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The Ralph Hileman papers relate to his activities in the American Recreation Society.
In addition to the records of the board of directors and executive officers, the collection contains material documenting the organization's program activities, which included child care, Head Start, community food and nutrition, community development, education, employment, energy conservation, multi-service centers, and services for senior citizens.
Pins, post cards, and other ephemera related to the Red Cross in Minnesota. Two books related to the history of the St Paul MN Red Cross. The collection is a gift of Victoria Fodor.
The Robert Morris papers comprise his speeches, articles, and book reviews.
Papers contain rehabilitation and disability services publications and reports.
The collection comprises books, articles, reports, reviews, and speeches written by Lansdale or to which he contributed.
Collection contains papers regarding the social work activities of Ruby Pernell, a social work educator and member of the American Association for the Advancement of Social Work with Groups.
The collection includes papers he accumulated to prepare a history of Group Health Plan of St. Paul.
The Ruth Allen Dickinson papers contain records, speech notes, and resource materials used by Dickinson in her work. Child development, mental health, learning difficulties, familial relationships, and the gifted child are among the principal topics discussed.
The Ruth Haugen papers focus on her courses at the University of Minnesota School of Social Work.
Correspondence, clippings, and papers of Savel Zimand, a health educator and journalist.
The collection consists of by laws, minutes, correspondence, newsletters, pamphlets, programs, and photographs.
The collection consists of minutes, correspondence, memoranda, reports, and photographs.
Minute books, financial records, and correspondence document the club's activities in recreation, political affairs, police protection, and other social concerns.
The Sheltering Arms records include a nearly complete set of board minutes and annual reports, scattered administrative and program records, financial records, and children's admission/discharge records.
The collection consists of pamphlets, typescripts, ephemera, reports, newsletters and other print or near print materials assembled by the staff of the Social Welfare History Archives.
The collection was created by Social Welfare History Archives staff member, Wendy Larson. The files contain print materials, ephemera, publications, correspondence, posters, and promotional literature related to women's issues. Topics include: feminist organizations and causes, careers for women, self-defense, feminist arts, education and others.
Files relating to conferences and programs in the field of social welfare/social work history and newsletters of the Social Welfare History Group.
The Social Welfare Workers Movement Collection was created by Social Welfare History Archives staff. The collection includes issues of Hotch Pot, the group's newsletter. The collection also includes pamphlets, positions statements, announcements, and materials related to the purpose and organization of the group.
The collection includes material about the training course, the financial and administrative development of the program, and the several agencies with which the volunteers worked.
Documents from the Wingspread Conference "Social Work: Future of the Profession" held in Racine, WI, in June 2007.
The records contain Board of Directors materials, by-laws, material from anual conferences and meetings, membership lists and directories, newsletters, brochures, project documents, and correspondence and memoranda from Society for Social Work and Research president, Nancy Hooyman.
Records include minutes and memoranda of committees, seminars, and staff meetings, teaching materials, financial records, correspondence, speeches, publications.
In addition to the committee's administrative records, the collection contains questionnaire responses form and correspondence with directors of schools or departments of social work.
Final report of the Task Force on Social Work research, as well as correspondence with cooperating organizations and materials from task force meetings.