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A Cozy Club for Street Boys
New York Tribune
THERE is a club for boys in Hartford, Conn., which is novel and interesting in many respects. It is called the Good Will Club, and is located in a roomy building, where boys from the street can spend their evenings and be sure of having a jolly time and of learning lots of useful things besides.
The building resembles a vast beehive, and approaching it one hears the hum of the human bees. The basement is well lighted with electric lights, and here are held the classes in cookery, carpentry, and wood carving. The second floor, "Keney Hall," is used for games—crokinole, puff billiards, chess, checkers, etc., are all played there. The whole is under the management of Miss Mary Hall, who is assisted by her brother, David S. Hall, who meets the boys at the door, and after the coats and hats are checked, sends them to the various classes or the game room.
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