Wald, Lillian D., 1867-1940
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: SW 12
Abstract Madison House records (1899-1953) include legal records, board and committee minutes, annual reports, financial records, and files related to summer camp, anniversaries, and public relations. Madison House (established in 1898 as the Down-Town Ethical Society) and Hamilton House (established in 1901) were settlement houses located on New York City's Lower East Side. The two settlements merged in 1954 to form Hamilton-Madison House. Madison House records, 1899-1953, comprise legal records,...
Identifier: SW 34
Abstract Helen Hall was a settlement worker and social reformer. These personal and professional papers reflect her career as a leader in the settlement house movement, particularly during the period 1933-67, including her involvement in the National Federation of Settlements – particularly with its studies of unemployment during the late 1920s and early 1930s – and the United Neighborhood Houses of New York City. The papers also document her involvement with various consumer groups, her initiative...
Abstract Records of the Henry Street Settlement, a settlement house located on New York City's Lower East Side. Contains minutes, correspondence, memoranda, reports, architectural drawings, publications, financial records, newspaper clippings, scripts, scores, photographs, maps, and newsletters. The records document the administration and programs of a leading organization in the settlement movement and reflect social issues affecting immigrants and low income groups. Topics include: the arts, child...