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1916 Aug. 15. Unknown birthday party in charge of Miss Reynolds.

Cake, sandwiches and cocoa served; 90 girls

attended. Aug. 16. Annual laundry and bakery picnic; 96 girls. Sand

wiches, potato salad, ice cream, cake and coffee

served.
26. August birthday party in charge of Mrs. Havens.

Cake, sandwiches and coffee served.
Main and Family girls had their usual picnic; also

front dining room girls.
Sept. 20. Annual field day. Peanuts and apples served.
Sept. 27. Garden girls' picnic. 108 attended.
Sept. 30. Birthday party in charge of Mrs. Wright.
Oct.

Honor party.
Oct.

Birthday party.
Nov. 3. Musical entertainment. Colored people.
Nov. 10. Musical entertainment. Swiss people.
Nov. 25. Birthday party.
Nov.

Thanksgiving service, as usual.
Dec. 24. Special Christmas service -- Protestant.
Dec. 25. Special Christmas Service - Catholic.

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Dec. 25. Distribution of gifts and special dinner.
Dec. 25. Visiting from 2:30 to 4:30 P. M.
Dec 26. Cantata. "Around the Manger."
Dec. 30. Birthday party in charge of Miss Palmer.
Dec.

All honor girls allowed to go down street to see the

stores and do their Christmas shopping. 1917 Jan. 2. Christmas cantata "Around the Manger” repeated

to the public. 16. Honor party. Apples and popcorn served. Jan.

Birthday party. Feb. 17. Masquerade party. Feb. 23. Birthday party. Feb.

Part of the girls went for a sleigh ride. March 23. Minstrel show. About 100 girls taking part. March 26. Minstrel show repeated for the public.

Jan.

1917
March Birthday party in charge of Miss Rubery.
April 6. -

Easter services - Catholic.
April 6. Easter services - Protestant.
April 29. Birthday party.
May 26. Birthday party.
May 31. May Day exercises.
June

Birthday party.
June 29. Honor party.

During the year the elevated water tank has been completed and put in commission.

The new cottage has been completed and partially occupied. This will increase our capacity by 120.

The new hospital is practically completed, and will be in commission before the expiration of the next fiscal year, increasing our capacity further by 75.

The addition to the boiler house and alterations in the heating system have been made, and when completed will give us a very up-to-date plant.

The ever increasing number of delinquents coming to us increases our problems of management and discipline; and yet we believe that with proper additional buildings for this class they may be cared for here as well as anywhere.

We are again much indebted to your Board for advice and support in our work, and to the various State departments for their continued assistance. And we are especially grateful to the faithful officers and employees, whose faithful and diligent service makes the work here possible.

Respectfully submitted,

ETHAN A. NEVIN,

Superintendent.

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Allegany.
Broome.
Cattaraugus
Cayuga.
Chautauqua.
Chemung.
Chenango.
Clinton.
Columbia.
Cortland.
Delaware
Dutchess.
Erie...
Essex.
Franklin.
Fulton.
Genesee.
Greene.
Hamilton.
Herkimer.
Jefferson.
Kings.
Lewis..
Livingston.
Madison..
Monroe..
Montgomery.
Nassau.
New York.
Niagara.
Oneida.
Onondaga.
Ontario.
Orange
Orleans.
Oswego.
Otsego.
Putnam.
Queens.
Rensselaer.
Richmond.
Rockland.
St. Lawrence.
Saratoga...
Schenectady
Schuyler.
Schoharie.
Seneca..
Steuben.
Suffolk.
Sullivan
Tioga.
Tompkins..
Ulster.
Warren.
Washington
Wayne.
Westchester.
Wyoming
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Canada ..
Connecticut
Denmark.
District of Columbia..
England.
France.
Germany
Georgia .
Hungary.
Ireland...
Illinois ..
Italy.
Louisiana..
Massachusetts
Michigan ..
New Zealand

16 North Dakota
1 Nova Scotia
9 New Jersey
3 New York
2 Ohio..
1 Panama
5 Pennsylvania ..
2 Russia
17 Roumania.
1 Scotland ..
1 South America
8 Sweden ..
1 Switzerland.
3 Vermont.
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1 United States (state not
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1 Unknown .

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Both United States...
Father New York; mother United States.
Mother New York; father United States.
Both foreign
Father foreign; mother United States.
Mother foreign ; father United States.
Unknown ..
Father unknown; mother United States.
Mother unknown; father United States.
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