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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research and writing, including his typed manuscript for Social Settlements in New York City, as well as published and unpublished articles on arts in the settlements, on early settlement leaders, and on settlement contributions to race relations.
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.
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.
The Henry Street Settlement Music School records contain correspondence, financial records, reports, statistics and scrapbooks. Also includes card files with student and faculty information.
The collection includes annual reports, publicity brochures, and miscellaneous fund-raising materials prepared by the Visiting Nurse Service for annual fund-raising campaigns.
The Homer Bishop papers include teaching materials and studies of settlements in St. Louis, Chicago, and Columbus, Ohio.
The records trace the program and policies of the settlement, and include miscellaneous papers of Edward Corsi, long-time executive director of the settlement. Also in the collection are records of the East Harlem Civic Association, founded in 1956.
The collection is related to Taylor's work at the Chicago Commons settlement house. Included is a tape of Taylor's recorded reminiscences, a set of The Commons magazine (a predecessor to Survey), other Chicago Commons Association publications and board minutes, and copies of writings by Lea Taylor and by her father, Graham Taylor.
The collection consists of reports, staff manuals, audits, and correspondence. Information regarding the settlement's summer day camp is also included.
Records of the Minneapolis Federation of Settlements, a group of four core settlements and fifteen neighborhood organizations, and a directory for the St. Paul Federation of Settlements. Also included are select records and documents of the national settlement organization, the National Federation of Settlements and Neighborhood Centers (NFSNC).
The collection consists of the records related to Northside Settlement Services, Inc. of Minneapolis and its predecessors, Wells Memorial House and Unity House. Hansen servied a president of Unity House. The merger of the two neighborhood centers is the major focus of the papers.
Included in this settlement collection is correspondence with settlement leader Stanley Isaacs and with John Foster Dulles, as well as material about the Young Men's Philanthropic League and the New York City Youth Board.
The Northside Settlement Services records include administrative and program files, minutes, financial records, and material about its Involved Teen Center and day care programs. Limited information regarding the Center's predecessors, Wells Memorial House and Unity Settlement House is also included.
The papers of Ralph and Ruth Tefferteller, social workers who spent much of their careers at the Henry Street Settlement in New York City. The papers document programs at the settlement as well as some of the Teffertellers' other professional and political activities and their work with the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee Mission in Vietnam.
Union Settlement was established in 1895 in the East Harlem section of New York City, between Central Park and the East River. Records contained in this collection are limited mostly to the period, 1947-1971, that William Kirk served as head resident. Included is material about social services in East Harlem, youth work, community medicine, the aging, and other projects.
Prepared by Catherine Quiggle, 1980 Revised by Karen Strauss, 1992 Revised by Karen Strauss, 1992
The records consist of materials from United South End Settlements in Boston, MA and from the individual settlement houses that made up the association: Harriet Tubman House, Lincoln House, Hale House, and South End House. The records also include papers of Robert A. Woods, long-time director of South End House, and sections of the uncompleted manuscript of "Zones of Emergence," a social survey of Boston edited by Woods and Albert J. Kennedy.
Included are records related to the overall development and operations of the United Way organization; minutes of various boards and committees; program files formed around functional activities, studies, relationships, and topical reference materials; files on member agencies, formed primarily around the budget allocation process; and scrapbooks.
- Social settlements -- New York (State) -- New York -- History -- Sources 6
- Social settlements -- Minnesota -- Minneapolis. 4
- Lower East Side (New York, N.Y.) 3
- Social settlements 3
- Social settlements -- Minnesota -- Minneapolis -- History -- Sources. 3
- Juvenile delinquency 2
- Social group work 2
- Social service -- International cooperation 2
- Social settlements -- United States 2
- Youth -- Services for -- New York (State) -- New York -- History -- Sources 2
- Church and social problems -- Minnesota -- Minneapolis. 1
- Community development -- Massachusetts -- Boston. 1
- Community development -- Massachusetts -- Cambridge 1
- Community development -- New York (State) -- New York 1
- Community organization 1
- Community organization -- New York (State) -- New York -- History. 1
- Community organization -- New York (state) -- New York -- History -- Sources. 1
- Consumer protection. 1
- Day camps -- Minnesota -- Minneapolis. 1
- Day care -- In infancy and childhood -- Minnesota -- Minneapolis. 1 ∧ less
- Henry Street Settlement (New York, N.Y.) 3
- Wald, Lillian D., 1867-1940 3
- Hall, Helen, 1892-1982 2
- Kennedy, Albert J. (Albert Joseph), 1879-1968 2
- Mobilization for Youth 2
- National Federation of Settlements and Neighborhood Centers 2
- Northside Settlement Services, inc. 2
- Taylor, Lea Demarest 2
- United Neighborhood Houses 2
- Wells Memorial House 2
- Alliance of Cambridge Settlement Houses 1
- American Association of Social Workers 1
- American Red Cross 1
- Association of Neighborhood Workers. New York (City) 1
- Baden Street Settlement of Rochester, Inc. 1
- Beck, Bertram M. 1
- Berry, Margaret E. 1
- Bishop, Homer 1
- Chicago Commons Settlement House -- History. 1
- Children's Art Centre (Boston, Mass.) 1 ∧ less