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Series 1 Administration, 1898-1990 
Note The Administration series consists primarily of historical material, reports, board minutes, financial records, personnel records, departmental records, and committee minutes and records. For the most part, the records document numerous activities and concerns of UNH departments and committees. They also relate to the governance and internal workings of the organization. Records from the numerous UNH committees can be an especially rich source for documenting settlement activities and programs. Material in the "Early Records" and "Committees" sub-series often document topics that also appear in Series 2 and Series 3, Programs, Organizations and Subjects.
 
Series 1.1 Early Records, Histories, Anniversaries, 1898-1966 
Note Series 1.1 contains histories of UNH and records documenting anniversary celebrations. It also includes records that UNH considered to be of historical significance and that were not filed with other record series. These document a variety of topics, most dating from before 1930. In particular, the series contains records regarding The Association of Neighborhood Workers, which was the predecessor organization of UNH.
 
Association of Neighborhood Workers, 1898-1928 
Box 179
Minutes, Reports, Publications, 1898-1919 Box 179, Folder 1
Note Includes: Mary Simkhovitch’s A Settlement Catechism ; bulletins of the Association of Neighborhood Workers; analyses of the Association’s yearly activities, committee work and special projects; a brief summary of United Neighborhood House work prior to 1930; minutes of the Association, 1913 to 1916; references to the Association from Hartley House News , Willoughby House and Riis House annual reports; and a 1916 report on the theory and practice of girls’ work.
Box Legal 239
Miscellaneous Records, circa 1919-1927 Box Legal 239, Folder 8
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 1.
Box 1
Review of Work, 1913-1928 Box 1, Folder 1
 
Correspondence and Membership Lists, 1916-1919 Box 1, Folder 2
 
Bulletin , 1916 Box 1, Folder 3
Box 18
Meeting Minutes, 1922-1928 Box 18, Folder 1 to 2
Note 1922, 1926, 1928
 
Anniversaries,  
Note The anniversary records are listed in chronological order.
Box Legal 250
Thirty Fifth Anniversary Luncheon, circa 1935-1936 Box Legal 250, Folder 74
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 16.
Box 1
Thirty-Fifth Anniversary, 1936 Box 1, Folder 23
Box 223
Thirty-Fifth Anniversary Dinner, 1936 Box 223, Folder 474
Note Correspondence, programs. Also includes a transcript of a talk by Harry L. Hopkins on WPA history and statements by Lillian D. Wald, John L. Elliott, Mary K. Simkhovitch on housing and relief.
Box 207
Fiftieth Anniversary, 1951 Box 207, Folder 296
Note Programs, seating lists.
 
Fiftieth Anniversary, 1951 Box 207, Folder 295
Note Correspondence, dinner reservations.
 
Fiftieth Anniversary, 1951 Box 207, Folder 294
Note Correspondence, Dinner Committee material.
 
Fiftieth Anniversary, 1951 Box 207, Folder 293
Note Correspondence; copies of speeches delivered at anniversary celebrations; and pamphlets describing UNH, its history, and function.
 
Fiftieth Anniversary, 1950-1951 Box 207, Folder 292
Note Correspondence, pamphlets, memoranda, and press releases relating to UNH’s Fiftieth Anniversary ce1ebration; press releases on UNH’s history and purpose; editorials; an outline of 50 years of UNH services; and a brief history of original 15 New York City settlements.
Box 1
Fiftieth Anniversary, 1951 Box 1, Folder 24
Box 207
Fiftieth Anniversary Dinner, 1951 Box 207, Folder 298
Note Speakers’ correspondence, planning committee minutes, and speeches. Topics include: music and the arts in the settlements, the history of UNH, and volunteers. Speakers at the dinner included: Eleanor Roosevelt; James J. Mallon, warden of Toynbee Hall; Mary Simkhovitch; Helen Hall; John McDowell; and Stanley M. Isaacs.
 
Fiftieth Anniversary Dinner, 1951 Box 207, Folder 297
Note Publicity, formal arrangements.
Box 1
Seventieth Anniversary of the Settlement Movement in the United States, 1956 Box 1, Folder 25
 
Seventy-Fifth Anniversary Correspondence 1959-1961 Box 1, Folder 26 to 27
Box 131
Anniversary Dinners,  Box 131, Folder
 
Early Records, Assorted Topics,  
Box 179
Historical Materials, 1919-1935 Box 179, Folder 2
Note Includes: an historical survey of the executive leadership of UNH; copies of important correspondence regarding housing; notes about important items retained in UNH files, e.g. original constitution and data surrounding the founding of UNH; Americanization of immigrants; clippings concerning UNH’s response to the Lusk Committee’s charges that the settlements were “breeding grounds of sedition and anarchy."
 
Historical Materials 1901-1962 Box 179
Note Minutes of Association of Neighborhood Workers. Historical notes on history of United Neighborhood Houses, including Lusk Committee and early history of settlements in New York.
Box 1
General Announcements, 1919-1921 Box 1, Folder 4
 
Histories and Descriptions, 1929-1947 Box 1, Folder 16 to 17
Note 1933-1936, 1939, 1940, 1942, 1944-1945
 
"Goals, Allies and Ballots: The Social and Political Road of UNH," Stanley M. Isaacs, circa 1940 Box 1, Folder 18
 
"Fifty Years of Service," 1950 Box 1, Folder 19
 
"Services of UNH to Its Member Houses," 1954 Box 1, Folder 20
 
"1900-1958: Fifty-Eight Years of Service," 1958 Box 1, Folder 21
Box Legal 250
History of UNH and Committees, circa 1935-1936 Box Legal 250, Folder 74
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 16.
Box Legal 242
Records by Settlement Leaders, circa 1925-1926 Box Legal 242, Folder 24
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 7. Includes Mary Simkhovitch on the function of the settlements and John L. Elliott and Graham Romeyn Taylor on delinquency.
Box 1
Conferences, Receptions, and Festivals, 1923-1929 Box 1, Folder 6
Note Includes material relating to reception for Amelia Earhart.
 
Joint Committee on Work with Adult Immigrants, Tentative Report, circa 1923 Box 1, Folder 7
 
Legislative Memorandum in Opposition to New York State Senate Bill 1274 , circa 1920 Box 1, Folder 8
Note UNH opposition to requirement of licenses to operate schools.
 
New York State Legislative Committee, Newspaper Clippings, 1921 Box 1, Folder 9
Note Regarding Lusk Committee accusations of "revolutionary ideas" at UNH.
 
News and Notes, 1931-1932 Box 1, Folder 10
 
Radio Speech Script, 1929 Box 1, Folder 11
 
Schedules of Activities, 1925-1929 Box 1, Folder 12
 
United Parents Associations, Family Housing Committee, 1928-1929 Box 1, Folder 13
Note Minutes and correspondence
 
Welfare Council of New York City Study, 1927 Box 1, Folder 14
Note Summer activities of 31 settlements
 
"Mutual Expectations of UNH and Its Member Houses," 1966 Box 1, Folder 22
 
Photo Exhibit, Correspondence, 1959-1964 Box 1, Folder 32
Box Legal 253
Newspaper Clippings, 1920-1958 Box Legal 253, Folder 1 to 2
Note Two scrapbooks: 1920-1944, 1956-1958
Box Legal 243
Ethical Standards for Wages in Social Work, circa 1926-1927 Box Legal 243, Folder 27
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 8.
Box 1
Early Photographs,  Box 1, Folder 15
Note Includes some Federal Art Project photographs.
 
Series 1.2 Annual Reports, 1927-1975 
Note The annual reports are listed in chronological order.
Box Legal 243
Annual Report of Executive Secretary of UNH, circa 1926-1927 Box Legal 243, Folder 27
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 8.
Box Legal 253
Annual Report of the Executive Secretary of UNH, 1927 Box Legal 253, Folder 3
Box 2
Annual Reports, 1927-1974 Box 2, Folder 1 to 8
Note 1927, 1943-1947, 1950-1952, 1954-1957, 1960-1961, 1963-1970, 1972-1974
Box 181
Record of Work, 1929-1934 Box 181, Folder 20
Note Topics include: the Depression, unemployment, relief, and settlement financing.
 
Record of Work, 1933-1936 Box 181, Folder 21
Note Topics include: housing, unemployment, relief.
 
Record of Work, 1937-1938 Box 181, Folder 22
Note Topics include: the National Youth Administration, Works Progress Administration, Social Service Employee’s Union, and Civilian Conservation Corps Camps.
 
Record of Work, 1938-1939 Box 181, Folder 23
Note Some topics are housing, music, dramatics, visual arts.
 
Record of Work, 1939-1940 Box 181, Folder 24
Note Committee reports. Topics include: housing, arts and crafts, education.
 
Record of Work, 1940-1941 Box 181, Folder 25
Note Committee reports. Topics include: housing, juvenile work, finances.
 
Record of Work, 1943-1944 Box 181, Folder 26
Note Topics include: war-time relief, problems of families with members in the armed forces.
 
Record of Work, 1947 Box 181, Folder 27 to 29
Note Topics include: art, drama and music in the settlements.
 
Series 1.3 Corporate Documents, 1919-1969 
Note The corporate documents include the U|NH certificate of incorporation, constitution, and bylaws.
Box 179
Certificate of Incorporation, 1920 Box 179, Folder 3
Note Statement of purpose.
 
Charter Revision Committee, 1923 Box 179, Folder 4
Note The UNH Executive Committee established this committee to consider revision of UNH’s charter.
 
Constitution and Bylaws, 1942-1947 Box 179, Folder 5
Note Bylaws and revisions adopted at UNH’s annual meeting, 1947.
Box Flat 269
By Laws, circa 1941-1942 Box Flat 269, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 23.
Box 2
Constitution and Bylaws with Revisions, 1919-1969 Box 2, Folder 9
Note 1942, 1948, 1957, 1959, 1960, 1962
 
Certificate of Incorporation, 1920 Box 2, Folder 10
Note copy
 
Series 1.4 Board of Directors, 1928-1977 
Note UNH board minutes and agenda are listed first in chronological order. These are followed by Executive Committee files and by a small number of Nominating Committee files. Board correspondence and member files, a small number of topical files, and a folder from the Board Composition Committee complete the list.
 
Board Records,  
Note The board records are arranged in chronological order, based on the date of the earliest records in the file.
Box Legal 243
Minutes, circa 1926-1927 Box Legal 243, Folder 28
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 8.
Box Legal 244
Minutes, circa 1927-1928 Box Legal 244, Folder 33
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 9
Box 2
Minutes, 1928-1950 Box 2, Folder 11 to 12
Note Minutes and Correspondence, 1928-1929, 1931, circa 1938, 1942-October, 1950.
Box Legal 245
Minutes, circa 1929-1930 Box Legal 245, Folder 37
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 10.
 
Minutes, circa 1929-1930 Box Legal 245, Folder 39
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 10.
 
Minutes, circa 1929-1930 Box Legal 245, Folder 42
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 10.
Box Legal 247
Minutes, Announcements, Member lists, circa 1930-1931 Box Legal 247, Folder 55
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 12
Box Flat 269
Minutes and Announcements, circa 1941-1942 Box Flat 269, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 23.
Box Flat 270
Minutes, circa 1942-1943 Box Flat 270, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 24.
Box 182
Agenda and Minutes, 1941-1946 Box 182, Folder 30
Note Includes financial statements, member house dues records, planning notes for special conferences.
 
Agenda and Minutes, 1946-1948 Box 182, Folder 31
Note Bylaws, financial statements, and papers on UNH’s function, current programs and future needs of the settlements.
 
Agenda and Minutes, 1948-1950 Box 182, Folder 32
Note Financial statements and general Board material.
Box 132
Minutes, 1948-1962 Box 132, Folder
Box 182
Agenda and Minutes, 1950-1951 Box 182, Folder 33
Note Press releases, financial statements, and analyses of financial contributions. Includes a pamphlet, Integration in Housing
 
Agenda and Minutes, 1951-1952 Box 182, Folder 34
Note Bylaws, annual reports, financial statements.
Box 2
Minutes, 1951-1957 Box 2, Folder 13 to 16
Box 182
Agenda and Minutes, 1952-1953 Box 182, Folder 35
Note Bylaws, annual reports, and financial statements. Topics include: housing and recent immigration to the settlement neighborhoods.
 
Agenda and Minutes, 1953-1954 Box 182, Folder 36
Note Settlement administration, financing, and current problems facing the settlements.
Box 183
Agenda and Minutes, 1954-1955  Box 183, Folder 37
Note Finances, day care, juvenile delinquency.
 
Agenda and Minutes, 1955-1956 Box 183, Folder 38
Note Immigration, social action, milk prices, day care, financing, mental health.
 
Agenda and Minutes, 1956-1957 Box 183, Folder 39
Note Committee reports and financial statements. Topics include: day care, housing.
Box 3
Minutes, 1958-1969 Box 3, Folder 1 to 11
Box 133
Minutes, 1962 Box 133, Folder
Box 4
Minutes, 1970-1972 Box 4, Folder 2 to 3
 
Executive Committee, 1919-1970 
Note Minutes, announcement, reports, and correspondence of the full Executive Committee are listed first. These are followed by records from subcommittees of the Executive Committee, which are listed in alphabetical order. Folders of miscellaneous records and a small number of topical files are listed last and are arranged in chronological order.
Box 184
Correspondence and Minutes, 1927-1935 Box 184, Folder 45
Note Includes lists of committee members. Topics include: relief and unemployment, social action, poverty. Correspondents include: the Association for Improving the Conditions of the Poor, John L. Elliott, A. J. (Abraham John) Muste.
Box Flat 268
Minutes and Announcements, circa 1940-1941 Box Flat 268, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 22. Includes information on Lillian Wald.
Box 184
Correspondence and Minutes, 1935-1939 Box 184, Folder 46
Note Correspondence, minutes, and reports from UNH’s standing committees. Topics include: German treatment of minority groups, relief administration controversy, financing, housing, plans of member houses for 1936, and the Depression.
 
Correspondence and Minutes, 1940 Box 184, Folder 47
Note Foreign affairs, housing, finances, relation of UNH to member houses.
Box Legal 239
Minutes and Reports, circa 1919-1924 Box Legal 239, Folder 6 to 11
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 1. Topics include: Americanization, Bolshevism, Lusk Committee investigations, settlement volunteers, boys’ work, settlements in Russia, immigrants, housing, and the incorporation of UNH.
Box Legal 242
Minutes, circa 1924-1925 Box Legal 242, Folder 22
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 6.
Box Legal 243
Minutes, circa 1925-1926 Box Legal 243, Folder 25 to 26
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 7. Topics include: education, volunteers, birth control, housing, finances, and Jane Addams
Box Legal 244
Minutes and Reports, circa 1927-1928 Box Legal 244, Folder 34
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 9
Box Legal 245
Minutes, circa 1929-1930 Box Legal 245, Folder 38 to 39
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 10.
 
Minutes, circa 1929-1930 Box Legal 245, Folder 42
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 10. Topics include housing, art exhibit
Box Legal 247
Minutes and Miscellaneous Records, circa 1930-1931 Box Legal 247, Folder 52
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 12. Topics include: unemployment, birth control, music
 
Minutes, circa 1930-1931 Box Legal 247, Folder 55
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 12. Topics include: unemployment, housing, home relief, visual arts
Box Legal 248
Minutes, circa 1932-1933 Box Legal 248, Folder 59
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 13. Topics include: relief, housing, legislation, treatment of Jews in Germany
 
Minutes, circa 1933-1934 Box Legal 248, Folder 63
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 14. Topics include: housing, relief, unemployment insurance, visual arts
Box Legal 249
Minutes and Agenda, circa 1934-1935 Box Legal 249, Folder 67
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 15. Topics include: allocation of federal funds, peace parades, finances, relief.
Box Legal 250
Minutes, circa 1935-1936 Box Legal 250, Folder 71 to 72
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 16.
Box Legal 251
Minutes and Agenda, circa 1935-1937 Box Legal 251, Folder 79 to 80
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 18. Includes member information. Topics include: WPA, unemployment, home relief vs work relief, visual arts, housing, and the Non-Partizan Citizens’ Committee to Keep Politics out of Relief.
Box Flat 266
Minutes and announcements , circa 1938-1939 Box Flat 266, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 20.
Box Flat 267
Minutes and Announcements, circa 1939-1940 Box Flat 267, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 21.
Box 5
Minutes, 1919-1970 Box 5, Folder 2 to 5
Note 1921, 1923, 1928-1938, 1938-1939, 1941, 1964, 1966-1970
 
Correspondence, 1931-1939 Box 5, Folder 6 to 7
Note 1931-1932, 1936-1939
Box 184
Executive Committee, Nominating Committee, 1940 Box 184, Folder 48
Note History of the UNH, functions of the Committee on Structure.
 
Executive Committee, Officers, 1919-1929  Box 184, Folder 49
Note Lists of Executive officers.
 
Executive Committee, Policy and Reorganization Committee, 1934-1947 Box 184, Folder 50
Note Correspondence, minutes, and related papers of the committee established to redefine the goals and activities of UNH.
Box Legal 249
Executive Committee, Policy and Reorganization Committee, circa 1934-1935 Box Legal 249, Folder 67
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 15.
Box 184
Executive Committee, Committee on Scope and Planning, 1928 Box 184, Folder 51
Note Correspondence and minutes of the committee established to acquaint member settlements with the "plan" and "scope" of UNH activities.
 
Executive Committee, Committee on Structure, 1939 Box 184, Folder 52
Note Papers reflecting the possibility of reorganizing UNH; reports of special meetings held by Stanley M. Isaacs.
 
Executive Committee, Settlement Board Liaison Representatives, 1940-1941 Box 184, Folder 53
Note Correspondence and lists of representatives from member settlements who served as liaisons to UNH’s executive board.
Box Legal 243
Miscellaneous Records, circa 1926-1927 Box Legal 243, Folder 28 to 30
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 8.
 
Miscellaneous Records, circa 1926-1927 Box Legal 243, Folder 30
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 8.
Box Legal 248
Miscellaneous Records, circa 1930-1931 Box Legal 248, Folder 57
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 12 Topics include housing, unemployment legislation
 
Members, circa 1932-1933 Box Legal 248, Folder 59
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 13
 
List of Members, circa 1933-1934 Box Legal 248, Folder 63
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 14.
Box Legal 250
Reports, circa 1935-1936 Box Legal 250, Folder 74
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 16.
Box Legal 251
Volunteers, circa 1935-1937 Box Legal 251, Folder 81
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 18. Includes bibliography on volunteers
 
Works Progress Administration, circa 1935-1937 Box Legal 251, Folder 81
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 18.
Box Flat 265
General Topics, circa 1937-1938 Box Flat 265, Folder 87
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 19.
Box Flat 267
Special Resolution regarding World Situation, circa 1939-1940 Box Flat 267, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 21.
Box Flat 269
Members, circa 1941-1942 Box Flat 269, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 23.
 
Nominating Committee, 1929-1966 
Note Minutes, correspondence, lists, and related records from the Nominating Committee of the UNH Board of Directors.
Box 183
Lists and Correspondence, 1927-1947 Box 183, Folder 42
Note Lists of Board members, correspondence concerning nominations.
 
Lists and Correspondence, 1947-1948 Box 183, Folder 43
Note Lists of Board members, correspondence concerning nominations.
Box Legal 248
Minutes, circa 1933-1934 Box Legal 248, Folder 63
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 14.
Box Flat 267
List, circa 1939-1940 Box Flat 267, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 21.
Box Flat 270
Miscellaneous Records, circa 1942-1943 Box Flat 270, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 24.
Box 5
Miscellaneous Records, 1929-1966 Box 5, Folder 8 to 11
Note 1929-1930, 1938-1939, 1942-1966
 
Board Correspondence and Member Files,  
Note The records consist of correspondence with and information about or for members of the UNH Board of Directors. Arrangements for board events are also documented.
The folders are arranged in chronological order.
Box Legal 241
Miscellaneous Records, circa 1919-1924 Box Legal 241, Folder 17
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 4
Box Legal 242
Miscellaneous Records, circa 1924-1925 Box Legal 242, Folder 21
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 6. Includes lists of board members.
Box Legal 248
Members, circa 1932-1933 Box Legal 248, Folder 59
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 13
Box 183
Correspondence, 1933-1940 Box 183, Folder 40
Note The functions of the UNH board are discussed.
Box Flat 268
Liaison Board Members, circa 1940-1941 Box Flat 268, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 22.
 
Board Member Seminar, circa 1940-1941 Box Flat 268, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 22.
Box Flat 269
Members, circa 1941-1942 Box Flat 269, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 23.
Box Flat 270
Lists of Members, circa 1942-1943 Box Flat 270, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 24.
Box 183
Member House Directors, 1949-1953  Box 183, Folder 41
Note Lists of member house directors used by UNH.
 
Tentative Plan for Affiliation with the Welfare Council of New York City, 1947-1948 Box 183, Folder 44
Note Correspondence regarding proposed affiliation
Box 4
Correspondence and Memoranda, 1948-1972 Box 4, Folder 4 to 7
Box 132
Correspondence, 1956-1966 Box 132, Folder
Box 4
Tours of Settlements and Neighborhoods, 1962-1963 Box 4, Folder 8
Box Legal 256
Resolution regarding Viet Nam, 1969 Box Legal 256, Folder 1
Note Correspondence & Ballots
Box 7
Board Composition Committee, 1965-1967 Box 7, Folder 13
 
Series 1.5 Public and Policy Statements by UNH Officials, 1931-1972 
Note Series 1.5 contains official statements that were issued by UNH. The organization was widely involved in promoting public policy and its staff members often served on governmental or civic organizations that helped to influence policy. Official statements by UNH and its committees are also located in the Programs, Organizations and Subjects series (series 2 and 3). Researchers interested in UNH's stand on various issues should also review the relevant files in those series.
The folders are listed in chronological order.
Box Legal 247
Investigation of New York City Politics, circa 1930-1931 Box Legal 247, Folder 51
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 12.
Box 4
Investigation of New York City Politics, 1931 Box 4, Folder 9
Note Most are by Director Helen M. Harris
Box Legal 247
Labor, circa 1930-1931 Box Legal 247, Folder 51
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 12. Topics include: AFL, communism, and progressivism
 
Settlement Point of View, circa 1930-1931 Box Legal 247, Folder 52
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 12.
 
Unemployment Relief and Closing of the Home Relief Bureau, circa 1930-1931 Box Legal 247, Folder 54
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 12.
Box Flat 266
Statement on Formation of a Health Commission, circa 1938-1939 Box Flat 266, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 20. Public Health
Box Flat 268
Investigation of the Civil Service Commission, circa 1940-1941 Box Flat 268, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 22.
Box Flat 270
Resolution on Dissolution of WPA, circa 1942-1943 Box Flat 270, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 24. Resolution by the board of UNH.
 
Resolution on Delinquency, circa 1942-1943 Box Flat 270, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 24. Resolution by the board of UNH.
 
Community Chest Committee, circa 1942-1943 Box Flat 270, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 24.
Box 4
Miscellaneous Statements, 1946-1972 Box 4, Folder 10 to 13
 
Series 1.6 Committees, 1919-1972 
Note Series 1.6 contains minutes, agenda, correspondence, memoranda, committee reports, reference material, studies, resolutions and related materials. These records form a rich resource for studying the programs and activities of UNH and its allies. Topics that are well-documented include: the arts, especially the visual arts and theater in the settlements; group work with children and youth ("boys' and girls' work"); housing and public housing; UNH's campaigns to promote and influence legislation in a variety of areas; unemployment and relief; education; and the work and concerns of UNH member house "headworkers."
The records of organization-wide planning and administrative committees (other than the Board of Directors and its committees) are listed first. These folders are followed by an alphabetical list of all other UNH committees. Under each committee heading, folders are usually listed in roughly chronological order. A small set of more recent committee files, dating from the 1950s through the 1970s, is listed last.
Box 5
Committee Lists and General Information, 1938-1971 Box 5, Folder 1
Note 1938-1939, 1964-1971
 
Committee on Plan and Scope,  
Box Legal 244
Executive Committee, circa 1927-1928 Box Legal 244, Folder 34
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 9
 
Minutes, circa 1927-1928 Box Legal 244, Folder 34
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 9. Includes statements on the function and history of UNH.
 
Budget Committee, circa 1927-1928 Box Legal 244, Folder 34
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 9
 
Finance Committee, circa 1927-1928 Box Legal 244, Folder 34
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 9
Box 15
General, 1928 Box 15, Folder 1
 
Administrative Committee,  
Box Legal 242
Minutes and Miscellaneous Records, circa 1924-1925 Box Legal 242, Folder 21
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 6
 
Minutes and Miscellaneous Records, circa 1925-1926 Box Legal 242, Folder 24
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 7.
Box Legal 243
General, circa 1926-1927 Box Legal 243, Folder 27
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 8.
 
List of UNH Committees, circa 1926-1927 Box Legal 243, Folder 27
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 8.
Box 5
Administrative Practices Committee, 1960-1961 Box 5, Folder 12
Note Guide to Insurance Protection
 
Committee on Structure,  
Box Flat 267
Proposed Reorganization of UNH, circa 1939-1940 Box Flat 267, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 21.
 
Adult Education Committee,  
Box Flat 266
General, circa 1938-1939 Box Flat 266, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 20.
Box 5
General, 1939 Box 5, Folder 13
 
Anti-Poverty Committee,  
Box 5
Minutes, Agenda, Statements, 1966-1968 Box 5, Folder 14
 
Correspondence and Memoranda, 1966-1968 Box 5, Folder 15 to 17
Box 6
Congressional Visitation Day, 1967 Box 6, Folder 1
 
"Regional" meetings on settlements’ experiences with anti-poverty programs. 1966 Box 6, Folder 2
 
Anti-Poverty Public Hearing,  
Box 6
Transcript and information regarding witnesses. 1967 Box 6, Folder 3
 
Correspondence, 1967 Box 6, Folder 4
 
The Poor on Anti-Poverty , 1967 Box 6, Folder 5
Note Published report of the hearing.
 
Arts Committees,  
 
Arts and Festivals Committee,  
Note The Arts and Festivals Committee files are listed in chronological order.
Box 184
Correspondence and Minutes, 1920-1937 Box 184, Folder 54
Note Publicity for settlement meetings; entertainment, art festivals.
Box Legal 241
Minutes and Other Records, circa 1920-1924 Box Legal 241, Folder 18
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 5 and SCRAPBOOK 6. Includes Arts and Festivals Bulletins
Box Legal 242
Minutes and Other Records, circa 1920-1925 Box Legal 242, Folder 19 to 20
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 5 and SCRAPBOOK 6. Includes Arts and Festivals Bulletins
 
May Day Festival, circa 1920-1924 Box Legal 242, Folder 21
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 5
 
Flower Booths, circa 1920-1924 Box Legal 242, Folder 21
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 5
 
Minutes, circa 1925-1926 Box Legal 242, Folder 24
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 7.
Box Legal 243
Miscellaneous Records, circa 1926-1927 Box Legal 243, Folder 27
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 8.
 
May Day Festival, circa 1926-1927 Box Legal 243, Folder 27
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 8.
Box Legal 244
Minutes,  Box Legal 244, Folder 32
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 9. Regarding dramatics
 
List of Artists, circa 1927-1928 Box Legal 244, Folder 32
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 9
Box Legal 245
General, circa 1929-1930 Box Legal 245, Folder 37
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 10. Topics include: social service through the arts and complimentary tickets for events
 
May Day Festival, circa 1929-1930 Box Legal 245, Folder 37
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 10.
 
Miscellaneous Pageants, circa 1929-1930 Box Legal 245, Folder 40
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 10.
 
May Day Festival, circa 1929-1930 Box Legal 245, Folder 41
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 10.
 
Concert Ticket Lists, circa 1929-1930 Box Legal 245, Folder 42
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 10.
Box Legal 246
Miscellaneous Records, circa 1930-1931 Box Legal 246, Folder 50
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 12 Topics include the purpose of social music
Box Legal 248
Concert Ticket Lists, circa 1932-1933 Box Legal 248, Folder 58
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 13
 
Ticket Committee, circa 1933-1934 Box Legal 248, Folder 62
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 14.
Box Legal 249
Ticket Committee, circa 1934-1935 Box Legal 249, Folder 66
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 15. Complimentary tickets to events
Box Legal 250
Ticket Committee, circa 1935-1936 Box Legal 250, Folder 71
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 16.
Box Legal 251
Free Tickets to Cultural Events,  Box Legal 251, Folder 79
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 18.
Box Flat 265
Complimentary Tickets to Cultural Events, circa 1935-1937 Box Flat 265, Folder 85
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 19.
Box Flat 266
Complimentary Tickets to Cultural Events, circa 1938-1939 Box Flat 266, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 20
Box Flat 267
Complimentary Tickets to Cultural Events, circa 1939-1940 Box Flat 267, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 21.
 
General, circa 1939-1940 Box Flat 267, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 21.
Box Flat 268
Tickets, circa 1940-1941 Box Flat 268, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 22.
 
Summer Boat Trips, circa 1940-1941 Box Flat 268, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 22.
Box 6
Minutes and Announcements, 1928-1932 Box 6, Folder 6
 
Free Passes and Tickets for Children to Films, Baseball Games and other Events, 1928-1939 Box 6, Folder 7 to 8
Note 1928-1932, 1936-1939
 
Visual Arts Committee,  
Note The Visual Arts Committee files are listed in chronological order.
Box 6
Exhibits, 1928-1932 Box 6, Folder 18
Box Legal 245
General, circa 1929-1930 Box Legal 245, Folder 41
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 10.
Box 7
Visiting Children from the Soviet Union, circa 1930 Box 7, Folder 2
Note Exhibit catalog and address to visiting children.
Box Legal 246
General, circa 1930-1931 Box Legal 246, Folder 50
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 12
Box Legal 247
General, circa 1930-1931 Box Legal 247, Folder 52
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 12
 
General, circa 1930-1931 Box Legal 247, Folder 54
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 12
Box 184
Correspondence, Minutes, Reports, 1932-1940 Box 184, Folder 55
Note Includes "A Survey of Arts and Crafts in New York City for 1932-1933," WPA art projects, and Albert J. Kennedy on the necessity for art in the settlements.
Box Legal 248
Minutes and Ticket Lists, circa 1932-1933 Box Legal 248, Folder 58
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 13
 
Arts and Crafts Exhibit in New York City Settlements, circa 1932-1933 Box Legal 248, Folder 58
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 13
 
General, circa 1933-1934 Box Legal 248, Folder 62
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 14.
 
Art Exhibit, circa 1933-1934 Box Legal 248, Folder 62
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 14.
 
Program and Standards for the Visual Arts in Tenement Neighborhoods, circa 1933-1934 Box Legal 248, Folder 62
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 14.
Box 7
Exhibits, 1934-1937 Box 7, Folder 1
Box Legal 249
Minutes, circa 1934-1935 Box Legal 249, Folder 66
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 15.
Box 6
Correspondence, 1934-1948 Box 6, Folder 16
Note 1937-1939, 1946-1948
Box Legal 251
General, circa 1935-1937 Box Legal 251, Folder 79
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 18.
Box Flat 265
General, circa 1937-1938 Box Flat 265, Folder 85
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 19.
Box Flat 266
Art Exhibit, circa 1938-1939 Box Flat 266, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 20.
Box 7
Exhibits Staged from February to November 1938, 1938, 1947 Box 7, Folder 3 to 5
Box 6
Cooperative Purchasing Proposal, 1939 Box 6, Folder 17
Box Flat 267
Art Exhibit, circa 1939-1940 Box Flat 267, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 21.
Box Flat 268
General, circa 1940-1941 Box Flat 268, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 22.
Box Flat 269
Art Exhibits, circa 1941-1942 Box Flat 269, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 23.
 
Poster Contest, circa 1941-1942 Box Flat 269, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 23.
Box 7
Audio-Visual Aids, 1946 Box 7, Folder 7
 
Children’s Exhibition in Paris, 1947 Box 7, Folder 6
 
Art Course, Relating the Arts to the Neighborhood, 1947-1949 Box 7, Folder 8
 
Arts and Crafts Committee,  
Note The Arts and Crafts Committee files are listed in chronological order.
Box Legal 246
Third Annual Arts and Crafts Exhibit, circa 1930-1931 Box Legal 246, Folder 50
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 12
Box Legal 247
General, circa 1930-1931 Box Legal 247, Folder 52
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 12
 
Miscellaneous Records, circa 1930-1931 Box Legal 247, Folder 54
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 12 Albert J. Kennedy chaired the committee
Box Legal 248
General, circa 1933-1934 Box Legal 248, Folder 62
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 14.
Box Legal 249
General, circa 1934-1935 Box Legal 249, Folder 66
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 15. Includes discussions of dramatics
 
National Federation of Settlements Poetry Division,  Box Legal 249, Folder 66
 
New York City Mayor’s Art Committee,  Box Legal 249, Folder 66
Box Legal 250
WPA and Visual Arts, circa 1935-1936 Box Legal 250, Folder 71
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 16.
Box Legal 251
Miscellaneous Records, circa 1935-1937 Box Legal 251, Folder 79
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 18. Includes a program from 1937 art exhibit that contains statements by Albert J. Kennedy and art teachers in various settlements.
Box Flat 265
General, circa 1935-1937 Box Flat 265, Folder 85
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 19.
 
Drama,  
Note Records related to settlement theaters and dramatics committees arranged in chronological order.
Box Legal 253
United Neighborhood Play Bulletin and Other Play Announcements, 1920-1931 Box Legal 253, Folder 5
Box Legal 243
Minutes, circa 1926-1927 Box Legal 243, Folder 27
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 8.
Box 6
Open Air Theatre, 1928-1931 Box 6, Folder 9
Note Correspondence & Permits
 
Open Air Theatre Photographs, 1929 Box 6, Folder 10
Box Legal 245
Children’s Theater, circa 1929-1930 Box Legal 245, Folder 37
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 10.
 
Intersettlement Dramatic Committee, circa 1929-1930 Box Legal 245, Folder 37
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 10. Includes minutes and announcements.
 
United Players’ Guild Bulletin, circa 1929-1930 Box Legal 245, Folder 37
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 10.
 
Play Bulletin , circa 1929-1930 Box Legal 245, Folder 41
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 10.
 
Open Air Theatre, circa 1929-1930 Box Legal 245, Folder 41
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 10.
Box Legal 246
Play Bulletin , circa 1930-1931 Box Legal 246, Folder 50
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 12
Box Legal 247
Play Bulletin , circa 1930-1931 Box Legal 247, Folder 54
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 12
Box Legal 248
Dramatic Consultant Service, circa 1933-1934 Box Legal 248, Folder 62
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 14.
Box Legal 249
Dramatic Project, circa 1934-1935 Box Legal 249, Folder 66
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 15.
Box 6
Responses to Questionnaires Sent to Settlements, 1935 Box 6, Folder 11
Box Legal 250
Drama Committee Minutes and Materials, circa 1935-1936 Box Legal 250, Folder 71
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 16.
Box Flat 267
Drama and Dance, circa 1939-1940 Box Flat 267, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 21.
Box Flat 269
Bulletins, Minutes, and Reports, circa 1941-1942 Box Flat 269, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 23.
Box Flat 270
Drama Committee, circa 1942-1943 Box Flat 270, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 24.
 
Dramatic Committee,  
Box 6
Correspondence, 1938-1939 Box 6, Folder 12
Box 185
Correspondence, 1939-1940 Box 185, Folder 57
Note Regarding use of dramatics in the settlements.
 
Dramatics Committee,  
Box Legal 241
Minutes and other records, circa 1920-1924 Box Legal 241, Folder 18
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 5
Box Legal 242
Minutes and other records, circa 1920-1925 Box Legal 242, Folder 19 to 20
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 5
 
Music Committee,  
Box 6
General, 1930-1955 Box 6, Folder 13
Note 1930, 1943, 1945-1948, 1950, 1951, 1954-1955
Box Legal 249
Musical Opportunities in New York City Settlements, circa 1933-1934 Box Legal 249, Folder 65
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 14.
Box 185
General, 1939-1940 Box 185, Folder 58
Note Papers dealing with the use of music in the settlements and the employment of "relief" musicians under WPA.
Box Flat 267
General, circa 1939-1940 Box Flat 267, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 21.
Box Flat 268
General, circa 1940-1941 Box Flat 268, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 22.
 
Music Course, circa 1940-1941 Box Flat 268, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 22.
Box Flat 270
General, circa 1942-1943 Box Flat 270, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 24.
Box 6
American Youth for World Youth Benefit Performance, 1947 Box 6, Folder 14
 
Bibliographies, 1930, 1948 Box 6, Folder 15
 
Art Committee,  
Box 185
Guggenheim Exhibition, 1959 Box 185, Folder 56
Note Correspondence about an exhibition of paintings produced in the settlements that was held at the Guggenheim museum.
Box 7
Miscellaneous Records, 1966-1968 Box 7, Folder 12
 
Entertainment Committee,  
Box Legal 245
Lists, circa 1929-1930 Box Legal 245, Folder 37
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 10. Lists of available performers
 
Arts in Settlements,  
Box Legal 250
Kennedy, Albert J. "The Settlement and the Federal Art Project," circa 1935-1936 Box Legal 250, Folder 71
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 16.
Box 7
Arts in the New York Settlements, 1947 Box 7, Folder 9
 
Creative Arts Workshop, 1955-1956 Box 7, Folder 10
 
Billings, Henry. "The Teaching of Arts and Crafts in New York City’s Settlement Houses" , 1964 Box 7, Folder 11
 
Boys’ and Girls’ Work,  
Note Records relating to the Scholarship Committee and scholarships for boys and girls are listed first. The scholarship files are followed by several folders from the executive committee of the Boys' and Girls' Work Committee. Next, minutes of the full committee are listed in chronological order. The minutes are followed by files of mixed committee correspondence and related documents listed in chronological order and files containing miscellaneous records and topics listed in rough chronological order. The boys' and girl's work information concludes with an alphabetical list of subject files.
 
Scholarships,  
Box Legal 247
General, circa 1930-1931 Box Legal 247, Folder 56
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 12
Box Legal 248
Summary of Scholarship Program, circa 1932-1933 Box Legal 248, Folder 60
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 13
Box Legal 250
Scholarship Committee, circa 1935-1936 Box Legal 250, Folder 73
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 16.
Box Flat 265
General, circa 1937-1938 Box Flat 265, Folder 86
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 19.
Box Flat 266
Work Scholarships, circa 1938-1939 Box Flat 266, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 20.
Box Flat 267
Work Scholarships, circa 1939-1940 Box Flat 267, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 21.
Box 8
Correspondence, 1929-1931 Box 8, Folder 3 to 4
 
Reports , 1930-1931 Box 8, Folder 5
 
Correspondence , 1932-1939 Box 8, Folder 6 to 7
Note 1932, 1937-1939
Box Legal 249
Executive Committee Minutes, circa 1933-1934 Box Legal 249, Folder 64
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 14.
Box Legal 251
Executive Committee Minutes, circa 1935-1937 Box Legal 251, Folder 81
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 18. National Youth Administration
Box Flat 268
Executive Committee, circa 1940-1941 Box Flat 268, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 22. Documents the reorganization of the boys’ and girls’ work committees as the Committee on Group Work in December, 1940
Box 7
Minutes, Agendas, and Announcements, 1931-1939 Box 7, Folder 14
Box Legal 249
Minutes, circa 1933-1934 Box Legal 249, Folder 64
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 14.
 
Minutes, circa 1934-1935 Box Legal 249, Folder 68
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 15. Topics include peace activist groups.
Box Flat 266
Minutes and announcements , circa 1938-1939 Box Flat 266, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 20.
Box Flat 268
Minutes, circa 1940-1941 Box Flat 268, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 22.
Box 185
Correspondence, minutes, Bulletins , 1924-1936 Box 185, Folder 59
Note Topics include: education, social objectives, group organization, past activities, therapeutic effects of dancing, opportunities for urban boys in rural areas.
Box 7
Correspondence, 1931-1938 Box 7, Folder 15
Note 1931, 1936-1938
Box 185
Correspondence, Minutes, 1939-1940 Box 185, Folder 60
Note Topics include: recreation and its philosophy, youth club leadership, group work methods.
Box Legal 250
Miscellaneous Records, circa 1935-1936 Box Legal 250, Folder 72 to 74
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 16. Includes minutes and announcements. Topics include: the scope of youth work in member houses, "study groups" composed of boys’ and girls’ workers, and miscellaneous youth activities.
 
Miscellaneous Records, circa 1935-1936 Box Legal 250, Folder 71
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 16. Topics include recreation, group work, athletics, and summer activities
Box Legal 245
Miscellaneous Topics, circa 1929-1930 Box Legal 245, Folder 43
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 10. Topics include social education, music appreciation, and play and recreation.
Box Legal 248
Miscellaneous Topics, circa 1932-1933 Box Legal 248, Folder 59
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 13 Topics include unemployment, progressive education, civic education, athletics,
Box Flat 265
Miscellaneous Topics, circa 1937-1938 Box Flat 265, Folder 85 to 86
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 19.
Box 8
Miscellaneous Activities and Programs, 1937-1939 Box 8, Folder 9
Box Legal 245
Athletic Association Minutes, circa 1929-1930 Box Legal 245, Folder 39
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 10.
Box 7
Athletic Committee, 1965-1967 Box 7, Folder 16
Box Legal 242
Athletics, circa 1924-1925 Box Legal 242, Folder 21 to 22
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 6.
Box Legal 243
Athletics, circa 1925-1926 Box Legal 243, Folder 25
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 7.
Box Legal 251
Athletics, circa 1935-1937 Box Legal 251, Folder 80
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 18.
Box Legal 249
Athletics and Girls’ Athletics, circa 1934-1935 Box Legal 249, Folder 67 to 68
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 15.
Box Flat 265
Basketball Tournament, circa 1937-1938 Box Flat 265, Folder 87
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 19.
Box Legal 242
Boys’ and Girls’ Athletic Committee, circa 1925-1926 Box Legal 242, Folder 24
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 7.
Box Flat 266
Boys’ and Girls’ Work Study Group, circa 1938-1939 Box Flat 266, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 20. Settlement staff met to discuss group work issues, in particular, those related to youth work. Also includes discussion of group work with adults.
Box Legal 241
Boys’ and Girls’ Workers Association, circa 1919-1924 Box Legal 241, Folder 15
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 4
Box Legal 242
Boys’ Work, circa 1924-1925 Box Legal 242, Folder 22
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 6.
Box Legal 247
Boys’ Workers Conference, circa 1930-1931 Box Legal 247, Folder 51
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 12
Box Legal 250
Bulletin for Boys’ and Girls’ Workers in the United Neighborhood Houses of New York , circa 1935-1936 Box Legal 250, Folder 73
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 16.
Box Legal 251
Bulletin for Boys’ and Girls’ Workers in the United Neighborhood Houses of New York , circa 1935-1937 Box Legal 251, Folder 81
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 18.
Box 7
Bulletin for Boys’ and Girls’ Workers in the United Neighborhood Houses of New York , 1936 Box 7, Folder 17
Box Flat 266
Camera Clubs, circa 1938-1939 Box Flat 266, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 20.
Box 7
Camera Clubs, 1938-1939 Box 7, Folder 18
Box Legal 251
Camp Counselors, circa 1935-1937 Box Legal 251, Folder 81
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 18.
Box 7
Camp Counselors’ Training Course, 1938 Box 7, Folder 19
Box Legal 251
Camp Training Course, circa 1935-1937 Box Legal 251, Folder 81
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 18. Minutes
Box Flat 266
Cellar Club Survey, circa 1938-1939 Box Flat 266, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 20.
Box 7
Cellar Clubs, 1937-1953 Box 7, Folder 20
Note 1937-1939, 1953
Box Legal 247
Director of Boys’ and Girls’ Work Course circa 1930-1931 Box Legal 247, Folder 56
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 12 Topics include progressive education and children’s clubs
Box 7
Editorial Committee, 1938 Box 7, Folder 21
Box Legal 249
Events, circa 1933-1934 Box Legal 249, Folder 64
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 14. Includes parties and "play days."
Box Legal 243
Girls’ Association, circa 1925-1926 Box Legal 243, Folder 25
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 7.
Box Legal 244
Girl’s Association, circa 1927-1928 Box Legal 244, Folder 34 to 35
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 9 Includes scholarship information.
Box Legal 241
Girl’s Athletic Association, circa 1919-1924 Box Legal 241, Folder 17
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 4
Box Legal 245
Girls’ Athletic Association , circa 1929-1930 Box Legal 245, Folder 39
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 10. Includes intersettlement athletics
 
Girls’ Athletic Association , circa 1929-1930 Box Legal 245, Folder 42
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 10.
Box Legal 248
Girls’ Athletic Association , circa 1932-1933 Box Legal 248, Folder 59
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 13
Box Legal 247
Girls’ Athletics, circa 1930-1931 Box Legal 247, Folder 56
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 12
Box Legal 241
Girls’ Club, circa 1919-1924 Box Legal 241, Folder 16
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 4
 
Girls’ Work Association, circa 1919-1924 Box Legal 241, Folder 17
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 4
Box Legal 242
Girls’ Work Association, circa 1924-1925 Box Legal 242, Folder 22
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 6.
Box Flat 265
Intersettlement Activities, circa 1937-1938 Box Flat 265, Folder 86
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 19.
Box Legal 249
Intersettlement Dance Committee, circa 1933-1934 Box Legal 249, Folder 64
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 14.
Box Legal 248
Intersettlement Dances, circa 1932-1933 Box Legal 248, Folder 60
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 13
Box Legal 241
Intersettlement Girls’ Association, circa 1919-1924 Box Legal 241, Folder 16
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 4
Box Legal 249
Intersettlement Play Day, circa 1934-1935 Box Legal 249, Folder 67
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 15.
Box Flat 266
Intersettlement Senior Association, circa 1938-1939 Box Flat 266, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 20.
Box 8
Intersettlement Senior associations, 1937-1939 Box 8, Folder 1
Box Flat 267
Intersettlement Senior Federation, circa 1939-1940 Box Flat 267, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 21.
Box Legal 243
Intersettlement Senior Girls’ Association, circa 1925-1926 Box Legal 243, Folder 25
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 7.
Box 8
Junior Boys and Girls Workers Programs, 1929 Box 8, Folder 2
Box Legal 250
National Youth Administration, circa 1935-1936 Box Legal 250, Folder 74
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 16.
 
National Youth Administration Advisory Committee, circa 1935-1936 Box Legal 250, Folder 74
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 16.
Box Flat 266
National Youth Administration Committee, circa 1938-1939 Box Flat 266, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 20.
Box Legal 249
Nominating Committee, circa 1934-1935 Box Legal 249, Folder 68
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 15.
Box Legal 242
Older Boys’ Association, circa 1924-1925 Box Legal 242, Folder 22
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 6.
Box Legal 249
Committee on Organization and Professional Standards, circa 1934-1935 Box Legal 249, Folder 68
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 15.
Box Flat 267
Committee on Physical Education, circa 1939-1940 Box Flat 267, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 21.
Box Legal 249
Play Ground Leadership and Facility Committee, circa 1933-1934 Box Legal 249, Folder 64
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 14.
 
Program Committee Minutes, circa 1933-1934 Box Legal 249, Folder 64
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 14.
 
Recreation Facilities, circa 1933-1934 Box Legal 249, Folder 64
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 14.
Box Legal 247
Recreation Workers and Boys’ and Girls’ Workers, circa 1930-1931 Box Legal 247, Folder 56
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 12 Comparison of children’s programs in 1919 and 1932
Box Legal 249
Reports from Child Study Groups, circa 1934-1935 Box Legal 249, Folder 68
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 15.
Box Flat 268
Senior (Youth) Activities, circa 1940-1941 Box Flat 268, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 22.
Box Legal 243
Senior Boys’ and Girls’ Association, circa 1925-1926 Box Legal 243, Folder 25
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 7.
 
Senior Girls’ Association, circa 1925-1926 Box Legal 243, Folder 25
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 7.
Box Legal 249
Settlement Facilities for Children’s Groups, circa 1934-1935 Box Legal 249, Folder 68
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 15.
Box Flat 266
Settlement Party, circa 1938-1939 Box Flat 266, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 20.
Box Flat 268
Settlements and the Present Emergency, circa 1940-1941 Box Flat 268, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 22.
 
Social Hygiene Study Group, circa 1940-1941 Box Flat 268, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 22.
Box 8
Study Courses, 1938-1939 Box 8, Folder 8
Box Flat 267
Committee on Supervision of Group Work, circa 1939-1940 Box Flat 267, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 21.
Box 185
Sub-Committee on Use of Neighborhood and Community Resources, 1934-1940 Box 185, Folder 61
Note Correspondence, papers dealing with the removal of WPA personnel from settlements and the difficulty of developing a suitable method for analyzing the features of a neighborhood.
Box Legal 251
Summer Activities, circa 1935-1937 Box Legal 251, Folder 79
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 18. Topics include: camping, boat trips, and Works Progress Administration (WPA) camps
 
Summer Programs, circa 1935-1937 Box Legal 251, Folder 81
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 18.
Box Flat 268
Vocational Guidance, circa 1940-1941 Box Flat 268, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 22.
Box Flat 267
Committee on Vocational Guidance, circa 1939-1940 Box Flat 267, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 21.
Box 185
Sub-Committee on Vocational Guidance,  Box 185, Folder 62
Note Correspondence, minutes, agenda; Federal Security Agency, National Youth Administration, employment for youth.
Box Legal 250
WPA and National Youth Administration Training for Social Workers and Volunteers, circa 1935-1936 Box Legal 250, Folder 74
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 16. UNH sponsored conference
 
Boys’ and Girls’ Workers Committee,  
Box 185
Correspondence, Minutes, Bulletins, 1924-1936 Box 185, Folder 59
Note Topics include: education, social objectives, group organization, past activities, therapeutic effects of dancing, opportunities for urban boys in rural areas.
 
Correspondence, Minutes, 1939-1940 Box 185, Folder 60
Note Topics include: recreation and its philosophy, youth club leadership, group work methods. In December, 1940, the committee changed its name to the Committee on Group Work.
 
Sub-Committee on Use of Neighborhood and Community Resources, 1934-1940 Box 185, Folder 61
Note Correspondence, papers dealing with the removal of WPA personnel from settlements and the difficulty of developing a suitable method for analyzing the features of a neighborhood.
 
Sub-Committee on Vocational Guidance,  Box 185, Folder 62
Note Correspondence, minutes, agenda; Federal Security Agency, National Youth Administration, employment for youth.
Box Legal 249
Minutes, circa 1933-1934 Box Legal 249, Folder 64
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 14.
 
Minutes, circa 1934-1935 Box Legal 249, Folder 68
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 15. Topics include peace activist groups.
 
Boys’ Workers Committee,  
Box Legal 241
Miscellaneous Records, circa 1919-1922 Box Legal 241, Folder 14
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 3
 
Miscellaneous Records, circa 1919-1924 Box Legal 241, Folder 15
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 4
Box 8
Minutes, Announcements and Correspondence, 1928-1931 Box 8, Folder 10
 
Civilian Conservation Corps Camps, 1937-1938 Box 8, Folder 11
 
Survey of CCC Participants by the American Youth Commission, 1937-1938 Box 8, Folder 12
 
Girls’ Workers Committee,  
Note The Girls’ Workers Committee files are listed in chronological order.
Box 185
Correspondence, Minutes, 1916-1928 Box 185, Folder 63
Note Topics include scholarships and recreation. The Playground and Recreation Association is a prominent correspondent. Includes a1916 report on child development from 6 to 12 years.
Box Legal 240
Miscellaneous Records, circa 1919-1922 Box Legal 240, Folder 13
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 3. Includes Senior Girls Association, finances, athletics
Box 9
Bibliography, circa 1920 Box 9, Folder 1
 
Scholarships, circa 1920, 1931 Box 9, Folder 4
Box Legal 242
Minutes and Data, circa 1924-1925 Box Legal 242, Folder 22
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 6.
Box Legal 243
Scholarships, circa 1925-1926 Box Legal 243, Folder 25
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 7.
 
General, circa 1926-1927 Box Legal 243, Folder 29
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 8.
 
Intersettlement Girls’ Athletic Association, circa 1926-1927 Box Legal 243, Folder 29
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 8.
Box Legal 244
General, circa 1927-1928 Box Legal 244, Folder 34
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 9
Box 8
Minutes, Announcements and Correspondence, 1928-1932 Box 8, Folder 13
 
Athletics, 1928-1938 Box 8, Folder 14 to 15
Note Correspondence, Schedules, Memoranda, and Miscellaneous, 1928-1933, 1936-1938
Box 9
Leisure Time Activities for Girls, 1929-1930 Box 9, Folder 3
Box Legal 245
Minutes and Miscellaneous Records, circa 1929-1930 Box Legal 245, Folder 42 to 43
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 10.
 
Miscellaneous Records, circa 1929-1930 Box Legal 245, Folder 39
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 10. Topics include: social education, personality studies, progressive legislation, and Francis Perkins.
Box Legal 247
Girls’ Work and Girls’ Workers Materials circa 1930-1931 Box Legal 247, Folder 51 to 53
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 12
Box 9
Workers’ Diaries, 1931 Box 9, Folder 2
Box Legal 248
Girls’ Work Athletics, circa 1933-1934 Box Legal 248, Folder 63
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 14.
Box Legal 249
Girls’ Athletic Committee, Play Day, circa 1933-1934 Box Legal 249, Folder 64
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 14.
Box Legal 250
Girls’ Athletics, circa 1935-1936 Box Legal 250, Folder 72 to 73
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 16.
 
Girls’ Athletics Committee Minutes, circa 1935-1936 Box Legal 250, Folder 73
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 16.
Box Legal 251
Girls Athletic Association, circa 1935-1937 Box Legal 251, Folder 80
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 18.
 
Questionnaire on Girls’ Athletics in the Settlements, circa 1935-1937 Box Legal 251, Folder 80
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 18.
Box Flat 265
Girl’s Athletic Association, circa 1937-1938 Box Flat 265, Folder 86
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 19.
 
Boys’ Athletic League,  
Box Legal 241
Miscellaneous Records, circa 1919-1924 Box Legal 241, Folder 15
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 4
Box 185
Correspondence, 1932 Box 185, Folder 64
Note Regarding the decision of the Athletic League to finance itself independently of UNH.
 
Civil Rights Committee,  
Box Flat 268
List of Members, circa 1940-1941 Box Flat 268, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 22.
Box Flat 269
Minutes, circa 1941-1942 Box Flat 269, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 23.
 
Committee on Committees,  
Box 9
General, 1968 Box 9, Folder 6
 
Consumer Committee,  
Box 185
New York City Milk Consumers’ Protective Committee, 1934-1938 Box 185, Folder 68
Note Topics include: milk consumption among the poor, milk prices, the WPA and milk prices.
 
Correspondence, Papers, 1936-1951 Box 185, Folder 65
Note Topics include: consumer protection, social security, community health services, food prices, housing.
Box 9
Minutes, Correspondence and Memoranda, 1941-1965 Box 9, Folder 7 to 8
Note 1941-1948, 1950-1951, 1958, 1961,1964-1965
Box 185
Correspondence, Minutes, Legislative Proposals, 1952-1953 Box 185, Folder 66
Note Price stabilization, domestic effects of the Korean conflict.
 
Consumer Council to the Governor, 1956 Box 185, Folder 67
Note Statement by Dr. Persia Campbell regarding consumer credit legislation.
 
Consumer Protection Committee,  
Box Flat 268
General, circa 1940-1941 Box Flat 268, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 22.
 
Penny Milk, circa 1940-1941 Box Flat 268, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 22.
Box Flat 269
Food Price Study, circa 1941-1942 Box Flat 269, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 23.
 
List of Members, circa 1941-1942 Box Flat 269, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 23.
 
Surplus Food Commodities, circa 1941-1942 Box Flat 269, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 23.
 
Schools and Education Committee,  
Box 9
Minutes, 1945-1947 Box 9, Folder 9
 
Correspondence and Memoranda, 1945-1949 Box 9, Folder 10
Box 196
Resource Materials, 1946-1950 Box 196, Folder 170
Note Includes data from: groups interested in providing state and federal funds for education, the National Commission for the Public Schools, the New York City Board of Education.
 
Papers and Press Releases, 1950-1951 Box 196, Folder 171
Note Material received from the Public Education Association.
 
Schools Committee,  
Box 9
General, 1965-1966 Box 9, Folder 11
 
Education Committee,  
Box 9
Minutes, Agendas, and Announcements, 1966-1971 Box 9, Folder 12
 
Correspondence and Memoranda, 1966-1972 Box 9, Folder 13
 
Head Start Subcommittee, Family Day Care 1969 Box 9, Folder 17
 
Higher Education Subcommittee, 1969-1971 Box 9, Folder 18
 
Role of Settlements in Public Education, 1972 Box 9, Folder 19
 
Decentralization of New York City Schools,  
Box 9
Correspondence and Memoranda, 1967-1968 Box 9, Folder 14
 
UNH’s Parent-School Decentralization Development Project, 1968-1969 Box 9, Folder 15
 
Decentralization Background Materials, 1967-1968 Box 9, Folder 16
 
Public Education Committee,  
Box Flat 269
Minutes, circa 1941-1942 Box Flat 269, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 23.
 
Legislative Recommendations, circa 1941-1942 Box Flat 269, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 23.
 
Lists of Members, circa 1941-1942 Box Flat 269, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 23.
 
Finance Committee,  
Note The series begins with a folder of minutes and related records. Files of financial statements are listed in chronological order. These are followed by a chronological list of files relating to funding appeals and two folders on member house dues. Next, records on the Greater New York Fund are listed in chronological order. The information concludes with several files on specific financial topics and two general subject files.
Box 186
Minutes and Financial Documents, 1925-1935 Box 186, Folder 69
Note Analysis of member house dues; dues receipts; financial statements, 1926-1930; lists of individual contributors, 1927-1931; funding appeals. The records reflect the financial crisis faced by UNH during the Depression.
Box 187
Financial Statements, 1923-1946 Box 187, Folder 79
Note UNH monthly and annual statements.
Box Legal 239
Financial Statements, 1924-1928 Box Legal 239, Folder 1
Note Monthly financial statements. (Separated from Box 9 Folder 81)
Box Legal 245
Budget Committee, Financial Statement, circa 1929-1930 Box Legal 245, Folder 42
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 10.
Box Legal 251
Financial Statements, circa 1935-1937 Box Legal 251, Folder 80
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 18.
Box 187
Financial Statements, 1948-1952 Box 187, Folder 80
 
Financial Statements, 1952-1954 Box 187, Folder 81
Box 186
Appeals, 1925-1937 Box 186, Folder 70
Note Correspondence and appeal lists. Topics include: social action program, settlement philosophy; statement by Lillian Wald on the importance of UNH, and a special appeal for victims of the Louisville flood.
Box Legal 248
Funding Appeals and Financial Statements circa 1933-1934 Box Legal 248, Folder 63
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 14.
Box 186
Appeals, 1938-1945 Box 186, Folder 71
Note Correspondence of Stanley M. Isaacs regarding UNH contributions.
 
Appeals, 1945-1953.  Box 186, Folder 72 to 75
Box 187
Foundation Appeals, 1939-1945 Box 187, Folder 76
Note Brief description of the work of UNH.
 
Member House Dues, 1927-1940 Box 187, Folder 77
Note Correspondence and dues receipts from other member houses. Includes a study showing number of people using various settlements, ca. 1927.
 
Prospective Member Houses, 1935-1937 Box 187, Folder 78
Note Correspondence and materials regarding organizations considering membership in UNH.
 
Greater New York Fund, 1939-1947 Box 187, Folder 82
Note Correspondence, itemized reports of expenditures, applications for admission, statement on the fund purpose, and financial statements.
 
Greater New York Fund, 1948-1949. Box 187, Folder 83
Box 188
Greater New York Fund, 1950-1952 Box 188, Folder 84
Note Explanatory materials for fund applicants. Contains a copy of UNH’s application for 1952.
 
Brunie Committee, Greater New York Fund, 1951-1952 Box 188, Folder 85
Note The Brunie Committee wanted to give the fund raising federations of New York City a free hand in raising funds from privately owned firms by getting the Greater New York Fund out of that field. The papers reflect UNH’s role in this controversy.
 
Greater New York Fund, Discretionary Grants, Field Service Project, 1945-1948 Box 188, Folder 86
Note Correspondence, applications from UNH to the fund for discretionary grants stating purposes for the grants and indicating research projects of UNH. Some topics are recreation and housing.
 
Prospective Contributors, 1947-1950 Box 188, Folder 87
Note Lists of prospective contributors.
 
Retirement and Pension Plan, 1946-1949 Box 188, Folder 88
Note UNH conducted a survey of its member houses regarding instituting a common retirement plan. Correspondence, reports, pension plan proposals, and article reprints are included.
 
Salary Questionnaire, 1949 Box 188, Folder 89
Note Questionnaires completed by UNH member houses with data on salaries paid to all personnel. Includes a final summary of salary statistics and recommendations.
Box Legal 251
Theater Benefit, circa 1935-1937 Box Legal 251, Folder 80
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 18.
Box Flat 266
General Financial, circa 1938-1939 Box Flat 266, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 20.
Box 10
General Financial, 1927-1928 Box 10, Folder 1
 
Fund-Raising Events Committee, 1972 Box 10, Folder 2
 
Grocery Cooperative Buying Committee, 1937-1938 Box 10, Folder 3
 
Group Workers’ Committee,  
Box Flat 270
General, circa 1942-1943 Box Flat 270, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 24. Includes information on group work and the war effort during World War II.
 
Group Workers and Dramatic Specialists,  
Box 188
Minutes and Announcements , 1945 Box 188, Folder 90
Note Regarding the role of dramatics in group work.
 
Headworkers’ Committee,  
Box 10
Minutes, Memoranda, and Correspondence, 1936-1942 Box 10, Folder 4
 
Tea for Residents, 1938 Box 10, Folder 5
 
Correspondence and Memoranda,  Box 10, Folder 6
 
Minutes and Announcements, 1947-1962 Box 10, Folder 7
Note 1947-1948, 1951-1962
 
Executive Directors Committee, Minutes and Announcements, 1964-1972 Box 10, Folder 8
 
Meetings on Slum Preventions, 1959 Box 10, Folder 9
 
Committee on Negro Rights, Meeting Notes by Saul Goldzweig, 1963 Box 10, Folder 10
 
Poverty Programs Meetings, 1965 Box 10, Folder 11
 
Settlement Priorities and UNH Function Meetings, 1968 Box 10, Folder 12
 
Program Development and Expanded Funding Sources Meetings, 1971 Box 10, Folder 13
 
Headworkers’ Group,  
Note Three folders of committee correspondence, minutes, agenda, and reports are listed first. These are followed by a chronological list of the remaining committee files. The records also include one folder from the Program Directors Committee, which is listed last.
Box 188
Correspondence, Minutes, Agenda, Reports, 1932-1945 Box 188, Folder 91
Note Includes questionnaires sent to members to reassess objectives. Topics include: post-war construction, art exhibits, recreation, personnel recruitment, Albert J. Kennedy’s report on settlements as socialization factors, financing, social education, declining sense of social responsibility of settlements post-World War I, Japan, professionalization, WPA, and unemployment.
 
Correspondence, Minutes, Agenda, Reports 1946-1951 Box 188, Folder 92
Note Includes records regarding the relation of UNH to member settlements. Other topics include: consumer interests, recreation, youth
Box 189
Correspondence, Minutes, Agenda, Reports, Bylaws, 1951-1952 Box 189, Folder 93
Note Topics include: financing, support for non-sectarian agencies, civil defense, Greater New York Fund, employment, housing, and Puerto Rican immigrants.
Box Legal 239
Settlement presidents’ and headworkers’ meetings, circa 1919-1928 Box Legal 239, Folder 9
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 1.
Box Legal 242
Miscellaneous Records, circa 1924-1925 Box Legal 242, Folder 22
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 6.
 
Minutes, circa 1925-1926 Box Legal 242, Folder 25
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 7.
Box Legal 243
Notices, circa 1926-1927 Box Legal 243, Folder 29
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 8.
Box Legal 244
Headworkers' Material, circa 1927-1928 Box Legal 244, Folder 32
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 9
Box Legal 247
Miscellaneous Records, circa 1930-1931 Box Legal 247, Folder 56
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 12
Box Legal 248
Miscellaneous Records, circa 1930-1931 Box Legal 248, Folder 57 to 58
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 12 Topics include social education and settlement work
Box Legal 249
Miscellaneous Records, circa 1934-1935 Box Legal 249, Folder 66
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 15. Topics include relief, development of neighborhood associations.
 
Headworkers’ Symposium, circa 1934-1935 Box Legal 249, Folder 66
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 15. "Where are Settlements Going?" Chaired by Paul U. Kellogg. Includes Mary K. Simkhovitch and Helen Hall.
 
Topics for Housing and Study Groups, circa 1934-1935 Box Legal 249, Folder 69
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 15.
Box Legal 250
Miscellaneous Records, circa 1935-1936 Box Legal 250, Folder 71
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 16.
 
General, circa 1935-1936 Box Legal 250, Folder 74
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 16.
Box Legal 251
Meetings, circa 1935-1937 Box Legal 251, Folder 79
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 18.
Box Flat 265
Meetings, circa 1935-1937 Box Flat 265, Folder 85
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 19.
Box Flat 266
Meetings, circa 1938-1939 Box Flat 266, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 20.
Box Flat 267
Committee on Neighborhood Resources, circa 1939-1940 Box Flat 267, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 21.
 
General Correspondence, circa 1939-1940 Box Flat 267, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 21.
Box Flat 268
Meetings, circa 1940-1941 Box Flat 268, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 22. Includes letter regarding settlements and the City Planning Commission
 
Correspondence and Regional Meetings, circa 1940-1941 Box Flat 268, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 22.
Box Flat 269
Minutes, circa 1941-1942 Box Flat 269, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 23.
 
New York Meetings, circa 1941-1942 Box Flat 269, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 23.
 
Boys’ and Girls’ Workers, circa 1941-1942 Box Flat 269, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 23.
Box Flat 270
General, circa 1942-1943 Box Flat 270, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 24.
Box 15
Program Directors’ Committee, 1956 Box 15, Folder 4
Note Includes material on hiring part-time personnel
 
Health Committees,  
Box Flat 268
Health Committee Minutes and Miscellaneous Records, circa 1940-1941 Box Flat 268, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 22.
Box 9
Children’s Health Committee, 1937 Box 9, Folder 5
Box 10
Task Force on Health, 1966-1971 Box 10, Folder 14
Note Task Force on Health and Subcommittee on Narcotics
 
Public Health Committee,  
Box Legal 241
Minutes, circa 1919-1924 Box Legal 241, Folder 15
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 4. Includes discussion of infant mortality and "social hygiene."
 
Advisory Committee on Nursing,  
Box Legal 252
General, circa 1935-1937 Box Legal 252, Folder 83
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 18. Topics include WPA and veterans
 
Housing Advisory Committee,  
Note Committee minutes are listed first and are in chronological order. Files of other committee records follow the minutes and are also listed in chronological order. Most of the records consist of project and subject files. These are listed in roughly chronological order. Files from a study of community facilities in public housing projects are listed last.
 
Minutes and Related Documents,  
Box 10
Minutes, Memoranda, and Resolutions, 1927-1928 Box 10, Folder 15
Note  Includes speech by Thomas Adams of the Russell Sage Foundation
 
Minutes , 1928-1967 Box 10, Folder 16 to 18
Note October 1928-January 1930, 1935-1938, 1940, 1944-1948, 1950-1955, 1958, 1960-1964, 1966-1967
Box Legal 245
Minutes, circa 1929-1930 Box Legal 245, Folder 39
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 10. Includes discussion of committee objectives
Box 11
Minutes, 1968-1972 Box 11, Folder 1
Box Legal 243
Miscellaneous Records, circa 1926-1927 Box Legal 243, Folder 30
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 8.
Box Legal 244
General, circa 1927-1928 Box Legal 244, Folder 35
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 9. Includes list of members
Box 11
Correspondence and Lists of Members , 1927-1936 Box 11, Folder 2 to 11
Note Includes material on public housing, 1937-1942, 1945-1948, 1954, 1957-1964, 1966-1972
Box Legal 245
Miscellaneous Records, circa 1929-1930 Box Legal 245, Folder 43
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 10.
 
Special Housing-Related Projects and Topics,  
Box Legal 245
Tenement Occupation Survey, circa 1929-1930 Box Legal 245, Folder 39
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 10.
Box 12
Luncheon Conference on Tenement Legislation, 1929 Box 12, Folder 1
 
Multiple Dwelling Act Campaign, Correspondence, 1928-1931 Box 12, Folder 2 to 4
Box Legal 253
Multiple Dwelling Act Campaign, Legal Materials, 1928-1929 Box Legal 253, Folder 6
Box 12
Clippings and Reference Material, 1927-1931 Box 12, Folder 5
 
State Constitutional Convention, Material regarding Housing, 1938 Box 12, Folder 6
 
New York City Parks Commissioner Robert Moses’ Proposed Housing Plan, 1938-1939 Box 12, Folder 7
 
Wagner-Ellender-Taft General Housing Bill, 1945-1947 Box 12, Folder 8
 
Post-World War II Housing Shortage, 1945 Box 12, Folder 9
 
Post-War Housing Projects, 1946-1947 Box 12, Folder 10
Box 13
"Building a Neighborhood in a Public Housing Area," 1946-1947 Box 13, Folder 5
 
Public Housing Tenant Eligibility, 1946-1949 Box 13, Folder 6
 
Study of Families Who Have Relocated from Public Improvement Sites, 1953 Box 13, Folder 7
Note Memoranda
 
UNH Policy Statement on Low and Middle Income Housing, 1960 Box 13, Folder 8
 
Study of Public Housing Projects’ Community Facilities,  
Box 12
Correspondence and Memoranda, 1944-1948 Box 12, Folder 11 to 12
Box 13
Conference on Community Relations in Housing Project Areas, 1946 Box 13, Folder 1
 
Correspondence with Out-of-Town Facilities, 1944-1945 Box 13, Folder 2
 
Reports, Including Drafts, 1945-1948 Box 13, Folder 3
 
Community Relations in Public Housing Project Areas, 1946 Box 13, Folder 4
 
Housing Committee,  
Note Files of committee correspondence, minutes, reports and related documents are listed first in chronological order from 1920 to 1952. These are followed by a second set of minutes and miscellaneous records, which are listed in chronological order from 1934 to 1942, and four folders of miscellaneous records and resource material. The next portion of the Housing Committee records consists of subject-based files. These begin with an alphabetical list of folders relating to housing organizations and committees and conclude with a list of housing-related surveys and subject files.
Box 189
Correspondence, Minutes, 1920-1927 Box 189, Folder 94
Note  Topics include: New York City Building Code and Tenement House Laws, low income housing, the Advisory Housing Conference of New York City, UNH’s "committee of experts" to advise the settlements on housing and to formulate relief program for tenement residents. Includes publicity notice for Mrs. Samuel A. Barnett’s lectures on housing.
 
Correspondence, Agenda, 1927-1929 Box 189, Folder 95
Note Includes "Role of Private Initiative in Solving the Housing Problem," UNH’s recommendations for tenement reform and slum eradication and a history of the tenement problem in New York City. Also includes Mayor Fiorello La Guardia’s response to the social program.
 
Correspondence, Minutes, Press releases, Summary Reports, 1930-1934 Box 189, Folder 96
Note Topics include Reconstruction Finance Corporation and old-law tenements. Stanley M. Isaacs and Mary Simkhovitch are prominent correspondents.
 
Correspondence, Minutes, Agenda, 1936 Box 189, Folder 97
Note New York City housing projects and tenement houses. Organizations and correspondents include: Mrs. Samuel I. Rosenman, Welfare Council of New York City, Edward T. Devine, and Stanley M. Isaacs. Also includes studies of New York City land rental and land usage by income group and of tenement houses.
 
Correspondence, Minutes, Reports, 1936-1937 Box 189, Folder 98
Note Topics include: Wagner-Steagall Housing Bill, tenants’ responses to this legislation, and tenement housing inspectors. Also includes a statement from Harold Ickes, secretary of the interior, on housing reform.
 
Correspondence, Minutes, Legislative Reports, 1937-1938 Box 189, Folder 99
Note Housing legislation and the history of the Housing Committee. Correspondents include Mrs. Samuel I. Rosenman and Herbert M. Lehman.
 
Correspondence, Minutes, Agenda, Reports, 1939 Box 189, Folder 100
Note Paul Kellogg’s committee for housing, WPA and housing.
Box 190
Correspondence, Minutes, Agenda, Reports, 1939-1940 Box 190, Folder 101
Note Housing legislation, low rent housing, financing housing projects, Mary Simkhovitch “s history of housing in New York City,
 
Correspondence, Minutes, Agenda, Reports, 1941-1942 Box 190, Folder 102
Note Incomes of tenement families, effect of war on rentals, housing legislation.
 
Correspondence, Minutes, 1943-1944 Box 190, Folder 103
Note Topics include: rats in New York City, unsanitary housing conditions, housing for veterans, war-time housing, Federal Housing Administration.
 
Correspondence, Minutes, 1944-1947 Box 190, Folder 104
Note Includes materials presented to a committee of the Federal Public Housing Authority that was studying old law tenements. Also includes reports on community facilities programs in New York City housing projects and More than a Roof , a pamphlet on tenement housing.
 
Correspondence, Memoranda, 1948-1952 Box 190, Folder 105
Note Chiefly concerned with: the decision of the New York City Housing Authority to build housing projects with insufficient space allotments for nursery schools and recreation, conflicts between the Housing Authority and agencies operating community facilities, rent control, and housing codes.
Box Legal 249
Minutes and Miscellaneous Records, circa 1934-1935 Box Legal 249, Folder 68 to 69
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 15. Includes a statement by Harold Ickes, secretary of the interior, on housing and housing legislation.
Box Legal 252
Minutes, circa 1935-1937 Box Legal 252, Folder 82
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 18. Topics include housing legislation and housing education
Box Flat 267
Minutes and Announcements, circa 1939-1940 Box Flat 267, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 21.
Box Flat 268
Minutes and Announcements, circa 1940-1941 Box Flat 268, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 22.
Box Flat 269
Minutes, circa 1941-1942 Box Flat 269, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 23.
Box Legal 247
Miscellaneous Records, circa 1930-1931 Box Legal 247, Folder 52
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 12
Box Legal 250
Miscellaneous Records, circa 1935-1936 Box Legal 250, Folder 74
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 16. Includes housing reports
Box 191
Resource Material, 1946-1950 Box 191, Folder 121
Note Includes reports of the James Weldon Community Center on the age and ethnic background of its members.
 
Resource Material, 1942-1946 Box 191, Folder 120
Note Pamphlets and papers on: war-time housing shortages, old law tenements, the French crisis over housing shortages.
 
Housing Committees and Organizations,  
Box Legal 252
Housing Education Bureau, circa 1935-1937 Box Legal 252, Folder 83
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 18.
Box 192
Housing Education Bureau, 1935-1937 Box 192, Folder 131
Note Includes a play script about housing.
Box 190
Joint Advisory Committee on Community Activities in Housing Projects, 1940-1946 Box 190, Folder 107
Note Correspondence and minutes. The committee was formed to analyze and plan community activities. A UNH pamphlet, Community Relations on Public Housing Projects Areas , is included.
Box Flat 268
Joint Advisory Committee on Community Activities in Housing Projects, circa 1940-1941 Box Flat 268, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 22.
Box 191
National Public Housing Conference, 1937-1938  Box 191, Folder 113
Note Correspondence, newsletters, papers.
 
National Public Housing Conference, 1946-1957  Box 191, Folder 114
Note Correspondence, newsletters, legislative reports.
 
New York City Housing Authority, 1945-1951 Box 191, Folder 115
Note Topics include recreational facilities in housing projects and publicity over housing standards. An article by Mary Simkhovitch on housing is included.
 
New York City Housing Authority, 1951-1952 Box 191, Folder 116
Note Topics include: recreation centers, housing projects, minimum welfare standards.
Box 192
Tenement House Department of Charity Organization Society, 1936-1938 Box 192, Folder 126
Note Correspondence with Fiorello La Guardia and others about housing problems.
Box 191
Subcommittee on Recreation Facilities in Public Housing Projects, 1949-1955 Box 191, Folder 118
Note Correspondence, reports regarding recommendations for recreational facilities.
Box 192
Urban League, 1957 Box 192, Folder 127
Note Minutes, proposals, studies.
 
Yorkville Housing Committee, 1956-1957 Box 192, Folder 129
Note Summaries of committee meetings. Topics include: evictions, rental problems, income and housing.
 
Special Housing-Related Projects and Topics,  
Note The project and subject files begin with two general folders of housing studies followed by an alphabetical listing of specific housing surveys and studies. The remaining subject and project files are listed in chronological order from 1929 to 1958. Two general subject files conclude the list.
Box 191
Housing Studies, 1927-1928 Box 191, Folder 123
Note Studies of wages during the Harding-Coolidge era and Carey Batchelor’s study of tenement families. Also, reports from: Brooklyn Bureau of Charities, Department of Service and Relief, and the Association for Improving the Condition of the Poor (including an Association report on housing).
 
Housing Studies, 1939-1945 Box 191, Folder 124
Note Includes: summaries of housing legislation; standards for war housing; architectural plans for housing projects; Federal Public Housing Authority studies of recreation, education and health activities in housing projects; Harlem housing.
Box 190
Demonstration Area Study, 1934-1937 Box 190, Folder 106
Note Papers regarding the study of space use in New York City.
Box Flat 269
Maximum Income for Public Housing Study, circa 1941-1942 Box Flat 269, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 23.
Box 192
Studies, National Federation of Settlements, 1954-1955 Box 192, Folder 125
Note Copy of a National Federation of Settlements housing study.
Box Legal 251
Survey on Ownership of Old Law Tenements, circa 1935-1937 Box Legal 251, Folder 81
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 18.
Box Flat 267
Survey of Recreational Facilities in Housing Developments, circa 1939-1940 Box Flat 267, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 21.
Box Flat 269
Old Law Tenement Study, circa 1941-1942 Box Flat 269, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 23.
 
Study of Tenant-Management Relations, circa 1941-1942 Box Flat 269, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 23.
Box 191
Stanley M. Isaacs, 1929-1942 Box 191, Folder 122
Note Correspondence of Stanley M. Isaacs with New York City Mayor James J. Walker, Fiorello La Guardia, Norman Thomas, and others concerning New York City’s housing and social problems.
Box 190
Legislation, 1932-1940 Box 190, Folder 110
Note Correspondence, minutes, memoranda regarding housing legislation, recreational facilities, housing surveys.
Box Legal 250
Appeal to President Roosevelt, circa 1935-1936 Box Legal 250, Folder 74
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 16. Advocates federal housing program
 
Devine, Edward T. Statement on the Charity Organization Society and Housing, circa 1935-1936 Box Legal 250, Folder 74
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 16.
 
Resolution for Mayor Fiorello La Guardia, circa 1935-1936 Box Legal 250, Folder 74
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 16. Draft
Box Legal 252
Federal and State Legislation, circa 1935-1937 Box Legal 252, Folder 82
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 18.
Box 190
Multiple Dwellings Law, 1936-1937 Box 190, Folder 112
Note Includes a pamphlet, The Tenant’s Rights and the Landlord’s Duties . New York Governor Herbert Lehman is a prominent correspondent.
 
Letter Writing Campaign, 1936 Box 190, Folder 111
Note In 1936, New York proposed a moratorium on the Dwellings Law that went into effect on January 1,1936. The records reflect UNH’s response.
Box Flat 265
Housing Legislation, circa 1937-1938 Box Flat 265, Folder 85
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 19.
Box 190
Housing Voice , 1937 Box 190, Folder 109
Note A paper issued to convey the status of housing legislation and to record the Housing Committee’s activities.
Box 191
Rent Control, 1937-1938 Box 191, Folder 119
Note Correspondence, pamphlets re rent control legislation.
 
Queensbridge Houses, 1940-1946  Box 191, Folder 117
Box Flat 268
Annual Report, circa 1940-1941 Box Flat 268, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 22.
Box Flat 269
Public Housing, circa 1941-1942 Box Flat 269, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 23.
Box 190
Housing Projects, 1951-1952 Box 190, Folder 108
Note Pamphlets regarding housing projects, both pending construction and already completed.
Box 192
Civil Service Examinations, 1951 Box 192, Folder 130
Note Copies of the 1951 Civil Service examination with answers.
 
Wagner Houses, 1954-1958 Box 192, Folder 128
Note Correspondence concerning the inclusion of recreation centers in Wagner Houses.
Box Legal 248
General Topics, circa 1932-1933 Box Legal 248, Folder 60
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 13
 
General Topics, circa 1933-1934 Box Legal 248, Folder 63
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 14. Includes a history of housing in New York City
Box Legal 252
General Topics, circa 1935-1937 Box Legal 252, Folder 82
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 18.
Box Flat 265
General Topics, circa 1937-1938 Box Flat 265, Folder 88
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 19.
Box Flat 267
General Topics, circa 1939-1940 Box Flat 267, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 21.
Box 13
Involvement of Adults in the Work of the Settlements Committee, 1965-1966 Box 13, Folder 9
 
Legal and Legislation Committee,  
Box Legal 243
Miscellaneous Records, circa 1925-1926 Box Legal 243, Folder 25
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 7. Regarding censorship of motion pictures and housing issues.
 
Legal Committee,  
Box Legal 242
General, circa 1924-1925 Box Legal 242, Folder 22 to 23
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 6. Includes discussion of motion picture censorship, out-of-wedlock births
Box Legal 243
Minutes and Notices, circa 1924-1925 Box Legal 243, Folder 23
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 6. Topics include illegitimacy, censoring motion pictures.
 
Housing and Wages, circa 1926-1927 Box Legal 243, Folder 29 to 30
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 8.
 
Legislative Committee,  
Note Files of committee correspondence, minutes, and related records are listed in chronological order. These are followed by a chronological list of files on the Automobile Accident Compensation Plan. The remaining records -- a mix of files on specific issues, folders containing miscellaneous records, and "legislative program" files -- are listed chronologically from 1926 to 1954.
Box 192
Correspondence, Agenda, Minutes, Pamphlets, 1927-1934 Box 192, Folder 132
Note Topics include: housing, sanitation, fire protection, child welfare, New York City’s education system, reform of housing laws, child labor laws, unemployment, and relief. Correspondents include New York Governor Herbert H. Lehman and Frances Perkins, then New York City industrial commissioner.
Box 13
Minutes, Announcements, Position Statements, 1928-1935 Box 13, Folder 10
Note 1928-1931, 1934-1935
Box Legal 245
Minutes, Lists, circa 1929-1930 Box Legal 245, Folder 40
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 10.
Box 13
Correspondence, 1929-1930 Box 13, Folder 13
 
Correspondence, 1931-1932, 1934-1937 Box 13, Folder 15 to 17
Box Legal 250
Minutes, circa 1935-1936 Box Legal 250, Folder 74
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 16. Topics include housing and child labor.
Box 13
Minutes, Agenda, and Reports, 1937-1946 Box 13, Folder 11 to 12
Note 1937-1939, 1945-1946
Box 192
Correspondence, Agenda, Minutes, News Releases, Reports, 1938-1948 Box 192, Folder 133
Note Topics include: public education, housing, child care, social security legislation, civil rights, public health, consumer protection, unemployment insurance, minimum wages.
Box Flat 267
Minutes and Announcements, circa 1939-1940 Box Flat 267, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 21.
Box Flat 268
Minutes and Announcements, circa 1940-1941 Box Flat 268, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 22.
Box Flat 269
Minutes, circa 1941-1942 Box Flat 269, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 23.
Box 192
Automobile Accident Compensation Plan, 1936 Box 192, Folder 134
Note Correspondence, minutes, reports, proposed statute drafts, newspaper clippings, speeches. UNH studied a new plan to compensate auto accident victims.
 
Automobile Accident Compensation Plan, 1937-1938 Box 192, Folder 135
Note Correspondence, minutes, reports.
Box 193
Automobile Accident Compensation Plan, 1938 Box 193, Folder 136
Note Correspondence, minutes, reports.
 
Automobile Accident Compensation Plan, 1939 Box 193, Folder 137
Note Correspondence, minutes, reports.
 
Automobile Accident Compensation Plan, Newspaper Clippings, 1935-1937. Box 193, Folder 138
 
Automobile Accident Compensation Plan, Newspaper Clippings, 1938-1939. Box 193, Folder 139
 
Automobile Accident Compensation Plan, Newspaper Clippings, 1936-1937. Box 193, Folder 140
 
Automobile Accident Compensation Plan, Newspaper Clippings, 1936-1938. Box 193, Folder 141
 
Automobile Accident Compensation Plan, Newspaper Clippings, 1938 Box 193, Folder 142
Box 194
Automobile Accident Compensation Plan, Newspaper Clippings, 1934-1938. Box 194, Folder 143
 
Automobile Accident Compensation Plan, Newspaper Clippings, 1937-1938. Box 194, Folder 144
 
Automobile Accident Compensation Plan, Newspaper Clippings, 1936-1937. Box 194, Folder 145
 
Automobile Accident Compensation Plan, Newspaper Clippings, 1936-1937. Box 194, Folder 146
Box Legal 243
Legislative Program for 1927, circa 1926-1927 Box Legal 243, Folder 30
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 8.Topics include housing, child welfare, and motor vehicles
Box Legal 244
Legislative Program for 1928, circa 1927-1928 Box Legal 244, Folder 35
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 9 Includes child welfare and housing
 
Miscellaneous Records, circa 1927-1928 Box Legal 244, Folder 35
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 9. Topics include: birth control, housing, slum clearance, sanitation, and salaries paid to immigration inspectors. Includes Tenement Housing Committee of the Charity Organization Society.
Box Legal 245
Legislative Program for 1928, circa 1929-1930 Box Legal 245, Folder 40
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 10.
Box 13
Frank Pedlow (UNH lobbyist) , 1929 Box 13, Folder 14
Note Regarding birth control and the Multiple Dwelling Act
Box Legal 245
General, circa 1929-1930 Box Legal 245, Folder 43
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 10.
Box Legal 247
Legislative Committee Program, circa 1930-1931 Box Legal 247, Folder 52
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 12.
 
Miscellaneous Records, circa 1930-1931 Box Legal 247, Folder 56
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 12. Includes legislative program for 1932
Box Legal 248
Miscellaneous Records, circa 1930-1931 Box Legal 248, Folder 57
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 12. Includes legislative program for 1932
Box 195
Social Security and Social Insurance, 1932-1934 Box 195, Folder 159
Note Correspondence, tentative drafts of bills, articles on unemployment, Lillian Wald’s social insurance bill. Prominent correspondents are the American Association for Social Security and Herbert H. Lehman.
Box Legal 248
Legislative Program for 1933, circa 1932-1933 Box Legal 248, Folder 60
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 13
 
Miscellaneous Records, circa 1932-1933 Box Legal 248, Folder 60
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 13. Topics include: Lillian Wald Unemployment Insurance Bill and social legislation. Includes telegram sent to President Franklin Delano Roosevelt on legislative programs.
Box Legal 249
Legislative Program for 1940, circa 1933-1934 Box Legal 249, Folder 64
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 14.
 
General, circa 1933-1934 Box Legal 249, Folder 64
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 14. Topics include child labor and unemployment insurance
 
Statements and Minutes, circa 1934-1935 Box Legal 249, Folder 68 to 69
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 15. Topics include unemployment insurance and housing. Includes statements from UNH on minimum housing requirements.
 
Legislative Program for 1935, circa 1934-1935 Box Legal 249, Folder 68
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 15.
Box Legal 250
Youth Employment Bill, circa 1935-1936 Box Legal 250, Folder 73
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 16. Copy of proposed legislation
Box Legal 252
Reports on Legislative Priorities, circa 1935-1937 Box Legal 252, Folder 82
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 18.
 
Miscellaneous Topics, circa 1935-1937 Box Legal 252, Folder 82
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 18. Topics include housing
 
Resolutions and Minutes, circa 1935-1937 Box Legal 252, Folder 82
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 18.
Box Flat 265
Miscellaneous Records, circa 1937-1938 Box Flat 265, Folder 88
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 19.
 
Miscellaneous Records, circa 1937-1938 Box Flat 265, Folder 85
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 19.
Box 13
Installment Buying, 1938 Box 13, Folder 20
Box 194
Housing, 1939 Box 194, Folder 151 to 152
Note Correspondence, minutes, comparative analyses of various New York State housing bills.
 
Housing, Press Clippings, 1939 Box 194, Folder 153
Note UNH’s role in lobbying for housing legislation in New York is documented.
 
City Council Election, 1939 Box 194, Folder 147
Note Correspondence regarding UNH’s part in the election.
 
Subcommittee on Civil Rights, 1939-1940 Box 194, Folder 148
Note Includes article "Lynching Goes Underground." Topics include: discrimination in labor unions, alien registration, and arts and crafts.
 
Public Health, 1939-1940 Box 194, Folder 155
Note Correspondence regarding UNH legislative proposals on local and national health legislation.
 
Public Education, 1939-1940 Box 194, Folder 150
Note Correspondence, bills, analyses of public education expenditures.
Box Flat 267
Public Education, circa 1939-1940 Box Flat 267, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 21.
 
Milk, circa 1939-1940 Box Flat 267, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 21.
 
Civil Rights, circa 1939-1940 Box Flat 267, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 21.
 
General Correspondence, circa 1939-1940 Box Flat 267, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 21.
 
General Legal Issues, circa 1939-1940 Box Flat 267, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 21.
Box 194
Consumer Protection, 1940 Box 194, Folder 149
Note Correspondence, New York State bills on consumer interests.
 
Labor Subcommittee, 1940 Box 194, Folder 154
Note Correspondence on labor legislation.
Box 195
Subcommittee on Social Security, 1940 Box 195, Folder 158
Box Flat 268
Legislative Program for the Year, circa 1940-1941 Box Flat 268, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 22.
Box Flat 269
List of Members, circa 1941-1942 Box Flat 269, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 23.
 
Price Control Materials, circa 1941-1942 Box Flat 269, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 23.
 
Farm Work for Young People Program, circa 1941-1942 Box Flat 269, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 23.
 
Special Recommendations, circa 1941-1942 Box Flat 269, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 23.
Box 13
Civil Rights, 1945-1946 Box 13, Folder 18
Box 195
Research Material, 1945-1954 Box 195, Folder 156
Note Copies of speeches, bills, memoranda. Topics include; care of children with developmental disabilities, education, public housing, mental health, public health, discrimination in housing, "red scare" legislation, union purges, and social welfare laws regarding permanently placed children. Congressional Record reprints of New York Senator Herbert H. Lehman’s speeches on Soviet Russia, the Taft-Hartley Act, Senator Joseph McCarthy, and civil liberties.
Box 13
Constitutional Convention, 1948 Box 13, Folder 19
Box 195
Resource Material, 1954 Box 195, Folder 157
Note Copies of bills, speeches, memoranda. Topics include: discrimination in housing, civil liberties, Senator Joseph McCarthy, education, "red scare," and social welfare.
 
Manpower Committee,  
Box 13
Minutes, 1972 Box 13, Folder 21
 
Membership Committee,  
Box 13
Minutes, Agendas, Correspondence, Memoranda, and Reference Material, 1955-1957 Box 13, Folder 22
Box 14
September, 1957-1958 Box 14, Folder 1
 
National Federation of Settlements Membership Criteria, 1944 Box 14, Folder 2
 
Mental Health Committee,  
Box 195
Mental Heath Guidance Centers, 1951-1953 Box 195, Folder 160
Note  Includes General Standard of a Mental Health Clinic , Mental Health Clinics in Settlement Houses . The folder documents the role of UNH in clarifying concepts for mental health guidance centers by soliciting responses from member settlements. Also documents Madison House’s Guidance Center.
 
Mental Health Project for Association of Brooklyn Settlements, 1956-1958 Box 195, Folder 161
Note Correspondence and memoranda regarding requests for a grant to finance a mental health project.
Box 14
General, 1951-1964 Box 14, Folder 3
Note 1951-1960, 1964
 
National Youth Administration Advisory Committees,  
Box 14
General, 1937-1939 Box 14, Folder 4
 
Neighborhood Conservation Committee,  
Box 14
General, 1960 Box 14, Folder 5
 
New Alliances Committee,  
Box 14
General, 1972 Box 14, Folder 6
 
New Areas Committee,  
Box 195
Committee Correspondence, 1943-1944 Box 195, Folder 162
Note Correspondence concerning new areas of New York City in need of special welfare agencies.
Box 14
Minutes and Reports, 1944-1946 Box 14, Folder 7
 
Correspondence, 1943-1946 Box 14, Folder 8
 
Manhattanville Neighborhood Center, 1944-1946 Box 14, Folder 9
 
Recreation Centers Proposed by New York City Parks Department, 1945-1949 Box 14, Folder 10
 
Peace Committee,  
Box Legal 250
Minutes, circa 1935-1936 Box Legal 250, Folder 73
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 16.Includes committee newsletter
Box Legal 251
Miscellaneous Records, circa 1935-1937 Box Legal 251, Folder 81
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 18. Includes United Youth Day Peace Festival.
Box Legal 252
General, circa 1935-1937 Box Legal 252, Folder 83
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 18.
 
War and Peace Committee, circa 1935-1937 Box Legal 252, Folder 83
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 18. U.S. Foreign Policy
Box 14
Peace Committee, 1936-1937 Box 14, Folder 11
 
Personnel Committees,  
Note The UNH personnel committees are the: Personal Service Workers, Personnel Committee, Personnel Standards and Practices Committee, Health Workers, and Committee on Salaries. Under each of these headings, the committee files are listed in chronological order. The committee files are followed by a short, chronological list of personnel-related subject files.
 
Personal Service Workers,  
Box Legal 247
Minutes of Meeting of Personal Service Workers and Health Workers, circa 1930-1931 Box Legal 247, Folder 51
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 12. Discussion of health records
Box Legal 248
Minutes, circa 1933-1934 Box Legal 248, Folder 62
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 14. "Duties of a Social Service Worker in a Settlement House."
Box Legal 249
Minutes and Reports, circa 1934-1935 Box Legal 249, Folder 69
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 15. Topics include: casework technique, relief, unemployment, the casework information service of UNH, intake policies, and special services provided to New York City family agencies.
 
General, circa 1934-1935 Box Legal 249, Folder 70
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 15. Topics include: relief, rent surveys, and the Workers Employed Union,
Box Legal 250
General, circa 1935-1936 Box Legal 250, Folder 74
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 16. Topics include: medical care for WPA families, camping, casework techniques, and health.
Box Legal 252
General, circa 1935-1937 Box Legal 252, Folder 83
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 18. Topics include: relief, WPA, casework
Box 195
Correspondence, Minutes, Reports, 1935-1947 Box 195, Folder 163
Note Topics include: the role of the social service department of the neighborhood house, settlements and relief, studies of recipients of settlements’ personal service programs, group work and recreation, housing, naturalization and its problems, education, unemployment, casework technique, relation of settlements to other public and private agencies, wartime consumer needs.
Box Flat 265
General, circa 1937-1938 Box Flat 265, Folder 87
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 19.
Box Flat 266
General, circa 1938-1939 Box Flat 266, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 20.
Box Flat 267
General, circa 1939-1940 Box Flat 267, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 21.
Box Flat 268
Volunteer Survey, circa 1940-1941 Box Flat 268, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 22.
 
WPA Clothing, circa 1940-1941 Box Flat 268, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 22.
Box Flat 269
Minutes and Reports, circa 1941-1942 Box Flat 269, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 23.
Box Flat 270
General, circa 1942-1943 Box Flat 270, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 24.
Box 14
Miscellaneous Records, 1937-1954 Box 14, Folder 12 to 13
Box Legal 253
Miscellaneous Records,  Box Legal 253, Folder 7
Box 14
Miscellaneous Records, 1937-1939 Box 14, Folder 14
 
Personnel Committee,  
Box 195
Correspondence and Applications, 1942-1945 Box 195, Folder 164
 
Correspondence and Related Records, 1945-1952 Box 195, Folder 165
Box 196
Correspondence and Related Records, 1952-1954 Box 196, Folder 166
 
Personnel Standards, 1942-1945 Box 196, Folder 167
Note Memorandum of agreement reached between the social service employees union and settlement houses. Includes personnel studies for settlement houses.
 
Personnel Standards and Practices,  
Box Flat 270
Personnel Standards in New York City Group Work Agencies, circa 1942-1943 Box Flat 270, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 24.
 
Miscellaneous Records, circa 1942-1943 Box Flat 270, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 24.
Box 14
Miscellaneous Records, 1943-1947 Box 14, Folder 15
 
Personnel Standards and Practices Committee, 1945 Box 14, Folder 16
 
Personnel Standards and Practices Committee, 1969, 1972 Box 14, Folder 17
 
Health Workers,  
Box Flat 267
General, circa 1939-1940 Box Flat 267, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 21.
Box Flat 269
Minutes and Reports, circa 1941-1942 Box Flat 269, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 23.
Box Flat 270
General, circa 1942-1943 Box Flat 270, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 24.
 
Committee on Salaries,  
Box Legal 252
Settlement Workers Salary Study, circa 1935-1937 Box Legal 252, Folder 83
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 18. Includes questionnaire and report.
 
Assorted Subjects and Documents,  
Box Legal 248
Civil Works Service Bureau, circa 1933-1934 Box Legal 248, Folder 62
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 14. CWA workers assigned to settlements and bureau services available to settlements.
Box Legal 249
Guides, circa 1934-1935 Box Legal 249, Folder 69
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 15. Guides for interviewing clients and referring clients to the Home Relief Bureau
Box Flat 265
Salary Questionnaire, circa 1937-1938 Box Flat 265, Folder 87
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 19.
Box Flat 270
Volunteers, circa 1942-1943 Box Flat 270, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 24. Includes UNH report on use of volunteers in settlements
 
Civil Defense Training Course for Volunteers, circa 1942-1943 Box Flat 270, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 24.
 
Planning Committee,  
Box Legal 245
Statement on Settlement Perspective, circa 1929-1930 Box Legal 245, Folder 42
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 10.
Box 15
General, 1930 Box 15, Folder 10
Box 1
General, 1959 Box 1, Folder 28
Box 15
Problems of Settlement Practice Committee, 1965 Box 15, Folder 2
 
Program Committee,  
Note The Program Committee files are listed in chronological order.
Box Legal 241
Miscellaneous Records, circa 1919-1922 Box Legal 241, Folder 14
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 3
Box 196
Correspondence, Minutes, Reports, 1924-1945 Box 196, Folder 168
Note Topics include: the changing ethos of the new generation of social workers, finances, National Federation of Settlements, community chests.
Box Legal 243
Minutes, circa 1925-1926 Box Legal 243, Folder 24
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 7.
 
General, circa 1926-1927 Box Legal 243, Folder 28
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 8.
Box Legal 244
Minutes and Speakers’ Materials, circa 1927-1928 Box Legal 244, Folder 33
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 9
Box 15
Minutes, 1928-1932 Box 15, Folder 3
Box Legal 245
Minutes, circa 1929-1930 Box Legal 245, Folder 42
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 10.
Box Legal 247
General, circa 1930-1931 Box Legal 247, Folder 54
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 12
Box Legal 248
Miscellaneous Records, circa 1933-1934 Box Legal 248, Folder 63
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 14.
 
Public Libraries Committee,  
Box 15
Citizens Committee on the Status of Librarians, 1938-1939 Box 15, Folder 5
 
Public Relations Committee,  
Box Legal 248
Publicity Meetings and Press Release, circa 1932-1933 Box Legal 248, Folder 61
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 13
Box 15
General, 1972 Box 15, Folder 6
 
Publicity Committee,  
Box 196
Publicity for Settlements, 1943-1948 Box 196, Folder 169
Note Topics include: the history of settlement movement in the U.S., leading settlement work personalities, housing, urban life, child labor, and the labor movement.
Box Legal 248
General, circa 1933-1934 Box Legal 248, Folder 63
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 14.
 
Services to Welfare Recipients in Public Housing Committee,  
Box 15
Correspondence and Memoranda, 1971 Box 15, Folder 7 to 8
 
Statistics, 1971 Box 15, Folder 9
 
Social Action Policy Committee,  
Box 15
General, 1969-1971 Box 15, Folder 11
 
Social Education Committee,  
Note The Social Education Committee files are listed in chronological order.
Box Legal 244
Minutes and Lists of Members, circa 1927-1928 Box Legal 244, Folder 33
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 9.
Box 15
Minutes and Lists of Members, 1928 Box 15, Folder 12
Box Legal 245
Seminar on "Working with the Southern Italian Family,"  Box Legal 245, Folder 38
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 10.
Box Legal 243
Conference on Social Education, circa 1926-1927 Box Legal 243, Folder 28
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 8.
 
General, circa 1926-1927 Box Legal 243, Folder 28
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 8.
 
Social Education Course on Ethics, circa 1926-1927 Box Legal 243, Folder 28
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 8.
Box Legal 244
Discussion of Marriage and Sexuality, circa 1927-1928 Box Legal 244, Folder 33
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 9
 
Discussion of Mental Development, circa 1927-1928 Box Legal 244, Folder 33
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 9. Includes contributions from James Harvey Robinson. Topics include: religion, ethics, eugenics, intermarriage, birth control, sex education, racial and religious discrimination, African Americans in Mississippi, deportation of African Americans, NAACP.
 
Miscellaneous Records, circa 1927-1928 Box Legal 244, Folder 34
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 9. Includes suggested topics for discussion and sex education material
 
"Results of Questionnaire on Pertinent Problems," circa 1927-1928 Box Legal 244, Folder 33
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 9
Box 15
Extensive Social Education Course, 1928-1932 Box 15, Folder 13
Note 1928-1929, 1931-1932
Box Legal 253
"A History of the Development of Social Education in the United Neighborhood Houses," circa 1929 Box Legal 253, Folder 8
Box Legal 245
Course on Modern Art, circa 1929-1930 Box Legal 245, Folder 38
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 10. "Modern Thought as expressed in Modern Art."
 
A History of the Development of Social Education in UNH, circa 1929-1930 Box Legal 245, Folder 38
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 10.
Box Legal 248
General, circa 1932-1933 Box Legal 248, Folder 59
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 13
Box 222
Correspondence, Minutes, 1932-1933 Box 222, Folder 464
Note Includes notices on certain concerns for child labor and minorities. Some issues are peace organizations, unemployed teachers, academic freedom.
Box Legal 248
General, circa 1933-1934 Box Legal 248, Folder 63
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 14.
 
Social Welfare Committee,  
Note Three folders of committee minutes, correspondence, and related documents are listed first in chronological order. These are followed by subject files, which are also listed chronologically.
Box 15
Minutes, Agenda, and Statements, 1966-1968 Box 15, Folder 16
 
Correspondence and Memoranda, 1966-1967 Box 15, Folder 22
Box 16
Correspondence and Memoranda, 1967-1968 Box 16, Folder 1
Box 15
Questionnaires on Problems with Public Relief Administration, 1948-1949 Box 15, Folder 14
Box 196
New York City Welfare Department, 1948-1951 Box 196, Folder 172
Note Includes public assistance forms from the New York City Department of Welfare. Topics include Welfare Commissioner Raymond Hilliard’s investigation of the "loyalty" of welfare recipients and Welfare Department personnel.
Box 15
Public Relief Cuts, 1949-1950 Box 15, Folder 15
Note Correspondence and Newspaper Clippings
 
Committee Priorities, 1967 Box 15, Folder 17
Note Questionnaires
 
Food Stamps Subcommittee, 1967 Box 15, Folder 19
Box 16
School Lunch Programs, Survey of Possible Discrimination of Children from Families on Public Assistance, 1967 Box 16, Folder 2
Box 15
Minimum Standards and Budgets Subcommittee, 1967-1968 Box 15, Folder 20
 
Detached Welfare Department Workers in the Settlements Subcommittee, 1967-1968 Box 15, Folder 18
Box 16
Welfare Rights Handbook, Drafts, 1968 Box 16, Folder 3
Box 15
Training and Work Programs Subcommittee, 1968 Box 15, Folder 21
 
Social Work in the Neighborhood Committee,  
Box 16
General, 1966-1967 Box 16, Folder 4
 
Special Projects Committee,  
Box 16
General, 1956 Box 16, Folder 5
 
Staff Workers Committee,  
Box 16
Minutes, Agenda, Correspondence, and Memoranda, 1947-1952 Box 16, Folder 6 to 7
 
Student Volunteers in Group Work Agencies Committee,  
Box 16
General,  Box 16, Folder 8
 
Task Force on Child Development,  
Box 16
Minutes , 1970-1972 Box 16, Folder 9
Note Includes Day Care Task Force and the Day Care Committee
 
Correspondence and Memoranda, 1970-1972 Box 16, Folder 10 to 12
 
Task Force on Drug Abuse,  
Box 16
General, 1972 Box 16, Folder 13
 
Task Force on Jobs,  
Box 17
General, 1969 Box 17, Folder 1
Note See Also Settlement Houses Employment Development (SHED) in Series 4. Special Projects.
 
Task Force on Law and the Community,  
Box 17
Correspondence and Memoranda, 1970 Box 17, Folder 2
Box Legal 253
Reference Material from New York State District Attorneys Association, 1971-1972 Box Legal 253, Folder 9
 
Task Force on New Directions,  
Box 17
General, 1970-1971 Box 17, Folder 3
 
Task Force on Public Welfare and Alternatives,  
Box 17
Minutes and Agendas, 1968-1972 Box 17, Folder 4
 
Correspondence and Memoranda, 1968-1972 Box 17, Folder 5 to 8
 
Reports on Activities and Legislation, 1971-1972 Box 17, Folder 9
 
Unemployment-Related Committees  
Note The committees are listed in chronological order.
 
Caseworkers’ Committee,  
Note Casework in the context of unemployment relief
Box Legal 248
Minutes, circa 1932-1933 Box Legal 248, Folder 58
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 13.
 
Minutes, circa 1933-1934 Box Legal 248, Folder 62
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 14.
 
Caseworkers’ Committee and Special Relief Committee, circa 1932-1933 Box Legal 248, Folder 58
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 13. Unemployment Project,
 
Special Committee on Relief, circa 1932-1933 Box Legal 248, Folder 58
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 13. Includes minutes and UNH resolution on relief.
 
Emergency Committee on Unemployment, circa 1933-1934 Box Legal 248, Folder 62
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 14.
Box Legal 249
Emergency Committee on Unemployment, circa 1933-1934 Box Legal 249, Folder 65
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 14.
 
Unemployment Committee,  
Note Four folders of committee minutes and related records are listed first in chronological order. The remaining files document projects and subjects and are listed in chronological order from 1930 to 1939.
Box Legal 241
Miscellaneous Records, circa 1919-1922 Box Legal 241, Folder 14
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 3
Box 17
Minutes, Correspondence, Memoranda, and Clippings, 1930-1940 Box 17, Folder 10 to11
Box Legal 252
Minutes and Miscellaneous Records, circa 1935-1937 Box Legal 252, Folder 84
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 18. Topics include: WPA, art projects, relief.
Box Flat 267
Minutes and Announcements, circa 1939-1940 Box Flat 267, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 21.
Box 17
Summary of Cooperative Survey, 1930-1931 Box 17, Folder 12
 
Workshops for Women, 1930-1931 Box 17, Folder 14
Box Legal 247
General Unemployment Topics, circa 1930-1931 Box Legal 247, Folder 53
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 12
Box 197
Study on Resources for the Unemployed, 1932-1933 Box 197, Folder 176
Note UNH conducted a study of projects providing self-help and self-expression for the unemployed in the settlements, exclusive of relief projects. Study results included.
 
Study on Resources for the Unemployed, 1932-1933 Box 197, Folder 177
Note Christodora House, a member settlement, sent case studies of relief recipients to UNH for use in formulating suggestions for reform of relief procedures.
Any personal, identifying information in the file is restricted.
Box Legal 249
General Unemployment Topics, circa 1934-1935 Box Legal 249, Folder 69
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 15.
Box Legal 252
General Unemployment Topics, circa 1935-1937 Box Legal 252, Folder 83
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 18.
 
Works Progress Administration, circa 1935-1937 Box Legal 252, Folder 84
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 18. Regarding lay-off of WPA workers.
Box Flat 265
Pay Reduction for Works Progress Administration Employees, circa 1937-1938 Box Flat 265, Folder 87
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 19.
 
General Unemployment Topics, circa 1937-1938 Box Flat 265, Folder 87 to 88
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 19.
Box Flat 266
Curtailment of WPA, circa 1938-1939 Box Flat 266, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 20.
 
General Unemployment Topics, circa 1938-1939 Box Flat 266, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 20.
Box Flat 267
Fuel Survey, circa 1939-1940 Box Flat 267, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 21.
 
Committee on Immediate Needs, circa 1939-1940 Box Flat 267, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 21.
Box 17
Works Progress Administration and National Youth Administration White Collar Projects, 1939 Box 17, Folder 13
Note Protest against curtailing projects
 
Unemployment and Relief Committee,  
Note Seven folders of committee minutes, correspondence, and related records are listed first. The remaining files, most of which document projects or subcommittees, are listed in chronological order from 1933 to 1942.
Box 196
Correspondence, Minutes, 1931-1936 Box 196, Folder 173
Note Includes an unemployment survey. Topics include: poverty in New York City, proposed tax reforms to meet Depression emergencies, the WPA, and relief. Correspondents include John L. Elliott, Lillian Wald, Mary Simkhovitch, Edward T. Devine, Harry Hopkins, and the Association for Improving the Condition of the Poor.
Box 197
Correspondence, Minutes, Report 1936-1940 Box 197, Folder 174
Note Topics include: WPA, food order stamp plan, child welfare, housing.
 
Correspondence, Minutes, 1940-1943 Box 197, Folder 175
Note Topics include: housing, relief legislation, social security, WPA recreation, war-time activities, art, drama, music projects during and before World War II.
Box Legal 248
Minutes, circa 1933-1934 Box Legal 248, Folder 62
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 14.
Box Flat 268
General Correspondence, circa 1940-1941 Box Flat 268, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 22.
 
Minutes, circa 1940-1941 Box Flat 268, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 22.
Box Flat 269
Minutes, circa 1941-1942 Box Flat 269, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 23.
Box Legal 248
Research Committee, circa 1933-1934 Box Legal 248, Folder 62
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 14. Proposed reorganization of Emergency Home and Work Bureau.
Box Legal 250
General, circa 1935-1936 Box Legal 250, Folder 74
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 16.
 
Committee on Works Progress Administration, circa 1935-1936 Box Legal 250, Folder 74
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 16.
 
WPA Meeting to Protest Dropping Clients from Relief Rolls, circa 1935-1936 Box Legal 250, Folder 74
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 16.
Box Flat 268
Food Stamp Plan, circa 1940-1941 Box Flat 268, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 22.
 
City Wide Organization, circa 1940-1941 Box Flat 268, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 22.
 
Fuel Survey, circa 1940-1941 Box Flat 268, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 22.
Box Flat 269
Clothing Questionnaire Study, circa 1941-1942 Box Flat 269, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 23.
 
List of Members, circa 1941-1942 Box Flat 269, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 23.
 
Appropriation for Department of Welfare, circa 1941-1942 Box Flat 269, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 23.
 
Works Progress Administration, circa 1941-1942 Box Flat 269, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 23.
 
Ways and Means Committee,  
Box 17
General, 1968-1971 Box 17, Folder 15
 
Miscellaneous Committees,  
Note The miscellaneous committees records consist of recently acquired committee files, dating from the 1950s through the 1970s, that have been minimally processed by the archives. Only the alphabetical range for each box is listed. There is no detailed information on box contents.
Box 133
A - D, 1955-1968 Box 133, Folder
Note Includes Anti Poverty Committee, Board Composition Committee, Consumer Committee, and various arts committees.
Box 134
H - N, 1948-1972 Box 134, Folder
Note Includes Health Committee, Housing committees, Involvement of Adults in the Work of the Settlements, and Membership committees.
Box 135
N - W,  Box 135, Folder
Box 136
W - Y and "Discontinued" Committees,  Box 136, Folder
Note Includes Civil Rights Committee
 
Series 1.7 Conferences, Meetings, and Seminars, 1922-1974 
Note Series 1.7 documents a broad range of topics over a significant period of change for settlements in the United States. The records reflect trends and issues in social work and politics that affected UNH and its member houses over time; from immigration, to the Great Depression, "red scares," and public welfare. The records also chronicle settlement work and theory in general. The series includes substantive material from annual meetings and other gatherings, including: proceedings, minutes, speeches and speech notes, correspondence, press releases and programs. Speakers represented in the files include influential settlement figures and, occasionally, prominent politicians. The series also includes routine material regarding meeting preparations and attendance.
Series 1.7 includes files on annual luncheons and annual meetings; fall, spring, and annual conferences; and UNH Association meetings. These are followed by files on special meetings, workshops, lectures, and conferences and general files that document multiple meetings. Under each heading, most of the folders are listed in chronological order.
 
Annual Luncheons,  
Box Legal 242
Luncheon Committee, Program, etc, circa 1924-1925 Box Legal 242, Folder 23
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 6.
Box 180
Annual Luncheon, 1925-1929 Box 180, Folder 18
Note Correspondence, reservations lists, programs. Speakers included Jane Addams, Mary Simkhovitch, Governor Alfred. E. Smith, and John L. Elliott.
Box Legal 243
General, circa 1926-1927 Box Legal 243, Folder 30
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 8.
Box Legal 244
Headworkers and Board Members’ Luncheon Committee, circa 1927-1928 Box Legal 244, Folder 36
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 9
 
Fourth Annual Luncheon, circa 1927-1928 Box Legal 244, Folder 33
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 9 Dr. Henry Sloan Coffin was the luncheon speaker.
 
General, circa 1927-1928 Box Legal 244, Folder 35
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 9
Box 18
Annual Luncheon Minutes, Announcements and Correspondence , 1929 Box 18, Folder 3
Note Includes letters to and from Franklin Delano Roosevelt
Box Legal 245
General , circa 1929-1930 Box Legal 245, Folder 40
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 10. Includes text of speech by Governor Franklin Delano Roosevelt.
Box Legal 246
Seventh Annual Luncheon, circa 1930-1931 Box Legal 246, Folder 50
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 12
Box Legal 249
Eighth Annual Luncheon, circa 1933-1934 Box Legal 249, Folder 64 to 65
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 14. Topics include "Social Rebuilding of New York."
Box Legal 250
General, circa 1935-1936 Box Legal 250, Folder 74
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 16. Harold Hopkins, head of the WPA, was guest speaker.
Box Legal 249
Ninth Annual Luncheon, circa 1934-1935 Box Legal 249, Folder 69
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 15. Includes program and newspaper clippings. Topics include health programs and clinics.
Box 181
Annual Luncheon, 1935, 1937 Box 181, Folder 19
Note Correspondence, reservations lists, invitations, seating lists. Speakers included Louis Fischer, Stanley M. Isaacs, Gerald P. Nye, Dorothy Detzer on such topics as “Preparedness for Peace.’
Box Legal 252
Reservations List, circa 1935-1937 Box Legal 252, Folder 83
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 18.
Box Flat 266
Reports, circa 1938-1939 Box Flat 266, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 20. Topics include unemployment, relief, housing legislation
Box 18
Annual Luncheon, 1939 Box 18, Folder 11
 
Annual Meetings,  
Box 179
Annual Meeting, 1925-1929 Box 179, Folder 6
Note Correspondence, programs, reports of various committees, minutes. Topics discussed include: health, old age pensions for social workers, ethical standards in social work, social education of youth, African Americans in New York, American foreign policy, report of Arts and Festivals Committee, report of UNH on future problems in interracial harmony, functions of the settlement, summer camps, sex and social education, assimilation of the Southern Italian family. Includes notes of a speech by Carleton J. H. Hayes on nationalism and imperialism and U.S. foreign policy. Also includes photographs used in the annual report.
Box Legal 242
Minutes, circa 1925-1926 Box Legal 242, Folder 24
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 7.
Box Legal 243
Minutes and Programs, circa 1926-1927 Box Legal 243, Folder 27
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 8.
Box Legal 244
Minutes and pamphlet, circa 1927-1928 Box Legal 244, Folder 32
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 9. Topics include camps, child care
 
Ninth Annual Meeting, circa 1927-1928 Box Legal 244, Folder 35
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 9
Box 179
Annual Meeting, 1931-1934, 1937 Box 179, Folder 7
Note Topics include: unemployment, inflation, the effects of New Deal programs on capitalism, relief and industry, group work, unionization, progressive education, social action and the settlements, racketeering, and the role of the settlement in a democracy. Includes synopsis of UNH committee work during the year and minutes of the Boys' and Girls' Directors Round Table. Speeches: A. J. Muste, chairman of the Conference for Progressive Labor Action, "Are We Moving Toward a Dictatorship?"; Gerard Swope, president of General Electric Company, on the National Industrial Recovery Act; "Adult Education in the Settlements;" Stanley M. Isaacs and Albert J. Kennedy, "The Influence of the UNH--What Has Been and Can Be Accomplished;" Goodwin B. Watson, “The New America;" Roger Baldwin, Director of the American Civil Liberties Union, "Patriots, Aliens and Reds;" and Paul U. Kellogg, editor of the Survey , "Opportunities Before the Settlements."
Box Flat 265
Minutes, circa 1935-1937 Box Flat 265, Folder 85
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 19. Includes report on committee activities, progressive education
Box 179
Annual Meetings, Proceedings, 1939 Box 179, Folder 8 to 10
Note Copies of the complete proceedings. Topics include: settlement methods, administration and program; the concept of “neighborhood;" public and private recreational programs; labor and the settlements; and consumer interests.
 
Annual Meeting, 1940, 1942-1945 Box 179, Folder 11
Note Includes annual reports. Topics include: settlements’ social action program, finances, the neighborhood as a social unit, the returning soldier, war-time domestic crises, consumer interests, unemployment, volunteers, dissolution of WPA’s housing program, expansion of UNH and the theory and practice of its committees, finances, functions of music in the settlement, relation of settlements to groups in neighborhoods, dramatics, festival arts projects, intersettlement works. Includes a telegram from Lewis Mumford on American foreign relations. Speeches by Stanley M. Isaacs on reorganization of UNH along "undemocratic" lines and John McDowell of the National Federation of Settlements, “Current Trends in the Settlement Movement." Participants included Helen Hall, Stanley M. Isaacs, Mary Simkhovitch.
Box 132
General Annual Meeting Material, 1940-1961 Box 132, Folder
Box Flat 270
Miscellaneous Records, circa 1942-1943 Box Flat 270, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 24.
Box 180
Annual Meeting, 1946-1947, 1949 Box 180, Folder 12
Note Topics include: housing, day care, finances, unemployment, fund raising in New York City, fine arts, consumer interests. Speeches: Edward Corsi on the shift of the settlement’s role from providing recreation to training community leaders; an outline of Grace Gosselin’s speech on the shift in settlement objectives; and an address on "Why Are Public Assistance Costs Rising?"
 
Annual Meeting, 1950 Box 180, Folder 13 to 14
Note These folders contain correspondence, reports, memoranda dealing with annual meetings and the history of UNH and its predecessor organization. "Fifty Years of Service," a synopsis of UNH’s activities, is included.
Box 18
Annual Meetings, 1950-1955 Box 18, Folder 13 to 15
Box 180
Annual Meeting, 1951-1952 Box 180, Folder 15
Note Correspondence, annual reports, financial statements, publications, press releases, programs, committee materials. Topics include: the Korean conflict, civil liberties, consumer interests, Puerto Rican migration into various neighborhoods, financing non-sectarian neighborhood work, housing, urban development, Association of Brooklyn Settlements. Includes a copy of a speech by Ollie Randall, "Services for the Aging in a Neighborhood Setting."
 
Annual Meeting, 1953-1954 Box 180, Folder 16
Note Correspondence, agenda, financial reports, committee lists, press releases. Includes speech by A. A. Berle, Jr. regarding New York City and the slum problem. Also includes documents about the 1954 United States Supreme Court desegregation decision.
 
Annual Meeting, 1955-1956 Box 180, Folder 17
Note Correspondence, agenda, guest lists, financial statements, press releases; analysis of UNH’s projects and activities. Speeches: Helen M. Harris on the changing objectives of UNH; Henry Epstein, deputy mayor of New York, "Blueprint for Youth;" and speech notes from Helen M. Harris and Stanley M. Isaacs.
Box 18
Annual Meetings, 1956-1959 Box 18, Folder 17 to 19
Box 19
Annual Meetings, 1960-1962 Box 19, Folder 2
Box 131
General Annual Meeting Material, 1962-1986 Box 131, Folder
Box 19
Annual Meeting featuring Dwight MacDonald, 1963 Box 19, Folder 3
 
Annual Meeting, 1964 Box 19, Folder 7
 
Annual Meeting Photographs, 1965 Box 19, Folder 11
 
Annual Meeting, 1966 Box 19, Folder 12
 
Annual Meeting, 1966 Box 19, Folder 10
Box 20
Annual Meeting, 1967 Box 20, Folder 1
 
Annual Meeting, 1968 Box 20, Folder 5
 
Annual Meeting Photographs, 1967 Box 20, Folder 2
 
Annual Meeting Photographs, 1968 Box 20, Folder 6
 
Annual Meetings, 1969-1971 Box 20, Folder 7
Box 136
General Annual Meeting Material, undated Box 136, Folder
 
Fall Conferences,  
Box 18
General Fall Conference Records, 1950-1955 Box 18, Folder 13 to 15
 
General Fall Conference Records, 1956-1959 Box 18, Folder 17 to 19
Box 19
General Fall Conference Records, 1960-1962 Box 19, Folder 2
 
General Fall Conference Records, 1963 Box 19, Folder 4
 
Fall Conference Photographs, 1963 Box 19, Folder 5
Box Legal 253
Fall Conference, Remarks by Mayor Robert F. Wagner, 1963-1964 Box Legal 253, Folder 10
Box 19
General Fall Conference Records, 1964 Box 19, Folder 8
 
Fall Conference Papers, 1964 Box 19, Folder 9
Box 59
General Fall Conference Records, 1965 Box 59, Folder 16
Note Filed under National Federation of Settlements Northeast Regional Conference
Box 19
General Fall Conference Records, 1966 Box 19, Folder 13
 
Fall Conference Speeches and Session Reports, 1966 Box 19, Folder 14 to 15
Note Includes speech by Martin Luther King.
Box 20
General Fall Conference Records, 1968-1974 Box 20, Folder 7
Box 136
General Fall Conference Records, 1950s-1970s Box 136, Folder
Box 137
General Fall Conference Records, 1960s-1970s Box 137, Folder
 
Spring Conference,  
Box Legal 247
Minutes, Reports, Financial Statements, circa 1930-1931 Box Legal 247, Folder 54
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 12. Topics include unemployment relief. Helen Hall and John Lovejoy Elliott are mentioned.
Box Flat 266
Settlement Goals for 1939-1940, circa 1938-1939 Box Flat 266, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 20.
Box 18
Minutes and Agenda, 1939 Box 18, Folder 9
 
Correspondence, 1939 Box 18, Folder 10
 
Annual Conference,  
Box Legal 244
Ninth Annual Conference, circa 1927-1928 Box Legal 244, Folder 32 to 33
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 9. Topics include housing and boys' and girls’ work
Box Legal 245
Minutes, circa 1929-1930 Box Legal 245, Folder 37
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 10. Topics include juvenile delinquency and assimilation of African Americans.
 
Reports, circa 1929-1930 Box Legal 245, Folder 37
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 10. Topics include: housing, education, immigration, health.
 
Financial Statement, circa 1929-1930 Box Legal 245, Folder 37
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 10.
 
Albert J. Kennedy, circa 1929-1930 Box Legal 245, Folder 37
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 10. "Settlement Education for Esthetic Appreciation"
 
1930 Annual Conference Minutes, circa 1929-1930 Box Legal 245, Folder 42
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 10. Topics include social work and arts and music in the settlements
Box Legal 247
Proceedings, circa 1930-1931 Box Legal 247, Folder 51
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 12. Includes synopsis of speeches by Roger Baldwin, American Civil Liberties Union, on "Patriots, Aliens and Reds" and Paul Kellogg on "Opening Opportunities before the Settlements."
Box Legal 248
Minutes, circa 1932-1933 Box Legal 248, Folder 58
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 13. Includes report on the National Recovery Act and a speech by A. J. Muste, chairman of the National Conference for Progressive Labor Action, "Are We Moving Toward a Dictatorship?"
 
Reports and Financial Statement, circa 1933-1934 Box Legal 248, Folder 62
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 14. Topics include: past and future influence of UNH, peace parade, political dissent.
Box Legal 249
General Annual Conference Material, circa 1934-1935 Box Legal 249, Folder 66
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 15. Topics include: theater in the settlements, relief, unemployment, and government censors.
 
"Cementing the Relationship between the Settlement and the Workers’ Unemployed Union," circa 1934-1935 Box Legal 249, Folder 67
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 15.
 
Jane Addams "Memorial" Meeting, circa 1934-1935 Box Legal 249, Folder 67
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 15.
Box Legal 250
General Annual Conference Material, circa 1935-1936 Box Legal 250, Folder 71
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 16.
Box Legal 251
General Annual Conference Material, circa 1935-1937 Box Legal 251, Folder 79
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 18.
Box Flat 266
General Annual Conference Material, circa 1938-1939 Box Flat 266, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 20. Topics include volunteers and city administration
Box Flat 268
General Annual Conference Material, circa 1940-1941 Box Flat 268, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 22.
Box Flat 269
General Annual Conference Material, circa 1941-1942 Box Flat 269, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 23.
 
UNH Association,  
Box Legal 242
Association Meetings, circa 1925-1926 Box Legal 242, Folder 24
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 7. Includes UNH Board of Trustees material and Mrs. J. C. Bernheim. Topics include: housing, psychiatry. Includes Jane Addams on "Patriotism and Nationalism."
Box Legal 243
Association Meetings, circa 1926-1927 Box Legal 243, Folder 27 to 28
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 8. Various topics, including housing.
Box Legal 244
Association Meeting Minutes, circa 1927-1928 Box Legal 244, Folder 33
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 9.
Box Legal 245
Association Meeting, circa 1929-1930 Box Legal 245, Folder 42
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 10.
 
Association Meeting, circa 1929-1930 Box Legal 245, Folder 38
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 10. Regarding race relations
 
Association Meeting, circa 1929-1930 Box Legal 245, Folder 38
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 10. Regarding liberal progressives
Box Legal 247
Association Meeting Minutes, circa 1930-1931 Box Legal 247, Folder 55 to 56
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 12. Topics include: the Depression, headworkers, education, relief, unemployment insurance, immigration, and Americanization
 
Association Meeting Minutes, circa 1930-1931 Box Legal 247, Folder 51
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 12. Includes speech by Mark McCloskey on changing standards of practice in the settlements.
Box Legal 248
Association Meeting Minutes, circa 1933-1934 Box Legal 248, Folder 63
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 14.
Box Legal 249
Association Meetings, circa 1934-1935 Box Legal 249, Folder 66
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 15.
Box Legal 250
Association Meeting Minutes, circa 1935-1936 Box Legal 250, Folder 71
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 16. Topics include National Recovery Act
Box Flat 266
Association Meetings, circa 1938-1939 Box Flat 266, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 20. Includes proposed projects
Box Flat 267
Association Meetings, circa 1939-1940 Box Flat 267, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 21.
Box Flat 268
Association Meetings, circa 1940-1941 Box Flat 268, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 22.
Box Flat 269
Association Meeting Minutes, circa 1941-1942 Box Flat 269, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 23.
 
General Conferences and Meetings,  
Box Legal 239
General UNH meetings, circa 1919-1925 Box Legal 239, Folder 6 to 11
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 1. Topics include: Americanization, housing, child welfare, purpose of recreation in the settlements, and the Lusk Committee.
Box 18
Meetings, 1930 Box 18, Folder 5
 
Meetings, 1931-1938 Box 18, Folder 7 to 8
Note 1930-1932, 1934-1935, 1937-1938
 
Meetings, 1941-1949 Box 18, Folder 12
Note 1941, 1944-1949
Box 137
Miscellaneous Conferences and Meetings, 1950s-1970s Box 137, Folder
Box 20
Miscellaneous Conferences and Meetings, 1972-1974 Box 20, Folder 10
Note Includes address by Vernon E. (Vernon Eulion) Jordan
Box Legal 243
Conference to Clean up the Parks, circa 1925-1928 Box Legal 243, Folder 26
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 7.
 
Boys’ and Girls’ Conference, circa 1926-1927 Box Legal 243, Folder 28
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 8.
Box 18
Study Group "Working with the Southern Italian Family," 1928 Box 18, Folder 4
Box Legal 245
Reception for Amelia Earhart, circa 1929-1930 Box Legal 245, Folder 40
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 10.
Box 18
Conference on Camping "Camp Grab Bag," 1930 Box 18, Folder 6
Box Legal 247
Intersettlement Conference Group on the Depression, circa 1930-1931 Box Legal 247, Folder 55
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 12
 
Edward Corsi Luncheon, circa 1930-1931 Box Legal 247, Folder 55
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 12 Corsi was commissioner of immigration.
 
A. J. Muste lectures, circa 1930-1931 Box Legal 247, Folder 51
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 12 Topics include labor, unemployment, income groups in the U.S., and unemployment
Box Legal 246
Meeting regarding Social Workers and Social Reform, circa 1930-1931 Box Legal 246, Folder 50
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 12. A meeting on "The Settlement and the Industrial Situation." Includes discussion of issues faced during the Depression, including unions, strikes, possible solutions.
Box Legal 248
Luncheon on the Role of the State in Social Welfare, circa 1932-1933 Box Legal 248, Folder 58
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 13
Box Flat 266
President’s Tea, circa 1938-1939 Box Flat 266, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 20.
Box Flat 267
Association Board, circa 1939-1940 Box Flat 267, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 21.
Box 18
Workshop "Teenagers in Trouble," 1955 Box 18, Folder 16
Box 19
Conference on Community Organization, 1958-1959 Box 19, Folder 1
 
Seminar on Settlement Practices and Function, 1964 Box 19, Folder 6
Box 20
Conference on Settlement Function, 1967 Box 20, Folder 3
 
Conference on Settlement Function II, 1967-1968 Box 20, Folder 4
 
Conference on Black Culture and History as a Part of the Settlement Programs, 1970 Box 20, Folder 8
 
Conference on New Directions, 1970 Box 20, Folder 9
 
Series 1.8 Housing Department, 1936-1972 
Note Researchers who are interested in housing should also consult the records of UNH housing committees in Series 1.6, Committees; the housing-related files in series 2 and 3, Programs, Organizations, and Subjects; the neighborhood conservation and urban renewal project files in Series 4, Special Projects; and the League of Mothers' Clubs records in Series 5, Member Houses and Associated Settlement Organizations.
Files documenting the Settlement Housing Fund appear first and are listed in alphabetical order. These are followed by an alphabetical list of housing-related organization and project files. A small number of files containing reports, newsletters, press releases, and testimony conclude the series.
 
Settlement Housing Fund,  
Box 20
Bylaws, 1972 Box 20, Folder 17
 
Board of Directors, 1969-1972 Box 20, Folder 18
Note Minutes, Agendas, and Lists of Members
 
Committee and Joint Organizational Minutes, 1969-1972 Box 20, Folder 19
Box Legal 253
Contracts, 1969-1972 Box Legal 253, Folder 11
Box 20
Correspondence and Memoranda, 1968-1970 Box 20, Folder 20
Box 21
Correspondence and Memoranda, 1971-1972 Box 21, Folder 1
 
Financial , 1969-1979 Box 21, Folder 2
 
Progress Reports, 1968-1972 Box 21, Folder 3
 
Project Summaries, 1970-1971 Box 21, Folder 4
 
Proposals, 1968-1972 Box 21, Folder 5
 
Housing-Related Organizations and Projects  
Note The organization and project files are listed in alphabetical order.
Box 21
Bronx River Neighborhood Houses, 1970 Box 21, Folder 6
 
Claremont Housing Improvement Association, 1970-1972 Box 21, Folder 7
 
Community Housing Survey Forms, 1969-1971 Box 21, Folder 8
 
East River North Renewal, 1971 Box 21, Folder 9
 
Gowanus-Boerum Hill Housing Association, 1970-1971 Box 21, Folder 10
Box 20
Housing Forums, Seminars, and Institutes, 1969-1971 Box 20, Folder 15
Box 21
"Study of Low Income Cooperative Housing Conversion," Proposal and Preliminary Report, 1971-1972 Box 21, Folder 11
 
Mott Haven Rehabilitation Project, 1968-1970 Box 21, Folder 12
Note Reports and Correspondence
 
"Settlement Housing Fund Apartments: A Tax Shelter Example," circa 1970 Box 21, Folder 13
 
Stanley M. Isaacs Neighborhood Center, 1970 Box 21, Folder 14
 
Task Force on Non-Luxury Cooperative Housing, 1970-1972 Box 21, Folder 15
 
Two Bridges Neighborhood Council, 1970-1972 Box 21, Folder 16
 
Miscellaneous Activities and Programs, undated Box 21, Folder 17
Box 20
Housing Bulletins and Newsletters, 1969-1972 Box 20, Folder 11
 
Housing Department Progress Reports, 1968-1971 Box 20, Folder 12
 
Press Releases and Publicity, 1963-1971 Box 20, Folder 13 to 14
 
Testimony, 1969-1971 Box 20, Folder 16
 
Series 1.9 Public Relations Department, 1919-1990 
Note Series 1.9 reflects UNH's efforts to publicize its programs through a variety of media. The records relate to a range of settlement activities and developments in the UNH organization, some of which may also be documented in Series 2 and Series 3, Programs, Organizations, and Subjects. The records include "human interest" stories and information on celebrity settlement alumni.
Departmental correspondence files are listed first and are followed by press releases and photographs. Next, files documenting various topics and activities are grouped together. These are followed by a small number of miscellaneous publicity files. Publications are listed last.
Box 22
Correspondence, 1959-1972 Box 22, Folder 1 to 8
Note 1959-1968, 1970-1972
 
Correspondence with Newspapers, 1962-1966 Box 22, Folder 9 to 10
 
Correspondence with Radio and Television Stations, 1963-1966 Box 22, Folder 11
 
Saul Goldzweig and Victor Weingarten Correspondence, 1963-1966 Box 22, Folder 12
Note Includes Goldzweig’s weekly work schedules.
Box 25
Saul Goldzweig, Miscellaneous Meeting Notes, 1966 Box 25, Folder 4
Note Also relates to UNH Training Department
Box 23
Press Releases, 1928-1974 Box 23, Folder 9 to 12
Note 1928-1930, 1944-1945, 1951-1954, 1958-1972
Box 24
Photographs, undated Box 24, Folder 11
Box 23
Volunteers, 1962-1969 Box 23, Folder 6 to 7
Note 1962-1963, 1965-1969
 
Visitors, 1966-1969 Box 23, Folder 5
 
Social Work Student Interns, Placements, 1961-1969 Box 23, Folder 8
Note 1961, 1968-1969
Box 24
Human Interest Stories and Case Histories, 1957-1959 Box 24, Folder 15
 
Celebrities, 1958-1959 Box 24, Folder 16
 
Famous Immigrants Who Attended New York Public Schools, 1964 Box 24, Folder 17
 
Television and Radio Spots, 1958 Box 24, Folder 10
 
Television and Radio Programs about Settlements, 1959-1972 Box 24, Folder 12
Note Announcements
 
Interviews, 1964 Box 24, Folder 13
 
"Voice of the Neighborhoods," 1966 Box 24, Folder 14
Note Weekly broadcasts and undated poster titled, "Settlements Help Everyone."
Box Map Case 1
"Settlements Help Everyone" Poster, undated Box Map Case 1, Folder
Box 23
Neighborhood House Month, 1951-1970 Box 23, Folder 2 to 4
Note 1951, 1957-1962, 1966, 1970
 
Christmas Programs, 1963-1966 Box 23, Folder 1
Box 25
World’s Fair, 1963-1965 Box 25, Folder 3
 
Health and Welfare Public Relations Association of Great New York, 1959-1967 Box 25, Folder 1
 
Telephone Book Covers, 1961 Box 25, Folder 2
Box Legal 252
Miscellaneous Publicity, circa 1935-1937 Box Legal 252, Folder 83
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 18.
Box 137
Miscellaneous Publicity, 1951-1970s Box 137, Folder
Note Includes 75 anniversary of settlements in 1959.
Box 138
Miscellaneous Publicity, 1951-1970s Box 138, Folder
Box 140
Miscellaneous Publicity, undated Box 140, Folder
Box 139
Miscellaneous Publicity, 1951-1970s Box 139, Folder
 
Publications,  
Box 23
Better Times , 1919 Box 23, Folder 13
Box Legal 240
Bulletins , 1919-1923 Box Legal 240, Folder 12
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 2.
Box 24
Miscellaneous Publications, 1920-1969 Box 24, Folder 8 to 9
Note 1920-1946, 1950-1969, and undated poster filed in map case
Box 198
Bulletins , 1940 Box 198, Folder 200
Note The Bulletins describe the committee work of UNH.
Box 24
Face of a City , 1959-1960 Box 24, Folder 2
 
Outposts in Troubled Communities , 1962-1963 Box 24, Folder 6
Box 75
Bulletins , 1963 Box 75, Folder 21
Box 23
Settlement Directories, 1963-1967 Box 23, Folder 14
Note 1963, 1966, 1967
Box 24
Report to Houses , 1966 Box 24, Folder 7
Note trial publication
 
News, 1966-1972 Box 24, Folder 3
Note See: map case
 
Correspondence, 1968-1969 Box 24, Folder 5
 
Settlement Directories, 1968-1969 Box 24, Folder 1
 
Newsletter, 1968-1976 Box 24, Folder 4
 
Series 1.10 Training Department, 1967-1970 
Note Series 1.10 contains publications and other records from the UNH Training Department. Additional information on social work training offered by UNH and its member houses is available in Series 1.6, Committees; Series 1.12, Personnel; Series 2 and Series 3, Programs, Organizations and Subjects; and Series 4, Special Projects.
The files are listed in chronological order.
Box 25
Reports, 1967-1969 Box 25, Folder 5
 
Correspondence, Memoranda, and Lists of Session Participants, 1967-1970 Box 25, Folder 7 to 8
 
"Social Work Practice and Community Involvement with Pregnant Teenagers," 1967 Box 25, Folder 11
Note By Georgia McMurray
 
"Some Practice Issues," 1967 Box 25, Folder 11
Note Written by Hyman Weiner.
 
"Supervisory Practice and Social Work Service in the Neighborhood Center," 1967 Box 25, Folder 12
Note By Bernard Gladstone.
 
"Service and Supervision: Some Issues in Practice," 1967 Box 25, Folder 12
Note By William Schwartz
 
"The Neighborhood Center, Social Work Service and the Public School," 1968 Box 25, Folder 13
Note Alex Gitterman and Goodwin P. Garfield.
 
"Transcending Fear of the Stranger," 1968 Box 25, Folder 14
Note Joan Shapiro and Stanley J. Sterling.
 
"Designing Services for Welfare-Related Problems," 1968 Box 25, Folder 15
Note By Hamilton-Madison House staff.
 
Forum on Social Work Practice in the Neighborhoods, 1968 Box 25, Folder 10
Note Publications
 
Advisory Committee, 1968 Box 25, Folder 6
Note Agenda, Memoranda, Membership Lists
 
Sessions - Case Records and Teaching Aids, 1968-1969 Box 25, Folder 9
Box 140
General, undated Box 140, Folder
 
Series 1.11 Financial Records, 1922-1980s 
Note The financial records include funding appeals, correspondence, reports, and financial plans documenting UNH development efforts. Development records also include files containing reports, ephemera, and printed materials relating to theater benefits for UNH from 1935 to the 1960s. Additional financial records include: financial statements and audits; employee retirement benefits and salaries information for UNH; correspondence, expenditure reports and other records relating to financial support from the Greater New York Fund and other foundations; and reports and other documents regarding UNH compliance with financial and tax regulations. The series also documents dues, financial analysis, and other financial issues of member and prospective member houses.
A single file of general material is followed by a chronological list of UNH "cash books" (ledgers). Much of Series 1.11 consists of records documenting fund raising and contributions. The fund raising files are listed in chronological order. They also contain two small sets of files on joint fund raising and the Joint Supplemental Fund, which are also listed in chronological order. The fund raising files are followed by several folders on individual foundations and by numerous files relating to the Greater New York Fund, which are listed chronologically. Next, files of annual and monthly financial statements and budgets appear in chronological order. The miscellaneous financial records that conclude the series comprise financial surveys and analyses, information on member house dues, general financial correspondence, and five boxes of recently acquired financial records (many related to development) that have not been fully described by the archives.
Box 1
General Financial Material, 1959-1961 Box 1, Folder 29
 
Cash Books,  
Box Flat 1
untitled, 1958 Box Flat 1, Folder
Box 26
Receipts, 1960-1961 Box 26, Folder 13
 
Disbursements, 1960-1961 Box 26, Folder 14
Box Flat 1
Disbursements, 1962-1963 Box Flat 1, Folder
Note Filed with portfolios
Box 27
Disbursements, 1964-1965 Box 27, Folder 1
 
Fund Raising, Contributions, and Contributors,  
Note The fund raising files are listed in chronological order.
Box Legal 244
Funding Appeal Results, circa 1927-1928 Box Legal 244, Folder 34
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 9
Box Legal 245
Contribution Lists, circa 1929-1930 Box Legal 245, Folder 39
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 10.
Box Legal 247
Theater Benefit, circa 1930-1931 Box Legal 247, Folder 56
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 12
Box 28
Fund Raising, Ruth Draper Benefit, 1932 Box 28, Folder 7
Box 31
Photograph, 1932 Box 31, Folder 10
Box Legal 249
Contributions, circa 1934-1935 Box Legal 249, Folder 67
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 15. Includes list of patrons.
 
Theater Benefit, circa 1934-1935 Box Legal 249, Folder 67
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 15.
Box Legal 250
Contributors, circa 1935-1936 Box Legal 250, Folder 72
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 16.
 
Theater Benefit, circa 1935-1936 Box Legal 250, Folder 72
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 16.
Box Flat 265
Theater Benefit Party, circa 1937-1938 Box Flat 265, Folder 88
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 19.
Box 30
Theater Benefit, 1937 Box 30, Folder 14
Box 27
Correspondence and Lists, 1937-1959 Box 27, Folder 5 to 6
Note 1937-1939, 1949-1951, 1959
Box 30
1938 Benefit Correspondence, 1938-1939 Box 30, Folder 15
Box 31
1938 Benefit Final Report, 1938 Box 31, Folder 1
 
1938 Benefit, Prospective Contributors, 1938 Box 31, Folder 2
Box Flat 266
Theater Benefit, List of Contributions, circa 1938-1939 Box Flat 266, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 20.
Box Flat 267
Theater Benefit, circa 1939-1940 Box Flat 267, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 21.
 
Special Appeal, circa 1939-1940 Box Flat 267, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 21.
Box 31
Miscellaneous Benefits , 1939-1971 Box 31, Folder 3 to 8
Note 1939, 1941, 1951-1954, 1958-1968, 1971
Box Flat 268
Appeals, circa 1940-1941 Box Flat 268, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 22.
 
Theater Benefit, circa 1940-1941 Box Flat 268, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 22.
Box Flat 269
Theater Benefit, circa 1941-1942 Box Flat 269, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 23. Includes correspondence and press releases.
Box Flat 270
Contributions, circa 1942-1943 Box Flat 270, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 24.
Box 30
Fund Raising Techniques, 1944-1950 Box 30, Folder 10
 
Proposed Settlement "Telethon," 1952-1953 Box 30, Folder 12
Box 29
"Statement of Need and Plan for Expansion of the Work of the United Neighborhood Houses," 1956 Box 29, Folder 4
Box 27
Correspondence, 1958 Box 27, Folder 4
Box 28
Contributors Correspondence, 1961-1972 Box 28, Folder 6
Note 1961, 1970, 1972
Box 30
Fund Raising Seminars, 1961-1972 Box 30, Folder 11
Note 1961, 1970, 1972
Box 27
Contributions and Other Income Ledger, 1962-1966 Box 27, Folder 7
Note Includes dues, general, joint supplemental fund, and theater benefits.
 
Contributions and Other Income Ledger, 1963-1966 Box 27, Folder 8
Note Includes fall conference and Bloomingdale Project.
 
Receipts, 1964, 1966 Box 27, Folder 9 to 11
Box 31
Receipt Book, 1966-1967 Box 31, Folder 9
Box 28
Contributions in Honor of the 10th Anniversary of Sylvia and Harry Liese, 1968 Box 28, Folder 5
 
Receipts, 1967-1969 Box 28, Folder 1 to 4
Box 30
Television Auction, 1972 Box 30, Folder 13
Box 144
Auction Fair, 1970s Box 144, Folder
Box 145
Auction Fair, 1970s Box 145, Folder
Box 27
"Brakely Report" Survey Analysis, and Plan for United Neighborhood House of New York City, undated Box 27, Folder 3
Box 140
Donations, undated Box 140, Folder
 
Joint Supplemental Fund,  
Box 29
Foundations Committee, 1956-1963 Box 29, Folder 5
 
Policy Committee for Joint Fund Raising and Public Relations, 1956-1957 Box 29, Folder 6
Note Minutes
 
Policies Governing UNH’s Joint Supplemental Fund, 1957-1959 Box 29, Folder 7
 
Distribution Formula Committee Minutes 1956 Box 29, Folder 8
 
Distribution Formula Committee Correspondence, 1956-1957 Box 29, Folder 9
 
1957 Fund,  Box 29, Folder 10
 
Committee on Solicitation of Individuals, 1957-1958 Box 29, Folder 11
 
Statement of Receipts and Disbursements, 1957-1958 Box 29, Folder 12
 
1958 Fund,  Box 29, Folder 13
 
Discretionary Grants, 1958 Box 29, Folder 14
 
1959 Fund,  Box 29, Folder 15
 
Governor Nelson Rockefeller, Luncheon Speaker, 1959 Box 29, Folder 16
 
Foundations, Lists, and Settlement Waivers, 1959 Box 29, Folder 17
 
1960 Fund,  Box 29, Folder 18
 
1961 Fund,  Box 29, Folder 19
Box 30
Discretionary Grants, 1961 Box 30, Folder 1
 
1962 Fund,  Box 30, Folder 2
 
Discretionary Grants, 1962 Box 30, Folder 3
 
Foundation Support for Member Houses, 1962 Box 30, Folder 4
 
1963 Fund,  Box 30, Folder 5
 
Recapitulations of Fund Activity, 1957-1963 Box 30, Folder 6
 
Contributors’ Receipt Book, May-December, 1957-1965 Box 30, Folder 7
 
Special Requests for Information, 1959-1962 Box 30, Folder 8
 
Funds of 1964-1971,  Box 30, Folder 9
 
Joint Fund Raising,  
Note The files documenting topics related to joint fund raising efforts are listed in chronological order.
Box 28
Committee on Neighborhood Support, 1933 Box 28, Folder 8
 
Joint Fund Raising Attempts, 1940-1944 Box 28, Folder 9
Box 29
Joint Fund Raising Committee Minutes and Agenda, 1945-1947 Box 29, Folder 1
 
Joint Fund Raising Committee Correspondence, 1945-1947 Box 29, Folder 2
 
Material Preliminary to the Organization of the Joint Supplemental Fund, 1952-1955 Box 29, Folder 3
Note 1952, 1954-1955
 
Foundations,  
Box 31
Charles Hayden Foundation, 1971 Box 31, Folder 11
Note Appeal for Juvenile Delinquency Project Funds.
 
Ford Foundation, 1957-1959 Box 31, Folder 12
Note Includes Appeal for Juvenile Delinquency Project Funds
 
Rockefeller Brothers Fund, 1954-1958 Box 31, Folder 13
 
Greater New York Fund,  
Note The Greater New York Fund files are listed in chronological order.
Box 31
Organization, 1937-1938 Box 31, Folder 14
Note Correspondence, memoranda, and plans. Includes discussion of UNH and its member houses’ participation.
Box 32
Correspondence, 1938-1940 Box 32, Folder 1
 
Grants to UNH members and fund distribution tables, 1950-1961 Box 32, Folder 2
 
Brunie Committee Recommendations on Fund Reorganization and General Materials, 1951-1961 Box 32, Folder 3
 
Correspondence of UNH Member Houses, 1951-1952 Box 32, Folder 4
 
Special Allocations, 1971-1972 Box 32, Folder 5
 
Financial Reports and Statements,  
Note The reports and statements are listed in chronological order. A small number of miscellaneous audits, ledgers, reports, and statements are listed last.
Box Legal 241
Financial Statements, circa 1919-1924 Box Legal 241, Folder 17
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 4
Box Legal 243
Accountant’s Report, circa 1926-1927 Box Legal 243, Folder 29
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 8.
Box Legal 244
Monthly Statements, circa 1927-1928 Box Legal 244, Folder 34
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 9
Box Legal 245
Financial Statements for 1928, 1928 Box Legal 245, Folder 39
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 10.
Box Legal 247
Financial Statements for 1926-1930, 1926-1930 Box Legal 247, Folder 52
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 12
Box 26
Monthly Statements and Budgets, 1927-1939 Box 26, Folder 7 to 11
Note 1927-1931, 1935-1939, September 1944-1953.
Box Legal 249
Financial Statements for 1934-1935, circa 1934-1935 Box Legal 249, Folder 67
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 15.
Box Legal 250
Financial Statements, circa 1935-1936 Box Legal 250, Folder 72
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 16.
Box Flat 265
Financial Statement, circa 1937-1938 Box Flat 265, Folder 87
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 19.
Box Flat 266
Financial Statements for 1938-1939, circa 1938-1939 Box Flat 266, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 20.
Box Flat 267
Financial Statements for 1939-1940, circa 1939-1940 Box Flat 267, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 21.
Box Flat 268
Monthly Statements, circa 1940-1941 Box Flat 268, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 22.
Box Flat 269
Statement and Reports, circa 1941-1942 Box Flat 269, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 23.
Box Flat 270
Financial Statements, circa 1942-1943 Box Flat 270, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 24.
Box Legal 253
Monthly Statements and Budgets, 1954-1960 Box Legal 253, Folder 13
 
Monthly Statements and Worksheets, 1961-1965 Box Legal 253, Folder 14 to 15
Note 1961-1962, 1963, 1965
Box 26
Monthly Statements and Budgets, 1961-1972 Box 26, Folder 12
 
Audits, 1928-1964 Box 26, Folder 1 to 6
Note 1928-1930, 1957-1964
Box 32
General Journal, 1959-1965 Box 32, Folder 6
Box Legal 253
Enclosures Removed from Journal,  Box Legal 253, Folder 16
Box 32
Ledgers, 1960-1963 Box 32, Folder 7 to 10
Box 33
Ledgers, 1964-1966 Box 33, Folder 1 to 7
Box 147
Statements, Reports, 1950s-1970s Box 147, Folder
 
Miscellaneous Financial Records,  
Note Files documenting financial studies are listed first in chronological order. The studies files are followed by two folders on member house dues and a folder of correspondence. Boxes of financial materials that have not been fully arranged and described are listed last. These contain information on funds, foundations, appeals, member house dues, contributions, and accounting and reporting.
Box Legal 239
Salary Studies, circa 1919-1926 Box Legal 239, Folder 6
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 1.
Box Legal 253
Analysis of Settlement Income and Expenses, 1944-1949 Box Legal 253, Folder 12
Box Legal 254
"A Survey of Financial Methods of New York City Settlements," 1947 Box Legal 254, Folder 1
Box 27
Financial Development Analysis and Planning Study, 1972 Box 27, Folder 2
Note Study by Lawson and Williams Associates.
Box 33
Member House Dues, 1930-1964 Box 33, Folder 8 to 10
Note 1930, 1935, 1937-1939, 1948-1949, 1952, 1960-1964. Includes material on National Federation of Settlements dues.
Box Legal 249
Dues, circa 1934-1935 Box Legal 249, Folder 67
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 15. Dues paid by members houses to UNH and National Federation of Settlements.
Box 25
Correspondence 1922-1933, 1943, 1954, 1969-1970, 1972, 1922-1972 Box 25, Folder 16 to 19
Note Includes material on financial appeals and fund raising and letters to UNH's accountants, bank, and insurance company
Box 141
Compliance, Reports, Benefits, Appeals,  Box 141, Folder
Note Includes Theater Benefits, 1935-1960s, and annual reports to New York State, 1950s-1960s.
Box 142
Appeals, Contributions, Member House Dues, 1952-1975 Box 142, Folder
Note House Dues from 1951-1976
Box 143
Member House Dues, Funds, Reports, Audits, 1940s-1960s Box 143, Folder
Note Includes Greater New York Fund, 1950-1960
Box 146
Reports, Funds, Foundations, General Financial, 1940s-1960s Box 146, Folder
Box 148
Appeals, Financial Planning, Fund Raising,  Box 148, Folder
 
Series 1.12 Personnel Records, 1930-1980s 
Note Series 1.12 includes records documenting personnel administration in general, including minutes of staff meetings and policy statements. The series also contains files of correspondence, field reports, speeches, and other records relating to individual staff members, including Helen M. Harris and Juliet Brudney. Additional information on personnel administration is available in the personnel committee files located in Series 1.6, Committees.
Files documenting in-service training projects are listed first and appear in chronological order. These are followed by staff member files. The personnel administration files that conclude the series are listed in chronological order.
 
In-Service Training,  
Box 33
Course by A. J. (Abraham John) Muste, 1930-1931 Box 33, Folder 13
 
Neva R. Deardorff Talk, 1943 Box 33, Folder 14
 
Proposal, 1967 Box 33, Folder 15
 
Staff Members,  
Box 1
Bruere, Henry, 1929 Box 1, Folder 5
Note Correspondence regarding resignation as UNH president and correspondence with Governor Franklin Delano Roosevelt
Box 153
Joseph Jenkins Program Files A - D, circa 1980s Box 153, Folder
Note Joseph Jenkins, Executive Director of UNH
Box 154
Joseph Jenkins Program Files D - Z, circa 1980s Box 154, Folder
 
Susan Jenkins Brown,  
Box 35
"Report of the Mayor’s Milk Committee" 1941 Box 35, Folder 1
 
Radio Talk, 1945 Box 35, Folder 2
 
"Helen Hall Settlement Papers," 1958 Box 35, Folder 3
Note Correspondence & Drafts
 
Notes, undated Box 35, Folder 4
Box 37
Janet Murray, 1953 Box 37, Folder 13
 
Fay Perreira, 1951 Box 37, Folder 14
 
Marian Seifert,  
Box 37
Field Reports and Activity Log, 1971 Box 37, Folder 15
 
Correspondence, 1971-1972 Box 37, Folder 16
 
Annetta Cornell Wood, 1957-1958 Box 37, Folder 17
Note Development Secretary
 
Juliet Brudney,  
Box 35
Correspondence and Memoranda, 1962-1970 Box 35, Folder 5 to 8
 
Speech before National Association of Social Workers, New York Chapter, 1965 Box 35, Folder 9
 
Lois Buell,  
Box 35
Appointment and Paper, 1956, 1963 Box 35, Folder 10
 
Correspondence and Memoranda, 1966-1972 Box 35, Folder 11
 
Goodwin Garfield,  
Box 35
Correspondence and Memoranda, 1965-1969 Box 35, Folder 12
 
Papers and Speeches, 1964-1968 Box 35, Folder 13
 
Helen M. Harris,  
Box 36
Resume and Miscellaneous, 1947-1970 Box 36, Folder 1
 
Mayor’s Committee on the Wartime Care of Children, "An Experiment in Nursery Guidance," 1947 Box 36, Folder 2
 
Appointment as UNH Executive Director, 1947 Box 36, Folder 3
 
Speeches and Appearances, 1947-1956 Box 36, Folder 4 to 6
Note Correspondence, speeches, and notes.
Box 208
Speech Notes, 1948-1954 Box 208, Folder 303
Note Speech notes of Helen M. Harris, Executive Director of UNH, 1948-1954. Most of the notes are incomplete and undated. Social welfare, illegal narcotics use, volunteers, settlement houses and social action, group work and historical materials on the settlement movement.
Box Legal 254
Speech before Soroptimists International, 1956 Box Legal 254, Folder 2
 
Speech before Midwinter Board Meeting of the National Federation of Settlements, 1956 Box Legal 254, Folder 3
Box 36
Speeches and Appearances, 1957-1964 Box 36, Folder 7 to 9
 
Writings, "The American Child," 1961 Box 36, Folder 10
 
Correspondence, 1949-1968 Box 36, Folder 11 to 14
Note 1949, 1951-1961, 1963, 1965, 1968
 
Correspondence regarding Employment Recommendations, 1952-1960 Box 36, Folder 15
Box 37
Memoranda, 1965-1969 Box 37, Folder 1
 
China Aid Council, 1947-1950 Box 37, Folder 2 to 3
 
Quotations for Reference, 1958 Box 37, Folder 4
 
Retirement Dinner, 1969-1970 Box 37, Folder 5
Note Correspondence and program
 
Transcript of Retirement Program, 1970 Box 37, Folder 6
 
Congratulatory Letters, 1970 Box 37, Folder 7
Note Annotated by Saul Goldzweig, who edited the retirement dinner program.
 
Photographs, 1970 Box 37, Folder 8
 
Edele Holtz , 1965-1967 Box 37, Folder 9
Note Memoranda
 
Cynthia Knowles, 1925 Box 37, Folder 10
Note Her diary while at Union Settlement.
 
Carol Lubin, 1970-1972 Box 37, Folder 11
 
Tom McKenna, 1970 Box 37, Folder 12
 
Personnel Administration,  
Box 34
Staff Meetings, 1928-1932 Box 34, Folder 6
Note Minutes and announcements
Box 37
Record Forms, 1931-1932 Box 37, Folder 18
Box 34
Staff Records, Miscellaneous, 1949-1965 Box 34, Folder 5
Note 1949-1960, 1965
Box 33
Correspondence and Statements, 1952-1957 Box 33, Folder 11
Box 1
General Personnel Material, 1959-1961 Box 1, Folder 31
Box 34
Payroll Records, 1960-1965 Box 34, Folder 1 to 3
Note RESTRICTED
 
Personnel Practices, 1962-1968 Box 34, Folder 4
Box 37
Memoranda Mailing Plan, 1966 Box 37, Folder 19
Box 34
Staff Meetings, 1966-1972 Box 34, Folder 7 to 11
Note Minutes, announcements, and notes by Saul Goldzweig.
Box 33
Memoranda to Staff Members, 1966-1972 Box 33, Folder 12
Box 34
Training and Employment of the Poor and Unemployed in the Settlements, 1967 Box 34, Folder 12
Box 149
General Personnel Issues, 1970s-1980s Box 149, Folder
Note Personnel practices, insurance, staff memoranda, and personnel committees
 
Series 1.13 Facilities Operations,  
Box 149
Leases, security, facilities management, 1970s-1980s Box 149, Folder
Note Mostly routine records documenting the management of UNH office facilities and leasing of UNH property.
 
Series 2. Programs, Organizations, and Subjects, pre 1960,  
Note Both Series 2 and Series 3 consist of alphabetical files of records to, from and about individuals and organizations, as well as files documenting topics, programs, and projects. The files contain information on: social workers, politicians, and government officials; government agencies; national or local professional social work organizations; and social action, political, and civic groups. They also document and a wide range of projects and topics related to: social work and social welfare, settlements, politics, economics, unemployment and unemployment relief, public health, housing and urban redevelopment, immigration, education, child welfare, juvenile delinquency and youth programs. The files in series 2 and 3 represent the organizations, people, and subject areas that United Neighborhood Houses deemed important. The bulk of the material was created after World War II. The breadth of coverage on a given topic or organization varies from a few items to several bulky folders.
Topics in Series 2 and Series 3 often overlap with other series in the UNH records. Researchers will often need to search more than one series in order to locate all the available information on a particular subject. See also Series 1.6, UNH Committees; Series 1.8, Departments; Series 4, Special Projects; and Series 5, Member Houses and Associated Settlement Organizations.
There are two alphabetical lists of subjects in Series 2. Subjects that are more thoroughly documented, including many of the subjects that appear in both Series 2 and Series 3, are listed first. A second, alphabetical list of general subjects contains topics that tend to be less well-documented, many of which appear only in Series 2.
 
American Association of Social Workers,  
Box 197
New York City Chapter, 1937-1953 Box 197, Folder 181
Note Group Work Committee minutes; statement of chapter policies; "Social Work in the New York City Public School System" article; and Legislative Committee reports on housing and discrimination in housing.
Box Legal 250
Professional Social Work Requirements, circa 1935-1936 Box Legal 250, Folder 71
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 16.
Box 197
Social Policy Bulletins, 1953-1954 Box 197, Folder 182
Note Bulletins for members concerning general social welfare programs, social security, agricultural workers, the Old Age and Survivors’ Insurance Program.
 
Temporary Inter-Association Council, 1952-1955 Box 197, Folder 183
Note The Council was composed of those social welfare organizations that formed the National Association of Social Workers in October, 1955. Includes: plans for the merger, proposed bylaws, memoranda of understanding.
 
American Committee in Aid of Chinese Industrial Cooperatives (INDUSCO) ,  
Box 197
Correspondence and Reports, 1947-1948 Box 197, Folder 184
Note Helen M. Harris, then Executive Secretary of UNH, served on the Board of Directors of INDUSCO. Subjects include: INDUSCO’s aid for China, charges of American exploitation and imperialism in China, rise of Chinese communism and the communist revolution, problems of Chinese government and social conditions.
 
General, 1948-1949 Box 197, Folder 185
Box 198
General, 1949 Box 198, Folder 186
 
General, 1950-1952 Box 198, Folder 187
 
Citizens’ Committee on Children of New York City,  
Note The committee files are listed in chronological order.
Box 199
Correspondence and Reports, 1947-1948 Box 199, Folder 209
Note Helen M. Harris of UNH was on the Board of Directors. Subjects include children’s centers in public housing projects and settlement services for children and youth.
 
Correspondence and Minutes, 1948-1950 Box 199, Folder 210
 
General, 1950 Box 199, Folder 211
Note Topics include juvenile courts and a children’s health center.
Box 200
Correspondence, Reports, Minutes, Budgets, 1951-1953 Box 200, Folder 212
Note Topics include: children’s court procedures, financing welfare projects, and social welfare reform legislation.
 
Correspondence, Board of Director’s Minutes, 1953 Box 200, Folder 213
Note Topics include: care of the developmentally disabled, housing, day care, child abuse, mental health, financing child welfare programs, and the history of the New York City Department of Health. Helen M. Harris and Stanley M. Isaacs of UNH served on the Committee.
 
Correspondence, Reports, Minutes, Legislative Reports, 1954 Box 200, Folder 214
Note Topics include: placing children in foster homes, care of the developmentally disabled, day care, juvenile probation and parole, and financing of children’s courts.
 
Correspondence, Reports, Agenda, Minutes, 1954 Box 200, Folder 215
Note Topics include: legislative action, juvenile delinquency, budgets, youthful offender statutes, mental health, school boards and communist teachers.
 
Correspondence, Reports, Minutes, 1955 Box 200, Folder 216
Note Topics include: foster care for children, juvenile courts, developmental disabilities, mental health.
 
Correspondence, Reports, Memoranda, 1955-1957 Box 200, Folder 217
Note Topics include: recruiting teachers, foster homes, counseling centers for the developmentally disabled, professional careers in social work, domestic relations courts, mental health, adoption agencies, development of moral ideals in public schools, child care, and the Welfare and Health Council and the Community Council of New York City.
 
Correspondence, Minutes, Reports, Memoranda, 1957-1960 Box 200, Folder 218
Note  Topics include: New York City Department of Health, child care, foster homes, effectiveness of New York City government in dealing with welfare problems, mental health, and education.
Box 201
Alfred J. Kahn Report, 1954 Box 201, Folder 219
Note A report submitted to members of the committee by Alfred J. Kahn.
 
Citizens’ Housing and Planning Council of New York,  
Box 201
Minutes of Committee on Relocation Problems, 1953-1959 Box 201, Folder 221
Note Includes reports, legislative information.
 
Community Service Society, 1947-1949 Box 201, Folder 230
Note Correspondence, newspaper clippings concerning neighborhood development in New York City.
Box Legal 249
Consumer Milk Survey, circa 1933-1934 Box Legal 249, Folder 65
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 14.
 
Day Care,  
Note Day Care Council files are followed by a single folder of day care correspondence. The remaining files, which document day care-related subjects or organizations, are listed in alphabetical order.
 
Day Care Council ,  
Box 204
Minutes, 1949-1951 Box 204, Folder 264
Note Topics include: day care teacher salaries, fund allocations, personnel practices, and agency relations.
 
Executive Committee Meetings, 1948-1952 Box 204, Folder 262
Note Correspondence, notes, report from the Social Service Committee on the Day Care Council, lists of committee members.
 
Nominating and Bylaws Committee, 1948-1953  Box 204, Folder 265
Note Correspondence and papers.
 
Personnel Committee, 1947-1952 Box 204, Folder 266
Note Topics include: salaries of day care workers and personnel practices.
 
Personnel Committee, 1952-1953  Box 204, Folder 267
Note Correspondence, Day Care Bulletins .
 
Finances, 1949-1951 Box 204, Folder 263
Note Dues receipts for payments by various settlements to the Day Care Council.
Box 205
Requests for Day Care Information, 1953 Box 205, Folder 268
Note Correspondence primarily from people interested in obtaining free day care.
 
Requests for Day Care Information, 1953-1954 Box 205, Folder 269
Note Correspondence primarily from people interested in obtaining free day care.
Box 202
General Correspondence , 1944-1954 Box 202, Folder 236 to 240
Note Topics include: debate over use of federal and state funds, settlements and social action, day care centers, wartime and peacetime transition in day care philosophy, and the history of day care in the settlement movement.
 
Agency Financing, 1956 Box 202, Folder 241
Note Correspondence concerning allocation of state funds to private and public agency day care programs.
Box 203
Agency Membership in Day Care Council, 1947-1949 Box 203, Folder 242
Note Correspondence concerning policy and standards of the Day Care Council.
 
Day Care Centers for the Aging, 1951-1952 Box 203, Folder 243
Note Correspondence, memoranda, questionnaire regarding proposed project for settlement house day centers for the aging.
 
Child Care Center, Parents’ Association of New York , 1945-1948 Box 203, Folder 244
Note Correspondence, clippings, newsletter. Regarding parents’ eligibility for day care programs and the threat of the program’s cancellation.
 
Civil Service Classification, 1949-1958 Box 203, Folder 245
Note Staff classification and salary schedules, recommendations to New York City Department of Welfare.
Box 205
Day Care Week, 1951 Box 205, Folder 270
Note Correspondence, memoranda, speeches during New York City’s "Day Care Week," 1951
 
Day Care Week, Publicity, 1951 Box 205, Folder 271
Note Correspondence, press releases.
Box 203
Emmett R. Gauhn, Benjamin Fielding, Stanley M. Isaacs, Correspondence, 1947-1948 Box 203, Folder 246
Note Correspondence, papers concerning the controversy over the decision of Emmett R. Gauhn, Chairman of the New York State Youth Commission, to discontinue state aid to child care centers. Stanley M. Isaacs of UNH and Benjamin Fielding, New York City Welfare Commissioner, corresponded with Emmett Gauhn about this subject.
 
Federal Programs, 1949-1950 Box 203, Folder 247
Note Topics include: day care programs, White House Conference on Children and Youth, Social Security Administration, Federal Security Agency, manpower and mobilization.
 
Hearings, Statements, 1948-1951 Box 203, Folder 248
Note Correspondence and statements of Helen M. Harris before the Joint Budget Hearing of the New York Senate Finance Committee and Assembly Ways and Means Committee.
 
Joint Committee of Welfare Department and Day Care Center, 1948-1951 Box 203, Folder 249
Note Memoranda, minutes, and agenda concerning the continuing debate over day care, its purpose, and the administrative problems associated with the program.
 
Legislation, 1945-1951 Box 203, Folder 250
Note Copies of New York State bills relating to the establishment of day care centers.
 
Mayor’s Committee on Wartime Day Care, 1940-1946 Box 203, Folder 251
Note Includes historical sketch on day nursery care in the United States and memoranda from the Mayor’s Committee on Day Care in Wartime.
Box Flat 270
Mayor’s Committee on Wartime Care of Children, circa 1942-1943 Box Flat 270, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 24.
Box Legal 245
Nursery Schools and Summer Play Schools , circa 1929-1930 Box Legal 245, Folder 43
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 10. List of staff and per child costs. List of play schools.
Box 203
Open House Tours, 1947-1948 Box 203, Folder 252
Note Correspondence and memorandum. Various “open house’ tours were given by settlements to New York congressmen.
 
Program Steering Committee, 1947 Box 203, Folder 253
Note Papers concerning continuation of day care centers.
 
Publicity, 1946-1949 Box 203, Folder 254
Note Helen M. Harris, Executive Director of UNH, on the need for federal funding in order to continue of day care centers.
Box 204
Publicity, 1952 Box 204, Folder 255
Note Correspondence, memoranda on publicity for the Day Care Council.
 
Rochester, New York, Conference, 1947-1949 Box 204, Folder 256
Note Correspondence, minutes, and memoranda. Topics include: education, personnel, salaries, wartime and peacetime day care programs, budgets.
 
Sectarianism, Problem of, 1952-1954 Box 204, Folder 257
Note Correspondence, papers concerned with the problem of financing private and sectarian day care centers with public funds. The New York City debate is detailed in these folders.
 
Sectarianism, Problem of, 1954 Box 204, Folder 258
 
"The Case for Day Care," 1947-1948 Box 204, Folder 259
Note Correspondence, memoranda, and reports on the need for child day care centers in New York City. Some organizations and people represented are Dr. Harry Emerson Fosdick, Welfare Council of New York City, Day Care Council of New York City.
 
Welfare Council of New York City, Project Committee on Day Care, 1947-1950 Box 204, Folder 260
Note Correspondence, minutes and memoranda. Topics include: definition of day care, its purpose and methods, day care facilities.
 
Welfare Council of New York City, Selected Group Day Care Committee, 1947-1949 Box 204, Folder 261
Note Correspondence and memoranda on day care program administration, preschool and after school care.
 
East Harlem Youth Project,  
Box 205
Grant Correspondence, 1944 Box 205, Folder 276
Note Papers concerning UNH’s grant to be used in a juvenile delinquency project in East Harlem.
 
Grant Correspondence and Evaluation, 1944-1945 Box 205, Folder 277
Note The National Recreation Association is a correspondent.
Box 206
Grant Correspondence, 1945-1946 Box 206, Folder 278
Note Includes report on certain neighborhoods studied, aims of the project, recreational needs, post-war adjustment.
 
Aguilar Lounge Project, 1944-1946 Box 206, Folder 279
Note Papers concerning a project in a local Harlem library to encourage reading and discussion among youth.
 
Education Committee of New York City Board of Education,  
Box 206
Correspondence, reports, pamphlets , 1939-1952 Box 206, Folder 282
Note Topics include: adult education, budgets, community education and settlements.
 
Correspondence, 1953-1954 Box 206, Folder 283
Note Includes papers concerning New York City fund allocations, statements of Helen M. Harris of UNH on budget estimates of the New York City Board of Education.
 
Reports, pamphlets, 1955-1956  Box 206, Folder 284
 
Housing,  
Note The housing files are listed in chronological order.
Box Legal 243
Miscellaneous Housing Topics, circa 1926-1927 Box Legal 243, Folder 30
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 8. Includes letter from Governor Alfred E. Smith to UNH regarding housing.
Box Legal 245
Letters to and from Governor Franklin Delano Roosevelt, circa 1929-1930 Box Legal 245, Folder 40
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 10.
 
Press Releases, circa 1929-1930 Box Legal 245, Folder 40
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 10.
 
Multiple Dwellings Law, circa 1929-1930 Box Legal 245, Folder 40
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 10. Detailed statements and recommendations
 
Old Law Tenements, circa 1929-1930 Box Legal 245, Folder 40
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 10. Includes statements by Mark K. Simkhovitch, Stanley Isaacs, and Mrs J. C. Bernheim
 
Old Law Tenements, circa 1929-1930 Box Legal 245, Folder 43
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 10. Includes study on tenement rentals
 
Recreation, circa 1929-1930 Box Legal 245, Folder 43
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 10.
Box Legal 248
Miscellaneous Housing Topics, circa 1930-1931 Box Legal 248, Folder 57
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 12. Letter to Franklin Delano Roosevelt
Box Legal 249
UNH letter on Social Progress and Housing, circa 1933-1934 Box Legal 249, Folder 65
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 14. Open letter to the mayor of New York from UNH.
 
Federal Funds for Housing and Social Reform, circa 1933-1934 Box Legal 249, Folder 65
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 14.
 
Speech Notes on Housing, circa 1934-1935 Box Legal 249, Folder 66
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 15.
 
Immigration,  
Box 208
Adult Activities Committee, 1924-1935 Box 208, Folder 307
Note Correspondence, minutes, lists of members. Topics include: Americanization, immigration.
 
Displaced Persons, 1948-1949 Box 208, Folder 308
Note Materials from Citizens’ Committee on Displaced Persons, UNH’s correspondence with Congressmen on increasing quotas for displaced persons, legislative summaries, and voting analyses of legislation on immigration.
 
New York Committee on Naturalization and Immigration, 1947-1951 Box 208, Folder 309
Note Correspondence, minutes, reports. Topics include: UNH’s role in naturalization programs in New York City.
 
United Neighborhood Houses and National Federation of Settlements on Reformation of Immigration Statutes, 1941-1952 Box 208, Folder 310
Note Alien registration forms, materials on settlement work in promoting naturalization programs for immigrants, pamphlets on need for immigrant law reform by various groups.
 
United Neighborhood Houses and National Federation of Settlements on Reformation of Immigration Statutes, 1952 Box 208, Folder 311
Note National Federation of Settlement’s resolution on immigration, Congressional debates on the Immigration Act of 1952, paper by the American Jewish Committee on recent developments in American immigration policy, Helen M. Harris’ statement before the President’s Commission on Immigration and Naturalization.
 
Juvenile Delinquency,  
Box 211
Miscellaneous Records, 1954-1956 Box 211, Folder 333
Note Topics include: UNH’s program for combating delinquency, mental health, schools, youth camps, social action, juvenile delinquency, gang wars.
 
Miscellaneous Records, 1956-1958 Box 211, Folder 334
Note Topics include: Citizens’ Committee on Children of New York City, youth camps, gang war, delinquency preventatives.
 
Miscellaneous Records, 1958-1961 Box 211, Folder 335
Note Correspondence concerning prevention programs, articles on mental health, and newspaper clippings. UNH worked with member houses to establish programs for youth employment, special education, care of emotionally disturbed youth, collaboration with law enforcement agencies. Includes a study of parent-child relations in troubled homes and a study of correction facilities for youth.
 
National Association of Social Workers,  
Box 216
Social Policy and Action Committee, Subcommittee on Housing, 1955-1958 Box 216, Folder 393
Note Correspondence, minutes. Topics include: housing, delinquency, developmental disabilities, indigents’ right to counsel and other civil liberties, Social Work Today controversy, loyalty investigation in New York City Department of Welfare, statement of purpose of National Association of Social Workers.
 
New York Chapter, 1956-1960 Box 216, Folder 392
Note Correspondence, annual reports, bylaws. Topics include: religious discrimination in hiring probation officers, the Youth Court Act, social workers’ salaries, New York State regulation of social work practice.
 
National Conference of Social Work,  
Box 216
National Conference Bulletins, 1944-1954 Box 216, Folder 394
Note Includes paper by Helen M. Harris, "Social Agencies, Loyalty Oaths and Civil Defense."
 
Committee on Methods of Social Action, 1949-1954 Box 216, Folder 395
Note Helen M. Harris served as Chairman of this Committee. The papers reflect UNH’s role in discussing broad issues of social action at the conference. Topics include civil liberties, loyalty oaths, citizen responsibility for social action, methods of social action. Includes excerpts from an unpublished M.A. thesis, "Trends in Social Action, as Shown in Proceedings of the National Conference of Social Work, 1914-1952," and a paper entitled, "Social Action as A Social Work Process."
Box 217
Committee on Methods of Social Action, 1954 Box 217, Folder 396
Note Correspondence, Bulletins . Topics include: social action, social workers and loyalty oaths.
 
Program Committee, 1951-1955 Box 217, Folder 397
Note Helen M. Harris, Executive Director of UNH, served on the Program Committee. Correspondence, Bulletins , memoranda, and materials on adult education and the International Conference of Social Work. Includes a paper entitled "Purpose of Conference of Social Work" by Joe R. Hoffer.
Box Legal 250
Group Work, circa 1935-1936 Box Legal 250, Folder 71
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 16.
 
National Conference on Social Welfare,  
Box 217
Miscellaneous Records, 1956-1960 Box 217, Folder 398
Note UNH participated in many committees and conferences of NCSW. The folder contains conference bulletins, Executive Committee minutes, a constitution of the NCSW, agenda, and reports.
 
New York City,  
 
New York City Department of Health,  
Box 218
Day Care Division, Sanitary Code #201, 1952-1954 Box 218, Folder 412
Note Correspondence regarding sanitary code and revisions.
 
Proposed Budget Cut, Day Care Division, 1953-1955 Box 218, Folder 413
Note UNH’s opposition and recommendations.
 
General, 1947-1953 Box 218, Folder 410
Note Topics include: programs for poor, venereal disease, "free" public clinics, nutritional food programs.
 
New York City Department of Welfare,  
Box 218
Correspondence, Clippings, Articles, 1945-1953 Box 218, Folder 415
Note Communists working in the New York City Department of Welfare, Welfare Commissioner Raymond Hilliard’s purge of leftist social workers, circulation of "phony" stories about welfare recipients, eligibility requirements, and relief. UNH’s role in several hearings is chronicled.
 
Day Care, 1947-1949 Box 218, Folder 414
Note Procedures to be followed in determining the cost of day care and the family’s share in it, family eligibility.
 
Joint Committee, Day Care Council and Department of Welfare, 1953-1957 Box 218, Folder 416
Note Minutes, announcements, salary scales, budgets. Topics include: liability insurance, education programs, day care programs.
 
Medical Advisory Board, 1950 Box 218, Folder 417
Note Correspondence, minutes. Topics include: minimum nutritional requirements, medical services, tuberculosis patients.
Box 219
New York City Youth Board, 1947-1952 Box 219, Folder 427
Note Topics include: analysis of group work services, purposes of Youth programs, data on types and sizes of groups, role of group workers, summer program activities, yearly plans of welfare board, services for youth in area of greatest need, and Youth Board programs carried on in settlement houses. Includes reports on group work projects in private agencies, Stanley M. Isaacs’ statement on UNH and youth work, and a "Survey of One Worker Operations."
Box 217
New York City Board of Estimate, 1949-1953 Box 217, Folder 407
Note Topics include: budgets for the day care program of the Department of Welfare, urban land use, adult education.
Box 218
City Council, 1950-1952 Box 218, Folder 408
Note  Topics include: welfare council, school districts, air pollution, labor relations.
 
Civil Service, 1951-1953 Box 218, Folder 409
Note Reform of civil service system in New York City.
 
Mayor’s Advisory Council, 1954-1956 Box 218, Folder 418
Note UNH’s interest in city affairs and planning is reflected in the correspondence and reports. Housing, consumer interests, sanitation are discussed.
Box 219
Mayor’s Advisory Council, Subcommittee on Consumer Interests, Housing and Neighborhood Improvement, 1954-1956 Box 219, Folder 421
Note Incomplete minutes of the subcommittee and official bulletins on consumer issues. Includes information on physically disabled children.
Box 218
Mayor’s Committee for Better Housing, 1954-1955 Box 218, Folder 419
Note Topics include: neighborhood facilities in a low rent housing project, slum clearance, recreational facilities in housing projects.
Box 219
Mayor’s Committee for Better Housing, Reports, 1955 Box 219, Folder 420
Note Studies and reports on low rent housing, relocation, housing for the aged, discrimination and integration, middle income housing and tax concessions, and private- versus public- sponsored housing projects.
 
Mayor’s Committee on Management Survey of the City of New York, 1952-1953 Box 219, Folder 423
Note Correspondence, reports on pay of day care consultants and municipal employee salary increases.
 
Mayor’s Committee on Management Survey, Yavner-Strayer Report, 1951-1952 Box 219, Folder 422
Note UNH supported the budget request of the Community Education Division of the Board of Education for 1952-1953. Recreation and the Board of Education’s social welfare aims are included.
 
New York City Mayor’s Office, 1951-1956 Box 219, Folder 424
Note Correspondence, press releases and statements by UNH, the Mayor’s Office, and other organizations. Topics include: urban improvement, juvenile delinquency, welfare program problems, housing reform, recreational needs.
Box 217
New York City Affairs Committee, 1953 Box 217, Folder 406
Note Correspondence and other records of a committee created to promote an efficient method of handling municipal government in New York City.
Box 218
New York Kindergarten Association, 1947-1952 Box 218, Folder 411
Note Correspondence, minutes of the Association’s Advisory Committee. The records document a project to develop a unified service to children and parents utilizing teachers, caseworkers, psychiatrists, nurses, and pediatricians. The Association wanted to set up programs in schools to prevent "personality problems" through early recognition and guidance.
Box 219
New York Police Department, Bureau of Public Relations, 1952-1955 Box 219, Folder 425
Note Topics include: community relations, police corruption, traffic enforcement, juvenile delinquency.
 
New York Police Department, Bureau of Public Relations, 1955 Box 219, Folder 426
Note Topics include community relations and police activities.
 
New York State Committee on Discrimination in Housing,  
Box 220
General, 1948-1950 Box 220, Folder 429
Note Correspondence, minutes, memoranda on legislation to end discrimination in housing.
 
General, 1951-1952 Box 220, Folder 430 to 431
Note Topics include: eviction of tenants due to race, discrimination under FHA, American Civil Liberties Union and the Committee on Metropolitan Life Insurance Company’s eviction of 21 Stuyvesant Town families, social status of those complaining of discrimination, New York law against discrimination in housing, and employment, religious and ethnic discrimination. Includes pamphlets on organized labor and the anti-discrimination law, fighting discrimination in the workplace.
 
General, 1952-1954 Box 220, Folder 432
Note Materials on slum clearance, effects of displacement on the family, relocation problems, laws forbidding discrimination and segregation, legislation for investigation of discrimination in housing, and the role of UNH and the Committee in the enforcement of regulations.
 
Metcalf-Jack Bill, 1952-1953 Box 220, Folder 433
Note UNH supported the bill to create a committee to investigate discrimination in housing projects.
 
New York State Welfare Conference, 1958 Box 220, Folder 435
Note Agenda
 
Public Education Association,  
Box 221
Correspondence, Reports, Committee Minutes, Proposals, and Studies. 1950-1953 Box 221, Folder 444
Note Topics include: attempts to establish better school facilities, higher teachers’salaries and more progressive educational policies, taxes for schools, integration.
 
Correspondence, Reports, Committee Minutes, Proposals and Studies, 1953-1954 Box 221, Folder 445
 
Correspondence, Reports, Committee Minutes, Proposals and Studies, 1954-1955 Box 221, Folder 446
 
Settlements,  
Box 222
Settlement Summary, circa 1919 Box 222, Folder 460
Note UNH’s response to questions on organized charity, industry, and Americanization. Also, "An Appeal for Settlements," signed by Charles Evans Hughes and others after World War I.
 
Settlement Survey, 1927-1928 Box 222, Folder 461
Note The Welfare Council of New York City, in cooperation with UNH, conducted a special survey of settlements in New York City to determine how they could best meet changing economic and social conditions. Correspondence, questionnaires, reports are included.
 
Settlement Activities and Finances, 1932 Box 222, Folder 457
Note UNH’s analysis of member settlements’ activities during 1924-1932, noting especially those activities and workers that were discontinued due to "hard times." Included are reports from individual settlements belonging to UNH describing financing and activities during the Depression.
 
Settlement and Home Relief Committee, 1934 Box 222, Folder 458
Note UNH established this committee as a liaison between the Home Relief Bureau and the settlements. Stanley M. Isaacs of UNH was active in getting the settlements to help disseminate information about Home Relief Committee measures.
 
Miscellaneous Records, 1940-1950 Box 222, Folder 462
Note Correspondence, reports from various settlements and city federations of settlements. Includes a brochure from Hull House of Chicago on its purpose and history.
 
Miscellaneous, 1952-1957 Box 222, Folder 463
Note Correspondence and reports from other settlement associations and individual settlement houses.
 
Settlement House Reports on Housing Violations and Children’s Court Material, 1954 Box 222, Folder 459
Note Correspondence about complaints of illegal housing conditions and neighborhood houses’ dealings with juvenile courts. Some of this material was used by Mayor Robert F. Wagner in his attempt to reform the New York City Housing Authority.
 
Studies,  
Box 223
General, 1936-1955 Box 223, Folder 467
Note Studies conducted or collected by UNH or in which UNH participated. Contains studies on: "The Case Workers in the Settlement," "A Plan for an Inquiry on the Place of the Settlement House in the Social Service Structure of Today," "The Manhattanville Nursery Child Care Project," "Function of the Young Women’s Hebrew Association in Providing Community Center Activities," "Report on Youth and Health Committee of the Lower West Side District Health Committee," "Report on the Recreational Need and Interests of Younger Teenage Girls in the Chelsea District of New York City" (wartime recreational needs), "How the School and Community Worked Together in the Lower West Side," "The State of Music in New York’s Neighborhood Houses and Community Music Schools," "Fuel Consumption Survey," study of personal service departments of settlements, "Outline and Bibliography for Seminar for Board Members of New York Settlements" by Eduard C. Lindeman, "A Study of the Policies of Settlement Houses in New York City in Reference to the Care of Athletic Injuries and their Liability for such Injuries," "Songs for Victory Sing" (a collection of patriotic songs, 1943), "Camp Ellen Marvin--Creative Arts Project."
 
General, 1955-1956 Box 223, Folder 468
Note Studies on the Muscular Dystrophy Social Group, the Muscular Dystrophy Camp, and the relocation of Manhattanville Neighborhood Center.
 
Narcotics, 1955 Box 223, Folder 469
Note Materials to be used by neighborhood houses in studying narcotics use, reports of studies, material assembled by UNH.
 
Outline of Neighborhood Services for Securing Community Information, 1940 Box 223, Folder 470
Note Materials assembled by UNH and used to prepare community studies by neighborhood houses.
 
Unemployment,  
Note The unemployment files are listed in chronological order.
Box Legal 247
General, circa 1930-1931 Box Legal 247, Folder 54
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 12. Statement from Mayor James Walker
 
General, circa 1930-1931 Box Legal 247, Folder 55
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 12
Box Legal 248
Editorial on Private Charity and Public Money in Relief, circa 1932-1933 Box Legal 248, Folder 59
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 13. Editorial by Walter Lippman.
 
Unemployment Relief, circa 1933-1934 Box Legal 248, Folder 62
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 14. Includes chart of a relief system.
Box Legal 249
UNH Discussion of National Recovery Act, circa 1933-1934 Box Legal 249, Folder 64
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 14.
 
Citizens’ Conference on Unemployment, circa 1934-1935 Box Legal 249, Folder 70
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 15.
 
Statistics on Relief Bonds, circa 1934-1935 Box Legal 249, Folder 70
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 15.
 
Relief, circa 1934-1935 Box Legal 249, Folder 70
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 15.
 
Municipal Lottery Funds for Relief, circa 1934-1935 Box Legal 249, Folder 70
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 15. Statement on proposed lottery to raise relief funds. Includes letter from president of UNH and president of New York City Board of Aldermen.
Box Legal 252
Non-Partisan Citizens’ Committee to Keep Politics Out of Relief, circa 1935-1937 Box Legal 252, Folder 84
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 18.
Box 220
Correspondence, Statements, Minutes, 1937 Box 220, Folder 437
Note  Includes notices to Mayor Fiorello H. La Guardia. Topics include: layoff of WPA workers in settlement houses, the "investigation" of the New York City Emergency Relief Bureau, unemployment.
 
General Subjects,  
Note The general subjects tend to be less well-documented and do not overlap with subjects in Series 3. The files are listed in alphabetical order.
Box 197
Addams (Jane) Luncheon, 1927 Box 197, Folder 178
Note Correspondence and papers concerning a special luncheon held for Jane Addams.
 
Adie (David C.) Luncheon, 1932 Box 197, Folder 179
Note David C. Adie, commissioner of social welfare in New York, spoke on "The Place of the State in a Program of Social Welfare." Some issues raised are the attitude of state welfare agencies toward social and public welfare, cooperation between public and private social work agencies, and social planning.
Box Legal 248
Adult Education, circa 1933-1934 Box Legal 248, Folder 62
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 14.
Box 197
Advertising Women of New York, Manhattan, 1950-1951 Box 197, Folder 180
Note A 1950 survey made by the Advertising Women concerning what Manhattanites think about voluntarily supported welfare organizations, the role of volunteers in welfare projects.
Box Legal 243
African Americans in New York City, circa 1926-1927 Box Legal 243, Folder 27
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 8.
Box Flat 269
Air Raid Protection Study and Recommendations, circa 1941-1942 Box Flat 269, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 23.
Box 198
American Jewish Committee, New York Chapter, 1946-1951  Box 198, Folder 189
Note Memorandum on the McCarran Law, police brutality in New York City.
 
American National Red Cross, New York Division, 1948-1953 Box 198, Folder 190
Note Topics include: civil defense, use of volunteers, the blood bank program.
 
American Social Hygiene Association, 1939-1947 Box 198, Folder 191
Note Correspondence concerning social hygiene programs in the settlements, minutes of settlement house workers meeting on social hygiene education programs, minutes of the Institute on Human Relations for settlement workers dealing with social hygiene.
Box Legal 241
Americanization, circa 1919-1922 Box Legal 241, Folder 13
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 3.
 
Americanization, League of Nations, circa 1919-1924 Box Legal 241, Folder 17
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 4.
Box 198
Americans for Democratic Action, 1947-1953 Box 198, Folder 188
Note Stanley M. Isaacs of UNH was a board member of American for Democratic Action. Correspondence, reports, memoranda. Topics include: New York City government, housing, education, Governor Thomas E. Dewey, and New York’s finances.
 
Amsterdam Community Center, New York City, 1956 Box 198, Folder 192
Note Minutes, group workers leader’s manual. Topics include ethnic composition of the neighborhood and programs offered at the center.
Box Legal 241
Anti Litter Campaign, circa 1919-1922 Box Legal 241, Folder 14
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 3.
Box Legal 247
Anti War Parade, circa 1930-1931 Box Legal 247, Folder 55
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 12.
Box Legal 248
Anti War Parade, circa 1933-1934 Box Legal 248, Folder 62
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 14.
Box 198
Arden House Conference, 1957-1959 Box 198, Folder 193
Note Invitations, papers concerning the action research workshop of the National Federation of Settlements dealing with "Neighborhood Goals in a Rapidly Changing World."
Box Legal 241
Armistice Day Celebrations, circa 1919-1922 Box Legal 241, Folder 14
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 3.
Box Legal 243
Association of Volunteers in Social Service, circa 1926-1927 Box Legal 243, Folder 30
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 8.
Box 198
Baden Street Settlement, Rochester, New York, 1949-1953 Box 198, Folder 194
Note Correspondence, agenda, annual reports. In 1949, Baden Street organized United Neighborhood Houses of Western New York State. Baden Street worked closely with UNH in formulating their programs.
 
Bell Park Gardens, Bayside, Long Island, New York, 1950 Box 198, Folder 195
Note Correspondence concerning a survey of 791 of the 800 families residing in Bell Park Gardens about neighborhood life.
 
Better Times , 1919-1920 Box 198, Folder 196
Note Papers regarding Better Times , a publication of UNH, later taken over by the Welfare Council of New York City.
Box Flat 268
"Bibliography on Social Service in Wartime," circa 1940-1941 Box Flat 268, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 22.
Box 198
Boston Settlement Council, 1955 Box 198, Folder 197
Note Booklet published by the Settlement Council of the United Community Services of metropolitan Boston, pictures and historical sketches of settlements in the greater Boston area, an essay on the "Settlement Idea."
 
Bronx River Settlement, New York City, 1953-1958 Box 198, Folder 198
Note Correspondence, annual report, and a statement of the settlement’s group work activities a 1956. Includes discussion of housing evictions for having illegitimate children.
 
Brooklyn Council for Social Planning, 1948-1954 Box 198, Folder 199
Note Correspondence, publicity, speeches. Includes "Planning for Group Work and Recreation.." Topics include court procedures and physical and mental health.
Box Legal 248
Camp, circa 1930-1931 Box Legal 248, Folder 57
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 12
Box Legal 247
Camp Life, circa 1930-1931 Box Legal 247, Folder 55
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 12
 
Camping, circa 1930-1931 Box Legal 247, Folder 52
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 12
Box 199
CARE (Cooperative for American Remittances to Everywhere, Inc.) Philippine Community Center Project, 1951-1952 Box 199, Folder 201
Note Newsletters, speeches: "Democratic Potentials in Southeast Asia: The Philippine Community Center Projects," and "Philippine Community Centers--Their Role in Developing Community and Social Relationships.’
 
Case Workers and Family Visitors Committee, 1932-1934 Box 199, Folder 202
Note The Committee was formed to acquaint caseworkers with professional techniques. Correspondence, minutes of meetings for caseworkers and representatives of the Charity Organization Society and the Association for Improving the Condition of the Poor. Topics include: casework techniques, social service workers in the settlements, emergency relief administration, unemployment, inter-agency cooperation. Some speakers were Helen Hall and Dorothy Baldwin.
 
Catholic Charities, 1922-1926 Box 199, Folder 203
Note Material regarding the inclusion of Catholic Charities of New York in UNH.
 
Cavalcade of Human Welfare, 1951-1952 Box 199, Folder 204
Note In 1951, the New York City Welfare Council announced plans for a "Cavalcade of Human Welfare" to be held in 1953. Stanley M. Isaacs and other members of the New York City Welfare Council objected to this program for reasons outlined in the correspondence.
 
Chicago Federation of Settlements, 1945-1958 Box 199, Folder 205
Note Correspondence, executive council minutes, annual reports, general meeting agenda and reports, and news bulletins. Includes speeches: Stanley M. Isaacs, "The Settlement in Civic Affairs," "Settlements and Neighborhood Centers--the Measure of Their Work," "Differentials in Service in a Settlement Neighborhood," "Public Relations in the Daily Life of Your Agency." Also includes a “Report to Jane Addams, Sixty Years Later," dated 1954.
 
Children’s Art Show, 1944-1945 Box 199, Folder 206
Note UNH sponsored an exhibition of children’s art in the settlements and then presented the paintings to the children of the Soviet Union. Correspondence and photographs, a brief history of the settlement movement, its purposes and functions.
 
Christmas Drive, 1924-1925 Box 199, Folder 207
Note In 1924, UNH received permission from the New York City Department of Welfare to conduct a Christmas Fund Drive.
 
Citizens Committee of 100 for Children and Youth, New York, 1950 Box 199, Folder 208
Note Topics include: the White House Conference on Children and Youth, recreation programs, juvenile delinquency, public housing, group work.
Box 201
Citizens’ Union of the City of New York, 1951-1959 Box 201, Folder 222
Note Correspondence and reports regarding the legislative program of the Citizens Union, city political reforms, racketeering, candidates for city offices.
 
Citizens’ Conference on City Planning, 1948-1950 Box 201, Folder 220
Note Correspondence, reports. UNH participated in the work of the Conference, demonstrating its interest in the need for effective city government and planning.
Box Legal 244
City Neighborhoods, Religious Facility Needs, circa 1927-1928 Box Legal 244, Folder 36
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 9.
Box 201
Civic Legislation League of New York State, 1949-1951 Box 201, Folder 223
Note Helen M. Harris and Stanley M. Isaacs of UNH served on the League’s advisory committee. Topics include: child and family welfare, education, health, housing, and juvenile corrections. The League attempted to provide social workers with the understanding necessary to secure effective social welfare legislation.
 
Civic Legislation League of New York State 1951-1952 Box 201, Folder 224
Note Topics include: compulsory school attendance for non-resident migratory children, children’s courts, family and child welfare, corrections, education, housing, and health. Includes a legislative history of several League-sponsored bills and an article on the publication of names of welfare recipients.
 
Civil Defense, New York City, 1958 Box 201, Folder 226
Note Bi-monthly publications.
 
Civil Defense, Recruitment Training Session, 1951-1952 Box 201, Folder 225
Note Correspondence concerning neighborhood houses, civil defense in neighborhoods, recreation programs, loyalty oaths.
 
Civil Works Administration, 1934 Box 201, Folder 227
Note Correspondence concerning UNH’s cooperation with the CWA to plan cultural festivals.
 
Claremont House, New York City, 1943-1945 Box 201, Folder 228
Note Correspondence, publicity, report concerning race relations.
Box Legal 241
Committee on Cooperation, circa 1919-1922 Box Legal 241, Folder 13
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 3. Cooperation between settlements.
Box 201
Community Chest Committee, 1942 Box 201, Folder 229
Note Correspondence, minutes. Topics include: "war chests" in New York City, settlements and the Community Chest, social action and community planning.
Box Legal 241
Cooperative Purchasing Plan, circa 1919-1924 Box Legal 241, Folder 15
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 4.
 
Cooperative Purchasing Plan, circa 1919-1922 Box Legal 241, Folder 13 to 14
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 3.
Box 201
Correspondence, Miscellaneous, 1947-1949 Box 201, Folder 231
Note Topics include: immigrants, day care, delinquency.
 
Correspondence, Miscellaneous, 1952-1953 Box 201, Folder 232
Note Topics include: immigration, day care, personnel practices.
Box 202
Corsi (Edward) Luncheon, 1931 Box 202, Folder 233
Note Correspondence, seating lists for a special luncheon for Edward Corsi, New York commissioner of education.
 
Dance Committee, 1921-1940 Box 202, Folder 235
Note Includes documents concerning dancing and its use in the settlements.
Box 205
Democratic State Committee, 1949-1954 Box 205, Folder 272
Note The Democratic Party asked UNH to suggest legislation for improving welfare conditions in New York City. These recommendations cover such fields as child day care programs, discrimination in housing, public assistance, milk and margarine taxes.
 
Depression Relief Measures, 1934 Box 205, Folder 273
Note Results of a survey of member settlements studying participation in depression relief measures.
 
Discrimination in Employment, 1946-1948 Box 205, Folder 274
Note Correspondence, articles, newspaper clippings concerning UNH’s fight for fair employment practices in New York City.
Box Legal 251
Discussion Group for Office Workers, circa 1935-1937 Box Legal 251, Folder 81
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 18.
Box 205
Earhart, (Amelia), Reception, 1928 Box 205, Folder 275
Note On July 8, 1928, UNH held a reception in honor of Amelia Earhart. Press releases and routine materials are included.
Box Legal 249
Education, circa 1934-1935 Box Legal 249, Folder 67
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 15.
Box 206
Education Committee, 1943-1946 Box 206, Folder 281
Note Minutes, reports; adult education.
 
Education Program, 1933 Box 206, Folder 287
Note UNH offered a course on "Giving Parties" for directors, club leaders, and volunteers.
 
Education Project, 1942-1943 Box 206, Folder 285
Note Correspondence, minutes of a meeting called by settlement headworkers to discuss an experiment in group education. Also includes a questionnaire used to study settlement workers’ attitudes on war, peace, and the social effects of war. Topics include: Eduard Lindeman’s educational programs and a review of education projects in New York settlements for post-war planning.
 
Education, Board Members’ Seminar, 1940 Box 206, Folder 280
Note Correspondence, registration materials for a course taught by Eduard C. Lindeman for settlement board members. Papers on the settlements in wartime and the use of volunteers are included.
 
Educational Films, 1946-1952 Box 206, Folder 286
Note Correspondence used to obtain educational films for settlements.
 
Emergency Work Bureau Training Course, 1933 Box 206, Folder 288
Note The Emergency Relief Bureau conducted a recreational training course at Christodora House. Cynthia Knowles and Grace Gosselin of UNH assisted in developing the course. The materials reflect the desire of settlements to keep the unemployed "busy" during the Depression.
Box Legal 243
Employment Bureau, circa 1926-1927 Box Legal 243, Folder 27
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 8.
 
Employment Survey, circa 1926-1927 Box Legal 243, Folder 27
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 8.
Box Flat 269
English Settlements in Wartime, circa 1941-1942 Box Flat 269, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 23.
Box 206
Federal Nursery Schools, 1939 Box 206, Folder 289
 
Federation of Jewish Philanthropies, 1946-1954 Box 206, Folder 290
Note Pamphlets on activities, employment services, student training at community centers, recreational facilities sponsored by Jewish Community of Greater New York.
 
Fiftieth Anniversary of the Founding of University Settlement and the Settlement Movement in the United States, 1936 Box 206, Folder 291
Note Program.
Box Flat 269
Fire Fighting Equipment for Air Raids, circa 1941-1942 Box Flat 269, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 23.
Box 208
Foreign Students, Employment, 1948-1949 Box 208, Folder 299
Note Correspondence concerning Americans working with foreign students.
 
Good Neighbor Committee, 1940-1941 Box 208, Folder 300
Note Bylaws, reports of work accomplished, annual report, descriptive pamphlet on the Committee, which tried to promote social and racial unity among neighbors.
Box Legal 243
Graphic Arts, circa 1926-1927 Box Legal 243, Folder 27
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 8.
Box 208
Greater New York Emergency Conference on Inalienable Rights, 1939 Box 208, Folder 301
 
Healthiest Mother Contest, 1926 Box 208, Folder 302
Note Correspondence, entrance forms.
 
Hospital Council of Greater New York, 1951-1953 Box 208, Folder 304
Note Annual reports and bulletins of the Hospital Council of Greater New York.
 
Hospitalization Insurance Plan, 1949-1953 Box 208, Folder 306
Note Papers concerning United Neighborhood Houses’ health plan.
 
Hospitalization Insurance Plan, 1948-1949 Box 208, Folder 305
Note Correspondence, reports, materials related to United Neighborhood Houses’ attempt to establish a hospitalization plan for New York settlement workers.
Box 211
International Conference of Social Work, 1958-1959  Box 211, Folder 330
Note Correspondence, list of officers.
 
International Conference of Social Work, United States Committee, 1948-1953 Box 211, Folder 329
Note Correspondence; papers on social welfare in India, training for leadership in individualized areas, studies programs.
 
International Settlements, 1941-1956 Box 211, Folder 331
Note Correspondence and pamphlets on Italian and British social work.
Box Legal 243
Internationalism (Statement by James T. Shotwell), circa 1926-1927 Box Legal 243, Folder 27
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 8.
Box 211
Intersettlement Dance Committee, 1933 Box 211, Folder 328
Note Minutes, memoranda, financial statement.
 
Intersettlement Senior Dramatic Committee, 1927-1928  Box 211, Folder 327
Note Correspondence, minutes, programs.
 
Isaacs, (Stanley M.) Dinner, 1954 Box 211, Folder 332
Note Correspondence, publicity about UNH’s sponsorship of a memorial dinner for Stanley M. Isaacs, President of UNH.
Box Flat 269
Joint Committee on Excise Taxation of Charitable, Religious, and Educational Organizations, circa 1941-1942 Box Flat 269, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 23.
Box 211
Paul Kellogg and the Survey, 1952-1958 Box 211, Folder 336
Note Statement of the Survey at its discontinuance, eulogy for Paul U. Kellogg, editor.
 
La Hermosa Project, Church and Community Center, 1957 Box 211, Folder 337
Note Report on a project designed for Puerto Ricans in New York City.
 
Leisure Time Questionnaire, 1927 Box 211, Folder 338
Note Sent to settlement workers before the UNH conference of February 8, 1927, to see how they spent their leisure time. Completed forms are included.
 
Lower East Side Program Directors, 1949-1952 Box 211, Folder 339
Note Correspondence, minutes, survey of memberships.
Box Legal 241
Lusk Committee on Immigration and Naturalization, circa 1919-1922 Box Legal 241, Folder 14
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 3
Box 211
Melrose House, 1947-1950 Box 211, Folder 340
Note Correspondence, descriptive brochure of settlement purpose. Topics include: programs for Puerto Rican immigrants.
Box 216
Moses, Robert, 1949-1953 Box 216, Folder 390
Note Correspondence, newspaper clippings, reports. Topics include: land use for recreation and the New York Housing Authority. Correspondents include Helen M. Harris, Mary K. Simkhovitch, Robert Moses.
Box Legal 243
Music in Settlements, circa 1926-1927 Box Legal 243, Folder 27
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 8.
Box Legal 241
Nash, Henry. "Underlying Principles of Settlement Club Work," circa 1919-1924 Box Legal 241, Folder 17
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 4.
Box 216
National Agencies, 1945-1954 Box 216, Folder 391
Note Materials received by UNH from various national organizations, such as the NAACP, The American Indian Fund and American Association of Group Workers.
Box 217
National Education Association, 1951-1953 Box 217, Folder 399
Note Legislative news letters, copies of "The Public and Education," papers on federal aid to education and school construction.
 
National Jewish Welfare Board, 1945-1952 Box 217, Folder 400
Note Correspondence, printed materials about recreation and cultural needs of New York City Jews.
 
National Social Welfare Assembly, 1952-1954 Box 217, Folder 401
Note Materials sent to UNH from the National Social Welfare Assembly concerning abuses in social welfare.
 
National Urban League, 1943-1954 Box 217, Folder 402
Note Correspondence, press releases, reports. Topics include: interracial social planning in war industry committees, court work, family counseling, recreation, technical vocations for African Americans
 
Neighborhood Opinion Poll, 1939-1940 Box 217, Folder 403
Note UNH conducted a poll on neighborhood opinions on civil liberties, war and politics. This was one of the first systematic attempts to analyze the opinion of settlement members. Some topics are civil rights, presidential elections and a presidential third term, Father Charles E. Coughlin, and military service.
 
Neighborhood Planning Committee, 1936 Box 217, Folder 404
Note UNH created this committee to plan for social services in New York City. Correspondence, statements of purpose and function.
 
Neighborhood Study, 1927-1928 Box 217, Folder 405
Note UNH research secretary, Carey Batchelor, organized a survey in 1928 to determine what social and physical elements an "ideal" neighborhood should possess.
Box 220
New York Fund for Children, Finance, 1949-1951 Box 220, Folder 428
Note Correspondence and applications of UNH to the Fund for support. Topics include: public housing, UNH and "Neighborhood Houses Month," and UNH’s financial needs.
 
New York State Department of Education, Youth Council Services, 1946-1949 Box 220, Folder 434
Note Lists of publications of and relating to Youth Council Services.
Box 221
Queensbridge Community Association, Long Island, New York, 1946-1949 Box 221, Folder 448
Note Correspondence, reports on activities, staff questionnaires, dues receipts.
Box 220
Noblemaire (Mme. Rene Margot) Gracie Mansion Reception, 1953-1954 Box 220, Folder 436
Note Visit of the honorary secretary of the International Federation of Settlements, Mme. Rene Margot Noblemaire) to UNH in January, 1954. Publicity, articles, photographs, brief biographical sketch of Mme. Noblemaire and her contributions to settlements and human welfare.
Box 221
Radio Scripts, 1944 Box 221, Folder 449
Note Radio scripts used in settlement publicity. Topics include: philosophy of settlement work, settlement administration, volunteers, neighborhoods.
Box Legal 245
Recreation and Play Schools, circa 1929-1930 Box Legal 245, Folder 41
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 10.
Box Flat 266
Nursery School and Kindergarten, circa 1938-1939 Box Flat 266, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 20.
Box 221
Recreation Committee, 1952 Box 221, Folder 451
Note Materials from the New York Housing Authority on costs of New York Community Programs. UNH was concerned with development and improvement of community recreation programs.
Box 220
Open Air Theatre, 1928 Box 220, Folder 438
Note Correspondence, programs, materials used by UNH in promoting "open air" theatre projects among its member houses.
 
Pamphlets, 1930 Box 220, Folder 440
Note UNH programs and pamphlets, undated, ca. 1930.
Box 221
Play Schools Association, 1942-1953 Box 221, Folder 441
Note Correspondence and print materials on the importance of play school programs for children of working mothers during the war and post-war years. Other topics include: program philosophy, purposes and objectives.
 
Pomonok Community Center Day Camp, Flushing, New York, 1954-1955 Box 221, Folder 442
Note Correspondence, income statements, board of directors’ minutes, bylaws. Topics include: recreation, dramatics, finance.
 
Public Education, 1940 Box 221, Folder 443
Note Reports on school lunches in New York City.
 
Puerto Rico, 1948-1951 Box 221, Folder 447
Note Articles on: the police and the community, population and progress in Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico’s development of a welfare program.
 
Recreation Facilities Committee, 1934 Box 221, Folder 450
Note Correspondence, reports from settlements to UNH on efficient use of playground space and the importance of recreation facilities for youth.
 
Recreation Project, 1936-1937 Box 221, Folder 452
Note Fiscal report is included.
 
Recreation Reclassification Committee, 1954 Box 221, Folder 453
Note The committee was formed to aid the New York Civil Service Commission in its job of reclassifying the network of recreation positions in the various city departments. Salary qualifications for various positions as well as a definition of recreation are included.
Box 222
Reports, 1945-1947 Box 222, Folder 454
Note Miscellaneous committee reports. Topics include: “How the School and Community Worked Together In the Lower West Side," housing, settlement councils, and "The Responsibility of the Settlement House in Regard to Sex Education."
Box Legal 241
Russian Settlements, circa 1919-1922 Box Legal 241, Folder 14
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 3
Box Flat 266
Savings Bank Life Insurance, circa 1938-1939 Box Flat 266, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 20.
Box 222
Savings Bank Life Insurance, 1939-1940 Box 222, Folder 455
Note Correspondence concerning UNH’s course on savings bank life insurance.
 
Scholarships, 1931-1940 Box 222, Folder 456
Note Correspondence, reports regarding UNH’s scholarship awards, including a summary of UNH’s scholarship program, 1924-1933.
 
Social Education, 1927-1929 Box 222, Folder 465
Note UNH sponsored courses in social education at member settlements. Enclosed are summaries of social education discussions, selected bibliographies, and a history of social education courses of UNH.
 
Staff Luncheons, 1921-1928 Box 222, Folder 466
Note Contains reports made by the Executive Secretary of UNH after visiting headworkers of member settlements. The reports describe many problems of member houses including finances, housing, and staffing.
Box 220
Study of UNH, circa 1931 Box 220, Folder 439
Note Study outline
Box Legal 244
Summer Camp, circa 1927-1928 Box Legal 244, Folder 36
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 9.
Box 223
Summer Camp Cost Project, 1948-1952 Box 223, Folder 472
Note Reports on the cost of operating camps.
 
Summer Camps, 1920-1923 Box 223, Folder 471
Note Publicity photographs, camp counselors’ materials.
 
Summer Programs, 1928-1948 Box 223, Folder 473
Note Correspondence and lists showing settlements and their summer activities, plans for programs in settlements.
Box Flat 266
Summer Work in Settlements, circa 1938-1939 Box Flat 266, Folder
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 20.
Box Legal 243
Summer Work, Day Camps, circa 1926-1927 Box Legal 243, Folder 30
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 8. Questionnaires, budgets.
Box Legal 241
Tenement House Committee of the Charity Organization Society, circa 1919-1924 Box Legal 241, Folder 16
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 4.
Box 202
The Daily Compass , New York City newspaper 1951 Box 202, Folder 234
Note Articles by Alexander Crosby, "How They Wrecked the Welfare Department."
Box 223
Ticket Committee, 1934-1940 Box 223, Folder 475
Note Writing contests and free concert and circus tickets.
Box Legal 241
Unemployment, circa 1919-1922 Box Legal 241, Folder 13
Note CONTAINED IN SCRAPBOOK 3
Box 223
Veterans, 1944-1946 Box 223, Folder 476
Note Includes correspondence, a selected bibliography on the World War II veteran, and lists of veterans’ services in New York City. Also includes materials for a discussion group of veterans and civilians formed to facilitate the re-entry of veterans into civilian life. Reports on "The Veteran and the Settlement," "The Problem of the Ages," care of youth during war-time.
 
Volunteers, 1925-1948 Box 223, Folder 477
Note Correspondence, volunteer forms, lists of volunteers, studies, and memoranda regarding use of volunteers in the settlements.
 
Volunteers, 1950 Box 223, Folder 478
Note Includes surveys on the need for and use of volunteers in health, welfare, educational and recreational organizations of New York City and some settlement reports on use of volunteers.
 
Women’s City Club of New York City, 1948-1952 Box 223, Folder 479
Note Correspondence, constitution and bylaws, committee papers. Topics include: reform of New York State government, state finances.
 
Youth Subcommittee, 1942-1944 Box 223, Folder 480
Note Topics include: delinquency, recreation, attitudes of children in the settlements, use of volunteers, reintegration of veterans into the community, and group work practices with young people.
 
Series 3 Programs, Organizations, and Subjects, 1930-1980s,  
Note Series 3 is closely related to Series 2. Researchers will need to search both series in order to obtain all available information on many topics. Information on filing policies will help the researcher to use this series. With few exceptions, Series 3 comprises Executive Director Helen M. Harris's central files. Materials from other staff members, such as Juliet Brudney and Saul Goldzweig, were filed with the appropriate topics elsewhere in the UNH records. Series 3 starts with a small set of files that UNH identified as relating to "Programs and Activities." These topics are grouped by program and are not filed alphabetically. The "Programs and Activities" files are followed by an long alphabetical list of files on organizations and topics for which more substantial documentation exists. These are often documented in both Series 2 and Series 3. Subjects in this list may include numerous subheadings. This is particularly true of the "New York City" files.
The second part of the series comprises alphabetically arranged files on general topics. A chronologically arranged set of memoranda to headworkers and general correspondence is filed at the beginning of these general subject files. (Copies of most of these memoranda are dispersed throughout the collection.) The chronological memoranda may provide a sense of the variety and development of UNH's areas of interest over time. The general correspondence, on the other hand, cannot be found elsewhere in the collection. Unlike the rest of series 2 and 3, most of the general correspondence folders contain material UNH staff members considered quite routine or general in nature and need to be consulted only when researchers wish to conduct a very thorough search. Following the memoranda and general correspondence files, the researcher will find an alphabetical list of topics that are less well-documented and that do not usually overlap with Series 2. Finally, an alphabetical list of boxes containing subject files from the 1960s to 1980 that have not yet been fully processed by the archives concludes the series. The researcher will need to contact the archives for additional information on this last group of files.
In cases of organizational name changes, all material was filed under the most current name at the time the records were processed. Patrons searching for an organization should start with its most recent name and try earlier versions as needed.
Several subjects or organizations deserve special note. The series contains considerable material from or about the Community Council of Greater New York. The Day Care Council, an organization that UNH helped organize in 1948, is also well represented, as is the topic of day care in general. Consumer issues, especially the files of the Consumer-Farmer Milk Cooperative and records of UNH's other efforts to provide low-cost, fresh milk to neighborhood residents, are also well documented. Housing topics are also common, include the cost, quality and availability of housing. Public housing projects and UNH's efforts to serve their residents are documented here and in Series 5. Of note are the efforts of UNH and other city civic groups to provide recreational areas in public housing projects. Medicaid and Medicare are other subjects that attracted intense UNH attention. UNH sponsored a public hearing, "Witness for Medicaid," a "Motorcade for Medicaid," and a congressional letter writing campaign and participated in a public awareness program, "Medicare Alert."
UNH staff members were quite active in city and state politics and affairs. Very often, they served on government commissions or testified before an official body. Executive Director Helen M. Harris, for example, served on the Mayor's Task Force on Youth and Work, an advisory committee to the Department of Health's Day Camp Unit, Head Start Advisory Committee, and chaired the Planning and Coordinating Committee of the Council against Poverty (from which she resigned, charging that the committee neither planned nor coordinated). Harris, together with Henry Street Settlement's Helen Hall, also was a member of the Advisory Committee to the State Consumer Counsel. Many of these organizations are represented in the files.
 
Programs and Activities,  
 
Riverside Park,  
Box Map Case 1
Adele R. Levy Memorial, 1961 Box Map Case 1, Folder
Note Drawings and plans by architect, Isamu Noguchi.
Box 38
Correspondence and Memoranda, 1961-1966 Box 38, Folder 5 to 6
Note See also: Bloomingdale Neighborhood Conservation Project files.
 
Clippings, 1962-1966 Box 38, Folder 7
 
Financial Contributions and Related Correspondence, 1961-1967 Box 38, Folder 8 to 9
 
Adele R. Levy Committee, 1963-1966 Box 38, Folder 10
Note Minutes
Box Legal 254
Neighborhood Council for the Redevelopment of Riverside Park, 1963-1966 Box Legal 254, Folder 5
Note Support group
Box 38
Riverside Parks and Playground Committee 1963 Box 38, Folder 11
Note Opposition group.
 
Social Security,  
Box 38
Title IV and Title XVI, 1971-1972 Box 38, Folder 12 to 13
Note  Title IV (services to families and children) and Title XVI (services to disabled, aged, and blind) correspondence, memoranda, and reference material.
 
Reference Material , 1969-1972 Box 38, Folder 14
Note Includes applicable sections of the Federal Register.
Box 39
Member House "Facts Sheets," 1971 Box 39, Folder 1
Note Proposals, Budgets, etc
 
Title IV, UNH Program Proposal and Agreements, 1971-1972 Box 39, Folder 2
 
Homemaker/Housekeeper Proposals, 1972 Box 39, Folder 3
 
Title XVI, Member House Questionnaires, 1971-1972 Box 39, Folder 4
 
"Witness for Survival,"  
Box 39
Correspondence, Memoranda, and Clippings 1969 Box 39, Folder 5
Note UNH-sponsored public hearing on welfare payment cuts. Welfare rights campaign.
 
Hearing Transcript and Lists of Witnesses, undated. Box 39, Folder 6 to 7
 
Testimony Selections, 1969 Box 39, Folder 8
 
Report, Summaries, and Announcements, 1969 Box 39, Folder 9
 
Photographs, 1969 Box 39, Folder 10
Box Legal 254
Grant Application, Alternatives to Detention for Youth, Ages16-21, 1971-1972 Box Legal 254, Folder 4
Box 38
Anti-Poverty Institute Proposal to Taconic Foundation, 1968 Box 38, Folder 1
 
Music Program Proposal, 1962 Box 38, Folder 3
Box 37
Program Development, 1968, 1971 Box 37, Folder 20
Box 38
Proposal for Planning and Developing an Educational Program Service to Settlement Houses, 1971 Box 38, Folder 2
 
Research and Demonstration Grants and General Material regarding Grants, 1962 Box 38, Folder 4
 
Aging Programs,  
Box 43
Correspondence and Memoranda, 1951-1973 Box 43, Folder 2 to3
Note 1951-1952, 1962-1973
 
Senior Recreation Programs, 1957-1961 Box 43, Folder 4 to 5
Box Legal 254
Clippings, 1958-1961 Box Legal 254, Folder 6
 
American Association of Social Workers,  
Box 43
New York City Chapter Legislative Committee, 1954-1955 Box 43, Folder 7
 
Bedford-Stuyvesant ,  
Box 43
Discussion regarding Establishing a New Settlement House, 1968 Box 43, Folder 18
 
Development and Services Corporation, 1968 Box 43, Folder 19
Box Legal 254
Youth in Action,  Box Legal 254, Folder 8
 
Citizens’ Housing and Planning Council,  
Box 44
Correspondence, 1950-1966 Box 44, Folder 25
 
Advisory Committee on Public Housing Design, 1959 Box 44, Folder 27
Box Legal 254
Emergency Committee for More Low Rent Housing, 1963 Box Legal 254, Folder 10
Box 44
Subcommittee on Income Limitations and Continued Occupancy, 1963 Box 44, Folder 26
 
Tenant Relations Subcommittee, 1957-1958 Box 44, Folder 29
 
Rent Control, 1960-1964 Box 44, Folder 28
 
Citizens’ Union of the City of New York,  
Box 45
Correspondence, 1940-1971 Box 45, Folder 1
Note 1940, 1954, 1957-1959, 1963-1965, 1968, 1970-1971
Box Legal 254
Ad Hoc Charter Commission, 1962 Box Legal 254, Folder 11
Box 45
Committee on School Organization, 1961-1962 Box 45, Folder 2
 
Community Council of Greater New York,  
Note The Community Council of Greater New York files are listed in alphabetical order. The records include files from the Council's predecessor, the Welfare and Health Council of New York City. The Welfare and Health Council files appear after the Community Council files and are listed in alphabetical order.
Box 46
Auditor’s Reports, 1963, 1965 Box 46, Folder 1
Box 47
Ad Hoc Committee on Relocation Services, 1960 Box 47, Folder 4
 
Board Policy Committee, 1970-1971 Box 47, Folder 15
Note Statements, memoranda, and minutes
 
Buses at the Palisades, 1965 Box 47, Folder 5
 
City-Wide Committee to Promote State Aid to Social Programs, undated Box 47, Folder 11
 
Committee on Comprehensive Health Planning, 1968 Box 47, Folder 10
Box 46
Committee on Narcotics, 1951-1962 Box 46, Folder 6 to 8
Note Minutes, memoranda, and correspondence.
Box 47
Contributors Information Bureau, 1965-1968 Box 47, Folder 6
Box 45
General Correspondence and Memoranda, 1928-1973 Box 45, Folder 20-22
Note Includes the Welfare Council of New York City and the Welfare and Health Council of New York City. Dates include: 1928, 1938, 1946-1948, 1950-1951, 1953-1968, 1970-1973
Box 46
Delegate Body Committee, 1953-1954 Box 46, Folder 12
Box 47
Discussion of the Mayor’s Temporary Commission on Narcotics Addiction, 1965 Box 47, Folder 7
 
Fortieth Anniversary Commemorative Luncheon, 1966 Box 47, Folder 8
Box 46
Group Work and Recreation Committee, 1951-1966 Box 46, Folder 9 to 10
Note Minutes, memoranda and correspondence. Dates: 1951, 1953-1957, 1959-1966
 
"Memorandum on the Use of the Social Service Exchange by Group Work Agencies," 1939 Box 46, Folder 3
Box 47
Neighborhood and Regional Planning Board, 1959-1961 Box 47, Folder 1 to 2
Note Minutes, announcements, and reports
Box 46
Neighborhood and Regional Planning Board, 1956-1958 Box 46, Folder 14
Note Minutes, announcements, and reports
 
Planned Parenthood Controversy, 1953 Box 46, Folder 13
Box 47
Rally to Protest Inadequate Government Planning in Cities, 1968 Box 47, Folder 9
Box 46
Recreation Services in Public Housing Projects Subcommittee, 1951-1952 Box 46, Folder 11
 
Reorganization from the Welfare and Health Council of New York City, 1953-1956 Box 46, Folder 2
Note Includes bylaws
Box 47
Reorganization of the New York City Department of Social Services, 1969-1972 Box 47, Folder 12 to 14
Note Minutes, conference agenda, and statements
 
Survey of City Services to the Disabled, Aged, and Blind, 1970 Box 47, Folder 16
Note Questionnaires, survey and report
 
Youth Services Committee, 1956-1957 Box 47, Folder 3
 
Welfare and Health Council of New York City 1928-1953 
Note The Welfare Council of New York City and the Welfare and Health Council of New York City were predecessors of the Community Council of Greater New York.
Box 234
Advisory Committee, 1946-1949 Box 234, Folder 609
Note Advisory Committee proposals for improved welfare services in various fields.
Box 235
Advisory Committee, 1949-1951 Box 235, Folder 610-611
Note Advisory Committee proposals.
Box 46
"Tentative Plan for Affiliation of the United Neighborhood Houses with the Welfare Council of New York City," 1947 Box 46, Folder 5
Box 234
Affiliation Plan, 1947 Box 234, Folder 608
Note Affiliation plan between UNH and Welfare Council.
 
Board of Directors, 1953 Box 234, Folder 605
 
Board of Directors, 1954-1955 Box 234, Folder 606
Note Correspondence, annual election, reports; Helen M. Harris of UNH served on the Board of Directors.
Box 236
Board of Education and Welfare Council Joint Committee, 1947-1949 Box 236, Folder 630
Note Correspondence, reports, papers of Dorothy C. Kahn.
Box Legal 239
Bylaws, 1950-1951  Box Legal 239, Folder 5
Note Copies of bylaws. (Separated from Box 56 Folder 605)
Box 235
Central Coordinating Committee, 1949-1950 Box 235, Folder 612-614
Note Minutes dealing with current substantive issues.
Box 236
Central Harlem Street Club’s Project, 1948 Box 236, Folder 628
Note Interim report discusses the development of the Project and its objectives, plans, and hopes for the future.
 
Conference Group on Group Work and Recreation Committee, 1945-1953 
Box 235
Steering Committee, 1945-1947 Box 235, Folder 617
Note Correspondence, minutes; welfare agency standards, methods of group work, public relations and welfare agencies, immigration, in-service training courses for schools of social work, social action programs, recreation, cooperation with youth councils, coordination between the Welfare Council and welfare agencies, professional criteria for social workers in group work and recreation. Reports re housing, care for the handicapped.
 
Steering Committee, 1948-1950 Box 235, Folder 615
Note Correspondence, materials, mostly steering committee items. Helen M. Harris of UNH served on this committee.
Box 236
Steering Committee, 1949, 1952-1953 Box 236, Folder 619-621
Box 235
Steering Committee Correspondence and Miscellaneous Records, 1950-1951 Box 235, Folder 616
 
Steering Committee Correspondence and Minutes, 1947-1948 Box 235, Folder 618
Box 236
Subcommittee on Recreation in Public Housing, 1947-1949 Box 236, Folder 622
 
Consumer Problems Committee, 1948 Box 236, Folder 623
Box 234
Contributions, 1948-1953 Box 234, Folder 607
Note List of personal contributions.
Box 236
Correspondence and Miscellaneous Records, 1947-1949 Box 236, Folder 624
Note Correspondence, newsletters; the function of the Welfare Council, relief programs, mental hygiene, social welfare research projects.
Dates: 1947-1949, 1951-1954
 
Correspondence and Miscellaneous Records, 1951-1953 Box 236, Folder 625
Note Correspondence, newsletters, annual reports, minutes of special committees, monthly bulletins; Catholic Charities and Planned Parenthood, day care, education, adoptions, rehabilitation of the handicapped, health, aged, chronically ill, care of alcoholics, drug use, administration of health and welfare service; Helen M. Harris of UNH served on several committees of this organization.
 
Correspondence and Miscellaneous Records, 1954 Box 236, Folder 626
Note Correspondence, minutes of the central planning board, various studies on such topics as transportation for the handicapped, voluntary agencies and fee schedules, integration of immigrants.
 
Greater New York Fund, 1950 Box 236, Folder 627
Note Correspondence, reports, studies to analyze the policies and procedures of the Greater New York Fund.
Box 238
Membership Statistics Subcommittee, 1948 Box 238, Folder 645
Note Correspondence and related committee materials. Topics include: informal education and group work services and recreation in public housing projects. Several members of UNH staff served on this subcommittee.
Box 237
New York State Youth Commission, 1949-1950 Box 237, Folder 631
Note Correspondence, minutes, reports.
 
Personnel Standards Study, 1943 Box 237, Folder 632
Note Summary of a Study of Personnel Standards in Group Work Agencies in New York City,’ by Henry J. Kellermann; Suggestions for the Use of Personnel Study Materials," by the Research Bureau of the Welfare
 
Planned Parenthood, 1952-1953 Box 237, Folder 633
Note Correspondence, minutes, materials reflecting controversy over admission of Planned Parenthood Committee of Mothers’ Health Council of New York City.
 
Correspondence, Statements, 1953 Box 237, Folder 634
 
Correspondence and Newspaper Clippings, 1953 Box 237, Folder 635
Note Regarding conflict over admission of Birth Control Clinic to Welfare Council.
Box 236
Project Committee on Employment and Guidance of Youth, 1950-1951 Box 236, Folder 629
Note Minutes, reports on selective service and assorted projects.
Box 237
Publications and Studies, 1944-1946 Box 237, Folder 636
Note Correspondence, studies on leadership and responsibility in planning for public and voluntary recreation service in New York City. Other topics include: functions, programs, purposes, bylaws and activities of UNH.
 
Publications and Studies, 1946-1950 Box 237, Folder 637
Note Correspondence, welfare projects, summary of conference on child care, and Welfare Council newsletters.
 
Puerto Rican Children Report, 1950 Box 237, Folder 639
Note The report discusses needs of Puerto Rican immigrant children.
 
Rateable Share Plan, 1946-1947 Box 237, Folder 638
Note UNH’s dues payments to Welfare Council.
 
Recreation Planning Committee, 1947-1948 Box 237, Folder 640
Note Correspondence, press releases, memoranda, and a summary of the history of recreation planning and coordination in New York City, 1911-1940
 
Recreation Survey, 1944-1945 Box 237, Folder 641
Note The Welfare Council of New York City did a survey of the recreational facilities available in New York City settlements, Includes raw data and finished statistical tables.
Box 238
Reorganization, 1946 Box 238, Folder 642
Note Correspondence, minutes on proposed reorganization of Welfare Council and its financial difficulties.
 
Settlement Evaluation Outline, 1939 Box 238, Folder 643
Note Evaluation appears to have been prepared by the Membership Committee of the Section on Social Group Work and Recreation. Contains statement of policy, philosophy and objectives. Includes discussion of arts and crafts in the settlements.
 
Settlement Survey, 1928 Box 238, Folder 644
Note Materials used in a survey of programs offered in city settlements.
Box 46
Social Service Housing Committee, 1941-1947 Box 46, Folder 4
Box 238
Training Committee, 1949-1950 Box 238, Folder 646
Note Correspondence, minutes; professionalism, role of volunteers, educational standards.
 
Welfare and Health Council of New York City Youth Council Project Committee, 1948-1952 Box 238, Folder 648
Note Correspondence, summaries of minutes.
 
Youth Councils Committee, 1945-1950 Box 238, Folder 647
Note Correspondence, materials regarding UNH’s cooperation with the Welfare Council of New York City to address youth problems.
 
Community Service Society,  
Box 47
Correspondence and Memoranda, 1960-1967 Box 47, Folder 19
 
Day Care Study, 1959, 1963 Box 47, Folder 20
 
Housing Standards and Code Enforcement, 1962 Box 47, Folder 21
 
Consumer-Farmer Milk Cooperative,  
Box 48
Announcements, 1939, 1945 Box 48, Folder 8
 
Minutes of the Board of Directors, 1954-1970 Box 48, Folder 9 to11
 
Correspondence, Memoranda, and Clippings, 1951-1970 Box 48, Folder 12
Note 1951, 1953, 1955-1961, 1965, 1967-1968, 1970
Box Legal 254
Licensing Hearings Memoranda and Profit Sharing Material, 1953-1955 Box Legal 254, Folder 12
 
Testimony and Statements, 1938-1966 Box Legal 254, Folder 13
Note 1938, 1955-1958, 1966
 
Consumer Issues,  
Box 48
Miscellaneous Correspondence and Records, 1934-1970 Box 48, Folder 13
Note 1934, 1938, 1951, 1955-1956, 1958, 1961, 1963, 1965-1966, 1968-1970
 
"Case Histories," 1955-1956 Box 48, Folder 14
 
Credit Buying Clippings, 1960 Box 48, Folder 15
 
Meat Grading, 1938 Box 48, Folder 16
 
Milk, 1934-1962 Box 48, Folder 17 to 19
Note 1934, 1936-1939, 1952, 1954-1962
 
Milk Stations, 1956-1957 Box 48, Folder 20
Box Legal 254
Milk Station Contracts between New York City Housing Authority and UNH, 1956-1959 Box Legal 254, Folder 14
 
Milk Consumers Protective League, 1938 Box Legal 254, Folder 15
Note News release
Box 49
National Association of Consumers, 1952-1957 Box 49, Folder 1
 
Consumers League of New York, 1951 Box 49, Folder 2
Box Legal 254
Consumers National Federation, 1938 Box Legal 254, Folder 16
Box 49
Consumers Union, 1958-1959 Box 49, Folder 3
 
Day Care,  
 
Day Care Council ,  
Box 49
Minutes of the Board of Directors, 1950-1957, 1960, 1970- 71 Box 49, Folder 14 to 15
Box 50
Personnel Practices Committee, 1949-1951 Box 50, Folder 2
 
Joint Committee of Representatives of the Day Care Council and the Department of Welfare, 1951-1955, 1957-1961 Box 50, Folder 4
Box 49
Certificate of Incorporation, Bylaws, 1950-1953 Box 49, Folder 16
 
Memoranda, Press Releases, and Statements, 1947-1959, 1962, 1970 Box 49, Folder 18
Box 50
Correspondence, 1950-1957 Box 50, Folder 1
Box Legal 254
Legislative Efforts of UNH and the Day Care Council, 1947-1949 Box Legal 254, Folder 19
Box 49
Legislative Bulletins Published by the Day Care Council and UNH, 1970-1971 Box 49, Folder 17
Box 50
Scripts, 1950, 1952 Box 50, Folder 3
Box 49
Day Care Memoranda and Correspondence, 1942, 1952-1955, 1972 Box 49, Folder 10
Note Includes legislative material and bylaws of the Sound View Child Care facility
 
Studies and Questionnaires Returned by Member Houses, 1947 Box 49, Folder 13
Box Legal 254
Statistics Compiled by the Welfare Council of New York City, 1951-1954 Box Legal 254, Folder 17
 
Clippings, 1958-1964 Box Legal 254, Folder 18
Note See also: Citizens Committee for Children, Day Care Section, 1946-1949
Box 49
"Horan Report " An Evaluation of the State-Aided Child Day Care Program, 1947 Box 49, Folder 9
 
National Committee for the Day Care of Children, 1960-1965 Box 49, Folder 11
 
National Conference on the Day Care of Children, 1959-1960 Box 49, Folder 12
 
East Harlem Council for Community Planning,  
Box 50
Bylaws, 1944 Box 50, Folder 8
 
Correspondence, Memoranda, and General Mailings, 1944-1945, 1960-1965 Box 50, Folder 9 to 11
 
East Harlem Town Hall Meeting, 1960 Box 50, Folder 12
 
Youth Committee - Summer Festivals, 1960-1964 Box 50, Folder 13 to 14
 
The East Harlem Project,  
Box 51
Correspondence, Memoranda, and General Mailings, 1960-1964, undated Box 51, Folder 2 to 3
Note Joint project of the James Weldon Johnson Center and Union Settlement. See also: James Weldon Johnson Center, "Mondays at the Plaza."
 
Apprenticeships in Community Development, 1962 Box 51, Folder 4
 
Proposal for Five-Year Demonstration Project at Benjamin Franklin High School, Social Studies and Foreign Languages Program. 1959-1960 Box 51, Folder 5
 
Health,  
Box 52
General topics, 1941, 1946-1947, 1950, 1956 Box 52, Folder 19
 
Comprehensive Planning for Health Services, 1967-1968 Box 52, Folder 20
Note Memoranda by UNH
 
Comprehensive Planning for Health Services, 1967-1968 Box 52, Folder 21
Note Memoranda by the Community Council of Greater New’ York and others.
 
Health and Hospital Planning Council of Southern New York, Committee of 100, 1968 Box 52, Folder 22
 
Health Insurance - General, 1954, 1960, 1964 Box 52, Folder 23
 
Optical Membership Plan, 1948-1949 Box 52, Folder 24
Box Legal 254
Optical Membership Plan,  Box Legal 254, Folder 20
Note Clippings
 
Housing,  
 
Housing Legislation,  
Box 53
New York City, 1955-1957, 1959-1961 Box 53, Folder 1
Note Includes Sharkey-Brown-Isaacs Fair Housing Bill
 
New York State, 1953-1957, 1960-1964, 1969 Box 53, Folder 2
 
United States, 1951, 1955-1959, 1964 Box 53, Folder 3
 
Housing Projects and Subjects,  
Box 52
Miscellaneous Housing Topics, 1948 Box 52, Folder 29
 
Vacant Apartments , 1928 Box 52, Folder 30
Box 53
Middle Income Cooperative , 1962 Box 53, Folder 4
Note Authorized by the Mitchell-Lama Act
 
Survey of Tenant Needs, 1959 Box 53, Folder 5
 
Settlement Tax Status, 1961 Box 53, Folder 6
Note UNH efforts toward preserving tax-exempt status of settlements that sponsored housing projects. Focus is on Hamilton-Madison House.
Box 54
“The Housing that Haunts New York" , 1963-1965 Box 54, Folder 1
Note Scripts of WMCA Broadcast Programs and Editorials
Box Legal 254
Clippings, 1954-1965 Box Legal 254, Folder 21
 
Public Housing,  
Box 53
General, 1952-1954, 1957, 1960, 1962 Box 53, Folder 7
 
Committee on Community Facilities, 1954, 1957-1959 Box 53, Folder 8
Note Minutes, Correspondence, and Supporting Material
 
Low Rent, 1962-1964 Box 53, Folder 9
 
Provision of Recreational Space, 1948-1952, 1953-1958 Box 53, Folder 10 to 11
Note Correspondence and memoranda. Includes some material from Committee on Coordination of Recreational Services in New York City. See also: Committee to Consider Coordination of Recreation Services
 
Queensview Development, 1949 Box 53, Folder 12
Note Includes floor plans
 
Racial Integration, 1961 Box 53, Folder 13
 
Taft Houses, 1955, 1962 Box 53, Folder 14
Note Includes map and drawings
 
Vassar and Lincoln Settlement Housing Project, 1949-1950 Box 53, Folder 15
 
York Avenue Project, 1955-1956 Box 53, Folder 16
Note UNH opposes. See also: New York City, Housing Authority.
 
Isaacs, Stanley,  
Box 55
Campaign for Manhattan Borough President, 1937-1938 Box 55, Folder 6
 
Controversy over appointment of Simon Gerson to Public Office, 1938 Box 55, Folder 7
Note Appointment of Simon Gerson (alleged Communist) to Public Office.
 
Biographical, 1951, 1954, 1960-1963, 1970 Box 55, Folder 8
Note Biography, Jane Addams Award, correspondence, and clippings regarding Isaacs' death,
 
Juvenile Delinquency,  
Box 55
Correspondence and Memoranda, 1942, 1944-1945, 1954-1957, 1959-1962,  Box 55, Folder 18
Box Legal 254
Clippings, 1958-1963 Box Legal 254, Folder 23
 
Medicaid,  
Box 56
Correspondence and Memoranda, 1966-1967 Box 56, Folder 21
Box 57
Correspondence and Memoranda, 1968-1969, 1971 Box 57, Folder 1 to 2
 
Medicaid Alert, 1966-1967 Box 57, Folder 3
 
Congressional Correspondence, 1967 Box 57, Folder 4
 
Public Hearing "Witness for Medicaid," 1967 Box 57, Folder 5
 
Motorcade for Medicaid, 1968 Box 57, Folder 6
 
Citizens’ Committee for Medicaid, 1966-1968 Box 57, Folder 7
 
Medicare,  
Box 57
General, 1963-1968 Box 57, Folder 9 to 10
Note Includes Community Council of Greater New York’s Ad Hoc Committee on Title XIX Medicare.
 
Medicare Alert, 1965-1966 Box 57, Folder 11
Box Legal 255
New York City Economic Opportunity Committee, 1965 Box Legal 255, Folder 2
Note Press releases
 
UNH’s Contract with the Economic Opportunity Committee, 1966 Box Legal 255, Folder 3
Note See also: Project Janus filed in the Special Projects, Series 4.
 
Mobilization for Youth,  
Box 58
General, 1959, 1962, 1964-1966, 1968, 1971 Box 58, Folder 3 to 5
Box Legal 255
Anti-Poverty Operations Board Chairman’s Report, 1964 Box Legal 255, Folder 4
Box 58
New Health Occupations, 1965, 1967 Box 58, Folder 6
Box Legal 255
Clippings, 1959-1966 Box Legal 255, Folder 5
Note See also: UNH Fall Conference, 1964.
 
National Association of Social Workers,  
Box 58
Miscellaneous Records, 1971-1972 Box 58, Folder 10
 
National Conference on Social Welfare,  
Box 58
General Correspondence and Memoranda , undated Box 58, Folder 17
 
New York City Meeting, 1961 - March 1962 Box 58, Folder 18
Box 59
New York City Meeting, 1962 Box 59, Folder 1
 
Methods of Social Action, 1965 Box 59, Folder 2
 
National Social Welfare Assembly,  
Box 61
General Correspondence and Memoranda, 1961-1964, 1969 Box 61, Folder 10
 
Annual Meeting - UNH’s Role, 1969 Box 61, Folder 11
 
Committee on the Aging, 1959 Box 61, Folder 12
 
Committee on Social Issues and Policies, 1962 Box 61, Folder 13
 
Committee to Consider Unemployment Insurance, 1961 Box 61, Folder 14
Note Regarding coverage for non-profit organizations.
 
Consultation on Public Youth Work Camps, 1960-1962 Box 61, Folder 15
 
Consultation on Public Urban Youth Programs, 1961-1962  Box 61, Folder 16
 
New York Association of Senior Centers,  
Box Legal 255
Bylaws and Certificate of Incorporation, 1962, 1964 Box Legal 255, Folder 8
Box 62
Minutes of the Board of Directors, 1962-1964, 1966-1970 Box 62, Folder 3
 
Correspondence and Memoranda, 1962-1970 Box 62, Folder 4 to 5
 
New York City,  
Note There are two lists of The New York City-related subject headings. Subjects that are more comprehensively documented are listed first in alphabetical order. A number of these subject headings also appear in Series 2. The second list consists of subjects that tend to be less well-documented and do not usually appear in Series 2. These files are also listed in alphabetical order.
 
Borough President’s Community Planning Board, District 3,  
Box Legal 255
Minutes and Correspondence, 1954-1956 Box Legal 255, Folder 9
 
Borough President’s Community Planning Board, District 4,  
Box 62
Career and Salary Board of Appeals, 1959 Box 62, Folder 17
 
Civil Service Commission,  
Box 62
General, 1949-1951, 1954-1955, 1958 Box 62, Folder 20
Box 63
Recreation Workers Reclassification, 1954-1955 Box 63, Folder 1
 
Brookings Recommendation to Establish a Position of Administrative Aide, 1963 Box 63, Folder 2
 
Council against Poverty,  
Box Legal 255
Lists of Members and Committees, 1964-1966 Box Legal 255, Folder 10
Box 63
Correspondence, 1966-1967 Box 63, Folder 7
 
Planning and Coordinating Committee,  
Box Legal 255
Minutes and Agendas, 1965-1966 Box Legal 255, Folder 11 to 12
Box 63
Correspondence and Memoranda, 1965-1966 Box 63, Folder 8 to 9
Box Legal 255
Correspondence, 1965-1966 Box Legal 255, Folder 13
Box 63
Subcommittee on Program Priorities, 1965 Box 63, Folder 10
 
New York City Department of Health,  
 
Day Camps,  
Box 64
Proposed Code Revisions, 1952 Box 64, Folder 6
 
Correspondence, 1946-1953 Box 64, Folder 7
 
Advisory Committee to the Day Camp Unit, 1951-1959 Box 64, Folder 8 to 10
Box Legal 257
Public Hearings to Discuss Proposed Code Changes, 1955 Box Legal 257, Folder 4
Box 64
General, 1964 Box 64, Folder 11
 
New York City Department of Welfare,  
Box 69
General Correspondence and Memoranda, 1952-1955, 1957-1961 Box 69, Folder 4
 
Memoranda by Irma Minges, 1950-1951 Box 69, Folder 5
 
Home Helper Project, 1966-1967 Box 69, Folder 7
 
Welfare Workers’ Strike, 1965 Box 69, Folder 6
 
Head Start Committee,  
Box 63
Minutes, 1965 - May 1966 Box 63, Folder 13
Box Legal 255
Minutes, June - December 1966 Box Legal 255, Folder 14
Box 63
Minutes, January - October 1967 Box 63, Folder 14
Box Legal 255
Minutes, 1968-1969 Box Legal 255, Folder 15
Box 63
Committee Report, 1967 Box 63, Folder 15
Box 64
Committee Structure, circa 1966 Box 64, Folder 1
Box Legal 255
Memoranda, Correspondence, and Reports, 1965-1968 Box Legal 255, Folder 16
 
Subcommittees, General, 1965, 1968-1969 Box Legal 255, Folder 17
Note Lists and Minutes
Box 64
Subcommittee on Structure and Function, November 1967 - 1968 Box 64, Folder 2 to 3
Note Minutes, reports, correspondence, and memoranda.
 
Head Start Director’s and Policy Advisory Committee, 1968-1969  Box 64, Folder 4
Note Minutes
 
City-Wide Head Start Committee, 1969 Box 64, Folder 5
Note By Laws
Box Legal 256
Local and Federal Head Start Administrative Agencies, 1965-1969, undated Box Legal 256, Folder 1 to 2
 
Participating Agencies and Facilities, 1965-1967, undated  Box Legal 256, Folder 3
 
Demographic Survey of New York City Poverty Agencies, 1967 Box Legal 256, Folder 4
 
Federation of Independent Head Start Centers, 1966, 1968 Box Legal 256, Folder 5
 
Financial, 1966, 1968 Box Legal 256, Folder 6
 
Guidelines, 1965-1966 Box Legal 256, Folder 7
 
Health, 1965 Box Legal 256, Folder 8
 
New York City’s Application for Head Start Funds, circa 1965 Box Legal 256, Folder 9
 
New York City’s Composite Proposal for 1966 Summer Program, 1966 Box Legal 256, Folder 10
 
Personnel, 1965 Box Legal 256, Folder 11
 
Problems, 1966 Box Legal 256, Folder 12
 
Publicity, 1965-1966, 1969, undated Box Legal 256, Folder 13
 
Recreation, 1965 Box Legal 256, Folder 14
 
Reports, 1965-1966, undated Box Legal 256, Folder 15
Box Legal 257
Training Proposal, 1967 Box Legal 257, Folder 1
 
New York University’s Training Program, 1968-1969 Box Legal 257, Folder 2
 
General Reference, 1968, undated Box Legal 257, Folder 3
 
New York City Housing Authority,  
Box 65
Correspondence, 1953-1955, 1958-1960, 1962-1969  Box 65, Folder 2
 
Eviction of Undesirable Tenants and Standards for Admission, 1958, 1960-1962 Box 65, Folder 3
 
Housing Authority and Settlements, 1968 Box 65, Folder 5
 
Racial Integration, 1960 Box 65, Folder 4
 
Social Services, 1959, 1960, 1963 Box 65, Folder 6
 
Tenant’s Advisory Committee, 1959, 1962 Box 65, Folder 7
 
New York City Housing and Redevelopment Board,  
Box 65
Correspondence, 1961, 1963-1966  Box 65, Folder 9
 
Citizens’ Advisory Committee, 1961-1966 Box 65, Folder 10 to 12
 
Report on Human Relations, 1964 Box 65, Folder 13
 
New York City Human Resources Administration,  
 
Department of Social Services,  
Box 66
General, 1967-1969 Box 66, Folder 4
 
UNH and Community Council of Greater New York’s Monitoring Projects, 1971-1973 Box 66, Folder 5
 
Correspondence and Memoranda, 1966-1972 Box 66, Folder 1 to 2
 
Community Development Agency, 1966-1968 Box 66, Folder 3
 
Mayor’s Office,  
Box 66
Robert Wagner, 1956-1965 Box 66, Folder 10
 
John Lindsay, 1966-1970 Box 66, Folder 11
 
Timothy Costello, Deputy Mayor, 1966-1967 Box 66, Folder 12
 
Mayor’s Task Force on Youth and Work,  
Box 67
Minutes, Correspondence, and Statements, 1961-1962 Box 67, Folder 3 to 5
 
Minutes, Agendas, and Reports, 1964-1965 Box 67, Folder 8
 
Reports, 1962 Box 67, Folder 6
 
Correspondence and Memoranda, 1963 Box 67, Folder 7
 
Schools,  
Box 68
General Correspondence, 1938-1939, 1956-1970, 1972 Box 68, Folder 8 to 9
 
Cut in Appropriations, 1939 Box 68, Folder 10
Box Legal 257
Proposal to Establish Family Relations Course, 1959 Box Legal 257, Folder 5
Box 68
Homework Helper Program, 1967-1968 Box 68, Folder 11
 
"Moral and Spiritual Values and the Schools," 1955 Box 68, Folder 12
 
Racial Integration, 1956-1957, 1959-1960 Box 68, Folder 13
Note See also: Intergroup Committee on New York’s Public Schools
 
Suspensions, 1958, 1963, 1969 Box 68, Folder 14
 
Teachers’ Strikes, 1968 Box 68, Folder 15
Box Legal 257
Clippings, 1958-1967 Box Legal 257, Folder 6
 
Urban Renewal,  
Box 68
Cadman Plaza, 1961, 1963 Box 68, Folder 18
Box 69
Cooper Square Community Development Committee and Businessmen’s Association, "An Alternative Plan for Cooper Square." 1961 Box 69, Folder 2
Box 68
Cooper Square Correspondence, 1961, 1963-1965 Box 68, Folder 19
Box 69
Panuch Report, 1960 Box 69, Folder 3
Box 68
Reference Material, 1963 Box 68, Folder 20
Box 69
Reference Material, 1964-1966, 1969, undated Box 69, Folder 1
 
New York City Youth Board,  
Box 69
General Correspondence and Memoranda, 1946, 1948, 1951-1968 Box 69, Folder 8 to 9
 
Committee on Changing Neighborhoods and Shifting Populations, 1956-5 Box 69, Folder 10
 
Advisory Committee to the Council of Social and Athletic Clubs, 1951-1952 Box 69, Folder 11
 
Good Neighbor Federation Advisory Committee, 1950-1951 Box 69, Folder 12
 
Advisory Committee on Group Work and Recreation, 1948, 1950, 1952, 1954-1956 Box 69, Folder 13 to 14
 
Reclassification, 1955 Box 69, Folder 15
 
Reorganization, 1959, 1962 Box 69, Folder 16
 
Youth Week, 1964 Box 69, Folder 17
 
Youth Recreation Programs, 1966 Box 69, Folder 18
Box 62
Addiction Services Agency, 1970-1971 Box 62, Folder 10
 
Administrator, 1956-1959 Box 62, Folder 11
 
New York City Board of Estimate, 1954-1957 Box 62, Folder 13
Box 64
Board of Higher Education, 1953, 1965, 1968 Box 64, Folder 13
Box 62
Budget, 1968-1970 Box 62, Folder 15
 
Bureau of the Budget, 1954-1957 Box 62, Folder 14
 
City Council, 1951, 1953-1956, 1965 Box 62, Folder 18
Note Includes material on proportional representation
 
City Council Relocation Committee, 1953, 1955-1956, 1959-1960 Box 62, Folder 19
Box Legal 257
Clippings, 1954-1965 Box Legal 257, Folder 7
Box 63
Commission for the Foster Care of Children 1955, 1957, 1959 Box 63, Folder 12
Box 66
Commission on Human Rights, 1964, 1967-1968 Box 66, Folder 6
 
Commission on Intergroup Relations, 1956, 1958, 1961 Box 66, Folder 7
Box 68
Committee on Slum Clearance, 1958 Box 68, Folder 16
Box 63
Community Mental Health Board, 1958, 1964 Box 63, Folder 3
 
Community Planning Boards, Manhattan, Lower East Side, 1948, 1951-1956, 1959 Box 63, Folder 4
 
Community Progress Centers, 1965 Box 63, Folder 5
 
Consumer Council, 1956 Box 63, Folder 6
 
Courts - Children’s, Magistrates, 1952-1956 Box 63, Folder 11
Box 62
New York City Department of Buildings, 1954, 1962, 1966 Box 62, Folder 16
Box 65
New York City Department of Hospitals, Psychiatric Services for Children, 1962-1963  Box 65, Folder 1
Box 67
New York City Department of Parks, 1949, 1953, 1954 Box 67, Folder 10 to 11
Note Correspondence, Reports, and Statements. Includes material regarding controversies involving St. John’s Park and Robert Moses' proposal.
Box 68
General, 1955-1958, 1966, 1968 Box 68, Folder 1
 
Department of Relocation, 1966 Box 68, Folder 5
 
Department of Relocation, Social Work Advisory Board, 1963-1965  Box 68, Folder 6
Box 62
General Correspondence, 1953, 1958, 1961, 1963, 1966, 1968 Box 62, Folder 8 to 9
Box 64
New York City Health Services Administration, 1967 Box 64, Folder 12
Box 65
New York City Housing and Development Administration, 1967-1968 Box 65, Folder 8
Box 66
Juvenile Delinquency Evaluation Project, 1956-1961 Box 66, Folder 8
 
Legislation, 1954-1957, 1960-1962 Box 66, Folder 9
 
Mayor’s Committee for Better Housing, 1955 Box 66, Folder 13
Note Final Report
 
Mayor’s Committee on Charter Revision, 1959, 1961 Box 66, Folder 14
 
Mayor’s Conference on Youth and Work, 1960-1961 Box 66, Folder 15
Note Planning Committee Minutes and Announcements
Box 67
Mayor’s Conference on Youth and Work, 1961 Box 67, Folder 1
Note Proceedings, draft report
 
Mayor’s Organizational Task Force for Comprehensive Health Planning, 1971 Box 67, Folder 2
 
Occupancy Standards - Multiple Dwelling Code, 1960 Box 67, Folder 9
Box 62
New York City Office of the Aging, 1968, 1971-1972 Box 62, Folder 12
Box 68
New York City Planning Commission, 1953, 1955-1956, 1958-1963, 1967-1968 Box 68, Folder 2 to 3
Note Correspondence, reports, and statements.
 
New York Police Department, 1956, 1959-1962, 1966, 1972 Box 68, Folder 4
Note Includes material on the cadet program and Civilian Review Board.
 
Reorganization Plan for New York City, 1966-1968 Box 68, Folder 7
 
The Urban Corps, 1966-1967 Box 68, Folder 17
Box 69
Zoning, 1960 Box 69, Folder 19
 
New York State,  
 
Constitutional Changes,  
Box 70
UNH Position, 1967 Box 70, Folder 8
 
Other Agency Positions, 1967 Box 70, Folder 9
 
Consumer Council,  
Box 70
Consumer Council (Persia Campbell), 1955-1958 Box 70, Folder 10
 
Advisory Committee, 1957-1963 Box 70, Folder 11
 
Photograph, 1957 Box 70, Folder 12
 
Executive Department,  
Box 70
Division of Housing, 1949, 1954-1955, 1959 Box 70, Folder 15
 
Division for Youth, 1963-1965, 1970, 1972 Box 70, Folder 16
 
Governor’s Office,  
Box 70
Averell Harriman, 1955, 1957 Box 70, Folder 17
 
Nelson Rockefeller, 1959, 1961-1962, 1967 Box 70, Folder 18
 
New York State Labor Department,  
Box 71
General, 1948, 1953, 1957, 1961, 1963, 1965-1968 Box 71, Folder 4
 
Employment Service, 1947-1964 Box 71, Folder 5
 
Social Welfare Advisory Committee, 1949-1954, 1957-1966 Box 71, Folder 6
 
New York State Legislature,  
Box 71
General Material regarding Legislation, 1952-1963 Box 71, Folder 7
 
Committee on Child Care Needs, 1965-1966 Box 71, Folder 8
 
Assembly Committee on Social Services, 1969 Box 71, Folder 9
 
Proposed Welfare Payment Cuts, 1969-1970 Box 71, Folder 10
Note See also: “Witness for Survival."
Box 70
General Correspondence, 1952-1954, 1956, 1963, 1965-1966 Box 70, Folder 6
 
New York State Office for the Aging, 1966, 1968 Box 70, Folder 7
 
Commission against Discrimination, 1953, 1955, 1959, 1962 Box 70, Folder 13
 
New York State Department of Education, 1953, 1955, 1967-1969 Box 70, Folder 14
Box 71
Commission on Governmental Operations of the City of New York, 1959-1960  Box 71, Folder 1
 
Commission for Human Rights Youth Incentive Conference, 1962-1963  Box 71, Folder 2
 
Juvenile Delinquency Conference, 1959 Box 71, Folder 3
 
Moreland Commission, 1962-1963 Box 71, Folder 11
Note The commission reviewed the state public welfare program.
 
New York State Department of Social Welfare, 1947-1948, 1955, 1959, 1967, 1972 Box 71, Folder 12
 
Temporary Commission on Low-Income Housing 1963 Box 71, Folder 13
 
Temporary Commission on Youth and Delinquency, 1955 Box 71, Folder 14
 
Urban Development Corporation, 1967 Box 71, Folder 15
 
Youth Commission, 1945, 1948, 1955-1957 Box 71, Folder 16
 
New York State Welfare Conference,  
Box 71
Award Nominations, 1964 Box 71, Folder 20
 
Correspondence, Memoranda, and Statements, 1947-1951, 1962, 1967-1968  Box 71, Folder 21
 
Parks,  
Box 72
General Material, 1961, 1964-1966, 1968, 1971 Box 72, Folder 7
 
Reference Material. ,  Box 72, Folder 9
Note See also: Regional Plan Association, Inc.
 
Breezy Point Correspondence and Statements 1962-1963, 1965 Box 72, Folder 8
 
Central Park - North Meadow, 1964 Box 72, Folder 10
 
Petition to the Commissioners of Palisades Interstate Park, 1930 Box 72, Folder 11
 
Palisades Interstate Park Commission, 1965, 1968-1969 Box 72, Folder 12
 
Prospect Park, 1958, 1966 Box 72, Folder 13
 
Thompson Square, Preservation Committee, 1961-1962 Box 72, Folder 14
 
Welfare Island, 1961 Box 72, Folder 15
 
Public Education Association,  
Box 73
Correspondence, Memoranda, Statements, and Press Releases, 1946-1949 Box 73, Folder 15
Box 74
Notes and Recommendations, 1946 Box 74, Folder 2
Box 73
Committee on Educational Guidance and Work, 1962-1963, 1965 Box 73, Folder 16
Box 74
School and Community Committee Report, 1953 Box 74, Folder 1
Box Legal 257
Committee to Study Requirements for Modern School Buildings, 1950-1951 Box Legal 257, Folder 9
Box 74
Program for Unwed, Pregnant Teenage Girls, 1966-1968 Box 74, Folder 3
 
Settlements,  
Note The material filed under "Settlements" is either mostly general in nature, is concerned with settlements which were not UNH member houses, or is concerned with settlements as a whole. For other information regarding settlements, researchers should consult Series 5, Member Houses and Associated Settlement Organizations.
The settlement files are listed in chronological order.
Box 75
Salary Standards, 1929-1933 Box 75, Folder 5
 
Tax-Exempt Status and Utility Payment Reduction, 1935-1939 Box 75, Folder 12
 
Salaries Study, 1936-1938, 1949-1952, 1954-1956, 1969 Box 75, Folder 6 to 9
Box Legal 257
Salaries Study, circa 1936-1938 Box Legal 257, Folder 12
Box 75
Unionization, 1937-1938 Box 75, Folder 13
 
Job Descriptions, 1946 Box 75, Folder 2
Box 74
General Correspondence and Material, 1947-1948 Box 74, Folder 23
Box 75
Union Contracts, 1950 Box 75, Folder 14
 
Citizen Participation Projects, 1955 Box 75, Folder 1
 
Statistics, 1957 Box 75, Folder 11
Box 74
UNH Correspondence with Non-Member Agencies, 1957-1970 Box 74, Folder 24
 
Agency "Self-Study" Guides and Forms, 1963, 1967 Box 74, Folder 25
Box 75
Settlements and the Schools, 1963-1964 Box 75, Folder 10
Note Includes preliminary survey of settlement activities with schools.
 
Legislation Regarding or Affecting Settlements, 1969-1970 Box 75, Folder 3
 
Voter Registration, 1972 Box 75, Folder 15
 
Settlement Philosophy, undated Box 75, Folder 4
 
United States,  
 
United States Congress,  
Box 76
Legislation, General Materials, 1956-1962, 1965-1967 Box 76, Folder 18
 
Economic Opportunity Act, 1964, 1967 Box 76, Folder 19
 
Housing and Community Development, 1964 Box 76, Folder 20
 
National Basic Income and Incentive Act, 1970 Box 76, Folder 21
 
Older Americans Act, 1966 Box 76, Folder 22
 
Public Welfare Amendments, 1962-1964 Box 76, Folder 23
 
Senate Subcommittee Hearings on Health of the Elderly, 1967, 1969  Box 76, Folder 24
 
Youth Employment Opportunities Act, 1961-1962 Box 76, Folder 25
 
United States Department of Health, Education, and Welfare,  
Box 77
General, 1960-1968, 1972, undated. Box 77, Folder 1
 
Home Start, 1972 Box 77, Folder 2
Note Correspondence and reference material regarding preschool services at home.
 
United States Office of Economic Opportunity,  
Box 77
General Materials, 1964-1967 Box 77, Folder 7
 
UNH Member Houses Grant Applications, 1967 Box 77, Folder 8 to 9
 
President’s Task Force on the War against Poverty, 1964 Box 77, Folder 10
 
Job Corps, 1964-1965 Box 77, Folder 11
 
Other United States Government Departments,  
Box 76
General Correspondence, 1952-1961, 1968  Box 76, Folder 16
 
Department of Agriculture, 1956, 1960-1961, 1969, 1971 Box 76, Folder 17
Note Includes material on surplus commodities.
Box 77
Housing and Home Finance Agency, 1955, 1962, 1964-1965 Box 77, Folder 3
 
Department of Housing and Urban Development, 1965-1967, 1970  Box 77, Folder 4
 
Immigration and Naturalization Service, Committee on Naturalization, 1950-1951 Box 77, Folder 5
Note Ceremonies for the City of New York
 
Department of Labor, 1961, 1963, 1967 Box 77, Folder 6
 
Office of Price Stabilization, 1951-1953 Box 77, Folder 12
 
White House Conference on Children and Youth  
Box 78
General, 1959-1960 Box 78, Folder 13
 
New York State Committee, 1959, 1961 Box 78, Folder 14
 
Reports, 1970 Box 78, Folder 15
 
General Subjects,  
Note The second part of Series 3 begins with head worker memoranda and general correspondence, filed in chronological order. The memoranda and correspondence files are followed by an alphabetical list of subject files. The subjects listed below tend to be less well-documented than the subjects at the beginning of Series 3 and do not always overlap with subjects in Series 2.
Box 40
Memoranda to Headworkers, 1931-1963 Box 40, Folder 1 to 9
Note 1931-1932, 1936-1937, 1940-1941, 1943-1944, 1946-1963
Box 41
Memoranda to Headworkers, 1964-1972 Box 41, Folder 1 to 6
 
General Correspondence, 1927-1951 Box 41, Folder 7 to 10
Note 1927-1929, 1932, 1939, 1941, 1945-1951
Box 42
General Correspondence, 1952-1971 Box 42, Folder 1 to 9
Box 43
A. Philip Randolph Institute "Freedom Budget for All Americans," 1966-1967 Box 43, Folder 1
 
Abraham Alcabes, "A Study of a Community’s Perception and Use of Neighbor-Centers," circa 1970 Box 43, Folder 6
Box 56
Ad Hoc Committee on Camp Loyalty Affidavits, 1954-1955 Box 56, Folder 14
Box 43
American Jewish Congress, 1953-1971 Box 43, Folder 8
Note 1953-1956, 1970-1971
 
American Jewish Congress, Commission on Community Interrelations, "Intergroup Relations in Leisure-Time Activities," 1952 Box 43, Folder 9
 
American Social Health Association, 1962-1965 Box 43, Folder 10
Note 1962, 1964-1965
Box Legal 254
Americans for Democratic Action, City Affairs Platform, 1953 Box Legal 254, Folder 7
Box 43
Anti-Defamation League of B’nai B’rith, 1952-1954 Box 43, Folder 11
 
Armories, Bill to Permit Full Use for Juvenile Delinquency Programs, 1957 Box 43, Folder 12
 
Associated YM & YWHAs of Greater New York, 1963 Box 43, Folder 14
Note Court case regarding exemptions from water and sewer taxes.
 
Association of Independent Agencies, 1952-1954 Box 43, Folder 13
 
Bank Street College Education, 1951-1964 Box 43, Folder 15
 
Barcellona, Charles, 1958-1965 Box 43, Folder 16
Note Correspondence regarding inmate.
 
Beachbrook Nursery School, Brooklyn, 1963 Box 43, Folder 17
 
Better Business Bureau of New York, 1957-1962 Box 43, Folder 20
 
Better Education and Schools Today (BEST), "The Cement Rainbow," 1966 Box 43, Folder 21
Note A play regarding the South Bronx, includes script.
Box 44
Bibliographies regarding Human Relations and Children, 1932 Box 44, Folder 1
Box Legal 254
Birth Control Clippings, 1958 Box Legal 254, Folder 9
Box 44
Board of Mediation for Community Disputes (Automation House), 1970 Box 44, Folder 2
 
Boys’ Athletic League, 1934-1968 Box 44, Folder 3
Note 1934, 1947-1952, 1955, 1968
 
Brandeis University Scholarships, 1949 Box 44, Folder 4
 
Brophy, Alice, circa 1954 Box 44, Folder 5
 
Camps and Camping, 1952-1972 Box 44, Folder 6
Note 1952-1955, 1961, 1965, 1972
 
Carlton, Winslow, 1967 Box 44, Folder 7
 
Center for Migration Studies at Brooklyn College, 1963-1970 Box 44, Folder 8
Note Clarence Senior, director. Dates, 1963, 1967, 1970
 
Central Brooklyn Coordinating Council Inc. 1967 Box 44, Folder 9
 
Central Bureau for the Jewish Aged, 1968 Box 44, Folder 10
 
Chelsea Committee for Neighborhood Development, circa 1961 Box 44, Folder 11
 
Chelsea Print Project Proposal, 1972 Box 44, Folder 12
Note Sponsored by Printmaking Workshops Inc.
 
Chess in the Settlements (Milton Goldstein), 1962, 1966 Box 44, Folder 13
 
Chicago Federation of Settlements, 1958 Box 44, Folder 14
 
Chisholm, Shirley, 1968-1969 Box 44, Folder 15
 
Citizens’ Committee for Children, 1950-1970 Box 44, Folder 16
Note 1950-1951, 1956-1958, 1960-1967, 1969-1970
 
Citizens’ Committee for Children Day Care Section, 1946-1949 Box 44, Folder 17
 
Citizens’ Committee for Public Higher Education, 1964-1965 Box 44, Folder 20
 
Citizens’ Committee for the Preservation of Rent Control, 1962-1964 Box 44, Folder 21
 
Citizens’ Committee for the Settlements, fund raising, 1959-1961 Box 44, Folder 22
Note Includes Governor Nelson Rockefeller’s remarks.
 
Citizens’ Committee on Public Reimbursement to Voluntary Agency Camps, 1953-1955 Box 44, Folder 23
 
Citizens’ Crusade Against Poverty, 1966 Box 44, Folder 24
Box 45
City University of New York, 1969, 1971 Box 45, Folder 3
Note Includes the Citizens’ Commission on the Future of CUNY.
 
City University of New York, Discussion of Enrollment Difficulties, Anne Trinsig, 1968 Box 45, Folder 4
 
City-Wide Council for Civic Unity, 1970 Box 45, Folder 5
 
Civil Defense, 1950-1953 Box 45, Folder 6
 
Cloward, Richard. "The Administration of Services to Children and Youth in New York City," 1963-1964 Box 45, Folder 7
 
Cloward, Richard. "The War on Poverty: Are the Poor Left Out?" 1965 Box 45, Folder 8
Note Reactions
 
Colborn, Fern M. Honorary Dinner, 1968 Box 45, Folder 9
 
Columbia University Teachers College, 1952-1971 Box 45, Folder 11
Note 1952, 1962-1971
 
Columbia University, New York School of Social Work, 1951-1968 Box 45, Folder 10
 
Committee Action, Inc, 1969-1970 Box 45, Folder 19
 
Committee for Modern Courts, 1964-1965 Box 45, Folder 17
 
Committee for the Proposed Bronx Beach, 1963 Box 45, Folder 18
 
Committee of Neighbors to Insure a Normal Urban Environment, 1970 Box 45, Folder 13
 
Committee to Consider Coordination of Recreation Services, 1955-1963 Box 45, Folder 14-15
Note 1955-1956, 1962-1963 Minutes and Correspondence.
 
Committee to Consider Coordination of Recreation Services Statements, 1955-1958 Box 45, Folder 16
Note See also: Housing, Public: Provision of Recreational Services
Box 52
Committee to Protect Our Children’s Teeth, 1956-1957 Box 52, Folder 5
Box 47
Community Councils of the City of New York 1960 Box 47, Folder 17
 
Community Ministries, 1972 Box 47, Folder 18
Box 48
Conference on Economic Progress, 1961 Box 48, Folder 1
 
Conference on Governing the City of New York, 1969 Box 48, Folder 2
 
Conference on Health Careers for the Disadvantaged, 1968 Box 48, Folder 3
 
Conference on Municipal Welfare Problems, 1968 Box 48, Folder 4
 
Conference on Tension, Violence, and the Restructured High School, 1970 Box 48, Folder 5
 
Conference on Unfinished Business in Social Legislation, 1946 Box 48, Folder 6
 
Conservation, Rehabilitation, and Renewal Foundation, 1962 Box 48, Folder 7
Box 49
Council for Parks and Playgrounds, 1966, 1968 Box 49, Folder 4
 
Council for Public Higher Education, 1968 Box 49, Folder 5
 
Council on Social Work Education, 1969 Box 49, Folder 6
 
Dance Drama Company, 1960 Box 49, Folder 7
Box 50
Drug Abuse, 1951-1955, 1966, 1969-1970 Box 50, Folder 5
 
Dutcher, Elizabeth, 1965 Box 50, Folder 7
 
East Harlem Italian-Puerto Rican Good Neighbor Committee, 1962 Box 50, Folder 15
Note Correspondence and bulletins
 
East Harlem Merchants Association, 1958-1965 Box 50, Folder 16
Box 51
East Harlem Neighborhood Study Club, 1963 Box 51, Folder 1
Note Controversy over its closing
 
East Harlem Protestant Parish Narcotics Committee, 1959-1960 Box 51, Folder 6
 
East Harlem Skills Training Center, 1968 Box 51, Folder 7
 
East Harlem Tenants Council, 1965 Box 51, Folder 8
 
Edelstein, Julius C. C.  Box 51, Folder 9
Note As executive assistant to Mayor Wagner.
 
Edelstein, Julius C. C. 1966-1967 Box 51, Folder 10
Note As coordinator of urban studies at City University of New York
Box 76
Educational Television, 1952-1953 Box 76, Folder 5
Box 51
Edwin Gould Foundation Camp Project, 1939 Box 51, Folder 11
Note UNH Efforts to find 500 protestant, white children from families on relief to send to camp
 
Emergency Committee for More Low Rent Housing, 1963-1964 Box 51, Folder 12
 
Employment, 1949-1963 Box 51, Folder 13
Note 1949-1950, 1952-1954, 1956, 1961, 1963
 
Encampment for Citizenship, 1968 Box 51, Folder 14
 
EQUAL, 1965-1967 Box 51, Folder 15
Note Citizen group for integrated education.
 
Family Day Care, 1967-1968 Box 51, Folder 16
 
Family Service Association of America, "Plays for Living,"  Box 51, Folder 18
 
Federation of Jewish Philanthropies, 1956 Box 51, Folder 20
 
Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies, 1947-1974  Box 51, Folder 21 to 22
Note 1947-1950, 1953-1956, 1960-1963, 1966, 1971-1974
 
Federation of the Handicapped "Path" Program, 1968 Box 51, Folder 19
 
Felt, James, 1962-1971  Box 51, Folder 23
Note UNH board member.
Box 52
Film Catalogues and General Material, 1953 Box 52, Folder 1
 
Films by Young People, 1967 Box 52, Folder 2
 
Fire Prevention, 1946 Box 52, Folder 3
 
Fluoridation, 1956-1959, 1963 Box 52, Folder 4
 
Food Cooperatives, 1963, 1970 Box 52, Folder 6
 
Food Stamps, 1967-1968, 1971-1972 Box 52, Folder 7
 
Food Trades, 1963 Box 52, Folder 8
 
Gabel, Hortense, 1961-1962 Box 52, Folder 9
Note New York City rent and rehabilitation administrator. Newspaper clippings and resume.
 
Garrison, Lloyd K., 1963 Box 52, Folder 10
Note Eleanor Roosevelt Political Award Dinner of the New York Committee for Democratic Voters.
 
Girl Scout Council of Greater New York, 1962, 1964 Box 52, Folder 11
 
Gottlieb, Eli, 1963 Box 52, Folder 12
Note Junior Americans Club.
 
Greenman, Frederick F. 1961 Box 52, Folder 13
Note UNH President
 
Guggenheimer, Elinor, 1968 Box 52, Folder 14
Note UNH board member and City Planning Commission member.
 
Hall of Fame for Great Americans at New York University, 1965, 1967-1968 Box 52, Folder 15
Note Regarding election of Lillian Wald and Jane Addams.
 
Harlem Neighborhoods Association, 1960-1961, 1969-1971 Box 52, Folder 16
 
Harlem Parents Committee, 1964 Box 52, Folder 17
 
Hartford, Claire, 1965 Box 52, Folder 18
Note Paper regarding community centers, settlements, and neighborhood centers.
Box 44
Head Start, 1965-1966 Box 44, Folder 18
 
Health Section, 1964-1970 Box 44, Folder 19
Box 52
Herald-Tribune Fresh Air Fund, 1963 Box 52, Folder 25
 
Higher Education, 1966-1969 Box 52, Folder 26
Note Includes SEEK, a college program for disadvantaged youth.
 
Holden, Arthur C. “The Negro, the Small Group, and Our Slum Problem," 1969 Box 52, Folder 27
Note UNH board member
 
Household Management, 1970 Box 52, Folder 28
Box 54
Hunter College, 1971 Box 54, Folder 2
 
Infant and Early Childhood Program for Appalachia and Alabama, 1970-1971 Box 54, Folder 3
Note "Marian Seifert" file.
 
Information Services, 1945-1947 Box 54, Folder 4
Note Includes child welfare information services.
 
Institute for Training and Research in Child Mental Health, 1968 Box 54, Folder 5
 
Institute of Public Administration Human Resources Study, 1966; Box 54, Folder 6
 
Inter-Agency Council on Child Welfare, 1971-1972 Box 54, Folder 9 to 10
 
Inter-Agency Council on Child Welfare, Andover Massachusetts Conference, 1971 Box 54, Folder 11
 
Inter-Agency Planning Group, 1966-1967 Box 54, Folder 8
Note Minutes, correspondence, and memoranda. Group membership was comprised of UNH, the Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies, the New York City Youth Board, and the New York City Housing Authority.
 
Intergroup Committee on New York’s Public Schools, 1954-1958 Box 54, Folder 12 to 13
Box 55
Minutes and Agenda 1959-1960, 1962-1964 Box 55, Folder 1
 
International Conference on Social Work, 1952-1956, 1962 Box 55, Folder 2
 
International Programs and Agencies, 1955-1956, 1968, 1971 Box 55, Folder 3
Note Includes the Council of International Programs for Youth Leaders and Social Workers, Inc.
 
International Welfare Group, 1948-1954 Box 55, Folder 4
 
Interracial Council for Business Opportunity of New York, 1968 Box 55, Folder 5
Box 49
J. Clarence Davies, Jr., 1958 Box 49, Folder 8
Box 55
Jewish Family Service, 1951-1952 Box 55, Folder 10
 
Jewish Guild for the Blind, 1968 Box 55, Folder 11
Box Legal 254
Jobs and Youth Employment, Clippings, 1960-1962 Box Legal 254, Folder 22
Box 55
John LaFarge Institute, Conference, 1967 Box 55, Folder 12
 
JOIN (Job Orientation in the Neighborhoods), 1963-1965 Box 55, Folder 13
Note See also: Neighborhood Youth Corps.
 
Junior Citizens Festival of the Arts, 1963-1964 Box 55, Folder 14
 
Junior League of Brooklyn, 1962-1963 Box 55, Folder 15
 
Junior League of the City of New York, 1935-1970  Box 55, Folder 16 to 17
Note 1935, 1945-1955, 1957, 1959, 1964-1966, 1968, 1970
 
Kahn, Alfred J. "Perspectives on Access to Social Services," 1968 Box 55, Folder 19
 
King, Dr. Martin Luther 1968 Box 55, Folder 20
Note Regarding his death.
Box Legal 255
Kingsborough Community College Site Selection, 1963-1964 Box Legal 255, Folder 1
Box 55
La Hermosa Program Plans for a New Community Center, 1957-1959 Box 55, Folder 21
Note Correspondence, memoranda, clippings, and minutes.
 
Labor Unions, General Correspondence, 1945-1949 Box 55, Folder 22
 
League for Industrial Democracy, Investigation of Magistrates’ Courts, 1929-1930 Box 55, Folder 23
 
League for Industrial Democracy, 1953, 1955, 1959-1960 Box 55, Folder 24
Box 56
League of West Side Organizations, Correspondence, 1964 Box 56, Folder 5
 
League of Women Voters, 1948, 1951, 1971 Box 56, Folder 6
 
Legal Services for the Poor, 1964-1969 Box 56, Folder 7
Note  1964-1969, 1965, 1967-1969. Correspondence, memoranda, and report
 
Legislation - General, 1969-1971 Box 56, Folder 8-9
Note Includes material on housing, labor, schools, Indochina, Head Start, and rents.
 
Logan, Dr. Arthur C. 1967, 1970 Box 56, Folder 10
Note UNH president. Correspondence, clippings, and tribute.
 
Lower Eastside Neighborhood Association (LENA), 1955-1961, 1966  Box 56, Folder 11
Note Correspondence and memoranda.
 
Lower Eastside Planning Council, 1946-1954  Box 56, Folder 12
Note Minutes and publications.
 
Loyalty Oath, 1950, 1953-1954 Box 56, Folder 13
Note General correspondence, statements, and publications
 
Madd Wagon, 1966 Box 56, Folder 15
Note Theater arts group.
 
Madison Square Church House, 1963 Box 56, Folder 16
Note Service area study by UNH
 
March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, 1966 Box 56, Folder 17
 
Massive Economic Neighborhood Development (MEND), 1964-1968 Box 56, Folder 18
 
Master Institute of United Arts, Annual Report, 1964-1965 Box 56, Folder 19
 
"Meals on Wheels," 1968 Box 56, Folder 20
Box 57
Medical Care, 1961, 1963 Box 57, Folder 8
Box Legal 257
Meeting on Neighborhoods Affected by Puerto Rican Immigration, 1952 Box Legal 257, Folder 8
Box 57
Mental Health Legislation, 1960-1963 Box 57, Folder 14
 
Mental Health Services in the Settlements, 1951-1955, 1964 Box 57, Folder 12 to 13
 
Metropolitan Life Insurance Company Annual Christmas Toy Distribution, 1971 Box 57, Folder 15
 
Metropolitan Music School, 1964 Box 57, Folder 16
Box 58
Millbrook Bennett College Proposed Major in Community Services, 1963 Box 58, Folder 1
 
Mills College, 1959 Box 58, Folder 2
 
Moynihan, Daniel P. (Daniel Patrick), 1967 Box 58, Folder 7
 
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, 1952, 1964-1965, 1970 Box 58, Folder 8
 
National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials, 1959, 1961-1964 Box 58, Folder 9
 
National Center for Voluntary Action, 1971 Box 58, Folder 11
 
National Committee against Discrimination in Housing and the New York State Committee on Discrimination in Housing, 1950-1963  Box 58, Folder 12 to 13
Box Legal 255
National Committee against Discrimination in Housing, Remarks of Mayor Robert Wagner and Frank S. Horne 1956 Box Legal 255, Folder 6
Note See also: New York State Committee on Integration in Housing and Urban Development.
Box 58
National Conference of Anti-Poverty Agencies, 1968 Box 58, Folder 14
 
National Conference of Christians and Jews, 1956-1969 Box 58, Folder 15
Note 1956-1957, 1962, 1965, 1968-1969
 
National Conference: The Crisis in Health Care for the Aging, 1972 Box 58, Folder 16
Box 59
National Council for Homemaker Services, 1966 Box 59, Folder 3
 
National Council of American-Soviet Friendship, 1968 Box 59, Folder 4
 
National Council of Women of the U.S. Committee of Correspondence, 1961 Box 59, Folder 5
 
National Council on Crime and Delinquency, 1965 Box 59, Folder 7
 
National Council on the Aging, 1962, 1964-1965, 1971 Box 59, Folder 6
Box 61
National Housing Conference, 1961 Box 61, Folder 2
 
National Industrial Conference Board Conference, 1969 Box 61, Folder 3
 
National Jewish Welfare Board, 1965, 1971 Box 61, Folder 4
 
National Project of Ethnic America, 1971 Box 61, Folder 5
 
National Senior Service Corps, 1966 Box 61, Folder 6
Note Includes material by Senator Harrison A. Williams, Jr.
 
National Service Corps, 1962-1964, undated Box 61, Folder 7
Note Proposed "Domestic Peace Corps."
 
Neighborhood Service Centers, 1967 Box 61, Folder 17
Box 62
New School for Social Research, 1964-1968 Box 62, Folder 1
 
New York Adult Education Council, 1947-1949, 1952  Box 62, Folder 2
 
New York Citizens’ Committee for an Independent Office of Public Complaints, 1967 Box 62, Folder 6
Box 69
New York City Committee to Rescue CAP, 1967 Box 69, Folder 20
 
New York City Coordinating Committee for a Constitutional Convention, 1957 Box 69, Folder 21
 
New York City Urban Coalition, 1967, 1968, 1971 Box 69, Folder 22
Box 70
New York Civil Liberties Union , 1953-1969 Box 70, Folder 1 to 3
Note 1953-1963, 1965-1967, 1969. Correspondence, memoranda, and committee minutes
Box 69
New York Civil Liberties Union Board of Directors, 1957-1963 Box 69, Folder 23
Box 70
New York Committee to Abolish Capital Punishment, 1958, 1962, 1964 Box 70, Folder 4
Box 62
New York Council on Civil Liberties and Civil Rights, 1952 Box 62, Folder 7
Box 70
New York Cultural Showcase Foundation, 1967 Box 70, Folder 5
Box 71
New York Service for Orthopedically Handicapped Children, 1963 Box 71, Folder 19
 
New York State Committee on Integration in Housing and Urban Development, 1966-1970 Box 71, Folder 17
Note Includes New York State Committee on Discrimination in Housing. See also National Committee Against Discrimination in Housing and Urban Development.
 
New York State Credit Union League, 1961 Box 71, Folder 18
 
New York Tuberculosis and Health Association, 1947-1948, 1951-1954 Box 71, Folder 22
 
New York University, 1952-1955, 1960. Box 71, Folder 23
 
Non-Partisan Committee on Civil Rights, 1956 Box 71, Folder 24
 
Norman, Dorothy, circa 1950  Box 71, Folder 25
Note Norman was a columnist for the New York Post . File contains memoranda written for Norman by Helen M. Harris.
Box 72
Operation Crossroads Africa, 1964, 1967-1968  Box 72, Folder 1
Note Reports
 
Opportunities Industrialization Center, 1968 Box 72, Folder 2
 
Parents and Parent Education, 1946, 1954 Box 72, Folder 3
 
Park Association of New York City, 1964-1965, 1968-1969  Box 72, Folder 4
 
Park-Hudson Urban Renewal Citizens’ Committee, 1958-1961 Box 72, Folder 5 to 6
Box 73
Peace Corps, 1961, 1966 Box 73, Folder 1
 
Perkins, Frances, 1933 Box 73, Folder 2
Note Settlements’ support for her appointment as secretary of labor.
 
Planned Parenthood, 1953-1968 Box 73, Folder 3
Note 1953, 1963-1964, 1967-1968. See also: Community Council of Greater New York – Planned Parenthood Controversy.
 
Play Schools Association, 1954-1969 Box 73, Folder 4
Note 1954-1958, 1962-1966, 1968-1969
 
Pollack, H. G. "The Urban Hermits," 1966 Box 73, Folder 5
 
Poor People’s Campaign, 1968 Box 73, Folder 6
 
Poverty Programs, 1964-1967 Box 73, Folder 7 to 9
Note Includes programs for the elderly.
 
Progressive Recreation and Social Service Association, 1968 Box 73, Folder 10
 
Protestant Council of the City of New York, 1950, 1952-1953 Box 73, Folder 11
 
Public Assistance, 1946-1947 Box 73, Folder 12
 
Puerto Ricans, 1952, 1954, 1968-1969 Box 73, Folder 13
 
Puerto Rico - Labor Department, 1948-1967 Box 73, Folder 14
Note 1948, 1950-1956, 1960, 1965-1967
Box 74
Race Relations, 1945, 1950-1951 Box 74, Folder 4
Note Includes material on Japanese­Americans who were interned during World War II.
 
Real Estate, 1963 Box 74, Folder 5
 
Recreation, 1955-1964, 1967-1968 Box 74, Folder 6
Note Includes material on the creation of a department of recreation in New York City.
Box Legal 257
Recreation Clippings, 1960-1963 Box Legal 257, Folder 10
Box 74
Recreation Workshops, 1950-1953 Box 74, Folder 7
Note See also: Committee to Consider Coordination of Recreation Services in New York City and Housing, Public: Provision of Recreational Services.
 
Redevelopment Grants to Private Agencies, 1960-1962 Box 74, Folder 8
Note Reports, correspondence, and agreements.
 
Regional Plan Association, 1962 Box 74, Folder 9
Note Includes material on Breezy Point Park.
 
Remedial Reading Conference, 1965 Box 74, Folder 10
 
Rent Control, 1928-1959 Box 74, Folder 11
Note 1928, 1945, 1948-1950, 1953, 1957, 1959. Includes position statements by UNH
 
Rent Control Correspondence and Statements 1962-1967, 1971 Box 74, Folder 13
 
Rent Strike, 1963-1964 Box 74, Folder 14
Box Legal 257
Rents and Rent Control, 1958-1961 Box Legal 257, Folder 11
Note  Newspaper Clippings
Box 74
Responsive Environments Corporation, 1968 Box 74, Folder 15
 
Roche, John L. 1968 Box 74, Folder 16
Note UNH board member
 
Roosevelt Hospital, 1963 Box 74, Folder 17
 
Russell Sage Foundation, 1949 Box 74, Folder 18
 
Salvation Army, 1949, 1952 Box 74, Folder 19
Box 75
Shriver, Sargeant, 1964-1966 Box 75, Folder 18
Box 74
Scheuer, James H., M.C. 1966-1967 Box 74, Folder 20
Note Includes material on jobs for youth.
 
Scholarship, Education, and Defense Fund for Racial Equality, 1967 Box 74, Folder 21
 
Schwerner, Michael, 1964-1965, 1972 Box 74, Folder 22
Note Efforts of the Congress of Racial Equality, the National Social Welfare Assembly, and UNH to memorialize Schwerner, James Chaney, and Andrew Goodman, the three civil rights workers who were killed in Mississippi in 1964. Schwerner had been a staff member at Hamilton-Madison House.
Box 75
Settlement Workers for Peace, 1967 Box 75, Folder 16
 
Shorefront Jewish Community Center of Brooklyn, 1953-1954 Box 75, Folder 17
 
Simkhovitch, Mary K. (Mary Kingsbury), 1933 Box 75, Folder 19
Note UNH endorsement of her to Governor Herbert H. Lehman.
 
Social Action, 1946-1951, 1959 Box 75, Folder 20
 
Social Service Employees Union, 1945, 1947, 1949 Box 75, Folder 22
 
Social Welfare History Group, 1962-1963  Box 75, Folder 23
Note  Correspondence and newsletter
 
Social Work Recruiting Center, 1963, 1966, 1968 Box 75, Folder 24
 
Social Work Recruiting Committee of Greater New York, 1956-1958 Box 75, Folder 25
 
Social Workers for Civil Rights Action, 1967 Box 75, Folder 26
 
Society for Ethical Culture, 1952, 1957-1958, 1963 Box 75, Folder 27
 
South Bronx Concentrated Employment Program, 1967 Box 75, Folder 28
Box 45
Special Committee on the Study of Commitment Procedures, 1963 Box 45, Folder 12
Box 75
Sponsors of Open Housing Investment, 1970 Box 75, Folder 29
Box 55
Stanley M. Isaacs Award, 1964-1970, 1972 Box 55, Folder 9
Box 75
State Charities Aid Association, 1949-1950 Box 75, Folder 30
 
State Communities Aid Association, 1970 Box 75, Folder 31
Note Includes material regarding abortion.
 
Strycker’s Bay Neighborhood Council, 1964-1965 Box 75, Folder 32
Box 76
Strycker’s Bay Neighborhood Council, 1966-1970 Box 76, Folder 1
Note See also: Project Janus filed in the Series 4, Special Projects.
 
Survey Magazine - Statements on its Closing, 1952 Box 76, Folder 2
Box 50
Survey of Settlement Houses of Narcotics Use, 1955 Box 50, Folder 6
Note See also: Community Council of Greater New York, Committee on Narcotics in Series 3 and the Drug Abuse Prevention Project in Series 4, Special Projects.
Box 76
Teen-Agers Questionnaire, circa 1950 Box 76, Folder 3
 
Television, 1950-1951, 1965, 1968 Box 76, Folder 4
Box 54
The Administration of Services to Children and Youth Insurance - Savings Bank Life Insurance, 1938-1939 Box 54, Folder 7
Box 51
The Family Institute, 1967-1968 Box 51, Folder 17
Note Proposals, correspondence, and memoranda.
Box Legal 257
Tutoring, Clippings, 1960-1961 Box Legal 257, Folder 13
Box 76
Tutoring, Correspondence and Proposals, 1963-1969 Box 76, Folder 6
 
Two Bridges Neighborhood Council, 1965, 1972 Box 76, Folder 7
Note Includes proposal for a summer reading program.
 
Unemployment Insurance, 1963, 1968, 1970 Box 76, Folder 8
Box 74
UNH Backs Rent Rise, 1960-1961 Box 74, Folder 12
Note Includes statement and reactions.
Box 61
UNH’s Proposed Projects for Service Corps Workers, circa 1962 Box 61, Folder 8 to 9
Box 76
United Church Women of Brooklyn, Inc. Newsletter, 1965 Box 76, Folder 9
 
United Community Centers, 1966-1967  Box 76, Folder 10
Note Application for membership in UNH.
 
United Conference for Social Legislation, 1939 Box 76, Folder 11
Note  Proceedings and correspondence.
 
United Jewish Appeal of Greater New York, 1953-1954 Box 76, Folder 12
 
United Nations, 1952-1955, 1966-1968 Box 76, Folder 13
 
United Neighborhood Houses of Allegheny County, 1957-1959 Box 76, Folder 14
Note Correspondence, statements, and bylaws.
 
United Parents Associations, 1952, 1966 Box 76, Folder 15
Box 77
Urban Action Task Force, 1968 Box 77, Folder 13
 
Urban League of Greater New York, 1934-1964 Box 77, Folder 14 to 15
Note 1934, 1938-1939, 1954-1956, 1959, 1964. Annual report and correspondence
 
Urban Opportunities Program, 1965-1966 Box 77, Folder 16
Box 78
Urban Opportunities Program, 1967-1969 Box 78, Folder 1
 
Urban Renewal, 1961 Box 78, Folder 2
Box Legal 257
Urban Renewal and Neighborhood Conservation Newspaper Clippings. 1958-1966 Box Legal 257, Folder 14
Box 78
Vacations for the Aging, 1959 Box 78, Folder 3
 
Villard, Henry, 1969 Box 78, Folder 5
Note UNH board member and professor of economics at City College of New York.
 
VISTA (Volunteers in Service to America), 1962-1967 Box 78, Folder 6
 
Vocational Advisory Service, 1965, 1970 Box 78, Folder 4
 
Voorhees Technical Institute, 1970 Box 78, Folder 7
 
Weingarten, Victor, 1955, 1958-1960 Box 78, Folder 8
Note UNH public relations.
 
Welcome Strangers Club, 1950 Box 78, Folder 10
 
Welfare, 1967-1969, 1971-1972  Box 78, Folder 9
 
West Greenwich Village, 1961 Box 78, Folder 11
 
Westchester County Council of Social Agencies, 1951, 1958 Box 78, Folder 12
 
Williamsburg Area Renewal Effort (WARE), 1963 Box 78, Folder 16
 
Women’s City Club of New York, 1952, 1955, 1957 Box 78, Folder 17
 
Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom, 1964-1965  Box 78, Folder 18
 
Work-Study Programs, 1966-1967 Box 78, Folder 19
 
YMCA, 1952-1954 Box 78, Folder 20
 
Yorkville Human Rights Committee, 1964 Box 78, Folder 22
 
Yorkville Youth Council, 1966 Box 78, Folder 23
 
Youth and Work, 1960-1964  Box 78, Folder 24 to 25
Box Legal 257
Youth and Work Clippings, 1960-1963 Box Legal 257, Folder 15
Box 78
YWCA, 1953, 1957, 1963, 1965-1966 Box 78, Folder 21
Box
Projects for Youth, Jobs, Community Programs, Housing and Poverty 1960s-1970s Box
Note Unsorted files of various programs and topics relating to poverty and urban issues.
 
General Subject Files,  
Note The general subject files include a set of documents arranged alphabetically by subject (boxes 155-170) as well as a set of files related to specific topics, groups or projects (boxes 274-275). These materials are from additions to the UNH records that have not been fully arranged and described. Most of the records date from the 1960s to 1980.
Box 155
"A" - "At" files  Box 155, Folder
Box 156
"At" - "Ci" files, 1970s-1980s Box 156, Folder
Note Includes "child" files, and Citizens Committee for Children.
Box 157
"Ci" files, 1970s-1980s Box 157, Folder
Note Includes "City" files, "consumers" files.
Box 158
"D" files, 1970s-1980s Box 158, Folder
Note Includes day care, "Department of" files, and drugs.
Box 159
"D" -"E" files, 1970s-1980s Box 159, Folder
Box 160
"F" -" J", files 1970s-1980s Box 160, Folder
Box 161
"J" - "L" and "Legislative" files, 1970s-1980s Box 161, Folder
Box 162
"Legislative" files, 1970s-1980s Box 162, Folder
Box 163
"Legislative" to "National" files, 1970s-1980s Box 163, Folder
Box 164
"National" to "New York City" files, 1960s-1980s Box 164, Folder
Box 165
"New York City" to "New York Service" files, 1960s-1980s Box 165, Folder
Box 166
"New York Foundling" to "S" files , 1960s-1980s Box 166, Folder
Box 167
"Settlement" to "So" files, 1960s-1980s Box 167, Folder
Box 168
"So" to "United States" files, 1960s-1980s Box 168, Folder
Box 169
"United States" to "V" files, 1960s-1980s Box 169, Folder
Box 170
"W" - "Y" files, 1960s-1980s Box 170, Folder
Note Includes "youth" files.
Box 274
Miscellaneous print materials 1960s-1970s Box 274
Note Folder includes Job Corps, Youth Corps, milk grading and pricing, poverty, day care and other topics.
 
National Commission on Urban Problems, 1967 Box 274
 
Poverty and Job Corps, 1964 Box 274
 
Miscellaneous print materials, 1960s-1970s Box 274
Note Folder includes jobs, poverty programs, vocational rehabilitation, public assistance residence laws, manpower, and other programs.
 
Miscellaneous print materials,  Box 274
Note Folder includes public health, sexual health and "socio-medical" programs and studies.
 
Miscellaneous print materials,  Box 274
Note Folder includes recreation, camps, youth work, and poverty programs.
 
New York City consumer affairs, 1967 Box 274
 
Community organizing and community action projects,  Box 274
Note Folder includes legal assistance, fair housing, housing legislation, community social services, poverty, community centers and neighborhood facilities.
 
Bedford Stuyvesant Youth in Action, 1966 Box 274
 
Bedford Stuyvesant Youth in Action, Project Upward Bound,  Box 274
 
Bedford Stuyvesant Youth in Action, 1965-1967 Box 274
 
Block Communities 1966 Box 274
 
East Harlem Block Development Project proposal for anti poverty funds,  Box 274
 
Brownsville Community Council 1966 Box 274
 
"A Planning Proposal for Massive Economic Neighborhood Development (M.E.N.D.) 1964 Box 274
Note Proposal relates to East Harlem
 
M.E.N.D. East Harlem After School Study Centers, 1965-1966 Box 274
 
National Committee for Children and Youth, Conference on Unemployed, Out of School Youth in Urban America, 1961 Box 274
 
National Committee on Employment of Youth, 1965 Box 274
 
Miscellaneous print materials,  Box 274
Note Folder includes materials on fair housing, housing and race relations, and residence laws.
 
Miscellaneous print materials,  Box 274
Note Folder includes materials on drug addiction, mental health, and physical disabilities.
 
East Harlem Town Meeting, 1969 Box 274
 
East Harlem Protestant Parish Narcotics Committee, 1959 Box 274
 
Arden House Conference on Social Policy in Social Work Education, 1957 Box 274
Note April 22 - 25, 1957. Helen Harris of United Neighborhood Houses particpated in the conference sponsored by the New York School of Social Work at Columbia University.
 
Comeback, Inc. 1965 Box 274
Note Youth employment project.
 
Coney Island Community Council Antipoverty Coordinating Committee, 1966 Box 274
Note Proposed summer anti-proverty projects.
 
Community Action Program workbook, 1965 Box 274
 
Consumer-Farmer Milk Cooperative, 1950s-1960s Box 274
 
DARE Downtown Area Renewal Report, 1962 Box 274
 
"So who Needs Money to Fight Poverty...A Collection of No Cost, Low Cost Programs," New Jersey Community Action Training Institute, 1967 Box 274
 
Citywide Coordinating Committee of Welfare Groups, welfare rights projects and actions, 1968 Box 274
Box 275
Poverty and rights action committee, 1966-1971 Box 275
Note Welfare rights movement related materials.
 
"Neighborhood Center Research" by William Schwartz, 1964 Box 275
Note Columbia University School of Social Work research project.
 
International Association of Schools of Social Work, 1966-1971 Box 275
 
"A Study of Short Term Cases" by Axelrad, Frings, Herzog, 1951 Box 275
Note Research Department, Jewish Family Service, Inc.
 
Grapevine, Volume 1, number 2, 1969 Box 275
Note Local African American paper from Bedford-Stuyvensant neighborhood in New York.
 
National Council of Jewish Women brochures on school volunteers, 1960s Box 275
 
The Council of International Programs for Youth Leaders and Social Workes, Inc. brochure, 1968 Box 275
 
"How to End Segregation in Housing," New York State Committee on Discrimination in Housing, undated Box 275
 
Camp Beaumont for the Non-Retarded Child with Emotional or Perceptual Problems brochure, undated Box 275
 
Series 4 Special Projects, 1939-1940, 1944-1946, 1959-1970s 
Note Series 4 includes records generated by special UNH-sponsored projects. These records differ from those included in the Programs, Organizations, and Subjects series in that UNH secured special funding and/or hired separate staff for these projects. However, in some cases, information on these projects or related topics was also filed with the Programs, Organizations, and Subjects records.
 
Series 4.1 Miscellaneous Projects,  
Box 1
Motion Picture Project, 1960 Box 1, Folder 30
Box 176
New Centers Project, 1970s Box 176, Folder
Note In conjunction with the New York City Housing Authority's upgrade of five older public housing developments, UNH provided training, consultation and technical assistance for community members to establish a "mini-settlement" in each development. The following centers were established or proposed: East River Metro North Community Center, Carey Gardens Community Center, Langston Hughes Community Center, South Jamaica Community Center, and St. Nicholas Houses Community Center. The records contain general training information that documents all aspects of training to administer the new centers
 
Series 4.2 Project Allen, 1969-1972 
Note Project Allen was a juvenile delinquency prevention program with special emphasis on drug abuse prevention. The Vivian B. Allen Foundation funded the $650,000 project. UNH distributed foundation funds to member houses, which in turn used the money to hire staff to run special youth programs. During the course of the project, between 18 and 24 settlements participated. The settlements' programs varied in design and method.
The records include correspondence, memoranda, reports, financial reports, grant proposals, and evaluations. A final evaluation, however, is not available. The folders devoted to participating settlements contain each member house's original proposal together with commentaries by UNH staff members Helen M. Harris, Lois Buell, Clara Fox, and Juliet Brudney. Elizabeth Day and Marian Seifert were the UNH staff members specifically assigned to Project Allen.
Box 79
Application for State Aid, 1970 Box 79, Folder 8
 
Bibliographies and Resource Material, 1969-1970 Box 79, Folder 9
 
Reports,  
Box 79
Progress Reports, 1969-1970 Box 79, Folder 1
 
Head Worker’s Quarterly Reports, October 1970 - March 1972 Box 79, Folder 2 to 5
Note Arranged alphabetically by settlement.
 
Annual Reports from Settlements, October 1970 - September 1971 Box 79, Folder 6
 
Reporting Forms, 1969-1970 Box 79, Folder 7
 
Participating Settlements,  
Box 79
Bronx River Neighborhood Centers, 1969-1973 Box 79, Folder 10
 
Brooklyn Heights Youth Center, 1969-1972 Box 79, Folder 11
 
Claremont Neighborhood Center, 1969-1972 Box 79, Folder 12
 
Colony-South Brooklyn Houses, 1969-1972 Box 79, Folder 13
Box 80
East Side House, 1969-1970 Box 80, Folder 1
 
Educational Alliance, 1969-1971 Box 80, Folder 2
 
Five Towns Community House, 1969-1971  Box 80, Folder 3
 
Goddard-Riverside Community Center, 1969-1972  Box 80, Folder 4
 
Grand Street Settlement, 1969-1972 Box 80, Folder 5
 
Greenwich House, 1969-1971 Box 80, Folder 6
 
Grosvenor Neighborhood House, 1969-1972  Box 80, Folder 7
 
Hamilton-Madison House, 1969-1972 Box 80, Folder 8
 
Henry Street Settlement, 1969-1972 Box 80, Folder 9
 
Hudson Guild, 1969-1970 Box 80, Folder 10
 
Stanley M. Isaacs Neighborhood Center, 1969-1972  Box 80, Folder 11
 
James Weldon Johnson Community Center, 1969-1970  Box 80, Folder 12
 
Lenox Hill Neighborhood Association, 1969-1972  Box 80, Folder 13
 
Lincoln Square Neighborhood Center, 1969-1972 Box 80, Folder 14
Box 81
Manhattanville Community Center, 1969-1970 Box 81, Folder 1
 
Jacob A. Riis, 1969-1971 Box 81, Folder 2
 
School Settlement, 1969-1971 Box 81, Folder 3
 
Union Settlement, 1969-1972 Box 81, Folder 4
 
University Settlement, 1969-1970 Box 81, Folder 5
 
Williamsburg Settlement, 1969 Box 81, Folder 6
 
Willoughby House, 1969-1970 Box 81, Folder 7
 
Rejected Proposals, 1969 Box 81, Folder 8
 
Project Allen Staff,  
Box 81
Staff Meetings, Minutes and Announcements, 1969-1972 Box 81, Folder 22
Box 82
Mailing List, 1970, undated Box 82, Folder 1
 
Staff Credentials, 1971 Box 82, Folder 2
 
Job Descriptions, 1971 Box 82, Folder 3
Box 81
General Correspondence, 1969-1973 Box 81, Folder 9
 
Memoranda to Helen M. Harris from Elizabeth Day, 1969-1970 Box 81, Folder 10
 
Correspondence with the Vivian B. Allen Foundation, 1969-1971 Box 81, Folder 11
 
Financial Reports, 1969-1972 Box 81, Folder 12 to 20
 
Miscellaneous Financial Notes, ca. 1969-1970 Box 81, Folder 21
Box 82
Project Allen Conference, 1972 Box 82, Folder 4
 
"Neighborhood Facts" for Drug Referral, 1972-1973 Box 82, Folder 5
Box 171-172
Series 4.3 Alternatives to Detention (ATD), 1970s Box 171-172
Note Series 4.3 consists of reports, grant proposals and applications, correspondence, and resource materials for the Alternatives to Detention program (ATD), an education, jobs, and counseling program for youth. ATD enrolled youth who were referred from the court or prison systems, social services, or other sources. The program provided group counseling, job training and vocational guidance, educational services, and recreation. The records document these activities as well as the project design, client criteria, and evaluation of the program.
Client names and personal information are restricted.
Box 173-175
Series 4.4 South Bronx Youth Service System, 1970s Box 173-175
Note Series 4.4 documents a cooperative program between UNH and the Regional Office of Youth Development to create and study a system for coordinating and providing services to youth in the South Bronx area of New York City. Spurred by the Juvenile Justice Act of 1972 and the National Strategy for Youth Development, UNH, with funding from the Department of Health Education and Welfare, established a pilot program to coordinate all youth-related agencies and services in a single area. These included parents, schools, churches, health services, the justice system, businesses, the arts, and gangs to "bring alienated youth into the decision making processes of the society around them." Five UNH member houses in the South Bronx served as the primary agencies for implementing the project. Each house established a youth cadre. "Mobilizers" organized and trained the youth, apparently for various aspects of community service. Representatives of each cadre served on "mini" and "maxi" councils that helped to provide coordination and leadership.
 
Series 4.5 East Harlem Youth Project, 1944-1946 
Note With the financial assistance of the New York Community Trust, UNH sponsored a short-term juvenile delinquency project, directed by Dora Einert. The aim of the project was to evaluate the recreational opportunities available to young people between the ages of 12 and 17 living in East Harlem. The program was based on the premise that juvenile delinquency was caused by "emotional stresses and feelings of inadequacy and insecurity." During the course of the project, a lounge for young people at a branch library and a storefront neighborhood center were created. Additionally, the project helped organize dances ("teen canteens") at a local school and a community Christmas party.
Series 4.5 consists of correspondence and general materials, correspondence with student interns, minutes of the project steering committee, the director's final report, maps and demographic information, and notes from interviews with youth.
Box 82
Correspondence and General Materials, 1944-1945 Box 82, Folder 6 to 8
 
Student Interns, 1944-1945 Box 82, Folder 9
 
Steering Committee Minutes, 1944-1945 Box 82, Folder 10
 
Director’s Report (Dora M. Einert), 1944-1945 Box 82, Folder 11
 
Proposals, Reports, Evaluations, and Demographic Information, 1945-1946  Box 82, Folder 12
 
Library Lounge - Interviews with Youth, ca. 1945 Box 82, Folder 13
 
Series 4.6 Employment and Job Training Programs, 1963-1969 
Note The programs are listed in chronological order.
Box 82
Food Services Training Program, 1963-1964 Box 82, Folder 14
 
Food Services Program Photographs, 1965 Box 82, Folder 15
 
Junior Internships in Early Childhood Development, 1963-1964 Box 82, Folder 16
Box 94
Proposal for "A Working Partnership of Business and Settlement Houses," 1968 Box 94, Folder 4
Note In the spring of 1968, UNH proposed "A Working Partnership of Business and Settlement Houses" that was to have involved private employers through the federal government's JOBS (Job Opportunities in the Business Sector) program, settlements, and the New York Urban Coalition. The Urban Coalition, however, was not interested in working with the settlements. Some coalition members complained that the settlements were "passé, unrepresentative of the communities they serve, unaware of community problems, have an outmoded approach to contemporary affairs, and do not know how to work with nonwhites." (Letter of Victor Weingarten to Helen M. Harris, August 28, 1968.)
 
Committee for the Development of Jobs for Neighborhood Youth Corps Enrollees, 1967 Box 94, Folder 5
Note  Minutes, announcements, and correspondence.
 
Jobs Development, 1968-1969 Box 94, Folder 6 to 7
Note UNH’s efforts to tap Department of Labor and private sources for various jobs proposals.
 
Series 4.7 Neighborhood Youth Corps, 1964-1969 
Note Series 4.7 consists of records documenting Neighborhood Youth Corps, a federally funded jobs program. Records include manuals, procedures, minutes, correspondence, memoranda, financial records, evaluations and reports, newsletters, photographs, contracts, personnel files for some professional staff members, and various statistical reports on enrollee attendance and placement. The settlement work site files include correspondence between UNH's Neighborhood Youth Corps office and the settlements, in addition to descriptions of the various Youth Corps jobs.
UNH's active participation in the Neighborhood Youth Corps and other jobs programs was a natural extension of UNH Executive Director, Helen M. Harris' involvement in youth policy and programs. Harris administered the National Youth Administration in New York City and Long Island between 1938 and 1942. The NYA was a New Deal program that sought to give unemployed young people work experience and sufficient wages to enable them to finish high school or college. Harris maintained her interest in the problems of unemployed youth and served on the New York City Mayor's Conference on Youth and Work from 1961 to 1965.
During the 1950s, UNH pressured New York State to decentralize its youth services in New York City. In 1969, UNH staff member, Juliet F. Brudney, described how UNH "pulled together a citywide committee of experts from public and private agencies and developed a plan for a New York City Youth Corps, based on the National Youth Administration work experience program. At the same time, we worked to get the Youth Employment Opportunities Acts of 1962 and 1963 passed in Washington." Brudney adds that the City Youth Corps idea gave way to JOIN (Job Orientation in Neighborhoods), a federally financed program to reach the most hard-core unemployed youth.

[Brudney, Juliet F. "Strengthening the Neighborhood Youth Corps."]


UNH began administering the Neighborhood Youth Corps program in its settlement houses in 1965. Corps programs were funded by the U.S. Department of Labor under the Economic Opportunity Act of 1964. In New York City, the program was first administered by the city's Anti-Poverty Operations Board, followed by the Economic Opportunity Committee in 1966, and, by 1967, the Manpower and Career Development Agency of the city's Human Resources Administration. UNH was one of an average of 28 agencies that contracted with the city to run corps programs.
The Neighborhood Youth Corps was available to impoverished youth between the ages of 16 and 21. (By 1967, the minimum age was lowered to 14.) In 1966, three programs were available: "out-of-school" for youth who had dropped out of school; "in-school" for young people who were still in school or intended to return; and a summer program for "in-school" enrollees. UNH recruited, selected, and placed youth in various corps jobs in approximately 25 different settlements. Occasionally, a youth was "outstationed" at a non-settlement work site such as a hospital. Typically, a UNH enrollee was given temporary clerical, repair, maintenance, or food service jobs. Some were program aides and a few learned photographic and film making skills through a special film program, a project that earned some national attention. Howard E A. Dusold was UNH's Neighborhood Youth Corps director and Fritzi Kort served as assistant director.
Recruitment became a problem for UNH in the latter stages of the program. At a March 1969 meeting, UNH Neighborhood Youth Corps staff debated whether to cease operations then because of low enrollments. UNH terminated its Neighborhood Youth Corps program in November 1969, when it had failed to recruit half its quota of 60 youth.
 
Procedures,  
Box 82
Administrative Regulations and Department of Labor Material, 1964-1967 Box 82, Folder 17
Note Includes general descriptions.
Box 83
Procedures Manuals from City and Federal Governments, 1964-1969, undated Box 83, Folder 1 to 4
 
Department of Labor Sponsors’ Conference, 1966 Box 83, Folder 5
 
Department of Labor Audit, 1968 Box 83, Folder 6
Note Investigation of alleged city misappropriation of Corps funds.
 
Meetings,  
Box 83
City-Wide Coordinating Committee, 1965-1969 Box 83, Folder 7 to 8
Note Minutes and announcements.
 
Enrollee Council, 1967 Box 83, Folder 9
Note Minutes and announcements.
 
Administration of Neighborhood Youth Corps by UNH,  
Box 83
Survey of Job Opportunities at Member Houses, 1964 Box 83, Folder 10
Box 84
Original Proposal and Preliminary Inquiries and Quotas, 1964 Box 84, Folder 1
 
Correspondence and Memoranda, 1965 Box 84, Folder 2 to 3
 
Out of School Program, 1966 Box 84, Folder 4
 
Proposal for Experimental Remedial Program with the Board of Fundamental Education, 1966 Box 84, Folder 5
Note Proposal was not implemented.
 
Contract Letters with Settlements, 1966-1967 Box 84, Folder 6
 
General Correspondence, 1966-1967 Box 84, Folder 7
 
Enrichment Proposals, 1967 Box 84, Folder 8
 
General Correspondence, 1967 - 1970 Box 84, Folder 9 to 10
Box 85
In-School Program, 1966-1969 Box 85, Folder 1 to 2
 
Summer Program, 1965-1969 Box 85, Folder 3 to 5
Note Contracts, proposals, and administrative material.
 
Settlement Participation, 1969 Box 85, Folder 6
Note Discussion of whether to continue program.
 
"Standard Procedures for UNH’s Summer Neighborhood Youth Corps Program," 1966 Box 85, Folder 7
Note By Robert Lefcourt.
 
Miscellaneous Reporting Forms, circa 1965-1969 Box 85, Folder 8
 
Youth Corps Finances,  
Box Legal 257
Budgets and Statements, 1965-1969 Box Legal 257, Folder 16 to 17
Box 85
Equipment and Inventory, 1964-1969 Box 85, Folder 9
 
Payroll, 1965 Box 85, Folder 10
 
Miscellaneous Financial, 1965-1969 Box 85, Folder 11
 
Youth Corps Correspondence and Memoranda Files,  
Box 85
General, 1965-1969 Box 85, Folder 12
 
Job Orientation in Neighborhoods (JOIN), 1965-1966 Box 85, Folder 13
Note See also: Series 3, Programs, Organizations, and Subjects.
Box 86
Mobilization for Youth, 1964-1965 Box 86, Folder 1
 
Youth Employment Service (YES), 1965 Box 86, Folder 2
 
Memoranda (New York City) 101-179, 1965-1969 Box 86, Folder 3
 
Memoranda (New York State) 1-191, 1965-1969 Box 86, Folder 4 to 6
 
Memoranda (Internal) 1-32, 1965 Box 86, Folder 7
Box Legal 257
Summer Program, 1966-1968 Box Legal 257, Folder 18
 
Youth Corps Evaluations,  
Box 86
Director’s Reports, 1965-1969 Box 86, Folder 8
 
Field Visits Reports, 1965-1969 Box 86, Folder 9
 
Evaluations by Field Supervisors, 1965-1969 Box 86, Folder 10
Box 87
New York City Schools, 1966 Box 87, Folder 5
Note Reports on the operation of the Neighborhood Youth Corps in the school system.
 
Study and Evaluation of Regular and Summer Programs, 1967 Box 87, Folder 6
Note By Peter Corradi and Matthew Alcuri.
 
Six-Month Evaluation of the Out-of-School Neighborhood Youth Corps, 1967 Box 87, Folder 7
 
Random Sample of 100 Terminated Regular UNH Neighborhood Youth Corps Enrollees, circa 1967 Box 87, Folder 8
 
Research, 1967-1968 Box 87, Folder 9
Note Includes Fordham University, Louis M. Wakoff Research Center, and the Bureau of Social Science Research.
 
Summer Program,  
Box 86
Evaluations by Settlement Directors, 1965-1966 Box 86, Folder 11
 
Evaluations by Crew Members, 1966 Box 86, Folder 12
Box 87
Evaluation by the Center for Urban Education, 1966 Box 87, Folder 1
 
Evaluation by Crew Chiefs, 1967 Box 87, Folder 2
 
Summer Evaluation Conference Reports, 1967, 1969 Box 87, Folder 3 to 4
 
Youth Corps Personnel,  
Box 87
Staff Lists, 1967-1968 Box 87, Folder 10
 
Staff Meetings, 1965-1969 Box 87, Folder 11
 
In-service Training, 1967 Box 87, Folder 12
 
Personnel Practices, 1968 Box 87, Folder 13
 
Correspondence and Applications, 1965-1969 Box 87, Folder 14 to 15
Note Arranged alphabetically
Box 88
Correspondence and Applications, 1965-1969 Box 88, Folder 1 to 4
Note Arranged alphabetically
 
Neighborhood Youth Corps Publicity and Newsletters,  
Box 88
Press Releases and Clippings, 1964-1969 Box 88, Folder 5
 
Success Stories, 1965-1967 Box 88, Folder 6
 
Contact , 1966-1967 Box 88, Folder 7
Note UNH Neighborhood Youth Corps newspaper. Publication was supervised by Henry Street Settlement.
 
Staff Notes , 1967-1968 Box 88, Folder 8
Note Publication of New York City Neighborhood Youth Corps
 
Newsletters, 1968 Box 88, Folder 9
Note Publications of the city Human Resources Administration and the city office of Manpower and Career Development.
 
Special Youth Corps Projects,  
Box 89
Early Childhood Training Program, 1968 Box 89, Folder 1
 
Enrollee Job Placement, 1965-1968 Box 89, Folder 2
 
Photography Project, 1965-1968 Box 89, Folder 3 to 6
 
Photo Unit Trip to Washington, 1966 Box 89, Folder 7
 
Photographs of Hudson Guild Film Unit, 1966-1967 Box 89, Folder 8
 
Photo Exhibit, 1967 Box 89, Folder 9
 
Photographs of Career Conference, 1968 Box 89, Folder 10
 
General Photographs, 1968-1969 Box 89, Folder 11
 
On-the-Job Training Project, 1968 Box 89, Folder 12
 
Poster Contest, 1966-1967 Box 89, Folder 13
 
Sound and Motion Picture Project Proposal, 1967 Box 89, Folder 14
 
Tutoring and Remediation, 1967 Box 89, Folder 15
 
Work Training in Industry, 1967-1968 Box 89, Folder 16
 
Youth Corps Reports and Records,  
Box 89
Enrollee Accident Reports, 1966-1968 Box 89, Folder 17
Box 90
Weekly Statistical Reports, 1965-1967 Box 90, Folder 1
 
Reports on Enrollee Attendance, 1965-1968 Box 90, Folder 2 to 3
 
Enrollee Cards, 1966-1968 Box 90, Folder 4
Box Legal 257
Sponsors’ Activity Reports, 1966-1969 Box Legal 257, Folder 19
Box Legal 258
Sponsors’ Activity Reports,  Box Legal 258, Folder 1
 
Settlement Work Stations,  
Box Legal 258
Job Sites, 1965-1969 Box Legal 258, Folder 2
Note Includes UNH-sponsored sites and other New York City work stations.
 
Job Descriptions, 1965 Box Legal 258, Folder 3
Note Lists of job sites and openings assigned to each station.
Box 90
UNH Job Quotas and Placement Controversies, 1965-1969 Box 90, Folder 5
 
Area I (The Bronx), 1965-1966,  Box 90, Folder 6
 
Area I Field Supervisor’s Reports, 1965 Box 90, Folder 7
 
Area II (Brooklyn), 1965-1966 Box 90, Folder 8
 
Area II Field Supervisor’s Reports, 1965-1966 Box 90, Folder 9
 
Area II, Anne Charnow, 1965-1967 Box 90, Folder 10
 
Area III (Manhattan, Upper East Side), 1965 Box 90, Folder 11
 
Area III Field Supervisor’s Reports, 1965 Box 90, Folder 12
Box 91
Area IV (Manhattan, Lower East Side), 1965 Box 91, Folder 1
 
Area IV Field Supervisor’s Reports, 1965 Box 91, Folder 2
 
Area V (Manhattan, West Side), 1965 Box 91, Folder 3
 
Area V Field Supervisor’s Reports, 1965 Box 91, Folder 4
 
Area V, Mabel Clayton, 1965-1966 Box 91, Folder 5
 
Bloomingdale - Brooklyn Hospital, 1965-1968 Box 91, Folder 6
 
Christodora House - Coney Island Family Center, 1964-1967 Box 91, Folder 7
 
East Side House, 1964-1967 Box 91, Folder 8
 
Educational Alliance - Fountain House, 1964-1967 Box 91, Folder 9
Box 92
Goddard-Riverside - Grosvenor, 1964-1967 Box 92, Folder 1
 
Hamilton-Madison House - Henry Street, 1964-1968 Box 92, Folder 2
 
Hudson Guild - James Weldon Johnson, 1964-1968 Box 92, Folder 3
 
La Guardia Memorial House - Lenox Hill, 1964-1968 Box 92, Folder 4
 
Lincoln Square - Morningside Community Center, 1964-1968 Box 92, Folder 5
 
National Federation of Settlements - Riverdale, 1964-1968 Box 92, Folder 6
Box 93
School Settlement - Third Street Music School, 1964-1968 Box 93, Folder 1
 
Union Settlement - Yetev Lev D’Satmar, 1964-1967 Box 93, Folder 2
 
Series 4.8 Strengthening the Neighborhood Youth Corps, 1968-1970 
Note In June, 1968, UNH appealed to the Greater New York Fund, stating that "the Neighborhood Youth Corps provides little more than stipends of $37.50 to unemployed young dropouts." It secured a $50,000 three month grant from the Greater New York Fund to "strengthen the Neighborhood Youth Corps." UNH shifted all of its approximately 150 enrollees to only four settlements, where the youth received such pre-employment services as remedial education or training in typing and keypunching. Staff also tried to identify and correct any health or personal problems that might interfere with an enrollee's future job performance. UNH followed the progress of enrollees after they left the program. During the course of the Greater New York Fund project, UNH realized a need for job-related educational materials for young people and secured a small grant from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation to develop such materials.
Box 93
Draft and Report, 1969 Box 93, Folder 3
Note Grant from the Greater New York Fund.
 
Proposals, Preliminary Reports, Budgets, and Correspondence, 1968-1969 Box 93, Folder 4
 
Press Coverage and Correspondence on Report Distribution, 1969-1970 Box 93, Folder 5
 
Follow-up Interviews, 1968-1969 Box 93, Folder 6
 
Participating Settlements Correspondence,  
Box 93
Claremont Neighborhood Center, 1968-1969 Box 93, Folder 7
 
Colony House, 1968-1969 Box 93, Folder 8
 
James Weldon Johnson Center, 1968-1969 Box 93, Folder 9
 
Education Unit’s Reports, 1968 Box 93, Folder 10
 
Morningside Community Center, 1968-1969 Box 93, Folder 11
 
Group Counselor’s Reports, 1968-1969 Box 93, Folder 12
 
Job Development and Placement, 1968-1969 Box 93, Folder 13
 
Health Services, 1968-1969 Box 93, Folder 14
Box 94
Recruitment and Terminations, 1968-1969 Box 94, Folder 1
 
Remediation, 1968, undated Box 94, Folder 2
 
Training, 1968-1969 Box 94, Folder 3
Note Including key punch, photography, and typing instruction.
 
Series 4.9 Settlement Houses Employment Development, Inc. (SHED), 1969-1970s 
Note In August, 1969, ten settlements and UNH raised a small budget to form the Settlement Houses Employment Development, Inc. (SHED), a non profit, manpower development organization. Technically, SHED was independent of UNH, although many UNH members were also members of SHED. The conviction of SHED members was that neighborhood based settlement houses were in a better position to help jobless youth deal with any employment difficulties than centralized agencies. SHED staff helped private employers contract with the U.S. Department of Labor for employment funds and subcontract with settlements for services. Juliet F. Brudney headed SHED from its inception until 1971, when Daniel A. Dewees succeeded her.
Box 94
Executive Board, 1969-1972 Box 94, Folder 8
 
Memoranda, 1969-1972 Box 94, Folder 9
 
Correspondence, 1969-1972 Box 94, Folder 10
Box 95
Economic Development Council of New York City, 1971 Box 95, Folder 1
 
Reports by Director and Staff Members, 1969-1972 Box 95, Folder 2
 
Financial, 1969-1972 Box 95, Folder 3
Note Correspondence, Budgets, and Statements
 
Search for Executive Director, 1971 Box 95, Folder 4
 
Staff Meetings, 1970-1971 Box 95, Folder 5
 
Job Related Basic Education Materials and Training Center (proposal), 1969 Box 95, Folder 6
 
Publicity, 1969-1971 Box 95, Folder 7
 
Mobil Oil Company Job Interviews, 1969 Box 95, Folder 8
 
Curriculum Development Grant, 1971 Box 95, Folder 9
 
Curriculum Materials and Bibliographies, 1970 Box 95, Folder 10
Box 177
General SHED Materials, circa 1970s Box 177, Folder
 
Series 4.10 Neighborhood Conservation Projects,  
Note In August, 1959, Mayor Robert F. Wagner launched New York City upon a new course of neighborhood rehabilitation and slum clearance when he announced the creation of the Neighborhood Conservation Project. In essence, neighborhood conservation projects sought to conserve and rehabilitate existing neighborhoods and housing, rather than fight urban decay by clearing sites and building new housing projects. The Neighborhood Conservation Project's three original goals were to slow the rate of decay, develop cohesive communities and foster familial stability, and to develop new ways to use city personnel efficiently. The city provided thorough health, building, and fire inspections and strict enforcement of building code ordinances in the target areas. Meanwhile, project personnel helped the large families living in single room apartments (often referred to as SROs in the records) find larger quarters. The project also tried to help landlords restore their buildings by providing them with information regarding state and federal mortgage programs or city real estate tax abatement plans.
 
Bloomingdale Neighborhood Conservation Project, 1959-1969 
Note UNH, along with Grosvenor House and the Master Institute of United Arts, sponsored one of the initial projects in the Bloomingdale neighborhood on Manhattan's West Side. The Master Institute of United Arts provided office space and financed the project until October 1961, when the city assumed financial responsibility. United Neighborhood Houses kept the project books and distributed the funds. In addition to monitoring the discovery and correction of housing code violations, the Bloomingdale project also lobbied for increased attention and use of nearby Riverside Park. A preschool program for neighborhood children and their parents was another project outcome. This preschool program, known as the Bloomingdale Family Program, served as a model for UNH's Integrated Pre School Parent Opportunity Centers (filed elsewhere in this series). Carol C. Petegorsky directed the Bloomingdale Project through 1959, when Juliet F. Brudney succeeded her. Brudney left Bloomingdale in 1962 to join UNH as the special projects consultant. Barbara J. Oliver succeeded her at Bloomingdale.
Box Legal 258
Contracts and Agreements, 1959-1963 Box Legal 258, Folder 4
 
Steering Committee Minutes, 1959-1966 Box Legal 258, Folder 5 to 8
 
Neighborhood Advisory Committee and the Bloomingdale Conservation Association, 1959-1963 Box Legal 258, Folder 9
Note Citizens' group.
 
Bloomingdale Neighborhood Conservation Association Bylaws, 1959-1963 Box Legal 258, Folder 10
 
Bloomingdale Project Volunteers, 1960-1961 Box Legal 258, Folder 11
 
Tenants and Neighborhood Residents, 1960-1962 Box Legal 258, Folder 12
 
Meetings of Conservation Project Personnel and New York City Officials, 1960-1964 Box Legal 258, Folder 13
Box Legal 259
Meetings of Tenants and New York City Officials, 1959-1960 Box Legal 259, Folder 1
Note Includes correspondence.
 
Correspondence and Memoranda, 1961-1966 Box Legal 259, Folder 2 to 3
 
Bloomingdale Project Financial Records,  
Box 95
Audits, 1962-1963 Box 95, Folder 11
 
Ledger and Cash Book, 1959-1960, 1962-1963 Box 95, Folder 12 to 13
 
Budgets, Statements, and Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1959-1965 Box 95, Folder 14
 
Contributions Correspondence, 1959-1960 Box 95, Folder 15
Box 96
Contributions Correspondence, 1959-1961 Box 96, Folder 1
 
Foundations, 1960-1961 Box 96, Folder 2
 
Tax Exemption, 1962-1964 Box 96, Folder 3
 
Personnel Correspondence, 1959-1964 Box 96, Folder 4
 
Reports, 1959-1961 Box 96, Folder 5
Note Includes descriptions, evaluations, and progress reports.
 
Progress Reports, 1962-1963 Box 96, Folder 6
 
General Reports, 1965 Box 96, Folder 7
 
Riverside Park,  
Box 96
Reports, 1962-1963 Box 96, Folder 8
 
Correspondence and Memoranda, 1960-1969 Box 96, Folder 9 to 11
 
Contributor Correspondence, 1960-1961 Box 96, Folder 12
 
Playgroup Advisory Committee, 1961-1964 Box 96, Folder 13
Box 97
Playgroup Weekly Reports, 1960 Box 97, Folder 1
 
Playgroup Photos, 1964 Box 97, Folder 2
Note See also: Riverside Park, Adele R. Levy Memorial in Series 3 Programs, Organizations, and Subjects.
Box Legal 259
Bloomingdale Family Program, 1962-1968 Box Legal 259, Folder 4 to 5
Box 97
Bloomingdale Family Program, Junior Intern Project,  Box 97, Folder 3
Note Child welfare demonstration grant at Grosvenor West Side.
Box Legal 259
Bloomingdale Neighborhood Recreation Committee, 1963-1966 Box Legal 259, Folder 6
 
Health Project, 1960, 1963 Box Legal 259, Folder 7
Box 97
The Master Institute of United Arts, General Information, ca. 1958 Box 97, Folder 4
 
Operation Integration, 1965 Box 97, Folder 5
 
Hudson Neighborhood Conservation Project,  
Note The Hudson Neighborhood Conservation Project in the Chelsea neighborhood operated under the auspices of Hudson Guild, a UNH member.
Box 97
Correspondence and Memoranda, 1963-1968 Box 97, Folder 6
 
Progress Reports, 1965-1968 Box 97, Folder 7
 
Audits, 1962-1963 Box 97, Folder 8
 
Cash Book and General Ledger, 1962-1963 Box 97, Folder 9
 
Financial Statements and Miscellaneous, 1961-1965 Box 97, Folder 10
Box Legal 259
Steering Committee Minutes, 1964-1968 Box Legal 259, Folder 8
 
Carnegie Hill Conservation Project, 1962 Box Legal 259, Folder 9
Box 97
Neighborhood Conservation, General Topics 1959-1967 Box 97, Folder 11
 
Newspaper Clippings, 1959-1961 Box 97, Folder 12
 
Series 4.11 Integrated Pre-School and Parent Opportunity Centers,  
Note With a grant from the federal Office of Economic Opportunity (OEO), United Neighborhood Houses organized three preschool centers in 1965. Although these centers were organized independent of Head Start, they eventually became part of the New York City Head Start program. (At the time that UNH operated its preschool program, Head Start was administered by the Office of Economic Opportunity.)
Juliet F. Brudney, UNH special services consultant, developed the program incorporating some of the features of the Bloomingdale Family Project. (See Series 4.10 for more information on the Bloomingdale project.) The preschools' guiding philosophy was that children learn in direct relation to their parents' understanding of the educational process. For that reason, the preschool project offered training for mothers (and, when possible, fathers) as well as for children.
A project director and a reporter-evaluator had overall administrative responsibility for the integrated preschool program. Clara Fox, who had been New York City's Head Start coordinator, was the preschool's first director. She left that position in October 1967 to direct Project PASSAGE. Viola Phoenix succeeded Fox as preschool director. A school director and parent coordinator directed the activities of teachers, aides, and volunteers at each preschool.
Originally, three settlements sponsored integrated preschool centers: Lenox Hill Neighborhood Association and Manhattanville Community Center in Manhattan, and the South Brooklyn Neighborhood House in Brooklyn. In September 1966, Colony House joined the South Brooklyn Center to co-sponsor the Brooklyn program. About 50 children, between the ages of three and five years old, were enrolled in each of the three centers. The United Neighborhood Houses relinquished control of the integrated preschool program in 1969. The three schools continued to operate as Head Start centers sponsored by individual settlements.
The records of the integrated preschool projects include correspondence, memoranda, reports, grant applications and financial proposals, some monthly financial statements, and student records. Most of the student records were sampled in an effort to reduce the collection's bulk. A note describing the sampling technique is included in each folder. In most cases, every tenth record was preserved. Records pertaining to each center or school follow the general administrative records. Some student records, such as attendance records or reports on how preschool "graduates" fared in elementary school, are filed with the general administrative records in box 102.
General correspondence, financial, personnel, and committee records, as well as project reports, contracts, and publicity materials, are listed first. The general files are followed by student information. Records from participating pre school centers are listed last.
Box 97
Child Study Association of America, 1965-1966 Box 97, Folder 13
Note Proposals and correspondence.
 
College Student Programs, 1967-1969 Box 97, Folder 14
Note Includes Hunter College, Urban Corps, and the National YMCA.
 
Community Action Programs, 1964-1969 Box 97, Folder 15
Box 98
General Correspondence, 1964-1971, undated  Box 98, Folder 1 to 3
 
Reports, 1965-1969 Box 98, Folder 4
 
School Equipment, 1965-1967 Box 98, Folder 5
 
Food Preparation, 1969 Box 98, Folder 6
 
Financial and Grant Records,  
Box 98
Financial and Grant Proposals, 1964-1968 Box 98, Folder 7 to 11
 
"Project Grosvenor" Grant Application, 1967 Box 98, Folder 12
 
Grant Proposals, October 1968 - September 1969 Box 98, Folder 13
Box 99
Grant Proposals, October 1968 - September 1969 Box 99, Folder 1
 
Audits, 1967-1968 Box 99, Folder 2
 
Monthly Status Statements, 1966-1967 Box 99, Folder 3
 
Monthly Financial Statements, 1966-1969 Box 99, Folder 4
 
Lenox Hill "Funding Crisis," 1968, undated Box 99, Folder 5
 
Correspondence, 1965-1969, undated Box 99, Folder 6 to 7
 
Health Services,  
Box 99
Correspondence, 1966-1968 Box 99, Folder 8
 
Plan, Reports, and Minutes, 1966-1967, undated Box 99, Folder 9
 
Reference, 1967-1969 Box 99, Folder 10
Box Legal 259
Contracts with New York City Community Development Agency, 1968-1969 Box Legal 259, Folder 10
Box 99
Third-year Objectives and Work Program, 1968 Box 99, Folder 11
 
Operation Head Start, Summer 1965: "A Retrospective Look," by Clara Fox, 1965 Box 99, Folder 12
 
Personnel,  
Box 99
Correspondence, Memoranda, and Lists of Staff Members, 1962-1969 Box 99, Folder 13
 
Group Insurance, 1965-1969, undated Box 99, Folder 14
 
Staff In-Service Training, 1965-1967 Box 99, Folder 15
Box 100
Job Descriptions, 1967, undated Box 100, Folder 1
 
Resumes and Staff Information, 1965-1969 Box 100, Folder 2 to 5
 
Staff Meetings, 1965-1969 Box 100, Folder 6
 
Staff Turnover, 1967 Box 100, Folder 7
 
Policy Advisory Committees,  
Box 100
Committee Authority and Responsibility, 1967, 1969 Box 100, Folder 8
 
Agendas and Minutes, 1965-1969 Box 100, Folder 9
 
Correspondence, 1965-1969 Box 100, Folder 10
 
Membership Lists, 1965-1969, undated Box 100, Folder 11
 
Lenox Hill Policy Advisory Committee, 1968-1969 Box 100, Folder 12
 
Manhattanville Policy Advisory Committee, 1968-1969 Box 100, Folder 13
 
South Brooklyn-Colony House Policy Advisory Committee, 1968 Box 100, Folder 14
 
Psychological Services and Testing, 1966-1968 Box 100, Folder 15
 
Press Releases and Newspaper Clippings, 1965-1968 Box 100, Folder 16
 
Integrated Pre School and Parent Opportunity Centers Reports,  
Box 100
Reporter-Evaluator Reports, 1965-1969 Box 100, Folder 17 to 18
Box 101
Progress Report for 1965-1967 Draft, ca. July 1967 Box 101, Folder 1
 
Progress Report for 1965-1967 Final Copy, 24807 Box 101, Folder 2
 
Progress Reports, 1965 - March 1969 Box 101, Folder 3 to 4
 
Final Report, 25416 Box 101, Folder 5
 
Infantry, Interviews with Aides, 1966-1967 Box 101, Folder 6
 
Follow-up Interviews, ca. 1968 Box 101, Folder 7
 
Male Assistants, Interviews and Notes, 1966-1967 Box 101, Folder 8
 
Middle-Class Families, Interviews and Notes, 1965-1969, undated  Box 101, Folder 9
 
Neighborhood Aides, 1966-1967, undated Box 101, Folder 10
 
Program Relations with Elementary Schools, 1965-1967, undated  Box 101, Folder 11
Note Includes follow-up studies.
 
Program Relations with Settlements, 1966-1967, undated Box 101, Folder 12
 
Forms and Instructions, circa 1965-1969 Box 101, Folder 13
 
Student Records,  
Box 102
Accident Reports, 1967-1968 Box 102, Folder 1
 
"Adjustment of the Pre-School Child to Kindergarten and First Grade," 1966-1967 Box 102, Folder 2
 
Attendance, Children, 1968 Box 102, Folder 3
 
Attendance, Parents, 1968 Box 102, Folder 4
 
Teacher Training Proposal, 1966 Box 102, Folder 5
 
General Information, 1965-1967, undated Box 102, Folder 6
 
Reference, 1966-1967, undated Box 102, Folder 7
 
Photographs, ca. 1966 Box 102, Folder 8
 
Lenox Hill Pre-School Center,  
Box 102
Correspondence, 1965-1969 Box 102, Folder 9
 
Directors’ Reports, 1965-1969 Box 102, Folder 10 to 11
 
Grant Application, 1969 Box 102, Folder 12
 
Financial, 1965-1969 Box 102, Folder 13
 
General Descriptions, 1964-1969, undated Box 102, Folder 14
 
Lenox Hill Parents’ Programs,  
Box 103
Parents’ Coordinators’ Reports, 1965-1969, undated Box 103, Folder 1
 
Parents’ Discussion Group Analyses, 1967 Box 103, Folder 2
 
Problem Parent, 1968-1969 Box 103, Folder 3
 
General, 1965-1968 Box 103, Folder 4
 
Bulletins and Newsletters to Parents, 1966-1967 Box 103, Folder 5
 
Lenox Hill Personnel,  
Box 103
Correspondence and Staff Lists, 1965-1970, undated Box 103, Folder 6
 
Resumes, circa 1967-1969 Box 103, Folder 7
 
Staff Meetings, 1966, 1969 Box 103, Folder 8
 
Lenox Hill Student Records,  
Box 103
General, 1966-1969 Box 103, Folder 9
 
McBee Cards, 1966-1967 Box 103, Folder 10 to 12
 
Parent Intake, Home Visits, Impressions of Parents, 1966-1968 Box 103, Folder 13
 
Teachers’ Impressions of Children, 1966-1968 Box 103, Folder 14
 
Reports by Parents’ Coordinator, 1967-1969 Box 103, Folder 15
 
Psychological Examinations, 1966 Box 103, Folder 16
Box 104
Teachers’ Reports, 1966, 1969, undated Box 104, Folder 1
 
Tribute to Martin Luther King, 1968 Box 104, Folder 2
 
Manhattanville Pre-School Center,  
Box 104
Correspondence, 1965-1969 Box 104, Folder 3 to 4
 
Manhattanville Student Records,  
Box 105
General, 1966-1968 Box 105, Folder 2
 
McBee Cards, 1966-1967 Box 105, Folder 3 to 4
 
Preschool Inventory, Test Forms, 1967 Box 105, Folder 5
 
Psychological Examination, 1966 Box 105, Folder 6
Box Legal 260
Recruitment, Parent Intake, Home Visits, and Parent Employment, 1965-1968 Box Legal 260, Folder 2
 
Teachers’ Impressions of Children, Intake Information on Children, 1965-1968 Box Legal 260, Folder 3
Box 105
Teachers’ Reports, circa. 1965-1969 Box 105, Folder 7
 
Teachers’ Administrative Reports, 1967 Box 105, Folder 8
Box 104
Directors’ Reports, 1965-1969 Box 104, Folder 5
 
Financial, 1965-1966 Box 104, Folder 6
 
Grant Application, 1969 Box 104, Folder 7
 
General, 1965-1966, undated. Box 104, Folder 8
 
Lunch Menus, 1966-1967 Box 104, Folder 9
 
Open Houses, 1966-1969 Box 104, Folder 10
 
Manhattanville Parents’ Programs,  
Box 104
Parents’ Coordinator Reports, 1965-1967 Box 104, Folder 11 to 12
 
Parents’ Discussion Group, City College of New York, 1966-1967 Box 104, Folder 13
Box Legal 260
Parents’ Newsletter and Memoranda, 1965-1967, undated  Box Legal 260, Folder 1
 
Manhattanville Personnel ,  
Box 104
General, 1966-1969 Box 104, Folder 14
 
Staff Meetings, 1967-1968 Box 104, Folder 15
Box 105
Resumes, circa 1966-1969 Box 105, Folder 1
 
South Brooklyn-Colony House Pre-School Center,  
Box 105
Agreements with UNH, 1965 Box 105, Folder 9
Box 107
"Vest Pocket" Park, 1968 Box 107, Folder 2
Box 105
Correspondence, 1965-1969, undated Box 105, Folder 10
 
Directors’ Reports, 1965-1969, undated Box 105, Folder 11 to 12
 
Finances, 1965-1967 Box 105, Folder 13
 
Grant Application, 1969 Box 105, Folder 14
Box 106
General, 1965 Box 106, Folder 1
 
South Brooklyn Parent’s Programs,  
Box 106
Parents’ Coordinator Reports, , 1965-1969 Box 106, Folder 2 to 3
 
Parents’ Newsletters, 1966-1967 Box 106, Folder 4
 
Memoranda to Parents, 1966 Box 106, Folder 5
 
South Brooklyn Personnel,  
Box 106
General, 1965-1969 Box 106, Folder 6
 
Resumes, circa 1965-1969 Box 106, Folder 7
 
Staff Reports, 1965-1968 Box 106, Folder 8
 
South Brooklyn Student Records,  
Box 106
General, 1966-1967 Box 106, Folder 9
 
McBee Cards, 1966-1967 Box 106, Folder 10 to 12
 
Psychological Examinations, 1966 Box 106, Folder 13
 
Recruitment and Home Visits, 1965-1968 Box 106, Folder 14