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Wiltwyck School for Boys records, 1942-1981, bulk 1964-1982

Summary Information

Abstract

This collection contains the administrative records of the Wiltwyck School for Boys, a residential treatment center for troubled boys and adolescents from the New York City area.

At a Glance

Call No.: MS#1418
Bib ID 6262245 View CLIO record
Creator(s) Wiltwyck School for Boys
Title Wiltwyck School for Boys records, 1942-1981, bulk 1964-1982
Physical Description 20.58 linear feet (49 document boxes 1 oversize archival box)
Language(s) English .
Access

This collection is located off-site. You will need to request this material from the Rare Book and Manuscript Library at least three business days in advance to use the collection in the Rare Book and Manuscript Library reading room. Please consult the Rare Book and Manuscript Library reference desk for further instructions.

There are several restricted files in the collection that deal with individual patient records. These files will be restricted for eighty years after the creation of the record. The earliest file will open in 2045 and the latest in 2061. The files are noted in the contents list.

Former students may access files in which they are named upon registering as a researcher and presenting photo identification and when that access does not intrude upon the privacy of others.

Arrangement

Arrangement

This collection is arranged into five series.

Description

Summary

The bulk of the collection is comprised of administrative records of the day-to-day functioning of the Wiltwyck School for Boys. These records include correspondence, meeting minutes, committee files, program descriptions and proposals, fundraising and public relations initiatives, publications by Wiltwyck staff, and oversize architectural drawings of the Wiltwyck campus. The collection contains a number of closed files dealing with individual patient care.

  • Series I: Board of Directors Files, 1942-1981

    Series I holds the administrative files of the Board of Directors of the Wiltwyck School for Boys. This series is arranged in four subseries: Correspondence, Subject Files, Committee Files, and Meeting Minutes.

  • Series II: Executive Director Files, 1942-1981

    This series consists of the Executive Director's administrative files, including correspondence, program initiatives, material pertaining to Wiltwyck's connections with state and city agencies, and the day-to-day functioning of Wiltwyck, including the Eleanor Roosevelt Campus, Floyd Patterson House, and the Group Homes in Brooklyn, Manhattan, and the Bronx. This series is arranged in two subseries: Correspondence and Subject Files.

  • Series III: Staff Articles and Publications, 1963-1979

    Series III is comprised of articles and conference papers by Wiltwyck staff and also by unaffiliated authors. Most articles and conference papers deal with the particular demographic served by Wiltwyck and often include case studies drawn from Wiltwyck patients.

  • Series IV: Printed Material, 1966-1975

    This series includes printed material produced by Wiltwyck: yearbooks, benefit programs, and published descriptive material. This series also contains a photo-book of Eleanor Roosevelt that emphasizes her role at Wiltwyck.

  • Series V: Oversize Material, 1965-1981

    Series V contains architectural blueprints and drawings for Eleanor Roosevelt Campus, oversize clippings, and a ledger of statistics on patients.

Using the Collection

Rare Book and Manuscript Library

Restrictions on Access

This collection is located off-site. You will need to request this material from the Rare Book and Manuscript Library at least three business days in advance to use the collection in the Rare Book and Manuscript Library reading room. Please consult the Rare Book and Manuscript Library reference desk for further instructions.

There are several restricted files in the collection that deal with individual patient records. These files will be restricted for eighty years after the creation of the record. The earliest file will open in 2045 and the latest in 2061. The files are noted in the contents list.

Former students may access files in which they are named upon registering as a researcher and presenting photo identification and when that access does not intrude upon the privacy of others.

Terms Governing Use and Reproduction

Single photocopies may be made for research purposes. The RBML maintains ownership of the physical material only. Copyright remains with the creator and his/her heirs. The responsibility to secure copyright permission rests with the patron.

Preferred Citation

Identification of specific item; Date (if known); Wiltwyck School for Boys records; Box number and Folder title; Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Columbia University Library.

About the Finding Aid / Processing Information

Columbia University Libraries, Rare Book and Manuscript Library

Processing Information

Papers processed Alyssa Nicole Meyers 2006-2007.

Collection is processed to folder level.

Revision Description

2008-11-07 File created.

2009-01-13 xml document instange created by Patrick Lawlor

2009-06-10 xml document instance created by Catherine N. Carson

2019-05-20 EAD was imported spring 2019 as part of the ArchivesSpace Phase II migration.

Subject Headings

The subject headings listed below are found in this collection. Links below allow searches at Columbia University through the Archival Collections Portal and through CLIO, the catalog for Columbia University Libraries, as well as ArchiveGRID, a catalog that allows users to search the holdings of multiple research libraries and archives.

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Subject

Heading "CUL Archives:"
"Portal"
"CUL Collections:"
"CLIO"
"Nat'l / Int'l Archives:"
"ArchivedGRID"
Belafonte, Harry, 1927- Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Brown, Claude, 1937- Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Carson, Johnny, 1925-2005 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Group homes Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Juvenile delinquents -- New York (State) Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Juvenile justice, Administration of -- New York (State) Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
New York School of Social Work Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Patterson, Floyd Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Polier, Justine Wise, 1903-1987 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Residential treatment for children & youth Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Roosevelt, Anna, 1906-1975 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Roosevelt, Eleanor, 1884-1962 Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Social work with juvenile delinquents Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Status offenders Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID

History / Biographical Note

Biographical / Historical

The Wiltwyck School for Boys began as a project of the Episcopal City Mission Society in 1936, and was located in Esopus, New York. Initially, it was designed as an experimental summer camp for Protestant African-American juvenile delinquents and potential juvenile delinquents. The Children's Court required an institution that would accept these children, since state agencies and other private juvenile institutions did not address the needs of this population. After that initial summer, the institution decided to remain open year-round. Under the leadership of the Right Reverend William T. Manning, the first president of Wiltwyck, a gymnasium and a remodeled school building, which included room for professional and clerical staff, were built.

From the beginning, Wiltwyck emphasized the need for holistic treatment that included not only the boys, but also their families. In 1939, Esther Hilton, the director of a training unit for the New York School of Social Work, joined the staff, inaugurating Wiltwyck's extensive use of social workers and social work students in counseling the boys and their families.

In 1942, the Episcopal City Mission Society announced that it could no longer support Wiltwyck owing to the expense of its programs and the upkeep of the property. Recognizing the importance of this institution, a group of interested persons (including Judge Justine Polier Wise and Eleanor Roosevelt) assumed control of Wiltwyck, incorporating under the approval of the State Department of Social Welfare in 1942 as an interracial and non-sectarian institution. As part of its charter, Wiltwyck committed itself to a program of "moral and spiritual enlightenment, character development, correction of behavior problems, education and training for good citizenship" (Wiltwyck Charter, 1942).

In 1953, the school expanded its mission to include children and adolescents with severe emotional disturbances, serving yet another group that often fell through the cracks of the child welfare system. With the arrival of these children, Wiltwyck intensified its psychiatric counseling services, increasing the training requirements for its counselors and adding Dr. Edgar Auerswald as the Medical Director. The school also recognized the need for half-way houses in the boys' neighborhoods where they could re-adjust to life after their time at Wiltwyck, and purchased and remodeled two brownstones on East 18th Street which were called the Floyd Patterson Residence after one of Wiltwyck's most famous alumni, the boxer Floyd Patterson.

Given the growth of the population and the expansion of its mission, the Wiltwyck School required a larger, more up-to-date campus, and after several legal battles against zoning restrictions created by the town of Yorktown, New York in an attempt to bar Wiltwyck from buying land, the school moved to Yorktown to a campus named for Eleanor Roosevelt, who had been an active supporter of Wiltwyck from its inception. The new campus reflected Wiltwyck's treatment philosophy: open-plan buildings and unfenced grounds designed to give the boys a sense of freedom and responsibility for their environment.

In the 1970s, treatment models shifted away from residential institutions to a focus on smaller centers located in children's communities. In response to these changes in the larger therapeutic and psychiatric communities, Wiltwyck opened smaller centers in Bedford-Stuyvesant in Brooklyn, in the Bronx, and in lower Manhattan. Despite this expansion, the 1970s were a difficult time for Wiltwyck since New York City provided much of its funding. As the city underwent fiscal crisis, Wiltwyck experienced several budget crises of its own. Despite the Board of Directors' attempt to generate revenue through private donations, Wiltwyck went further and further into debt. At the same time, local community groups, outraged by Wiltwyck's policy that allowed students to wander the grounds freely, held a series of hearings designed to expose the inadequate nature of supervision and records oversight at the Eleanor Roosevelt Campus. In response to the severe funding crisis and community pressure, the school closed in 1981.

Eleanor Roosevelt, Anna Roosevelt, and Justine Polier Wise were among the supporters of Wiltwyck through its inception to its closing. Prominent alumni include Floyd Patterson and Claude Brown, the author of Manchild in the Promised Land, a memoir of his youth in Harlem, which he dedicated to Wiltwyck. Johnny Carson and Harry Belafonte were among Wiltwyck's most dedicated supporters, organizing and performing in benefits for Wiltwyck.

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Series I: Board of Directors Files, 1942-1981

Series I holds the administrative files of the Board of Directors of the Wiltwyck School for Boys. This series is arranged in four subseries: Correspondence, Subject Files, Committee Files, and Meeting Minutes.


Subseries 1: Correspondence, 1967-1980

This subseries contains the letters and memos of the Board of Directors. This correspondence is both corporate and individual; some letters and memos are written by the entire Board, while other letters and memos circulated between individuals both on and outside the Board.



Box 1 Folder 1-3 Correspondence, 1967-1980


Box 1 Folder 4 Union Free School District Board Correspondence, 1973


Subseries 2: Subject Files, 1965-1980

The Subject files hold financial records, bylaws, and member lists and files.


Box 1 Folder 5 Audit, 1969-1971


Box 1 Folder 6 Board Fund., 1976-1977


Box 1 Folder 7 Bylaws, undated


Box 1 Folder 8 Chase Manhattan Bank, 1968 March


Box 1 Folder 9 Curriculum Vitae, Board of Directors, 1974-1975


Box 1 Folder 10 Eleanor Roosevelt Campus Budget, 1972-1973


Box 1 Folder 11 Financial Records, 1979-1980


Box 1 Folder 12 Financial Statement, 1967 September 6 - 1969 September 30, 1967 September 6, 1969 September 30


Box 1 Folder 13 Fundraising, 1974-1977



Box 2 Folder 14 Membership History, 1981


Box 2 Folder 15 Member Listing, 1966-1972


Box 2 Folder 16 Members' Orientation Program, 1971


Members


Box 2 Folder 17 Manheim, Anthony A, 1965-1970


Box 2 Folder 18 Oliensis, Sheldon, 1968


Box 2 Folder 19 Polier, Justine Wise, Honorary President, 1969


Box 2 Folder 20 Task Force on New York City Audit, 1980


Subseries 3: Committee Files, 1968-1980

This subseries is comprised of the records of the meetings and programs of the committees of the Board of Directors: Ad Hoc Committees, the Bronx Committee, the Brooklyn Committee, the Eleanor Roosevelt Campus Committee, the Fundraising Committee, the Manhattan Committee, the Program and Treatment Committee, and the Yorktown Union Free School District Committee, among others.


Ad Hoc Committee


Box 2 Folder 21 Board/Staff Committee, 1977-1979


Box 2 Folder 22 New Structure and Future Program, 1968-1969


Box 2 Folder 23 Search Committee, 1980-1981


Box 2 Folder 24 Wiltwyck Program Review Task Force, 1977-1979


Box 2 Folder 25 Wiltwyck Program Review Task Force, 1977-1979


Box 2 Folder 26 Wiltwyck Program Review Task Force, 1980-1981


Box 2 Folder 27 Bronx Committee, 1971-1974


Box 2 Folder 28 Brooklyn Committee, 1974-5


Box 2 Folder 29 Building and Development Fund Committee, undated


Box 2 Folder 30 Building and Development Fund Committee, undated


Box 2 Folder 31 Committee Lists, 1967-1968


Box 2 Folder 32 Committee on Committees, 1968 June


Box 2 Folder 33 Eleanor Roosevelt Campus and House Committee, 1968 January-1978 January


Box 2 Folder 34 Eleanor Roosevelt Campus Committee, 1980-1981



Box 3 Folder 35 Executive Committee 1968 January-1970 January, 1980, 1968, January, 1980


Box 3 Folder 36 Fundraising Foundation Subcommittee, 1974-1975


Box 3 Folder 37 Geographic Committee, 1977-1979


Box 3 Folder 38 Law Committee, 1967 November -1968 May, 1967 November


Box 3 Folder 39 Manhattan Committee, 1971-1975


Box 3 Folder 40 Merger Committee, 1977-1978


Box 3 Folder 41 New York City Division Committee, 1966-1970


Box 3 Folder 43 Program and Treatment Committee, 1980


Box 3 Folder 44 Public Relations Committee--Journal Subcommittee, 1974-5


Box 3 Folder 45 Residential Operations Committee, 1969-1970


Box 3 Folder 46 Search Committee, 1969


Box 3 Folder 47 Search Committee for Executive Director, 1978-9


Box 3 Folder 48 Social Action Committee, 1969


Box 3 Folder 49 Special Committee to Implement Board Decisions, 1977-1978


Box 3 Folder 50 Yorktown Union Free School District, 1973


Subseries 4: Meeting Minutes, 1942-1981

The Meeting Minutes record the meetings of the Board of Directors. They also include reports from committees and subcommittees, supporting documentation of financial and legal issues, and comments from members of the Board.


Box 3 Folder 51-56 1942 June 11-1951 June 4



Box 4 Folder 57-68 1951 December 13-1962 December 13



Box 5 Folder 69-79 1963 January 24-1971 June 24



Box 6 Folder 80-87 1971 September 23-1976 December 9



Box 7 Folder 88-93 1977 September 15-1981 April 23

Series II: Executive Director Files, 1942-1981

This series consists of the Executive Director's administrative files, including correspondence, program initiatives, material pertaining to Wiltwyck's connections with state and city agencies, and the day-to-day functioning of Wiltwyck, including the Eleanor Roosevelt Campus, Floyd Patterson House, and the Group Homes in Brooklyn, Manhattan, and the Bronx. This series is arranged in two subseries: Correspondence and Subject Files.


Subseries 1: Correspondence Files, 1970-1980

The Correspondence files contain the letters and memos of the Executive Director, T. George Silcott. His letters and memos are directed to Wiltwyck staff and members of Board of Directors as well as individuals and organizations outside of Wiltwyck.


Box 7 Folder 94-99 Outgoing Correspondence, 1970-1972



Box 8 Folder 100-112 Outgoing Correspondence, 1973-1979


Box 8 Folder 113-114 Correspondence, 1972-1973



Box 9 Folder 115-119 Correspondence, 1974-1981


Box 9 Folder 120 Correspondence, Union Free School Board, 1973-1975


Subseries 2: Subject Files, 1965-1981

The Subject files contain the administrative files of the Wiltwyck School for Boys, including Group Home files, Eleanor Roosevelt Campus files, Floyd Patterson House files, and Yorktown Union Free School District files. These files also hold documents dealing with New York City and State agencies, programs and projects developed by Wiltwyck staff, fundraising and public relations material, and other files dealing with the daily functioning of the organization.


Box 9 Folder 121 Activities, 1970


Box 9 Folder 122 Ad Hoc Committee--The Rights of Children in Care, 1975


Box 9 Folder 123-125 Administration, 1973-1975


Box 9 Folder 126 Admissions and Discharges, 1973


Adolescent Unit


Box 9 Folder 127 1971-1972


Box 9 Folder 128 1973-1975

[restricted until 2055]


Box 9 Folder 129 Aftercare, 1973

[restricted until 2053]


Box 9 Folder 130-132 Agency Manual, 1972-1974


Box 9 Folder 133 Agency-Operated Boarding Houses, 1975


Box 9 Folder 134-136 American Association of Psychiatric Services for Children, 1974-1976



Box 10 Folder 137-140 American Orthopsychiatric Association, 1973-1977


Box 10 Folder 141 Annual Report, 1962


Box 10 Folder 142 Application for Outpatient Facility Operating License, 1977


Box 10 Folder 143 Association of Administrators in Mental Health and Mental Retardation Facilities,, 1975


Box 10 Folder 144-145 Association of Black Administrators in Social Welfare, 1973-1975


Box 10 Folder 146 Association of Black Social Workers, 1976-1977


Box 10 Folder 147 Audit, 1977


Box 10 Folder 148 Banks, 1975


Box 10 Folder 149 Bar Association--City of New York, 1975-1976


Box 10 Folder 150 Barker, Pat--Eleanor Roosevelt Campus, 1976


Box 10 Folder 151-152 Better Business Bureau, 1975-1979


Box 10 Folder 153 Better Chance, 1974


Box 10 Folder 154-156 Black Administrators in Child Welfare, 1973-1976


Box 10 Folder 157 Black Agency Executives, 1975-1977



Box 11 Folder 158 Black Child Development Institute, 1975


Box 11 Folder 159 Black and Puerto Rican Legislative Caucus, 1978-1979


Box 11 Folder 160 Bloom, Daniel, 1970

(one Fish Relief chart in oversize Box)


Box 11 Folder 161 Board of Cooperative Educational Services, 1978


Box 11 Folder 162 Board Day Carnival, 1973-1974


Box 11 Folder 163 Board of Directors, 1976-1979


Box 11 Folder 164 Board-Staff Administration Committee Minutes, 1968


Box 11 Folder 165 Boys' Assignments, 1971-1972

[restricted until 2052]


Box 11 Folder 166 Boys' Handbook, undated


Box 11 Folder 167 Boy's Vacation, 1972

[restricted until 2052]


Box 11 Folder 168 Bronfman Foundation, Inc., 1980


Bronx


Box 11 Folder 169-175 Center, 1971-1980


Box 11 Folder 176 Storefront, 1971


Box 11 Folder 177-179 Unit, 1973-1975


Brooklyn


Box 11 Folder 180 1975


Box 11 Folder 181-184 Bedford-Stuyvesant Center, 1975-1979


Box 11 Folder 185 Bedford-Stuyvesant Center--Reports, 1975-1976



Box 12 Folder 186-187 Bedford-Stuyvesant Center--Reports, 1975-1977


Box 12 Folder 188 Brooklyn Center, 1974-1975


Box 12 Folder 189-191 Brownsville, 1975-1977


Box 12 Folder 192-193 Brownsville--Reports, 1975-1977


Box 12 Folder 194 Central Brooklyn Committee on Youth and Family Services, 1974-75


Box 12 Folder 195 Diagnostic Adolescent Service Center Project, 1975


Box 12 Folder 196-197 Diversion Committee, 1975-1977


Box 12 Folder 198-201 Project, 1972-1975


Box 12 Folder 202 Real Estate, 1975


Box 12 Folder 203 Reports, 1974-5


Box 12 Folder 204 St. Benedict's and St. Mathew's, 1973-1975



Box 13 Folder 205 Summary and Project, 1971


Box 13 Folder 206-207 Unit, 1973-1974


Box 13 Folder 208-210 Bureau of Child Welfare, 1973-1975


Box 13 Folder 211 Bydale Foundation, 1980


Calendar


Box 13 Folder 212 1972


Box 13 Folder 213 Winter, 1972-1973


Box 13 Folder 214 Campus Operations, 1973


Box 13 Folder 215-217 Campus Regulations, 1973-1975


Box 13 Folder 218 Career Center for Social Services, 1974


Box 13 Folder 219-220 Census Information, 1971-1972


Box 13 Folder 221 Census Information, 1974

[restricted until 2054]


Box 13 Folder 222-223 Central Brooklyn Coordinating Council, 1977-79


Box 13 Folder 224 Child Abuse and Neglect Conferences, 1976-1977


Box 13 Folder 225 Child Advocacy Project, undated


Box 13 Folder 226 Child Study Association, 1971-1978


Box 13 Folder 227-229 Child Welfare Information Services, 1975-1978


Box 13 Folder 230-231 Child Welfare League of America, 1974-1978


Box 13 Folder 233 Christmas Program, 1968

[restricted until 2058]


Box 13 Folder 234-236 Citizens' Committee for Children, 1974-1975



Box 14 Folder 237-244 Citizens' Committee for Children, 1974-1976



Box 15 Folder 245-250 Citizens' Committee for Children, 1976-1980


Box 15 Folder 251 Citizens' Committee for Children--Group Home Task Force, 1974-1975


Box 15 Folder 252 Class Action Lawsuit, 1974


Box 15 Folder 253-256 Coalition of Voluntary Mental Health and Mental Retardation Services,, 1973-1979


Box 15 Folder 257 College of Human Services, 1975-1976


Box 15 Folder 258-260 Columbia University School of Social Work, 1971-1980


Committees


Box 15 Folder 261 Drug Abuse, 1973


Box 15 Folder 262 Safety, 1971


Box 15 Folder 263 Volunteer, 1971


Box 15 Folder 264 Community-Based Alternative School Program, 1974


Box 15 Folder 265 Community Care Program, 1971


Box 15 Folder 266-268 Community Contacts, 1973-1975


Box 15 Folder 269 Community Council of Greater New York, 1975-1976



Box 16 Folder 270-271 Community Council of Greater New York, 1976-1978


Box 16 Folder 272 Community Mental Health Services, 1976-1977


Box 16 Folder 273 Community Organization File, 1979-1980


Box 16 Folder 274-280 Community Services, 1977-1981


Box 16 Folder 281-283 Community Service Society of New York, 1974-1978


Box 16 Folder 284-285 Comprehensive Employment and Training Act, 1973-1980


Box 16 Folder 286-288 Comptroller's Office, 1973-1978


Box 16 Folder 289 Concerned Black Citizens, 1973-1974


Box 16 Folder 290 Concerned Committee, 1968-1969


Box 16 Folder 291-292 Conferences, 1973-1975


Box 16 Folder 293 Conference Abstracts, undated


Box 16 Folder 294 Consulting Psychiatrists, 1970


Box 16 Folder 295 Cornell University, 1976-1977


Box 16 Folder 296 Corporal Punishment, 1968


Box 16 Folder 297 Corporation Bylaws, 1977


Box 16 Folder 298-299 Corporation Certificate of Incorporation and Not-for-Profit Status,, 1973


Box 16 Folder 300-301 Council on Social Work Education, 1970-1975



Box 17 Folder 302-303 Criminal Justice Coordinating Council, 1973-1975


Box 17 Folder 304 Curriculum Sub-Committee, 1975


Box 17 Folder 305 Daily Logs, 1980 September

[restricted until 2060]


Box 17 Folder 306 Damage, 1973-1975

[restricted until 2055]


Box 17 Folder 307 Dell'Angelo, June 1978


Box 17 Folder 308 Director for Inter-Agency Relations, 1975


Box 17 Folder 309 Directories, 1975


Box 17 Folder 310 Discharges, 1971


Box 17 Folder 311 Dream Lake Campus--Plans and Interior Furnishing, 1964

(one architectural drawing in oversize Box)


Box 17 Folder 312 Drugs, undated


Box 17 Folder 313 Duke University, 1978-1979


Box 17 Folder 314 Dutchess County, 1979-1980


Box 17 Folder 315 Early Childhood Development, 1970


Box 17 Folder 316 Einstein College of Medicine, 1976-1977


Box 17 Folder 317-323 Eleanor Roosevelt Campus, 1970-1981

[restricted until 2058]

(1978 file is)


Eleanor Roosevelt Campus


Box 17 Folder 324 Accidents Reports, 1969

[restricted until 2049]


Box 17 Folder 325 Activities--Boy Scout Troup, 1969


Box 17 Folder 326 Activities Schedule, 1969


Box 17 Folder 327 Admissions Policy, 1973


Box 17 Folder 328 Boys' Daily Routine Schedule


Box 17 Folder 339 Boy Scout Institutional Workshop, 1966


Box 17 Folder 340 Cabinet, 1979-1980


Box 17 Folder 341 Case Conference Material, 1967

[restricted until 2047]


Box 17 Folder 342 Child Care, 1978

[restricted until 2058]


Box 17 Folder 343 Child Care Staff, 1969



Box 18 Folder 344 Child Care Supervisors, 1969


Box 18 Folder 345-346 Children's Services, 1980-1981


Box 18 Folder 347 Clinical Department, 1980


Box 18 Folder 348 Counselor Orientation Folder, 1966


Box 18 Folder 349 Counselor-Teacher Meetings, 1966


Box 18 Folder 350 Creative Arts Program, undated


Box 18 Folder 351 Cross Country Team Proposal, 1970


Box 18 Folder 352 Discharges, 1971


Box 18 Folder 353 Executive Cabinet, 1973


Box 18 Folder 354 Fiscal Departmen--Audit Report, 1978-1979


Box 18 Folder 355 Group-Therapist Meetings, 1967

[restricted until 2047]


Box 18 Folder 356 Holder, Melvin, undated

[restricted until 2060]


Box 18 Folder 357 In-Service Training Program, 1967 September


Box 18 Folder 358 Inter-departmental Staff Meetings, 1967


Box 18 Folder 359 Lance, Bart, 1967

[restricted until 2047]


Box 18 Folder 360 Modified Residential Program, 1977


Box 18 Folder 361 Neighbors, 1980-1981


Box 18 Folder 362 Night Counselor Staff Meetings, 1967


Box 18 Folder 363 Procedures--General, 1969


Box 18 Folder 364 Recreation/Vocational Program, 1978-1979


Box 18 Folder 365 Reorganization Plans, 1971


Box 18 Folder 366 Rooms/Apartments, 1973


Box 18 Folder 367 Special Report, 1967

[restricted until 2047]


Box 18 Folder 368 Vocational Training Program, undated


Box 18 Folder 369 Westchester Friends of Wiltwyck, 1966


Box 18 Folder 370 Evaluations, 1968-1969

[restricted until 2049]


Box 18 Folder 371 Evaluations--Brooklyn Student Unit, 1974-1975

[restricted until 2055]


Box 18 Folder 372 Evaluations--Brooklyn--Bedford-Stuyvesant, 1975-1976

[restricted until 2056]


Box 18 Folder 373 Executive Cabinet, 1974-1975


Box 18 Folder 374-376 Executive Director Files, 1969-1970

[restricted until 2050]


Box 18 Folder 377 Family, Conference on the, 1975-1976


Box 18 Folder 378 Family Project, undated



Box 19 Folder 379-384 Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies, 1972-1981


Box 19 Folder 385 Division on Child and Family Welfare, 1978-1979


Box 19 Folder F.386 Harlem Agencies for Neighborhood Development, 1979-1980


Box 19 Folder 387 Juvenile Justice Project, 1974


Box 19 Folder 388 Task Force, 1978


Box 19 Folder 389 Final Evaluations, 1974

[restricted until 2054]


Box 19 Folder 390 Finance, 1972


Box 19 Folder 391 Financial Memoranda, 1977-1978


Box 19 Folder 392 Financial Statements, 1971


Box 19 Folder 393 Fiscal Department, 1980-1981


Box 19 Folder 394 Fiscal Department--Save Eleanor Roosevelt Campus Campaign, 1981


Box 19 Folder 395 Fiscal Operating Statement, 1974-1975


Box 19 Folder 396 Floyd Patterson House--Therapist and Counselor Summaries, 1968

[restricted until 2048]


Box 19 Folder 397 Food Service Department, 1970


Box 19 Folder 398-399 Fordham-Tremont Community Mental Health Center, 1978-1980


Box 19 Folder 400-402 Fordham University, 1970-1979


Box 19 Folder 403-404 Foster Care, 1974-1979


Box 19 Folder 405 Foster Grandparent Program, 1972


Box 19 Folder 406 Foundations, 1974-1975


Box 19 Folder 407-408 Fundraising, 1970-1974



Box 20 Folder 409-410 Fundraising Department, 1974-1976


Box 20 Folder 411-416 Fundraising and Public Relations, 1976-1981


Box 20 Folder 417 Fundraising and Public Relations--Press Releases, 1980-1981


Box 20 Folder 418 Fundraising and Public Relations--Procedures and Form Letters,, 1977-1978


Box 20 Folder 419-420 Furnishings, 1973-1975


Box 20 Folder 421 George Junior Republic Association, 1979-1980


Box 20 Folder 422 Governor's Panel on Juvenile Violence, 1975


Box 20 Folder 423-425 Grants, 1974-1975


Box 20 Folder 426 Grant Request, 1981


Box 20 Folder 427-434 Greater New York Fund, 1970-1981


Box 20 Folder 435 Grievance Material--Union, 1977

[restricted until 2057]


Box 20 Folder 436-437 Group Homes, 1970-1972

[restricted until 2052]



Box 21 Folder 438-442 Group Homes, 1974-1979

[restricted until 2059]


Box 21 Folder 443-444 Group Home C, 1975-1978

[restricted until 2058]


Box 21 Folder 445 Group Home D, 1975

[restricted until 2055]


Box 21 Folder 446 Group Home D, 1975

[restricted until 2055]


Box 21 Folder 447 Group Home D Lawsuit, 1974-1975


Box 21 Folder 448 Group Home Hartsdale, 1976-1977


Box 21 Folder 449 Group Home Proposal, 1972


Box 21 Folder 450-451 Group Life, 1971-1973

[restricted until 2055]


Box 21 Folder 452-453 Harlem Catchment Area, 1973


Box 21 Folder 454 Harlem Catchment Planning Group, 1974


Box 21 Folder 455 Harlem Neighborhood Association, 1976-1977


Box 21 Folder 456 Harris, Kenneth, undated

[restricted until 2060]


Box 21 Folder 457-462 Havens Relief Fund Society, 1972-1981


Box 21 Folder 463 Hearings and Interviews, 1969


Box 21 Folder 464 Hellman, Martin, 1974-1975


Box 21 Folder 465 Homemaker/Organizer, undated


Box 21 Folder 466 Homemaker, Organizer, 1972


Box 21 Folder 467 Human Ecology Institute, 1975-1976



Box 22 Folder 468 Hunter College, 1975-1976


Box 22 Folder 469-470 Insurance Matters, 1974-1975


Box 22 Folder 471-476 Intakes, 1972-1976

[1974 Folder is restricted until 2054]


Box 22 Folder 477 Intake Policy, 1971


Box 22 Folder 478 Inter-agency Council on Child Welfare, 1972


Box 22 Folder 479-489 Inter-disciplinary Generic Training Program, 1972-1979


Box 22 Folder 490 Committee, 1972


Box 22 Folder 491 Student Evaluations, 1975

[restricted until 2055]



Box 23 Folder 492 Interiors, 1965


Box 23 Folder 493 Inventory of Books, 1967


Box 23 Folder 494 Jewish Board of Family and Children's Services, 1977


Box 23 Folder 495 Jewish Board of Guardians, 1974-1975


Box 23 Folder 496-497 Job Descriptions, 1971-1973


Box 23 Folder 498 Jobs '70 Program, 1971


Box 23 Folder 499 Joint Action for Children, 1978-1979


Box 23 Folder 500 Key to Abbreviations, 1971


Box 23 Folder 501 King, Roy, 1967

[restricted until 2047]


Box 23 Folder 502 Landau, Martin, undated


Box 23 Folder 503 Lawsuits, 1980


Box 23 Folder 504 Lawsuit--Child v. Beame, 1975-1976


Box 23 Folder 505-506 Lawsuits--Wilder/Sugarman, 1974


Box 23 Folder 507 Lease, undated


Box 23 Folder 508 Lease Amendment to Union Free School District, 1971


Box 23 Folder 509 Lease Information, 1975


Box 23 Folder 510-511 Legal Aid Society, 1973-1978


Box 23 Folder 512-514 Legislation, 1974-1977



Box 24 Folder 515-518 Legislation, 1978-1981


Box 24 Folder 519 Social Welfare, 1967


Box 24 Folder 520-522 Title XX, 1974-1976


Box 24 Folder 523-534 Library, 1974-1978


Box 24 Folder 535 Clinical and Research Building, 1967


Box 24 Folder 536 Procedures, undated


Box 24 Folder 537 Litigation, 1971


Box 24 Folder 538 Lloyd, Edward, 1968

[restricted until 2048]


Box 24 Folder 539-544 Manhattan Center, 1973-1980


Box 24 Folder 545-547 Manhattan Unit, 1973-1975


Box 24 Folder 548 Manual of Job Descriptions, undated


Box 24 Folder 549 Mashikian, Hagop S., 1967


Box 24 Folder 550 Mayor's Advisory Council on Juvenile Institutions, 1974


Box 24 Folder 551-555 Medical Department, 1971-1978


Meetings


Box 24 Folder 556-559 Administrative Staff, 1970-1973



Box 25 Folder 559-563 All-Agency Supervisors, 1971-1975


Box 25 Folder 564-567 Boys' Council, l973-1978

[restricted until 2058]


Box 25 Folder 568-573 Cabinet, 1970-1975


Box 25 Folder 574 Conference, 1966


Box 25 Folder 575 Executive Staff, 1971


Box 25 Folder 576 In-Service Training, 1971


Box 25 Folder 577 Mental Health and Mental Retardation, 1973


Box 25 Folder 578 Residential Operations Committee, 1970


Box 25 Folder 579 Review Conferences, 1971


Box 25 Folder 580-581 School Board, 1971-1972


Box 25 Folder 582 Supervisors, 1978-1979


Box 25 Folder 583 Team, 1971


Box 25 Folder 584 Training Sessions for Community Center Staff, 1977


Box 25 Folder 585 Volunteer Department, undated


Memos


Box 25 Folder 586 Clinical Staff, 1965


Box 25 Folder 587 Rosmini and Volunteers, 1966


Box 25 Folder 588-589 Mennonite Central Committee, 1971-1972


Mental Health


Box 25 Folder 590 1973


Box 25 Folder 591 Brooklyn Association for, 1977


Box 25 Folder 592-593 Coalition, 1974-1975


Box 25 Folder 594-596 Coalition of Voluntary Mental Health and Mental Retardation Contract Agencies,, 1976-1978


Box 25 Folder 597 Westchester Association for, 1967


Box 25 Folder 598 Metropolitan Applied Research Center, undated


Box 25 Folder 599 Minutes, Eleanor Roosevelt Campus Committee, 1969


Box 25 Folder 600 Musical Psychology Program, 1980-1981


Box 25 Folder 601 Nassau County, 1980-1981


Box 25 Folder 602 National Association of Black Social Workers, 1977


Box 25 Folder 603 National Association of Social Workers, 1979-1980



Box 26 Folder 604-605 National Institute of Mental Health, 1967-1972


Box 26 Folder 606 National Recreation and Park Association, 1970


Box 26 Folder 607-608 National Conference on Social Welfare, 1974-1976


Box 26 Folder 609 National Conference on Social Work, 1972


Box 26 Folder 610 National Urban League, 1976-1977


Box 26 Folder 611-612 National Youth Service, 1978-1980


Box 26 Folder 613 New Muse, 1977


Box 26 Folder 614-615 Newspaper Articles, 1971-1977

(Clippings in Oversize Box)


New York City


Box 26 Folder 616 1975-1980


Box 26 Folder 617-619 Addiction Services Agency, 1970-1975


Box 26 Folder 620 Board of Social Welfare, 1976


Box 26 Folder 621 Bureau of Labor Services, 1975


Box 26 Folder 622 Coalition for Juvenile Justice and Youth Services, 1974-1975


Box 26 Folder 623 Community Mental Health Board, 1967


Box 26 Folder 624-626 Criminal Justice Coordinating Council, 1974-1977



Box 27 Folder 627 Criminal Justice Coordinating Council, 1977-1980


Box 27 Folder 628-637 Department of Mental Health and Mental Retardation Services,, 1970-1981


Box 27 Folder 638-639 Alcoholism Services, 1978-1979



Box 28 Alcoholism Services, 1979-1980


Box 28 Folder 640 Information Notice, 1980-1981


Box 28 Folder 641-643 Manhattan Regional Federation of Mental Health and Mental Retardation Agencies--Children's Services Committee,, 1975-1977


Box 28 Folder 644 Manhattan Regional Federation, Harlem Catchment Area, 1974-1975


Box 28 Folder 645-653 Department of Social Services, 1971-1981


Box 28 Folder 654 Department of Social Welfare, 1972


Box 28 Folder 655 Division--Minutes, 1968


Box 28 Folder 656 Housing Authority, 1974


Box 28 Folder 657-661 Human Resources Administration, 1977-1981


Box 28 Folder 662-663 Homemaker Services, 1976-1980



Box 29 Folder 664-665 Homemaker Services, 1977-1980


Box 29 Folder 666 Inter-agency Manual, 1980-1981


Box 29 Folder 667-668 Inter-agency Planning Committee, 1976-1978


Box 29 Folder 669 Procedures and Bulletins, 1979


Box 29 Folder 670-674 Special Services for Children, 1973-1975



Box 30 Folder 673-677 Special Services for Children, 1976-1980

[restricted until 2057]

(1977 and 1978 Folder)


Box 30 Folder 683 Procedures and Bulletins, 1977


Box 30 Folder 684 Mission Society, 1978


Box 30 Folder 685 Task Force on the New York City Crisis, 1976-1977



Box 31 Folder 686-689 Task Force on the New York City Crisis, 1976-1979


Box 31 Folder 690 Foster Care Services, 1978-1979


Box 31 Folder 691-692 Subcommittee on Mental Health, 1976-1978


Box 31 Folder 693-697 Youth Board, 1976-1980


Box 31 Folder 698 Budget, 1977-1978



Box 32 Folder 699 New York Civil Liberties Union, 1974


Box 32 Folder 700 New York Council on Adoptable Children, 1978-1979


Box 32 Folder 701 New York Insurance Compensation Board, 1968


Box 32 Folder 702 New York Office, 1974


New York State


Box 32 Folder 703-705 Association for Human Services, 1975-1977


Box 32 Folder 706 Association for Mental Health Program Committee, 1966


Box 32 Folder 707-710 Board of Social Welfare, 1973-1977


Box 32 Folder 711-713 Board of Social Welfare, 1977-1979


Box 32 Folder 714 Coalition for Juvenile Justice and Youth Services, 1975-1976


Box 32 Folder 715 Community Mental Health Services Act, 1962


Box 32 Folder 716-723 Council of Voluntary Child Care Agencies, 1970-1981


Box 32 Folder 724 Department of Mental Health, 1977


Box 32 Folder 725-727 Department of Mental Hygiene, 1965-1972



Box 33 Folder 728-732 Department of Mental Hygiene, 1965-1978


Box 33 Folder 733-734 Out-Patient Clinic, 1965-1969


Box 33 Folder 735-737 Out-Patient Psychiatric Facility, 1971-1975


Box 33 Folder 738 Proposal, 1967


Box 33 Folder 739 Proposal Follow-up, 1967


Box 33 Folder 740-749 Department of Social Services, 1968-1980



Box 34 Folder 750 Council on Child Welfare, 1974-1975


Box 34 Folder 751 Investigation, 1969


Box 34 Folder 752-753 Department of Social Welfare Application, 1965


Box 34 Folder 754-757 Division of Criminal Justice Services, 1976-1979


Box 34 Folder 758-759 Committee on Emergency Preparedness, 1977-1978


Box 34 Folder 760-761 Crime Control Planning Board, 1976-1978


Box 34 Folder 762-765 Division for Youth, 1975-1980


Box 34 Folder 766 Drug Abuse Control Commission, 1974-1975


Box 34 Folder 767-768 Education Department, 1970-1979


Box 34 Folder 769 Governor's Panel on Juvenile Justice, 1975-1976


Box 34 Folder 770 Juvenile Justice Advisory Board, 1975


Box 34 Folder 771 Northwest Regional Planning Committee, 1969-1970



Box 35 Folder 772 Office of Economic Opportunity, 1966


Box 35 Folder 773-774 Office of Mental Health, 1978-1980


Box 35 Folder 775 Office of Mental Hygiene--Special Services for Children, 1979-1980


Box 35 Folder 776 Oral Examinations for Civil Service, 1974


Box 35 Folder 777 State Communities Aid Association, 1977-1978


Box 35 Folder 778 Welfare Conference, 1974


Box 35 Folder 779 Organization, 1969


Box 35 Folder 780 Other Agencies, 1973


Box 35 Folder 781 Out-Patient Clinic, 1967


Box 35 Folder 782 Memoranda, 1966


Box 35 Folder 783 Statistical Reports, 1967


Box 35 Folder 784 Paramount Releases, 1973


Box 35 Folder 785 Parents' Association, 1970


Box 35 Folder 786 Parsons, Brinkerhoff, Quade, and Douglas, Inc., 1979-1980


Box 35 Folder 787-790 Patient Profiles, 1960-1974

[restricted until 2054]


Patterson House



Box 36 Folder 791 Admission Policy, 1967


Box 36 Folder 792 Administrative Meetings, 1965


Box 36 Folder 793 Annotated Bibliography, 1966


Box 36 Folder 794 Budget, Program Proposal, 1967


Box 36 Folder 795 Christmas Plans and Programs, 1967


Box 36 Folder 796 Cole, Gary, 1967


Box 36 Folder 797 Duncan, Dave, 1967


Box 36 Folder 798 Educational Supervisor, 1968


Box 36 Folder 799 Evolution of a Group Counselor, 1966


Box 36 Folder 800 Family Therapy Seminar, 1966


Box 36 Folder 801 Film Proposal, 1967


Box 36 Folder 802 Fochios, Dr. Steve, 1965


Box 36 Folder 803 Morrison, Jay, 1969


Box 36 Folder 804 Myers, Edward, 1969


Box 36 Folder 805 News, 1966


Box 36 Folder 806 Preiskel, Mrs. Robert H., 1967


Box 36 Folder 807 Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton, Garrison, 1979-1980


Personnel


Box 36 Folder 808-809 General, 1975-1977


Box 36 Folder 810 Applications, 1979-1981

[restricted until 2061]


Box 36 Folder 811 Dale, Nan, 1981


Box 36 Folder 812 Evaluation, 1975

[restricted until 2055]


Box 36 Folder 813 Fireman, Barry I., 1979-1980


Box 36 Folder 814 Former Staff, 1979


Box 36 Folder 815 Holding, 1975


Box 36 Folder 816-817 Job Descriptions, 1971-1981


Box 36 Folder 818 Manual, 1971


Box 36 Folder 819 Poole, Robert, 1971


Box 36 Folder 820 References, 1975

[restricted until 2055]


Box 36 Folder 821 Salaries, 1974


Box 36 Folder 822 Policies and Procedures, 1967


Box 36 Folder 823 Policy Statement, 1971


Box 36 Folder 824-828 Population, 1976-1981


Box 36 Folder 829 Follow-up Studies, 1975-1976


Box 36 Folder 830-831 Procedures, 1975-1977


Box 36 Folder 832 Intake, 1968


Box 36 Folder 833 Personnel and Policy, 1968



Box 37 Folder 834-835 Programs, 1969-1971


Box 37 Folder 836 Descriptions and Bibliographies, 1970


Box 37 Folder 837 Development, 1973


Box 37 Folder 838 Guidelines, undated


Box 37 Folder 839-840 Projects, undated, 1969-1971


Box 37 Folder 841 Demonstration, undated


Box 37 Folder 842 Follow-up Evaluation, undated


Box 37 Folder 843 To be Reviewed, undated


Box 37 Folder 844-888 Proposals, 1974-1978


Box 37 Folder 889 Bedford-Stuyvesant, undated


Box 37 Folder 890 Central Brooklyn Community Care, undated


Box 37 Folder 891 Comprehensive, undated


Box 37 Folder 892 Division of Criminal Justice Services, 1977



Box 38 Folder 893-895 Reorganization, 1964-1967


Box 38 Folder 896 Research and Demonstration Project, undated


Box 38 Folder 897-902 Studies of Families and Children in Residential Treatment,, 1962


Box 38 Folder 903 Psychiatric Evaluations, 1977

[restricted until 2057]


Box 38 Folder 904-906 Psychiatric Services, 1973-1977



Box 39 Folder 907 Psychology Certification Law, 1966


Box 39 Folder 908-910 Publications, 1966-1975


Box 39 Folder 911-912 Publicity, 1970-1975


Box 39 Folder 913-914 Public Relations, 1975-1977


Box 39 Folder 915 Putnam, 1979-1980


Box 39 Folder 916 Rationale--Overall Organization and Program, undated


Box 39 Folder 917-919 Real Estate, 1974-1978


Box 39 Folder 920 Bronx, 1977-1978


Box 39 Folder 921 Brooklyn, 1977


Box 39 Folder 922 Brooklyn--Brownsville, 1977-1978


Box 39 Folder 923 Manhattan, 1973-1976


Box 39 Folder 924 Record-Keeping Survey, 1967


Box 39 Folder 925 Recruitment of Counselors, 1966


Box 39 Folder 926-930 Recreation Department, 1971-1975 undated,, 1971-1975


Box 39 Folder 931 Reference Material, undated


Box 39 Folder 932 Rehabilitation of Transgenerationally Deprived and Dependent Families,, 1967



Box 40 Folder 933-937 Reports, 1971-1978

[1977 Folder restricted until 2057]


Box 40 Folder 938 Personnel--Wiltwyck Experience, 1967


Box 40 Folder 939 Quiet Room, 1977

[restricted until 2057]


Box 40 Folder 940-942 Requests for Information, 1973-1975


Box 40 Folder 943 Research, 1979-1980


Box 40 Folder 944 Research--Eleanor Roosevelt Campus Crime, 1980-1971


Box 40 Folder 945-947 Research, Training, and Program Development, 1974-1977


Box 40 Folder 948-949 Residential Programs, 1977, undated, 1977, undated


Box 40 Folder 950 Rockland County, 1979-1980


Box 40 Folder 951 Rotary Club Project, 1967


Box 40 Folder 952 Rough Draft, Research Plan, 1965


Box 40 Folder 953-954 Saving Families for Children, 1975-1977


Box 40 Folder 955 Schools of Social Work, 1973


Box 40 Folder 956 Schwerner Memorial Fund, 1967


Box 40 Folder 957 Silcott, T. George, 1969-1973


Box 40 Folder 958 Social Service, 1973


Box 40 Folder 959 Department, 1971


Box 40 Folder 960 Social Work Material, 1970


Box 40 Folder 961 Statistics--Comparative Re-treatment, 1967-1968



Box 41 Folder 962-963 Staff Retreats, 1971


Box 41 Folder 964 State University of New York at Stony Brook, 1971


Box 41 Folder 965 Stenographic Manual, undated


Box 41 Folder 966 Strike, 1972

[restricted until 2052]


Box 41 Folder 967 Structure, Functions, and Operations, 1967


Box 41 Folder 968 Students in Placement, 1966


Box 41 Folder 969-970 Suffolk County, 1979-1981


Box 41 Folder 971 Summer Program, 1972


Box 41 Folder 972 Eleanor Roosevelt Campus, Brooklyn, Bronx, 1972


Box 41 Folder 973 Taconic Foundation, 1966


Box 41 Folder 974 Teacher Training, Mercy College, 1967


Box 41 Folder 975 Title I, 1967


Box 41 Folder 976 Title III, Elementary and Secondary Act of 1965, 1966, 1965, 1966


Box 41 Folder 977-983 Training, 1969-1980


Box 41 Folder 984 Child Care Staff, undated


Box 41 Folder 985 Material, 1965

[restricted until 2045]


Box 41 Folder 986 Sessions, 1969


Box 41 Folder 987 Treatment Approach, 1971


Box 41 Folder 988 Treatment Committee, 1965


Box 41 Folder 989-994 Union, 1969-1980


Box 41 Folder 995 Union Contract, 1970



Box 42 Folder 996-998 United Fund of Greater New York, 1974-1976


Box 42 Folder 999 United Neighborhood Houses, 1977-1978


Box 42 Folder 1000 United States General, 1979-1980


Box 42 Folder 1001-1008 Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, 1971-1979


Box 42 Folder 1009-1010 Law Enforcement Assistance Administration (LEAA), 1978-1980


Box 42 Folder 1011 United Way of Tri-State, 1977-1978


Box 42 Folder 1012 Urban Home Ownership Program, 1976-1977


Box 42 Folder 1013 Urban League, National, 1977-1978



Box 43 Folder 1014 Virgin Islands, 1973


Box 43 Folder 1015 Vista Program, 1965


Box 43 Folder 1016 Vocational Services, 1979-1980


Box 43 Folder 1017-1020 Volunteers, 1973-1978


Box 43 Folder 1021 Volunteer Opportunities, Inc., 1973


Box 43 Folder 1022 Weiner, Howard A., 1967


Box 43 Folder 1023 Welfare Information, 1967


Box 43 Folder 1024 Westchester


Box 43 Folder 1025 Community Opportunity Program, 1970


Box 43 Folder 1026 Council of Social Agencies, 1968


Box 43 Folder 1027 County, 1979-1980


Box 43 Folder 1028-1029 Department of Health,1978-1980


Box 43 Folder 1030 Mental Health Board, 1969


Box 43 Folder 1031 Friends of Wiltwyck, 1971


Box 43 Folder 1032 Institute of Services for Children, 1966


Box 43 Folder 1033 Putnam School Boards Association, 1979-1980


Box 43 Folder 1034 White, Lewis A., 1969


Box 43 Folder 1035 Wildcat Service Corporation, 1975-1976


Box 43 Folder 1036-1037 Wilder/Sugarman, 1973-1975


Box 43 Folder 1038 Willia Hardgrow Mental Health Clinic, 1978-1979


Wiltwyck


Box 43 Folder 1039-1045 General, 1974-1979


Box 43 Folder 1046 Administration, 1970


Box 43 Folder 1047 Administration Board-Staff Committee,1969


Box 43 Folder 1048 Alumni, 1974


Box 43 Folder 1049 Annual Reports, 1967 July 1-1968 June 30


Box 43 Folder 1050 Anticipated Projects,1965


Box 43 Folder 1051 Background, 1970


Box 43 Folder 1052 Benefits and Press Releases, undated



Box 44 Folder 1053 Board of Directors: Finance Committee,1966


Box 44 Folder 1054 Budget Presentations, 1965-1966


Box 44 Folder 1055 Business Procedures, 1967


Box 44 Folder 1056 By-laws and Certificates of Incorporation, 1942-1953


Box 44 Folder 1057 Campus Committee, 1965


Box 44 Folder 1058 Executive Council, 1967


Box 44 Folder 1059 Experience Evaluations, 1967


Box 44 Folder 1060 Five-Year Plan, 1975-1980


Box 44 Folder 1061 Group Home Program Manual, undated


Box 44 Folder 1062 History, Appendix I, undated


Box 44 Folder 1063 Lease Information, 1971


Box 44 Folder 1064 New York Office, Martin Hellman, 1971


Box 44 Folder 1065 Non-discrimination Policy, 1969


Box 44 Folder 1066 Organizational Policy, 1967


Box 44 Folder 1067 Parents' Group, 1969


Box 44 Folder 1068 Perspectives, 1965


Box 44 Folder 1069 Policies and Procedures, undated


Box 44 Folder 1070 Population Information, undated


Box 44 Folder 1071 Proposal, 1972


Box 44 Folder 1072 School Report, 1974 June 30


Box 44 Folder 1073 Special Budget Report, 1967


Box 44 Folder 1074 Tables of Organization,1979-1980


Box 44 Folder 1075 Work-Release Programs, 1979-1980


Box 44 Folder 1076-1079 Yorktown Union Free School District, 1967-1978



Box 45 Folder 1080-1088 Yorktown Union Free School District, 1973-1981


Box 45 Folder 1089-1091 Board Meetings, 1971-1975



Box 46 Folder 1092-1093 Board Meetings, 1977-1981


Box 46 Folder 1094 Board Reorganization, 1973


Box 46 Folder 1095 Curriculum and Goals, 1974-1975


Box 46 Folder 1096-1097 Yorktown, Town of, 1979-1980

Series III: Staff Articles and Publications, 1963-1979

Series III is comprised of articles and conference papers by Wiltwyck staff and also by unaffiliated authors. Most articles and conference papers deal with the particular demographic served by Wiltwyck and often include case studies drawn from Wiltwyck patients.


Box 46 Folder 1098-1100 Wiltwyck Staff Articles General, 1964-1978


Box 46 Folder 1101 B-D, 1974-1975



Box 47 Folder 1102 E, 1976


Box 47 Folder 1103 F-H, 1968-1976


Box 47 Folder 1104 J-K, 1973-1975


Box 47 Folder 1105 M-Sc, 1975-1976


Box 47 Folder 1106 Minuchin, Salvador, "Families with Multiple Acting-Out Boys,", 1963


Box 47 Folder 1107 Silcott, T. George, General, 1969-1974


Box 47 Folder 1108 A-F, 1972-1979



Box 48 Folder 1109 Fu-R, 1976-1977


Box 48 Folder 1110 S-T, 1969-1979


Box 48 Folder 1111 V-W, 1975


Box 48 Folder 1112 Wiltwyck Staff Articles--Bibliographies, 1972

Series IV: Printed Material, 1966-1975

This series includes printed material produced by Wiltwyck: yearbooks, benefit programs, and published descriptive material. This series also contains a photo-book of Eleanor Roosevelt that emphasizes her role at Wiltwyck.


Box 48 Folder 1113 Eleanor Roosevelt Campus in the Architectural Record, 1971


Box 48 Folder 1114 Eleanor Roosevelt--Her Day, 1973


Box 48 Folder 1115 Benefit Programs, 1966-1972


Box 48 Folder 1116 Volunteer Manual, undated


Box 48 Folder 1117 Wiltwyck Annual Report, 1970-1975


Box 48 Folder 1118 Wiltwyck Journal, 1974-1975


Box 48 Folder 1119 Wiltwyck News, 1971


Box 48 Folder 1120 Wiltwyck Story, 1966

Series V: Oversize Material, 1965-1981

Series V contains architectural blueprints and drawings for Eleanor Roosevelt Campus, oversize clippings, and a ledger of statistics on patients.



Box 49 Folder 1121 Bloom, Daniel, Fish Relief Chart, 1970


Box 49 Folder 1122 Dream Lake Campus: Plans and Interior Furnishings, 1964


Box 49 Folder 1123-1124 Fundraising and Public Relations, 1980-1981


Box 49 Folder 1125 Ledger, Patient Listing July 1965-, May 1976

[restricted until 2056]


Box 49 Folder 1126 Ledger, Statistics, January 1966


Box 49 Folder 1127 Real Estate 1975-6



Box Flat Box 748 Architectural plans, patient records, clippings