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Audio visual tape of a speech entitled "Changing Perspectives on Man," given by Helen Harris Perlman.
The collection contains the records of the Hennepin County Health Coalition (Hennepin County, Minn.)
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.
Personal and professional papers created by Herman Stein during his work with various social work organizations.
The Homer Bishop papers include teaching materials and studies of settlements in St. Louis, Chicago, and Columbus, Ohio.
The Hansen papers document the legal battles to secure rights of prepaid group health plans and of physicians associated with them. Included are speeches and testimony before congressional committees, surveys of existing legislation, copies of model legislation, and briefs submitted in various court cases.
The papers of Howard W. Hopkirk, who served periodically as executive director of the Child Welfare League of America from 1940 through 1948 and was superintendent of a number of children's institutions. Hopkirk's professional efforts focused on child welfare, especially standards in child care, church-related child welfare programs, and the relative merits of institutions and foster home care.
The collection includes a memoir in which Jackson describes his experiences as Director of Public Assistance for the New York City Deptartment of Welfare; a series of reports issued by the New York State Governor's Commission on Unemployment Relief; and a 1933 publication of Jackson's "Welfare Administration in New York State Cities."
The records contain conference reports and records relating to seminars and meetings of the Inter-University Consortium for International Social Development.
Included in the collection are administrative records, minutes and working papers of association congresses and seminars, and correspondence with schools of social work in countries around the world.
Records of the International Conference of Social Work Secretariat records contain correspondence with and reports from national committees in 68 countries; correspondence with a variety of international organizations, many of them affiliated with the United Nations; and records pertaining to preparation for international conferences, which were held approximately every two years.
Collection contains papers regarding the social welfare activities of Irene Hoebel.
Jacob Fisher was a leader in the social work "rank and file" movement and an editor of Social Work Today. His papers include materials from the Social Work Discussion Club and the National Convention of Rank and File Groups in Social Work, speeches and articles by Fisher, and newsletters from the Emergency Home Relief Bureau Employees Association.
The James Mason Camping Collection reflects James Mason's research into the history of organized camping in the United States.
Personal correspondence between Paul U. Kellogg, editor of the Survey, and Janet Sabloff, his secretary.
This collection focuses on Jean Paton's advocacy work around adoption and adoptees rights, including the records of her organization Orphan Voyage, a research and communication center for adoptees, adoptive parents, and birth parents.
Copies of speeches and drafts by Philip Schiff collected by his daughter, Jeanne Talpers. The speeches were written when Schiff was chairman of the Washington, D.C. chapter of the National Association of Social Workers. They discuss social action and social work.
The collection comprises papers relating to Jeannette Elder's work for the Community Service Society of New York, the Geromatic Society of Chicago, the Chicago Cooperative Community Project for Newcomers, Chicago Travelers Aid, the National Travelers Aid, and Iowa projects.
The collection relates to Voorhis' work in the Cooperative Health Federation of America and Group Health Assn. of America.
Collection contains materials from the Divisional Technical Training of the Department of Health, Education and Welfare and Social Security Administration.
The collection reflects John Hansans career as a social worker and involvement in national and international social work organizations.
The papers of Katharine Toll, a social worker who headed the Boston Social Service Exchange. Her papers contain correspondence manuals and other documents related to the Boston Social Service Exhange as well as materials on refugee services, international develpoment and technical assistance programs.
Katherine Kendall was a prominent leader in social work education, serving as executive director of both the Council on Social Work Education and the International Association of Schools of Social Work. Her correspondence, publications, writings, and research notes reflect her leadership role in national and international social work educational circles and her intense ongoing interactions with a world-wide network of professional colleagues and friends.
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.