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Identifier: SW 127
Overview The collection includes minutes, newsletters, clippings, and related reference items.
Identifier: SW 111
Overview Contains administrative records, such as board meeting minutes, policy statements, financial records, production files, subscription materials, editorial files, and general correspondence.
Overview The records reflect organized labor's efforts to increase membership involvement in such community health, welfare, and recreation programs as blood banks, counselling and referral services, or strike assistance. The collection includes incomplete material from predecessor agencies: the AFL's Labor League for Human Rights and the CIO War Relief Committee, later renamed the National CIO Community Services Committee. Also included are correspondence, a reference manual, director's reports,...
Identifier: SW 217
Overview Correspondence between Agnes Brown Leach, a Survey Associates board member, and Paul Kellogg, editor of the Survey.
Overview The Albert J Kennedy papers contain Kennedy's research and writing, including his typed manuscript for Social Settlements in New York City, as well as published and unpublished articles on arts in the settlements, on early settlement leaders, and on settlement contributions to race relations.
Identifier: SW 161
Overview The collection includes Heckman's speeches, professional correspondence, and working files from his agency, foundation, and voluntary activities, reflecting his involvement in national professional associations, and in St. Paul civic affiars. Heckman's interest in social policy issues, such as the delivery and management of health care services, education, corrections, and family relief are well-documented. Also included are surveys Heckman conducted in the 1930s and 1940s of community chests...
Overview Books, reports, articles and testimony on social work authored by Alfred J. Kahn. Topics include social policy, social planning, comparative U.S. and international child and family policy, juvenile delinquency, and social work education.
Identifier: SW 143
Overview Alice Taylor Davis was known for her contributions to social work education and commitment improving social service. The Alice Taylor Davis papers reflect her career in social work education, consultation, and on the staff of the U.S. Department of Health Education and Welfare, Technical Training Division. They also relate to her work as co-director of the Study of Social Work Education, which culminated in the report, Social Work Education in the United States (1952) and was a factor in the...
Identifier: SW 0057
Overview The Alliance of Cambridge Settlement Houses records consist of minutes, correspondence, project applications and reports, financial documents, and group work records. The Alliance of Cambridge Settlement Houses was a federation of Cambridge, Massachusetts, neighborhood centers, incorporated in June 1963. Participants included Cambridge Community Center, Cambridge Neighborhood House, East End House, and Margaret Fuller House. The records, which are mostly from the 1960s, reflect problems of...
Identifier: SW 103
Overview The Alvin Schorr papers reflect his influential career in the field of social work, in both the government and academic sectors, from the 1940's through the 1980s. The collection includes Schorr's books, (some in manuscript form), articles, and speeches, his professional correspondence files, and working files from his government and private-sector positions and activities.
Identifier: SW 128
Overview The American Immigration and Citizenship Conference records include materials relating to the Conference's efforts to monitor and influence federal immigration policies, especially efforts to replace or revise the national origins quota system and to liberalize policy on the admission of refugees.
Identifier: SW 129
Overview Records consist of reports, newsletters, and board minutes of state and regional Lutheran welfare organizations and local Lutheran welfare institutions.
Identifier: SW 130
Overview The collection contains copies of papers presented at the association's annual conferences, reflecting a multidisciplinary approach to a broad range of issues affecting children, adolescents, and their families, schools, and communities. The archives continues to receive the proceedings of recent conferences.
Identifier: SW 54
Overview The collection consists of minutes, correspondence, memoranda, reports, publications, speeches, statements, and news clippings generated or collected by the American Public Welfare Association. APWA, founded in 1930 as the American Association of Public Welfare Officials, is a professional organization for staff members of public agencies and others interested in public welfare. APWA studies and distributes information regarding legislation and also offers its members professional development...
Identifier: SW 45
Overview The records chronicle the American Social Health (originally "Hygiene") Association's efforts to control and prevent venereal disease, prostitution, and drug addiction through educational, legal, and medical measures. The records reflect considerable interaction with the armed forces, particularly during periods of war or full mobilization. Field reports document conditions in individual cities and the influence of housing, recreation, sanitation, and other factors on vice and public health....
Identifier: SW 131
Overview The collection consists of board minutes, general correspondence, membership lists, and financial records.
Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: SW 195
Overview One folder of photocopies of Anna Raines’ papers.
Collection — Box: SC 5
Scope and Contents Articles and reports on: tuberculosis control; the Medical Social Service Progarm of the Wheat Ridge Foundation, American Red Cross public health and military hospital programs; and the Social Service Department of the University of Minnesota Hospitals. The materials were created or collected by Annie Laurie Baker, professor and director of the University Hospital Social Service Department at the University of Minnesota.
Overview The collection consists primarily of biographical material on prominent social work figures compiled by Arthur Dunham. Also included in the collection are some records of the National Social Unit Organization, which promoted community organization and community based services.
Identifier: SW 165
Overview The collection contains pamphlets on various social activities and issues of interest to Arthur Hillman as well as materials on the Association for the Study of Community Organization (ASCO).
Identifier: SW 270
Overview Collection contains of the papers of Arthur Spindler, a public health and public welfare administrator.
Overview Records of the Association for the Advancement of Social Work with Groups (AASWG), a professional organization promoting research, education, and practice standards in the field of group work. Contains correspondence, board and committee minutes, regional and local chapter files, project records, newsletters, and annual symposia files. Also, gifts of material from individual association members documenting the history of group work education and practice; AASWG committees; and the AASWG annual...
Identifier: SW 15
Overview Records of an organization advocating voluntary sterilization as a means of birth control and limiting population growth. Includes records of predecessor organizations that promoted eugenic sterilization. Contains primarily: minutes, correspondence, clippings, financial records, reports, and statistics showing sterilizations by state. Topics include: eugenic sterilization of mentally ill and developmentally disabled persons; medical, legal, and socio-economic aspects of sterilization; efforts...
Overview The Association for Women in Social Work records include correspondence, newsletters, and financial records as well as documents related to the Collective for the Study and Advancement of Feminist Social Work, which was also known as FemSchool. This was a series of summer gatherings of feminist academics and practitioners. The Association disbanded in 2000.
Overview Records of the national office of the Association of Junior Leagues of America (AJLA)consisting of files on local member leagues in cities throughout the country. Prominent topics include children's theater, volunteer services, civic art programs, welfare services in local communities, fund-raising, health and rehabilitation services, education, and the operation of individual leagues. Includes: correspondence, field visit reports, regional directories, reports, articles written for AJLA...
Identifier: SW 271
Overview Collection contains the records of the Baccalaureate Program Directors Association.
Overview This Rochester, New York settlement house, which is still in operation, traces its origins to the work of the B'rith Kodesh Temple. The Baden Street Settlement records document child care, health care, casework, and group work at the settlement. The records include minutes from Board of Directors' meetings, annual reports, case reports, and commentary on the impact of the Great Depression and other events.
Identifier: SW 21
Overview Included are materials relating to her courses at National Catholic School of Social Services, training courses for the Military Medical Service Corps, and the District of Columbia Public Health Department. Access Restrictions apply.
Identifier: SW 134
Overview The Bernhagen papers focus on child welfare. Included is a journal kept during a 1937 public relief demonstration project in Minnesota.
Identifier: SW 248
Overview Contains National Association of Social Workers publications and the records of an oral history project.
Identifier: SW 211
Overview The collection contains the personal and professional papers of noted public welfare administrator and social work educator, Benjamin E. Youngdahl. Personal correspondents include Harry Truman, Adlai Stevenson, Hubert Humphrey, and John F. Kennedy. Materials documenting Youngdahl's career in the academic and public sectors form the bulk of the collection.
Identifier: SW 216
Overview Collection consists of letters from her cousin, Paul U. Kellogg, editor of the Survey, about family and other personal matters.
Overview Personal papers of Betsey Rosenbaum, social worker involved in child welfare causes. Includes legislation and best practices pertaining to Rosenbaum's involvement and child welfare in general.
Identifier: SW 170
Overview Papers comprise articles and other writings, correspondence, and transcripts of interviews conducted by Betty Leonard as background research for a biography on her father, the social reformer Eduard C. Lindeman.
Identifier: SW 266
Overview The Beulah Compton papers contain reference materials, course materials, audiovisual materials, case studies, minutes, and papers—in particular, those related to her work on the St. Paul Family Centered Project, which focused on multi-problem families that required assistance from more than one agency.
Collection — Multiple Containers
Overview Beulah Rothman was a social work educator and co-founder of the Association for the Advancement of Social Work with Groups. The papers document her work at Adelphi University and Barry University and with the Association for the Advancement of Social Work with Groups (AASWG), Center for Group Work Studies (Florida Chapter of AASWG), and Council on Social Work Education.
Overview Records of the Big Brothers of America (BBA). The topics discussed include promotion of the BBA program, recruiting and training of volunteer workers, and service standards. The bulk of the material dates from 1946 to 1959.
Identifier: SW 89
Overview Topics discussed in the agency's correspondence, reports, studies,and speeches include confidentiality, financing, casework philosophy, usage patterns, and qualifications for Exchange membership.
Identifier: SW 0023
Overview Bradley Buell (1893-1976) was a social worker, author/editor, and community planning consultant. He worked for Community Chests and Councils, Inc. and for Surveymagazines, and he founded Community Research Associates. His papers reflect his involvement with the emergence of a professional association for social workers (the American Association of Social Workers) in the 1920s and the community planning and organization movement during the 1930s. Included are...
Content Description Minutes, reports, publications, financial records, ledgers, photographs, and some case records from the Orphan Asylum Society of the City of Brooklyn, later Brookwood Child Care. Also includes materials from Brookwood Hall in East Islip, NY.
Identifier: SW 150
Overview Galaway's papers reflect his involvement in the organization and operations of the Professional Association of Treatment Homes (PATH), a Twin Cities based foster care treatment project controlled by the foster parents rather than by social services agencies. Also included in the collection are Galaway's records from the Minnesota Restitution Center, an offender parole- rehabilitation project based on restitution of damages to the victim.
Overview The papers of Catherine Papell, a professor at the Adelphi University School of Social Work and a significant figure in the field of group work. Papell was a co-founder of Social Work With Groups: A Journal of of Clinical and Community Practice and her work also helped to establish the International Association for the Advancement of Social Work with Groups.
Identifier: SW 145
Overview The collection consists of records of a study, The Five Towns: A Community Self-Portrait, directed by Deschin. Included are records of in-depth interviews with 700 community families and 700 questionnaires administered to high school juniors in a suburban area in Nassau County, Long Island, New York.
Identifier: SW 66
Overview In addition to materials from Birt's involvement in the GSPCC&C, the collection includes copies of social surveys Birt conducted for community chests in a number of cities.
Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: SW 231
Overview The collection consists of notes from a series of lectures given by Charles Kellogg, secretary of the Charity Organization Society of New York.
Overview Records of an association providing education and resources on child development and child rearing for parents and professionals. Also comprises records of predecessor organizations. Includes: minutes, agenda, correspondence, memorandums, financial records, reports and annual reports, transcripts, photographs, newspaper clippings, articles, invitations, programs, press releases, fliers, form letters, promotional materials, and guest books. Includes microfilm of conference proceedings from the...
Overview Records of a national social service agency dedicated to research, advocacy, policy legislation, and standards in the field of child welfare. Includes minutes, memoranda, reports, correspondence, conference programs, publications, and professional standards. Also includes five microfilm reels containing: minutes from the board of directors, executive committee, annual meetings, and standing committees, as well as newsletters and bulletins (1915-1955); minutes of the National Association of Day...
Overview Minutes, planning documents, publications, and organizational histories of the Children’s Home Society of Minnesota, founded in 1889. Board retreats, long-range planning, licensing, annual meetings, fund-raising and property acquisitions are also documented. Also includes the quarterly publication, The Minnesota Minnesota Children's Home Finder, dating from 1899-1971.
Collection — Box: Flat 1
Identifier: SW 258
Overview Collection contains one scrapbook regarding the Christ Child Center in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: SW 88
Overview Photocopies of speeches, articles, and reports by Carstens.
Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: SW 251
Overview Collection contains the papers of Clara M. Allen, director of the Bryn Mawr play center.
Collection — Box: 1
Overview Clara Paul Paige papers and memorabilia were assembled by her niece, Jane McKaskle, and include photographs, scrapbooks, clippings, and a 1922 letter from Jane Addams, papers regarding Amelia Sears, and material regarding the 1960 Jane Addams centennial.
Identifier: SW 69.2
Overview Copy of oral history transcript done at Columbia University, covering Miss Tousley's work at the Community Service Society of New York.
Identifier: SW 38
Overview The Community Health and Welfare Council of Hennepin County records consist mostly of reports, minutes, memoranda, and correspondence, dated from 1960 to 1975.
Identifier: SW 64
Overview Founded by Bradley Buell in 1944 and incorporated in 1947, Community Research Associates provided consultation services for communities and health and welfare agencies. It conducted surveys of local conditions, analyzed agency effectiveness, and conducted projects designed to prevent and control social problems. It pioneered the development of diagnostic tools and systems to identify and treat multi-problem families more effectively, beginning with what became the St. Paul Family Centered...
Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: SW 10
Overview The collection consists of photocopies of records held by the Community Service Society relating to Survey magazine and its predecessors, Charities Review, Charities, Charities and the Commons, and Jewish Charity. Copied from originals at the Community Service Society.
Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: SW 140
Overview Proceedings of the annual meetings and correspondence.
Identifier: SW 148
Overview The Constance Fisher papers include newspaper clippings and items from the Family Service of St. Paul and St. Paul Urban League.
Identifier: SW 141
Overview Includes minutes, financial records, correspondence, and project files. Projects include screening clinics, health education, and coordination of immunization programs.
Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: SW 142
Overview The collection includes correspondence, memoranda, minutes and reports.
Identifier: SW 90
Overview The collection consists of records of two predecessor organizations, the American Association of Schools of Social Work and the National Association of Schools of Social Administration, and the administrative and program records of CSWE.
Overview Reference files for an article on the history of social work education entitled, "The Institutional Development of Social Work Education: The First 100 Years - And Beyond," by David M. Austin, which was published in the Journal of Social Work Education, volume 33, number 3 (Fall, 1997). The files contain published and unpublished school histories, photocopies of historical documents, and correspondence.
Overview This collection consists of the original photography of David Parker.
Identifier: SW 227
Overview Papers consist of a set of files that contain the first round of assessments for approximately 70 private foster care agencies, which were completed in 1981 to 1982.
Overview The records of the Domestic Abuse Project reflect the administrative, projects, programs, outreach activities of the organization from 1985-2010.
Identifier: SW 264
Overview The Dorothy Fahs Beck papers contain correspondence, press releases, memos, manuscript materials, published articles, and research files relating to the Family Service Association of America (FSAA) Research Department.
Overview The records include board and committee minutes, financial records, correspondence with other individuals and organizations in the welfare advocacy field, media relations files, "actions" files pertaining to protests, demonstrations and confrontations, files related to provision of advocacy services for welfare recipients, newsletters, and posters. Redistribute America Movement materials are records of demonstrations and protests.
Overview The Wayne Carp papers include research files, legal documents, interviews, publications and other materials related to the history of adoption policy in the United States, individuals and organizations active in the areas of adoptee rights and access to adoption case records, and Carp's research and legal consulting related to adoption policy. In particular the papers include information on Jean Paton, a founder of the adoptee rights and open records movements. Other topics of note include...
Identifier: SW 120
Overview The papers mostly consist of speeches given by Beatt and reports and surveys written by Beatt.
Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: SW 167
Overview Lindeman's journals reflect his interests in philosophy, research, and social reform. The collection includes course and lecture outlines as well as less formal notes about progressive education, adult education, Ralph Waldo Emerson, social change and social planning, women, the family, and current events.
Overview The collection comprises copies of Eileen Blackey's speeches and writings, as assembled by colleagues after her death. Most of the documents deal with aspects of social work education in the U.S. and in Israel.
Identifier: SW 241
Overview Collection contains survey responses on childlessness conducted by Elaine May.
Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: SW 197
Overview Among the topics covered in this collection of publications by Rice are medical social work, public health, tuberculosis, and social work education.
Overview The Ellen Pence papers contain audio and video recordings, eletronic records, and documents by and about Ellen Pence, an activist, leader, and practioner in the field of domestic violence prevention, services, and treatment. Ms. Pence was a co-founder of the Duluth Domestic Abuse Intervention Project and director of Praxis International. She was a leader in developing cross-agency service and responses to domestic violence and improving services and practice related to domestic violence.
Collection — Box: 1
Overview The Eloise Taber papers comprise minutes, reports, and publications of the St. Paul Family Centered Project and of the Greater St. Paul Case Work Council.
Identifier: SW 206
Overview The collection includes correspondence and papers from Elva Walker's organizational memberships. Also available is the Elva Walker Collection on the Aging, consisting of books, pamphlets and magazines covering aspects of aging.
Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: SW 200
Overview The collection consists of a copy of an unpublished manuscript, "The United Way," a history of the federated fund movement in the United States.
Overview The Episcopal Church Home of St. Paul, Minnesota was founded in 1894 to provide housing and care for elderly women. The organization's records consist of bound volumes containing board and annual meeting minutes, committee reports, financial records and member records. Also included are several histories of the organization.
Identifier: SW 81
Overview The collection includes a collection of resumes and memorial tributes, speeches by Witte (1920-1981), correspondence to and by Witte, and reports from various organizations led by Witte, a large collection of clippings, pamphlets, reports, college bulletins, committee and faculty meeting minutes, project reports, articles by Witte, and a substantial collection of grant proposals connected with the United States Department of Health, Education and Welfare Training and Manpower Project.
Identifier: SW 243
Overview Papers and other materials on the social welfare interests of Professor Esther Wattenberg, including family and children's social services policies and programs, child welfare, and women in poverty.
Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: SW 139
Overview Reprints of articles by Ethel Cohen.
Identifier: SW 79
Overview Eveline Burns was a public policy economist and noted authority on Social Security. Her papers reflect her role in the creation, maintenance, and analysis of the Social Security system in the United States. They include an extensive set of her writings and speeches, 1923-1983; personal correspondence and journals; working files for various Social Security boards, committees, and study groups, 1934-1985; working files from her position with the Community Service Society of New York, 1971-1981;...
Overview The papers of Everett Ross Clinchy, president and co-founder of the National Conference of Christians and Jews, president of the Council on World Tensions, and president of the Institute on Man and Science.
Overview Records the Family Service Association of America, a national social service organization that promoted, set standards for, and served as a vehicle for communication among social work agencies that provide casework, counseling, and related services for families and individuals. Included are board and committee minutes, annual reports, national and regional conference proceedings, departmental and project files, membership and financial records, and subject files. These document the evolution of...
Overview Minutes, annual reports, annual meeting proceedings, committee and department records, and financial records document the activities of Family Service of St. Paul. Also includes corporate documents and records relating to mergers, records of programs and services, publications and newsletters, statistics and case reports, accreditation self-studies, and photographs.
Overview The collection consists of federal government publications collected by the Social Welfare History Archives staff or acquired along with collections given to the Archives. Selected agencies represented in the collection include the Department of Health, Education and Welfare, Department of Labor, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Children's Bureau, Housing and Home Finance Agency, National Institutes of Mental Health, Publich Health Service, White House Conference on Children, White House Conference on...
Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: SW 222
Overview Collection contains administrative papers, clippings and surveys.
Overview Records of Five Towns Community House, which served five suburban communities located on Long Island in Nassau County, New York. The records consist of minutes, agenda, correspondence, reports, statistical reports, financial records, ephemera, newspaper clippings, press releases, ephemera and photographs. The records document the administration, programs, and staff of Five Towns Community House and reflect its involvement with the local community. Materials related to group work with settlement...
Identifier: SW 137
Overview Contains material concerning Brugger's work as a consultant in social work education during the U.S. occupation of Japan, 1948-1950.
Overview Records of the Florence Crittenton Association of America (FCAA), which was formed in 1950 as the Florence Crittenton Homes Association. Florence Crittenton homes were maternity homes and hospitals established throughout the U. S. and Canada to provide residential care for unmarried mothers and their children. Included are board of trustees and committee records, conference proceedings, reports and other publications, and financial records. The records do not include case files on individual...
Overview The collection comprises the records of two organizations -- the National Florence Crittenton Missionand the Florence Crittenton Association of America-- that provided residential homes and other services to unmarried mothers. Included are board of trustees and committee records, conference proceedings, reports and other publications, financial records and files on Crittenton homes in approximately 60 cities.
Overview The Fred K. Hoehler papers are from his time with the American Public Welfare Association (APWA) and the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration. The papers also describe his work with the Chicago Community Fund, the Citizens of Greater Chicago, the International Conference of Social Work, the National Citizens Council for Public Schools, the New World Foundation, mental health associations, and a variety of federal advisory committees. The papers contain extensive...
Identifier: SW 214
Overview The papers include correspondence with Paul Kellogg and members of the Survey magazine staff.
Identifier: SW 224
Overview Papers, speeches, writings, and teaching materials, as well as files relating to a research project conducted by Gertrude Wilson.
Identifier: SW 212
Overview Collection contains the papers and records of Gertrude Zimand’s career with the National Child Labor Committee.
Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: SW 22
Overview The collection consists of minutes, reports, and other records documenting the Daytime Activity Center Association of Hennepin County and the development of day activity centers for mentally retarded children and adults in the Minneapolis area.
Collection — Box: 1
Overview The collection includes personal papers, Browning and Houk's files, minutes of and correspondence with the American Association of Schools of Social Work, a 1928 survey by and correspondence with Sophonisba Breckenridge, a 1910 letter from Mary Richmond concerning widows' pensions, and photographs of noted personalities in the charity and welfare fields.
Identifier: SW 244
Overview Collection contains reprints of articles.
Identifier: SW 0052
Overview The Greater Cincinnati Federation of Settlements and Neighborhood centers, formed in 1947 and dissolved in 1969, coordinated and assisted the programs and services of approximately ten neighborhood centers in the Cincinnati area. The records consist of board and committee minutes, correspondence of the executive director, speeches, press releases, and reports from the Office of Economic Opportunity-funded Neighborhood Services Project.
- Repository: Social Welfare History Archives X
- Child welfare 10
- Social work education 10
- Social service -- International cooperation 5
- Adoption 4
- Public welfare -- United States -- History -- Sources 4
- Social service 4
- Social service -- International cooperation. 4
- Aged, Services for -- Minnesota -- Minneapolis -- History -- Sources 3
- Family services -- Minnesota -- Saint Paul. 3
- Family social work 3
- Health maintenance organizations -- United States -- History -- Sources. 3
- Juvenile delinquency 3
- Lower East Side (New York, N.Y.) 3
- Public health. 3
- Social group work 3
- Social policy 3
- Social settlements -- Minnesota -- Minneapolis -- History -- Sources. 3
- Social settlements -- Minnesota -- Minneapolis. 3
- Social settlements -- New York (state) -- New York -- History -- Sources. 3
- Social work education -- United States 3 ∧ less
- Kellogg, Paul Underwood, 1879-1958 -- Correspondence 4
- National Association of Social Workers 4
- American Association of Social Workers. 3
- Council on Social Work Education 3
- Henry Street Settlement (New York, N.Y.) 3
- International Association of Schools of Social Work 3
- Kellogg, Paul Underwood, 1879-1958 3
- American Association of Medical Social Workers 2
- American Red Cross 2
- Association for the Advancement of Social Work with Groups 2
- Birt, Charles 2
- Boston Social Service Exchange. 2
- Community Health and Welfare Council of Hennepin County 2
- Community Service Society of New York -- History. 2
- Council on Social Work Education. 2
- Davis, Alice Taylor, 1903- 2
- Family Centered Project (Saint Paul, Minn.) 2
- Florence Crittenton Homes Association -- Archives 2
- George Warren Brown School of Social Work 2
- Group Health Association of America -- Archives. 2 ∧ less