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The Leroy Halbert papers consist primarily of articles and reports written by Halbert that reflect his activities as an early public welfare administrator, especially at the municipal level.
Shadows on a Wall, Lester Lewis Scheaffer, an autobiography including accounts of Scheaffer's development as a YMCA and settlement house worker.
The collection contains Loula Dunn's correspondence and speeches as Alabama commissioner of public welfare and as president and director of the American Public Welfare Association.
The Lower East Side Neighborhoods Association (LENA) was founded in 1955 by a group of social agencies, civic organizations, churches, and individuals on New York City's Lower East Side. The Association worked to combat juvenile delinquency and, later, to improve housing, recreation, and health facilities in the neighborhood. Included are board and committee records, financial records, and correspondence of the executive director.
The Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota Collection is an array of documents, photos, audiovisual material and artifacts that illustrate the history of the organization.
The collection consists of reports, staff manuals, audits, and correspondence. Information regarding the settlement's summer day camp is also included.
Publications and documents on various women's movement and radical feminist groups.
The papers consist of Marietta Spencer's files on her work and research in the field of post-adoption services, as well as materials on other adoption related topics, organizations and services.
Marion Hathway (1895-1955) was a social work practitioner and educator. Her papers include correspondence, articles, speeches, course materials, and resource files that document her career as a professor of social work at the University of Pittsburgh and Bryn Mawr College and her role as executive secretary and president of the American Association of Schools of Social Work.
Collection contains correspondence between Mary Golden and Paul Kellogg, editor of Surveymagazine.
The collection focuses primarily on Maxted's work with the National Association of Schools of Social Administration, an association concerned with undergraduate education for social work.
Includes items related to the trade union movement in social work focusing on disputes, 1937-1941, between the Jewish Social Service Bureau of Los Angeles and its employees, represented by the Social Service Employees Union.
Papers contain publications, workshop materials, bibliographies, course materials, and materials regarding Affirmative Action and the Netherlands Exchange.
Collection contains papers regarding the Mid-century White House Conference on Children and Youth.
Photocopy of a 500-page typescript reminiscence written by Mildred Mudgett, a social work educator. Include descriptions of her time teaching at the University of Minnesota from 1920-1930; a survey of schools of social work that she conducted for the American Association of Schools of Social Work in 1935; and Mudgett's recollections about noted social workers, including Mary E. Richmond, Frank Bruno, Joanna Colcord, Edith Abbott and Grace Abbott.
Papers regarding Milton Wittman's employment with the National Institute of Mental Health, as well as materials regarding other social work organizations in the United States.
The collection consists largely of published and unpublished reports and studies related to juvenile delinquency, poverty, and narcotics in New York. Many of the reports were prepared for LENA, the Harlem Neighborhood Association, and the Harlem Youth Opportunities Unlimited (HARYOU), and the New York City Youth Board.
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).
Administrative and publicity records of the Minneapolis Red Cross.
The Minneapolis YWCA records document programs for girls and young women in Minneapolis from the 1890s through the mid 1980s. Included are general historical descriptions; board and committee minutes; annual and monthly activities reports; announcements, tickets, programs and other memorabilia; newspaper clippings; and photographs.
Records contain reference files, subject files, newsletters, and minutes of the Minnesota Board on Aging (MBA).
The Minnesota Charities Review Council records relate to the operaation of the Council, its history and origins, funding, relations with government agencies, and the Minnesota agencies whose fund-raising campaigns were reviewed by the Council.
Records include reports, project summaries, background information, transcripts from radio programs, training session information, scripts and discussion questions for slide shows, copies of publications, and other documents.
Records contain correspondence, minutes, publications, study reports and administrative papers of the Minnesota Citizens Council on Crime and Justice.