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Archived website and digital records of Concerned Members United: Coalition of Concerned Members of NASW. Records include petitions, letters, power points, position statements and other documents related to efforts to stop the National Association of Social Workers from cenralizing authority and administrative tasks and to retain representative, chapter-based, and democratic model for the organization.
Proceedings of the annual meetings and correspondence.
The Constance Fisher papers include newspaper clippings and items from the Family Service of St. Paul and St. Paul Urban League.
Includes minutes, financial records, correspondence, and project files. Projects include screening clinics, health education, and coordination of immunization programs.
The collection includes correspondence, memoranda, minutes and reports.
The collection consists of records of two predecessor organizations, the American Association of Schools of Social Work and the National Association of Schools of Social Administration, and the administrative and program records of CSWE.
The collection consists of posters from the "All the Races of Man" series developed to promote racial understanding.
Reference files for an article on the history of social work education entitled, "The Institutional Development of Social Work Education: The First 100 Years - And Beyond," by David M. Austin, which was published in the Journal of Social Work Education, volume 33, number 3 (Fall, 1997). The files contain published and unpublished school histories, photocopies of historical documents, and correspondence.
This collection consists of the original photography of David Parker.
Papers consist of a set of files that contain the first round of assessments for approximately 70 private foster care agencies, which were completed in 1981 to 1982.
The records of the Domestic Abuse Project reflect the administrative, projects, programs, outreach activities of the organization from 1985-2010.
The Dorothy Fahs Beck papers contain correspondence, press releases, memos, manuscript materials, published articles, and research files relating to the Family Service Association of America (FSAA) Research Department.
The records include board and committee minutes, financial records, correspondence with other individuals and organizations in the welfare advocacy field, media relations files, "actions" files pertaining to protests, demonstrations and confrontations, files related to provision of advocacy services for welfare recipients, newsletters, and posters. Redistribute America Movement materials are records of demonstrations and protests.
The papers mostly consist of speeches given by Beatt and reports and surveys written by Beatt.
Lindeman's journals reflect his interests in philosophy, research, and social reform. The collection includes course and lecture outlines as well as less formal notes about progressive education, adult education, Ralph Waldo Emerson, social change and social planning, women, the family, and current events.
The collection comprises copies of Eileen Blackey's speeches and writings, as assembled by colleagues after her death. Most of the documents deal with aspects of social work education in the U.S. and in Israel.
Collection contains survey responses on childlessness conducted by Elaine May.
The Elizabeth (Betty) Lindeman Leonard Papers comprise articles and other writings, correspondence, and transcripts of interviews conducted by Betty Leonard as background research for a biography on her father, the social reformer Eduard C. Lindeman.
Among the topics covered in this collection of publications by Rice are medical social work, public health, tuberculosis, and social work education.
The Ellen Pence papers contain audio and video recordings, eletronic records, and documents by and about Ellen Pence, an activist, leader, and practioner in the field of domestic violence prevention, services, and treatment. Ms. Pence was a co-founder of the Duluth Domestic Abuse Intervention Project and director of Praxis International. She was a leader in developing cross-agency service and responses to domestic violence and improving services and practice related to domestic violence.
The Elma Cole collection includes correspondence, reports, academic and conference papers, position statements, notes, printed materials and other documents related to social work unions, welfare rights and welfare reform, funding of social services, and activism in the social work profession.
Documents, speeches and publications
The Eloise Taber papers comprise minutes, reports, and publications of the St. Paul Family Centered Project and of the Greater St. Paul Case Work Council.
The collection includes correspondence and papers from Elva Walker's organizational memberships. Also available is the Elva Walker Collection on the Aging, consisting of books, pamphlets and magazines covering aspects of aging.
The collection consists of a copy of an unpublished manuscript, "The United Way," a history of the federated fund movement in the United States, written by Elwood Street in 1963.
The Episcopal Church Home of St. Paul, Minnesota was founded in 1894 to provide housing and care for elderly women. The organization's records consist of bound volumes containing board and annual meeting minutes, committee reports, financial records and member records. Also included are several histories of the organization.
Reports, project and grant files, academic papers, and other records related to the research, teaching, and professional activity of Professor Esther Wattenberg. Topics include social policy at the state and federal level, foster care, child welfare, and family and early childhood support programs.