|James E. West, organizer of the White House conference for the Care of Dependent Children16|
|Charles Loring Brace, founder of the New York Children's Aid Society66|
|Rabbi Samuel Wolfenstein, superintendent of the Cleveland Jewish Orphan Asylum108|
|A party of orphan train passengers about to set out from the New York Juvenile Asylum126|
|Faculty, Minnesota State Public School at Owatonna, ca. 1886, with Superintendent Galen Merrill159|
|Buildings and grounds of the Minnesota State Public School, Owatonna166|
|Elizabeth Cabot Putnam, organizer of the Massachusetts Auxiliary Visitors and Trustee of the Monson State Primary School178|
|Orphan train riders, en route to new homes, at a stop in Kansas220|
|Charles W. Birtwell, General Secretary of the Boston Children's Aid Society234|
|New arrivals at the Boston Home for Catholic Children323|
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Publication information: Book title: Building the Invisible Orphanage:A Prehistory of the American Welfare System. Contributors: Matthew A. Crenson - Author. Publisher: Harvard University Press. Place of publication: Cambridge, MA. Publication year: 1998. Page number: ix.
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