Social Welfare History Archives

    Equipment/facility: Archives and Special Collections

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      The Social Welfare History Archives collects the records of private-sector social service and social reform organizations and the personal papers of individual leaders in the field. Researchers from all communities and disciplines are invited to contact the archives about using these materials.

      Sources in the Archives document the history of social service and social reform, focused on the late nineteenth and twentieth century in the U.S.

      The Archives also houses an extensive collection of books, periodicals, pamphlets, reports and newsletters related to social work and reform.


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