Associate members of the United States Sanitary Commission meeting in Boston [electronic resource] : Address to the public. : The United States Sanitary Commission was appointed by the War Department to aid and co-operate with the medical bureau, in providing for the sanitary interests of the new raised volunteer forces. ...
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- Boston, Mass., December 5th, 1861. Rev. Sir,--Permit me to invoke your aid ...
- "The epecial [sic] object of this address is to make known the organization of the associated members in this neighborhood, for the purpose of aiding the United States Sanitary Commission, and to call upon the public for assistance."--p. 2., Title from caption and first lines of text., At head of title: Boston, Mass., December 5th, 1861. Rev. Sir,--Permit me to invoke your aid to draw the attention of your society to our plan to direct, systematize, and make effective the benevolence and patriotic feeling of New England. ..., Signed on p. 4: At a meeting of the Associate Members of the United States Sanitary Commission held at the Common Council Room in Boston, on Wednesday, November 27th, 1861, the above address to the public, presented by Dr. Holmes from the committee on addresses, was accepted, and ordered to be printed. Boston, December 2, 1861. E.H. Derby, chairman. G.S. Hillard, secretary., Includes "Description of articles most wanted.", and AVAILABLE ONLINE TO AUTHORIZED PSU USERS.
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