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I am particularly grateful to Mme. Florence Greffe and the staff of the Archives de l'Assistance Publique for their generous help. Mme. Greffe also graciously secured permission from the family of the late Dr. Albert Dupoux to enable me to use some previously published material. I owe special words of appreciation to Mme. Demeulenaere-Douyère of the Archives de la Ville de Paris et Département de la Seine. Not only did she grant me access to all the records of the thousands of abandoned children of Paris and advise me of the most valuable record books, but she also was considerate in enabling me to work comfortably with the century-old material.
Not only did she grant me access to all the records of the thousands of abandoned children of Paris and advise me of the most valuable record books, but she also was considerate in enabling me to work comfortably with the century-old material. Closer to home, the staffs of Indiana University and Purdue University libraries provided much assistance. I especially wish to thank Ruth Rothenberg and her talented searchers at Purdue University's Interlibrary Loan department who spent much time and effort in locating and obtaining materials.
Entrance to l'Hôpital Saint Vincent-de-Paul, 1977. 149 13. Chapel of l'Hôpital Saint Vincent-de-Paul, 1977. 150 14. Main building of l'Hôpital Saint Vincent-de-Paul, 1977. 151 15. Courtyard of l'Hôpital Saint Vincent-de-Paul with inhabitants of the institution, 1977. 152 16. Courtyard of l'Hôpital Saint Vincent-de-Paul with statue of St. Vincent in center, 1977. 153 17. Voiture servant au transport des nourrices de l'Hospice des Enfants Trouvés de Paris, by Henri Pottin. 179 18. Un départ de nourrices pour la province.
Abandoned children: foundlings and child welfare in nineteenth-century France by Rachel G. Fuchs