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Child welfare

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Citizens' Child Welfare Study Committee reports

 Collection — Folder S3338
Identifier: S3338
Scope and Contents This collection comprises five reports from the Citizens' Child Welfare Study Committee during 1946-1949 regarding the needs and services provided for children and young adults in Marion County, particularly in the legal and educational systems. The "Survey Report of the Juvenile Aid Division, Indianapolis Police Department" provides statistics of arrests from 1938 to 1946, descriptions of facilities, and recommendations for changes. The "Survey Report of The Marion County Juvenile Court and...

Eloise Castetter papers

 Collection — Folder S2517
Identifier: S2517
Scope and Contents This collection consists of five documents written by Eloise Castetter on historical topics in Indiana ranging from 1973 to 1976, regarding the Indiana Boys' School and other facilities operated by the Indiana Department of Corrections near Plainfield Indiana including the Reception-Diagnostic Center and the Indiana Youth Center, as well as Hendricks County history.

Helen Daniels collection

 Collection
Identifier: S2565
Scope and Contents The collection consists of five folders that contain papers on the Indiana Citizens Committee on Child Welfare Legislation, (ICCCWL), House Bill 1215, miscellaneous newspaper clippings, and correspondence. The ICCCWL was an organization that lobbied for child welfare and stricter child abuse laws. House Bill 1215, sponsored by Congressman William Latz, was a bill that would shift the administration of Township Poor Relief from the Township Trustees to the County Welfare Departments. Daniels...

Helen Daniels scrapbooks

 Collection — Volume V239
Identifier: V239
Scope and Contents This collection contains four scrapbooks created by Helen Daniels from 1951 in Indianapolis that contain newsclippings regarding politics and welfare in Indiana.