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Boys at the Orphan Asylum Society of the City of Brooklyn caning chairs.
Girls' domitory, Orphan Asylum Society of the City of Brooklyn
Girls in a cooking class at Hartley House settlement in New York City.
Infant's progress chart from a child health program.
A woman doing piece work in a tenement apartment.
Helping In Helping Out
Social Worker and case files in the Minneapolis Associated Charities office.
A visting nurse in the Mohawk Brighton District in Cincinnati, Ohio
A family doing piece work in their tenement apartment.
Citizenship class at Neighborhood House settlement in Louisville, Kentucky.
Helen Hall papers, National Federation of Settlements unemployment study, index card number 191
Helen Hall papers, National Federation of Settlements unemployment study, summary report for case number 191
Food line during the Great Depression
A social worker and clients during the Great Depression.
A transient man and a social worker during the Great Depression
Men cutting wood as a form of "work relief" during the Great Depression
Men on "work relief" at a public works construction site during the Great Depression
How to spend your food money.
Your Food Dollar
Unemployment Insurance in the Economic Security Program
Displaced persons at a processing center in Ververiers, Belgium.
A social worker and a client.
Mobilization for Youth participants and leaders at a job site.
Step up to Job Corps
Youth from New York City settlement houses at a Neighborhood Youth Corps career conference.
Youth learning about office equipment at a Neighborhood Youth Corps career conference.
A protest at the National Conference on Social Welfare.
Goals of the NWRO
Protest at Bureau of Indian Affairs office in Minneapolis, Minnesota
National Association of Black Social Workers News
Robin Hood Was Right
Adequate income for all!
Protesters at a rally in New York
Early leaders of the settlement house movement in the United States.
For a Nation of Neighbors
Orphan Asylum Society of the City of Brooklyn, register book
Social Welfare History Archives founder, Clarke Chambers, examines a new collection.