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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.
Genealogy. (n.d.) Indiana Archives and Record Administration. Retrieved from https://www.in.gov/iara/3017.htm