Social Work -- United States
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Folder S1882
Scope and Contents This collection contains seven items, including 3 letters written to Helen Daniels from various correspondents, a memorial written by the Tipton Bar Association after the death of Edward Daniels, a letter to Mrs. Daniels from Thomas Langan, and a newspaper clipping and a note regarding an event put on by the Elks of Tipton, Indiana.
Collection — Volume V239
Scope and Contents This collection includes the Indiana Federation of Social Work Clubs' newsletters, meeting minutes, committee papers, membership listing, and correspondence regarding club operations, manuals, and legislation affecting social workers from 1940-1952. A majority of the collection includes the Budget and Executive Committees meeting minutes for the National Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA) during the mid to late 1940s.
Scope and Contents The records include correspondence of the Society’s secretaries regarding annual meetings and the re-organization of the Society in 1940 (1915 – 1941). The collection also contains correspondence with the Indiana Federation of Clubs and the Indiana State Library regarding the preparation of a package library of books on mental health (1935 – 1936). Additionally, there are copies of papers on mental illness presented at the annual meetings in 1920, 1932, and 1940 – 1941; shorthand notes on the...
Scope and Contents This collection includes correspondence, newsletters, programs of annual meetings, and suggestions for programs. There is information about White's Manual Labor Institute in Wabash County, a history of the Indiana State Board of Charities, as well as programs from other states. Almost half of the collection is speeches on various topics which were presented at meetings.
Scope and Contents This collection contains transcripts of oral history interviews with residents of Irvington, once a town in Marion County, and now a neighborhood in Indianapolis, Indiana, ranging from 1978 to 1987. The interviews were conducted primarily by Lois Leamon and others for Indianapolis Public Library, Hilton U. Brown Branch's Irvington Oral History Project. The transcripts include historical information about the town-cum-neighborhood and the people who lived there.
Scope and Contents This collection includes personal and political correspondence and papers, photographs, notebooks, publications and other materials from Margaret Afflis Johnston in Delphi, Carroll County and Indianapolis, Indiana ranging from 1916 to 1967, regarding her political career, public service, the Democratic Party in Indiana, the Indiana Women's Prison and the state correctional system, community engagement, and personal life. Campaign materials and periodicals for various democratic candidates and...
Scope and Contents The collection consists of letters written by World War II soldiers, who were active in the American Settlement, to Mary Rigg. Also included are reports on Indianapolis’s social work activities, as well as attendance and financial records for both the American Settlement and Southwest Social Center. The collection also contains cards, clippings, and other personal material of Mary Rigg.
Scope and Contents The bulk of the collection consists of Maude Vestal’s diaries (1920, 1925-1932) and papers regarding the Wendell Willkie Notification Committee (1940). The Willkie papers principally pertain to the planning of the official notification ceremony in Elwood, Indiana, on August 17, 1940. The collection also contains family and business correspondence; papers regarding her guardianship of Ann Catherine Shaffer; reports on clothing production by Red Cross Volunteers in Anderson; and social work...
Collection — Folder S1617
Scope and Contents This collection comprises meeting notes, a list of committee members, and a history concerning the Social Service Advisory Committee ranging from 1917 to 1929 in Indianapolis, Indiana. There is also a certificate of dissolution for the Social Service of the Indianapolis City Dispensary on June 7, 1929.