World War, 1939-1945 -- Social aspects -- United States
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
American Social Health Association Records
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....
Travelers Aid Association of America records
Identifier: SW 122
The Travelers Aid Association of America records contain board and committee minutes and reports, conference programs and proceedings, directories of local Travelers Aid services, procedural manuals, bulletins and newsletters, reports and program analyses, scrapbooks, and teaching materials.
Travelers Aid Society of Minneapolis Records
Abstract The Travelers Aid Society of Minneapolis began as a protective service for young women and immigrant groups moving into the city. After years as a department of the Minneapolis YWCA, it became an independent agency in 1930. It served migrating men, women, and families until its operations were transferred to the Community Information and Referral Services, a division of the Minneapolis United Way, in 1975. The records contain board and committee minutes, annual and monthly reports, financial...
Wartime Committee on Personnel in the Social Services records
The Wartime Committee on Personnel in the Social Services records contain minutes, reports, and correspondence that document the committee's efforts to address the impact of the draft and wartime mobilization on the social service field.