Children's Homes and Institutions in New York, USA

(With date of foundation date, operator, number of male/female places, age for admission, and types of children received where known.)

  • St Vincent's Female Orphan Asylum, 106 Elm Street, Albany
    (1817; Sisters of Charity; Orphan and destitute girls under 16; 175F)
  • St Vincent's Male Orphan Asylum, 391 Western Ave, Albany
    (1854; Brothers of the Christian Schools; Orphan, destitute, and wayward boys; 92M)
  • Holy Cross House, 72 Orange Street, Albany
    (1903; Sisters of Charity; Abandoned and friendless children; 8M/11F)
  • House of Detention, 80 Howard Street, Albany
    (1902; Mohawk and Hudson River Humane Society; Delinquent and neglected children; 7M/6F)
  • Frances Elliott Austin Infants' Home, 95 Elm Street, Albany
    (1909; Private corporation (Episcopal); Orphan and destitute infants; 15M/11F)
  • St Francis de Sales Asylum, Clinton and Catherine Streets, Albany
    (1886; Sisters of Charity; Orphan and abandoned children under 6; 34M/14F)
  • St Margaret's House, Hawk and Elk Streets, Albany
    (1883; Corning Foundation; Orphan, homeless, and other infants; 30M/16F)
  • Albany Orphan Asylum, New Scotland and South Lake Avenues, Albany
    (1829; Private corporation; Destitute and dependent children; 103M/57F)
  • Children's Home, 81 Spring Street, Amsterdam
    (1883; Private corporation; Orphan and needy children; 20M/9F)
  • Cayuga Asylum for Destitute Children, 66 Owasco Street, Auburn
    (1852; Private corporation; Homeless and destitute children from 2 to 12; 26M/26F)
  • Davenport Home for Female Orphan Children, Bath
    (1863; Private corporation; Orphan girls from 5 to 9; 70F)
  • St Mary's Orphan Home, Chestnut Street, Binghampton
    (1878; Protestant Episcopal Church; Orphan and destitute children; 88M/75F)
  • Susquehanna Valley Home, Home Avenue, Binghampton
    (1869; Private corporation; Orphan and indigent children; 99M/56F)
  • Asylum of the Sisters of St Dominic, Blauvelt
    (1878; Sisters of St Dominic; Destitute and neglected children; 285M/358F)
  • Suffolk County Children's Home, Yaphank P.O., Brook Haven L.I.
    (1879; County of Suffolk; Destitute children; 36M/22F)
  • St Vincent's Female Orphan Asylum, 1138 Ellicott Street, Buffalo
    (1848; Sisters of Charity; Homeless girls; 191F)
  • St Mary's Infant Asylum, 126 Edward Street, Buffalo
    (1852; Sisters of Charity; Orphan children under 5; 46M/56F)
  • Children's Aid Society's Boys' Home, 261 Delaware Avenue, Buffalo
    (1870; Buffalo Children's Aid Society; Working boys from 10 to 18; 70M)
  • St Agnes Training School for Girls, 3233 Main Street, Buffalo
    (1907; Sisters of Our Lady of Charity of Refuge; Delinquent girls; 64F)
  • Working Boys' Home of the Sacred Heart, 35 Niagara Square, Buffalo
    (1890; Protestant Episcopal Church; Homeless working boys; 47M)
  • Buffalo Orphan Asylum, 403 Virginia Street, Buffalo
    (1837; Private corporation; Orphan and destitute children; 55M/69F)
  • German Roman Catholic Orphan Asylum, 664 Dodge Street, Buffalo
    (1874; Sisters of Third Order of St Francis; Orphan and destitute children; 205M/145F)
  • LutheranSt John's Orphan Home, Mineral Springs Road (West Seneca), Buffalo
    (1864; Lutheran churches of Buffalo and vicinity; Orphan and homeless children from 2 to 12; 45M/33F)
  • Immaculate Heart of Mary Asylum, William and Kennedy Streets (East Buffalo, P.O.), Buffalo
    (1895; Felician Sisters of St Francis; Orphan and destitute children; 154M/110F)
  • Ontario Orphan Asylum, Main Street, Canandaigua
    (1863; Private corporation; Orphan and destitute children; 37M/23F)
  • Charlton Industrial Farm School, Charlton
    (1896; Private corporation; Homeless and wayward boys; 31M)
  • St Agatha Home for Children, Nanuet P.O., Clarkstown
    (1885; Sisters of Charity (St Vincent de Paul); Orphan and destitute children; 239M/286F)
  • Orphan House of the Holy Saviour, 3 Beaver Street, Cooperstown
    (1870; Protestant Episcopal Church; Orphan and destitute children; 34M/37F)
  • King's Daughters' Home for Children, Cortland
    (1906; King's Daughters; Orphan and homeless children; 25M/14F)
  • 240 Port Watson Street, St Christopher's Home, Donns Ferry
    (1881; Methodist Episcopal Church; Dependent and destitute children; 50M/76F)
  • St Mary's Home and School, 319 Washington Avenue, Dunkirk
    (1858; Protestant Episcopal Church; Orphan and destitute children; 40M/42F)
  • Southern Tier Orphans' Home, 300 Franklin Street, Elmira
    (1868; Private corporation; Dependent children from 2 to 16; 22M/9F)
  • George Junior Republic, Freeville
    (1895; Private corporation; Destitute, neglected, and delinquent children; 102M/54F)
  • House of St Giles the Cripple, Garden City L.I.
    (1890; Protestant Episcopal Church; Cripple children; 28M/20F)
  • Geny Homes (Orphanage Dept.), Gerry
    (1886; Free Methodist Church; Orphan and homeless destitute children; 32M/33F)
  • St Mary of the Angels, Hartsdale
    (1887; Sisters of Misericorde; Destitute children; 105M/98F)
  • New York Orphanage, Hastings Upon Hudson
    (1806; Orphan Asylum Society in the City of New York; Destitute orphan children; 120M/105F)
  • Hawthorne School, Hawthorne
    (1902; Jewish Protectory and Aid Society; Delinquent Jewish boys; 301M)
  • St John's Protectory, Hicksville L.I.
    (1890; Roman Catholic Orphan Asylum Society of Brooklyn; Friendless Catholic boys; 125M)
  • Hudson Orphan Asylum, 400 State Street, Hudson
    (1843; Private corporation; Destitute children; 29M/8F)
  • Ithaca Children's Home, 518 West Seneca Street, Ithaca
    (1885; Private corporation; Orphan and destitute children; 9M/9F)
  • Gustavus Adolphus Orphans' Home, Jamestown
    (1883; Lutheran Augustana Synod; Orphan and destitute children; 34M/27F)
  • Industrial Home of the City of Kingston, East Chester Street, Kingston
    (1876; Private organization; Homeless children; 19M/16F)
  • St Johnland Home, Kinos Park L.I.
    (1866; Society of St Johnland; Orphan and friendless children; 51M/34F)
  • St Joseph's Male Orphan Asylum, Ridge Road, Lackawanna
    (1849; Sisters of St Joseph; Orphan boys; 228M)
  • St John's Protectory, Ridge Road, Lackawanna
    (1864; Society for the Protection of Destitute Catholic Children; Homeless and destitute boys from 7 to 14; 515M)
  • Our Lady of Victory Infant Home, Lackawanna
    (1908; Sisters of St Joseph; Foundlings, and orphan and homeless children; 187M/125F)
  • Home for the Friendless, Lake Avenue, Lockport
    (1871; Private corporation; Homeless and orphan children under 16; 33M/35F)
  • Children's Home, Ridge Street, Middletown
    (1881; County of Orange; Dependent children; 17M/6F)
  • Children's Home, Willis Avenue, Mineola L.I.
    (1884; Private corporation; Orphan and homeless children; 42M/21F)
  • Warthurg Orphans' Farm School, East Lincoln Avenue, Mount Vernon
    (1864; Private corporation (Lutheran); Orphan children from 4 to 10; 142M/115F)
  • 100 East 23rd Street, New York City (Bronx/Manhattan)
    (1875; New York Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children; Destitute and neglected children; 40M+F)
  • Institution of Mercy, 1075 Madison Avenue, New York City (Bronx/Manhattan)
    (1846; Sisters of Mercy; Orphan and indigent children; 450M/412F)
  • St Joseph's Home for Girls, 1075 Madison Avenue, New York City (Bronx/Manhattan)
    (By 1910; Sisters of Mercy; Girls from 2 to 16)
  • Protestant Half Orphan Asylum, 110 Manhattan Avenue, New York City (Bronx/Manhattan)
    (1835; Private corporation; Protestant half-orphan children; 94M/63F)
  • Darrach Home for Crippled Children, 118 West One hundred and fourth Street, New York City (Bronx/Manhattan)
    (1899; Private corporation; Crippled children; 9M/11F)
  • Newsboys' Lodging House, 14 New Chambers Street, New York City (Bronx/Manhattan)
    (1854; Children's Aid Society; Homeless working boys; 118M)
  • Home for Destitute Crippled Children, 141 West Sixty-first Street, New York City (Bronx/Manhattan)
    (1903; Private corporation; Destitute crippled children; 11M/11F)
  • New York Nursery and Child's Hospital (Boarding-cut Department), 161 West Sixty-first Street, New York City (Bronx/Manhattan)
    (1854; Private corporation; Homeless and Indigent children)
  • Orphans' Home and Asylum, 168 Convent Avenue, New York City (Bronx/Manhattan)
    (1852; Private corporation; Orphan children; 36M/47F)
  • Juvenile Asylum, 176th Street, New York City (Bronx/Manhattan)
    (1851; New York Juvenile Asylum; Truant and disobedient children, under or from a magistrate, or legally surrendered by their parents or guardians.; 960M+F; From 7-15 years)
  • Asylum of St Vincent de Paul, 215 West Thirty-ninth Street, New York City (Bronx/Manhattan)
    (1858; Sisters Marianites of Holy Cross; Destitute orphan children; 69M/118F)
  • Howard Mission, 225 East Eleventh Street, New York City (Bronx/Manhattan)
    (1860; Private corporation; Orphan and neglected children; 8M/7F)
  • Forty-fourth Street Boys' Lodging House, 247 East Forty-fourth Street, New York City (Bronx/Manhattan)
    (1876; Children's Aid Society; Homeless boys; 88M)
  • Home for the Friendless, 32 East 30th Street, New York City (Bronx/Manhattan)
    (1834; American Female Guardian Society and Home for the Friendless; Friendless and destitute girls between 3 and 14; boys between 3 and 10.; 180M+F; From 3-14 years)
  • Dominican Convent of Our Lady of the Rosary, 329 East Sixty-third Street, New York City (Bronx/Manhattan)
    (1876; Sisters of St Dominic; Dependent children; 361M/213F)
  • Home for Crippled Children, 3740 Broadway, New York City (Bronx/Manhattan)
    (1893; Sisters of the Annunciation (Episcopal); Crippled and incurable girls; 24F)
  • Mission of the Immaculate Virgin, 375 Lafayette Street, New York City (Bronx/Manhattan)
    (1870; Mission of the Immaculate Virgin for the Protection of Homeless and Destitute Children; Homeless and destitute children)
  • St Philip's Home for Industrious Boys, 417 Broome Street, New York City (Bronx/Manhattan)
    (1902; New York Catholic Protectory; Dependent boys; 37M)
  • Five Points House of Industry, 442 West Twenty-third Street, New York City (Bronx/Manhattan)
    (1850; Private corporation; Dependent children from 2 to 14; 152M/90F)
  • William H. Davis Free Industrial School for Crippled Children, 471 West Fifty-seventh Street, New York City (Bronx/Manhattan)
    (1900; Private corporation; Crippled children; 30M/25F)
  • Sheltering Arms, 504 West One hundred and twenty-ninth Street, New York City (Bronx/Manhattan)
    (1864; Private corporation; Homeless children; 73M/103F)
  • House of Reception, 61 West thirteenth Street, New York City (Bronx/Manhattan)
    (1851; New York Juvenile Asylum; Truant and disobedient children, under or from a magistrate, or legally surrendered by their parents or guardians.; From 7-14 years)
  • Home for the Friendless, 936 Woody Crest Avenue, New York City (Bronx/Manhattan)
    (1834; American Female Guardian Society and Home for the Friendless; Orphan and homeless children; 96M/99F)
  • Hebrew Orphan Asylum, Amsterdam Avenue and One hundred and thirty-seventh Street, New York City (Bronx/Manhattan)
    (1860; Private organization; Orphan end dependent children from 5 to 12; 714M/491F)
  • Messiah Home for Children, East One hundred and seventy-seventh Street and Aqueduct Avenue, New York City (Bronx/Manhattan)
    (1885; Private corporation; Children of self-supporting parents)
  • Eighty-eighth Street, between 4th and 5th Avenues, New York City (Bronx/Manhattan)
    (1833; Now York Magdalen Benevolent Society; Fallen women who desire to return to the paths of virtue; 60M+F)
  • St Joseph's Asylum, Eighty-ninth Street and Avenue A, New York City (Bronx/Manhattan)
    (1857; School Sisters of Notre Dame; Orphan children from 2 to 16; 483M/264F)
  • Sevilla Home for Children, Hunt's Point (Bronx), New York City (Bronx/Manhattan)
    (1889; Private corporation; Indigent girls from 5 to 10; 61F)
  • Hebrew Sheltering Guardian Society of N.Y. Orphan Asylum, One hundred and fiftieth Street And Broadway, New York City (Bronx/Manhattan)
    (1879; Hebrew Sheltering Guardian Society; Orphan and destitute children; 408M/288F)
  • Hebrew Infant Asylum, One hundred and sixty-first Street and Eagle Avenue, New York City (Bronx/Manhattan)
    (1895; Private corporation; Orphan and destitute children under 5; 74M/65F)
  • House of Refuge, Randall's Island, New York City (Bronx/Manhattan)
    (1824; Now York Magdalen Benevolent Society; Juvenile delinquents on commitment by a magistrate only; 750M/250F)
  • Roman Catholic Orphan Asylum, Sedgwick Ave. and Kingsbridge Road, New York City (Bronx/Manhattan)
    (1817; Board of Managers, Roman Catholic Orphan Asylum; Orphan children; 526M/471F)
  • Colored Orphan Asylum, West Two hundred and fifty-ninth Street (Riverdale-on-Hudson), New York City (Bronx/Manhattan)
    (1837; Private corporation; Destitute children; 178M/125F)
  • New York Catholic Protectory, Westchester P.O., New York City (Bronx/Manhattan)
    (1863; Roman Catholic Church; Dependent and delinquent children; 1822M/525F)
  • Children's Society (Receiving Home), 105 Schermerhom Street, New York City (Brooklyn)
    (1880; Brooklyn Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children; Destitute, neglected, and delinquent children; 16M/20F)
  • Brooklyn Orphan Asylum, 1435 Atlantic Avenue, New York City (Brooklyn)
    (1833; Private corporation; Orphan and destitute children; 61M/56F)
  • Brooklyn Training School and Home for Young Girls, 1483 Pacific Street, New York City (Brooklyn)
    (1889; Private corporation; Destitute girls from 12 to 16; 63F)
  • Brooklyn Baptist Orphanage, 1502 Coney Island Avenue, New York City (Brooklyn)
    (1893; Private corporation(Baptist); Orphan and neglected children; 13M/9F)
  • Orphan Home of the Dominican Nuns, 153 Graham Avenue, New York City (Brooklyn)
    (1868; Sisters of St Dominic; Orphan, neglected, and indigent children; 112M/90F)
  • Brooklyn Howard Colored Orphan Asylum, 1550 Dean Street, New York City (Brooklyn)
    (1868; Private corporation; Orphan and destitute children from 2 to 16; 143M/112F)
  • Sheltering Arms Nursery, 157 Dean Street, New York City (Brooklyn)
    (1870; Protestant Episcopal Church; Destitute children over 1 month old; 43M/35F)
  • Home for Destitute Children, 217 Sterling Place, New York City (Brooklyn)
    (1854; Private corporation; Destitute children; 93M/74F)
  • Convent of the Sisters of Mercy, 273 Willoughby Avenue, New York City (Brooklyn)
    (1855; Sisters of Mercy; Destitute children and homeless mothers with infants; 503M/986F)
  • Brooklyn Hebrew Orphan Asylum, 373 Ralph Avenue, New York City (Brooklyn)
    (1878; Private corporation; Orphan and destitute children; 297M/208F)
  • St John's Home, 992St Mark's Avenue, New York City (Brooklyn)
    (1834; Roman Catholic Orphan Asylum Society of Brooklyn; Destitute Catholic boys; 1270M)
  • Orphan House, Albany Avenue and Herkimer Street, New York City (Brooklyn)
    (1852; Protestant Episcopal Church; Orphan children; 54M/52F)
  • St Malachy's Home, Atlantic and Van Siclen Avenues, New York City (Brooklyn)
    (1876; Sisters of St Joseph; Dependent children; 197M/152F)
  • St Paul's Industrial School, Congress and Clinton Streets, New York City (Brooklyn)
    (1839; Roman Catholic Orphan Asylum Society of Brooklyn; Catholic orphan girls)
  • Kalman Scandinavian Orphanage, Sixty-seventh Street and Eighteenth Avenue, New York City (Brooklyn)
    (1897; Private corporation; Scandinavian orphan and indigent children; 34M/34F)
  • Angel Guardian Home, Twelfth Avenue and Sixty-fourth Street, New York City (Brooklyn)
    (By 1910; Sisters of Mercy; Destitute children)
  • St Joseph's Female Orphan Asylum, Willoughby and Sumner Avenues, New York City (Brooklyn)
    (1873; Roman Catholic Orphan Asylum Society of Brooklyn; Catholic orphan girls; 605F)
  • Ottilie Orphan Asylum, Kaplan and Degraw Avenues, Jamaica, L.I., New York City (Queens)
    (1892; Private corporation (German Reformed and Presbyterian); Orphan and dependent children; 49M/60F)
  • Bethlehem Orphans' Home, Second Avenue, College Point L.I., New York City (Queens)
    (1886; Private corporation (Lutheran); Orphan children; 63M/61F)
  • St Michael's Home, 424 West Thirty-fourth Street, Green Ridge S.I. (office), New York City (Richmond)
    (1884; Presentation nuns; Destitute Roman Catholic children under 16; 62M/91F)
  • Home for Seamen's Children, Castleton Avenue, New Brighton S.I., New York City (Richmond)
    (1846; Society for the Relief of Destitute Children; Seamen's destitute children from 2 to 10; 54M/58F)
  • Richmond County S.P.C.C. Home, Castleton Avenue, New Brighton S.I., New York City (Richmond)
    (1880; Richmond County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children; Ill-treated children, pending court action; 153M+F)
  • St Joseph's Home for Boys, Pleasant Plains P.O., Mount Loretto S.I., New York City (Richmond)
    (By 1910; Mission of the Immaculate Virgin; Homeless and destitute boys; 1106M)
  • St Elizabeth's Home for Girls, Prince Bay P.O., Mount Loretto S.I., New York City (Richmond)
    (By 1910; Mission of the Immaculate Virgin; Homeless and destitute girls; 495F)
  • Newburgh Home for the Friendless, 165 Montgomery Street, Newburgh
    (1861; Private corporation; Orphan and needy children; 15M/13F)
  • Children's Home, High Street, Newburgh
    (1885; City of Newburgh; Dependent children; 21M/18F)
  • United Helpers' Home, 250 State Street, Ogdensburg
    (1898; Society of United Helpers; Orphan, destitute, and homeless children; 22M/16F)
  • Oswego Orphan Asylum, Ellen Street, Oswego
    (1852; Private corporation; Orphan, delinquent, and homeless children; 14M/17F)
  • St Francis' Home, Syracuse Avenue, Oswego
    (1895; Sisters of the Third Order of St Francis; Orphan and homeless children; 32M/35F)
  • St Joseph's Home, 250 South Street, Peekskill
    (1869; Sisters of the Third Order of St Francis; Orphan and neglected children; 624M/494F)
  • Noyes Memorial Home for Convalescent and Incurable Children., 636 Main Street, Peekskill
    (1889; Sisters of St Mary (Episcopal); Convalescent and incurable children; 9M/11F)
  • St Ann's Home for Destitute Children, Mount Florence, Peekskill
    (1857; Sisters of the Good Shepherd; Destitute, orphan, and indigent girls; 401F)
  • Peterboro Home, Peterboro
    (1871; Private corporation; Neglected children; 26M/22F)
  • Home for the Friendless, 9 Broad Street, Plattsburg
    (1874; Private corporation; Destitute and neglected children; 14M/16F)
  • Brooklyn Home for Blind, Crippled, and Defective Children, Port Jefferson L.I.
    (1907; Daughters of Wisdom; Mentally and physically defective children under 16; 85M/81F)
  • St Mary's Home, 58 Ball Street, Port Jervis
    (1875; Sisters of Charity; Orphan and destitute children; 74M/84F)
  • Home for the Friendless, 91 South Hamilton Street, Poughkeepsie
    (1847; Private corporation; Orphan and homeless children; 25M/20F)
  • Children's Home, Randolph
    (1878; Western New York Society for the Protection of Homeless and Dependent Children; Homeless and dependent children; 73M/45F)
  • St Margaret's Home, Red Hook
    (1854; Protestant Episcopal Church; Orphan girls; 13F)
  • St John's Orphan Asylum, Lawrence Street, Rensselaer
    (1871; Sisters of Mercy; Orphan and destitute children; 41M/30F)
  • Rochester Orphan Asylum, 1183 Monroe Avenue, Rochester
    (1837; Private corporation; Orphan and destitute children; 67M/53F)
  • St Patrick's Orphan Girls' Asylum, 160 Clifton Street, Rochester
    (1841; Sisters of St Joseph; Orphan and destitute girls and infants; 5M/133F)
  • St Joseph's Orphan Asylum, 305 Andrews Street, Rochester
    (1854; Sisters of Notre Dame; Orphan children; 68M/47F)
  • St Mary's Boys' Orphan Asylum, 409 West Avenue, Rochester
    (1864; Sisters of St Joseph; Orphan boys from 4 to 14; 205M)
  • Jewish Orphan Asylum, 924St Paul Street, Rochester
    (1880; Private corporation; Orphan and destitute children; 15M/11F)
  • St Malachy's Orphan Home, Rockaway Park L.I.
    (By 1910; Sisters of St Joseph; Dependent children)
  • St Benedict's Home for Destitute Colored Children, Rye
    (1886; Mission of the Immaculate Virgin; Destitute and homeless children; 63M/85F)
  • Hawley Home for Children, 64 Ludlow Street, Saratoga Springs
    (1888; Private corporation; Normal children from 3 to 10; 6M/6F)
  • St Christina Industrial School, Ballston Avenue, Saratoga Springs
    (1885; Sisters of the Holy Child (Episcopal); Girls who must become self-supporting; 48F)
  • Children's Home, 1216 State Street, Schenectady
    (1888; Private corporation; Orphan, homeless, neglected, or indigent children; 21M/14F)
  • Cherry Tree Home, South Main Street, Spring Valley
    (1895; SA; Orphan and destitute children; 47M/39F)
  • St Mary of the Angels Home, Syosset L.I.
    (By 1910; Sisters of Mercy; Homeless boys from 5 to 14)
  • Onondaga Orphans' Home, 1007 East Genesee Street, Syracuse
    (1839; Private corporation; Destitute and neglected children; 113M/79F)
  • St Vincent's Orphan Asylum, 120 Madison Street, Syracuse
    (1860; Sisters of Charity; Orphan, destitute, and abandoned girls from 2 to 14; 222F)
  • House of Providence, 1420 West Onondaga Street, Syracuse
    (1873; Sisters of Charity (St Vincent de Paul); Destitute and abandoned boys and boarders; 203M)
  • Home for Boys, Tarrytown
    (By 1910; Sisters of Mercy; Destitute boys from 2 to 16)
  • Watts de Peyster Industrial Home, Madalin P.O., Tivoli
    (1894; Woman's Home Missionary Society, M. E. Church; Orphan, homeless, and destitute girls; 58F)
  • St Vincent's Female Orphan Asylum, 180 Eighth Street, Troy
    (1848; Sisters of Charity (St Vincent de Paul); Destitute girls; 206F)
  • Humane Society Home, 77 Fourth Street, Troy
    (1897; Mohawk and Hudson River Humane Society; Delinquent and neglected children)
  • Catholic Male Orphan Asylum, Hanover and Bedford Streets, Troy
    (1852; Private corporation; Orphan and destitute boys; 244M)
  • Guardian Angel Home, Peoples Avenue and Eleventh Street, Troy
    (1908; Sisters of the Good Shepherd; Abandoned, neglected, and delinquent girls; 80F)
  • Troy Orphan Asylum, Spring Avenue, Troy
    (1833; Private corporation; Orphan and destitute children; 140M/104F)
  • St Joseph's Home, Thompson Street, Troy
    (1892; Sisters of St Joseph; Foundlings, and orphan and homeless children; 147M/121F)
  • House of the Good Shepherd, 709 Genesee Street, Utica
    (1872; Private corporation (Episcopal); Neglected and destitute children under 10; 77M/53F)
  • St John's Catholic Orphan Asylum, 80 John Street, Utica
    (1834; Sisters of Charity; Orphan and homeless girls from 5 to 16; 159F)
  • Utica Orphan Asylum, 975 Genesee Street, Utica
    (1830; Private corporation; Orphan and destitute children; 75M/73F)
  • St Joseph's Infant Home, Green and Addison Streets, Utica
    (1893; Sisters of Charity; Orphan and destitute infants; 68M/71F)
  • Jennie Clarkson Home for Children, Valhalla
    (1892; Private corporation; Orphan and dependent children; 28M/19F)
  • Brace Farm School, Valhalla
    (1893; Children's Aid Society; Homeless boys; 28M)
  • Hope Farm, One hundred and seventy-first Street and Fulton Avenue, N.Y. (office), Verbank
    (1906; Private corporation; Dependent children; 60M/86F)
  • Jefferson County Orphan Asylum, 506 Franklin Street, Watertown
    (1852; Private corporation; Orphan and homeless children; 39M/25F)
  • Fairview Home, Boght Road, R.D., Watervliet
    (1888; Private corporation; Orphan and homeless children from 9 to 16; 56M/34F)
  • St Colman's Industrial School and Orphan Asylum, Watervliet
    (1881; State of New York; Orphan children; 84M/94F)
  • Sacred Heart Orphan Asylum, Manresa, West Park
    (1889; Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart; Orphan and destitute girls; 227F)
  • Lake and Watts Orphan House, 463 Hawthorne Avenue, Yonkers
    (1838; Private corporation; Orphan children; 62M/24F)