Florence Hollis and Rosemary Ross Reynolds Papers
Florence Hollis and Rosemary Ross Reynolds Papers, 1863-1987 (Bulk: 1930-1986)
63 boxes (25.4 linear ft.)
Collection number: MS 210
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:Restrictions on use:
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.
Mary E. Woods retains copyright for unpublished works of Florence Hollis and Rosemary Ross Reynolds during her lifetime.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."
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