Dr. Abraham D. Kaplan, Professor of Social Science in the University of Colorado, has accepted the post of National Executive Director of the Denver Sheltering Home, according to word received at the New York office of that institution, 41 Union Square.
The Denver Sheltering Home takes care of about one hundred children whose parents have died of tuberculosis or are sick and unable to
take care of them, because of that disease. 500 children have already been educated and brought up to good manhood and womanhood under the care of this institution. The children in the Home come from different parts of the country, but most of them are from the East.
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