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The Board of State Charities and Correction served as an umbrella agency overseeing the many State Institutions and facilities in Indiana from 1888-1935. These institutions included: prisons and correctional facilities, state hospitals, eugenics exhibit, orphans and foster children, school for the blind, school for the deaf, county poor asylums and orphanages. To view a digitized version of the quarterly bulletins of Indiana charities and corrections click here.
Genealogy. (n.d.) Indiana Archives and Record Administration. Retrieved from https://www.in.gov/iara/3017.htm