Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:
Alfred J. Kahn collection
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.
Benjamin E. Youngdahl Papers
The collection contains the personal and professional papers of noted public welfare administrator and social work educator, Benjamin E. Youngdahl. Personal correspondents include Harry Truman, Adlai Stevenson, Hubert Humphrey, and John F. Kennedy. Materials documenting Youngdahl's career in the academic and public sectors form the bulk of the collection.
Betsey Rosenbaum papers
Personal papers of Betsey Rosenbaum, social worker involved in child welfare causes. Includes legislation and best practices pertaining to Rosenbaum's involvement and child welfare in general.
Brookwood Child Care records
Minutes, reports, publications, financial records, ledgers, photographs, and some case records from the Orphan Asylum Society of the City of Brooklyn, later Brookwood Child Care. Also includes materials from Brookwood Hall in East Islip, NY.
Center for Advanced Studies in Child Welfare
The collection contains reports, studies, and training manuals from the resource library of the Center for Advanced Studies in Child Welfare at the University of Minnesota School of Social Work.
Children's Home Society of Minnesota records
Minutes, planning documents, publications, and organizational histories of the Children’s Home Society of Minnesota, founded in 1889. Board retreats, long-range planning, licensing, annual meetings, fund-raising and property acquisitions are also documented. Also includes the quarterly publication, The Minnesota Minnesota Children's Home Finder, dating from 1899-1971.
Christ Child Center scrapbook
Collection contains one scrapbook regarding the Christ Child Center in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Clara M. Allen papers
Collection contains the papers of Clara M. Allen, director of the Bryn Mawr play center.
Esther Wattenberg papers
Reports, project and grant files, academic papers, and other records related to the research, teaching, and professional activity of Professor Esther Wattenberg. Topics include social policy at the state and federal level, foster care, child welfare, and family and early childhood support programs.
Florence Laura Goodenough papers
This collection consists of correspondence of Florence Laura Goodenough, professor emeritus of the Institute of Child Welfare at the University of Minnesota.
Howard W. Hopkirk papers
The papers of Howard W. Hopkirk, who served periodically as executive director of the Child Welfare League of America from 1940 through 1948 and was superintendent of a number of children's institutions. Hopkirk's professional efforts focused on child welfare, especially standards in child care, church-related child welfare programs, and the relative merits of institutions and foster home care.
Institute of Child Development records
Collection contains the records of the Institute of Child Development at the University of Minnesota.
Institute of Child Welfare records
Collection contains the records of the Institute of Child Welfare at the University of Minnesota.
Jean Paton papers
This collection focuses on Jean Paton's advocacy work around adoption and adoptees rights, including the records of her organization Orphan Voyage, a research and communication center for adoptees, adoptive parents, and birth parents.
Melvin Glasser papers
Collection contains papers regarding the Mid-century White House Conference on Children and Youth.
Minnesota Child Welfare Training Project records
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.
National Council for Adoption records
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.