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Florence Hollis and Rosemary Ross Reynolds Papers, 1863-1987 (Bulk: 1930-1986)
63 boxes (25.4 linear ft.)
Collection number: MS 210

Abstract:
Social worker and professor. The bulk of the papers were created by Hollis, but include the papers of her longtime companion, Rosemary Reynolds. The papers provide information about broad changes in the social work profession and document some of the new trends in the field, particularly from the 1970s onward. Material includes correspondence, student papers, case records, writings and speeches, published articles, audio tapes, recordings, video tapes, agency records and photographs. Correspondents include Charlotte Towle, Lucille Austin, Florence Day, Eileen Younghusband, Anni Hofer, Ruth Zobrist, Inga Gottfarb, Frank March, and Gordon Hamilton. Oral histories of both Hollis and Reynolds are included.

Terms of Access and Use:

Restrictions on access:

The papers are open to research according to the regulations of the Sophia Smith Collection, with the following exceptions:

Portions of several series containing confidential information are closed for seventy-five years from the date of creation. Correspondence from Judith Mishne, a former Columbia University faculty member, has been restricted until Mishne's death or the year 2044. Student papers remain inacessible at this time. To protect personal privacy, researchers will be required to sign a form agreeing not to publish or otherwise use names from case records.

Restrictions on use:

Mary E. Woods retains copyright for unpublished works of Florence Hollis and Rosemary Ross Reynolds during her lifetime. Thereafter, copyright is owned by the Sophia Smith Collection. Copyright to materials authored by others may be owned by those individuals or their heirs or assigns. It is the responsibility of the researcher to identify and satisfy the holders of all copyrights. Permission must be obtained to publish reproductions or quotations beyond "fair use."

Sophia Smith Collection
Smith College
Northampton, MA

Biographical Note

Florence May Hollis was born on January 11, 1907, to Bertha Hoerig Hollis and Louis Herbert Hollis of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. After graduation from the Philadelphia High School for Girls, where she was chosen as class valedictorian, Hollis entered Wellesley College where she majored in sociology and psychology. During her Junior Month Program, which included exposure to both social work theory and field work, Hollis began her commitment to social service work. After completing her B.A. in 1928, she began an apprenticeship at the Family Society of Philadelphia and took courses at the Pennsylvania School of Social Work. A fellowship awarded her by the Family Society took her to Smith College School for Social Work, where she studied casework under Bertha Reynolds. There Hollis earned a Master of Social Science degree in 1931. Her thesis, "Emotional Factors in the Attitudes of Clients Toward Relief: Seven Case Studies," was published later that year.

Rosemary Reynolds and Florence Hollis travelling in Europe, circa 1957

Rosemary Reynolds and Florence Hollis travelling in Europe, circa 1957

In September 1931, Hollis took a post as district superintendent at the Family Society of Philadelphia. She remained there until 1933, when she assumed the position of district secretary at the Institute of Family Service (Associated Charities) in Cleveland, where she was responsible for administration and supervision of case workers. During her tenure in Cleveland, she received an invitation to assume Bertha Reynold's position as associate director of the Smith School for Social Work. She declined, firm in her commitment to the Cleveland agency and to long-term casework. She was also a member of the Cleveland 'think group,' which included Florence Day and Rosemary Reynolds as members. During this period Hollis and Reynolds strengthened a friendship and professional association which was to become central to them both.

Hollis's teaching career began in 1934 when she taught one course in casework at Western Reserve University, while still maintaining her position as district secretary in Cleveland. Gradually she assumed a heavier course load at Western Reserve and by 1937 was appointed fulltime assistant professor. The following year she began a study of social casework. Her findings were published in 1939, in Social Casework in Practice: Six Case Studies. In 1940, professing a deepening interest in teaching casework and in research, Hollis began taking courses through the Department of Social Economy and Social Research at Bryn Mawr College, where she received a fellowship from the American Association of University Women to study the social and psychological factors contributing to marital difficulties. While working on her doctorate, she taught at the New York School of Social Work, (later Columbia University School of Social Work), and also served as Director of Publications for the Family Service Association of America, editing the Journal of Social Case Work (previously The Family.) Hollis's doctoral dissertation, completed in 1947, was published in 1949 under the title Women in Marital Conflict. The same year that Hollis completed her dissertation she had major surgery, undergoing a left radical mastectomy after being diagnosed for cancer.

For much of the next twenty years, Hollis continued to teach at Columbia and to maintain a small clinical practice at the Community Service Society of New York. From 1955 to 1962, she taught summers at the Smith College School for Social Work. In 1964, Hollis's widely acclaimed book Casework: A Psychosocial Therapy was published. The first edition was translated into several languages. Subsequent revised editions, published in 1972, 1981, and 1990, continued to attract a wide audience.

As a full professor at the New York School, Hollis also remained active in research. Beginning in the late 1940s she started to develop ideas for a classification system used to describe the techniques used by caseworkers in their direct work with clients, and during a 1958 sabbatical the work began to take on a definite shape. The classification system or "typology" she developed was based on a content analysis of casework records both written and taped. The study, which extended into the 1960s, received funding through a National Institute of Mental Health grant. Hollis's classification system generated some interest in the academic community and other clinicians have expanded on the work.

Hollis retired in 1972 and in 1977, with her companion and colleague, Rosemary Reynolds, moved to Crosslands, a retirement community in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania. For more than forty years the friends had shared both professional interests and a common living arrangement. Most likely, they had first met during the period between 1928 to 1930, when both were taking coursework at the Pennsylvania School of Social Work. When Reynolds died on September 18, 1980, Hollis received many condolences on her loss.

Rosemary Ross Reynolds, the daughter of Mary and Chauncey P. Reynolds was born in Chicago on April 10, 1906. Her father was editor of a farm paper, and after his death, Mary Reynolds became the household editor of five weeklies and then the Farm Journal, a national farm paper. Reynolds received her A.B. from Mount Holyoke College in 1928. The recipient of the Patten Memorial Scholarship, Reynolds went to London after graduation to study the social conditions there. She also received a fellowship for two years of study at the Pennsylvania School of Social Work, where she received her M.S.W. in 1935. Before completing her graduate work she took a position as caseworker with the Family Society of Philadelphia, where she worked from 1930 through 1933. Following this she assumed the position of district secretary at the Cuyahoga County Relief Administration in Cleveland. She also served as a case consultant and case supervisor at the agency. In addition, Reynolds began teaching at Western Reserve University, School of Applied Social Sciences, where, from 1934 to 1936, she served as an instructor and field advisor.

In 1937, Reynolds left the Cleveland agency to take a post as regional consultant with the Family Service Association of America, where she oversaw the services in five mid-western states. When she left the agency in 1940, to continue her schooling, she had a good deal of practical experience behind her as well as eight published articles. Reynolds completed two years of full-time post-graduate study at Bryn Mawr College Department of Social Economy and Social Research, before taking a permanent post at the Community Service Society of New York. In 1951, she became a district director, first in the Chelsea-Lowell area and then in the west side of Manhattan. In 1962, she assumed the directorship of the Department of Central Services, providing services for persons age sixty or older. Upon her retirement in 1971, Reynolds had been with the Community Service Organization for twenty-nine years.

Hollis had been diagnosed with lymphoma the year prior to Reynold's death in 1980, but continued work on the third edition of Social Casework, co-authored by Mary E. Woods. Hollis entrusted Woods with the rights to the book, which enjoyed a fourth edition, three year's after Hollis's death. Florence Hollis died at Crosslands on July 2, 1987.

Scope and Contents of the Collection

The papers include biographical material, correspondence, newspaper clippings, awards and certificates, memorabilia, lecture notes, student papers, case records, writings and speeches, published articles, papers by colleagues, code data used in research, tape cassette recordings, magnetic recordings (reel to reel), one videotape, agency records, and photographs. The bulk of the papers are Florence Hollis's, but the collection also includes the papers of Rosemary Reynolds. A portion of the teaching and case material, in addition to the more personal papers, were used jointly by both women and the greater portion of these documents are located throughout the Hollis collection. The bulk of the material dates from the 1930s through the mid 1980s.

The papers document the personal and professional activities of Florence Hollis and Rosemary Reynolds. They also provide information about broad changes in the social work profession. These changes are documented through correspondence, agency records, and speeches and writings, in which Hollis and her colleagues describe some of the new trends in the field, particularly from the 1970s onwards. In addition, the case records provide valuable information about the changing interpretations and treatment approaches of clinicians working with clients who are confronting a range of issues, from incest to concerns about racial identity.

Important correspondents in the collection include Charlotte Towle, Lucille Austin, Florence Day, Eileen Younghusband, Anni Hofer, Ruth Zobrist, Inga Gottfarb, and Frank March. There is also some correspondence from Gordon Hamilton and scant correspondence from, and other material related to, Bertha Reynolds and Betsey Libbey.


Information on Use
Terms of Access and Use
Restrictions on access:

The papers are open to research according to the regulations of the Sophia Smith Collection, with the following exceptions:

Portions of several series containing confidential information are closed for seventy-five years from the date of creation. Correspondence from Judith Mishne, a former Columbia University faculty member, has been restricted until Mishne's death or the year 2044. Student papers remain inacessible at this time. To protect personal privacy, researchers will be required to sign a form agreeing not to publish or otherwise use names from case records.

Restrictions on use:

Mary E. Woods retains copyright for unpublished works of Florence Hollis and Rosemary Ross Reynolds during her lifetime. Thereafter, copyright is owned by the Sophia Smith Collection. Copyright to materials authored by others may be owned by those individuals or their heirs or assigns. It is the responsibility of the researcher to identify and satisfy the holders of all copyrights. Permission must be obtained to publish reproductions or quotations beyond "fair use."

Preferred Citation

Please use the following format when citing materials from this collection:

Florence Hollis and Rosemary Ross Reynolds Papers, Sophia Smith Collection, Smith College, Northampton, MA

History of the Collection

The Florence Hollis and Rosemary Reynolds collection was donated by Florence Hollis between 1983 and 1987. Stacia Super donated research materials related to her doctoral dissertation on Hollis in 1988.

Processing Information

Processed by Rachel Weiner, 1993.


Additional Information
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Series Descriptions
(1863-1986)
13 in.

This series includes three chronologically arranged sections composed of material on Hollis's family, education, and retirement. There is also material related to Stacia Super's doctoral dissertation, which describes Hollis's intellectual development from 1927-1940. This series also contains two oral history interviews, one conducted by Ann Hartman with both Hollis and Reynolds in 1970, and a series done by Vida Grayson with Hollis in 1985.

The family papers and personal material include some of the personal effects of Hollis's parents, Bertha Hoering Hollis and Louis H. Hollis, and those of her grandfather, William Hollis. Materials documenting Hollis's leisure activities and political interests are also part of the section.

Hollis's educational material constitutes a large part of the series and consists of speeches, theses, correspondence papers, exams, dissertation and course notes. The earliest document is Hollis's 1924 valedictory address given at the Philadelphia High School for Girls and the series also includes her 1928 Wellesley thesis and her 1947 Bryn Mawr dissertation. Hollis's Smith College School for Social Work thesis "Emotional Factors in the Attitudes of Clients Toward Relief: Seven Case Studies," is stored in the Neilson Library.

The bulk of the material related to Hollis's retirement decisions and activities was generated at Crosslands, a retirement community located in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania, where Hollis moved with Rosemary Reynolds in 1977. The correspondence, committee records, questionnaires, newsclippings, photographs, newsletters, music and other material document Hollis's continued activity in retirement, serving on a variety of committees, gardening, painting, and playing the dulcimer.

(1909-1986)
1 ft., 8 in.

This series is divided into personal and general correspondence and is arranged chronologically except for frequent correspondents' letters have been removed and filed in separate folders. Additional correspondence is located in other series. For example, most of the correspondence from Gordon Hamilton can be found in Series III., Employment and Professional Activities, in the folder containing material from the Family Society of Rochester.

Hollis's personal correspondence spans the years 1946 to 1986. A number of the letters are addressed jointly to Hollis and Rosemary Reynolds. Some of the most extensive correspondence is between Hollis and her cousin, Frank March, with whom she played chess by mail. Hollis also maintained a regular exchange with a number of social work professionals from abroad. Most noted among them is Dame Eileen Younghusband, an English colleague and friend. Anni Hofer, a Swiss fellow who studied under Hollis in 1950 at the New York School of Social Work wrote to Hollis and Reynolds regularly in conjunction with Ruth Zobrist, Hofer's companion. Inga Gottfarb, a Swedish colleague, was also a frequent correspondent.

The general correspondence consists chiefly of letters between Hollis and her professional colleaques dating from 1933 to 1986. The letters are arranged chronologically. A few of the correspondents have been accorded separate folders. These include Mary E. Woods, who collaborated with Hollis on the third edition of Casework: A Psychosocial Therapy, Stacia Super, and Judith Mishne, a Columbia professor. Because correspondence from the latter contains some sensitive material, this folder will be closed to use until seventy-five years from its date of creation.

(1932-c.1986)
7 in.

The material in this series is arranged chronologically within institution or professional organization for which Hollis was working or volunteering and is mainly comprised of documents from the Family Service Association of America and the Council on Social Work Education. Both Hollis and Reynolds were active in the Family Service Association (formerly the Family Welfare Association) based in New York. This material documents not only Hollis's involvement in committee work, but also her work from 1942 to 1947 as editor of The Family, a social work journal published by the association. [See Series VI for copies of the journals that she edited]

Hollis was an active member of the Council of Social Work Education (formerly the American Association of Schools of Social Work) for over thirty years. As early as 1949 she served as chairperson at annual meetings and was active on the advisory committee on advanced education for many years, and this material reflects that work.

(1917-ca. 1986)
5 ft., 5 in.

The teaching series, arranged in four sections--the three institutions where Hollis taught and miscellaneous--follows a chronological arrangement according to school and/or course number except when otherwise indicated. Student papers gathered from various instititions, will not be available to researchers until seventy-five years from date of creation.

Hollis's first teaching position was at the School of Applied Social Sciences, Western Reserve University, where she taught from 1934 to 1940. The Western Reserve holdings include bibliographies, teaching notes and related materials, case notes, student cases and papers, and miscellaneous materials.

In the spring of 1943, Hollis began teaching part time at the New York School of Social Work (renamed Columbia University School of Social Work in 1962), and was appointed a full-time associate professor in 1947. She remained there until her retirement in 1972. These holdings include bibliographies and course assignments, lecture notes and related materials, cases records and notes and student cases and papers.

Beginning in the summer of 1955, Hollis led graduate seminars on casework in marital counseling and educational methods in teaching casework at the Smith College School for Social Work. She continued to teach one or both courses most summers through 1962. Notes and case material used for the seminars are arranged chronologically within each course.

The miscellaneous holdings are quite extensive and include assorted case notes, bibliographies, lecture notes papers, reading lists, and additional material. Case notes, from Philadelphia and Cleveland, span the years from approximately 1928 to 1941 and include notes Hollis took as a student at the Pennsylvania School for Social Work. [See also Series I] The bibliographies are drawn from from various sources. Additional teaching materials, used at a variety of institutions, include material on diagnostic and functional issues, marital counseling notes used at the New York School, Smith and in Michigan, supervision materials, and notes for various conferences and seminars. In addition, the series includes papers and articles written by colleagues, some with accompanying correspondence. Finally Hollis's "reading notes," consists of names of books and articles that Hollis had read or intended to read.

(1926-1971)
5 ft., 10 in.

This series consists mainly of client records, and the records are arranged alphabetically by name or alias, or by category of case. Folder titles include the school and course in which the case was used or the agency where generated, when available. Some of the folder titles bear only the social service agency's intitials, rather than the full name of the institution, as this was all the information available. Most likely the CCRA stands for the Cuyahoga County Relief Administration in Cleveland, Ohio, and the AC stands for the Associated Charities.

In addition to the client record, some of the folders include related notes, bibliographies, and correspondence. Hollis gathered these files from various agencies for teaching purposes. Some of the cases were used for other purposes and appear in her publications. Most of the cases were carried by social work professionals or students; few are Hollis's own. In the margins of some records Hollis has penciled in a series of letters that are part of a coding system that she developed to classify the techniques used by social workers in their work with clients. [See Series VII, Typology Research]

By examining the case records in this series, it is possible to determine the caseworkers' approach to a range of issues raised in the sessions. For example, early records suggest that child sexual abuse was treated as the client's fantasy.

(ca. 1930-1986)
3 ft., 7 in.

This series is aranged into two sections--speeches and papers, and publications. The speeches and papers are arranged chronologically. The publications are arranged chronologically within categories of publication.

The first section dates from 1930 to 1986 and consists of speeches, papers and related material. It begins with a collection of speech notes that Hollis annotated for the Sophia Smith Collection. The taped and written comments concerning these speeches are housed in Series VIII. The section also includes related correspondence and commentary.

The section on publications includes material edited and written by Hollis as well as responses to her work. It begins with select issues of The Journal of Social Casework (formerly The Family), for which Hollis served as editor from 1942 to 1947, and is followed by a collection of her published articles spanning the period from 1931 to 1983. Material related to Social Case Work in Practice: Six Case Studies (1939), Women in Marital Conflict (1949) and Casework: A Psychosocial Therapy (1964, 1972, 1981) complete the series. Multiple drafts of the third edition of Casework: A Psychosocial Therapy, co-authored by Mary E. Woods, constitutes the largest part of the publications section.

(194[?]-1986)
4 ft., 3 in.

This series is arranged in five sections: notes and findings; applications and reports for the National Institute for Mental Health (NIMH) grant; case material used for research, including taped sessions; speeches and papers; articles and studies by students and associates using the typology. Within sections and subsections the material is arranged chronologically, except for the case records and tapes, which are arranged according to identification number.

The series consists of material relating to development and implementation of Hollis's typology of casework treatment, a system she devised to classify the techniques used by workers in their direct work with clients.

The first section, notes and findings, documents how Hollis began thinking about a classification system, or typology, in the late forties. It wasn't until a 1958 sabbatical that the work began to take a more definitive shape, and funding obtained through a NIMH grant helped to further her research, documented in the applications and reports in the second section. Although the terms 'classification system' and 'typology' refer to the same process, the folders titles reflect Hollis's usage. In the early stages of the work Hollis tended to rely on the term 'classification system', and as she refined her ideas and method, she adopted the term typology with increasing frequency. In addition, 'classification system' sometimes refers to the work of other clinicians and researchers, in contrast to 'typology,' which generally relates only to the system developed by Hollis. [See Series IV. Teaching, for lecture material related to the classification system]

To develop and test the typology, Hollis gathered data from counseling sessions recorded in greater than usual detail, and this material is found in the third section. At least nine records with corresponding code sheets from the early 1960s are housed in the series. In addition, there are tape recordings with corresponding interview data and diagnostic records of marital counseling sessions from the mid 1960s, gathered from family service agencies in St. Louis and Philadelphia.

Hollis's papers and speeches about the typology are found in the fourth section. Both social work students and experienced clinicians adopted it for use. Hollis served as an advisor or consultant to several students who explored the typology in their major works. These include Edward Mullen, Francis Turner, and F. Louise Boatman, and Mitzi Montgomery, whose doctoral theses and related papers and publications are housed in the fifth section. The typology also generated interest in more distant points in the United States and abroad, and the queries and findings of this group are also included here.

(ca. 1930-1986)
4 in.

The series is arranged in the order in which Hollis assembled it, by broad categories.

This series, consisting of eighteen folders, five cassette tapes and an accompanying key, was created by Florence Hollis in 1985 and 1986 to help elucidate some of the early material in her papers. Hollis selected certain documents from the collection, had them copied and added explanatory notes in writing and on tape to make the material more accessible to researchers. Quite often the tapes record Hollis reading the less legible segments of the document aloud, although some of the cassettes do include background information about how and where the material was used. Most of the material from the tapes has been transcribed by the Sophia Smith Collection and housed in the appropriate folder.

Folders 1-4 contain copies of teaching notes from the 1930s with partial transcriptions and/or commentary. Folders 5-16 contain copies of notes for various speeches from 1930 to 1940 with accompanying transcription and/or commentary. Folder 17 contains copies of case notes and folder 18 provides a copy of the notes on Helen Perlman's book with transcription in the margins. The five tapes include material related to all 18 folders. The original documents have been integrated into appropriate series in the collection.

(1901-1987)
10 in.

This series is divided into the photograph collections of Florence Hollis and Rosemary Reynolds. The series contains snapshots and more formal portraits of family members, friends and colleagues. Photographs of Betsey Libbey, Dame Eileen Younghusband and other notable social workers are included in the Forence Hollis section.

(1901-1986)
1 ft., 6 in.

This series is arranged in five sections and follows a chronological order within each area. The first section contains biographical material about Reynolds and her family. The second section, correspondence, consists of a few letters generated between 1922 and 1984. The education section holds papers and notes from the various educational institutions Reynolds attended. Her Master of Social Work thesis, "Casework for First Years," is housed here. The fourth section, "Publications, Papers, and Speeches, begins with issues of The Spokesman written by Reynolds and includes other papers and publication from the early 1930s through 1959. The series concludes with materials related to Reynolds' professional activities. These include agency records, studies and reports, notes on conferences and seminars, and material on supervision. The agency records were chiefly generated at the Community Service Society of New York, where Reynolds was employed for twenty-nine years.

Contents List
Series I. BIOGRAPHICAL



Family papers and personal material



Certificate of draft exemption, William Hollis,
1863

Box 1: folder 1
Bertha Hoerig's graduation materials, Pierce School,
1893

Box 1: folder 2
Bertha Hoerig's anniversary book,
1901-1957

Box 1: folder 3
Family register, covers
1790 to 1925

Box 1: folder 4
Hoerig family genealogy, covers
1833 to 1972

Box 1: folder 5
Marriage certificate, Bertha Hoerig and Louis Hollis,
1905

Box 1: folder 6
Florence Hollis's confirmation paper,
1934

Box 1: folder 7
Biographical material,
1937-1986

Box 1: folder 8
Hollis wedding anniversary invitation,
1955

Box 1: folder 9
Wisconsin Audubon Camp, Florence Hollis and Rosemary Reynolds,
1965

Box 1: folder 10
"To read," and reading notes,
ca. 1970-1979

Box 1: folder 11
Medical records,
1971-ca. 1980s

Box 1: folder 12
Retirement, cards, correspondence, tribute,
ca. 1971-1972

Box 1: folder 13
Political affiliations and interests, correspondence and assorted documents,
ca. 1941, ca. 1974-1986

Box 1: folder 14
Certificates, appointments and award,
1950-1983, n.d.

Box 1: folder 15
Passport,
1976-1978

Box 1: folder 16
Newsclippings on William, Louis and Charles Hollis,
n.d.

Box 1: folder 17
Education



Philadelphia High School for Girls



Valedictory address and transcript,
1924-1928

Box 1: folder 18
Wellesley College



Junior Month material,
July 1927

Box 1: folder 19
Thesis, "The Slavery Controversy in the Methodist Episcopal Church,"
1928

Box 1: folder 20
Thesis, correspondence,
1929

Box 1: folder 21
Pennsylvania School of Social Work



School papers and related correspondence,
ca. 1929

Box 2: folder 22
Smith College School for Social Work



Course descriptions,
ca. 1930

Box 2: folder 23
Bryn Mawr College



Reading notes,
1940-1941

Box 2: folder 24
"A Study of Aggression in Two Primitive Cultures,"
1941

Box 2: folder 25
Papers, abnormal psychology,
1942

Box 2: folder 26
Ph.D. exam,
1942

Box 2: folder 27
Dissertation, "Casework in Marital Disharmony,"



Chapters 1-6,
1947-1951

Box 2: folder 28
Chapters 7-11,
1947

Box 2: folder 29
Chapters 12-14 and Appendices,
1947

Box 2: folder 30
Neurological Institute, lectures 1-4, Dr. van Ophuijsen, transcript and notes,
1949

Box 2: folder 31
Community Service Society of New York, seminar, notes,
1948

Box 2: folder 32
Community Service Society of New York, Dr. Werner's seminar, case records, minutes and notes,
1950-1951

Box 2: folder 33
New York School of Social Work



Statistics course with Professor Wiggins



First session,
Fall 1961

Box 2: folder 34
1962

Box 2: folder 35
Course material with related correspondence,
ca. 1964-1966

Box 3: folder 36
New York Psychoanalytic Institute, lecture, Anna Freud, "Difficulties in the Path of Psychoanalysis," program and notes,
1968

Box 3: folder 37
Retirement



Kendal at Longwood, correspondence and related materials,
1972-1975

Box 3: folder 38
Correspondence concerning Crosslands,
ca. 1975-1977

Box 3: folder 39
Committees at Crosslands



Board-dinner committee, memos, notes and correspondence,
ca. 1978-1980

Box 3: folder 40
Residents Association Board records,
1979-ca. 1984

Box 3: folder 41
Liaison Services Committee records,
1980-1986

Box 3: folder 42
Friends of Audland-Firbank records,
1981-1984

Box 3: folder 43
TirLawyn records and correspondence,
ca. 1983-1986

Box 3: folder 44
Art Exhibit Committee records,
1984-1985

Box 3: folder 45
Crosslands Chronicle,
1978-1986

Box 3: folder 46
Recreational activities,
ca. 1976-1981, n.d.

Box 3: folder 47
Garden plans,
1977-ca. 1980

Box 3: folder 48
Music, annotated concert programs and dulcimer fellowship newsletter,
1980-1984

Box 3: folder 49
Hospice workshop,
1980

Box 3: folder 50
Swissair award, newsclippings, photo, press release,
1982

Box 3: folder 51
Living with stress workshop,
1985

Box 3: folder 52
Desk calendar,
1985-1986

Box 3: folder 53
Inspirational materials,
ca. 1980s, n.d.

Box 3: folder 54
Florence Hollis and the Development of Psychosocial Casework Theory: An Intellectual Biography, 1927-1940 (dissertation, by Stacia Super
1980)


Correspondence, extracts from college course catalogs, and transcripts,
1928-1943, 1976-1979

Box 3: folder 55
Clare Tousley and Junior Month, corresponence and clipping,
1977

Box 3: folder 56
Betsey Libbey, correspondence and photocopy of a Smith School for Social Work report,
1940-1941, 1977

Box 3: folder 57
Bibliographies of references to Florence Hollis and her work,
1976, n.d.

Box 3: folder 58
Articles and notes by Florence Hollis,
1931-1938, ca. 1980

Box 3: folder 59
Biographical material, correspondence, articles, and other printed material,
1941-1977, n.d.

Box 3: folder 60
"Introductory Biography of Florence Hollis and a Guide to Interviewing," by Stacia Super,
January 1977

Box 3: folder 61
Taped interviews by Stacia Super, typescripts and notes,
1976-1978

Box 3: folder 62
Interviews, Florence Hollis and Stacia Super, 5 cassette tapes,
1977-1978

Box 3
Typescript (photocopy),
1980

Box 3: folder 63
"New pages,"
August 1980

Box 3a: folder 64
Extracts from dissertation with comments by F. Hollis,
ca. 1980

Box 3a: folder 65
"Mostly just ideas," with comments by F. Hollis,
ca. 1980

Box 3a: folder 66
"Factual matters,"
ca. 1980

Box 3a: folder 67
Corrections,
1980

Box 3a: folder 68
Oral histories



"A Series of Interviews with Florence Hollis," by Vida S. Grayson,
1985


Typescript, copyright by Smith College (2 copies) and introductory material
1993

Box 3a: folder 69
Cassette tape

[digital copy available]



Box 3a
Florence Hollis and Rosemary Reynolds interviewed by Ann Hartman, 28 October 1970: 2 tapes (one is a duplicate)


Box 3a
Note:

[digital copy available (poor audio quality)]

Series II. CORRESPONDENCE



Personal correspondence



Correspondence from Florence Hollis, undated


Box 3a: folder 1
Correspondence with friends and relatives


Box 3a
1965-ca. 1979

Box 3a: folder 2
1980-1984

Box 3a: folder 3
ca. 1985-1986

Box 3a: folder 4
Frank and Naomi
March, 1970

Box 3a: folder 5
Frank
March, ca. 1971

Box 3a: folder 6
Frank
March, ca. 1972

Box 3a: folder 7
Frank
March, ca. 1973

Box 4: folder 8
Frank
March, ca. 1974

Box 4: folder 9
Frank
March, 1975

Box 4: folder 10
Frank
March, 1976-1977

Box 4: folder 11
Frank
March, ca. 1970-1977

Box 4: folder 12
Inga Gottfarb,
1967-1986, n.d.

Box 4: folder 13
Dame Eileen Younghusband,
1972-1981, n.d.

Box 4: folder 14
Anni Hofer and Ruth Zobrist,
ca. 1964, 1978-1986

Box 4: folder 15
Anni Hofer memorial,
1983

Box 4: folder 16
Ruth Schwarz's gift of Rosemary Reynolds' letters,
1962-1964, 1983, n.d.

Box 4: folder 17
Student correspondence,
1946-1974, n.d.

Box 4: folder 18
Undated correspondence


Box 4: folder 19
General correspondence



ca. 1933-1939, 1985

Box 4: folder 20
1940-1942

Box 4: folder 21
1945-1949

Box 4: folder 22
1950-1954

Box 4: folder 23
ca. 1955-1959

Box 4: folder 24
1962-1965

Box 4: folder 25
1966-1969

Box 4: folder 26
1969

Box 5: folder 27
1970-1973

Box 5: folder 28
1973

Box 5: folder 29
ca. 1974-1975

Box 5: folder 30
1976-1977

Box 5: folder 31
ca. 1977

Box 5: folder 32
1978-ca. 1980

Box 5: folder 33
1980-1981

Box 5: folder 34
1982-1983

Box 5: folder 35
1984-1986

Box 5: folder 36
Undated


Box 5: folder 37
Judith Mishne, correspondence and other documents,
ca. 1978-1979.

Box 5: folder 38
Restrictions on access:

Closed to use until Mishne's death or 2044.

Random House,
1962-1979

Box 6: folder 39
Random House,
1980-1986, n.d.

Box 6: folder 40
Stacia Super,
1976-1980

Box 6: folder 41
Mary Woods, correspondence and notes,
ca. 1977-1981, 1986

Box 6: folder 42
Correspondence records,
1942-1985

Box 6: folder 43
Correspondence, tributes and newsclippings concerning social work professionals and friends



Betsey Libbey, biographical materials and related documents,
1938-1985, n.d.

Box 6: folder 44
Mary E. Richmond, assorted documents,
1909, 1963, ca. 1985, n.d.

Box 6: folder 45
Social work professsionals and friends of Florence Hollis and Rosemary Reynolds, newsclippings, tributes and related documents,
ca. 1932-1982, n.d.

Box 6: folder 46
Series III. EMPLOYMENT AND PROFESSIONAL WORK



Family Society of Philadelphia



"A Brief History of Family Service of Philadelphia: 1879-1972," Ralph Ormsby,
n.d.

Box 6: folder 1
Committee on content of "therapeutic" casework, minutes,
1932-1933, ca. 1986

Box 6: folder 2
"What is a Reasonable Caseload?,"
1939

Box 6: folder 3
Family Society of Rochester, New York



Study and correspondence,
1939-1940, 1985

Box 6
Family Service Association of America (formerly Family Welfare Association of America)



Annual meeting,
1935

Box 6: folder 5
Committee on professional education, reports and related materials,
ca. 1938-1947

Box 6: folder 6
Director of publication services, assorted materials,
1941-ca. 1947

Box 6: folder 7
Family casework, assorted documents,
1943-1954

Box 6: folder 8
"Patterns in Use of Family Agency Service," Dorothy Beck, published report and related materials,
ca. 1961-1962

Box 6: folder 9
"Private Social Welfare's Disengagement from the Poor: The Case of Family Adjustment Agencies," Richard Cloward,
1964

Box 6: folder 10
Memoranda and other documents relating to Clowards's paper,
1964-ca. 1965

Box 6: folder 11
Publications,
1946, 1959

Box 7: folder 12
Reports, assorted,
1937-1972

Box 7: folder 13
Community Service Society of New York



DSS study, questionnaire and related materials,
1958-ca. 1977, ca. 1986

Box 7: folder 14
Research project proposal, correspondence and report,
ca. 1974

Box 7: folder 15
Note:

[see also Flat file]

Miscellaneous,
ca. 1966-1978

Box 7: folder 16
Council on Social Work Education (formerly American Association of Schools of Social Work)



Advisory committee on advanced education in social work



Minutes,
1962-1963

Box 7: folder 17
Non-school programs, memos and related documents,
1962-1964

Box 7: folder 18
Subcommittee on clinical emphasis, assorted reports,
1962-1966

Box 7: folder 19
Subcommittee on preparation of teachers, papers and reports,
ca. 1964-1965

Box 7: folder 20
Annual meeting, report and related documents,
1949

Box 7: folder 21
Annual meeting, report,
ca. 1950

Box 7: folder 22
Discussion by Ruth Smalley,
1959

Box 7: folder 23
Educational Consultation Service, committee records,
1981-1982

Box 7: folder 24
Report and minutes,
1953-1954

Box 7: folder 25
Stein committee report and related materials,
ca. 1966-1971

Box 7: folder 26
Task force on structure and quality in social work education, comments and correspondence,
1974-1975

Box 7: folder 27
Miscellaneous,
1971-1985

Box 7: folder 28
National Association of Social Workers, proposals, position statement and correspondence,
ca. 1960-1985

Box 7: folder 29
Client advisory committee, memos,
1966-1967

Box 7: folder 30
Parents of retarded adults meeting, printed material and correspondence,
1966-1973, n.d.

Box 7: folder 31
Bryn Mawr advisory committee, memos, minutes, correspondence and notes,
1979-1985

Box 7: folder 32
Series IV. TEACHING



Western Reserve University, School of Applied Social Sciences



Course material



Bibliographies,
ca. 1930-1939, 1985

Box 8: folder 1
Case work II



Lecture notes,
1934-1935, 1985

Box 8: folder 2
Lecture notes,
1934-1936, 1983

Box 8: folder 3
Lecture notes,
1937, 1985

Box 8: folder 4
Student cases and papers,
1934-1935, ca. 1985

Box 8: folder 5
Student cases,
1937-1940, 1985

Box 8: folder 6
Student cases and papers, interviewing course,
1935-1936, 1985

Box 8: folder 7
Supervision, conferences notes used in supervision class,
1936-1942, 1986

Box 8: folder 8
"Classification of Theses of Family Case Work Students,"
ca. 1934, 1985

Box 8: folder 9
Cases



Used in teaching



Deimer,
1935-ca. 1940, ca. 1985

Box 8: folder 10
Dorsey,
1939-ca. 1940s, ca. 1985

Box 8: folder 11
Dostoevski,
ca. 1933-1940, ca. 1985

Box 8: folder 12
Lynch,
ca. 1935, ca. 1985

Box 8: folder 13
Morazzo,
1926-1933, ca. 1985

Box 8: folder 14
Patrick,
1934, ca. 1985

Box 8: folder 15
Peter,
1933, n.d.

Box 8: folder 16
Stolarski,
1934-1935, ca. 1986, n.d.

Box 8: folder 17
Taylor,
1933, ca. 1940s, ca. 1985

Box 8: folder 18
Wilkins and Wilson,
1933, ca. 1985

Box 8: folder 19
York,
ca. 1930s, ca. 1950s, ca. 1986

Box 8: folder 20
Not used in teaching



Doman,
1934, 1985

Box 8: folder 21
Williamson,
ca. 1930s, 1985

Box 8: folder 22
Miscellaneous



Florence R. Day, lecture notes, articles and memo,
ca. 1934-1957, ca. 1986

Box 9: folder 23
"A Study of Professional Education for Social Work in Cleveland," Dorothy Kahn,
1938

Box 9: folder 24
New York School of Social Work (becomes Columbia University School of Social Work in
1962)


Course material



Bibliographies, course 123 and 124,
ca. 1950-1965, n.d.

Box 9: folder 25
Bibliographies, course 128,
1957-1965

Box 9: folder 26
Course assignments, assorted,
1956-1971, n.d.

Box 9: folder 27
Casework 1 and/or 2, lecture notes,
ca. 1944-1952

Box 9: folder 28
Casework 1 and/or 2, lecture notes,
ca. 1955-1957

Box 9: folder 29
Casework 1 and/or 2, lecture notes,
ca. 1958-1970

Box 9: folder 30
Casework 1 and/or 2, lecture notes and course material,
ca. 1969-1971

Box 9: folder 31
Casework 1, supplementary lecture material,
1917-1970

Box 9: folder 32
Casework 2, lecture notes, memoranda and related materials,
ca. 1946-1963

Box 9: folder 33
Casework 1 (course 120 and 121), syllabi and assignments,
ca. 1952-1954

Box 9: folder 34
Casework 1 and/or 2, memoranda, minutes and related material,
1952-1969

Box 9: folder 35
Casework 1 (course 121), social study outlines and related material,
ca. 1959-1971

Box 10: folder 36
Casework 3 and 4, lecture notes and related material,
ca. 1951-1960

Box 10: folder 37
Casework 4 and 6, lecture notes and related materials,
ca. 1947-1965

Box 10: folder 38
Course 220, course description, lecture notes, minutes,
ca. 1952-1954

Box 10: folder 39
Course 220, lecture notes and related material,
ca. 1953-1962

Box 10: folder 40
Course 220, lecture notes,
ca. 1962-1965

Box 10: folder 41
Course 6202[?], material from Barbara Wilkerson, memoranda and process records,
1969-1970

Box 10: folder 42
Classification system, early lecture notes,
ca. 1953-1956

Box 10: folder 43
Course [8201?], social class, notes on reading material and book reviews,
ca. 1966-1970, n.d.

Box 10: folder 44
Course 8201, classification resource materials,
ca. 1966-1970

Box 10: folder 45
Course 8201-[2?], lecture notes,
ca. 1969-1970

Box 11: folder 46
Course 8201-[2?], lecture notes and course assignments,
ca. 1970-1971

Box 11: folder 47
Course T-8202, scattered lecture notes,
ca. 1964-1970

Box 11: folder 48
Course T-8202, lecture notes,
1968

Box 11: folder 49
Family casework, lecture notes and related material,
ca. 1946-1961, ca. 1985

Box 11: folder 50
Casework and psychotherapy, lecture notes and related materials,
ca. 1949-1959

Box 11: folder 51
Field work in casework, reports and syllabus,
1949-1955, 1969

Box 11: folder 52
Generic and specific factors in casework, notes, bibliographies and student presentation,
ca. 1954-1955, ca. 1986

Box 11: folder 53
Cases used in teaching, records and notes,
ca. 1958-1970, n.d.

Box 11: folder 54
System theory notes,
ca. 1968

Box 11: folder 55
Student cases related to coursework



Course 220, records and notes,
ca. 1958-1960

Box 11: folder 56
Records and notes,
ca. 1960-1963

Box 11: folder 57
Casework 1, case record and notes,
ca. 1967-1970

Box 12: folder 58
Course 6202, records and notes,
ca. 1969-1970

Box 12: folder 59
Course 6202, records and notes,
ca. 1970-1971

Box 12: folder 60
Course 6208 and T6208, records and notes,
ca. 1970-1971

Box 12: folder 61
Student papers



Assorted,
ca. 1957-1967

Box 12: folder 62
Assorted,
1971

Box 12: folder 63
"Follow up Report on an Institutionalized Child," master's thesis, n.a.,
1955

Box 12: folder 64
"Some Aspects of Obesity, Depression and Separation," Mary Scully,
ca. 1962-1967

Box 12: folder 65
Family Casework,
ca. 1958-1962

Box 12: folder 66
Course 104,
1947-1951

Box 12: folder 67
Course 121,
1953-1967

Box 12: folder 68
Course 124,
1961-1965

Box 12: folder 69
Course 128,
ca. 1955-1960

Box 12: folder 70
Course 128,
1963

Box 13: folder 71
Course 128,
1965

Box 13: folder 72
Course 220,
1956-1958

Box 13: folder 73
Course 220,
1959

Box 13: folder 74
Course 220,
ca. 1960-1963

Box 13: folder 75
Course 220,
ca. 1964-1965

Box 13: folder 76
Course 221,
ca. 1957

Box 13: folder 77
Course 6201 and 6202,
ca. 1968-1971

Box 13: folder 78
Course T6208,
1966

Box 13: folder 79
Course T8201, "Some Aspects of Comparative Casework Theory and the Theory of General Systems," Rosemary Lukton,
1969

Box 14: folder 80
Course 8202 amd T8202,
1968-1969

Box 14: folder 81
Course T8202, "Differential Factors in Direct Casework Treatment of the Aging," Barbara Silverstone,
1969

Box 14: folder 82
For various professors,
ca. 1958-1967

Box 14: folder 83
For various professors,
ca. 1968

Box 14: folder 84
For Professor Kristenson, course T8201, "Stimulus Hunger in the Aged and the Implication for Casework Theory and Practice," Barbara Silverstone,
1968-1969

Box 14: folder 85
Bibliographies from student papers,
ca. 1958-1963

Box 14: folder 86
Miscellaneous



Casework committees, notes, minutes and related material,
ca. 1950-1964

Box 14: folder 87
Student placement and advisees,
1968-1975, n.d.

Box 14: folder 88
Anni Hofer's notes from Hollis's courses, casework 1 and casework
2, 1950, ca. 1985

Box 14: folder 89
Anni Hofer, United Nations fellow, monthly progress reports and final report,
1950

Box 14: folder 90
Smith College School for Social Work



"Casework in Marital Counseling" seminar



Case records and notes



1955, ca. 1952-1955

Box 14: folder 91
ca. 1956

Box 14: folder 92
1957, ca. 1954-1957

Box 14: folder 93
1961

Box 14: folder 94
"Educational Methods in Teaching Casework" seminar



Lecture notes



ca. 1955-1961

Box 15: folder 95
ca. 1956-1961

Box 15: folder 96
ca. 1956-1961

Box 15: folder 97
ca. 1957-1958

Box 15: folder 98
ca. 1961

Box 15: folder 99
"Educational Methods in Teaching Casework" seminar



Case books and related materials



ca. 1953-1956

Box 15: folder 100
ca. 1955

Box 15: folder 101
1957

Box 15: folder 102
1958

Box 15: folder 103
1961

Box 15: folder 104
Annette Garrett's courses, student notes,
1955

Box 15: folder 105
Miscellaneous teaching materials



Bibliographies



ca. 1940-1959

Box 15: folder 106
ca. 1961-1971

Box 15: folder 107
Case notes and records



Philadelphia and Cleveland [?],
ca. 1928-1931

Box 15: folder 108
Philadelphia and Cleveland,
ca. 1932-1937

Box 16: folder 109
Philadelphia [?] and Cleveland,
ca. 1934-1935

Box 16: folder 110
Philadelphia and Cleveland,
ca. 1935-1941

Box 16: folder 111
Young case, record, committee minutes and memo, used in teaching [?],
1956-1958

Box 16: folder 112
Valenti case, notes, used in teaching [?],
ca. 1959

Box 16: folder 113
Lists of cases used in classes and institutes from
ca. 1929 to 1971, ca. 1951-1976, n.d.

Box 16: folder 114
Diagnostic-functional issues



Diagnostic evaluation guidelines, assorted documents,
1937-1966

Box 16: folder 115
Diagnosis and social study, notes,
ca. 1940-1955, n.d.

Box 16: folder 116
Diagnostic versus functional placements, reports, memos, correspondence and related materials,
1948-1952, 1986

Box 16: folder 117
Diagnostic-functional contrasts, assorted materials,
ca. 1948-1958, ca. 1985

Box 16: folder 118
Lecture notes,
ca. 1952, 1986

Box 16: folder 119
Lecture notes,
ca. 1952-1954, 1985

Box 16: folder 120
Institutes, Seminars and Conferences



"Family casework," notes and case study, Greenwich Institute conference,
June 23-July 3, 1943

Box 16: folder 121
Seminar, case records and notes, St. Paul Family Service Agency,
ca. 1947-1948

Box 16: folder 122
Seminar, notes and case records, St. Paul Family Service Agency, Minneapolis, Minnesota,
ca. 1948

Box 17: folder 123
Philadelphia Institute, case records and notes,
ca. 1950-1951

Box 17: folder 124
"Developments in Casework Methodology," program, roster and correspondence, National Institute for Social Work Training, Tavistock Place, London,
June 1966

Box 17: folder 125
Second International Conference on Psychodynamic Social Work, Smith College,
July 27-August 1, 1982


Itinerary and correspondence,
1981-1982

Box 17: folder 126
Notes for plenary session, ca.
July 1982

Box 17: folder 127
Draft for plenary session [?], ca.
July 1982

Box 17: folder 128
Cassette recording of plenary session,
August 1982

Box 17: folder 129
Scraps from the original transcription of the plenary session,
August 1982

Box 17: folder 130
Plenary session, "last scraps,"
August 1982

Box 17: folder 131
Plenary session, "working sheets,"
August 1982

Box 17: folder 132
Papers and editorial comments,
1982

Box 17: folder 133
"Resolved and Unresolved Issues in Social Work Practice," correspondence and course materials, Bryn Mawr College,
1982

Box 17: folder 134
Marriage counseling



Cleveland study group on marriage counseling, minutes and notes,
ca. 1939-1940, 1985

Box 17: folder 135
Miscellaneous notes,
ca. 194[?]-1976, ca. 1986

Box 17: folder 136
Lecture notes,
ca. 1949-1969, ca. 1986

Box 17: folder 137
Lecture notes and related materials,
1962-1976, ca. 1986

Box 18: folder 138
Reading notes



A-T, covers
1928-1966, n.d.

Box 18: folder 139
A-M, covers
1930-1979, n.d.

Box 18: folder 140
O-W, covers
1930-1979, n.d.

Box 18: folder 141
According to subject or course, covers 1950-1968


Box 18: folder 142
Created
ca. 1958-1971


A-D, covers
1921-1969, 1971, n.d.

Box 18: folder 143
E-G, covers
1915-1970, n.d.

Box 18: folder 144
H-L, covers
1917-1970, n.d.

Box 18: folder 145
M-P, covers
1939-1970, n.d.

Box 19: folder 146
R-S, covers
1942-1969, n.d.

Box 19: folder 147
T-Z, covers
1936-1967, n.d.

Box 19: folder 148
ca. 1977-1980

Box 19: folder 149
"To read,"
ca. 1960-1980

Box 19: folder 150
Professional journal reading notes, covers
1973-1978

Box 19: folder 151
On poverty, multi-problem families and hard to reach families,
ca. 1960s

Box 19: folder 152
"Ideas," newsclippings and notes,
ca. 1970-1980

Box 19: folder 153
Resource materials



Publications by associates, annotated by Florence Hollis,
1930-1956, ca. 1985-1986

Box 19: folder 154
"Interesting papers,"
1940-1966, ca. 1980

Box 19: folder 155
"Interesting papers,"
ca. 1967-1976

Box 20: folder 156
"Interesting papers,"
1978-1983, n.d.

Box 20: folder 157
"A Conceptual Framework for Social Casework," Cockerill, et al., School of Social Work, University of Pittsburgh,
1952

Box 20: folder 158
"Four Assumptions Underlying Social Work," and "Science, Art, and Social Casework," Louis Lehrman,School of Social Work, University of Pittsburgh,
ca. 1957

Box 20: folder 159
"Emerging Models of Social Casework Practice," Werner A. Lutz, University of Connecticut School of Social Work,
1968

Box 20: folder 160
Supervision



Conferences with students, Cleveland and Philadelphia,
ca. 1931-1937, 1986

Box 20: folder 161
Summaries, conference notes, minutes, Philadelphia Committee on Training for Psychiatric Social Work,
ca. 1931-1933

Box 20: folder 162
"Objectives, methods," reports, committee notes and related materials,
1934-1947

Box 20: folder 163
Seminar, notes and related material, Family Service Association of America, Charlestown, West Virginia,
ca. 1935

Box 20: folder 164
Seminar, notes, Asilomar,
ca. 1950, 1986

Box 20: folder 165
Teaching notes



"Scattered teaching notes,"
ca. 1930s

Box 20: folder 166
"Scattered teaching notes," consultation with Dr. Maider,
ca. 1933

Box 20: folder 167
"Scattered teaching notes,"
ca. 1930s

Box 20: folder 168
"Scattered teaching notes, casework, spiral notebook,"
ca. 1936-1939, 1985

Box 20: folder 169
Notes for teaching or writing,
ca. 1958-1960s, n.d.

Box 20: folder 170
Series V. CASE RECORDS



A., Mr.; New York School of Social Work,
1953

Box 21: folder 1
Abott, John; New York School of Social Work,
1945-1953

Box 21: folder 2
Abrams, Gladys; New York School of Social Work, course #220,
ca. 1960

Box 21: folder 3
Adams, Martha; CW 2, course #122,
1948-1953

Box 21: folder 4
Adams, Raymond and Alice; New York School of Social Work, CW 2 course #122,
1944-1952, n.d.

Box 21: folder 5
Aged Casebook; New York School of Social Work,
1956-1960

Box 21: folder 6
Alexander; New York School of Social Work, CW 3, course #122,
n.d.

Box 21: folder 7
Andrews, Stanley; New York School of Social Work, course #123,
1951, n.d.

Box 21: folder 8
Archer, James and Helen;
1936

Box 21: folder 9
Aryns, Ralph and Catherine;
ca. 1948-1950

Box 21: folder 10
B. Mr.; New York School of Social Work, (from Cleveland MSW), course #220,
1958-1961, n.d.

Box 21: folder 11
B. Mrs.; Columbia University School of Social Work, course #T6202,
ca. 1966-1967

Box 21: folder 12
Baeder, Elmer and Lelah;
1935-1936, n.d.

Box 21: folder 13
Baker;
1936

Box 21: folder 14
Bard, William and Sarah;
ca. 1949

Box 21: folder 15
Barker, Raymond and Margaret; School of Applied Social Sciences, Western Reserve University,
1934-1936

Box 21: folder 16
Bates;
1935

Box 21: folder 17
Beach; CCRA,
1935, n.d.

Box 21: folder 18
Beaupres; New York School of Social Work,
1954, n.d.

Box 21: folder 19
Bennington, Oscar and Lucille; School of Applied Social Sciences, Western Reserve University,
1936-1937, n.d.

Box 21: folder 20
Benoit, Michael and Florence; New York School of Social Work,
ca. 1957-1960

Box 21: folder 21
Berkeley; New York School of Social Work, Course # 124,
ca. 1950-1962

Box 21: folder 22
Billings, Russell and Elinore; School of Applied Social Sciences, Western Reserve University,
1935-1936, n.d.

Box 21: folder 23
Bjointly, Mr. and Mrs.; New York School of Social Work,
ca. 1952-1963

Box 21: folder 24
Braddock, John; New York School of Social Work,
1954

Box 21: folder 25
Bradley; AC,
1938, n.d.

Box 21: folder 26
Breymaier; Cleveland Study of Marriage Counseling,
1940

Box 21: folder 27
Brown, Ruth;
ca. 1938-1940

Box 21: folder 28
Brummer, Charles and Jane; Family Service Association of America,
ca. 1963-1970, n.d.

Box 21: folder 29
Bruno, Nicholas and Marie;
1934, n.d.

Box 22: folder 30
Burke; Columbia University School of Social Work,
ca. 1954-1969, n.d.

Box 22: folder 31
Burke, John; New York School of Social Work,
ca. 1952

Box 22: folder 32
Burman, Sam and Mary; Family Service Association of America,
1952-ca. 1954

Box 22: folder 33
Burton, Lenard and Laura; School of Applied Social Sciences, Western Reserve University,
1937-1939, n.d.

Box 22: folder 34
C., Louis; Jewish Guild for the Blind,
1969

Box 22: folder 35
C., Miss; New York School of Social Work, course #220,
1958-1963

Box 22: folder 36
Cadman, Barbara; Fr. Institute of Almoners, London,
ca. 1953-1956

Box 22: folder 37
Cafferty, Patrick and Bridget; New York School of Social Work, course #120,
ca. 1945-1955, n.d.

Box 22: folder 38
Caldwell, Joe and Elizabeth;
1936, n.d.

Box 22: folder 39
Cantor;
1964-1965

Box 22: folder 40
Carey, John and Helen;
1933, n.d.

Box 22: folder 41
Carlos, Juan and Venita; New York School of Social Work, CW 1, course #120 and course #121,
ca. 1942-1957,n.d.

Box 22: folder 42
Carter, Harold and Myra; New York School of Social Work, course #123,
ca. 1950-1951

Box 22: folder 43
Case Folder 220; New York School of Social Work,
ca. 1958-1959

Box 22: folder 44
Chester, Andrew and Marion; Columbia University School of Social Work,
ca. 1962-1966

Box 22: folder 45
Cianco, Anthony and Carmen; Cleveland,
1935

Box 22: folder 46
Claus[e]; Cleveland Study of Marriage Counseling,
ca. 1940-1942

Box 22: folder 47
Cleveland University Hospital Records;
ca. 1963-1965

Box 22: folder 48
Cole, Charles and Elaine; AC and CCRA,
1935-1936, n.d.

Box 22: folder 49
Comfort, Harold and Josephine; Family Society of Philadelphia, Philadelphia Study of Marriage Counseling,
1941

Box 22: folder 50
Connocker; Dr. Werner's seminar,
1951

Box 22: folder 51
Cord, Mrs.; New York School of Social Work,
ca. 1959, n.d.

Box 22: folder 52
Corke, Clara and Rachel; New York School of Social Work, CW 2, course #121,
ca. 1944-1959

Box 23: folder 53
Cornfeld, Samuel;
ca. 1960-1970

Box 23: folder 54
Corrigan; CCRA and AC,
1933-1934

Box 23: folder 55
Corsi, Mike; New York School of Social Work,
ca. 1951

Box 23: folder 56
Crane, Joseph and Rosemary; Philadelphia Study of Marriage Counseling,
1942

Box 23: folder 57
D. Family (1);
ca. 1963-1964

Box 23: folder 58
D. Family (2);
1963-1964

Box 23: folder 59
D., Mr.;
ca. 1967-1968

Box 23: folder 60
Daly, Ben and Honey; New York School of Social Work, CW 2,
ca. 1947-1950

Box 23: folder 61
Damon; New York School of Social Work,
ca. 1957, n.d.

Box 23: folder 62
Dane, Allen and Linda;
ca. 1953

Box 23: folder 63
Danielski, Henry and Helen; Cleveland Study of Young Married Couples,
ca. 1940

Box 23: folder 64
Davidson, Nina; Jewish Board of Guardians, New York School of Social Work, course #123,
ca. 1953

Box 23: folder 65
Davis; Family Service Association of America,
ca. 1960

Box 23: folder 66
Denton, Sarah; New York School of Social Work,
ca. 1954

Box 23: folder 67
Devlin, John and Josephine; Philadelphia Study of Marriage Counseling,
ca. 1942

Box 23: folder 68
Diamond, Edward and Kathleen;
n.d.

Box 23: folder 69
Dorsey;
1969

Box 23: folder 70
Drake, John and Barbara; St. Louis Institute,
ca. 1952

Box 23: folder 71
Dumont; New York School of Social Work,
ca. 1957-1958

Box 23: folder 72
Eckhardt; Cleveland Study of Marriage Counseling,
1940

Box 23: folder 73
Edison, Edward and Isabel;
1936, n.d.

Box 23: folder 74
Edwards, June; New York School of Social Work,
1954

Box 23: folder 75
Eliott, Herbert;
ca. 1936-1937

Box 23: folder 76
Elliott, Robert and Edna; Columbia University School of Social Work,
ca. 1960-1969

Box 24: folder 77
Erin, Laura; School of Applied Social Sciences, Western Reserve University,
ca. 1932-1937, n.d.

Box 24: folder 78
F. Family;
ca. 1964

Box 24: folder 79
F., Mrs. (1); School of Applied Social Sciences, Western Reserve University,
ca. 1934-1935, n.d.

Box 24: folder 80
F., Mrs. (2); New York School of Social Work,
1952

Box 24: folder 81
F., Mrs. (3); Community Service Society of New York,
1969

Box 24: folder 82
Fain, Sidney and Ruth; Family Service Association of America,
ca. 1953-1956

Box 24: folder 83
Felton, Peggy; New York School of Social Work, course #124,
ca. 1949-1955

Box 24: folder 84
Flint, Milton and Marge; Columbia University School of Social Work,
1963-1964

Box 24: folder 85
Ford, Fred and Naomi;
1936-1937, n.d.

Box 24: folder 86
Fox, Herman and Mary; New York School of Social Work, CW 2,
ca. 1946-1948

Box 24: folder 87
Frey;
1935, n.d.

Box 24: folder 88
Fuentes, Anita and Ramon; Columbia University School of Social Work,
ca. 1963-1966

Box 24: folder 89
G. Case; New York School of Social Work,
1961

Box 24: folder 90
G. Family;
ca. 1964

Box 24: folder 91
G., Harold; New York School of Social Work,
1955

Box 24: folder 92
Garcia (1); Cleveland,
ca. 1938-1939

Box 24: folder 93
Garcia (2); New York School of Social Work, CW 2, course #122,
ca. 1948

Box 24: folder 94
Garcia (3);
1958-1960

Box 24: folder 95
Gary, Charles and June; AC, Cleveland,
ca. 1949-1950

Box 24: folder 96
Gee, Linda; Columbia University School of Social Work,
1963

Box 24: folder 97
Goldsmith, Charles and Rose; Philadelphia,
ca. 1949-1950

Box 24: folder 98
Gracci, Angelo and Carmen;
1942-1943

Box 24: folder 99
Granville, Frederick and Norma;
ca. 1949-1950

Box 24: folder 100
Gray, David; New York School of Social Work, CW 3 course #123,
ca. 1949-1957

Box 24: folder 101
Grayson, Norman and Christine;
ca. 1933-1937

Box 25: folder 102
Green;
ca. 1952-1953

Box 25: folder 103
Green, Pauline;
n.d.

Box 25: folder 104
Gruber, Edward; New York School of Social Work, course #121,
ca. 1954-1955

Box 25: folder 105
Guilford; New York School of Social Work, course #124,
ca. 1949-1950

Box 25: folder 106
Guisseppe, Mrs. Angelina; New York School of Social Work, CW 1,
ca. 1960-1961

Box 25: folder 107
H. Case; New York School of Social Work,
ca. 1956-1957

Box 25: folder 108
H., Mr. and Mrs.;
ca. 1962

Box 25: folder 109
H., Mrs. (1); AC, Cleveland,
1934-1937

Box 25: folder 110
H., Mrs. (2); New York School of Social Work,
ca. 1951-1952

Box 25: folder 111
H., Mrs. (3); Columbia University School of Social Work,
ca. 1964

Box 25: folder 112
Halling, Lyle and Dale; New York School of Social Work,
ca. 1959-1960

Box 25: folder 113
Hammond, Jesse and Marilee; Columbia University School of Social Work,
ca. 1966

Box 25: folder 114
Hampton; New York School of Social Work, course #124,
ca. 1949-1968, n.d.

Box 25: folder 115
Harris, Benjamin; New York School of Social Work, CW 2, course #122,
ca. 1953-1959

Box 25: folder 116
Harris, William and Elizabeth; CCRA,
1933-1936, n.d.

Box 25: folder 117
Hart, Richard and Emma; New York School of Social Work,
1950

Box 25: folder 118
Hartman, Ralph; New York School of Social Work,
ca. 1957-1958

Box 25: folder 119
Hawkins; New York School of Social Work,
ca. 1950-1951

Box 25: folder 120
Heinemann, David and Harriet; New York School of Social Work,
ca. 1958-1959

Box 25: folder 121
Helle, Jean; New York School of Social Work,
n.d.

Box 25: folder 122
Helm, Mrs.; "A City Acts to Help the Aging: The Advocacy Role of the Social Worker,"
ca. 1968

Box 25: folder 123
Hinkleman; Cleveland,
1933, n.d.

Box 25: folder 124
Holmberg; Lloyd and Emma, University of Minnesota,
1938-1939, n.d

Box 25: folder 125
Honen, Ella; AC, Cleveland,
1935-1936, n.d.

Box 26: folder 126
Howard; New York School of Social Work, course #220,
ca. 1952-1955, n.d.

Box 26: folder 127
Howe; Joseph and Anna,
1933, n.d.

Box 26: folder 128
Humphrey; Alex and Maud, CCRA (Rosemary Reynold's case),
1935-1936, n.d.

Box 26: folder 129
J., Mr.; New York School of Social Work,
1951-1952, n.d.

Box 26: folder 130
Jacino, Jim; New York School of Social Work,
1954-1956

Box 26: folder 131
Jane; AC, Cleveland,
1934?, n.d.

Box 26: folder 132
Jeffries, Edward; Cleveland,
1935-1936

Box 26: folder 133
Jenkins, Frank and Dorothy; School of Applied Social Sciences, Western Reserve University,
1940, n.d.

Box 26: folder 134
Joe; New York School of Social Work,
n.d.

Box 26: folder 135
Johnson;
1967-1971, n.d.

Box 26: folder 136
Johnson, Helen; School of Applied Social Sciences, Western Reserve University,
1940?, n.d.

Box 26: folder 137
Johnson, Mr.; New York School of Social Work, course #220,
1953, n.d.

Box 26: folder 138
Johnson, Wayne and Margaret; Cleveland Study of Marriage Counseling,
1940

Box 26: folder 139
Jones, Kenneth and Margaret; Cleveland Study of Marriage Counseling,
ca. 1940

Box 26: folder 140
K., Mrs. and O., Mrs.; New York School of Social Work, course #220,
1951-1953, n.d.

Box 26: folder 141
Kamp, Lewis and Mary;
1934, n.d.

Box 26: folder 142
Kaplin, Murray; New York School of Social Work, CW 2, course #122,
ca. 1954-1955

Box 26: folder 143
Kasentis, John and Koula; Community Service Society, New York,
1970-1971

Box 26: folder 144
Kasmerski; Cleveland Study of Marriage Counseling,
1939-1940, n.d.

Box 26: folder 145
Katz, Robert; New York School of Social Work,
1953-1954

Box 26: folder 146
Kaye, Mr.; Pennsylvania School of Social Work,
1935, n.d.

Box 26: folder 147
Kelly, Alice; Columbia University School of Social Work,
1962-1965

Box 26: folder 148
Kelly, Grace; New York School of Social Work,
1954

Box 26: folder 149
Kelly, Mr.; New York School of Social Work, CW 6,
ca. 1950-1951

Box 26: folder 150
Kent; New York School of Social Work,
1958-1963, n.d.

Box 26: folder 151
Kerner; New York School of Social Work, course #120,
1954-1956, n.d.

Box 26: folder 152
Kieffer, Douglas and Grace; Philadelphia Study of Marriage Counseling and Cleveland Study of Marriage Counseling,
1942, n.d.

Box 26: folder 153
Killian; Cleveland Study of Marriage Counseling,
1940, n.d.

Box 26: folder 154
Killian, Elizabeth;
1939-1940, n.d.

Box 27: folder 155
Kimball, Robert and Ruth (Kallisch, Paul and Marie); New York School of Social Work, course #124 and course #128,
1948-1950, n.d.

Box 27: folder 156
Koran, Joseph and Mary; CCRA, Cleveland,
1935-1936

Box 27: folder 157
Kraemer; Cleveland FS,
1939-1940, n.d.

Box 27: folder 158
Krause, Charles and Lena; CCRA, Cleveland,
1934

Box 27: folder 159
Krinowski, Michael and Mary; AC, Cleveland,
1933

Box 27: folder 160
Kronin;
1934, n.d.

Box 27: folder 161
Krupa, Alex and Sadie; Cleveland Study of Marriage Counseling,
1940

Box 27: folder 162
Kumlar; AC, Cleveland,
1933-1935, n.d.

Box 27: folder 163
Kyrian; AC, Cleveland,
1935, n.d.

Box 27: folder 164
L. Family; New York School of Social Work, course #124,
1952-1959, n.d.

Box 27: folder 165
L., Mr. and Mrs.;
1969-1970

Box 27: folder 166
L. Record; New York School of Social Work,
1951-1952, n.d.

Box 27: folder 167
Landers; New York School of Social Work, course #123,
1953-1954, n.d.

Box 27: folder 168
Landon; New York School of Social Work, course #124,
1952-1955, n.d.

Box 27: folder 169
Lane, John and Mary; New York School of Social Work, CW 1,
1950-1955, n.d.

Box 27: folder 170
Lansing, Horace and Lelia; New York School of Social Work, CW 2,
1942-1955, n.d.

Box 27: folder 171
Lee; New York School of Social Work,
1956-1957, n.d.

Box 27: folder 172
Lewis, Anna; New York School of Social Work, CW 3, course #123,
1948-1953, n.d.

Box 27: folder 173
L'Hota; CCRA, Cleveland,
1936, n.d.

Box 27: folder 174
Linton, Larry and Rhoda;
1930, n.d.

Box 27: folder 175
Lister, Theodore and Sally; Philadelphia Study of Marriage Counseling,
1942, n.d.

Box 27: folder 176
Long; New York School of Social Work,
1952-1962, n.d.

Box 27: folder 177
M., Irene; Summer Institute, St. Vincent's Hospital of the City of New York,
1950-1952, n.d.

Box 28: folder 178
M., Johnny; New York School of Social Work,
1955, n.d.

Box 28: folder 179
M., Miss; New York School of Social Work, (medical social work) course #220,
1953-1954, n.d.

Box 28: folder 180
M., Mr.; New York School of Social Work,
1954

Box 28: folder 181
Mahler;
1946, n.d.

Box 28: folder 182
Malara, Frank and Gertrude; School of Applied Social Sciences, Western Reserve University,
1933, n.d.

Box 28: folder 183
Marcus; New York School of Social Work,
1951-1952, n.d.

Box 28: folder 184
Marsh, Henry and Elizabeth; New York School of Social Work, course #124,
1935-1950, n.d.

Box 28: folder 185
Martin, Bobbie; New York School of Social Work, (medical social work), course #222,
1953, n.d.

Box 28: folder 186
Mary; School of Applied Social Sciences, Western Reserve University,
1932-1935, n.d.

Box 28: folder 187
McAllister, Katherine;
1936, n.d.

Box 28: folder 188
McKinley; New York School of Social Work, course #128,
1947-1957, n.d.

Box 28: folder 189
Meisterics, John and Mary; Cleveland Study of Marriage Counseling,
1940, n.d.

Box 28: folder 190
Melnick, Jeanne; Philadelphia FS,
1935, n.d.

Box 28: folder 191
Meltzer, Mrs.; New York School of Social Work,
1950, n.d.

Box 28: folder 192
Mendez; Columbia University School of Social Work,
1965-1966, n.d.

Box 28: folder 193
Miller, Myron; Columbia University School of Social Work,
1956-1971, n.d.

Box 28: folder 194
Miller, Raymond and Elsie;
1933, n.d.

Box 28: folder 195
Milton; New York School of Social Work,
1956-1957, n.d.

Box 28: folder 196
Mitchell, George and Mary; Cleveland FS,
1936, n.d.

Box 28: folder 197
Mobley, Harry and Lois; Columbia University School of Social Work,
ca. 1969

Box 28: folder 198
Moore; Family Service Association of America,
1960, n.d.

Box 28: folder 199
Morgan, Edward and Jessie; School of Applied Social Sciences, Western Reserve University,
1939, n.d.

Box 28: folder 200
Morton, George and Evelyn;
1960

Box 28: folder 201
Mueller, William and Carol; New York School of Social Work, CW 1, course #120,
1944-1952, n.d.

Box 28: folder 202
Mulholland, Michael and Florence; Philadelphia Study of Marriage Counseling,
1942, n.d.

Box 28: folder 203
Mundi, John and Teresa; School of Applied Social Sciences, Western Reserve University,
1936, n.d.

Box 28: folder 204
Murray, John and Genevieve; Philadelphia FS,
1931, n.d.

Box 28: folder 205
Murray, Joseph and Elizabeth; CCRA,
1934-1935

Box 28: folder 206
N. case (Nelson); New York School of Social Work,
1952-1956, n.d.

Box 28: folder 207
N., Mr.; New York School of Social Work,
n.d.

Box 29: folder 208
N., Mrs. (Rose); New York School of Social Work, course #220,
1951-1952, n.d.

Box 29: folder 209
Nagy, Mrs.; School of Applied Social Sciences, Western Reserve University,
1937, n.d.

Box 29: folder 210
Nathan, Anthony and Lois; New York School of Social Work, course #124,
1950, n.d.

Box 29: folder 211
Nathanson; New York School of Social Work, CW 3,
1949-1956, n.d.

Box 29: folder 212
Newman; New York School of Social Work,
1952-1953, n.d.

Box 29: folder 213
Newton (Norales), John and Rose; New York School of Social Work, CW 2, course #122,
1945, n.d.

Box 29: folder 214
Nichols; New York School of Social Work, CW 2, course #121 [?] and #122 [?],
1949-1953

Box 29: folder 215
Niehardt;
n.d.

Box 29: folder 216
O., Mrs. (Margaret); New York School of Social Work,
1949-1951, n.d.

Box 29: folder 217
O., Sally; New York School of Social Work,
1951-1952

Box 29: folder 218
O'Hara, Daniel; New York School of Social Work, CW 2, course #122,
1947-1960, n.d.

Box 29: folder 219
O'Neill, Michael; Pennsylvania School of Social Work,
1935

Box 29: folder 220
Orton, James and Frances; New York School of Social Work,
1941-1943, n.d.

Box 29: folder 221
Ottero; Columbia University School of Social Work,
1965-1968, n.d.

Box 29: folder 222
Owens; Columbia University School of Social Work,
1965-1968, n.d.

Box 29: folder 223
Parker, Ruth; New York School of Social Work, course #124,
1949-1952, n.d.

Box 29: folder 224
Paul, William and Margaret; New York School of Social Work, CW 3, course #123,
1943-1954, n.d.

Box 29: folder 225
Pavia; Cleveland Study of Marriage Counseling,
ca. 1940

Box 29: folder 226
Peters, Arthur; Columbia University School of Social Work,
1967-1969, n.d.

Box 29: folder 227
Peters, Harry;
1963-1964, n.d.

Box 29: folder 228
Peters, Thomas and Marian; New York School of Social Work, course #124,
1950-1951, n.d.

Box 29: folder 229
Pietro, Pat and Jewel; Cleveland Study of Marriage Counseling,
1940, n.d.

Box 29: folder 230
Pollack, Sarah; New York School of Social Work,
n.d.

Box 29: folder 231
Popinoe, John and Agnes;
1935-1936, n.d.

Box 29: folder 232
Porter, Alfred and Teresa; School of Applied Social Sciences, Western Reserve University, CW 1,
1933, n.d.

Box 29: folder 233
Poverty Cases;
1963-1965, 1985, n.d.

Box 29: folder 234
Pratt, Mary; New York School of Social Work,
1950, n.d.

Box 30: folder 235
Preston, Henry and Janet; School of Applied Social Sciences, Western Reserve University,
n.d.

Box 30: folder 236
Price, Charles M.; New York School of Social Work, course #104,
1945-1950, n.d.

Box 30: folder 237
Proctor, Norman and Mildred; School of Applied Social Sciences, Western Reserve University,
1933, n.d.

Box 30: folder 238
Psychiatric Hospital;
1961-1962

Box 30: folder 239
Purka, Goldie; Cleveland EDCR,
1936, n.d.

Box 30: folder 240
Pusey, George and Sophie; School of Applied Social Sciences, Western Reserve University,
1932-1936, n.d.

Box 30: folder 241
Queen, Samuel and Georgia; St. Louis Institute,
1952, n.d.

Box 30: folder 242
R., Mrs.; New York School of Social Work, course #121 and course #122,
ca. 1961-1963

Box 30: folder 243
Randall, Tommy; New York School of Social Work, course #220,
1957-1959, n.d.

Box 30: folder 244
Reger, Max and Helen; AC, Cleveland,
1941

Box 30: folder 245
Rich;
n.d.

Box 30: folder 246
Robinson, Stanley and Helen;
1937-1938, n.d.

Box 30: folder 247
Rodney, Mrs.; Columbia University School of Social Work,
1966-1968, n.d.

Box 30: folder 248
Rosaria; New York School of Social Work, course #121,
n.d.

Box 30: folder 249
Rogers;
1951

Box 31: folder 250
Rosen, Sadie and Julius;
1958, n.d.

Box 31: folder 251
Ross, Edward; New York School of Social Work, CW 1, course #120,
1945-1949, n.d.

Box 31: folder 252
Roth, Vera; Columbia University School of Social Work,
n.d.

Box 31: folder 253
Rozek, Joseph and Mildred; Cleveland Study of Marriage Counseling,
1942, n.d.

Box 31: folder 254
Rucci, Alexander and Cecelia; Philadelphia Study of Marriage Counseling,
1942, n.d.

Box 31: folder 255
Ryman; New York School of Social Work,
1954-1964, n.d.

Box 31: folder 256
S., David; New York School of Social Work,
1953-1954, n.d.

Box 31: folder 257
S., John; New York School of Social Work, CW 4, course #123,
1951-1952, n.d.

Box 31: folder 258
S., Miss; New York School of Social Work, CW 2, course #122,
1939-1953, n.d.

Box 31: folder 259
Sacks, Dan; New York School of Social Work,
1955

Box 31: folder 260
Saltman;
1968-1969, n.d.

Box 31: folder 261
Saltzman, Joseph and Erminie; CCRA, Cleveland,
1936

Box 31: folder 262
Samuels, Robert and Alva; Family Service Association of America "exhibit record," Columbia University School of Social Work,
1965-1969, n.d.

Box 31: folder 263
Sanborn, George and Marian;
1944-1954, n.d.

Box 31: folder 264
Sanca, Pasquale and Mary; Family Service Society of America "exhibit record,"
1950-1956, n.d.

Box 31: folder 265
Sanson, Clarence and Elizabeth;
1935, n.d.

Box 31: folder 266
Santos, Edwardo and Florita; Columbia University School of Social Work,
1967-1969, n.d.

Box 31: folder 267
Saunders, Nelson and Agnes; Philadelphia,
1933, n.d.

Box 31: folder 268
Saunders, Otto and Janet; CCRA, Cleveland,
1935-1936

Box 31: folder 269
Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs.; Pennsylvania School of Social Work, Philadelphia,
1933-1935

Box 31: folder 270
Schultz, James and Edna;
1934-1935, n.d.

Box 31: folder 271
Schwartz, Clara; Columbia University School of Social Work,
1961-1962, n.d.

Box 31: folder 272
Shaker, Emily;
1936

Box 31: folder 273
Shimon and Reuven; New York School of Social Work,
1950-1963, n.d.

Box 31: folder 274
Shorghaufer; Cleveland Study on Marriage Counseling,
1939-1940, n.d.

Box 32: folder 275
Siders; AC, Cleveland,
1935-1936, n.d.

Box 32: folder 276
Simko, Raymond and Ann; AC, Cleveland,
1942

Box 32: folder 277
Sloan; Cleveland,
ca. 1937

Box 32: folder 278
Smidenski, Frank; New York School of Social Work,
1951, n.d.

Box 32: folder 279
Smith; Cleveland Study of Marriage Counseling,
1939-1940, n.d.

Box 32: folder 280
Smith, Anne; Chattanooga Institute,
1926-1927, n.d.

Box 32: folder 281
Smith, Carol; Columbia University School of Social Work,
1968, n.d.

Box 32: folder 282
Smythe, Louis and Maria; CCRA, Cleveland,
1935

Box 32: folder 283
Sobolewski;
1960-1961

Box 32: folder 284
Stalin, Edgar; Chattanooga and Eglesmere,
1935-1936, n.d.

Box 32: folder 285
Stanton, George and Mary; Eglesmere,
1935-1937, n.d.

Box 32: folder 286
Straus; New York School of Social Work,n.d.
1953-1964.

Box 32: folder 287
"Stringbean interviews and other observation sketches;"
1924-1937, n.d.

Box 32: folder 288
Stwan; Cleveland Study on Marriage Counseling,
1940, n.d.

Box 32: folder 289
Summer, Samuel and Bertha; New York School of Social Work,
1951, n.d.

Box 32: folder 290
Swope; New York School of Social Work, CW 2, course #122,
1939, n.d.

Box 32: folder 291
Sunporch Group; Boston University, School of Social Work,
1960

Box 32: folder 292
Szwydky, Anna;
1927

Box 32: folder 293
T., Mr.; Community Service Society of New York,
1950

Box 32: folder 294
Thomas, George and Margaret;
1938, n.d.

Box 32: folder 295
Thomas, Edward and Elizabeth;
1934, n.d.

Box 32: folder 296
Tobin, Henry and Ellen; CCRA, Cleveland,
1934-1935, n.d.

Box 32: folder 297
Torino, Michael; New York School of Social Work,
1946-1948, n.d.

Box 32: folder 298
Torres;
1969-1970, n.d.

Box 32: folder 299
Torvald, Jan and Lisa; Family Service Society of America "exhibit record,"
1956-1957, n.d.

Box 33: folder 300
Tracy, Mrs.;
n.d.

Box 33: folder 301
Trickett, Bob;
1938, n.d.

Box 33: folder 302
Troka, Margaret; AC, Cleveland,
1937-1940, n.d.

Box 33: folder 303
Valenti;
1959, n.d.

Box 33: folder 304
Van Horn; Cleveland Study of Marriage Counseling,
1940, n.d.

Box 33: folder 305
Vargo;
n.d.

Box 33: folder 306
Veteran; New York School of Social Work, CW 3, course #123,
1949-1950, n.d.

Box 33: folder 307
W. Case;
1950-1951

Box 33: folder 308
W. Family;
1964, n.d.

Box 33: folder 309
Wagner, Gerald and Tilda;
1935-1936, n.d.

Box 33: folder 310
Wallace, Percy and Dolly; School of Applied Social Sciences, Western Reserve University,
1934-1935, n.d.

Box 33: folder 311
Ward; Dr. Werner's seminar,
1950

Box 33: folder 312
Weiner; Columbia University School of Social Work,
1967, n.d.

Box 33: folder 313
Whistler, Katherine; CCRA,
1935-1936, n.d.

Box 33: folder 314
Williams, Laura; Dr. Werner's seminar,
1950

Box 33: folder 315
Williams, William and Genevieve;
1933

Box 33: folder 316
Wilson, Walter and Jean; New York School of Social Work,
1953-1962, n.d.

Box 33: folder 317
Wilmington Cases; The Family Society, Wilmington, Delaware,
1939-1940

Box 33: folder 318
Wisner, Peter;
1946-1947, n.d.

Box 33: folder 319
Witte, Gustave and Clara; New York School of Social Work, CW 1, course #121,
1941-1951, n.d.

Box 33: folder 320
Wright, Fred and Sylvia; New York School of Social Work, course #123,
1951-1953, n.d.

Box 33: folder 321
X., Mrs.; Columbia University School of Social Work,
ca. 1963

Box 33: folder 322
X.X., Mr.; New York School of Social Work, course #120 and course #121,
1954-1956, n.d.

Box 33: folder 323
Youth Board Cases; New York School of Social Work,
1953

Box 33: folder 324
Zalor, Janet; New York School of Social Work,
1950-1951, n.d.

Box 33: folder 325
Zoland, Frank and Margaret;
1943

Box 33: folder 326
Zucker;
1966, n.d.

Box 33: folder 327
Index of cases,
n.d.

Box 33: folder 328
Case records on index cards, A-Z,
1926-1971

Box 33: folder 329
Series VI. WRITING AND SPEECHES



Speeches and papers



"Notes for various speeches,
1930-1940"


ca. 1930-1940

Box 34: folder 1
"Why a Private Family Agency?,"
ca. 1930-1940

Box 34: folder 2
On supervision,
ca. 1930-1940

Box 34: folder 3
Cash versus kind,
ca. 1930-1940

Box 34: folder 4
"Making the Most of Our Children,"
ca. 1930-1940

Box 34: folder 5
"Making the Most of Our Children," final version,
ca. 1930-1940

Box 34: folder 6
"Private and Public Relief,"
ca. 1937-1939

Box 34: folder 7
On curriculum changes,
ca. 1938

Box 34: folder 8
"The Caseworker and the Modern Family," and "Individualized Service to Families,"
1938

Box 34: folder 9
"The Place of the Private Family Welfare Society in the Community,"
1938

Box 34: folder 10
Edwards family,
ca. 1936-1939

Box 34: folder 11
"How can the Caseworkers Attitudes Affect Treatment,"
1939

Box 34: folder 12
ca. 1935-1939, 1985

Box 34: folder 13
1940-1943, 1985

Box 34: folder 14
1944-1951

Box 34: folder 15
ca. 1950-1954

Box 34: folder 16
"Casework with Families Having Marital and Parent- Child Conflicts," notes,
ca. 1950-1954

Box 34: folder 17
"Case Work in any Category," speech notes and program,
1951

Box 34: folder 18
Papers and speeches on diagnosis in casework,
1954-1955

Box 34: folder 19
Papers, reviews, and discussion,
ca. 1955-1959

Box 34: folder 20
"The Nature of Personality Change in Casework," notes, paper and commmentary,
1956

Box 35: folder 21
"Analysis of Two Casework Approaches," revisions and discussion,
1956-1962, ca. 1986

Box 35: folder 22
Comments on Helen Perlman's book,
1958

Box 35: folder 23
Papers, reviews and speeches,
1960-1969

Box 35: folder 24
"Casework and Social Class," speech, review and related material,
1965

Box 35: folder 25
Letters to the editor,
1966, ca. 1970s

Box 35: folder 26
"The Psychosocial Approach to the Practice of Casework,"
1969

Box 35: folder 27
"Current and Future Trends in Social Casework," early and revised drafts,
1971-1973

Box 35: folder 28
ca. 1972-1978

Box 35: folder 29
"Growth and Synthesis in Psychosocial Casework,"
1972

Box 35: folder 30
Boston meeting, papers and notes,
ca. 1973-1975

Box 35: folder 31
Forward to Poverty and Social Casework Services, Ben Orcutt,
1973

Box 35: folder 32
"Social Casework: The Psychological Approaches," 1977 Encyclopedia of Social Work, correspondence and draft,
1975-1976

Box 35: folder 33
"Evaluation: Clinical Results and Research Methodology," notes,
ca. 1975

Box 36: folder 34
"Evaluation: Clinical Results and Research Methodology," draft and mailing list,
1976-ca. 1977

Box 36: folder 35
"On Revisiting Social Work," early draft and correspondence,
ca. 1978

Box 36: folder 36
"On Revisiting Social Work," address draft and program,
ca. 1978

Box 36: folder 37
"On Revisiting Social Work," commentary and correspondence,
ca. 1978-1980

Box 36: folder 38
Introduction and related correspondence for Clinical Social Workers as Psychotherapists, by Florence Lieberman,
ca. 1979-1982

Box 36: folder 39
"For Eileen's book,"
1981

Box 36: folder 40
"Clinical Social Work--What is It?", speech,
1981

Box 36: folder 41
Speeches,
1982-1983

Box 36: folder 42
"How It Really Was," drafts and related materials,
ca. 1983

Box 36: folder 43
"How It Really Was," commentary and correspondence,
ca. 1983-1986

Box 36: folder 44
"Psychological Perspective in Clinical Social Work, a Personal Perspective of How it Really Began," videocassette, Smith College,
1983

Box 36: folder 45
"The Early Growth and Development of Modern Social Casework," notes,
1984

Box 36: folder 46
Speeches, undated


Box 36: folder 47
Discussions of Florence Hollis's papers,
1938-1960, 1985

Box 36: folder 48
Publications



The Journal of Social Casework (formerly The Family), issues edited by Hollis,
1942-1947

Box 36: folder 49
Articles



1931-ca. 1940, 1985, n.d.

Box 36: folder 50
Articles and pamphlet,
1945-1959, n.d.

Box 36: folder 51
Articles and publication list,
1960-ca. 1983, n.d.

Box 37: folder 52
Books



Social Case Work in Practice: Six Case Studies



Case notes,
ca. 1930s, ca. 1976

Box 37: folder 53
Yelenk (Homenko) case, Institute of Family Service, Cleveland,
1938, ca. 1985

Box 37: folder 54
Reviews,
1939-1940

Box 37: folder 55
Correspondence,
1939-1941, 1955

Box 37: folder 56
Women in Marital Conflict



Correspondence,
1945-1953

Box 37: folder 57
Reviews,
1949-1951

Box 37: folder 58
Casework: A Psychosocial Therapy, 1st and 2nd editions



Notes and reviews,
ca. 1964-1973

Box 37: folder 59
Reviews from abroad,
1964-1968

Box 37: folder 60
Correspondence concerning Japanese translation,
1965-1979, n.d.

Box 37: folder 61
Casework: A Psychosocial Therapy, 3rd edition



Introduction, acknowledgments and notes,
ca. 1980

Box 37: folder 62
Introduction, acknowledgments and epiloque,
1980-1981

Box 37: folder 63
Preface, acknowledgments, and table of contents, galley proofs,
ca. 1980-1981

Box 37: folder 64
Corrected index,
ca. 1981

Box 37: folder 65
Chapter 1



"Scraps of 10/15 copy,"
ca. 1979

Box 37: folder 66
Early draft,
1979

Box 37: folder 67
Early draft,
1979

Box 37: folder 68
Mary Woods' copy,
ca. 1979-1980

Box 37: folder 69
Intermediate draft,
ca. 1979-1980

Box 37: folder 70
"Scraps of final 1,"
ca. 1979-1980

Box 37: folder 71
Endnotes,
ca. 1979-1980

Box 37: folder 72
Fragments,
ca. 1979-1980

Box 37: folder 73
Chapter 2



Notes and drafts,
1979

Box 38: folder 74
Early draft,
1979

Box 38: folder 75
Early draft, Mary Woods' copy,
1979

Box 38: folder 76
Early draft, fragments,
ca. 1979

Box 38: folder 77
Intermediate draft,
ca. 1979-1980

Box 38: folder 78
Chapter 2 and 4, fragments,
1980

Box 38: folder 79
Chapter 3



Early draft,
ca. 1979-1980

Box 38: folder 80
Intermediate draft,
ca. 1979-1980

Box 38: folder 81
Copy edited draft,
ca. 1979-1980

Box 38: folder 82
Chapter 4



Early notes,
ca. 1979

Box 38: folder 83
Early draft,
ca. 1979-1980

Box 38: folder 84
Early draft, Mary Woods' copy,
ca. 1979-1980

Box 38: folder 85
Early draft, fragments,
ca. 1979-1980

Box 38: folder 86
Chapter 5



Preliminary notes,
ca. 1979

Box 38: folder 87
Early draft 1, Mary Woods' copy,
ca. 1979-1980

Box 38: folder 88
Early draft 2, Mary Woods' copy,
1980

Box 38: folder 89
Early draft, fragments,
ca. 1979-1980

Box 38: folder 90
Intermediate draft,
ca. 1980

Box 38: folder 91
"Scraps of final 5,"
ca. 1979-1980

Box 38: folder 92
Chapter 6



Early notes,
ca. 1979

Box 38: folder 93
Chapter 7



Early notes,
ca. 1979

Box 38: folder 94
Early draft,
ca. 1979-1980

Box 39: folder 95
Intermediate draft,
ca. 1979-1980

Box 39: folder 96
Fragments,
ca. 1979-1980

Box 39: folder 97
Chapter 8



Early draft,
ca. 1979-1980

Box 39: folder 98
Intermediate draft,
ca. 1979-1980

Box 39: folder 99
Copy edited draft,
ca. 1979-1980

Box 39: folder 100
Chapter 9



Early draft,
ca. 1979-1980

Box 39: folder 101
Intermediate draft,
ca. 1979-1980

Box 39: folder 102
Copy edited draft,
ca. 1979-1980

Box 39: folder 103
Chapter 10



Early draft,
ca. 1979-1980

Box 39: folder 104
Intermediate draft,
ca. 1979-1980

Box 39: folder 105
Copy edited draft,
ca. 1979-1980

Box 39: folder 106
Chapter 11



Intermediate draft 1,
ca. 1979-1980

Box 39: folder 107
Intermediate draft 2,
ca. 1979-1980

Box 39: folder 108
Copy edited draft,
ca. 1979-1980

Box 39: folder 109
Chapter 12



Early draft and related material,
1979

Box 39: folder 110
Intermediate draft,
ca. 1979-1980

Box 39: folder 111
Copy edited draft,
ca. 1979-1980

Box 40: folder 112
Chapter 13



Early notes and fragments,
ca. 1979

Box 40: folder 113
Early draft,
ca. 1979-1980

Box 40: folder 114
Intermediate draft,
ca. 1979-1980

Box 40: folder 115
Chapter 14



Early draft,
ca. 1979-1980

Box 40: folder 116
Fragments,
ca. 1979

Box 40: folder 117
Intermediate draft,
ca. 1979-1980

Box 40: folder 118
Fragments,
ca. 1979-1980

Box 40: folder 119
Chapter 15



"Chapter 14, new 15--scraps,"
ca. 1979

Box 40: folder 120
Early draft,
ca. 1979-1980

Box 40: folder 121
Intermediate draft,
ca. 1979-1980

Box 40: folder 122
Fragments,
ca. 1979-1980

Box 40: folder 123
Chapter 16



"Remnants,"
ca. 1979

Box 40: folder 124
Early draft,
ca. 1979-1980

Box 40: folder 125
Early draft with Mary Woods' comments,
ca. 1979-1980

Box 40: folder 126
Intermediate draft,
ca. 1979-1980

Box 40: folder 127
Fragments,
ca. 1979-1980

Box 40: folder 128
Chapter 17



Preliminary draft,
ca. 1979

Box 40: folder 129
Early draft,
ca. 1979-1980

Box 40: folder 130
Intermediate draft,
ca. 1979-1980

Box 40: folder 131
Odds and ends,
ca. 1979-1980

Box 40: folder 132
Chapter 18



Early draft,
ca. 1979-1980

Box 40: folder 133
Intermediate draft,
ca. 1979-1980

Box 40: folder 134
"Odds and ends,"
ca. 1979

Box 41: folder 135
Fragments,
ca. 1979-1980

Box 41: folder 136
Chapter 19



Early draft,
ca. 1979-1980

Box 41: folder 137
Intermediate draft
1, ca. 1979-1980

Box 41: folder 138
Intermediate draft
2, ca. 1979-1980

Box 41: folder 139
Copy edited draft,
ca. 1979-1980

Box 41: folder 140
Chapter 20



Ideas, resource materials, and fragments,
ca. 1978-1980

Box 41: folder 141
Preliminary notes,
ca. 1979-1980

Box 41: folder 142
Early draft,
ca. 1979-1980

Box 41: folder 143
Early draft, Mary Woods' copy,
ca. 1979-1980

Box 41: folder 144
Intermediate draft,
ca. 1979-1980

Box 41: folder 145
And appendix A, later draft,
ca. 1979-1980

Box 41: folder 146
"Odds and ends,"
ca. 1979-1980

Box 41: folder 147
Fragments,
ca. 1979-1980

Box 41: folder 148
Related materials



Selected end notes,
ca. 1979-1980

Box 41: folder 149
Ideas, reference materials and correspondence,
ca. 1969-1980

Box 41: folder 150
Conference ideas,
ca. 1978-1979

Box 41: folder 151
"Recent conference" notes,
ca. 1980

Box 42: folder 152
Manuscript review materials with correspondence,
ca. 1979-1980, n.d.

Box 42: folder 153
Review and revision prospectus,
ca. 1979

Box 42: folder 154
Miscellaneous materials,
ca. 1979, n.d.

Box 42: folder 155
"Book odds and ends on desk 7/30/80,"
ca. 1980

Box 42: folder 156
Author's questionnaire,
1980

Box 42: folder 157
Reviews,
1982-1986

Box 42: folder 158
Published Books: Social Case Work in Practice: Six Case Studies,; Women in Marital Conflict, 1955 (Dutch edition); and Casework, A Psychosocial Therapy (various editions, 1964- )
1939

Box 42
Series VII. TYPOLOGY RESEARCH



Notes and findings



Classification System, general case notes and discussion notes,
ca. 194[?]-196[?], ca. 1986

Box 42: folder 1
Classification System, general cases notes and discussion notes,
ca. 1954-1958

Box 42: folder 2
Pre-book Classification Study, samples of notes on cases, Watson,
ca. 1953-1957

Box 42: folder 3
Pre-book Classification Study, sample of notes on cases, Kerr,
ca. 1954-1958

Box 42: folder 4
Classification outlines, schemes, charts and item illustrations,
1958-ca. 1974

Box 42: folder 5
1966 typology work folders and related documents



"1966 Work Folder, findings, material for computer"



ca. 196[?]-1966

Box 42: folder 6
ca. 1962-1966

Box 42: folder 7
ca. 1962-1966

Box 43: folder 8
ca. 1962-1966

Box 43: folder 9
"Notes for summer work, 1966,"
ca. 1966

Box 43: folder 10
Program for the Wilcoxon and Mann-Whitney Tests and related materials,
ca. 1965-1966

Box 43: folder 11
Classification in Casework Treatment, notes and tables,
1964-ca. 1966

Box 43: folder 12
National Institute of Mental Health reports and related documents



Typology research development, ideas, progress reports, grant applications and correspondence,
1958-1966, ca. 1986

Box 43: folder 13
"Development of A Casework Treatment Typology," Final Progress Report, 1-50A,
1966

Box 43: folder 14
"Development of A Casework Treatment Typology," Final Progress Report, 51-84 and appendices,
1966

Box 43: folder 15
"Development of A Casework Treatment Typology," Final Report,
1966

Box 43: folder 16
"A Casework Treatment Typology Workbook,"
1968

Box 43: folder 17
"A Casework Treatment Typology Workbook," revisions and notes,
ca. 1968

Box 44: folder 18
Cases used in typology research



Records and code sheets



Case 1,
1962-1964, ca. 1971

Box 44: folder 19
Case 2,
1962-1964, ca. 1971

Box 44: folder 20
Case 3,
1963-1964, ca. 1971

Box 44: folder 21
Case 4,
1962-1965

Box 44: folder 22
Case 5,
1962-1964, ca. 1971

Box 44: folder 23
Case 6,
1962-1964, ca. 1971

Box 44: folder 24
Case 7,
1962-1964, ca. 1971

Box 44: folder 25
Case 8,
1962-1964, 1971

Box 44: folder 26
Case 9,
1963-1964, ca. 1971

Box 44: folder 27
Record 173485,
1962-1971

Box 44: folder 28
Record 173486 and record 174373,
1962-1963

Box 44: folder 29
Miscellaneous notes,
ca. 1962-1971

Box 44: folder 30
Training kit, assorted materials,
1962-ca. 1967

Box 44: folder 31
Diagnostic records and interview data



Family and Children's Service, St. Louis, MO



1001, case 144236,
ca. 1966

Box 44: folder 32
1002, case 144237,
ca. 1966

Box 44: folder 33
1003, case 144607,
ca. 1966-1968

Box 44: folder 34
1004, case 144369,
ca. 1966

Box 44: folder 35
1005, case 146036,
ca. 1967

Box 44: folder 36
1006,
ca. 1967

Box 44: folder 37
1007,
ca. 1967

Box 44: folder 38
1008,
ca. 1967

Box 44: folder 39
1009, case 146814,
[1967?]

Box 44: folder 40
1010,
ca. 1966-1967

Box 44: folder 41
1011 case 146237,
ca. 1967

Box 44: folder 42
1012 case 146640,
ca. 1967

Box 44: folder 43
Family Service of Philadelphia



1021, case 55809,
ca. 1966-1967

Box 45: folder 44
1022, case 55837,
ca. 1966-1967

Box 45: folder 45
1023, case 55548,
ca. 1966-1967

Box 45: folder 46
1024, case 55848,
[1966-1967?]

Box 45: folder 47
1025, case 56065,
ca. 1967

Box 45: folder 48
Typology speeches and papers



Hollis's typology, speeches, papers and notes,
ca. 1957-1967

Box 45: folder 49
Administrative Group Meeting, minutes and notes, Family Service Association of Cleveland,
1962

Box 45: folder 50
"The Relation of Diagnosis to Treatment Techniques," speech, related notes and flyer, N.A.S.W.,
1962-1964

Box 45: folder 51
"Casework Treatment: An Attempt at Classification" and "Casework Treatment: Experiment in Classifications," lecture, notes and program, Chicago and Cincinnati,
ca. 1964-1965

Box 45: folder 52
"Explorations with a Treatment Typology," program and commentary, Bryn Mawr College,
1965

Box 45: folder 53
"Developments in Casework Methodology," speech notes, National Institute for Social Work Training, London,
1966

Box 45: folder 54
Papers, studies, and articles using the Hollis typology



Comparison of Hollis's typology with other systems,
ca. 1963-1964, ca. 1986

Box 45: folder 55
Reid-Turner coding study, record T1, interview transcript and code sheets,
ca. 1963-1965, 1977

Box 45: folder 56
Classification resource material, 8201,
ca. 1968-1969

Box 45: folder 57
"Social Work Treatment and Values Differences," Francis Turner, doctoral dissertation,
1963


Chapters 1-3


Box 45: folder 58
Chapters 4-7


Box 45: folder 59
Appendices, bibliography and Hollis's notes,
1963-[1971?]

Box 45: folder 60
Final report of project 555-25-1, Francis Turner,
1967

Box 45: folder 61
"An Investigation of a Scheme for the Classification of Casework Activities," Domanski, et al., Smith School for Social Work,
1960

Box 46: folder 62
"The Application of the Hollis Treatment Classification System to the Casework Treatment of Adolescents," Barbara Ennis, master's thesis, New York School of Social Work,
1961

Box 46: folder 63
"Treatment Procedures Used With Schizophrenic Patients, Chronic, Undifferentiated Type," M.K. O'Neill, master's thesis,
1965

Box 46: folder 64
"The Use of Content Analysis to Compare Three Types of Casework Recording," Buchenhorner, et al., Columbia University School of Social Work,
1966


Part I


Box 46: folder 65
Part II and bibliography


Box 46: folder 66
"Situational Diagnosis and Situational Therapy," Max Siporin, paper,
1966

Box 46: folder 67
"Casework Treatment Procedures as a Function of Client-Diagnostic Variables," Edward J. Mullen, doctoral dissertation,
1968


Chapters 1-4


Box 46: folder 68
Chapters 5-7


Box 46: folder 69
Appendices and bibliography


Box 46: folder 70
"Testing with a Treatment Typology," Edna Chamberlain, paper and correspondence, with commentary by Florence Hollis,
1968-ca. 1969

Box 46: folder 71
Service to Youth Council, code manual, correspondence and related material,
ca. 1969

Box 46: folder 72
Typology coding with Mitzi Montgomery, correspondence, interview and analysis,
ca. 1971-1973, 1981

Box 46: folder 73
"Feedback Systems, Interaction Analysis, and Counseling Models in Professional Programmes," Mitzi Montgomery, doctoral dissertation,
1973


Chapters 1-4


Box 47: folder 74
Chapters 5-7


Box 47: folder 75
Chapter 8, bibliography and appendices


Box 47: folder 76
Preventing Chronic Dependency, Mullen, et al.



Draft, chapters 1-6,
1970

Box 47: folder 77
Draft, chapters 7-9 and appendices,
1970

Box 47: folder 78
Preventing Chronic Dependency, Mullen, et al., publication and notes, Community Service Society of New York,
ca. 1970

Box 47: folder 79
Hollis's comments,
1970-1973

Box 47: folder 80
"Caseworkers' Judgments of Clients' Hope: Some Correlates among Client-Situation Characteristics and Among Workers' Communication Patterns," F.L. Boatman, doctoral dissertation,
1974


Chapters 1-3


Box 47: folder 81
Chapters appendices and bibliography
4-5,

Box 47: folder 82
"Developing A Research Methodology for Theory Research in a Project: A Classification System that Predicts Casework Treatment," and related work, Donald Ayre, Family and Children's Service, Pittsburgh,
1963-1964

Box 48: folder 83
"A Classification System that Predicts Casework Methodology," Donald Ayre, Family and Children's Service, Pittsburgh,
1964

Box 48: folder 84
"The Hollis Typology Applied to an Inner City Population," Ron Spolar, paper and correspondence,
ca. 1975-1976

Box 48: folder 85
"The Hollis Typology Applied to an Inner City Population," Ron Spolar, paper and correspondence, Lee Rauch, paper and correspondence,
ca. 1975-1976 1981-1982

Box 48: folder 86
Published articles using Hollis typology,
1964-1970

Box 48: folder 87
Series VIII. NOTES ON SELECTED DOCUMENTS



Key to folders,
ca. 1986

Box 48: folder 1
"Scattered Teaching Notes"



Folder 1,
ca. 1930s, ca. 1986

Box 48: folder 2
Folder 2, consultation with Dr. Maider, notes,
ca. 1933, ca. 1986

Box 48: folder 3
Folder 3,
ca. 1930s, ca. 1986

Box 48: folder 4
Folder 4, casework, "spiral notebook,"
ca. 1936-1939, ca. 1986

Box 48: folder 5
Notes for speeches,
1930-1940


Folder 5, "The Caseworker and the Modern Family," and "Individualized Service to Families,"
1938, ca. 1986

Box 48: folder 6
Folder 6, Edwards family,
ca. 1936-1939, ca. 1986

Box 48: folder 7
Folder
7, ca. 1930-1940, ca. 1986

Box 48: folder 8
Folder 8, On curriculum changes,
ca. 1938, ca. 1986

Box 48: folder 9
Folder 9, "Why a Private Family Agency?,"
ca. 1930-1940, ca. 1986

Box 48: folder 10
Folder 10, On supervision,
ca. 1930-1940, ca. 1986

Box 48: folder 11
Folder 11, Cash versus kind,
ca. 1930-1940, ca. 1986

Box 48: folder 12
Folder 12, "Making the Most of Our Children,"
ca. 1930-1940, ca. 1986

Box 48: folder 13
Folder 13, "Making the Most of Our Children," final version,
ca. 1930-1940, ca. 1986

Box 48: folder 14
Folder 14, Speech on attitudes,
1939, ca. 1986

Box 48: folder 15
Folder 15, "The Place of the Private Family Welfare Society in the Community,"
1938, ca. 1986

Box 48: folder 16
Folder 16, "Private and Public Relief,"
ca. 1937-1939, ca. 1986

Box 48: folder 17
Folder 17, Social Case Work in Practice: Six Case Studies, case notes,
ca. 1930s, ca. 1976

Box 48: folder 18
Folder 18, comments on Helen Perlman's book,
1958, 1985

Box 48: folder 19
Tapes



1, 2, and 3,
ca. 1986

Box 48: folder 20
4, notes on Helen Perlman's book, and 5, notes on Casework in Practice: Six Case Studies,
ca. 1985-1986

Box 48: folder 21
Series IX. PHOTOGRAPHS



Florence Hollis collection



Florence Hollis,
ca. 1910-1987, n.d.

Box 49: folder 1
Florence Hollis, school photographs,
ca. 1922-1928, 1978

Box 49: folder 2
Louis Herbert Hollis and Bertha Hoerig Hollis, parents of Florence Hollis,
1954-1986, n.d.

Box 49: folder 3
Louis Hoerig Hollis, brother of Florence Hollis and his wife, Virginia Earle Hollis,
1915, 1944-1964, n.d.

Box 49: folder 4
Hoerig relatives,
1918, 1964, n.d.

Box 49: folder 5
Hollis relatives,
1941-1952, n.d.

Box 49: folder 6
Florence Hollis and Rosemary Reynolds,
1937-1979, n.d.

Box 49: folder 7
Friends and associates of Florence Hollis and Rosemary Reynolds, C-S,
1946-1982, n.d.

Box 49: folder 8
Friends and associates of Florence Hollis and Rosemary Reynolds, T-W, and unidentified,
ca. 1920-1987

Box 49: folder 9
Florence Day,
1947-1954, n.d.

Box 50: folder 10
Anni Hofer and Ruth Zobrist,
1951-1985, n.d.

Box 50: folder 11
Dame Eileen Younghusband,
1958-1978, n.d.

Box 50: folder 12
Crosslands Retirement Community, Kennett Square, Pennsylvania,
1978-1980

Box 50: folder 13
Unidentified and miscellaneous,
1905, 1963-1986, n.d.

Box 50: folder 14
Rosemary Reynolds collection



Rosemary Reynolds,
1906-1971, n.d.

Box 50: folder 15
Mary Ross Reynolds and Chauncey P. Reynolds, parents of Rosemary Reynolds,
1901-1903, n.d.

Box 50: folder 16
Reynolds family members,
1903-1911, ca. 1960-1975, n.d.

Box 50: folder 17
Home of Mary Ross Reynolds, 6105 Wayne Avenue, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,
1939, 1961, 1977-1978

Box 50: folder 18
Assorted friends and relatives [?],
ca. 1928-1973

Box 50: folder 19
Mount Holyoke College classmates,
1928, 1953, 1976

Box 50: folder 20
Office, Community Service Society of New York,
1968-1978

Box 50: folder 21
Series X. ROSEMARY REYNOLDS PAPERS



Family history and biography



Reynolds family tree, newsclippings and related documents,
1967-1979, n.d.

Box 51: folder 1
Bridal register and marriage certificate, Mary Ross Reynolds and Chauncey P. Reynolds,
1901-1902

Box 51: folder 2
Birth certificate and notice, and confirmation paper,
1906, 1922

Box 51: folder 3
"The Biography of Our Baby,"
1906-1912

Box 51: folder 4
"The Biography of Our Baby," enclosures,
1906-1912, n.d.

Box 51: folder 5
Biographical materials,
ca. 1930-1981

Box 51: folder 6
Certificates and awards,
1934-1935, ca. 1973

Box 51: folder 7
Diary of a friend or relative of Rosemary Reynolds,
ca. 1939-1946, n.d.

Box 51: folder 8
Mary Ross Reynolds, assorted materials,
1940-1964, n.d.

Box 51: folder 9
Correspondence to Mary Ross Reynolds,
ca. 1958-1962, n.d.

Box 51: folder 10
Medical records,
1968-1980, n.d.

Box 51: folder 11
Retirement at Crosslands, Kennett Square, Pennsylvania



Correspondence with Crosslands,
1972-1977

Box 51: folder 12
Committee records,
ca. 1978-1979

Box 51: folder 13
Hospice group workshop, memos, questionnaire and relfections,
1980

Box 51: folder 14
Religious pamphlets, prayers and related documents,
n.d.

Box 51: folder 15
Correspondence



General correspondence,
1922-1928

Box 51: folder 16
General corrrespondence,
1955-1984, n.d.

Box 51: folder 17
Correspondence records,
1949-1984

Box 51: folder 18
Address list from
1903 to 1961, ca. 1942-1961

Box 51: folder 19
Education



High School



English notebook, pages 1-101,
1922

Box 51: folder 20
English notebook, pages 102-192,
1922

Box 51: folder 21
"The Diary of the Winthrop Family," fictional diary chronicling the period from 1620-1920,
1923[?]

Box 52: folder 22
"Modern Poetry," paper,
April 27, 1923

Box 52: folder 23
Graduate study in London



"New Homes for London's Poor,"
1928

Box 52: folder 24
Pennsylvania School of Social Work



Case summary,
1929, 1983

Box 52: folder 25
"Casework for First Years," Master of Social Work thesis,
1936

Box 52: folder 26
Community Service Society of New York



Culture and personality seminar, notes, reports and related material,
1949

Box 52: folder 27
Publications, papers, and speeches



The Spokesman, Family Society of Philadelphia,
1931-1933

Box 52: folder 28
Publications, papers and speeches,
ca. 1931-1933, 1983

Box 52: folder 29
Publication, papers and speeches,
1934-1938

Box 52: folder 30
Publications, papers, speeches and reviews,
1946-1947

Box 52: folder 31
"Services to Individuals Within a Group Work Setting," speech, correspondence and related report,
1950-1951

Box 52: folder 32
Publications, papers, and speech,
1951-1959

Box 52: folder 33
Professional activities



Atlantic City, Institute on selection and supervision of student supervisors, conference notes,
1950, ca. 1947-1950

Box 52: folder 34
Bryn Mawr Institute June 1955, Unmarried parenthood, records, notes and final summary,
1951-1955

Box 53: folder 35
Cleveland, Ohio, Supervisory conferences,
ca. 1934-1937

Box 53: folder 36
Community Service Society of New York



Assorted documents,
1942-1975

Box 53: folder 37
Committee on student training and supervision, minutes, memoranda, progress reports and related documents,
1947-1948, n.d.

Box 53: folder 38
Study of professional responsibilities in family service, memoranda and reports,
ca. 1947-1949

Box 53: folder 39
Intake study, minutes and reports,
1949-1950

Box 53: folder 40
DS-AS Committee of the Whole, minutes and memoranda,
1950

Box 53: folder 41
Case review study, memos and reports,
1954

Box 53: folder 42
Progress report,
1964

Box 53: folder 43
Study committee report and related newsclipping,
January 1971

Box 53: folder 44
Caring for the aged, reports and publication, The Natural Supports Program,
1980-1981

Box 53: folder 45
"Content of Field Work Training in a Family Agency," on supervision, notes,
1942-1946

Box 53: folder 46
Cuyahoga County Relief Administration (CCRA), Cleveland, Ohio, Studies, reports and correspondence,
1934-1937

Box 53: folder 47
Family Service Association of America seminar, "Philosophy and Practice of Supervision," Lake Forest, Illinois,
1947

Box 53: folder 48
Family Welfare Society of America, Great Lakes region, supervision, assorted documents,
1926-1929, 1986

Box 53: folder 49
Guidelines for staff development programs, on supervision,
1957

Box 53: folder 50
Institute of Family Services (The Associated Charities), Cleveland, Ohio, Correspondence,
1933

Box 53: folder 51
Smith College School for Social Work, Institute on student supervision, notes,
July 1946

Box 53: folder 52
Smith College School for Social Work, Supervisory method in social casework seminar, conference notes,
1948

Box 53: folder 53
Western Reserve University, School of Applied Social Sciences, staff supervision conference notes,
1937-1942

Box 53: folder 54
Western Reserve University, School of Applied Social Sciences, supervision conference notes,
1939

Box 53: folder 55
OVERSIZE MATERIALS AND TAPES



Certificates and awards, oversize,
1966, 1983

Box 54: folder 1
Correspondence records, Florence Hollis,
1942-1985

Box 55
[See Flat file]


Box 56
Case records on index cards, A-Z,
1926-1971

Box 57
Psychological Perspective in Clinical Social Work, a Personal Perspective of How it Really Began," videocassette, Smith College,
1983

Box 58
Typology research, Watson, early content analysis and coded data,
ca. 1953-1957

Box 59: folder 1
Typology research, Kerr, early content analysis and coded data,
1956-1958 [?]

Box 59: folder 2
Typology research, training kit, code sheets,
1964-1965

Box 59: folder 3
Typology research, code sheets, record T1, interview 1 and interview 3,
1963

Box 59: folder 4
Typology research, typology coding with Mitzi Montgomery, code sheets,
1971-1972

Box 59: folder 5
Tapes of cases used in typology research



No. 1001 and 1002



Reel 1



No. 1001, side 1, Mr. Hays, interview 6,
April 12, 1966

Box 60
No. 1002, side 2, Mr. and Mrs. Will, interview 5,
April 12, 1966

Box 60
No. 1002



Reel 2



side 1, Mr. Will, interview 6,
April 19, 1966

Box 60
side 2, Mrs. Will, interview 6,
April 19, 1966

Box 60
Reel 3



side 1, Mr. Will, interview 7,
April 26, 1966

Box 60
side 2, Mrs. Will, interview 8, May 3, 1966


Box 60
Reel 4



side 1, Mr. Will, interview 8,
May 3, 1966

Box 60
side 2, Mrs. Will, interview 9,
May 10, 1966

Box 60
Reel 5



side 1, Mr. Will, interview 9,
May 10, 1966

Box 60
side 2, Mrs. Will, interview 10, 6
May 17, 196

Box 60
Reel 6



side 1, Mr. Will, interview 10,
May 17, 1966

Box 60
No. 1003



Reel 1



side 1, Mr. Ewell, interview 6,
October 13, 1966

Box 60
side 2, Mr. Ewell, interview 7,
October 18, 1966

Box 60
Reel 2



side 1, Mr. Ewell, interview 8,
October 25, 1966

Box 60
side 2, Mr. Ewell, interview 9, 6
November 1, 196

Box 60
Reel 3



side 1, Mr. Ewell, interview 10,
November 8, 1966

Box 60
Reel 4



side 1, Mrs. Ewell, interview 8,
October 10, 1966

Box 60
side 2, Mrs. Ewell, interview 9,
October 20, 1966

Box 60
Reel 5



side 2, Mrs. Ewell, interview 10,
October 27, 1966

Box 60
No. 1004



Reel 1



side 1, Mrs. Ritter, interview 10,
October 9, 1966

Box 60
No. 1006



Reel 1



side 1, Mrs. Overton, interview 7,
April 10, 1967

Box 60
Reel 2



side 1, Mrs. Overton, interview 8,
April 14, 1967

Box 60
side 2, Mrs. Overton, interview 9,
April 17, 1967

Box 60
Reel 3



side 1, Mrs. Overton, interview 10,
April 21, 1967

Box 60
Reel 4



side 1, Mr. Overton, interview 5,
April 13, 1967

Box 60
side 2, Mr. Overton, interview 6,
April 18, 1967

Box 60
No. 1007



Reel 1



side 1, Mr. Murphy, interview 6,
April 6, 1967

Box 60
Reel 2



side 1, Mr. Murphy, interview 7,
April 13, 1967

Box 60
Reel 3



side 1, Mr. Murphy, interview 8,
April 21, 1967

Box 60
Reel 4



side 1, Mrs. Murphy, interview 6,
April 14, 1967

Box 60
Reel 5



side 1, Mrs. Murphy, interview 7,
April 21, 1967

Box 60
Reel 6



side 1, joint interview: Mrs. Murphy, interview 8; Mr. Murphy, interview 9,
April 27, 1967

Box 60
Reel 7



side 2, joint interview: Mrs. Murphy, interview 9; Mr. Murphy, interview 10,
May 4, 1967

Box 60
Reel 8



side 1, joint interview: Mrs. Murphy interview 10; Mr. Murphy interview 11,
May 17, 1967

Box 60
No. 1009



Reel 1



side 1, Mrs. James, interview 7,
June 21, [196?]

Box 60
Reel 2



side 1, Mrs. James, interview 8,
June 28, [196?]

Box 60
Reel 3



side 1, Mrs. James, interview 9,
July 5, [196?]

Box 60
Reel 4



side 1, Mrs. James, interview 10,
July 12, [196?]

Box 60
Reel 5



side 2, Mrs. James, interview [?],
[July 196[?]

Box 60
Reel 6



side 1, Mr. James, [interview 5?],
[June 22, 196?]

Box 60
Reel 7



side 1, Mr. James, [interview 6?],
[June 28, 196?]

Box 60
Reel 8



side 1, Mr. James, [interview 7 or interview 8],
[July 11, 196? or July 20, 196?]

Box 60
Reel 9



side 1, Mr. James, interview 9,
July 25, [196?]

Box 60
Reel 10



side 1, Mr. James, interview 10,
August 2, [196?]

Box 60
No. 1011



Reel 1



side 1, Mr. and Mrs. Kornblet, interview 6,
May 2, 1967

Box 60
Reel 2



side 1, Mr. and Mrs. Kornblet, interview 7,
May 29, 1967

Box 60
Reel 3



side 1, Mr. and Mrs. Kornblet, interview 8,
July 11, 1967

Box 60
Reel 4



side 2, Mr. and Mrs. Kornblet, interview 9,
July 25, 1967

Box 60
No. 1012



Reel 1



side 1, joint interview: Mr. Sully, interview 5; Mrs. Sully, interview 5,
May 17, 1967

Box 61
Reel 2



side 1, joint interview: Mr. Sully, interview 6; Mrs. Sully, interview 6,
May 23, 1967

Box 61
Reel 3



side 1, joint interview: Mr. Sully, interview 7; Mrs. Sully, interview 7,
June 1, 1967

Box 61
Reel 4



side 1, joint interview [?]: Mr. Sully, interview 8 [?]; Mrs. Sully, interview 8 [?],
[June 6, 1967 [?]

Box 61
Reel 5



side 1, joint interview: Mr. Sully, interview 10; Mrs. Sully, interview 10
June 22, 1967

Box 61
No. 1021



Reel 1



side 1, Mr. Stridiron, interview 6,
December 20, 1966

Box 61
side 2, Mr. Stridiron, interview 7,
January 4, 1967

Box 61
Reel 2



side 1, Mr. Stridiron, interview 8,
January 10, 1967

Box 61
side 2, joint interview: Mr. Stridiron, interview 9; Mrs. Stridiron, interview 11,
January 17, 1967

Box 61
Reel 3



side 1, joint interview: Mr. Stridiron, interview 10; Mrs. Stridiron, interview 12,
January 31, 1967

Box 61
Reel 4



side 1, Mrs. Stridiron, interview 6,
December 6, 1966

Box 61
side 2, Mrs. Stridiron, interview 7,
December 13, 1966

Box 61
Reel 5



side 1, Mrs. Stridiron, interview 8,
December 20, 1966

Box 61
side 2, Mrs. Stridiron, interview 9,
January 3, 1967

Box 61
Reel 6



side 1, Mrs. Stridiron, interview 10,
January 10, 1967

Box 61
No. 1022



Reel 1



side 1, Mr. Thompkins, interview 6,
December 19, 1966

Box 61
side 2, Mr. Thompkins, interview 7,
January 9, 1967

Box 61
Reel 2



side 1, Mrs. Thompkins, interview 6,
December 15, 1966

Box 61
side 2, Mrs. Thompkins, interview 7,
December 23, 1966

Box 61
Reel 3



side 1, Mrs. Thompkins, interview 8,
January 6, 1967

Box 61
side 2, Mrs. Thompkins, interview 9,
January 13, 1967

Box 61
Reel 4



side 1, Mrs. Thompkins, interview 10,
January 18, 1967

Box 61
No. 1023



Reel 1



side 1, Mr. Moylan, interview 6,
November 1, 1966

Box 61
side 2, Mr. Moylan, interview 7,
November 8, 1966

Box 61
Reel 2



side 1, Mrs. Moylan, interview 6,
November 7, 1966

Box 61
side 2, Mrs. Moylan, interview 7,
November 28, 1966

Box 61
Reel 3



side 1, Mr. Moylan, interview 8,
November 22, 1966

Box 61
side 2, Mr. Moylan, interview 9,
November 29, 1966

Box 61
Reel 4



side 1, Mr. Moylan, interview 10,
December 14, 1966

Box 61
Reel 5



side 1, Mrs. Moylan, interview 8,
December 8, 1966

Box 61
side 2, joint interview: Mr. Moylan, interview 11; Mrs. Moylan, interview 9,
December 21, 1966

Box 61
Reel 6



side 1, joint interview: Mr. Moylan, interview 12; Mrs. Moylan, interview 10,
January 5, 1967

Box 61
No. 1024



Reel 1



side 1, Mrs. Frye, interview 6,
December 19, [1966?]

Box 61
side 2, Mrs. Frye, interview 7,
January 9, [1967?]

Box 61
Reel 2



side 1, Mrs. Frye, interview 8,
January 16, [1967?]

Box 61
side 2, Mrs. Frye, interview 9,
January 30, [1967?]

Box 61
Reel 3



side 1, Mrs. Frye, interview 10,
February 6, [1967?]

Box 61
Reel 4



side 1, Mr. Frye, interview 6,
January 5, [1967?]

Box 61
side 2, Mr. Frye, interview 7,
January 12, [1967?]

Box 61
Reel 5



side 1, Mr. Frye, interview 8,
January 19, [1967?]

Box 61
side 2, Mr. Frye, interview 9,
January 26, [1967?]

Box 61
Reel 6



side 1, Mr. Frye, interview 10,
February 2, [1967?]

Box 61
No. 1025



Reel 1



side 1, Mrs. Michael, interview 6,
March 30, 1967

Box 61
side 2, Mrs. Michael, interview 7,
April 6, 1967

Box 61
Reel 2



side 1, Mrs. Michael, interview 8,
April 13, 1967

Box 61
side 2, Mrs. Michael, interview 9,
April 20, 1967

Box 61
Reel 3



side 1, Mrs. Michael, interview 10,
April 27, 1967

Box 61
Miscellaneous tape (used in research?) 62-A, School of Social Welfare, University of California, Berkeley,
May 15, 1963

Box 61
Correspondence records, Rosemary Reynolds,
1949-1984

Box 62
Research project proposal, charts, Community Service Society of New York,
1974

Map case Flat file

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Subjects
  • Austin, Lucille N.--Correspondence
  • Columbia University. School of Social Work--Faculty--History--Sources
  • Community Service Society of New York--History--Sources
  • Day, Florence Roberts, 1898-
  • Family Service Association of America--History--Sources
  • Family Society of Philadelphia--History--Sources
  • Female friendship-United States-History--20th century--Sources
  • Gottfarb, Inga--Correspondence
  • Hamilton, Gordon--Correspondence
  • Hofer, Anni--Correspondence
  • Hollis, Florence
  • March, Frank--Correspondence
  • Psychiatric social work--History--Sources
  • Reynolds, Rosemary Ross, 1906-1980
  • Smith College. School for Social Work.--History--Sources
  • Social case work--United States--History--Sources
  • Social work education--United States--History--Sources
  • Social workers--United States--History--Sources
  • Towle, Charlotte--Correspondence
  • Typology (psychology)--Sources
  • Western Reserve University. School of Applied Social Sciences--History--Sources
  • Younghusband, Eileen Louise Dame, 1902-
  • Zobrist, Ruth


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