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Public welfare

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:

Charles S. Grout letter

 Collection — Folder S0551
Identifier: S0551
Scope and Contents This collection includes a typed letter from C. S. Grout in Indianapolis, Indiana on September 7, 1899 regarding the operation of the Charity Society Organization.
Dates: 1899/08/07

Committee on Registration of Social Workers collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: S2464
Scope and Contents This collection contains records from the Committee on Registration of Social Workers of the Indiana State Conference on Social Work, including correspondence, documents, clippings, reports, and meeting minutes ranging from 1945 to 1952. Also included is a copy of "Registration of Social Workers in California," a field study by Katherine A. Stanton submitted in December 1940 for her candidacy for a Masters of Arts degree at the University of Chicago; a copy of the January 1946 edition...
Dates: 1940-1952

Delaware County Jail matron's diaries

Identifier: L210
Scope and Contents The collection consists of work diaries of an unidentified jail matron in Muncie, Delaware County, Indiana during the years 1935-1938. The matron’s responsibilities primarily involved relief assistance to the poor in Muncie, rather than work with jail inmates. The diaries detail the amount of relief given each day and name who received the aid.
Dates: 1935-1938

Florence Riddick Boys papers

Identifier: L424
Scope and Contents This collection includes typed sketches and other writings, newspaper articles, pamphlets, correspondence, magazine books, editorials, and photographs from Florence Riddick Boys ranging from 1898 to 1982, regarding the life of Florence Riddick Boys and her husband, Samuel B. Boys, "Woman's Page" and her authorship, the Republican Party, women's suffrage, and public welfare.There are also oversize photographs, including a 1948 portrait of Boys, a group photograph from the 1923...
Dates: 1898-1982

Homer E. Capehart papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: L650

Indiana public welfare collection

 Collection — Folder S2138
Identifier: S2138
Scope and Contents This collection includes an unused petition from January 1889 prepared by the Committee on Prison Reform in support of the appointment of an Indiana State Board of Charities to oversee public institutions, both penal and benevolent; a document reprinted from the July 1938 issue of Hoosier Farmer regarding "Property Tax Rates for Welfare and Poor Relief" and a copy of the Indiana Farm Bureau Inc.'s document "A Study in Per Capita Valuation in...
Dates: 1889-1940

Indiana Public Welfare, "Indiana Resources for Domestic Relations Problems" report

 Collection — Folder S1581
Identifier: S1581
Scope and Contents Law students Laura Hull and Joan Anthony wrote this 29-page typed report, dated May 21, 1958. The carbon pages are on onion skin paper. The purpose of the report was to provide community resources for lawyers handling domestic relations cases. Ms. Hull and Ms. Anthony organized the resources into ten geographical areas. Public welfare "dates back to the Elizabethan Poor Laws of 1601." On page two, they give the seven areas in which the Department of Public Welfare functions. Along with state...
Dates: 1958

Indianapolis Community Fund newsletter

 Collection — Folder OB143
Identifier: OB143
Scope and Contents This collection contains one newsletter created by the Indianapolis Community Fund promoting their yearly giving campaign in 1941.
Dates: 1941

Wendell Willkie's One World fellowship cartoon

 Collection — Folder B086
Identifier: B086
Scope and Contents This collection contains a political cartoon entitled "Courageous public service without reward". It is signed by the illustrator and was created sometime in the 1940s. It shows Wendell Willkie atop a globe with a throng of people looking up at him. Around him, pages are scattered that include phrases such as "Wendell Willkie's One World fellowship", "World peace", "Liberty", and "Justice".
Dates: circa 1940s