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Abstract The collection includes minutes, newsletters, clippings, and related reference items.
Abstract Contains administrative records, such as board meeting minutes, policy statements, financial records, production files, subscription materials, editorial files, and general correspondence.
Abstract The records reflect organized labor's efforts to increase membership involvement in such community health, welfare, and recreation programs as blood banks, counselling and referral services, or strike assistance. The collection includes incomplete material from predecessor agencies: the AFL's Labor League for Human Rights and the CIO War Relief Committee, later renamed the National CIO Community Services Committee. Also included are correspondence, a reference manual, director's reports,...
Identifier: SW 217
Abstract Correspondence between Agnes Brown Leach, a Survey Associates board member, and Paul Kellogg, editor of the Survey.
Abstract The Albert J Kennedy papers contain Kennedy's research and writing, including his typed manuscript for Social Settlements in New York City, as well as published and unpublished articles on arts in the settlements, on early settlement leaders, and on settlement contributions to race relations.
Identifier: SW 161
Abstract The collection includes Heckman's speeches, professional correspondence, and working files from his agency, foundation, and voluntary activities, reflecting his involvement in national professional associations, and in St. Paul civic affiars. Heckman's interest in social policy issues, such as the delivery and management of health care services, education, corrections, and family relief are well-documented. Also included are surveys Heckman conducted in the 1930s and 1940s of community chests...
Abstract Books, reports, articles and testimony on social work authored by Alfred J. Kahn. Topics include social policy, social planning, comparative U.S. and international child and family policy, juvenile delinquency, and social work education.
Identifier: SW 143
Abstract Alice Taylor Davis was known for her contributions to social work education and commitment improving social service. The Alice Taylor Davis papers reflect her career in social work education, consultation, and on the staff of the U.S. Department of Health Education and Welfare, Technical Training Division. They also relate to her work as co-director of the Study of Social Work Education, which culminated in the report, Social Work Education in the United States (1952) and was a factor in the...
Identifier: SW 0057
Abstract The Alliance of Cambridge Settlement Houses records consist of minutes, correspondence, project applications and reports, financial documents, and group work records. The Alliance of Cambridge Settlement Houses was a federation of Cambridge, Massachusetts, neighborhood centers, incorporated in June 1963. Participants included Cambridge Community Center, Cambridge Neighborhood House, East End House, and Margaret Fuller House. The records, which are mostly from the 1960s, reflect problems of...
Dates: 1902-1914; 1939-1971; (bulk 1960-1969)
Abstract The Alvin Schorr papers reflect his influential career in the field of social work, in both the government and academic sectors, from the 1940's through the 1980s. The collection includes Schorr's books, (some in manuscript form), articles, and speeches, his professional correspondence files, and working files from his government and private-sector positions and activities.
Identifier: SW 128
Abstract The American Immigration and Citizenship Conference records include materials relating to the Conference's efforts to monitor and influence federal immigration policies, especially efforts to replace or revise the national origins quota system and to liberalize policy on the admission of refugees.
Identifier: SW 129
Abstract Records consist of reports, newsletters, and board minutes of state and regional Lutheran welfare organizations and local Lutheran welfare institutions.
Identifier: SW 130
Abstract The collection contains copies of papers presented at the association's annual conferences, reflecting a multidisciplinary approach to a broad range of issues affecting children, adolescents, and their families, schools, and communities.
Identifier: SW 54
Abstract The collection consists of minutes, correspondence, memoranda, reports, publications, speeches, statements, and news clippings generated or collected by the American Public Welfare Association. APWA, founded in 1930 as the American Association of Public Welfare Officials, is a professional organization for staff members of public agencies and others interested in public welfare. APWA studies and distributes information regarding legislation and also offers its members professional development...
Abstract The records chronicle the American Social Health (originally "Hygiene") Association's efforts to control and prevent venereal disease, prostitution, and drug addiction through educational, legal, and medical measures. The records reflect considerable interaction with the armed forces, particularly during periods of war or full mobilization. Field reports document conditions in individual cities and the influence of housing, recreation, sanitation, and other factors on vice and public health....
Abstract The American Society for Public Administration records consists of board minutes, general correspondence, membership lists, and financial records.
Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: SW 195
Abstract One folder of photocopies of Anna Raines’ papers.
Collection — Box: SC 5
Scope and Contents Articles and reports on: tuberculosis control; the Medical Social Service Progarm of the Wheat Ridge Foundation, American Red Cross public health and military hospital programs; and the Social Service Department of the University of Minnesota Hospitals. The materials were created or collected by Annie Laurie Baker, professor and director of the University Hospital Social Service Department at the University of Minnesota.
Abstract The collection consists primarily of biographical material on prominent social work figures compiled by Arthur Dunham. Also included in the collection are some records of the National Social Unit Organization, which promoted community organization and community based services.
Identifier: SW 165
Abstract The collection contains pamphlets on various social activities and issues of interest to Arthur Hillman as well as materials on the Association for the Study of Community Organization (ASCO).
Dates: 1931-1974; Majority of material found in 1936-1949
Identifier: SW 270
Abstract Collection contains of the papers of Arthur Spindler, a public health and public welfare administrator.
Dates: circa 1965-1976
Abstract Records of the Association for the Advancement of Social Work with Groups (AASWG), a professional organization promoting research, education, and practice standards in the field of group work. Contains correspondence, board and committee minutes, regional and local chapter files, project records, newsletters, and annual symposia files. Also, gifts of material from individual association members documenting the history of group work education and practice; AASWG committees; and the AASWG annual...
Abstract Records of an organization advocating voluntary sterilization as a means of birth control and limiting population growth. Includes records of predecessor organizations that promoted eugenic sterilization. Contains primarily: minutes, correspondence, clippings, financial records, reports, and statistics showing sterilizations by state. Topics include: eugenic sterilization of mentally ill and developmentally disabled persons; medical, legal, and socio-economic aspects of sterilization; efforts...
Dates: 1929-1981; Majority of material found within 1945-1977
Abstract The Association for Women in Social Work records include correspondence, newsletters, and financial records as well as documents related to the Collective for the Study and Advancement of Feminist Social Work, which was also known as FemSchool. This was a series of summer gatherings of feminist academics and practitioners. The Association disbanded in 2000.
Abstract Records of the national office of the Association of Junior Leagues of America (AJLA)consisting of files on local member leagues in cities throughout the country. Prominent topics include children's theater, volunteer services, civic art programs, welfare services in local communities, fund-raising, health and rehabilitation services, education, and the operation of individual leagues. Includes: correspondence, field visit reports, regional directories, reports, articles written for AJLA...
Dates: 1922-2001; (bulk 1932-1968)
Identifier: SW 271
Abstract Collection contains the records of the Baccalaureate Program Directors Association.
Abstract This Rochester, New York settlement house, which is still in operation, traces its origins to the work of the B'rith Kodesh Temple. The Baden Street Settlement records document child care, health care, casework, and group work at the settlement. The records include minutes from Board of Directors' meetings, annual reports, case reports, and commentary on the impact of the Great Depression and other events.
Identifier: SW 21
Abstract Included are materials relating to her courses at National Catholic School of Social Services, training courses for the Military Medical Service Corps, and the District of Columbia Public Health Department. Access Restrictions apply.
Content Description Papers Barbara W. Shank papers include materials from Professor Shank's time as professor and dean at the University of St. Thomas, University of St. Catherine School of Social Work. In particular, the files document her work with: the Council on Social Work Education, National Association of Deans and Directors of Schools of Social Work, Minnesota Conference of Social Work Education, Female Social Workers, Association of Baccalaureate Social Work Program Directors, National Association of...
Dates: 1973 - 2018
Abstract The Bernhagen papers focus on child welfare and public assistance topics. The papers also include a journal kept during a 1937 public relief demonstration project in Minnesota.
- Collecting Area: Social Welfare History Archives X
- Child welfare 13
- Social work education 13
- Social service -- International cooperation 11
- Social service 7
- Social settlements -- New York (State) -- New York -- History -- Sources 6
- Public welfare -- United States -- History -- Sources 5
- Social group work 5
- Social work education -- United States 5
- Adoption 4
- Child welfare -- United States -- History -- Sources 4
- Community organization 4
- Family services -- Minnesota -- Saint Paul. 4
- Social settlements -- Minnesota -- Minneapolis. 4
- Social workers -- United States -- Training of 4
- World War, 1939-1945 -- Social aspects -- United States 4
- Aged, Services for -- Minnesota -- Minneapolis -- History -- Sources 3
- Family social work 3
- Health maintenance organizations -- United States -- History -- Sources. 3
- Juvenile delinquency 3
- Lower East Side (New York, N.Y.) 3 ∧ less
- English 288
- English 3
- German 1
- Multiple languages 1
- Kellogg, Paul Underwood, 1879-1958 8
- Council on Social Work Education 7
- National Association of Social Workers 5
- American Association of Social Workers 4
- Community Service Society of New York 4
- International Association of Schools of Social Work 4
- National Conference on Social Welfare 4
- American Public Welfare Association 3
- American Red Cross 3
- Henry Street Settlement (New York, N.Y.) 3
- International Conference of Social Work (Society) 3
- Lower East Side Neighborhoods Association 3
- Mobilization for Youth 3
- National Federation of Settlements and Neighborhood Centers 3
- Wald, Lillian D., 1867-1940 3
- Addams, Jane, 1860-1935 2
- American Association of Medical Social Workers 2
- Association for the Advancement of Social Work with Groups 2
- Association for the Study of Community Organization 2
- Birt, Charles, 1891-1981 2 ∧ less