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Collection contains material relating to adoption.
The collection includes historical summaries and other materials (1948-1960) from the United Temperance Movement, the predecessor to MCAP. Minnesota Council on Alcohol Problems records date from 1960-1977. These include records of incorporation, financial statements, and MCAP administrative files (annual meetings, photos, correspondence, copies of speeches, and special project files).
The collection consists of volumes from the Minnesota Department of Human Services Library covering social work and social services, public policy, psychology and sociology.
The collection contains newsletters, clippings, and positions papers about public assistance, Aid to Families with Dependent Children, and flat grant programs. Also included are documents concerning a dispute over enumeration of welfare recipients by social security number.
Included in the collection are administrative records, including minutes, financials, correspondence, membership lists, committee notes, by-laws,articles of incorporation, and a history of the organization.
The Minnesota Social Service Association records, most of which date from the 1930's to the 1970's, document the association's changing focus on social conditions, programs, and legislation. The records include conference proceedings (dating back to the 1890's); minutes of the board of directors, executive committee, and delegate assembly; minutes, reports, and working files of committees; administrative working files; financial records; newsletters; and photographs.
Collection contains correspondence, administrative files and meeting files for the Minnesota Society for Clinical Social Work (MSCSW).
Records from the YWCA of Mount Vernon, New York. Committee minutes, correspondence, newsletters, and scrapbooks trace the association's responses to the Depression, World War II, the movement for racial equality, and the War on Poverty.
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.
Papers and correspondence of Nancy Von Bretzel on various subjects regarding Bulgaria, social work and post-Soviet transition period the late 1980s and early 1990s. Includes information on social work with Roma people in Bulgaria.
Consists of reports and other documents from state agencies with emphasis on quantifiable data.
The collection includes records of the chapter's various committees, councils, and divisions. Project files and records documenting the chapter's legislative activities are also included.
Transcripts of interviews with social workers Harriett Bartlett, Arthur Dunham, Arlien Johnson, Gisela Konopka, Inabel Lindsay, Helen Harris Perlman, Gladys Ryland, and Gertrude Wilson are included.
The collection includes project files, project reports, training exercises, indexes, abstracts. Resources include a collection of bound materials by other organizations and 11 films and a videotape on a variety of topics.
The National Conference of Christians and Jews records include annual reports, conference and institute proceedings, Brotherhood Week materials, speeches, pamphlets, correspondence, and the speeches, articles and correspondence of Everett R Clinchy, who was the founding director of the organization.
Published material relating to NCSW's annual conferences make up the majority of this collection. Minutes and supporting documents from boards of directors and various committee meetings are also included.
Records include the project's publications, administrative files, correspondence, dealings with foundations, working papers, and tape recordings and papers presented at discussion seminars.
The records comprise audio cassettes of speeches or papers presented at annual meetings of the National Council for Adoption (formerly the National Committee for Adoption) and personal files of the Council's founding president, Dr. William Pierce.
National Council of the Churches of Christ in the United States of America, Department of Social Welfare records
Records of the department document efforts to develop among churches a sensitive approach to the social welfare field and to provide leadership for individual church members entering the social work profession. Included are records of committees, of relations with other organizations, of conferences to study specific issues, and of efforts to develop position statements. Originals remain with the National Council of Churches.
The collection consists of documents related to the first and third annual meetings of the National Federation of Student Social Workers held in 1967 and 1969.
The National Guild of Community Music Schools records include correspondence, memoranda, studies, project reports, and concert programs, most of which date from 1946 to 1965.
Included are reports from state and local health councils; materials gathered for the 1945 Gunn-Platt report (published as Voluntary Health Agencies, Ronald Press), which pointed to gaps in existing health care services; and records of the Health Careers Horizons Project, designed to familiarize young people with opportunities in the health care field.