Chicago History Museum-- Research Center
Executive committee minutes, account books and other financial materials, scrapbooks, and office files concerning administration and distribution of the Chicago Community Trust (CCT) funds to Chicago area charitable organizations. Includes records of the Elizabeth McCormick Memorial Fund (1908-63, merged 1961) and of other trusts transferred to The Chicago Community Trust. Topics include government relief agencies in the 1930s, child health care and welfare, and particularly in the McCormick Memorial Fund records, tuberculosis and open-air schools. Persons represented in The CCT records include executive committee chairmen Clifford W. Barnes and Edward L. Ryerson, and executive directors James Brown, IV, and Frank D. Loomis
Washington State Historical Society
Collection chiefly relates to Wojahn's time in the Washington State Senate, although there are also materials reflecting her activities with the Washington State Labor Council and the Committee on Political Education (COPE) as well as her 1977 unsuccessful Tacoma mayoral campaign -- Includes correspondence, incoming and outgoing, arranged chronologically, including exchanges with legislative colleagues, lobbyists, constituents, and staff regarding various legislative issues; bills files created during her Senate tenure; issues and notebook files, also containing some correspondence relating to folder topic; background research materials; and correspondence and campaign files reflecting her 1977 campaign to become mayor of Tacoma, including results from a public opinion survey and responses in Tacoma News Tribune, campaign flyers, and information on her opponent, Mike Parker. Issues and notebook files reflect Wojahn's primary interests: child care, child support, consumer issues, ... Read More
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Published and unpublished writings with related correspondence (1913?-1953) and biographical materials, relating to Pear's involvement in social work activities in Boston, Mass., and the U.S., including his concern with the unemployed, relief procedures, problems of desertion and non-support, and writing the Massaschusetts Mother's Aid Law (1913). His work with Homemaker Service, Monday Lunch Club, Boston Metropolitan Chapter of the American Red Cross, and his major employers, Boston Childrens' Aid Society and Boston Provident Association are also documented
Birmingham Public Library,-- Linn Henley Research Library, Dept. of Archives and Manuscripts
Correspondence, diaries, documents, clippings, notebooks of essays, and photos, concerning Parke's medical practice and his involvement with a variety of social issues including child welfare, woman's suffrage, prison reform, and the development of public libraries in Birmingham
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Personal and professional correspondence, chiefly relating to Reynolds's involvement with National Catholic Rural Life Conference and her series of publications, written under the pseudonym Florence Loquens, entitled "Looking Ahead with Rural Youth"; records concerning her extension work with rural youth, various state conferences, International Farm Youth Exchange project, and the 1950 and 1960 White House Conferences on Children and Youth (Washington, D.C.); research files for "Facts About Youth in Ward County, N.D." (1942); miscellaneous records of North Dakota Agricultural College Sigma Psi Chapter of Kappa Delta (1949-1951); travel diary of a world trip (1925); and book reviews
Idaho State Historical Society, Idaho Oral History Center
Genie Sue Weppner spoke about her experiences working with Southern Idaho Voices for Human Rights against Idaho's Proposition One in 1994. Weppner discussed the time period from the 1990s through 2006 and addressed the following topics: Proposition One (1994) Idaho; Pocatello, Idaho; religion and politics; the Idaho Democratic Party; discrimination; and child and public welfare in Idaho
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Children's file (1904-1952); foster homes file (1917-1966); Sheltering Arms (magazine) and annual reports (1865-1961); children's information files (1864-1955); pictures and other framed items (19th and 20th centuries); minutes (1864-1944); financial records (1880-1953); and miscellany (1856-1858); together with records of Katy Ferguson Home (1925-1953), Howard Mission and Home for Little Wanderers (ca. 1860-1945), New York Child's Foster Home Service (1851-1956), Children's Fold (1870-1905), and Shepherd's Fold (1884-1904)
Florida State University - Special Collections Department
Collection covers the years 1927-2002, and consists of proceedings, presentations not included in the proceedings, minutes of business meetings, photographs, registrations, attendance lists, correspondence, financial reports, planning information, newspaper clippings, audio tapes and video tapes of proceedings and interviews, and other related materials. In addition, there are background materials used in planning future institutes, such as scholarly articles on community service issues, literature written by or about the speakers giving presentations at the Institute, songbooks, and publications such as the yearly "Black Mountain Gazette", published by the YMCA Blue Ridge Assembly, and the report "Peopleizing Services A La Blue Ridge" by Institute member Harold J. Weekley
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
Includes executive committee minutes, financial materials, publications, and information concerning community chests and councils
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
The collection contains approximately 35,000 case records


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