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The Bernhagen papers focus on child welfare and public assistance topics. The papers also include a journal kept during a 1937 public relief demonstration project in Minnesota.
Contains National Association of Social Workers publications and the records of an oral history project.
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.
Collection consists of letters from her cousin, Paul U. Kellogg, editor of the Survey, about family and other personal matters.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Transcripts and oral histories of residents and staff of Booth Memorial Hospital maternity home in Minneapolis, MN. The Booth home was operated by the Salvation Army and provided housing and services to single, pregnant women and girls. The Oral Histories were conducted by Kim Heikkila and funded by a grant from the Minnesota Independent Scholars Forum.
Topics discussed in the agency's correspondence, reports, studies,and speeches include confidentiality, financing, casework philosophy, usage patterns, and qualifications for Exchange membership.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The collection contains reports, studies, and training manuals from the resource library of the Center for Advanced Studies in Child Welfare at the University of Minnesota School of Social Work.
The Charles Birt papers relate to his role as director of the Greater St. Paul Community Chest and Council. They also include copies of social surveys that Birt conducted for community chests in a number of cities.
The collection consists of notes from a series of lectures given by Charles Kellogg, secretary of the Charity Organization Society of New York.
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 contains one scrapbook regarding the Christ Child Center in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Photocopies of speeches, articles, and reports by Carstens.
Collection contains the papers of Clara M. Allen, director of the Bryn Mawr play center.
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.
Copy of oral history transcript done at Columbia University, covering Miss Tousley's work at the Community Service Society of New York.
The Community Health and Welfare Council of Hennepin County records consist mostly of reports, minutes, memoranda, and correspondence, dated from 1960 to 1975.
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.