Papers of Eva Whiting White, 1900-1965. (Archival material, 1900) [WorldCat.org]
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Papers of Eva Whiting White, 1900-1965.

Author: Eva Whiting White
Edition/Format:   Archival material : Microfilm : English
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Contains correspondence, articles, speeches, reports, scrapbooks, photos, and clippings that reflect White's social work career. Included is material on the departments, health programs, and theater of the Elizabeth Peabody House, and its participation in the Boston Social Union; and papers pertaining to White's other professional associations, including Simmons College School of Social Work, Community Service of  Read more...
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Named Person: Jane Addams; Leonard Bernstein; Carrie Chapman Catt; Amelia Earhart; Abraham Flexner; Mary Parker Follett; Felix Frankfurter; Alice Hamilton; Herbert Hoover; Florence Kelley; Albert J Kennedy; John F Kennedy; Joseph Lee; Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr.; Juliette Gordon Low; John W McCormack; Caroline Orr; Leverett Saltonstall; Eva Whiting White; Leverett Saltonstall; John W McCormack; Juliette Gordon Low; Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr.; Joseph Lee; John F Kennedy; Albert J Kennedy; Florence Kelley; Herbert Hoover; Alice Hamilton; Felix Frankfurter; Mary Parker Follett; Abraham Flexner; Amelia Earhart; Carrie Chapman Catt; Leonard Bernstein; Jane Addams
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Eva Whiting White
OCLC Number: 232006899
Reproduction Notes: Are available on microfilm (M-123, 2 reels, 35 mm.) from the Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe College. 1900-1935
Description: 1.5 linear ft.

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Contains correspondence, articles, speeches, reports, scrapbooks, photos, and clippings that reflect White's social work career. Included is material on the departments, health programs, and theater of the Elizabeth Peabody House, and its participation in the Boston Social Union; and papers pertaining to White's other professional associations, including Simmons College School of Social Work, Community Service of Boston, Boston Committee for Displaced Persons, the Women's Educational and Industrial Union, and other welfare, housing, and educational organizations. Correspondents include Jane Addams and Mary Parker Follett.

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