Texas Tech University - Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library
Contains correspondence, an evaluation report and transcriptions relating to the Juvenile Delinquency seminar conducted in Lubbock, Texas, during 1978
Chicago History Museum
Correspondence, memos, announcements, meeting minutes, topical files, and constituent organization files of the Chicago-based Alliance to End Repression, a fifty-member consortium of churches, labor unions, human relations, and community groups, concerned with issues such as opposition to the death penalty, protection of prisoners' rights, gay rights, constitutional rights, and opposition to police surveillance for political purposes. Includes files on the Alliance's lawsuit, 1974-1981, against the Chicago Police Department's Red Squad, in which the Alliance sought to halt surveillance of persons engaging in leftist political activities rather than crimes. Collection includes many mailings and other materials from similar organizations in Chicago and across the nation
Chicago History Museum
Meeting minutes, reports, printed material, correspondence, newspaper clippings, publications and newsletters, memorandums, proposals, and other papers of the Citizens Committee on the Juvenile Court (CCJC), formerly known as the Citizens Committee on the Family Court, an advisory board to the Circuit Court of Cook County, based in Chicago. Materials relate to the juvenile court, Illinois Youth Commission, Department of Children and Family Services, and the Illinois Committee of the National Council on Crime and Delinquency (NCCD). Also present are research material and studies conducted by the CCJC and NCCD on the Cook County family court, juvenile detention, and decentralization of the juvenile court. Publications and newsletters address topics such as legal issues, juvenile courts, social workers, statistics, and detention centers, and include issues of The Court Reporter (1971-1974) published by the Juvenile Division, Circuit Court of Cook County. In addition, there is a scrapbook ... Read More
Chicago History Museum
Biographical materials, correspondence, travel diaries (17 v.; 1934-1965), scrapbooks (11 v.; 1911-1960), transcripts, certificates, photocopies of newspaper clippings, and other papers of John Gutknecht, a Chicago lawyer and judge. Present are transcripts of radio broadcasts pertaining to traffic court (1930s) and the Chicago Boys' Court, which dealt with young men ages 17-21 (ca. 1932-1934), and transcripts of speeches from Gutknecht successful campaign for Cook County State's Attorney (1951-1952). A large portion of the collection consists of travel diaries and transcripts of radio broadcasts of Gutknecht's commentaries on the political situation in Europe and the rise of Fascism (1936-1945), as well as customs, social and economic conditions, and political problems in Latin and South America (1943-1944). The scrapbooks contain clippings related to Gutknecht's education and career
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, minutes, reports, and history of Indiana Association of County Welfare Directors (1942-1961); correspondence and reports of Indiana Board of State Charities and its secretary, Amos W. Butler, including material relating to reformatories, juvenile courts, child care, and a number of Indianapolis charities, including Charity Organization Society, Mothers Aid Society, Summer Mission for Sick Children, and Citizens Humane Society; correspondence, reports, and papers regarding child health care, insane asylums, and homes for the feeble-minded (1898-1940); transcripts of Dorothea Dix's memorial to Congress (1848) requesting a grant of land for the relief and support of the indigent insane, and transcript of her report (1847) on Indiana jails and poor asylums; and histories of Board of State Charities (ca. 1901), and Dept. of Public Welfare (ca. 1938)
University of Michigan - Bentley Historical Library
The papers have been organized into four series: Biographical/Personal; Detroit Politics and City Council Activities; Probate Court, Juvenile Court Judge; Genealogy/Historical Research. The Biographical/Personal series includes personal and family correspondence, articles and interviews, speeches, and photographs. Detroit Politics and City Council documents his campaigns for office and his work in council, most notably concerning issues of regional water supply and the controversy over
University of South Carolina
Records, 1940-1961 and 1973-1994, consist chiefly of administrative and program files, 1949-1960. Administrative files include bylaws, board minutes, financial records, and membership lists
Denver Public Library
Contains published material by or about Judge Lindsey, including pamphlets, articles, speeches, magazine extracts, newspaper clippings, oath of office as public administrator (1899). Emphasis on his years as Juvenile Court judge in Denver, Colo. (1900-1927)
Minnesota Historical Society
Records (1909-1959) and minutes (1959-1983) documenting the proceedings and judge's order issued in each delinquency, dependency, or neglect case
Minnesota Historical Society
Complaints, orders, and related administrative documents pertaining to cases involving juvenile delinquents, neglected children, and county support for dependent children of impoverished mothers


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