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Community Service Society records, 1842-1995

Series V: Charity Organization Society

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Subseries V.1: Alphabetic Files



Box 91 Administration - AICP - COS Relations


Administration - AIC-COS Relations, 1844-1904


Box 91 Cooperation - Method of handling cases


Box 91 Report of Committee on relations – 19--


Statements on cooperative relationships & working agreements of AICP & COS:


Box 91 Chief issue: Practice where AICP gave relief to cases transferred to it by COS


Box 91 Material describing philosophy & functions of both agencies


Box 91 Method of handling reports on cases by both agencies


Box 91 Proposal far a new "League" to raise money for AICP to defray relief costs on cases referred to AICP & COS Annuity Plan


Box 91 Undated notes commenting on relationships, Undated


Box 91 Appeal letter


Box 91 Reilly case - 1904 referred to Chaffee correspondence (see Administration AICP-COS relations), 1904


Box 91 Chaffee 1911-12


Box 91 AICP-COS relationships & working agreements


Administration - AICP & COS relations - Dr. Chaffee correspondence 1911-12:


Box 91 Very important Folder - Correspondence with case material shows the COS & AICP policies regarding cases to be referred to either.


Box 91 Policies re: Assistance & valuable criticisms of methods of COS


Box 91 Case material indicates living costs at this time - extent and nature of relief


Box 91 Dr. Chaffee's letters advocating rights of older people to remain as long as possible in their own homes show an advanced attitude re: Care of the Aged


Box 91 Administration - Asst. Secy' Applicant s, 1897


Box 91 Correspondence with applicants for Asst. Secy' position reflects the background of training & experience with widen people feel qualified to apply.


Box 91 The Harry E. Richmond correspondence of 1896 has been removed and placed in a Mary E. Richmond file., 1896


Administration:


Box 91 Annuity Plan


Box 91 Bureau of Advice and Information


Box 91 Constitution & By Laws



Box 92 Administration:


Box 92 Constitution & By Laws, 1907


Box 92 Criticisms of agency and staff


Box 92 Departmental Investigation


Box 92 General Procedure -, 1887-1892


Box 92 Office procedure - personnel practices - job descriptions -casework processes and methods


Box 92 General Work Reports 1907-11


Box 92 Administration - Internal Study Plan, 1909


Box 92 Study Plan 1909 - for a COS self-appraisal of all aspects of agency work, 1909


Box 92 Administration Manual - Burrows, 1920


Box 92 A critical examination of work of departments of COS


Miscellaneous:


Box 92 Newspaper clippings - Kingsbury's protest against AICPs' not rising endowment for current need, 1938


Box 92 Work relief program - newspaper clippings & correspondence


Box 92 Social Security legislation - NY State 1935- the AICP position.



Box 93 Administration:


Box 93 Office Management Report –, 1916


Box 93 Administration - Record of One Day's Work 1907 This Folder contains reports from all districts & other district service units of COS, including the Registration Bureau of the actual services given on one day in September 1907, 1907, September 1907


Box 93 Reorganization Plans, 1933


Box 93 Space Study


Box 93 Staff Council


Box 93 Adjustment Service


Box 93 Aged


Box 93 Aged Boarding Care for in NY State, 1899


Box 93 Aged - Welfare Council Committee 1927-31 See: Welfare Council Committee - Aged 1927-31


Box 93 Agencies


Box 93 Agents - Training of 1899 This Folder contains data in letters about the deForest family, 1899


Box 93 Alcoholism


Box 93 Alien s Interned -, 1918



Box 94 American Association for Organizing Family Social Work:


See: National Association of Societies for Organizing Charity (Forerunner of FSAA)


Box 94 1910-15


Box 94 1918-19


Box 94 March-Dec –, 1920


Box 94 Jan 1923 - April 192l, 1923


Box 94 1927 – 1930, 1927, 1930


Box 94 Institutes 1912-27


Box 94 Origins of the Institutes - changing character of these programs shown



Box 95 American Association for Organizing Family Social Work:


Box 95 Training 1920-25


Box 95 Minutes of Committee on training and recruitment and of New York Subcommittee proposed standards of training.


Box 95 American Provident Society


American Red Cross:


Box 95 Cooperation of COS in disaster work COS Institutional Membership in ARC Development of a Home Service Program


Box 95 1907-1911 (Formation of Emergency Relief Dept# of American Red Cross in 1907 which involved co-operation structure with voluntary philanthropic agencies), 1907-1911, 1907


Box 95 Civilian Relief Committee - 1916 Minutes, 1916



Box 96 America n Red Cross:


Box 96 Dependents of Guardsmen (Family allowances made to dependents of men serving in the military by company employers)


Box 96 Emergency Relief Committee


Box 96 Home Service Section 1918-21


Box 96 Nutrition Center - Jointly sponsored with COS (See : Home Economics - School Lunches)


Box 96 War Dept's Relief to Dependents of Guardsmen


Anniversaries:


Box 96 Miscellaneous


Box 96 50th -, 1932


Box 96 53rd –, 1935


Box 96 54th –, 1936



Box 97 Annual Report Planning (See: Welfare Council Bulletin "Planning the Annual Report" Bertram Brown, Page 5, Volume III, Feb-March 1930)


Box 97 Apprentices (See: Casework – Training[indent] Casework - Visitors in Training (COS Training Course Outline)[end]


Box 97 Assistant District Secretaries Meeting - October 1923-October 1927 (See District Secretaries (Assistants) Meeting October 1923 - October1927), October 1923-October 1927, October 1923


Box 97 Association of Day Nurseries (Shows relationship between day nurseries and COS Describes an early course given by Child Study Assn to day nursery staff) members


Box 97 Babies Clinic (See: Mothers' Discussion Groups)


Box 97 Babies Clinic - 1909-11


Box 97 Babies Welfare Federation (See: Child Welfare Federation 1914-29)


Box 97 "Beginnings" (Digested Statistics and documentation of COS & AICPs pioneer work in starting various agencies, hospitals and public departments)


Box 97 Bread Line 19l4-l5 (COS activity and protests Shows development of public attitudes toward a "charity"; criticism of COS; interpretation of COS work and efforts to interpret to the public)


Box 97 Board of Child Welfare - Cases Aided by COS


Boar d of Child Welfare COS Cases 1915-29:


Box 97 Development of the Board


Box 97 Development of Criteria of eligibility for relief grants


Box 97 Policies of relationship between BCW and private agencies


Box 97 Annual reports


Box 97 Discussion in meeting re: BCW


Box 97 Correspondence reflective about the development of a category of public relief such as this)


Box 97 Annual reports of BCW


Box 97 Board of Child Welfare COS Cases 1930-35



Box 98 Board of Education


Box 98 Bronx - Budget Schedules


Box 98 Bundle Day 19l5


Box 98 Bureau of Advice & Information (See: Administration)


Box 98 Bureau in the Interest of Children (Valuable for research into origins of the U.S. Children's Bureau)


Box 98 Bureau of Children Guidance (Proposed training center for NY school 122) See: New York School of Social Work


Box 98 Camp TERA (Rehabilitation camp for unattached females)


Casework:


Box 98 Caroline Goodyear Study 1911-12


Box 98 Committee on Case Recording


Box 98 Committee on Methods


Box 98 Compared - AICP & COS 1923 (See also letter of 2/7/24 to Mr. deForest - relative to current discussion of possible merger - in Folder Merger - AICP & COS discussion of), 1923, 2/7/24


Box 98 Confidentiality of Records



Box 99 Casework:


Box 99 Difficult Cases Committee


Box 99 Duties of Agents


Box 99 Effectiveness of (study 1909) (Case reports - a research study of effectiveness of case work in 1909 - spot checks of practices, etc.), 1909


Box 99 Ethics of


Box 99 Film Study of Social Work


Box 99 Cora Kasius - Casework Direction


Box 99 "Friendly Visiting" - Zilpha D. Smith


Box 99 How to do personal work


Box 99 Miss Smith's paper given to a class at NY school of Philanthropy and elsewhere)


Box 99 Friendly Visitors Course - Z.D, Smith 1898-99.


Box 99 Investigation, 1907.


Box 99 Issues of Non-residence (Service to clients)


Box 99 Manual.


Box 99 Methods & Process


Box 99 Methods, Study of - Comparison of casework - AICP & COS Casework contain samples of old cases and one of 1894)


Box 99 Record Forms 1908-13.


Box 99 Practice


Box 99 Research Plans 1934-35.


Box 99 Relief by District 1908-16.


Box 99 Relief expenditure by district.



Box 100 Casework:


Box 100 Relief in Districts. (See: Studies - Relief in COS 1921-1927)


Box 100 Size of Load 1921-24.


Box 100 Staff Development.


Box 100 Studies.


Box 100 Summaries


Box 100 Supervisors Conference Colcord 1929. (Methods of Supervision (Probably 1915-16 - author not known) See also: Studies)


Box 100 Teaching Conference 1929-Klien.


Box 100 Techniques - Marcus Notes


Box 100 Training. (See also: Casework - Friendly Visitors Course - Zilpha D Smith 1898-99)


Box 100 Treatment M.E. Richmond

"The Beginnings of Treatment" discussion by M.E. Richmond & Boston social workers (transcript of discussion).

List of types of situations encountered in practice and the recommended treatment measures. Source of material not indicated - not dated (Presumably around 1911 judging by other content in Folder from which it was taken).


Box 100 Visitors Qualifications.

Early attempts in developing criteria.


Box 100 Visitors Training 1924-26



Box 101 Casework & Community Institute, 1929

COS material used (auspices American Assn for Organizing Family Social Work now FSAA


Box 101 Catholic Charities COS Cooperation


Box 101 Causes of Distress in Family Life, 1898


Box 101 Central Auxiliary Committee of Ladies


Box 101 Central Bureau


Box 101 Central Council, 1907-1917

See Also Boxes 205-211)


Box 101 Reports to central council 11-15-16; 12-5-17 bound bk


Box 101 Reports (1916-1928) in bound book



Box 102 Publicity reports to central council 1916-20


Box 102 Reports from Social Service Exchange 1915-20


Box 102 Reports from Central Office Operations 1911-12


Box 102 Central Financing 1929-32 Covers Welfare Council's Study - Pro & Con Comments



Box 103 Central Office Group See District Secretaries CO Group


Box 103 Chapin - Alumnae Health Bureau See Also: District s - Hudson-Clinton


Box 103 Charities Dispute - 1916 See Also: Charities Review, 1916


Box 103 Charities - New York City Conference, 1900


Box 103 Charities Publication 1899-1907 See also: Charities Review, 1899-1907


Box 103 Charities - Publications 1900-01 See also: Charities Review


Box 103 Charities - Publication 1904-11 (Valuable data showing the management, development and "trail" of publishing of a social work journal). See also: Charities Review


Box 103 Charity Organization Society - London


Box 103 Charity Rates 1923 (Contains transportation agreements between agencies and states), 1923



Box 104 Charity Rates 1924-29


Box 104 Charity Rates - Railroad 1905-18


Box 104 Charity Rates - Railroad 1927-33


Box 104 Charter and By-laws


Child Care – Negro:


Box 104 1937 Proposal by Welfare Council for a placement study for Negro children and youth., 1937


Box 104 1935 Study by Welfare Council of provisions for care of Negro boys under 12 adjudged delinquent., 1935


Box 104 Child Labor


Box 104 Child Labor Committee (Formation of the National Child Labor Committee & participation of COS unit)


Box 104 Child Welfare



Box 105 Child Welfare Federation - 1914-29 (Until 1922 known as Babies Welfare Federation Shows agency position in developing services to children), 1922


Box 105 Child Welfare League of America


Box 105 Child Guidance - Bureau of See also: New York School of Social Work


Box 105 Children's Bureau NYC, 1899-1915


Box 105 Children's Bureau 1914-15 Cases Referred


Box 105 Children's Bureau - United States


Box 105 Children's Court


Christmas Giving:[indent]


Box 105 Christmas Dinner Parties Given 1925-26


Box 105 Christmas Giving by COS Districts 1912-16



Box 106 Christmas Clearing Bureau, 1923


Box 106 Christmas Dinners 1903-12


Box 106 Chronically Ill Study by Mary C. Jarrett 1931 See: Welfare Council Chronically Ill Study 1931, 1931, 1931


Box 106 Church and Social Work


Box 106 Church and Social Work - Grace Church 1933-38 (Shows the cooperation between COS and Grace Church)


Box 106 Citizens Family Welfare Committee


Box 106 Citizens Family Welfare Committee - 1933 Campaign Radio Skits, 1933



Box 107 Citizen s Family Welfare Committee - 1934-35 Campaign Radio Skits


Box 107 Citizens Family Welfare Committee - 1936 Campaign Radio Skits, 1936


Box 107 Clinics - Clinton Dental


Box 107 Clinics - Fees Clinics


Yorkville Dental:


Box 107 1916-18


Box 107 1919-23


Box 107 1924-33



Box 108 Coal & Fuel Investigation 1898 (Valuable historical data refers to COS investigation of 1898 which resulted in the abolition of outdoor relief by DPC. Opposition to a free coal bill in State legislature), 1898, 1898


Box 108 Cocaine, Sale of See: Drug Addiction


Box 108 Committee - Congestion of Population in NYC 1908 (Shows participation of COS in a study concerned with rapid population growth in NYC end inadequate health, recreation, etc. resources.), 1908


Box 108 Committee - Dependent Children


Box 108 Committee - Dispensary Development 1921-26


Box 108 Committee - Mendicancy - 1901-14


Box 108 Committee - Mental Hygiene (Shows the varying states of understanding of mental hygiene values among NYC agencies, different patterns of organization to implement use of growing knowledge, etc.)


Box 108 Committee - Mental Hygiene See also: Mental Hygiene & Casework and National Committee on Mental Hygiene


Box 108 Committee - Prevention of Tuberculosis - General Correspondence 1909-1922-1927



Box 109 Committee - Prevention of Tuberculosis minutes 1907-1914-1919


Box 109 Committee - Relief Program 1935 (Proposals for a program of Federal Relief), 1935


Box 109 Committee – Research:


Box 109 Minutes 1926-28


Box 109 General Correspondence


Box 109 Committee - Relief Program See: American Association of Social Workers


Box 109 Committee - Standard of Living (8th NY State Conference of Charities & Correction November 1907)


Box 109 Committee - Standard of Living See also: Costs of Living Detailed material from a study of living costs in NYC in 1907 among working men's families., 1907


Box 109 Committee - Tenement House See: Tenement House Committee


Box 109 Committee - Venereal Disease, 1925-1927


Box 109 Committee of Fourteen 1911-26


Box 109 Committee on Criminal Courts See also: Courts


Box 109 Committee on the Care of the Poor 1907 Report (Author and agency not known May be useful to one studying treatment of poverty during this period), 1907


Box 109 Committee to study the work of District Committees: See : District Committee to study work of District Committees


Box 109 Community Organization. See: National Social Unit Organization


Box 109 Conference – Monthly


Box 109 Confidentiality. See: Casework: Confidentiality of Records



Box 110 Consolidation Proposals, AICP/COS. See: Merger Proposals, 1894-1919


Box 110 Constitution


Box 110 Contributors Information Bureau


Box 110 Cooperative Social Settlement Society


Box 110 Cost of Care - Public Institutions, 1897


Box 110 Cost of Living


Box 110 Courts – Children


Box 110 Courts, Committee on Criminal



Box 111 Courts, Committee on Criminal:


Box 111 1911-1920


Box 111 1923-1928


Box 111 1933 - June 1934, 1933, June 1934


Box 111 1935



Box 112 1936


Box 112 Minutes, 1910-1936



Box 113 Reports, etc.



Box 114 Courts – Domestic Relations, New York City


Box 114 Courts, Magistrates


Box 114 Criteria for Position. See: Casework - Visitor in Training


Box 114 Day Care of Children - Survey Proposal, 1917- See: Child Welfare


Box 114 de Forest, Robert Weeks


Box 114 Delinquency. See: Lippincott, Earl


Dependent Children, 1898-1907


Box 114 Important Historical material re: provisions for care of dependent, neglected and delinquent children.


Box 114 Studies, philosophy expressed by different people.


Box 114 Review of facilities


Box 114 Shows activity of COS in participating on committee in NYC with child care.


Dependent Children - Cases, 1899


Box 114 Summaries of cases


Box 114 Interesting picture of case load problems of the times and of methods of handling.



Box 115 Depression – 1931-33 (The beginnings of concern about effects of the depression are reflected in minutes of meetings of social workers (COS represented).


Box 115 Depression - Police Cooperation 1930-31


Box 115 Desertion - 1902-09 (Contains material on a project in which N.J. Palzer of National Desertion Bureau worked with COS on its desertion cases. Shows developing methodology in location work)


Box 115 Detention Facilities for Children 1900 See: Child Welfare, 1900


Box 115 Directory of Charities See: Directory of Social Agencies


Box 115 Directory of Social Agencies


Box 115 Disaster Relief - Aid to Defrauded Persons


Box 115 Clark Brothers Relief -, 1929


Box 115 Disaster Relief - Home Services


Box 115 Disaster Relief - Hudson River



Box 116 Disaster Relief - Park Place


Box 116 Disaster Relief - Paterson N. J. Fire & Flood


Box 116 Disaster Relief - Slocum


Box 116 Disaster Relief - Thessalonka


Box 116 Disaster Relief - Titanic


Box 116 Disaster Relief - Volturno


Box 116 Districts. See Also Boxes 198-202.


Districts:


Box 116 Boundary Changes (Protests on proposed changes in location, boundaries & consolidation of district offices)


Box 116 Boundary maps, 1882-1905


Box 116 Bronx


Box 116 Chelsea


Box 116 Clinton



Box 117 Committee on Cooperation 1916-23


Box 117 Committee on District Work, 1887-1909


Box 117 Committee to study the Work of District Committee


Box 117 Committee to Study the Work of



Box 118 Chelsea-Lowell


Box 118 Corlears


Box 118 Harlem


Box 118 Hudson


Box 118 Hudson-Clinton (See also - Chapin - Alumnae Health Bureau)


Box 118 Intake Policies


Box 118 Gramercy


Box 118 Jefferson


Box 118 Kips Bay


Box 118 Riverside


Box 118 Yorkville "Schermerhorn Park" (This Folder tells a story of how activity of the Yorkville District Committee brought into being as a playground, the present Schermerhorn Park, East 67th & 68th Streets


Box 118 District Work - Committee on Cooperation


Box 118 Yorkville


Box 118 Relief Budgets 1928-34


District Secretaries-- Central Office Group (Discussions of affairs related to casework operations Responsibility during depression, etc.--This was a sort of steering committee of the Dist. Secy. group):


Box 118 The Work of See: Personalities - Richmond, Mary E.


Box 118 Meeting, 1909


Box 118 Called "Agents Meeting"


Box 118 Meeting -1911-1914


Box 118 Meeting -, October 1914-June 1915



Box 119 Meeting -, October 1915-July 1916


Box 119 Meeting -, October 1916-December 1917


Box 119 Meeting -, 1918-1922


Box 119 Meeting -, January 1923-December 1924


Box 119 Meeting -, 1923-1925



Box 120 Meeting -, January 1925-September 1926


Box 120 Meeting -, October 1926-January 1927


Box 120 Meeting -, 1926-1929


Box 120 Meeting -, 1931-1933


Box 120 Meeting -, October 1930-August 1931


Box 120 Meeting - 1934-35


Box 120 Meeting -, October 1935-July 1938



Box 121 (Assistants) Meeting October1923-October, 1927


Box 121 (Assistants) - Visitors Meeting 1910-12 (In-Service training and discussion of case practice)


Box 121 Meeting - Work and Procedure, 1915


Box 121 Meeting - Special, 1920-1922


Box 121 Meeting - Central Office Group


Box 121 Meeting - Program, 1912-1924


Box 121 Districts - Work and Procedure, 1915


Box 121 District Work – Reports


Box 121 District Work - Appointment, Visits, Salaries Paid (Mr. Devine Reviews Visits)


Box 121 District Workers 2-day conference (1935 papers)


Box 121 Docket


Box 121 East Harlem Nursing and Health Service - Committee on Education, 1929-1930


Box 121 East Harlem Health Center, 1921-1922



Box 122 East Harlem Health Center, 1923-1925


Box 122 Educational Clinics, 1916-1925 (CCNY-COS Cooperation), 1916-1925


Box 122 Emergency Home Relief Bureau, 1931-1932 (Its development from first stages; Welfare Council Committee material on subject), 1931-1932


Box 122 Emergency Unemployment Relief


Box 122 Employment Bureau for the Handicapped, 1906-1912


Box 122 Employment Service:


Box 122 COS-Riverside Church (Folder l)


Box 122 Reports, 1931-1933 by May Preuss; 1931-1935, 1931-1933, 1931-1935


Box 122 Employment Service - COS-Riverside Church (Folder 2)



Box 124 Eviction Cases, 1914-1915


Box 124 Eviction Clippings


Box 124 Executive Committee. See: Boxes 212-214.


Exhibits:


Box 124 Buffalo, 1903 Paris 1900, 1903, 1900


Box 124 World's Fair, St. Louis, 1903


Box 124 Eye Glasses for School Children


Box 124 Family Agencies - Function of


Box 124 Family Service - Change in Name



Box 125 Family Service:


Box 125 District


Box 125 Secretaries Committee, 1882-1910



Box 126 Family Welfare Association of Baltimore, 1914-1921 (speeches, etc.), 1914-1921


Box 126 Family Welfare Association of Queens


Box 126 Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies


Box 126 Fees for Counseling Services


Box 126 Folks, Homer - Commissioner of Charities See: NYC Charities Dept. of, 1898-1903


Box 126 Forwarding Center Plan 1909-23


Box 126 Forms - Sample Relief Tickets 1883 (Historical forms data indicating various methods dispensing relief), 1883


Box 126 Fresh Air Fund (Material from 1901-36; Contains information about how COS conducted Fresh Air work and opinions about various kinds of placement used)


Box 126 Fresh Air Home (Describes COS experience in 1919. Summer use of a boarding home on Connecticut shore for groups of mothers and young children for two weeks periods each)



Box 127 Friendly Visitors See: Casework – Friendly Visitors Course by Zilpha D. Smith 1898-99 See also - Mary S Richmond, Notes on 1887 Annual Report, 1887


Box 127 Fuel Savings


Fund Raising:


Box 127 1883-1909


Box 127 Central Financing


Box 127 Central Financing - Protestant Chest Proposal


Box 127 J. P. Jones Plan, 1934


Box 127 Special Appeal (Violin appeal for "Jimmy")


Box 127 German Soap Wrappers -Receipts. See Also Box 308


Box 127 Gifts in Kind - See:- Thanksgiving Dinners -, 1910-1921


Box 127 Goodwill, Mary C.


Box 127 Paper "Family Re-adjustment After the War" delivered at Atlantic City –, undated


Box 127 See Folder: American Red Cross


Box 127 Goodyear, Caroline - Study of 500 Cases 1911-12 . See Casework - Caroline Goodyear Study


Box 127 Guardianship


Box 127 Handbooks, (2 volumes)



Box 128 Handbooks, (3 volumes)


Box 128 Harlem Relief Society See Districts - Harlem


Box 128 Harpers Weekly (Attack on COS) See: Press and Social Work (Harpers)


Box 128 Hartsdale Conference, April 1911


Box 128 Hill, Octavia See: COS London, England


Box 128 History – Fifteen Year Chronology COS 1896 Original Copy (Valuable pamphlets and bulletins; Some outside cotemporary articles included to reflect the climate of the times), 1896


Box 128 History - 3 Folder, 2 volumes



Box 129 Hodges, Dean George - 1910 Speech "Practical Philanthropy" See also: American Association for Organizing Family Social Work, 1910


Home Economics:


Box 129 Budget Standards -, 1906


Box 129 Committee, (2 Folders)


Box 129 Food & Clothing Prices 1919-21


Box 129 Food Prices (Newspaper Clippings)


Box 129 School Lunches


Box 129 Home Economics and Social Work (Describes content of courses given by home economist (COS) to social workers & information about social science content of curricula for training in home economics)



Box 130 Home Economist, 1916


Box 130 Home Economist 1917-18


Box 130 Home Economist 1919-26


Box 130 Home Economist - Budget Study


Box 130 Home Economics - Minutes



Box 131 Home Economics - Monthly Reports 1917-20


Box 131 Home Economics - Students 1919-21


Box 131 Home Work


Box 131 Homemaker Service See: Welfare Council - Housekeeping Service Report 1938-43 Also: Visiting Housekeeper Service & Nutrition


Homeless:


Box 131 1927-33


Box 131 Clippings - Articles


Box 131 Federation of Agencies for Homeless Men 1922-25


Box 131 Municipal Lodging House 1914-15


Box 131 Social Service Advisory Committee to Municipal Lodging House



Box 132 Subcommittee - Welfare Council, 1927-1929


Box 132 Subcommittee Welfare Council - Family Section


Box 132 Work Study, 1930


Box 132 Homeless and Unattached Females See: Camp TERA


Box 132 Homemaking Courses



Box 133 Hospitals and Social Service (Describes COS responsibility for investigating ability to pay clinic fees at hospital; describes assistance given to hospitals by COS in setting up social service departments)


Box 133 House of Refuge and House of Detention, 1899-1902


Box 133 Housing, (7 Folders)



Box 134 Housing, (2 Folders)


Box 134 Immigration Committee -, 1899-1902


Box 134 India House


Box 134 Industrial Development Studies, 1896-1931


Box 134 Infant Mortality, 1909


Box 134 Infantile Paralysis



Box 135 Joint Application Bureau-.Minutes, 1906-1916


Box 135 Joint Application Bureau 1904-1917 (General correspondence & memos; budget material; staff job description), 1904-1917


Joint Application Bureau:[indent]


Box 135 1904-1911


Box 135 1907-1920


Box 135 Analysis of cases, 1905-1906


Box 135 Definition of homeless men, 1907


Box 135 Study of conditions in lodging houses, 1912


Box 135 Study of conditions and working conditions in New Catskill Aqueduct, 1911


Box 135 Annual Reports


Box 135 Reports by contributors, 1912-1920


Box 135 Early material has lists of staff members


Box 135 1908-1910



Box 136 January 1910-December 1912


Box 136 Reports on JAB casework at Municipal Lodging Houses


Box 136 Reports by social secretary - Are Homeless men permanently made self supporting?


Box 136 Outline - What a social workers job at the municipal lodging house should entail


Box 136 December 1912-1913


Box 136 July 1912-March 1915 (Correspondence & brief progress reports indicate scope of Charles B. Barnes' study of homeless men), July 1912-March 1915


Box 136 January1914-January, 1917


Box 136 February-August 1920 (Services to ex-servicemen), February-August 1920


Box 136 Budworth Case



Box 137 Cooperative Workshop Plan, 1934


Box 137 Study of the Homeless 1931, 1938, 1931, 1938


Box 137 Jones , John Price (Mr. Church)


Box 137 Junior League 1910-30


Box 137 Junior League - Children's Scholarship, 1930-1932


Box 137 Junior League - Assn. of


Box 137 Junior League - Provisional Course


Box 137 Junior Month See various Folders of samples of Student logs & evaluations kept for illustration of process rather than reference on individuals


Box 137 Junior Month (Letters from Clare M. Tousley - show content & style of letter written to prospective & former Junior Month Students)


Junior Month:


Box 137 College President's Letters


Box 137 COS publicity


Box 137 History & Sample Programs


Box 137 Pictures



Box 138 Student Logs & Evaluations - Bryn Mawr


Box 138 Student Logs & Valuations - Connecticut


Box 138 Student Logs & Evaluations - Elmira


Box 138 Student Logs & Evaluations - Goucher


Box 138 Student Logs & Evaluations - Mt. Holyoke


Box 138 Student Logs & Evaluations - Radcliffe


Box 138 Student Logs & Evaluations - Smith


Box 138 Student Logs & Evaluations - Swarthmore



Box 139 Student Logs & Evaluations - Wellesley


Box 139 Vassar


Box 139 Kasius, Cora See: "Six Characters in Search of " ", 1925-Kasius


Box 139 Kennedy Employment Service


Box 139 Laundry, 1894-1934


Box 139 Laundry 1905-1916 (not found, 10/1987), 1905-1916


Box 139 Law Committee Legal Aid, Committee on


Box 139 Legal Fees - 1913-1924 (Fees for legal service paid deForest Bros-legacy and corporate service), 1913-1924


Box 139 Legal Questions



Box 140 Legal Service


Box 140 Legal Suggestions for Friendly Visitors


Legislation:


Box 140 Admitting Children to Places of Amusement


Box 140 Antin Bill


Box 140 Child Labor Amendment


Box 140 Child Marriage


Box 140 Child Welfare Bill


Box 140 City Bond Issue


Box 140 Civil Rights Issue


Box 140 Correspondence


Box 140 Equal Rights for Women 1922-23



Box 141 Equal Rights for Women, 1924


Box 141 Farm Colony - Vagrants


Box 141 Feebleminded


Box 141 Insanity Laws


Box 141 Jury Trials


Box 141 Kerr Bill - Immigration, Naturalization, Deportation


Box 141 Marriage Laws


Box 141 Legislation, 1902-1929



Box 142 Housing, 1913-1917


Box 142 New York State


Box 142 New York State for Tuberculosis Care


Box 142 Legislative Bills, 1912-1913


Box 142 Legislation, (6 Folders)



Box 143 Lenox Hill


Box 143 Lippincott, Earl


Box 143 Liverpool


Box 143 Lodging Houses


Box 143 Lowell, Josephine Shaw, (7 Folders)



Box 144 Lowell, Josephine Shaw, (2 Folders)


Box 144 Lyons


Box 144 Manhattan Trade School


Box 144 Medical Exams


Box 144 Mendicancy, 1883-1920 (See Also: Committees - Mendicancy; Vagrancy; NYC Police), 1883-1920


Box 144 McLean Study of Queens. See: Queens Family Service.


Box 144 Mental Health Clinic, Proposal for, 1925


Box 144 Merchants Association of New York, 1907-1925 (One of the early forerunners of National Information Bureau), 1907-1925



Box 145 Merger Proposals, 1894, 1914, 1923, 1894, 1914, 1923


Box 145 Milford Conference


Milford Conference:


Box 145 11/30/32 - 6/30/33, 11/30/32, 6/30/33


Box 145 Final Report of the Committee of Five to the Milford Conference, November 1928


Box 145 Milford Conference minutes and reports, 1925 - 1934, 1925, 1934


Box 145 Milford Conference Report, 1928 and Minutes, 1933, 1928, 1933



Box 146 Milk Committee, 1907


Box 146 Milk Committee - New York, 1908-1915


Box 146 Milk Strike, 1916 - Effects of, 1916


Box 146 Municipal Physicians and Nurses


Box 146 Narcotics



Box 147 National Alien Enemy Relief Committee


Box 147 National Association of Societies for Organizing Charity (Important beginnings of Family Service Association of America)


Box 147 National Child Labor Committee


Box 147 National Committee for Mental Hygiene



Box 148 National Conference of Charities & Correction 1897-1907 (Contains Theodore Roosevelt's signature (as Gov. of NYS); correspondence shows the variety of people and their interests who were invited to the National Conference), 1897-1907


Box 148 National Dept, of Health (Concern re: Health here expressed pre-dates establishment of a United States Public Health Service or a Dept, of Health, Education and Welfare)


Box 148 National Information Bureau 1924-26; 1919-22; 1922-23 See also: Merchants Assn of NY & National Investigation Bureau & Organization of National Information


Box 148 National Investigation Bureau & Organization of National Information (Forerunner of National Information Bureau) See: Merchants Assn. of NY


Box 148 National Social Unit Organization (Historical interest lies in showing the beginnings of organized attempts at community organization based on local community effects)



Box 149 Neighborhood Buildings - 1905 (Proposal by COS of need for neighborhood centers where, in addition to recreational facilities, relief needs could be met), 1905


Box 149 Nels Anderson Study See: Welfare Council - Study - Homeless Cases 1931-32


Box 149 New York Assn. of Day Nurseries See: Assn. of Day Nurseries


Box 149 NYC Charities Dept. of, 1898-1903


Box 149 New York City Charter Bill (Point of view of COS about the City Charter Bill Provision 1911 has historical interest as reflective of the times), 1911


New York City:


Box 149 Commission Work Bureau 1931-32


Box 149 Conference on Social Work 1914-25


Box 149 Crime Commission


Box 149 Department of Charities 1915-16 (Predecessor of Dept. of Welfare)


Box 149 Dept, of Hospitals, 1899-1908



Box 150 Dept. of Public Welfare - Reports on the Division & Boards of Child Welfare.


Box 150 Dept, of Recreation - Dept, of Docks


Box 150 Dept. of Welfare See: New York City Dept. of Charities


Box 150 Police Dept. - Relations COS


Historical Contents:[indent#2]


Box 150 Mendicancy


Box 150 Police Department and Relief –, 1917


Box 150 Police Work with Delinquent Boys –, 1917


Box 150 Police Welfare Bureau, 1917


Box 150 Appointment of Women as Police Officers


Box 150 Probation System


Box 150 New York Emergency Work Commission Report - Dec, 1931-May 1932


Box 150 New York House & School Industry - 1910-1919 (Describes COS's arrangement with this organization for training women for household jobs. Interesting example of a primitive form of vocational training), 1910-1919


New York School of Social Work:


Box 150 October 1903-February 1904 (Early courses in Philanthropy - Beginnings of what became New York School of Social Work, October 1903-February 1904), October 1903-February 1904



Box 151 1909-17 (Contains important material e.g. Field work plans of family agencies other than NY COS -- Subjects taught in NYSSCO curriculum -- Assignments of students to COS districts -- Evaluative statements about students -- COS staff teaching at school)


Box 151 1911-12 Miscellaneous See: 1909 paper on Co-operation Casework, 1909


Box 151 1918-26


Box 151 Committee on Field Work, 1925-1927


Box 151 1909-20 COS District Plans for Field Work Training


Box 151 Extension Courses - 1926-28


Box 151 Field Work 1917-22


Box 151 Full record of one student's experience, 1912


Box 151 Miss Mary P. Wheeler's file



Box 152 Carnegie Building


Box 152 Richmond & Lee 1910-17]


Box 152 New York State Conference on Social Work


Box 152 New York State Conference of Charities & Correction


Box 152 Miscellaneous Programs 1900 (First Conference)1936 See Publication Box - Mezzanine Shelves, 1900


Box 152 New York State – Probation


Box 152 Nursing Service - COS 1900-1903-1904


Box 152 Nursing Service - Field Work 1910-12 (Contain s Mary E. Richmond's course for nurses: "Sickness as a Family Problem")


Box 152 Old Age Assistance


Box 152 Orphans


Box 152 Penny Provident Fund


Personalities:


Box 152 Bannard, Otto T.


Box 152 Davison, Henry P.



Box 153 Devine, Edward T.


Box 153 DeForest, Robert W.


Box 153 de Schweinits, Karl


Famous Autographs:


Box 153 Harry Hopkins


Box 153 Jessie Taft


Box 153 Will Rogers


Box 153 Homer Folks


Box 153 Betty Rogers


Box 153 Robert La Follette


Box 153 Kermit Roosevelt


Box 153 Frances Perkins


Box 153 James Rorty


Box 153 Fiorello H. La Guardia


Box 153 Leonard Wood


Box 153 William Hodson[end#2]


Box 153 Ford, Louise F.


Box 153 Kellog, C.D.-First General Secretary of COS


Box 153 La Guardia, Fiorello


Box 153 Hodson, William


Box 153 Kelley, Florence (Contain s letters from Jane Adams and Julia C. Lathrop)


Box 153 Kellog, Arthur P.


Box 153 Kennedy, John S.


Box 153 Lee, Porter R.


Box 153 Purdy, Lawson



Box 154 Richmond, Mary E.:


Box 154 (1), 1893-1915


Box 154 (2), 1916-1930


Box 154 (3) The Work of District Secretary See also: Richmond , Mary E.[end#2]


Box 154 Sutro, Lionel -, 1916


Box 154 Tousley, Clare M, (Reprints of articles by CMT re interpretation of casework services)


Box 154 Wald, Lillian D.


Box 154 Personnel Philanthropy - School of See: New York School of Social Work


Box 154 Politics in Charities - 1902 (An interesting example of social action to improve State Hospital Care), 1902



Box 155 Position Classification (not found, 10/1979) See also: Casework - Visitors Qualifications


Box 155 Press & Social Work See also: Charities Dispute, 1916


Box 155 Press & Social Work - 1907-11


Box 155 Press & Social Work - 1912-14 (Contains newspaper articles attacking charity - critical correspondence and replies)


Box 155 Press & Social Work - 1915-16


Box 155 Press & Social Work -, 1916-1924


Press and Social Work. Criticisms of COS:


Box 155 Various newspaper clippings -February 1897 -December 1898, 1897, 1898


Box 155 Various newspaper clippings -, January 1899


Box 155 Various newspaper clippings - 1906, 1907, 1908, 1906, 1907, 1908


Box 155 Various newspaper clippings –, 1911


Box 155 Press and Social Work


Box 155 Press and Social Work -Evening Graphic


Press and Social Work -Harpers Weekly:


Box 155 October 1914-December 1914


Box 155 September 1914



Box 156 August 1914


Box 156 Press and Social Work - Lawsuit 1888 - DeCosta - Howell (Suit brought against COS and Charles D. Kellogg for alleged libel), 1888


Box 156 Press and Social Work -Miscellaneous Items


Box 156 Press and Social Work -NY American Attack on COS


Box 156 Press and Social Work -New York Evening Post 1915-1920 (Shows close relationship and good publicity given to COS Shows Post's fund-raising for relief of elderly couples), 1915-1920


Box 156 The Press and Social Work -Pearson's Magazine (Pearson's Magazine articles by George Creel)


Box 156 Professional Education:


Box 156 1900 Syllabus "The Care of the Poor", 1900


Box 156 1900 Lecture on "The New Concepts of Charity", 1900


Box 156 1929-30 Committee on Preparation for Social Work -Limited data


Box 156 Professional Education See: Casework - Teaching Conference 1921 –Klein; See: Casework –Training, 1921


Box 156 Program: Community Development in the Depression



Box 157 Prostitution See: Committee of Fourteen, 1911-1926


Box 157 Protestant Fund -1933-1936 (COS statistics on numbers of Protestants served and costs; developed during the "Blaine Committee" fund raising era. Important for a study of Protestant agencies, volume of work with Protestants, etc. Contains pros & cons re a Protestant Federation and centralized fund-raising)


Box 157 Provident Loan Society


Box 157 Public Outdoor Relief


Box 157 Publicity


Box 157 Queens Family Service -Survey of Queens


Box 157 Queen s Family Service (includes also Citizens Committee - limited data)


Box 157 Radio Skits


Box 157 Records Retention


Box 157 Red Cross


Box 157 Registration Bureau


Box 157 Registration Bureau, 1892-1936



Box 158 Relief See Also: Districts - Relief Budget


Box 158 Relief - Harlem - Mt. Morris District 1931-32


Box 158 Records - Retention Schedule Plan


Box 158 Relief - Strikers Families - COS position, 1916


Box 158 Relief Giving - Conference on


Box 158 Hartsdale Conference -, April 1927


Box 158 Relief Supplementation - Fitzherbert Study


Box 158 Relief Work - Suggestions 1906-1909 (Very important for study of emerging casework processes, ) Contain s instructions to districts re: Relief giving and management Contains notes on a class given in Boston on investigation. Contains articles on particular groups, e.g. working mothers who might be in need of relief), 1906-1909


Reports to Central Council (not found, 10/1979):


Box 158 11/15/16 - 12/5/17, 11/15/16, 12/5/17


Box 158 1/4/18 - 5/9/28, 1/4/18, 5/9/28


Box 158 Research(not found, 10/1979) See also: Casework - (Research Plans (Technical Planning Committee)


Box 158 Richmond, Mary E.[indent]


Box 158 See: American Association of Societies for Organizing Family


Box 158 Social Work


Box 158 See: National Alien Relief Committee


Box 158 See: Casework - Treatment


Box 158 See: Personalities - Mary S Richmond


Box 158 Rockefeller Foundation


Box 158 Russell Sage Foundation



Box 159 Grants to COS


Box 159 Mrs. Sage's gifts (Folder also contains Memorial on death of Mrs. Olivia Slocum Sage, together with news clipping)


Box 159 Russell Sage Foundation - Winter Exchange


Sabbatical Leaves:


Box 159 Inquires into practice –, 1926


Box 159 For discussion, refer to minutes of D.S. meeting


Box 159 Saint Louis Exposition See: Exhibit s - World's Fair, 1903


Salary Scale Study 1923-25 (also 191? & 1918) (not found, 10/1979):


Box 159 Comparative scales as reported by agencies


Box 159 Early attempt to evolve position classification


Box 159 See: American Association for Organizing Family Social Work


Box 159 Saloons - Investigation of 1914-16 (Important study in a study of care of homeless men (men slept overnight in saloons)


Box 159 Sanders, Catherine See: Studies - Sanders - Child Placing


Box 159 Scannell, Ruth - March 1938 See: Studies - History of COS 1882-1935, March 1938, 1882-1935


Box 159 School Census


Box 159 School Lunches See: Home Economics - School Lunches


Box 159 Self Support Loan Fund 1907-11


Box 159 Self Support Loan Fund 1914-17



Box 160 Seminar s - Fitch - Industry & Social Work


Box 160 "Six Characters in Search of "___________" Kasius - 1925 (Prepared in connection with Mobilization for Human Needs Conference - Washington, D.C. - September 1925), 1925


Box 160 Smith, Zilpha D See: Casework - Friendly Visitors Course


Box 160 Social Action See also: Politics in Charities


Box 160 Social Conditions - Department for improving 1907-1924 (Organization of Dept. for improving Social Conditions Meeting of Central Council to consider question of new department and discussion of appointing Lawrence Veiller, 1907-1924



Box 16l Socia l Laws Handbook -, 1915-1917


Box 16l Social Security & Social Case Work - Paper by Russell H. Kurtz -, 1938


Box 16l Social Service Exchange -, 1912-1933


Box 16l Steps leading to transfer of SSE from COS to Welfare Council


Box 16l Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children


Box 16l Staff Lists


Box 16l Staff Paper - "Column Write" (Contains many items covering agency activities - its personnel, etc, which could be valuable aid to an historical researcher)


Box 16l Staff Turnover Study See: America n Association for Organizing Family Social Work -1927-30


Box 16l State Board of Charities



Box 162 State Charities Aid Association


Studies:


Box 162 Two hundred families in COS district –, 1911


Box 162 Italian Families – Gramercy


Box 162 Intake - Gramercy District


Box 162 Housing in Chelsea-Lowell District –, 1935


Box 162 Food Orders - 1915 - Emma Winslow (a study of 500 food orders sent to families in need), 1915


Box 162 Court Hearing Procedure - Alice D. Taggart


Box 162 COS Program in Depression Years


Box 162 Child Care Agencies - Ethel Taylor


Box 162 Intake - Case Material -, 1928


Box 162 Joint Committee on Home - 1916 (Mary Hurebutts' study of homes - comments by COS in its' cases which were included shows the work of the time), 1916



Box 163 Child Placing - Sanders (Good picture of child placement needs in NYC as of 1923 as seen by COS - Catherine Sanders, author., 1923


Box 163 Child Placing - Taylor, 1929


Box 163 Crime & Behavior - Van Kleeck – 1930 (Mary Van Kleeck's Study for Commission on Law Observance and Enforcement Contains a statement as to causes for crime & criminal behavior), 1930


Box 163 Foster Care


Box 163 Food Orders - 1915 - Emma Winslow (A study of 500 food orders sent to families in need), 1915


Box 163 History of COS, 1882-1935 (Ruth Scannell, March 1938) See Box 128., 1882-1935


Box 163 Old Age - Ethel Taylor, 1929


Box 163 Relief, 1928 - Grace Marcus:[indent#2], 1928


Box 163 Draft of Grace Marcus' book


Box 163 Miss Marcus' summarized report


Box 163 Responses of social workers to report


Box 163 Russell Sage Foundation Study, 1926 - Comparative Statistics for 39 Family Welfare Agencies on relief practices, 1926


Box 163 Material from American Association for Organizing Family Social Work bearing on their proposed relief study[end #2]


Box 163 Relief - COS 1921 – 1927, 1921, 1927


Box 163 Supervision - Questionnaire on Methods - Joanna C. Colcord, 1916


Box 163 Venereal Disease - Grace Child



Box 164 Casework


Box 164 Manhattanville (Stauffer)


Box 164 Puerto Ricans


Box 164 Survey Associates


Box 164 Taylor, Ethel. See: Studies - Child Placing, 1929 & Studies - Old Age, 1929


Box 164 Tax Exemption


Tenement House Committee:


Box 164 Correspondence, 1898-1912



Box 165 Correspondence, 1918-1937


Box 165 General


Box 165 Annual Reports


Box 165 Adequacy of Courts in New York, Tenement Committee, 1917


Box 165 Architects' Drawings, 1914


Box 165 Brooklyn Bureau of Charities, 1914


Box 165 Cellar-Basement Dwellings, 1917


Box 165 Cement Blocks, 1915


Box 165 Clean-up Week


Box 165 Committee - Interior Planning of Tenement Houses, 1914


Box 165 Committee of Fourteen, 1917-1922



Box 166 Complaints, 1914


Box 166 Complaints - Action Taken, 1914


Box 166 Concrete Houses


Box 166 Exhibit, 1899-1900 (Clayton and McNeary Bills), 1899-1900


Box 166 Fire Prevention


Box 166 Fireproofing Old Law Tenements Committee, 1922


Box 166 Five Steps Forward


Box 166 Four Family House - Dowling Bill, 1918


Box 166 For You


Box 166 Heights of Buildings, 1912-1915


Box 166 Housing Shortage, 1918


Box 166 Improving Housing


Box 166 Inspection Legislation, 1911



Box 167 Legislation, 1914, 1917, 1918, 1921 Black Bill, 1914, 1917, 1918, 1921


Legislation:


Box 167 Dodge and Leninger Bills


Box 167 Lawson Bill (revision of) I


Box 167 Lawson Bill (revision of) II


Box 167 Miscellaneous correspondence, 1914, 1917, 1918, 1919-1922, 1914, 1917, 1918, 1919-1922


Box 167 Model Tenement, 1914-1917


Box 167 Model Tenement Districts, 1917



Box 168 "Murder" Stable Block, 1917


Box 168 National Housing Association, 1914-1917


Box 168 Neighborhood Association, 1914


Box 168 New York City Bureau of Buildings, 1914


Box 168 New York City - Consolidation of City Departments, 1914


Box 168 New York City Tenement House Department, 1914


Box 168 New York City Tenement House Department, 1921


Box 168 Newspaper Clippings


Box 168 Open Stairs, 1922


Box 168 Photographs, 1917 (not found, 10/1979), 1917


Box 168 Prosecutions - Decisions (violation of THC laws), 1914


Box 168 Prostitution, 19l4


Box 168 Publications - "For You", 1914-1917


Box 168 Publications - "For You", 1917


Box 168 Publications - Small House Report - Newdick



Box 169 Publicity


Box 169 Rats, Children and Houses


Box 169 Reports, 1917


Box 169 Reports, 1918


Box 169 The Residential Districts (protecting), 1915


Box 169 Rooms or Cells Sanitary Code, 19l4


Box 169 Shall the Law Permit. . ., 1913


Box 169 Taxation - Single Tax - tax exemption on new buildings


Box 169 Tenants League - responsibility, etc.


Box 169 Tenement Construction


Box 169 Testimonials


Box 169 Three Family House Campaign, 1912-1915



Box 170 Three Family Houses:


Box 170 1913-1914


Box 170 1914, (2 Folders)


Box 170 1918


Box 170 Advisory Council of Real Estate Interests, 1915


Box 170 Cotillo Bill, 1915


Box 170 Lawson Bill, 1917


Box 170 Newspaper Clippings, 1917


Box 170 Drawings, Plans



Box 171 Three Family Houses, 1914-1917, 1915-1926, 1914-1917, 1915-1926


Box 171 Thomas, Andrew - Architect


Box 171 War Housing, 1918


Box 171 What the Law Requires


Box 171 Why Abandoned Buildings Should be Demolished


Box 171 Wire Fences, 1915


Box 171 Wire Fences, 1917


Box 171 Zoning, 1917


Box 171 Minutes, 1898-1917 (l volume), 1898-1917



Box 172 Minutes, 1908-1937 (four Folders), 1908-1937


Box 172 Correspondence, 1900-1901 (l volume), 1900-1901



Box 173 Correspondence, 1917


Box 173 Reports and miscellaneous



Box 174 Reports and miscellaneous



Box 175 Hearings Clippings



Box 176 Clippings



Box 177 Clippings



Box 178 Clippings



Box 179 Clippings



Box 180 Thanksgiving Dinners, 1910-1921 (Examples of "in kind" giving which may be pertinent to future "social progress report."), 1910-1921


Box 180 Theatre Investigation, 1906-1912 (Contents show COS representation on a committee to investigate movies, places of entertainment, dance halls, etc. Result: Draft of a bill to regulate places of amusement. Reflect s concern in 1904- about violence in movies, possible destruction, effects on young people, etc.), 1906-1912


Box 180 Testimonials, 1887-1895 (not found, 10/1979), 1887-1895


Box 180 Training. See Casework – training; Casework - Visitors in Training (COS training course outline)


Box 180 Transients, 1935 (See Also: Welfare Council - care of unattached), 1935


Box 180 Transportation Agreement. See Charity Rates, 1923


Box 180 Tuberculosis (Contains Study, 1902 by Miss M. E. Very, consisting of interviews with NYC physicians on cases and prevention of TB (See leather book.), 1902


Box 180 Tuberculosis: Report on TB Congress in Berlin, May 1899


Box 180 Tuberculosis: Report on cases under care of Committee on Prevention of Tuberculosis (AICP, 1902-1903)


Box 180 Tuberculosis, 1916-1917 (Contains intensive study of four tubercular families, 1916 Forcible removal of tubercular individuals from families), 1916-1917, 1916



Box 181 Unemployment, 1904-1915, (2 Folders)


Box 181 Unemployment in New York City - Welfare Council reports


Box 181 Unemployment relief, Governor's Committee on, 1935


Box 181 United Charities Store (proposal for joint purchases and supply) United States Children's Bureau. See: Bureau in the Interest of Children Children's Bureau, United States



Box 182 Vacation School Proposal, 1894


Box 182 Vacation Services See: Fresh Air Fund; See: Fresh Air Home


Box 182 Vagrancy


Box 182 Veiller, Lawrence See: Social Conditions - Dept. for Improving


Box 182 Venereal Disease See: Studies Venereal Disease - Grace Child; See: Committee on Venereal Disease


Box 182 Visitors-Friendly


Box 182 Visitors' Handbook


Box 182 Visitors-Organization


Box 182 Vocational Service for Juniors - Co-Op Plan COS (Case Summaries suggest range of services in behalf of children being given by district caseworkers)


Box 182 Volunteers



Box 183 Volunteers:


Box 183 Association of


Box 183 General


Box 183 Lenten Classes, 1915-1917


Box 183 Meeting of, March 1917


Box 183 Monthly Reports, 1924-1925


Box 183 Monthly Reports, 1927


Box 183 Statistics


Box 183 Study Class, 1911-1916


Box 183 Training of 1917-1819 (Criteria employed in judging work, types of assignments, school courses given), 1917-1819


Box 183 Wartime Activities See: Aliens Interned -, 1918



Box 184 Wayfarer's Lodge (Started by COS in 1893 as Woodyard, See: Woodyard 1893-1919, 1893, 1893-1919


Welfare Council:


Box 184 1927 (Mr. William Matthews of A.I.C.P. active Beginnings of community interest in problems of aged), 1927


Box 184 Beginnings


Box 184 Central Registration Bureau -, 1933-1934


Box 184 Chronically 111 Study -, 1931


Box 184 Coordinating Committee on Unemployment, 1930-1931



Box 185 Coordinating Committee on Unemployment, 1934-1935


Box 185 Housekeeping Service Report, 1938-1943


Study - Homeless Cases:


Box 185 Logan Thomas Studies (Confidential Report on the Greater New York Gospel Mission Report on the Homeless Hen's Department of the Jewish Social Service Association)


Box 185 Nels Anderson Study (Confidential Report on the Hebrew Sheltering and Immigrant Aid Society of America)


Box 185 Study Homeless Cases - 1926 (14 Agencies), 1926



Box 186 Welfare Council - Study-Homeless Cases –, 1931


Box 186 Nels. Anderson (Study Report on the Men's Social Service Dept. of the Salvation Army in New York City)


Welfare Council - Study - Homeless Cases, 1932


Box 186 Nels Anderson


Box 186 The Method and Terminology of the Psychiatrists


Box 186 Municipal Lodging House of New York City (Part I-II)


Welfare Council Bulletin (Contains only the following issues:


Box 186 January 1930


Box 186 February &, March 1930


Box 186 January 1931


Box 186 March 1931


Box 186 April 1931


Box 186 June 1931


Welfare Council Committee - Aged -, 1927-1931


Box 186 Material on needs, suggested solutions & reactions to legislative proposals re aged, from minutes of Welfare Council Committee on aged.


Box 186 Establishment of Central Bureau on Care of Aged - 1927 at Welfare Council, 1927


Box 186 COS policy re Care of Aged -, 1929



Box 187 Widowed Mothers - State Committee on Relief of, 1913-1914


Widow's Pension:


Box 187 April 1899 - March 1912, April 1899, March 1912


Box 187 1912-1914


Box 187 1907-1919



Box 188 December 1910-November 1917


Box 188 May 1912-March 1913


Box 188 1913 - Abstract, 1913


Box 188 1913-1914



Box 189 February 1913-October 1920


Box 189 Mr. Pearson's file - Cases and Reports


Box 189 Winslow, Emma A. See: Home Economics & Social Work Training Course


Box 189 Woodyard See also: Bread Line


Box 189 Woodyard -, 1893-1910


Box 189 Woodyard - 1898 (Plus COS operation of Woodyards competing against Commercial Woodyards, 1898


Box 189 Woodyard -, 1909-1924



Box 190 Woodyard -, 1926-1931


Box 190 Woodyard - 1930 - 1938, 1930, 1938


Box 190 Woodyard - Finance Statement


Box 190 Woodyard - Committee - I899.-I91U



Box 191 Woodyard & Laundry - 1915-1926 (See Also: Laundry), 1915-1926


Box 191 Woodyard and Laundry, 1925 Workroom - Unskilled Women (gives good picture of attitude of the times 1894-1903), 1925


Box 191 The Workroom seen as predecessor to the laundry.


Box 191 Works Progress administration. (Limited data but fairly important historical data in relation to COS & AICP points of view and attitudes.)


Subseries V.2: Annual reports



Box 192 Annual Reports, 1883-1904



Box 193 Annual Reports, 1905-1920



Box 194 Annual Reports, 1921-1938


Subseries V.3: Bulletins



Box 195 Bulletins, 1910-1915 and miscellaneous, 1910-1915


Box 195 Bulletins, 1916-1927



Box 197 Bulletins, 1928-1939


Subseries V.4: District Committee Minutes



Box 198 District Committee Minutes - First District



Box 199 District Committee Minutes - Fourth and Fifth Districts



Box 200 9th , 11th, l4th, 16th, and Chelsea Districts



Box 201 Corlears District



Box 202 Corlears , Greenwich, and Yorkville Districts


Subseries V.5: Pamphlets and Reprints



Box 203 Pamphlets and Reprints


Subseries V.6: Consultatives



Box 204 Consultative, 1893-1897


Subseries V.7: Central Council Minutes and Reports



Box 205 Central Council Minutes, 1882-1893



Box 206 Central Council Minutes, 1894-1912



Box 207 Central Council Minutes, 1912-1939



Box 208 Central Council Reports Volume s 2-3 (Volume 1 not received)



Box 209 Central Council Reports Volumes 4 – 5



Box 210 Central Council Reports Volumes 6-7



Box 211 Central Council Reports Volume 8


Subseries V.8: Executive Committee Minutes and Reports



Box 212 Executive Committee Minutes Volumes 1-3



Box 213 Executive Committee Minutes Volumes Volumes 4 – 6



Box 214 Executive Committee Minutes Volumes Volumes 7-8 and unnumbered (1915-1939)


Subseries V.9: Miscellaneous Volumes



Box 215 Miscellaneous Volumes: Central Office Committee, 1888-1891


Box 215 Committee on Cooperations and District Work, 1910-1923


Box 215 Committee Book: Visitors ' Reports, 1893


Box 215 History, 1882-1907 (3 copies), 1882-1907