- A protest at the National Conference on Social Welfare.
- Social Welfare History Archives founder, Clarke Chambers, examines a new collection.
- Relations with Other Organizations. National Voluntary Organizations and Conferences. National Publicity Council of Health and Welfare Services. (Box 138, Folder 12)
- Relations with Other Organizations. National Voluntary Organizations and Conferences. National Social Welfare Assembly. National Health Council Committee on Relationships with other Committees. (Box 139, Folder 01)
- Relations with Other Organizations. National Voluntary Organizations and Conferences. National Social Welfare Assembly. Committee on Services to Armed Forces and veterans. (Box 139, Folder 02)
Social Welfare History Archives
Collections currently in the UMedia Archive:
- American Social Health Association Records, 1905-1990
The records chronicle the American Social Health (originally "Hygiene") Association's efforts to control and prevent venereal disease, prostitution, and drug addiction through educational, legal, and medical measures. The records reflect considerable interaction with the armed forces, particularly during periods of war or full mobilization. Field reports document conditions in individual cities and the influence of housing, recreation, sanitation, and other factors on vice and public health. Financial sections reflect the development of federated fund-raising and its impact on a national association's program. Activities of longtime executives and staff members William Snow, C. Walter Clarke, Bascom Johnson, and Paul Kinsie are extensively documented. Also included are extensive files of printed materials on social hygiene produced by ASHA.
- "Addict in the Street" Audio Collection
The Addict in the Street audio recordings are a series of interviews with drug addicts conducted during the late 1950’s and early 1960’s by Ralph Tefferteller, associate director of the Henry Street Settlement on New York City’s Lower East Side. The recordings form part of the Ralph and Ruth Tefferteller papers in the Social Welfare History Archives.
- The Job is Never Done: 50 Years of Documenting Social Welfare History
- Social Work Yearbooks, 1929-1960