Social work with immigrants
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Papers consist of correspondence, clippings, and event programs relating to Tomashevsky's career.
Records include minutes, annual reports, monthly reports on agency activities and services rendered (1936-1943, 1957-1968), financial reports, directors' correspondence (1928-1970), and related records. Also included is a history of the YWCA and the Baltimore International Center.
This collection consists of meeting minutes and administrative materials related to the social services provided by the Jewish Family Service of St. Paul organization.
Papers (1939-1949) of Kyra Malkovsky (1894- ) comprise journals, case work and statistical reports, photographs, and other materials of the International Institute of New York City, miscellaneous correspondence, publications, and materials pertaining to the YWCA Summer School at Fletcher Farm (Proctorville, Vermont).
Papers (1936-1949) of Marie Chase Cole, Executive Secretary of the New York City YWCA comprise reports, bulletins, brochures of the International Institute and of the YWCA. Materials pertain particularly to work with displaced persons. Also included are an international cookbook, and the 1936 Christmas issue of The Womans Press.
Papers (1916-1978, bulk 1916-1917) of Ruth Crawford Mitchell consist of a diary and a taped interview, in which she discusses her association with the YWCA and the International Institute movement. The diary details her training in New York under the direction of Edith Terry Bremer.