McCullough Children's Home Visitors Register Entries (ExceL)
Compiled from the original register book
House at the Chapter Office
Compiled by chapter member, Judy Schmidt
Reform School Records
Boys’ and Girls’ Industrial Schools
In 1858, the State of Ohio opened a pioneering institution that would help transform the treatment of convicted minors nationwide. Today, records of these reform schools are at the Ohio History Collection, and its website offers a free index to them. Bob Hope spent some time in an Ohio Reform School: did your ancestor, too? (OGS News, Spring Issue 2016 pp 16-17-)
The following index covers girls’ from 1869-1943 and the boys’ from 1858-1944.
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