The Society of The Friendly Sons and Daughters of St. Patrick for The Relief of Emigrants from Ireland

Since its inception in Philadelphia in 1771, the Society of The Friendly Sons and Daughters of Saint Patrick has been an active, vibrant organization within the Irish community. Members meet quarterly in the Philadelphia area to conduct Society business, share fellowship and experiences of common heritage. The Society has always been non-denominational, welcoming members from all religious backgrounds.
The Society exists to promote Irish culture, education and provide aid. It performs these duties in the form of scholarships and benevolence, as well as through events and activities. Digitized materials include: correspondence, programs, benevolence documentation, and publications. Digitization status: ongoing.

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Contains addresses, toasts, and speeches delivered at Society events or made by members about the Society.
Includes membership rolls.
Includes invitations, schedules, seating charts, and menus.
Contains memorial program and other related materials such as correspondence related to construction for statue in Logan Square, Philadelphia.  Digitization status: ongoing.