrs. CHARLES B. ALEXANDER. 
First Vice-President. Second Vice-President. 

Mrs. A. MURRAY YOUNG. Mrs. JAMES A. BURDEN. 

Secretary, Treasurer 

Miss E. S. HAMILTON. Mrs. CHARLES de RHAM. 

24 Fifth Avenue. 



Auditing and Supplies 

Mrs. JOHN HOBART WARREN, Chairman. 

Mrs. JAMES A. BURDEN. Mrs. WILLIAM D. SLOANE. 

Linen and House Purchases. 

Mrs. WALTER L. SUYDAM. Chairman. 

Mrs. J. ARCHIBALD MURRAY. Mrs. DINSMORE. 

Free Beds. 
Mrs. DOUGLAS ROBINSON. Chairman. 
Mrs. WHITELAW REID. Mrs. A. MURRAY YOUNG. 

Miss HAMILTON. Miss FRELINGHUYSEN. 

Mrs. CHARLES DE RHAM. Mrs. PERCY R. PYNE. 

House. 
Mrs. M. DWIGHT COLLIER. Chairman. 
Mrs WALTER L. SUYDAM. Miss WHITE. 

Mrl"j ARCHIBALD MURRAY. Mrs. R. FULTON CUTTING. 

Mrs. BREWSTER. 

Entertainment. 

Mrs. C. B. ALEXANDER, Chairman. 
Miss FRELINGHUYSEN. Mrs. BREWSTER 

Mrs. JOHN HOBART WARREN. Mrs. C. D. DICKEY. 

Mrs. J. ARCHIBALD MURRAY. Mrs. DINSMORE. 

■^ Mrs. DOUGLAS ROBINSON. 

Instruction. 
Mrs. DOUGLAS ROBINSON. Chairman. ^_„„ 

Miss FRELINGHUYSEN. Mrs. C.B. ALEXANDER. 

Mrs. C. D. DICKEY. Mrs. COCHRAN. 

Conference. 
Officers and Chairman of other Standing Committees. 

ifRatron. 

Miss MARION W. PARSONS. 



MEDICAL STAFF 
FOR mi. 



Coneultinff ^taff 

Consulting Surgeons. 
B. FARQUHAR CURTIS, M. D. ROBERT ABBE, M. D. 

T. HALSTEAD MYERS, M. D. EUGENE H. POOL, M. D. 

Consulting Physicians. 
THOMAS E. SATTERTHWAITE, M.D. L. EMMET HOLT, M. D. 

ABRAHAM JACOBI, M. D. WILLIAM M. POLK, M. D. 

WILLIAM KENNICUTT DRAPER, M. D. 
Consultant on Nervous Diseases. Consultant on Aural Diseases. 

PEARCE BAILEY, M. D. EDWARD BRADFORD DENCH, M.D. 

Consulting Ophthalmologist. Consulting Dermatologist. 

FRANK NEWTON IRWIN, M. D. GEORGE HENRY FOX, M. D. 

Consulting Roentgenologist. 
EUGENE WILSON CALDWELL, M. D. 

Diepenfiarp S>taff 

Surgeon-in- Chief. 

RUSSELL A. HIBBS, M. D. 

Attending Surgeons to the Dispensary. 

HENRY J. BOGARDUS, M. D. BENJAMIN P. FARRELL, M. D. 

Assistant Surgeons. 

FREDERIC D. WILLIAMS, M. D. *ROBERT E. HUMPHRIES, M. D. 

CHARLES H. SANFORD, M. D. ARTHUR G. BRETZ, M. D. 

ROBERT C. HOWARD, M. D. ELLIOT W. LAWRANCE, M. D. 

CHARLES E. SELVAGE, M. D. 

Neurological Depeirtment 

Attending Physician. 
HELEN CORRELL LOEWENSTEIN, M. D. 
Assistant Physicians. 
LUCY OSBORN WIGHT, M. D. AUGUSTA P. SCHULTZ, M. D. 

Corrective Gymnastics 

Attending Surgeons. 
MATHILDA K. WALLIN, M. D. AUGUSTA RUCKER, M. D. 

Instructors in Gymnastics. 
Miss HARRIET WILDE. Miss JULIA VON SEDER. 

Masseuses. 
Miss EMMA E. SCHRAMPF. Miss H. T. BRACKEN. 

Visiting Nurses 

Miss ELIZABETH B. READ. Miss JESSIE MOYNIHAN. 

Miss MARY T. SIMMONS. Miss JEAN CAMPBELL. 

Miss JEAN CREELMAN. Miss HELEN W. GOULD. 



^ogpital ^taff 

Surgeon-in-Chief. 
RUSSELL A. HIBBS, M. D. 
Attending Physicians to the Hospital. 
LEWIS F. FRISSELL, M. D. GEORGE DRAPER, M. D. 

House Surgeon. Junior House Surgeon. 

♦HERBERT A. DURHAM, M. D. ROBERT A. MOORE, M. D. 

ALONZO H. MEYERS, M. D. 

Superintendent. 
CHARLES H. BURR. 
Supervisor of Nurses. Housekeeper and Dietitian. 

Miss ALICE M. GAFFNEY. Miss MARION W. PARSONS. 

Registrar. Chief Engineer and Shop Foreman. 

Miss GERTRUDE E. F. RANDOLPH. JOHN SCHUM. 

♦Studying in Europe. 



PRESIDENT'S REPORT 

To the Trustees and Supervisors of the New York Orthopaedic 
Dispensary and Hospital. 

Ladies and Gentlemen: 

I have just finished a careful reading of my report to you of 
one year ago, and lind the facts, situation and suggestions I 
would now bring to your attention for consideration and action 
are therein so fully set forth that it is unnecessary I should do 
more than emphasize in this report the main features of last 
year's report, namely : 

1. The actual, pressing and constant need of an Institution 
such as ours. 

2. The unquestioned importance and value of the work 
our Dispensary and Hospital are doing. 

3. The absolute inadequacy of the facilities we possess for 
doing this work in an efficient manner and to a sufficient extent 
to meet the increasing demands made upon us. 

4. The justice of our appealing to the charitable public for the 
necessary accommodations for our work and for a larger income 
to carry it on. 

The appeal then made for $1,000,000 has been most generously- 
responded to; $545,000 of the $1,000,000 being subscribed, leav- 
ing $455,000 still to be secured, and it is this latter amount we 
now seek. 

A site for the new dispensary and hospital has been purchased, 
architect's plans are in preparation, and the construction of the 
building will be begun in the early Spring, or as soon as the 
remaining sum of $455,000 has been obtained. Meanwhile, the 
demand for greater facilities is most urgent. The growth of 
the work in both Dispensary and Hospital during the past ten 
years, as shown in the Superintendent's report, is simply mar- 
velous, and no better plea for the money we still require could 
possibly be presented. 

The financial situation of the Dispensary and Hospital for the 
past year shows an improvement. Instead of an excess of 



Expenditures over Receipts of $8,452.65, as in the previous year, 
the Receipts show an excess over Expenditures of $3,589.17, 
notwithstanding the fact that the Expenditures were greater. 
This favorable and fortunate result was due to several causes, — 
notably to an increase of interest on investments; increased re- 
turns for the use of apparatus; a necessary increase of dona- 
tions to provide for the deficit of 1912, which was special and 
large, and the very considerable sum of $4,000 realized from 
an entertainment given by the Board of Supervisors. 

We ask for the various and interesting reports, from which 
these facts are gathered, your careful perusal, and your appre- 
ciation of the efficiency, labor and faithfulness made evident 
by them. 

Our special thanks are due to those who have so generously 
contributed to the Building and Endowment Fund, and to the 
Committee of the Trustees who have given so much of their time 
and thought to securing a suitable site and building, and to the 
Board of Supervisors for their constant interest in all that 
contributes to the true welfare of the work. To none more, 
however, than to our able and devoted Surgeon-in-Chief, Dr. 
Hibbs, and to his Assistants on the Surgical and Medical Staff, 
and to our House Staff, are our thanks and appreciation due. 

Let us now endeavor to complete with all proper speed the 
enterprise we have entered upon, and which promises so much 
for those on whose behalf our efforts are put forth. 

The Country Branch and Industrial School is of increasing 
value to the work of the City Dispensary and Hospital. Miss 
Watson, our Surgeon-in-Chief, and the Superintendent give us 
so fully in their reports the details of the work of this Branch 
and School, that I need not do more than call your attention to 
the information they provide. The increasing recognition of the 
value and success of the Country Branch and Industrial School 
must be extremely gratifying to the donor, who has provided 
both the buildings and the endowment for this department of 
our work. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Eugene Delano, 

President. 
December 17th, 1913. 

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SUPERVISORS' REPORT 

To the Trustees of the New York Orthopaedic 
Dispensary and Hospital. 

Gentlemen : 

We have the honor to present to you the report of the Board 
of Supervisors for the past year, and in so doing, we wish to 
thank your Board, our auxiHary societies, the benefactors of 
our Institution, and our kind friends among the public for the 
support and assistance which has enabled us to carry on our 
work. Our Institution has reached a period where only by the 
closest co-operation among all interested in it can the demands 
upon it be met, and for the share of such co-operation it has 
been our good fortune to receive, we are deeply grateful and 
desire to express our warm appreciation. 

Our auxiliary societies, the Orthopaedic Guild, the Orthopaedic 
Hospital Sewing Society, the Junior Guild and the Boys' Guild, 
have, as in the past, been of incalculable assistance to us. It 
would be impossible to enumerate all the instances wherein they 
have aided us, even their detailed reports in our Year Book 
could not do so, but we can at least mention the more prominent 
occasions of our debt to them. 

The Orthopaedic Guild has supported three beds, has pro- 
vided linen and clothing for one ward, and taken especial charge 
of its welfare, visiting the patients and giving time and money 
to provide them with extra comforts of all kinds. 

The Orthopaedic Hospital Sewing Society has provided all 
the household linen for the Institution, with the exception of 
the Guild's ward, given donations of blankets, curtains, and sup- 
ported a free bed. A comparison of the supply given in the last 
few years will show the enormous increase which has become 
necessary, and what a great debt we owe this society for re- 
lieving the Hospital of such an expense. 

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The Junior Guild has furnished clothes for one Girl's Ward, 
supported a Free Bed, and has given $100 to the Endowment 
Fund, $300 to the Building Fund and $130 to our Special Funds. 

The Boys' Guild, now known as the Social Service Committee, 
decided to maintain a much needed Visiting Nurse, most gen- 
erously contributing her salary, and clothes from time to time 
for some of the Dispensary patients. 

The Visiting Nurses have become indispensable adjuncts to 
the success of the work of our Hospital, as well as to the Dis- 
pensary. They follow the cases when dismissed, watching that 
the Surgeon's orders are obeyed, and also keep in touch with the 
various Relief Societies that aid may be given when destitution 
exists among the families of patients. We have been so for- 
tunate as to have two more added to our list during the past 
year, and they were urgently needed, one by the Boys' Guild and 
another recently by Mrs. Lewis Cass Ledyard. To the generosity 
of four ladies, three of them members of our Board, Mrs. White- 
law Reid, Mrs. A. Murray Young, Mrs. W. D. Sloane and Mrs. 
Frederick W. Vanderbilt, the salaries of the four who have been 
for some years in the service of the Institution are due. There 
is no branch of our work of more value. 

The Gymnasium and very important massage treatment, both 
of which we also owe to private subscription, have been con- 
tinued, and we gratefully acknowledge our debt to Mr. Frick, 
Mr. Chisolm and Miss White, whose generosity has provided 
the necessary fund. 

It is with great pride that we report that some of the patients 
returned to the public school ahead of their classes. Our school 
is necessarily conducted under disadvantageous conditions, and 
to have obtained such a result is a testimony to the teaching, to 
the diligence of the pupils, to the utility of this branch of our 
work which speaks for itself, and we trust that the support which 
has been so generously given, and upon which it is enitrely 
dependent, will not only be continued, but that the circle of our 
school's friends will be increased on learning of it. 

Our other Special Funds to which we beg to call attention are 
the Ice Cream, Fruit and Vegetable Funds. They give the 
patients simple luxuries which are of benefit to them and reduce 

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the cost of our housekeeping, especially in the case of the Vege- 
table Fund. Gifts of fresh vegetables during the summer are 
earnestly solicited from the gardens of our friends who live near 
the city, and barrels of potatoes, vegetables and apples are most 
welcome at all times, as well as subscriptions to the Fund. 

Our Driving Fund has been abandoned, as for some years past 
the Crippled Children's Driving Fund has undertaken to fill this 
need, for which we are most grateful. 

At Christmas, as usual, all united in their efforts to bring as 
much pleasure and happiness to the Hospital as possible. Mrs. 
Sloane gave her accustomed gift to each child, the different 
Guilds supplied the stockings, Miss de Forest, presents for the 
employees, Mrs. Dickey, ice cream for the Christmas dinner, and 
Mrs. Young and Mrs. Brewster the beautiful trees. We quote 
the report of the Superintendent for further details: 

"The Christmas exercises were a great success. There were 
three trees, one in each ward, and one in the Dispensary. 
Children from the Musical Settlement furnished instrumental 
music and choir boys from the Church of the Heavenly Rest 
sang carols in the Dispensary and wards. A large number of 
unexpected gifts came to us the day before Christmas, so that 
each child was well supplied. Another year, I believe we could 
have a larger number of Dispensary children attend these exer- 
cises. Many of them had had no other Christmas gift than that 
provided by the Hospital." 

The Entertainment Committee gave a most successful concert 
at which Mademoiselle Bori and Signor Amato sang and Erdodi 
was the violinist. The proceeds amounted to $4,000 and our 
warm thanks are due the Chairman, Mrs. Alexander, and her 
Committee. Many handsome donations were given us in connec- 
tion with the concert, owing to attention being called to our need, 
and we cannot too gratefully express our appreciation. 

The past year has been a momentous one in the history of 
our Institution as, owing to the impulse given by the generous 
donations to the Building Fund for the new hospital, a determined 
effort has been made to raise the necessary amount for its com- 
pletion, and the response to our appeals has been of such a 
nature that we are greatly encouraged. We trust that another 
year will see the new building far advanced, and that in the 

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future, with greater facilities, we will so extend the field of 
our work our benefactors will feel that we have justified the 
confidence they have shown us. 

We shall welcome the larger opportunity for service, knowing 
as we do the increasing need of just such help as we can give, 
realizing as we also do what the lack of it entails, the suffering, 
the misery, the poverty, — and we appeal again, as we have done 
in I last years, to all who love children to help us save more of them 
from the cruel fate to which they are condemned, if not cared 
for while it is yet time. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Elizabeth Stewart Hamilton, 

Secretary. 



14 



SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT 

To the Trustees of the Nezv York Orthopaedic 
Dispensary and Hospital. 

Gentlemen : 

I have the honor to present herewith a brief report of the 
work of our Dispensary, Hospital and Country Branch. 

Throughout the year an effort has been made to keep the cost 
of repairs of our City Hospital at the lowest figure possible con- 
sistent with safety. This has been done with the view of spending 
no more on our old hospital building than was necessary. The 
operating expenses of the Hospital and Dispensary increased this 
year $2,074.07. This is due to an increase of thirteen per cent 
in new patients in dispensary and an increase of thirteen per 
cent in the number of visits made to the Dispensary by patients. 
The per capita cost per day in the Hospital was $1.53, an increase 
of seven cents over last year when substantially the same service 
was rendered as in the year just closed. This per capita cost per 
day is one of the lowest of any of the hospitals reporting to the 
Hospital Saturday and Sunday Association. 

It may be of interest to note in the following table the immense 
increase in the Dispensary and Hospital work during the past 
ten years, a period during which this organization has been doing 
a complete work for the treatment of Orthopaedic conditions : 



Dispensary — 1903 

Number New Patients 1,342 

Number Cases Treated 3,879 

Number Visits to Dispensary. . 22,385 

Visits to Homes by Nurses. . . . 2,982 

Hospital — 

Number Patients Treated 213 

Number of Operations 180 

Current Expenses $39,501.44 

15 



Per Cent 


1913 Increase 


2,506 


87 


7,490 


93 


30,366 


36 


11,022 


269 


444 


110 


510 


183 


$62,656.99 


58 



When one considers that the work indicated by the above in- 
creases has all been accomplished under the same conditions and 
in the same building that it was ten years ago, one can \ery well 
understand the present need of an early solution of our housing 
problem. 

A careful study of the distribution of our out-patients reveals 
the fact that our Dispensar}^ renders service not only in Greater 
New York but in all of the nearby states. The distribution in 
Greater Xew York is surprisingly uniform and shows con- 
clusively that the headquarters of our out-patient work should 
be located near the principal lines of transportation in the central 
part of ■Manhattan. 

W'e are deeply indebted to many societies and organizations 
which have most effectively co-operated with us during the year. 
The Seaside Home for Crippled Children at Averne, L. I., the 
Country Home for Crippled Children at Westfield, X. ]., and the 
Rest-A-While Home for Helpless Crippled Children at Sheeps- 
head Bay, L L, cared for one hundred Dispensary patients during 
the summer months. The Childrens' Aid Society, the Charity 
Organization Society, Association for Improving the Conditions 
of the Poor, the Association for the Aid of Crippled Children, 
the Darrach Home for Crippled Children, the Crippled Children's 
Driving Fund Association, Baby's Pure Milk and Health Stations, 
St. John's Guild, Xew Dorp, S. L, and the Parks and Playgrounds 
Association have all rendered valuable aid in their several fields 
of activity. For all of this ser\-ice we wish to express our grate- 
ful appreciation. 

COUXTRY BR.\XCH. 

The problems of the Country Branch remain about as they 
were at the close of the last fiscal year. Xo new work of import- 
ance has been done during the year with the exception of the 

installation of a laundry dryer w^hich w-as donated by Miss Emily 
A. Watson. 

Owing, however, to the more acute conditions of the children 
in the hospital the cost of medical and food supplies has been 
greatly increased, thereby causing us this year to increase our 
per capita cost to one dollar and seventy-three cents ($1.73) 
per day. When it is considered that this figure covers not 

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only medical and surgical treatment, but the education of such 
children as are able to attend school, the figure is not high. Three 
teachers are now employed who give their full time to instruction 
and it is of interest to note that very few children who are dis- 
charged from the hospital find that there has been any loss in 
their education owing to their residence here. 

The hospital was honored in November in having as its guest 
the Westchester County Medical Society, which held its annual 
meeting here. At this meeting our Surgeon-in-Chief , Dr. Hibbs, 
presented a paper on "The Operative Treatment of Hunchback," 
illustrated by lantern slides. X-rays and a large number of pa- 
tients cured by this method of treatment. 

We are deeply indebted to many friends who have shown con- 
tinued and increased interest in our work and who have made 
the lives of the children brighter and happier because of it. We 
also appreciate the devoted loyalty that is shown by Miss Watson 
at all times both for the welfare of the children and the comfort 
and pleasure of the staff. Her intimate knowledge of the work 
renders her counsel and advice most valuable to us all. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Charles H. Burr, 

Superintendent. 



17 



REPORT OF SURGEON-IN-CHIEF 

To the Trustees of the New York Orthopaedic 
Dispensary and Hospital. 

Gentlemen : 

During the year ending September 30, 1913, 7,490 patients were 
treated in the Dispensary. Of this number, 2,506 were new cases 
and the remainder those continued from last year, which is an 
increase of 1,073. 

Of this number 1,446 had joint tuberculosis; 608 non-tuber- 
cular deformities of the spine; 1,875 deformities of the feet; 514 
bow-leg or knock-knee; 1,754 paralytic deformities, and the 
remaining number were suffering from a great variety of deform- 
ing diseases, the details of which appear in Table Xo. 1. 

Table No. 2 gives the details of the results of treatment and 
shows that 336 were discharged cured and 621 relieved, making a 
total of 957 returned to a condition of health where they re- 
quired no further surgical care. Two were discharged for 
neglect, 5 as incurable;, .44 died, and 749 received no treatment 
after the first visit and discharged as not treated, and 5,733 were 
continued for further treatment. 

The details of this work in the care of these patients in the 
Dispensary is shown in Table No. 3. 

The total number of visits to the Dispensary was 30,366, the 
number of visits made by nurses to patients at their homes was 
11,022, and by surgeons to patients outside the institution 4,368, 
making a total of 45,756. 

It is this table that shows the amount of care that has been 
given to patients both in the institution and out of it. 

Brace Shop : — The number of new instruments made in the 
shop was 2,425. The number repaired 6,415. The amount 
charged for apparatus was $8,205.50, and the amount collected 
from the patients was $6,680.33. This item is always of partic- 

18 



ular interest as it is a contribution made by the patients them- 
selves to the institution. Table No. 4 gives the details of this 
work. 

City Hospital : — There were 64 patients in the wards on Octo- 
ber 1, 1912, and during the year 380 have been admitted, making 
a total of 444 patients Two died and Z7^ were discharged, leav- 
ing 66 on October 1, 1913. The total number of free days care 
of patients was 21,381, and the number of days of care paid for 
by the patients was 969, making a total of 22,350. 

The average number of patients per day in the wards was 61.2. 
Please see Table No. 5 for details. 

Table No. 6 is the operative table 309 patients were operated 
upon, and 510 operations were performed. 

The operative work was very seriously interfered with, in fact 
all the Hospital work was, in the spring, on account of an out- 
break of measles in the wards. 

Country Branch : — The number of patients in this Hospital on 
October 1, 1912, was 96. Thirty-eight were admitted during the 
year, 26 discharged cured and 3 died, leaving 100 on October 1, 
1913. 

The total number of days of free care was 33,839, and the 
number of days of care paid for by the patients was 2,060, making 
a total of 35,899. 

The small work done here, as last year, is due to the fact, as 
you already know, that we have no money. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Russell A. Hibbs, M. D., 

Surgeon-in-Chiej. 



19 



TABLE No. I. 
Summary of New and Continv^d Cases received from October 1, 1912. 



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Hip-Joint Disease 

Ankle-.Joint Disease 

Knee-Joint " 

Wrist-Joint " 

Elbow-Joint " 

Shoulder- Joint " 

Multiple-Joint " 

Tarsal Disease 

Sacro ILLac Disease 

Lateral Curvature Spine. . . . 

Torticollis 

Round Shoulders 

Club-Foot 

Fiat-Foot 

Muscle-Bound Feet 

Weak Ankles 

Knock-Knees 

Bow-Legs 

Infantile Paralysis 

Other Paralyses 

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Hip-Joint J 

Coxa Vara 

Traumatic Joint Affections. 

Fracture Deformities 

Traiimatic Dislocations. . . . 
Rheumatoid Jt. Affections. . 

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Knee-Joint J .. . . 

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Absence of Bones ) .... 

Osteitis 

Exostosis 

Bursitis 

Rachitic Deformities 

Deformities of the Toes. . . . 

Hemophiliac Joint 

Delayed Development 

Periostitis 

Osteomyelitis 

MisceUaneous 



11 16 31 13 2 
6 10 35 22 11 

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1 



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46 32 

614 8 

100 . . 

17 7 5 4 

54 14 25 11 

105 60 36 7 
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4 

2 

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29 13 



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1 
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4 

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77 10 4 4 
10' 2 3 2 
41 3 4 5 
84 9 7 4 

243i 64 36; 18 
67 25 10 7 



20 



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175 



1785 



331 



12 



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47 
142 
5 
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2 

10 
6 

348 
12 
79 

153 



14 863 
5 46 
36 
122 
233 



1 
1 

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6 191 
2 



621 
542 

58 

168 

9 

6 

13 

3 

10 

16 

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19 

115 

199 

1477 

146 

53 

176 

338 

1448 

306 

2 



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50 130 

11 16 



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52 
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TABLE No. II. 
Showing Results of Treatment. 



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Anlile- Joint Disease. 

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Wrist^Joint Disease 

Elbow- Joint Disease 

Shoulder- Joint Disease 

Multiple- Joint Disease 

Tarsal Disease 

Sacro Iliac Disease 

Lateral Curvature Spine 

Torticollis 

Round Shoulders 

Club-Foot 

Fiat-Foot 

Muscle-Bound Feet 

Weak Ankles 

Knock-Knees 

Bow-Legs 

Infantile Paralysis 

Other Paralyses 

Lateral Sclerosis 

Congenital Disloc. Hip-Joint. 

Coxa Vara 

Traumatic Joint Affections. . , 

Fracture Deformities , 

Traumatic Dislocations 

Rheumatoid Joint Affections 

Spondylohthesis 

Internal Derangement 1 

Knee Joint j . . . 

Congenital Defect and T 

Absence of Bones / . . . , 

Osteitis 

Exostosis , 

Bursitis 

Rachitic Deformities 

Deformities of the Toes 

Hemophiliac Joint 

Delayed Development 

Periostitis 

Osteomyehtis 

Miscellaneous 

Totals 



621 

542 

58 

168 



13 

3 

10 

16 

493 

19 

115 

199 

1,477 

146 

53 

176 

338 

1,448 

306 

2 

142 

9 

198 

130 

16 

68 

2 

28 

52 

16 

9 

21 

97 

49 

6 

16 

17 

16 

380 



7,490 



13 

17 

1 



2 
'6 

"4 

6 

67 

4 

8 

17 

29 

7 

1 



38 

39 

3 

3 

1 



2 

1 

29 



28 

25 

4 

6 



1 
2 

2 

37 

4 

4 

11 

159 

17 

4 
26 
15 
89 
35 

9 
1 
23 
21 
2 
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2 

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6 

16 

5 



2 
52 



336 



621 



23 

26 

3 

7 



2 

21 

3 



101 

27 

10 

35 

43 

133 

52 

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3 

1 

25 

11 

2 

20 

1 



2 
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2 
1 
26 
10 

3 

3 

2 

128 



749 



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TABLE No. III. 

Visits made to Dispensary and Homes. 



1912 
October .... 
November . . 
December . . 

1913 
January .... 
February . . . 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August .... 
September.. 

Totals . 



New 
Cases 



2,506 



Revisits 



216 


2,690 


420 


181 


2,308 


336 


136 


2,209 


336 


186 


2,405 


420 


164 


2,081 


336 


243 


2,759 


420 


234 


2,703 


336 


269 


2,798 


336 


240 


2,782 


336 


228 


1,661 


336 


218 


1,378 


420 


191 


2,086 


336 



27,860 



Visits made 
by Surgeons 
Outside the 
Institution 



4,368 



Visits 

made to 

Residences 

by Nurses 



11,022 



Total 

Number of 

Visits 



831 


4,157 


804 


3,629 


730 


3,411 


823 


3,834 


798 


3,379 


908 


4,330 


1,127 


4,400 


1,216 


4,619 


1,156 


4,514 


1,082 


3,307 


708 


2,724 


839 


3,452 



45,756 



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TABLE No. IV 
Instrument Report. 



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November . . 

December. . 

1913 

January. . . . 

February . . . 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September . . 

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115 
196 
182 
184 
156 
148 
128 
109 
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119 
175 
255 
246 
259 
236 
204 
205 
190 
2,425 



493 

482 
438 

491 
408 
573 
604 
668 
648 
562 
485 
563 
6,415 



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510.00 
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725.50 
766,50 
708.00 
647.50 
744.50 
616.00 
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513.35 
610.20 
725.30 
652.55 
571.50 
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TABLE No. VI. 

Report of Operations for Year from October \st, 1912, to September SOth, 1913, 

inclusive. 





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Congenital Dislocation of ( 

Hip, Reduction of ... . ( 
Congenital Dislocation of \ 

BUp, Manipulation of . . j 
Reduction of Dislocated \ 

Shoulder J 

Fiat-Foot Stretching 

Stretching Thigh Flexors . . . 
Stretching of Calf Muscles . 
Osteoclasis for Correction 1 

Of Bow Legs J 

Open Operations 

Abscesses Opened 

Alcohol Injection of Nerves ) 
in Spastic Paralysis . . . . ) 

Amputation of Leg 

Arthrodesis, Foot .• 


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38 


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1 
2 

2 

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3 

2 
4 

4 

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2 
1 

46 


6 
39 

23 

4 

1 

17 

2 

7 

24 

9 

9 

1 
17 


' ' Knee 

Astraglectomy 

Bone Grafting to Head of 1 

Femur J 

Bone Grafting into Radius . 
Removal of Bone Plates . . . 

" " Bunion 

Enucliation of Cuboid Bone 
Bone Excision for Hallux \ 

Valgus J 

Exploratory Laparotomy. . . 
Exploratory Operation on ) 

Right Tibia J 

Removal of Exostosis 

Bone Excision for Osteo- I 

mylitis ( 

Fasciotomies for Torticolis . 
Fasciotomies for Plantar \ 

Fascae j 

Nerve Suturing 

Osteotomies, sub Trochan- \ 

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Osteotomies for Correction 1 

of Bow Legs f 

Osteotomies for Correction 1 

of Knock Knee ( 

Osteotomies for Correction j 

of Antiversion of Neck > 

of Femur J 


7 

1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
2 

17 
2 

1 
3 

1 
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22 

1 

3 
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Tenotomies 


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SUBSCRIPTIONS TO THE ENDOWMENT FUND. 



James K. Grade $ 


5,000 00 




J. Pierpont Morgan... 


2,500 00 




D. Willis James 


350 00 




Board of Supervisors.. 


2,500 00 




Mrs. R. Fulton Cutting 


2,600 00 




Mrs. C. P. Huntington 


4,000 00 




Miss Amy Phipps 


5,000 00 




Henry Phipps 


7,000 00 




Douglas Robinson 


750 00 




Miss Spence's School 






Society 


10 00 




Mrs. Marion Story 


4,500 00 




"A Friend" through 






Mrs. Story 


200 00 




Mrs. F. F. Thompson. 


1,000 00 




Charles B.Alexander.. 


100 00 




Mrs. C. B. Alexander. 


25,250 00 




Boys' Guild 


800 00 




Mrs. M. Dwight Collier 


100 00 




Wm. E. Dodge 


1,000 00 




Mrs. Howland 


150 00 




Morris K. Jesup 


500 00 




Augustus D. Juilliard. 


500 00 




D. 0. Mills 


500 00 




Mrs. J. Archibald Mur- 






ray 


75 00 




Mrs. Whitelaw Reid.. 


100 00 




Mrs. Douglas Robin- 






son, Jr 


1,450 00 




Mrs. Wm. D. Sloane.. 


4,150 00 




David Willcox 


450 00 




Albert Willcox 


100 00 




Miss Kennedy 


200 00 




Henry T. Sloane 


250 00 




Miss Helen R. Roose- 






velt 


250 00 




Mrs. Jos. M. White... 


1,000 00 




"Anonymous" (through 






Mr. Munn) 


100 00 




"A Friend" 


103 00 




Bedell & Co 


1 00 




Mrs. Charles de Rham, 






Jr 


100 00 




Total Receipts to 


October 1, 1913 




2' 


I 



Junior Guild 

Mrs. S. V. Harkness 
and E. S. Harkness. 

McGibbon & Co 

V. J. Caso & Bro 

T. O. Smith Sons 

"Nemo" 

Mrs. Edward A. Smith 

Miss Emily A. Watson 

R. Fulton Cutting 

George Crocker 

James K. Gracie (Es- 
tate) 

Hugh D. Auchincloss.. 

J. D. Bartholomevi^ 

Mrs. Simon Borg 

Ambrose, K. Ely 

Endowment Guild 

Mrs. Leslie Morgan's 
School for Girls 

Mrs. Geo. W. Forsyth 

Miss E. S. Hamilton.. 

Miss Caroline de For- 
est 

Mrs. Fred. W. Vander- 
bilt 

H. J. Duveen 

Charles T. Barney.... 

"A Friend" through 
Mrs. Douglas Robin- 
son 

Mrs. Russell Sage 

Legacy of Zela Gibbes 

Legacy of James Henry 
Smith 

August Hecksher 

Estate of Maria C. 
Watson 

Legacy of John S. Ken- 
nedy 

Mrs. Sophie L. Duer in 
memory of Beverly 
Chew Duer 



1.450 00 

1,000 00 

150 00 

20 00 

60 00 

15 00 

1,100 00 

3,000 00 

10,000 00 

5,000 00 

25,000 00 

250 00 

25 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

1,860 03 

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250 00 

1,500 00 

100 00 

2,000 00 

500 00 

5,000 00 



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4,450 00 

25,000 00 

100,000 00 
10,000 00 

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SUBSCRIPTIONS. 

October 1st, 1912, to September 30th, 1913. 






Achelis, Fritz $25 00 

Achelis, John 10 00 

Adams, Mrs. E. D 10 00 

Aldrich, Mrs. J. H 5 00 

Aldrich, Wm. P 5 00 

Alexander, Mrs. Chas. B., 

2 Free Beds 500 00 

Alexander, Mrs. H. A 10 00 

Alexandre, Mrs. John E.. . 5 00 

Anonymous 25 00 

Arnold, Edward W. C. . . . 10 00 

Asiel, E 25 00 

Atterbury, Mrs. John T. . . 10 00 

Auchincloss, Mrs. E. T.. . . 20 00 

Auchincloss, Mrs. H. D... 10 00 

Auchmuty, Mrs. R. T 50 00 

Avery, Samuel P 10 00 

Bacon, Mrs. F. McN., Jr. . 5 00 

Bailey, Dr. Pearce 25 00 

Balfour, Williamson & Co. 25 00 

Ballentine, Mrs. Robert.. . . 50 00 

Bamberg, Benedictus 5 00 

Banks, Lenox 10 00 

Barbour, Wm 5 00 

Barnes, Mrs. H. B 5 00 

Barnes, Mrs. Mary C 10 00 

Bayn, Henry 3 00 

Bechstein, A. E 25 00 

Belloni, Mrs. L. J 10 00 

Benjamin, Eugene S 10 00 

Benjamin, Mrs. John 5 00 

Benjamin, M. W 5 00 

Bernheim, Henry 10 00 

Billings, Frederick 20 00 

Bingham, Theo. A 10 00 

Bishop, Miss M. P 10 00 

Blagden, Mrs. George 25 00 

Blagden, Mrs. Thos 5 00 

Blum, E. C 10 00 

Bodenheimer, Henry 5 00 

Bowler, Robt. P 10 00 

Boyd, F. O., & Co 2 00 

Bradford, Anna S 10 00 

Bradley, Mrs. Edson 10 00 

Brand, Herman 5 00 

Bramwell, E. P 5 00 

Brewster, Mrs. Robert S. . 50 00 
Brewster, Mr. and Mrs. 

Robert S., Free Bed.... 250 00 

Brown, Miss Stewart 5 00 

Burden, Mrs. J. A 10 00 



Burden, Mrs. J. A., Free 

Bed 250 00 

Byrne, Mrs. Helen Mac- 

Gregor 10 00 

Caiman, Mrs. Emil 5 00 

Caiman, Henry L 10 00 

Carhart, Mrs. Amory S. . . 10 00 

Carnegie, Mrs. Andrew... 500 00 

Cash 10 00 

Children's Fund, Free Bed. 250 00 

Chapin, Miss Maria B 20 00 

Clarkson, Catharine G 20 00 

Clyde, Mrs. Geo. W 10 00 

Clyde, William P 250 00 

Cohen, Sollis 5 00 

Cohn, Mrs. A 5 00 

Cochrane, Mrs. Gifford A. 100 00 

Collier, Mrs. M. Dwight. . 20 00 

Colgate, William 50 00 

CoUord, Geo. W 25 00 

Colt, Harris D., Jr 5 00 

Cowles, Mrs. Wm. S 10 00 

Cowles, Mrs. Wm. S., Vz 

Free Bed 83 33 

Cravath, Mrs. Paul D 10 00 

Crocker, W. T 25 00 

Cutting, Mrs. R. Fulton, 

Free Bed 250 00 

Cutting, Mrs. W. Bayard.. 100 00 

Darcy Lodge No. 187, F. 

& A. M 5 00 

Davis, Mark 5 00 

de Boer, Mrs. Jane Hunt.. 3 00 

Decker, Charles A 10 00 

de Coppet, Edward J 10 00 

de Forest, Miss C 10 00 

Delafield, M. L 5 00 

DeKlyn, B. F 10 00 

Delphos Club, Free Bed... 250 00 

de Rham, Charles 25 00 

de Rham, Mrs. Charles. . . . 25 00 

de Rham, H. Casimir 25 00 

deRham, Mrs. H. C 10 00 

Dickey, Mrs. Charles D. . . 25 00 

Dilworthy, Mrs. Jos. R... IS 00 

Dimock, Mrs. Henry F... 25 00 

Dinsmore, Mrs. Wm. B. . . 50 00 

Dodge, Mrs. A. M 25 00 

Dodge, Cleveland H 100 00 

Dominick, Mrs. W. G 10 00 

Douglass, James 100 00 



30 



Douglass, Mrs. Wm. p.... 10 00 

Dows, Mrs. David 10 00 

Draper, Mrs. Wm. P 10 00 

Drexel, Mrs. John R 25 00 

Dreyfus, Mrs. Ludwig 10 00 

Duane, Mrs. James May.. 10 00 

DuBois, Mrs. Eugene 5 00 

Duer, Mrs. J. B 25 00 

Eagle, C. H 2 00 

East Side Settlement House 2 00 

Eddy, Geo. Simpson 25 00 

Edgar, Mrs. Newbold 10 00 

Eidlitz, R. J 20 00 

Eisenmann, G. F 5 00 

Ellis, Ralph 12 00 

Ely, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. 20 00 

Fahnestock, H. C 10 00 

Fairchild, Mrs. C. S 10 00 

Feary, Mrs. M. L 5 00 

Felsenthal, Julius 5 00 

Field, Mrs. Wm. B. Osgood 100 00 

Field, Mrs. W. H.. 10 00 

Fischel, Harry 5 00 

Fleischmann, Mrs. Louis. . 5 00 

Flisser, Herman E 8 00 

Flook, Mrs. A. M 2 00 

Floyd-Jones, Edw. H 25 00 

Floyd-Jones, Wm. C, Vi 

Free Bed 125 00 

Ford, James B 100 00 

Eraser. Miss Jane K 10 00 

Frelinghuysen, Miss C. L. 100 00 

Frelinghuysen, Mrs. Geo. G. 10 00 
Frelinghuysen, Mrs. P. H. 

B 10 00 

Frothingham, John W 25 00 

Furniss, Miss C 10 00 

Gallatin, Albert E 10 00 

Gerrish, Mrs. Frank S. . . . 10 00 

Glatz, Charles 10 00 

Goldberg, Meyer 3 00 

Goodman, A 5 00 

Gould, George J., Free Bed 250 00 

Graves, Mrs. V. R 5 00 

Greenhut, Mrs. Joseph B. . 25 00 

Griffin, Mrs. F. B 50 00 

Guinzburg, Mrs. Victor... 5 00 

Gurnee, Aug. C 50 00 

Hadden, Mrs. H. F 10 00 

Hadden, Mrs. J. E. Smith. 10 00 

Haggin, Mrs. J. B 50 00 

Hall, Harold H 5 00 

Hamersley, Mr. and Miss. 20 00 

Hamilton, Miss E. S 10 00 

Hamilton, Miss E. S., Free 

Bed 250 00 

Hamilton, Mrs. Wm. P.. . 25 00 



Hammond, Mrs. John H.. 25 00 

Harkness, Mrs. C. W 100 00 

Harkness, Edw. S 75 00 

Harkness, Mrs. S. V; 100 00 

Harkness, Mrs. W. L 50 00 

Hare, J. Montgomery 10 00 

Harriman, Mrs. E. H 25 00 

Haskill, J, A 3 00 

Hastings, Mrs. Thomas... 10 00 

Hathaway, Charles 25 00 

Havemeyer, Doris E 10 00 

Havemeyer, Mrs. H. O... 10 00 

Hecht, Samuel 5 00 

Heide, Henry 10 00 

Heidgard, J. H 10 00 

Herrman, Ferd 10 00 

Herrmann, Arnold 5 00 

Herman, Julius 5 00 

Hewitt, Mrs. Charles B... 10 00 
Hibbard, Mr. and Mrs. 

John B 2 00 

Hoe, Mrs. R. M 15 00 

Hoffman, F. Burrall 10 00 

Holmes, E. T 10 00 

Hopkins, Mrs. Moses 10 00 

Howland, Mrs. H. E 40 00 

Hunt, Miss E.D 10 00 

Hyde, Mrs. Henry B., Free 

Bed 250 00 

Ide, George E 10 00 

Ikelheimer, Mrs. Ida 5 00 

Isaacs, 1 5 00 

Iselin, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. 10 00 

Jackson, Thos. F 10 00 

Jackson, Mrs. Wm. H.... 10 00 

Jacques, Mrs. Eliz. H 10 00 

Jenkins, A. B 25 00 

Jennings, Mrs. Oliver G. . . 100 00 

Jennings, Mrs. Walter 10 00 

Jesup, Mrs. M. K 10 00 

Johnson, James W 25 00 

Jones, Dwight A 10 00 

Junior Guild, Free Bed... 250 00 

Kaufman, Louis 5 00 

Kaufman, Mrs. J 3 00 

Kane, Mrs. John Innes... 10 00 

Kelsey, Clarence H 25 00 

Kennedy, Mrs. J. S 10 00 

Keppelmann, Ad 5 00 

Kingsland, Mrs 10 00 

Kingsley, William 25 00 

Kissel, Mrs. G. E 10 00 

Klaber, James 10 00 

Kneeland, Miss Adele 20 00 

Kohn, Mrs. Theo. A 5 00 

Kohnstamm, Leo, Edw. 

and Jos 10 00 



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Koplik, Charles M 5 00 

Kraus, Minnie 5 00 

Kraus, Samuel 10 00 

Kursheedt, Roland S 10 00 

Lambert, Aug. V 5 00 

Langeloth, J 10 00 

Langsdorf, Sig 1 00 

Lawrence, John B 10 00 

Lawton, Mrs. R. K 5 00 

Leavitt, Mrs. James T., 

Free Bed 250 00 

Leffingwell, R. C 10 00 

Levy, Ephraim B 5 00 

Levy, Samuel H 5 00 

Lewengood, Abe 10 00 

Lewisohn, Adolph 10 00 

Liebmann, Mrs. Adolph. . . 3 00 

Lincoln, Mrs. Lowell 5 00 

Loeb, James 100 00 

Loewenstein, Herman 25 00 

London, Lewis A 5 00 

London, Neuman 10 00 

Lord, Mrs. Geo. de Forest 10 00 

Lovell, Mrs. F. H., Jr.... 100 00 

Low, Seth 10 00 

Ludlow. E. L 10 00 

Lusk, Wm. C 5 00 

McAlpin, Geo. L 10 00 

McCullough, Mrs. J. G... 10 00 

McCurdy, Miss C. G 5 00 

McDowell, Mrs. E. Masters 5 00 

McHarg, Henry K 250 00 

McKim, Rev. Haslett 10 00 

McKim, John A 20 00 

McKim, Leroy 10 00 

MacMartin, Malcolm 10 00 

Mackay, Clarence H 250 00 

Mackay, Mrs. John W. . . . 250 00 

Martin, Wm. V 5 00 

May, Frank W 10 00 

Maynard, Walter E 100 00 

Meinhard, Morton H 5 00 

Menline, E 5 00 

Meyer, S. H 10 00 

Mills, Ogden 250 00 

Minford, Agnes E 5 00 

Minturn, Mrs. J. W 10 00 

Minturn, Mrs. R. S., 1/5 

Free Bed 50 00 

Mitchell, Mrs. J. Murray.. 10 00 

Morgan, Mrs. E. D 25 00 

Morgan, Mrs. J. Pierpont. 10 00 

Morgan, Wm. Fellowes.., 10 00 

Morgan's Sons Co., E 10 00 

Morawetz, Victor 50 00 

Moringstar, James 10 00 

Mortimer, Mr. and Mrs. 

Stanley, Free Bed 250 00 



Mott, Wm. F 25 00 

Munger, Charles A 5 00 

Munger, H. R 25 00 

Munn, Charles A 75 00 

Munroe, Mrs. H. W 10 00 

Murray, Mrs. J. Archibald 20 00 

Myers, E. L 5 00 

Myers, M. A 5 00 

Neilsen, Mrs. Frederic 10 00 

Nichols, Dr. W. H 25 00 

Norrie, Mrs. E. L. B 5 00 

Norrie, Mrs. Gordon 10 00 

Ogden, Mrs. Charles W.. 10 00 

Ogden, Miss Mary F 10 00 

Olcott, George M 25 00 

Olyphant, R. M 10 00 

Opdycke, Mrs. Emerson.. 5 00 

Oppenheimer, Simon 10 00 

Orthopaedic Guild, 3 Free 

Beds 750 00 

Orthopaedic Sewing So- 
ciety, Free Bed 250 00 

Osborne, Mrs. Wm. Church 10 00 

Osserman, Simon E 5 00 

Ottinger, Max 5 00 

O. Z. P. E. 1 5 00 

Parish, Mrs. Henry, Jr... 10 00 

Pearson, Mrs. Frederick. . 20 00 

Peckham, Mrs. Wheeler H. 100 00 

Pell, Rev. Alfred Duane ... 10 00 

Pell, H. C 10 00 

Peters, Mrs. A. M. E 10 00 

Peters, Mrs. Ralph 5 00 

Peterson, Mrs. VVilson 5 00 

Phillips, Mrs. C. E. H.... 5 00 
Phipps, Mrs. Howard, Free 

Bed 250 00 

Plaut, Albert 10 00 

Polk, Frank L 50 00 

Potter, Ashton Howard, 

1/5 Free Bed 50 00 

Potter, Grace H., 1/5 Free 

Bed 50 00 

Potter, James Brown, 1/5 

Free Bed 50 00 

Potter, Mrs. Edward 10 00 

Pyne, Moses T 10 00 

Raisler Heating Co 5 00 

Randolph, Fanny F 10 00 

Ratner, Aaron 5 00 

Redmond, Miss 25 00 

Redmond, Mrs. H. S 15 00 

Reckitts. Ltd 25 00 

Reid, Mrs. Whitelaw, Free 

Bed 250 00 

Reis, Herman 2 00 

Remsen, Miss Margaret S. 5 00 



32 



Richardson, Mrs. C. Tiffany 25 00 

Robison, Wm 10 00 

Robison, Mrs. Wm 10 00 

Robison, Mrs. Wm., Yz 

Free Bed 125 00 

Robbins, Mrs. H. A 5 00 

Robinson, Mrs. Douglas, Yz 

Free Bed 166 68 

Roome, Claudius M 5 00 

Roosevelt, Mrs. James 25 00 

Roosevelt, Theodore, Yi 

Free Bed 83 ZZ 

Roosevelt, Mrs. W. Emlen. 10 00 

Rosenbaum, Selig 10 00 

Rosenshine, M 10 00 

Rosenstamm, S 10 00 

Rosenstein, Sidney 10 00 

Rosenstein, Miss Therese. 5 00 

Sachs, Edvvrard 5 00 

Sachs, Paul J 10 00 

Sage, Mrs. Russell 50 00 

Saul, Julius 5 00 

Sayre, Miss Mary Hall... 5 00 

Sayre, Wm. H., Jr 10 00 

Schavrien, Mrs. B 5 00 

Scheyer, J. A 10 00 

Schiff, Jacob H 25 00 

Schiff, Mortimer L 25 00 

Schlesinger, S 200 

Schwab, Mrs. L. H 2 00 

Scott, Mrs. Chas. R 10 00 

Scott, Mrs. Winfield 5 00 

Scoville, Miss Edith 25 00 

Scoville, Miss Lois Church 100 00 

Scoville, Miss Mary F. . . . 50 00 

Scudder, Dr. N. C 25 00 

Seligman, Jefferson 25 00 

Seton, Mrs. Alfred 10 00 

Sexton, E. B 10 00 

Shepard, Mrs. Elliot F. . . 100 00 

Shillaber, Wm SO 00 

Sherman, Charles A 10 00 

Shillito, Mrs. Wallace 10 00 

Simon, A. L., & Co 10 00 

Slade, Mrs. Geo. P 10 00 

Sloane, Mrs. W. D 100 00 

Smith, Mrs. J. Hopkins... 10 00 

Smith, Miss Josephine C. . 50 00 

Speers, James M 10 00 

Speyer, Mrs. James 10 00 

Steinhardt, Henry 10 00 

Steinway, Fred T 10 00 

Stern, Benjamin 25 00 

Stettheimer, Morris 5 00 

Stevens, Mrs. E. M 25 00 

Stevens, Mrs. J. R 20 00 

Stewart, Wm. R 10 00 

Straight, Mrs. Willard D.. 50 00 



Strasser, Edw S 00 

Strauss, Mrs. B 5 00 

Strauss, Charles 10 00 

Strauss, Frederick 25 00 

Stroock, Louis S 10 00 

Suydam, Mrs. W. L 10 00 

Talmage, Mrs. E. H 50 00 

Taylor, Wm. J 10 00 

Tiffany & Co 25 00 

Tilney, Mrs. I. Sheldon... 25 00 

Thorne, W. V. S 10 00 

Tillinghast, Mrs. W. H . . . 5 00 

Timpson, Mrs. James 10 00 

Tod, Mrs. J. Kennedy, 1/5 

Free Bed 50 OC' 

Tompkins, Mrs. W. W. ... 25 00 

Trevor, Wm 10 00 

Trounstine, John 10 00 

Trowbridge, Jas. A. 10 00 

Trumbull, Mrs. R 5 00 

Tuckerman, Alfred 10 00 

Twitchell, H. K 10 00 

Twombly, Mrs. H. McK... 100 00 

Ullman, Sigmund 5 00 

Untermeyer, C. S 3 00 

Vallens, Eugene 5 00 

Vanderbilt, Mrs 100 00 

Van Raalte, Z 10 00 

Van Winkle, Miss M. D., 5 00 

Veit, B 5 00 

Voltter, A 5 00 

Von Post, H. C 25 00 

Warren, Mrs. Geo. H 25 00 

Warren, Mrs. J. Hobart. . 50 00 

Wayland, Mrs. John E. . . . 10 00 

Webb, Mrs. J. W 10 00 

Webb, Mrs. W. Seward. .. 100 00 

Werbelovsky, J. H 10 00 

Wheeler, Miss Emily M... 5 00 

White, Miss Caroline 20 00 

White, Mrs. Edward P.... 2103 

White, Horace 5 00 

White, Miss May W 5 00 

Whitman, Nathaniel 100 00 

Willcox, Mrs. Wm. G 5 00 

Wilson, Mrs. Henry B. . . . 5 00 

Wilson, Mrs. Henry S. . . . 10 00 

Wineburgh, M 10 00 

Winthrop, Bronson 100 00 

Wisner, Misses 20 00 

Witherbee, Mrs. F. S.... 10 00 

Woerishoefer, Mrs. Anna. 100 00 

Wolff, Mrs. Lewis S 10 00 

Woodford, Gen. S. L 10 00 

Woodruff, J. J 10 00 

Wyckoff, Mrs. P. B 15 00 

Young, Mrs. A. Murray. . . 100 00 



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SCHOOL FUND. 
From October 1, 1912, to September 30, 1913. 

CREDIT. 

Balance forward $1 10 00 

Mrs. Charles B. Alexander $ 10 00 

Mrs. Robert S. Brewster 25 00 

Mrs. Andrew Carnegie 50 00 

Mrs. R. Fulton Cutting 20 00 

Mrs. Charles D. Dickey 15 00 

Mrs. Charles de Rham 10 00 

Miss Julia L. Delafield 5 00 

Mrs. W. B. Dinsmore 10 00 

Miss E. S. Hamilton 25 00 

Mrs. H. E. Howland 10 00 

Mrs. J. A. Murray 5 00 

Mrs. Douglas Robinson SO 00 

Mrs. W. D. Sloane 50 00 

Mrs. H. McK. Twombly 50 00 

Mrs. T. H. Warren 10 00 

Miss Caroline White 55 00 

Mrs. A. Murray Young 50 00 450 00 



$560 00 



DEBIT. 
Teachers' salary, 9 months $450 00 



Balance on hand $110 00 



DONATIONS. 



From October 1, 1912, to September 30, 1913. 

A Friend $10 00 

Brewster, Robert S 1,000 00 

Clyde, William P 100 00 

Delano, Eugene 1,000 00 

Dodge, W. Earl 4,500 00 

Heckscher, August 1.000 00 

Hospital Saturday and Sunday Association 1,772 68 

Juilliard, Frederic A 200 00 

Mason, George G 1,000 00 

Mite Box 25 12 

Orthopaedic Guild 40 SO 

Pyne, Percy R 1,000 00 

Robison, Mrs. William 100 00 

Sloane, Henry T 1,000 00 

Sloane, John 500 00 

Sage, Mrs. Russell 2,000 00 

Seawanhaka Club, through Mr. August Heckscher 75 00 

Sage Foundation, Cost of Photos 5 GO 

Young, Mrs. A. Murray SO 00 

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FUND FOR PERMANENT BUILDING AND ENDOWMENT. 
Paid in to December 1, 1913. 

Mrs. C. P. Huntington $25,000 00 

Mrs. A. Murray Young 50,000 00 

Mrs. Charles B. Alexander 40,000 00 

Mrs. R. Fulton Cutting 1,000 00 

Mrs. H. E, Rowland 50 00 

Mrs. Russell Sage 3,000 00 

Henry Phipps 250 00 

Mrs. A. D. Juilliard 5,000 00 

Mrs. Benjamin Brewster 12,500 00 

Robert S. Brewster 12,500 00 

Mrs. Charles D. Dickey 1,000 00 

George G. Mason 25,000 00 

Cleveland H. Dodge 2,500 00 

Henry T. Sloane 25,000 00 

John Sloane 10,000 00 

Children of Loving Service 500 00 

Junior Guild — Orthopaedic Hospital 300 00 

A. D. Juilliard 12,000 00 

Mrs. Douglas Robinson 1,000 00 

Charles A. Munn 2,500 00 

Mr. and Mrs. R. Fulton Cutting 15,000 00 

Miss Caroline White 1,000 00 

George Blumenthal 500 00 

Total $245,600 00 



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DONATIONS FOR SPECIAL PURPOSES. 
From October 1, 1912, to September 30, 1913. 

Visiting Nurses' Salaries : 

Boys' Guild Social Service Committee 1,000 00 

Mrs. Whitelaw Reid 850 00 

Mrs. W. D. Sloane 900 00 

Mrs. F. W. Vanderbilt 900 00 

Mrs. A. Murray Young 900 00 

Special Gymnasium Fund : 

A Friend, through Dr. Hibbs..' 300 00 

Henry C. Frick 1,600 00 

Miss Caroline White 700 00 

Special Solicitors' Fund : 

George G.Mason 250 00 

Painting and Repairing Nurses' Home : 

Mrs. Charles B. Alexander 525 00 

Child in Summer Home : 

Mrs. William D. Sloane 300 00 

Clothing : 

Mrs. Charles B. Alexander 13 33 

Mrs. Charles D. Dickey 13 33 

Mrs. William B. Dinsmore 13 33 

Miss Frelinghuysen 13 55 

Miss E. S. Hamilton 13 33 

Mrs. H. E. Howland 13 33 

Mrs. J. Archibald Murray , 13 55 

Mrs. Douglas Robinson 13 33 

Mrs. W. D. Sloane 15 00 

Mrs. E. H. Talmage 13 33 

Miss Caroline White 13 33 

Mrs. A. Murray Young 13 33 

Fruit Fund : 

Mrs. M. Dwight Collier 5 00 

Miss E. S. Hamilton 10 00 

Junior Guild 15 00 

Mrs. Douglas Robinson 25 00 

Mrs. William D. Sloane 25 00 

Ice Cream Fund : 

Junior Guild 15 00 

Mrs. William D. Sloane 25 00 

Potato Fund : 

Junior Guild 100 00 



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ENDOWED BEDS. 

IN PERPETUITY. 

1883. By Miss C. B. Hicks, continued in perpetuity by Buchanan Win- 

throp. 
1886. By Mrs. Elizabeth Milbank Anderson, four beds. In Memoriam 

"J. Milbank Anderson." 
1891. By Mr. Alfred Corning Clark, three beds. 
1891. By Mr. Edward Severin Clark, two beds, to be known as the 

"Edward Severin Clark Beds." 
1891. By I\Irs. Henry R. Winthrop. 

1893. By Mrs. William D. Sloane, In A'lemoriam "Wm. D. Sloane, Jr." 
1893. By James K. Gracie, In Memoriam "Anna Bulloch Gracie." 

1893. By Miss Sarah B. Gibbes. 

1894. By Mrs. Richard Tylden Auchmuty, two beds, In Memory of 

Richard Tylden Auchmuty. 
1894. By James H. Jones. 
1896. By Mrs. WilHam Astor, In Memory of Helen Roosevelt. 

1896. By Mrs. Evan T. Walker, In Memory of John J. Walker. 

1897. By Mrs. William D. Sloane, two beds, one bed In Memoriam 

"Maria Louisa Vanderbilt" and one In Memoriam "Emilia 
Vanderbilt Burden." 

1898. By Mrs. Charles B. Alexander, named the Harriet Alexander bed, 

for her daughter. 
1901. By Mrs. N. A. Baldwin, In Memory of Louise Suydam Duer. 
1901. By Mrs. Benjamin Brewster, In Memoriam Benjamin Brewster. 
1901. By Henry T. Sloane, Jessie and Emily Sloane, bed endowed by 

their father. 

1901. By Mrs. IMarion Story, In Memory of M. Furman Hunt. 

1902. By James Henry Smith, two beds. In Memory of George Smith. 
1902. By Miss Emily A. Watson, In Memory of Mrs. Mary J. Walker. 
1904. By Miss Cornelia Prime, In Memory of her brother Temple Prime. 
1904. By Miss Helen Phipps. 

1904. By James K. Gracie, In Memory of Esther Gracie Ogden. 

1906. By Miss Caroline White. 

1906. By Mrs. M. Dwight Collier, In Memory of Maurice Dwight Col- 
lier. 

1908. By Mrs. H. N. Munn, Mrs. Augusta Munn Tilney, Orson D. 
Munn and Charles A. Munn, In Memory of Henry Norcross 
Munn. 

1911. By Everetta C. Whitney estate. 

1911. By Miss Josephine C. Smith, In Memory of her father. Dr. Ed- 
ward A. Smith and her mother, Rebecca Miller Smith. 

1913. By Estate of Marion de Forest Clark, in Memory of Julian Bou- 
ton Clark. 

1913. By an anonymous donor, to be known as Mary Townsend Cuyler 
Bed. 

1913. By Caroline F. Butterfield, In Memory of Frederick Falconer But- 
terfield. 

Total Beds Endowed in Perpetuity, 40. 



37 



YEARLY BEDS. 

ENDOWED DURING 1912. 
> J- 

1878. Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt's children, In Memory of "Their Mother," 
by Theodore Roosevelt, Mrs. W. S. Cowles, Mrs. Douglas 
Robinson. 

1886. By Mrs. James A. Burden. 

1890. By Mrs. Charles B. Alexander. 

1891. By Mrs. James T. Leavitt. 
1891. By Mrs. R. Fulton Cutting. 
1894. By Mrs. Charles B. Alexander. 

1894. By Children's Fund, In Memory of Mrs. James K. Grade. 

1895. By Orthopaedic Guild, In Memory of Ella F. J. Carpender. 

1896. By Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Mortimer, In Memory of Anna Hall 

Roosevelt. 

1896. By Orthopaedic Hospital Sewing Society. 

1897. By Orthopaedic Guild. 
1897. By Orthopaedic Guild. 

1899. By Mrs. J. Kennedy Tod, Mrs. Robert S. Minturn, Miss Grace 
Howard Potter, James Brown Potter and Ashton Howard 
Potter, In Memory of their father and mother, Howard Pot- 
ter and his wife. 

1899. By Mrs. William Robison and William Chauncey Floyd-Jones, In 

Memory of Caroline A. and William Floyd-Jones. 

1900. By Mrs. George Jay Gould. 

1900. By Junior Orthopaedic Guild. 

1901. By Mrs. Henry B. Hyde, In Memory of Henry B. Hyde, Jr. 

1901. By Mrs. Whitelaw Reid, "Church of the Incarnation Bed." 

1902. By Miss E. S. Hamilton, In Memory of J. Augustus and Mary 

W. Hamilton. 
1904. By the Boys' Guild. 
1904. By A. D. Juilliard. 
1908. By Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Brewster. 
1913. By Delphos Club. 
1913. By Mrs. Howard Phipps. 

Total Beds Endowed in 1913, 22. 



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GIFTS TO THE HOSPITAL 

IN MATERIAL. 
From October 1st, 1912, to September 31st, 1913. 

OCTOBER. 

Flowers and Vegetables each week Mrs. William Sloane 

Flowers Mrs. Dickey 

Brace Mrs. D. H. Norris, Jr. 

14 Suits Boys' Clothing Mrs. W. B. Dinsmore 

Flowers Mr. R. B. Dodson 

Scrap Pictures Mr. J. L. Spicer 

Flowers Mrs. P. R. Jennings 

Ice Cream and Cake for Girls' Ward Dr. Bogardus 

Vegetables, Fruit and Crackers . . The Steinway Reformed Sunday School 

Two Suits Men's Clothing Mrs. E. C. Griffin 

Ten Cases Toasted Wheat Flakes Mr. Murphy 

NOVEMBER. 

Twelve Pairs of Bloomers, Fifteen Gymnasium Suits, 

Packer Collegiate Institute 

Eight Suits Boys' Clothing Mrs. Charles D. Dickey 

Boys' Clothing Mrs. F. W. P. Hoeninghaus 

Three Barrels Potatoes and Six Plants Mrs. John Hobart Warren 

Flowers, Girls' Ward Miss Overton 

Toys for Girls' East Ward and Apples for all the Children.. Junior Guild 
Cranberry Sauce, Oranges and Apples, 

Second Grade Class, Ethical Culture School 

Scrap Books Kindergarten, Ethical Culture School 

Six Turkeys, Cranberries, Celery Mrs. Charles B. Alexander 

Flowers Mrs. Lindsley Tappen 

Flowers Mrs. George R. Read 

Rug Mrs. Charles D. Dickey 

Toys and Books Miss Grace Dietrich 

Toys for all the Children in the Wards Mr. F. W. P. Hoeninghaus 

Book of Samples Gazlay Brothers 

DECEMBER. 

Ice Cream and Cake Mrs. M. Solomon 

Flowers Mrs. Alfred Wagstaff 

Post Cards Mr. J. Lindley Spicer 

Dolls Mrs. Henry Watts 

Rubbers, Magazines, Suit of Boys' Clothing. .Mr. F. W. P. Hoeninghaus 

Dolls, Toys No Name 

Toys Mrs. Bradley Martin, Jr. 

Toys Mrs. B. S. Redd 

Flowers Miss Hamilton 

Gifts for Maids Miss DeForrest 

Toys Miss J. C. Smith 

Two Chairs Mrs. H. M. Tilford 

Gifts for all the Patients in the Hospital and Books for Nurses, 

Mrs. W. D. Sloane 

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Thirty-two Pounds of Tea for Dispensary Families, 

Mr. J. Frederic Kernochan 

Apples Mrs. Charles B. Alexander 

Toys Mrs. Fensterer 

Dolls Mrs. E. D. Paulin 

Christmas Toys for all the Children Mr. F. W. P. Hoeninghaus 

Twenty Dollars for Children's Christmas (Victor Victrola) . .No Name 

Candy Mrs. W. F. Chappell and Miss R. Graves 

Holly Wreaths for Boys' Ward Mrs. Dickey 

Dolls, Games and Books Mrs. James Abercrombie Burden 

Toys Mrs. James Harper Poor and Miss Poor 

Grapes Mrs. Harry James Luce 

Oranges Miss Kate Norwood 

One Case Tomatoes, One Case Corn Fiske & Brown 

Christmas Stockings for Girls' East Ward and Boys' East and 

West Wards Junior Guild 

Christmas Stockings for Girls' West Ward Orthopaedic Guild 

Ice Cream and Cake Mrs. Charles D. Dickey 

Picture Cards Mission Band, Reformed Church, Montclair Heights 

Christmas Trees and Gifts for the Ward Children and Thirty 

Children in the Dispensary, 

Mrs. A. Murray Young and Mrs. Robert Brewster 

Gifts for all the Patients in the Hospital Mr. E. M. Padelford 

Magazines Mr. DeLancey K. Jay 

Two Boxes Oranges Mrs. Henry S. Rokenbaugh 

JANUARY. 

Five Copies St. Nicholas Magazine for the year.... Mrs. Wm. D. Sloane 

Five Copies Chatterbox for the year Mrs. Wm. D. Sloane 

Sofa for Nurses' Home Mrs. Douglas Robinson 

Flowers Mrs. Philander Reeves Jennings 

Sixteen Night Shirts Mrs. Winthrop Cowdin 

Picture Cards, 8 glasses of jelly Mrs. R. H. Marks 

Scrap Book and Flowers No Name 

FEBRUARY. 

Canes, Crutches and Shoes Mrs. Greene 

Boys' Clothing Mr. F. W. P. Hoeninghaus 

Twelve Pillows Mrs. Douglas Robinson 

Magazines Mrs. Douglas Robinson 

Twelve Dolls Miss Hitchcock 

Clothing Dr. Lucy Osborne Wright 

Weights and Crutches Mrs. W. T. Henderson 

Valentines Elizabeth Lowenstein 

Valentines Girls' League, Columbia University 

Oranges Mrs, Philander Reeves Jennings 

MARCH. 

Plants and Flowers Bloomingdale Brothers 

Dolls and Picture Cards Girls from Church of Epiphany 

Eighteen Night Shirts Mrs. Winthrop Cowdin 

Five Victrola Records Mrs. Charles D. Dickey 

Music Box and Records Miss Josephine C. Smith 

Ice Cream and Cake Mrs. Douglas Robinson 

Picture Cards Christian Police Association 

Easter Toys Master Jean Redd 

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Cards Mrs. Nathan 

Toys and Easter Cards Mr. F. W. P. Hoeninghaus 

Plants for Wards Mrs. E. T. H. Talmage 

Easter Eggs for O. G. Ward Mrs. Butt and Miss Remsen 

Clothing Mrs. Beverly C. Duer 

Easter Eggs Miss Sophie Beverly Duer 

Easter Eggs Mrs. William B. Dinsmore 

Ice Cream and Cake Mrs. Wagstaff 

Ice Cream Miss Kearney 

Easter Toys Miss A. Hoyt 

Paper Dolls and Pictures Miss C. Dempsey 

Easter Lillies Church of the Epiphany 

Automobile Ride for 5 Children Miss Hurd 

APRIL, 

Shoes Mrs. I. R. Robinson 

Toys Alexme Ferrier 

Boys' Clothing. . . .'. Mr. F. W. P. Hoeninghaus 

Entertainment Mrs. Douglas Robinson 

Ice Cream Junior Guild 

Shoes Mr. R. N. Brace 

Shoes Mrs. Keyes Winter 

MAY. 

Eleven Night Shirts Mrs. Winthrop Cowdin 

Clothing Mrs. Herman Oelrichs 

Flowers' No Name 

Ice Cream No Name 

Shoes Miss M. E. Townley 

Magazines Miss Josephine C. Smith 

Boys' Clothing and Books Mr. F. W. P. Hoeninghaus 

JUNE. 

Shoes Mrs. Wessels 

Toys Mrs. L. L. Benedict 

Clothing Mrs. E. T. H. Talmage 

Flowers Miss Bentley 

Flowers Mrs. Eagle 

Flowers Mrs. H. B. Combs 

Flowers Mrs. Philander Reeves Jennings 

Flowers National Plant Flower & Fruit Guild 

Flowers No Name 

Flowers and Fruit Mrs. Robert S. Brewster 

Flowers, each week Mrs. William Sloane 

Vegetables and Fruit Mrs. William Sloane 

Flowers ^'■- .?• .^- J^^^ 

Flowers AH Saints Church, Great Neck, N. Y. 

Braces Baroness Von Keteler 

Shoes Mr. C. E. Heydt 

Magazines Dr. W. B. Dunning 

JULY. 

Ice Cream Miss Kearney 

Shoes No Name 

Flowers Mrs. Bradley Martin 

Flowers, each week Mr. P. R. Pyne 

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Flowers, each week Mrs. Robert S. Brewster 

Vegetables Mrs. Robert S. Brewster 

Flowers, each week Mrs. E. T. H. Talmage 

Flowers and Vegetables, each week Mrs. William Sloane 

AUGUST. 

Wheel Chair Mr. Abbott Foster 

Books Mr. F. W. P. Hoeninghaus 

Flowers Miss Julia PoUitzer 

Flowers Mrs. Robert S. Brewster 

Flowers Mrs. E. T. H. Talmage 

Flowers and Vegetables, each week Mrs. William Sloane 

SEPTEMBER. 

Scrap Books and Cards Christian Police Association 

Twelve Victor Records Plaza Talking Machine Co. 

Toys Miss Henrietta Erhert 

Shoes Mrs. J. E. Leech 

Flowers Mrs. L. E. Frank 

Flowers Mrs. Dillon Brown and Miss Neylor 

Flowers Miss Margaret PoUitzer 

Flowers and Vegetables, each week Mrs. William Sloane 



42 



COMMITTEES 

OF THE 

Country Brancb ant) UnDuetrial School 



Committee from the Board of Trustees. 
FRANK L. POLK, Chairman. 
WM. ADAMS DELANO, De LANCEY K. JAY, 

ROBERT S. BREWSTER, GEORGE G. MASON. 

Committee from Board of Supervisors. 

Mrs. CHARLES B. ALEXANDER, Chairman. 

Miss E. S. HAMILTON. 

Country Committee. 
Miss EMILY A. WATSON, Chairman. 
Mrs. RUSSELL A. HIBBS, Sec'y, Mrs. GALLOWHUR, 

Mrs. WM. REYNOLDS BROWN, Mrs. SPILKER, 

Mrs. HOWARD FOSTER. Mrs. SHONK, 

Miss SCHMIDT, Mrs. HUNTINGTON, 

Mrs. CUMNOCK, Mrs. OLIVER HARRIMAN. 

Auditing Committee. 
Miss WATSON, Mrs. HOWARD FOSTER. 

Mrs. SPILKER. 

House Committee. 
Mrs. WM. REYNOLDS BROWN, Mrs. HOWARD FOSTER, 

Miss SCHMIDT, Mrs. RUSSELL A. HIBBS, 

Mrs. SHONK, Mrs. HUNTINGTON, 

Mrs. GALLOWHUR, Mrs. OLIVER HARRIMAN. 

Christmas Committee. 
Mrs. HOWARD FOSTER, Mrs. RUSSELL A. HIBBS, 

Mrs. CUMNOCK, Mrs. GALLOWHUR, 

Miss WATSON. 



43 



STAFF 

FOR I9I4 

Country? Brancb ant) 1Int)U0trtal Scbool 



Medical Staff. 

Surge n-in- Chief, 
RUSSELL A. HIBBS, M. D. 

Consulting Physician, Consulting Ophthalmologist, 

H. ERNST SCHMID, M. D. FRANK NEWTON IRWIN, M. D. 

Resident Surgeon, Dental Surgeon, 

FRED. D. WILLIAMS, M. D. D. AUSTIN SXIFFEN, D. D. S. 



House Staff. 

Sitp erintendent, 
CHARLES H. BURR 

Assistant Superintendent, Housekeeper and Dietitian, 

Miss ELIZABETH L. LORD. Miss THEODORA S. ROOT. 

Principal of School, 
Miss MARY AGNES HUBBARD. 

House-Mothers, 
Mas. SCHOTTLE Miss BERTHA A. CODING 

Chief Engineer, 
JOHN W. HILFRANK 

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REPORT FROM THE COUNTRY BRANCH. 

To the Trustees of the New York Orthopaedic 
Dispensary and Hospital. 

Gentlemen : 

The work of the Country Branch during the past year, from a 
medical standpoint of view, has been most satisfactory, as there 
has been a freedom from contagious diseases, very few deaths, 
and a steady progress in new forms of treatment, which are 
producing results that are calling forth high encomiums from 
persons fitted to judge upon such points. 

Although the Manual Training Department has been discon- 
tinued, the knowledge obtained by the older boys has not been 
forgotten, as it has developed a taste for the use of tools, and of 
putting them to practical use in every day life. 

I regret to record the resignation of all the teachers except Miss 
Hubbard, who succeeds Miss Baldwin as head of the Educa- 
tional Department, but it was not to be expected that such excep- 
tionally good teachers would care to continue the instruction of 
small children, as they are a great tax upon their patience, and 
as they are not remaining in the institution as long a time, of 
course the teachers cannot see the results of their labors, but it 
is a matter of great congratulation to all interested in the Ortho- 
paedic work, that the medical skill is shortening the period, that it 
is necessary for children to undergo treatment in hospitals, and 
that they can sooner take their place in the world as wage 
earners. 

There was a reunion of the children in June at the County 
Branch, all doing well, and most of them occupying good posi- 
tions, and a credit to the institution. 

We thank all who have remembered us in various ways, gifts 
of clothing, books, toys, fruit, flowers and vegetables, entertain- 
ments for the children, all evincing an increasing interest in the 
institution. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Emily A. Watson, 

Qhairman. 

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DONATIONS TO THE COUNTRY BRANCH 

IN MATERIAL. 
From October 1st, 1912, to September 30th, 1913. 

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OCTOBER, 1912. 

Vegetables Mrs. C. G. Stoddard 

Apples and Toys Mrs. George C. Clausen 

Four Rocking Chairs for Children Mrs. H. H. Lehman 

Books for Staff Miss Emily A. Watson 

Venison Mr. B. M. Bailey (Game Warden) 

NOVEMBER, 1912. 

Clothing Mrs. Oliver Harriman 

Colored Worsteds for Girls Miss A. B. Sherwood 

Candy for Girls Miss Helen W. Gould 

DECEMBER, 1912. 

Books for Children Mrs. W. G. Gallowhur 

Magazines Mrs. H. E. Porter 

Toys for Children Mrs. Richard M. Jessup 

Forty Dolls Mrs. H. H. Lehman 

Fifty-two Christmas Stockings Mrs. William Sloane 

Picture Book Mrs. J. W. Carrington 

Cards and Pictures Mrs. S. V. Pratt 

Pictures Mrs. E. H. Horton 

Dolls and Toys Mrs. E. M. Gansen 

$10 for Children's Entertainment Mrs. Edgar Jones 

Plant .....Mrs. J. F. Dickie 

Mittens Miss A. B. Sherwood 

Box of Toys Mrs. H, H, Lehman 

Cloth for Sewing Class Mr. Alfred L. Campbell 

Moving Picture Show at Newells Theatre Mr. George Newell 

Christmas Candy Mr. Frank L. Polk 

Transportation to Newell's Theatre, 

Westchester Street Railway Company. 

Through Mr. John C. Calhoun, Supt. 
Christmas Gift for Each Child Miss Emily A. Watson 

JANUARY, 1913. 

Box of Toys and Books Mrs. Linnie Ironsides 

Two Pairs Mittens Miss A. B. Sherwood 

Magazines Mrs. H. E. Porter 

FEBRUARY, 1913. 

Mittens Miss A. B. Sherwood 

Musicale and Three Illustrated Lectures for Staff.Miss Emily A. Watson 

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MARCH, 1913. 

Nine Books for Staff Library Miss E. A. Watson 

Concert by Kahn Trio Mr. F. L. Polk 

Magazines Mrs. H. E. Porter 

Clothing for Girls Mrs. I. Moress 

Clothing for Boys Mrs. Oliver Harriman 

Potted Plant for Girls Mrs. J. F. Dickie 

Subscriptions to Eight Alagazines Mrs. Russell A. Hibbs 

APRIL, 1913. 

Clothing Mrs. S. H. Horton 

Thirteen Children's Books Mrs. Dumont 

Pictures and Post Cards Mrs. Edward Myers 

Five Children's Books Miss Olivia Pratt 

Twelve Victrola Records Mr. William G. Minck 

Pictures Mrs. Eliza H. Horton 

Clothing Mrs. Winslow 

Box of Toys Mrs. G. D. F. Leith 

MAY, 1913. 
Pictures and Post Cards for Children Mrs. E. H. Horton 

JUNE, 1913. 

Croquet Set Miss Sylvia Knowles 

One-half Bushel Peanuts Mr. Mason Day 

Auto Rides for Children Mrs. H. H. Lehman 

Material for Playground Work Miss E. A. Watson 

Wheel Chair Mrs. Andrew Carnegie 

Laundry Dryer Miss E. A. Watson 

JULY, 1913. 

Toys and Candy Mrs. H. H. Lehman 

Nineteen Victrola Records Mrs. George Myerson 

AUGUST, 1913. 

$10 for Children Mr. A. A. Scheyer 

Puzzles Anonymous 

$25 for Children's Party Mrs. H. H. Lehman 

Two Crates of Pears Mr. Henry G. Barbey 

Three Pictures Mrs. G. F. Starbuck 

Auto Rides for Children Mrs. H. H. Lehman 

Playground Supplies Miss E. A. Watson 

SEPTEMBER, 1913. 

Clothing and Caps Mrs. Thomas Simpson 

Postcards and Favors Mr. Ed. Myers 

Two Dolls • Miss Emily Buckhout 

Clothing and Shoes Mrs. Thomas Simpson 

Moving Picture Entertainment Mrs. H, H. Lehman 

Auto Rides for Children Mrs. H. H. Lehman 

$2 for Children's Entertainment Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Denton 

Three Waste Baskets, Puzzles and Colored Cards. .. .Miss E. A. Watson 
Magazines, Games and Books Mrs. I. W. Kent 

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The sum of $7,500 endows a bed in perpetuity : and the sura 
of $350 entitles the donor to a bed for one year. 

Form of Certificate to the Donor of an 
Endowed Bed in Perpetuity. 

N^hi fork ®rti|0p^btr Stap^naarg txnh iJ^oBpxtuL 

This is to Certify that the New York Orthopaedic Dispen- 
sary and Hospital through its Trustees has received from 

herein designated as the donor, a fund of Seven Thousand Five 
Hundred Dollars, for the purpose of founding and maintaining 
in accordance with its corporate pozvers an endowed bed in its 
Hospital in perpetual memory of 

The donor shall have the privilege of nominating the occu- 
pant of said bed, but such nomination and the use of said bed 
shall be subject to all such rules and regulations governing en- 
dowed beds, and providing for the treatment, reception and dis- 
charge of patients as now exist or which may hereafter be en- 
acted by the Board of Trustees of said Dispensary and Hospital. 

Witness this corporate seal of the New York Orthopaedic 
Dispensary and Hospital, and the signatures of two of its officers, 

this day of one thousand nine hundred 

and 



Secretary. President. 



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TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT 



OF THE 



Orthopaedic Guild 



OF THE 



126 East S9th Street 



WITH A LIST OP MEMBERS. 



President, 
Mrs. W. D. BUTTON. 

Vice-President . 
Miss S, A. MOLLER. 

Treasurer, Secretary, 

Mrs. ALFRED WAGSTAFF. Mrs. IRVING COX. 



Mrs. McCOSKRY BUTT. 



Mrs. CHARLES B. ALEXANDER. 



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LIST OF ASSOCIATE MEMBERS. 

Mrs. James A. Blair Oyster Bay, L. I. 

Mrs. J. M. Barclay 14 W. 48th St. 

Mrs. E. J. Berwind 2 E. 64th St. 

Mrs. E. L. Burrill 8 W. 48th St. 

Mrs. Percy Chubb 624 Fifth Ave. 

Mrs. Geo. G. de Witt 39 W. 51st St. 

Mrs. W. I. Callender 136 E. 35th St. 

Mrs. F. B. Griffin 14 E. 60th St. 

Mrs. John Greenough 38 E. 63d St. 

Mrs. Henry B. Hyde HE. 40th St. 

Mrs. J. de Heredia IE. 78th St. 

Mrs. Walter Jennings 43 W. 56th St. 

Mrs. Seth Low 30 E. 64th St. 

Mrs. Peter Moller 32 W. 37th St. 

Miss S. A. Moller 32 W. 37th St. 

Mrs. W. J. Matheson 540 Park Ave. 

Mrs. H. Wilmerding Payne 14 W. 36th St. 

Mrs. W. A. Perry 7 E. 56th St. 

Mrs. C. J. Peters 784 Fifth Ave. 

Miss Elizabeth Remsen 17 W. 51st St. 

Mrs. Frederick Roosevelt 8 W. 52d St. 

Mrs. Romaine 52 E. 50th St. 

Mrs. George Rose 1041 Fifth Ave. 

Mrs. Louis T. Montant Oyster Bay, L. I. 

Mrs. L. L. Stanton 30 W. 49th St. 

Mrs. H. F. Shoemaker 26 W. 53d St. 

Mrs. J. Rhilander Stevens 14 E. 63d St. 

Mrs. Thomas E. Satterthwaite 7 E. 80th St. 

Mrs. Edwin Thorne 558 Madison Ave. 

Mrs. F. W. Vanderbilt 459 Fifth Ave. 

Mrs. Raymoiid L. Ward 163 Madison Ave. 

Mrs. M. Livingston Willard 13 E. 77th St. 

Miss Caroline White 609 Fifth Ave. 



LIST OF ACTIVE MEMBERS. 

Mrs. John D. Adams 1 W. 72d St. 

Mrs. W. I. Adams 110 E. 38th St. 

Mrs. W. B. Anderton 825 Madison Ave- 

Mrs. Charles W. Baylis 449 Park Ave. 

Mrs. LeGrand Benedict 130 E. 67th St. 

Mrs. Macoskey Butt 8 W. 52d St. 

Mrs. J. Edgar Bull 34 Gramercy Park 

Mrs. W. A. Bloodgood 49 E. 34th St. 

Miss E. C. Coppell Tenafiy, N. J. 

Mrs. Irving Cox 134 E. 62d St. 

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Mrs. George Bullock Ill E. 57th St. 

Mrs. Victor Cumnock Oyster Bay, L. I. 

Miss Delano 20 Fifth Ave. 

Mrs. W. D. Button 116 E. 73d St. 

Mrs. Robert Dodson 128 W. 59th St. 

Mrs. W. G. Fleming 43 E. 67th St. 

Mrs. E. H. Floyd-Jones Massapequa, L. I. 

Mrs. A. De Goicouria 70 W. 55th St. 

Mrs. E. L. Harkness IE. 75th St. 

Mrs. Philander Jennings 512 Fifth Ave. 

Mrs. Murray Livingston 37 Madison Ave. 

Mrs. H. J. Luce 4 E. 52d St. 

Mrs. A. P. Montant Oyster Bay, L. L 

Mrs. C. De Rham Moore 109 E. 38th St. 

Mrs. Huntington Norton 131 E. 66th St. 

Mrs. C. C. Overton •. 49 W. 57th St. 

Mrs. Norman B. Ream 853 Seventh Ave. 

Mrs. Wm. Robison Massapequa, L. L 

Mrs. R. B. Roosevelt .. 2009 Massachusetts Ave., Washington, D. C. 

Mrs. H. L. Rokenbaugh 512 Fifth Ave. 

Mrs. Alfred E. Schemerhorn 24 W. 11th St. 

Mrs. J. C. Smith 160 W. 59th St. 

Mrs. J. I. Thompson 10 E. 78th St. 

Mrs. Kennedy Todd 5 Nassau St. 

Mrs. H. M. Tilford 24 W. 52d St. 

Mrs. Atwood Violett 150 W. 59th St. 

Mrs. Wagstaff 512 Madison Ave. 

Mrs. F. Dana Winselow 4 E. 10th St. 

Mrs. J. C. Work Oyster Bay, L. I. 

Mrs. Sydney H. Enop Ossining, N. Y. 

Mrs. J. Ceballos 777 Madison Ave. 

Miss Moller Ritz-Carleton Hotel 



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ANNUAL REPORT, 1913 

In presenting my report for the year 19 12-13, the twenty- 
second annual report of the Orthopsedic Giiild, I am able to 
state that in all respects the year has been a most satisfactory 
one. The response to appeals for Christmas and Easter offer- 
ings were most liberal, and we have been able to supply the 
Gmld with a sufficient amount of linen, clothing, etc., and we 
have been able to support the usual niimber of their beds. 
We have also made our usual subscription to the ice cream 
and fruit funds. Our record shows active members, 43, and 
associated members, 45, a total of 78. It is with regret and 
sorrow that I record the death of Mrs. W. H. Wickham, one 
of our active members. It is gratifying to be able to state 
that the offerings had been generous and fully up to the standard 
of previous years, showing a continued interest on the part of 
the members of the Guild. It is our earnest wish that the en- 
suing year may set a new high record of efficiency and interest 
in our work. 

Jane Cox, 

Secretary. 



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DONATIONS 

CHRISTMAS OFFERINGS. 

Mrs. F. G. Bourne $10.00 

Miss Delano 5.00 

Mrs. W. B. Anderton 5.00 

Mrs. Henry M. Tilford 10.00 

Mrs. J. Edgar Bull 5.00 

Mrs. Charles L. Baylis 5.00 

Mrs. Phelander R. Jennings 15.00 

Mrs. C. de Rham Moore 10.00 

Mrs. A. V. de Goicorria 20.00 

Mrs. W. G. Fleming 10.00 

Mrs. J. T. Thompson 10.00 

Mrs. W. D, Button 15.00 

Mrs. Irving Cox 5.00 

Mrs. Robert B. Dodson 5.00 

Mrs. J. Ceballos 5.00 

Mrs. F. D. Winslow 5.00 

Miss J. C. Smith 5.00 

Mrs. George Bullock 3.50 

Mrs. W. A. Bloodgood 5.00 

Mrs. C. B. Alexander 10.00 

Mrs. MoUer 5.00 

Miss MoUer - . 5.00 

$173.50 
EASTER OFFERINGS. 

Mrs. J. T. Thompson $10.00 

Mrs. C. B. Alexander 10.00 

Mrs. W. D. Button 10.00 

Mrs. W. G. Fleming 5.00 

Mrs. Edward L. Harkness 25.00 

Mrs. C. de Rham Moore 10.00 

Mrs. W. S. Adams 10.00 

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Mrs. P. R. Jennings 10.00 

Mrs. Henry M. Tilford 10.00 

Mrs. Irving Cox 5.00 

Miss J. C. Smith 5.00 

Mrs. MoUer 5.00 

Miss Moller 5.00 

Mrs. J. Edgar Bull 7.00 

S127.00 
ICE CREAM FUND. 

Mrs. J. T. Thompson SIO.OO 

OUTSIDE PATIENTS FUND. 

Mrs. J. T. Thompson S38.75 



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EIGHTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT 

OF THE 

ORTHOPAEDIC HOSPITAL SEWING SOCIETY 

OF THE 

©rtbopaeMc Dispeneari^ ant) 1bo0pttal 

126 East 59th Street. 



LIST OF MEMBERS FOR 1913. 



President, 

Mrs. WALTER L. SUYDAM, 5 East 76th St. 

Vice-President, 
Mrs. JOHN E. ALEXANDER, Lenox, Mass. 

Treasurer, 
Miss MARGARET S. REMSEN, 3 East 80th St. 

Secretary, 
Mrs. FRED'K A. HAIGHT, 39 East 79th St. 

Chairman Working Committee, 
Mrs. ARTHUR MASON-JONES, 26 East 60th St. 



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ACTIVE MEMBERS, 1913. 



Mrs. William Alexander. 

Mrs. James L. Barclay. 

Mrs. McCoskry Butt. 

Mrs. Chas. A. Childs. 

Mrs. Geo. Crocker. 

Mrs. Samuel A. Clark. 

Mrs. Richard Delafield. 

Mrs. Clarence Eagle. 

Mis. D. Ogden Fowler. 

Mrs. J. E. S. Hadden. 

Mrs. William D. Hatch. 

Mrs. Henry E. Howland. 

Mrs. C. I. Hudson. 

Miss Margaret Jackson. 

Mrs. Morris K. Jesup. 

Mrs. Harry S. Kingsley. 

Mrs. Edward S. Knapp. 

Mrs. Harry K. Knapp. 

Mrs. Chas. H. Mellen. 

Miss Ward McAllister. 

Mrs. Robert A. McKim. 

Miss A. D. Martin. 



Mrs. Frederick Neilson. 

Miss Mary Norrie. 

Miss Kate Norwood. 

Mrs. Charles M. Oelrichs. 

Mrs. Dudley Olcott. 

Mrs. William H. Osgood. 

Mrs. Henry W. Payne. 

Miss Ann Depew Paulding. 

Mrs. William Pollock. 

Mrs. A. Drum Porter. 

Mrs. W. Kintzing Post. 

Miss Grace A. Potter. 

Mrs. Chas. de Rham. 

Mrs. Karrick Riggs. 

Mrs. Winfield Scott. 

Mrs. James Speyer. 

Mrs. Chas. Steele. 

Mrs. John A. Stewart. 

Mrs. J. Todhunter Thompson. 

Mrs. Robert Thorne. 

Mrs. Daniel T. Worden. 

Mrs. M. Gray Zalinski. 



ASSOCIATE MEMBERS, 1913. 



Mrs. C. B. Alexander. 
Mrs. Fordyce Barker. 
Mrs. Robert Brewster. 
Mrs. Bruce-Brown. 
Mrs. M. T. Campbell. 
Mrs. Francis Carolan. 
Mrs. H. J. Chisholm. 
Mrs. M. Dwight Collier. 
Mrs. Robert Fulton Cutting. 
Mrs. John R. Drexel. 
Mrs. William B. Dinsmore. 
Mrs. John B. Duer. 
Mrs. Neubold Edgar. 
Mrs. James W. Ellsworth. 
Mrs. Henry C. Emmet. 
Princessa de Fancigny. 
Mrs. Hamilton Fish. 
Mrs. F. de P. Forster. 
Miss C. de Forest. 
Miss C. Furniss. 
Mrs. J. B. M. Grosvenor. 
Mrs. H. F. Hadden. 
Mrs. John A. Hadden. 
Mrs. James B. Haggin. 
Miss E. S. Hamilton. 
Mrs. Edward S. Harkness. 
Mrs. Gerald Hoyt. 

Mrs. 



Mrs. Piatt Hunt. 
Mrs. Pembroke Jones. 
Mrs. Philip Kearney. 
Mrs. Henry S. Mann. 
Mrs. Geo. Grant Mason. 
Mrs. Wm. Starr Miller. 
Mrs. R. Burnham Moffat. 
Mrs. McMurtry. 
Mrs. Henry Pearce. 
Mrs. Frederick Pearson. 
Miss Elizabeth Remsen. 
Mrs. Douglas Robinson. 
Mrs. Robert Sedgwick. 
Mrs. William D. Sloane. 
Miss Josephine C. Smith. 
Mrs. Louis Lee Stanton. 
Mrs. Henry M. Tilford. 
Mrs. J. Kennedy Tod. 
Mrs. J. T. Tower. 
Mrs. Ed. Mitchell Townsend. 
Mrs. Arthur B. Twombly. 
Mrs. Samuel Untermeyer. 
Mrs. John Hobart Warren. 
Miss Julia Chester Wells. 
Miss Caroline White. 
Mrs. F. P. Witherbee. 
Mrs. Wysong. 
A. Murray Young. 



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ANNUAL REPORT OF THE ORTHOPEDIC HOSPITAL 
SEWING SOCIETY. 

The eighteenth annual report of the Orthopaedic Hospital 
Sewing Society shows our work progressing. A few new mem- 
bers added every year, increases our interest. We have lost by 
death Mrs. Morton F. Plant, an associate member, and three 
have resigned. 

Treasurer reports balance on hand, $111.50. 

Mrs. Arthur Mason Jones, Chairman of the Working Com- 
mittee, reports number of pieces given out, 1,437; number re- 
placed, 1,549; stock on hand, 1,092. Supplying linen for the 
Hospital (with the exception of one ward) constitutes the work 
of this Society. We also support a free bed. The past year 
we were unable to donate the usual sum of money for braces, 
owing to the larger demands for linen, etc. We have 108 mem- 
bers, 50 active and 58 associate. 

Thanking all our members for their generosity, encourage- 
ment and interest, and hoping they will continue their good work 
the coming year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Helen D. W. Haight, 

Secretary. 



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FIFTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT 

OF THE 

JUNIOR GUILD 

OF THE 

©rtbopaeMc HJispeneari? ant) Ibospttal, 

126 East 59th Street. 



OFFICERS. 

President, 

Miss ANNIE S. HOYT. 

Secretary, 

Mrs. L. L. BENEDICT, Jr. 

Treasurer, 

Mrs. L. B. ELLIMAN. 



Committees. 

Purchasing Committee, 

Mrs. WALTER C. STEARNS, Chairman. 

Visiting Committee, 

Mrs. HENRY H. HOLLISTER, Jr., Chairman. 



Mrs. L. L. Benedict, Jr. 
Miss Margaret Benedict 
Miss Maria L. Duryee 
Mrs. Lawrence B. Elliman. 
Miss Kate Fox 
Miss Frances Hadden 



Mrs. James L. Barclay 

Mrs. Dayid Dana 

Miss Anita L. Dominick 



Active Members. 

Annual Dues, $S. 

Mrs. H. H. HoUister, Jr. 
Miss Annie S. Hoyt 
Mrs. Colgate Hoyt, Jr. 
Mrs. F. C. Huntington 
Mrs. F. Minott 
Miss E. J. Pond 

Associate Members. 

Annum. Dues, $10. 

Mrs. W. G. Dominick 
Mrs W. H. Erhart 
Mrs. Allen B. Forbes 

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Mrs. J. Otis Post 
Mrs. Herbert Rawlins 
Mrs. S. Reber 
Mrs. Walter C. St«arns 
Miss Esther Waterman 



Mrs John Fox, Jr. 
Miss Elizabeth Hoyt 
Mrs. F. B. Porter, Jr. 



SECRETARY'S REPORT 

The Junior Guild has continued to support a bed in the Girl's 
East Ward and given, as usual, to the Endowment, Potato, Ice 
Cream and Fruit Funds, and also to the Building Fund. The 
children were each given a filled stocking at Christmas and ice 
cream at Easter. 

At a concert held on March 31st, $791.50 was cleared. 

Respectfully submitted, 

V. H. Benedict, 

Secretary. 

MISCELLANEOUS DONATIONS 

NOVEMBER, 1912. 
Apples for entire Hospital for Thanksgiving Guild 

DECEMBER, 1912. 
Fifteen pairs of stockings, filled Guild 

JANUARY, 1913. 

Four dozen bibs Guild 

Six dozen diapers Guild 

Three dozen Nightgowns Guild 

Three dozen under vests Guild 

One dozen pairs of drawers • Guild 

One dozen small dresses • Guild 

Three dozen pairs of stockings Guild 

FEBRUARY, 1913. 
Five dollars Mrs. HoUistet 

MARCH, 1913. 

Easter toys Miss Hoyt 

Ice cream Guild 



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TWELFTH ANNUAL REPORT 

OF THB 

BOYS' GUILD 

AND 

The Social Service Committee 

OF THB 

126 East 59th Street. 



(Bttittve, 

President, 

Mrs. EDWARD P. YORK. 

Secretary, 

Mrs. JOHN HOWELLS. 

Secretary pro tern., 

Mrs. KEYES WINTER. 

Treasurer, 

Miss HILDA L. G. LOCKWOOD. 



IVIrs. Berne H. Evans. Mrs. John M. Morice. 

Mrs- John Howells. Miss Minnie Stursberg. 

Mrs. Percy K. Hudson. Mrs. Louis Watjen. 

Miss Hilda Lockwood. Mrs. Keyes Winter. 

Miss Evelyn Macdonald. Mrs. Edward P. York. 



Junfar Mtmbna 

Muriel C. Clark. Kent Leavitt. 

Arven Cornell. Carola Winter. 

William White Howells. John Keyes Winter. 

John Mead Howells. Clarinda York. 

Elizabeth Knapp. Frederick E. Gignoux. 

John Arnold Knapp. Marie Gignoux. 
Gordon Leavitt. 

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SECRETARY'S REPORT 



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The Social Service Committee is pleased to report that by 
March, 1913, they raised the $1,000 necessary for the salary 
of another visiting nurse for the Hospital. 

On April 1st, Miss Creelman was added to the staff at a 
salary of $75 a month, with the understanding that she was to 
live outside, but have her lunches at the Hospital, and that 
she was to pay the necessary car fare for her visits. Her duties 
have been to visit the homes of the sick patients every day, except 
Sundays and one afternoon each week. She has made from 240 
to 250 visits each month and at each visit renders such pro- 
fessional and social service as the case requires, reporting the 
same to the Hospital. 

The Committee was also able to contribute to the Emergency 
Fund of the Hospital, and on the whole, we think that we have 
accomplished a good deal in one year. 

We have had most generous help from friends of the Hos- 
pital and those interested in the work and the following is a 
list of those who have made it possible, by their kindly and very 
substantial generosity, for us to accomplish so much: 



Mrs. Charles B. Alexander. 
Miss Elizabeth Achelis. 
Miss Cora Brown. 
Mr. Vernon H. Brown. 
Mrs. Walter Bennet. 
Mrs. Briton X. Busch. 
Mr. Stephen Brown. 
Mrs. Joseph P. Cotton, Jr. 
Mrs- Berne H. Evans. 
Mrs. James Dickson. 
Mrs. Moses Hopkins. 
Mrs. Hoerninghaus. 
Mrs. John Howells. 
Mrs. Wm. W. Herrick. 
Miss Louisa Iselin. 
Mrs. Morris K. Jesup. 
Mrs. Arnold Knapp. 
Mrs. Frederick Kammerer. 
Mrs. Irwin Laughlin. 
Mrs. George Lander. 
Mrs. Charles Lanier. 
Mrs. Herbert H. Lehman. 
Miss Anne T. Morgan. 



Mrs. George Mosle. 

Mr. M. A. Mosle. 
Mrs. John H. Morice. 
Mrs. C. Frederick Mosle. 
:Mrs. Payson McL- :\Ierrill. 
Mrs. William C. Osborn. 
Mr. Pyne. 
Mrs. H. R. Pratt. 
Mrs. Douglas Robinson- 
Mr. George A. Reussens. 
Mrs. C. G. Stoddard. 
Mrs. Reinhardt Siedenburg. 
Mrs. Taber Sears. 
Mrs. Charles L- Tiffany. 
Mrs. Willis D. Wood. 
Mrs. Keyes Winter. 
Mr. Fred DeWitt Wells. 
Mr. Henry Willink. 
Mrs. Isaac Wheaton. 
Mrs. Howard F- Whitney. 
Mrs. George W. Wickersham. 
Mrs. Edward P. York. 
Mrs. A. Murray Young. 



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NEW YORK ORTHOPEDIC 
DISPENSARY AND HOSPITAL. 

No. 126 EAST 59th STREET, 
Between Fourth and Lexington Aves. 



Open from 1.30 to 3.30 P. M. (Sundays and Legal Holidays excepted) 
for the Reception and Treatment of Patients. 



Objects of the Institution. — "To furnish treatment to the poor with 
special reference to the Diseases and Deformities of the Spine and the 
Hip Joints and other of the more serious diseases of the bones and joints 
requiring surgical and mechanical treatment, and for giving instruction in 
the same." AH cases of deformity, besides those mentioned, including 
Club Foot, Lateral Curvature of the Spine, Infantile Paralysis, Bow-Legs, 
etc., are received and treated. 

Rules Go\^rning the Admission of Patients to the Dispensary 
Department. — Professional services are rendered gratuitously. Those 
who can afford to do so are expected to reimburse the Institution for the 
actual cost of apparatus. Payment for apparatus is received in mstall- 
ments, if required. Apparatus, however, is never sold to patients or others 
— the Institution reserving the right to remove the apparatus and dis- 
charge any patient not complying with the directions of the Surgeons. 
Apparatus will not be supplied in any case that does not come under the 
immediate care of the Institution. 

Rules Governing the Admission of Patients to the Hospital 
Department. — Any suitable Orthopredic case between the ages of four and 
fourteen may be admitted. (Subject to exceptions in special cases.) 
Board, $4.00 per week. Application for admission may be made to the 
Surgeon to the Hospital during the regular Dispensary hours. 

Rules Governing the Admission of Patients to the Country 
Branch and Industrial School. — Applications for admission to this 
Hospital is made through the City Hospital, and only patients who are 
under treatment at the City Hospital will be admitted to the Country 
Branch. 

The Medical Profession and the public generally are invited to visit 
the Institution. 

The Institution is supported by the contributions of the benevolent. 
Contributions, which are earnestly solicited, may be sent to the Treasurer. 



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