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Identifier: SW 135
Abstract The Vaughn Bornet papers document his activities with the American Heart Association.
Abstract Verl Lewis was a social work educator, welfare administrator, and historian of the social work profession. The papers document Lewis' graduate social work education at the University of Chicago and at Case Western Reserve University and his subsequent professional career, primarily as a professor of social work at the University of Oregon (1949-1952), University of Connecticut (1955-1959), and University of Maryland (1959-1974). There are also records of his work as a public relief worker in...
Abstract The Verne Weed Collection for Progressive Social Work was established in 1989 by Hunter College School of Social Work in cooperation with the Social Welfare History Archives in order to document the history of progressive social work. The collection includes various donations of personal and professional papers of progressive social workers; published material such as newsletters, pamphlets, flyers, and clippings; and unpublished material such as correspondence, memoranda, conference and...
Abstract The collection contains Violet Sieder's speeches and articles, as well as her reference files. The papers reflect her interests in community organization and planning, volunteers in community and social services, and her academic career.
Collection — Box: 1
Abstract Collection contains an oral history project entitled "Voices of American Homemakers," conducted by the National Extension Homemakers Council.
Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: SW 33
Abstract The collection contains correspondence, minutes, reports, scrapbooks and a film.
Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: SW 44
Abstract Included in the collection are minutes, correspondence, membership records and newsletters.
Identifier: SW 157
Abstract The Walter Uphoff papers contain resource files and publications documenting the group health, cooperative health, national health, and health maintenance organization movements. The papers also include minutes and other documents from Group Health Plan of St. Paul, Minnesota.
Abstract The Wartime Committee on Personnel in the Social Services records contain minutes, reports, and correspondence that document the committee's efforts to address the impact of the draft and wartime mobilization on the social service field.
Identifier: SW 237
Abstract Personal papers of social work educator, Werner Boehm. Contains correspondence, copies of articles, papers, and speeches as well as files related to some of Werner Boehm's professional activities.
Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: SW 207
Abstract The records contain minutes, membership lists, banquet programs, treasurer's reports, and related material.
Identifier: SW 94
Abstract The Wilbur C. and Elsie C. Phillips papers document Wilbur Phillips's development of the Social Unit Plan, a democratic neighborhood structure that emphasized citizen participation in community affairs. It also reflects Wilbur and Elsie's early-20th century reform activities in New York, Milwaukee, and Cincinnati, especially their efforts to improve child health by addressing the need for pure milk and educating mothers in the principles of child health and home sanitation.
Identifier: SW 262
Abstract William Pierce was a co-founder of the National Council for Adoption and adoption policy advocate. The William Pierce papers include information on adoption privacy (especially the issue of open versus closed adoption), the Model State Adoption Act, and other subjects of professional and personal interest to Pierce. Also included are Pierce's speeches and writings and files from his time at the National Committee for Adoption/National Council for Adoption and the Child Welfare League of...
Abstract Correspondence, reports, and case work ledger of W. S. Edmondson, assistant supervisor and employment manager of the Men's Bureau in the Division of Relief of the Department of Public Welfare, Minneapolis, Minnesota. The records document assistance to male clients of the department. They also include the first annual report of the Employment Office of the Minneapolis Division of Public Relief and "A Survey of Employment Resources for Seasonal Laborers in Minnesota," both authored by Edmondson.
Abstract Personal and professional papers of social work educator, William Schwartz. Included are teaching notes, course materials, correspondence, board and committee files, records and journals, and various working files.
Abstract The records of the World Leisure Organization documents the meetings of the board of directors, executive committee, and annual meetings.
Dates: circa 1956-2004
Identifier: SW 108
Abstract The Young Adult Centers, Inc. records contain organizational materials, minutes, correspondence and financial reports for Coffeehouse Extempore, which was run by Young Adult Centers, Inc.
Identifier: SW 65
Abstract The United Service Organizations for National Defense Inc. (USO) was established in 1941 by the National Jewish Welfare Board, the Salvation Army, the National Board of the Young Women's Christian Association, the National Council of the Young Men's Christian Associations of the United States, the National Catholic Community Service, and the National Traveler's Aid Association to provide coordinated and expanded social services for military personnel and their families. These records document...
- Child welfare 13
- Social work education 13
- Social service -- International cooperation 11
- Social service 7
- Social settlements -- New York (State) -- New York -- History -- Sources 6
- Public welfare -- United States -- History -- Sources 5
- Social group work 5
- Social work education -- United States 5
- Adoption 4
- Child welfare -- United States -- History -- Sources 4
- Community organization 4
- Family services -- Minnesota -- Saint Paul. 4
- Social settlements -- Minnesota -- Minneapolis. 4
- Social workers -- United States -- Training of 4
- World War, 1939-1945 -- Social aspects -- United States 4
- Aged, Services for -- Minnesota -- Minneapolis -- History -- Sources 3
- Family social work 3
- Health maintenance organizations -- United States -- History -- Sources. 3
- Juvenile delinquency 3
- Lower East Side (New York, N.Y.) 3 ∧ less
- German 1
- Kellogg, Paul Underwood, 1879-1958 8
- Council on Social Work Education 7
- National Association of Social Workers 5
- American Association of Social Workers 4
- Community Service Society of New York 4
- International Association of Schools of Social Work 4
- National Conference on Social Welfare 4
- American Public Welfare Association 3
- American Red Cross 3
- Henry Street Settlement (New York, N.Y.) 3
- International Conference of Social Work (Society) 3
- Lower East Side Neighborhoods Association 3
- Mobilization for Youth 3
- National Federation of Settlements and Neighborhood Centers 3
- Wald, Lillian D., 1867-1940 3
- Addams, Jane, 1860-1935 2
- American Association of Medical Social Workers 2
- Association for the Advancement of Social Work with Groups 2
- Association for the Study of Community Organization 2
- Birt, Charles, 1891-1981 2 ∧ less