Crittenton Association Meeting at Mountain Lake Park, 1897.
Florence Crittenton Association.
SUMMER SCHOOL OF METHODS
Will be held at Mountain Lake Park from July 13th to July 19th, inclusive.
President, Chas. N. Crittenton.
Nat'l Supt., Kate Waller Barrett.
Treasurer, Franklin B. Waterman.
Secretary, Chas. S. Morton.
This association now numbers forty-seven homes, stretching from Boston to California. Every phase of Rescue Work is represented by them. There are
Homes for Working Girls.
To understand the work done by Florence Crittenton Mission is to know Rescue Work thoroughly.
The Summer School of Methods will consist of three services a day.
In the morning, at the first service, Routine Work of organizing and running institutions will be taken up.
The afternoon session, the Needs of Rescue Work and what has been accomplished, will be discussed.
The night services will be Evangelical in its character. Dr. Chas. N. Crittenton, the Veteran Rescue Worker, in his car, "Good News," accompanied by his secretary, Mr. Morton, and the sweet singer, Mr. Wallace, will take part, as also Mr. H. V. Wheeler, Mother Princelle and other well known workers along this line.
The program is in the hands of Mrs. Kate Waller Barrett, National Superintendent.
Rescue Workers, who will be at Mountain Lake Park at that time, are requested to correspond with her. Her address is
MRS. KATE WALLER BARRETT, 218 Third Street, N. W.,
Washington, D. C.
...(From Mountain Chautauqua, 1897).
Ruth Enlow Library, Oakland
23 x 10 cms
Mountain Lake Park Association
Mountain Lake Park (Md.); Garrett County (Md.), Pictorial works.
Garrett County (Md.), 1897.