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[source: Polk's Portland City Directory. 1924, Volume LIX. Portland, Oregon: R. L. Polk & Co., 1924. page 1806]
A Philanthropic and Missionary Body for the Rescue and Protection of the Victims of Unrighteousness and Prosecution of Traffickers. Our doors never close. We never turn a deaf ear to the story of human need. If in trouble, wire, write or come to us for counsel.
J. P. Rasmussen, President
A Clean, moral home for men. We care for discharged and paroled prisoners, house the homeless and disburse charity to the aged and decrepit. Gospel meetings every night.
Miss Loretta L. Thomas, Superintendent of Missions. Mission Hall, 22 North Front Street.
Sunday afternoon service set aside for participation by individual churches.
Under auspices of Pacific Coast Rescue and Protective Society.
Pacific Coast Protective League, for defense of victims of unrighteousness, vice investigations, social surveys, prosecution of traffickers in vice, home preservation, sex education, promotion of a single standard of morals. Our Domestic Relations Department deals with the ever-present problems of family troubles. Under the auspices of the Pacific Coast Rescue and Protective Society.
Oregon Prisoners' Aid Society, for the care of discharged and paroled prisoners. A sincere attempt is made to help these men to get a new start in life, and to make them self-supporting, law-abiding citizens. Mr. J. D. Lee, President; Mr. R. G. Jubitz, Treasurer.
Under the auspices of the Pacific Coast Rescue and Protective Society. Headquarters, Commons Building, 195 Burnside Street, Portland, Oregon.
For the shelter and care of homeless, nameless and abandoned children. We have every facility for the most efficient care of children; a sanitary building, surgery, isolation wards, the best medical skill, and a corps of experienced nurses.
Mrs. R. E. Bondurant, President
The new modern, fireproof, excellently equipped nursery building erected at a cost of nearly $100,000.00. Phone East 9797. Under auspices of the Pacific Coast Rescue and Protective Society.
A Non-Sectarian Christian Home for Girls. Every facility for care of special cases. Competent Christian workers. Wards for maturity venereal and delinquent cases. Skilled medical attendance by Portland's best known physicians. Situated on Barker Road between Base Line and Sandy Boulevard. Phone TAbor 2949. Under auspices of Pacific Coast Rescue and Protective Society. Maine offices, 19 5 Burnside Street, Portland, Oregon.