Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
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 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.
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
Collection — Box 1
Identifier: SW 251
Overview The papers of Howard W. Hopkirk, who served periodically as executive director of the Child Welfare League of America from 1940 through 1948 and was superintendent of a number of children's institutions. Hopkirk's professional efforts focused on child welfare, especially standards in child care, church-related child welfare programs, and the relative merits of institutions and foster home care.
Collection — Box 1
Identifier: SW 253
Identifier: SW 247
Overview Records include reports, project summaries, background information, transcripts from radio programs, training session information, scripts and discussion questions for slide shows, copies of publications, and other documents.
Identifier: SW 263
Overview The records comprise audio cassettes of speeches or papers presented at annual meetings of the National Council for Adoption (formerly the National Committee for Adoption) and personal files of the Council's founding president, Dr. William Pierce.