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A Guide to the Ladies United Aid Society Collection

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Ladies United Aid Society Collection.pdf

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Title

A Guide to the Ladies United Aid Society Collection

Description

This is a guide to the Ladies United Aid Society Collection. The collection contains items relating to the Ladies United Aid Society and their members, including documents and a scrapbook. In 1893, the Ladies United Aid Society was founded as a benevolent organization when hospital care was not available to Roanoke’s African American community. The organization’s primary mission was to assist each of its members during times of sickness, misfortune and death.

Creator

The Ladies United Aid Society

Publisher

Roanoke Public Libraries

Contributor

Gainsboro Branch of Roanoke Public Libraries

Identifier

LadiesUnitedAidSocietyCollection

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Original Format

pdf

Citation

The Ladies United Aid Society, “A Guide to the Ladies United Aid Society Collection,” Virginia Room Digital Collection, accessed August 17, 2019, http://www.virginiaroom.org/digital/document/LadiesUnitedAidSocietyCollection.

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