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Minutes of the organization and proceedings of the New England soldiers' relief association ... Printed for the association by New England Soldiers' Relief Association
DDC/LCC
  248 14 1862 1980
Report of the superintendent of the New England Soldiers' Relief Association, December, 1862 by New England Soldiers' Relief Association
LCC
  60 7 1862 1863
Final reports of the superintendent and treasurer of the New England Soldiers' Relief Association, February 1866 by New England Soldiers' Relief Association
LCC
  19 3 1866 1866
Report of the superintendent of the New England Soldiers' relief association, November 1863 by New England Soldiers' Relief Association
LCC
  15 2 1863 1863
Final reports of the superintendent and treasurer of the New England Soldiers' Relief Association by New England Soldiers' Relief Association
LCC
  12 2 1866 1866
New England Soldiers' Relief Association, 194 Broadway, New-York : New-York, March 27, 1865. Dear Sir: The large amount of aid rendered by this association, since its doors were first opened on the 9th of April, 1862, to the thousands of sick, wounded and suffering soldiers returning from the field of duty, and discharged volunteers on their way to their homes without means of shelter, has exhausted its funds and rendered it necessary to make this first public appeal for the indispensable means to continue its good work. . by New England Soldiers' Relief Association
LCC
  10 3 1865 1865
New England Soldiers' Relief Association : H.R. Warriner, president. J.B. Alvord, secretary. E.F. Houghton, superintendent. Head quarters, S.E. corner of Thirteenth and Chestnut Streets. This association, formed for the purpose of assisting the sick and wounded soldiers from the New England states, in the U.S. Army hospitals in this city ... desire that those who are interested in the subject should fully understand the method adopted to carry out this purpose. . by New England Soldiers' Relief Association
LCC
  10 2 1862 1862
Reports of the superintendent and treasurer of the New England Soldiers' Relief Association, 194 Broadway, New York : November, 1863. Founded by Sons of New England resident in New York, April 3, 1862 by New England Soldiers' Relief Association
LCC
  3 2 1863 1864
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