Papers, 1900-1984


Papers, 1900-1984

Papers, 1900-1984

Correspondence, photographs, awards, etc., of Natalie Walker Linderholm, social worker and social work publicist.

3 file boxes, 1 folio volume, 1 folio, and 1 oversize folder

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Eliot, Abigail Adams, 1892-1992 (person)

Abigail Adams Eliot was born October 9, 1892, in Dorchester, Massachusetts, the youngest child of Reverend Christopher Rhodes Eliot (1856-1945) and Mary Jackson (May) Eliot (1859-1926). Her sister, Martha May Eliot (whose papers are in the Schlesinger Library, MC 229), was head of the Children's Bureau of the U.S. Department of Labor between 1951 and 1956. Her brother, Frederick May Eliot, was head of the Unitarian Association of America starting in 1937 till his death in 1958. ...

Linderholm, Natalie Walker, 1892-1987. (person)

Social worker and social work publicist, Linderholm graduated from Radcliffe College (1914), and earned a certificate at the School of Civics and Philanthropy, now the School of Social Service Administration, at the University of Chicago (1915). She married Ernest Linderholm, lawyer and businessman; they had one daughter, Elizabeth, born in 1918. In 1921 Linderholm established the Vermont Children's Aid Society, a professionally-staffed agency for foster care and adoption of neglected, homeless ...

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Chicago School of Civics and Philanthropy (corporateBody)

In 1903 courses in social welfare were offered within the Extension Division of the University of Chicago. This program expanded in 1904 into the Institute of Social Science and Arts: Training for Philanthropic and Social Work under the direction of Graham Taylor. The Institute lost the support of the University and in 1906 become an independent organization known as the Chicago Institute of Social Science. In 1908 the Institute was incorporated as the Chicago School of Civics and Philanthropy u...

Natalie Walker Linderholm, 1892-1987 (person)

Natalie Walker was born in Philadelphia in 1892 and attended Girl's Latin School in Boston. She attended Radcliffe 1910-1914, graduating magna cum laude in political science. While at Radcliffe she was a member of the English and Ideler Clubs and served as Vice President of the Guild (1912-1913), Class Secretary (1911-1912) and first Editor-in-Chief of Fortnightly . She was also class historian and was elected a charter member of the Radcliffe chapter of Phi Beta Kappa. Also at Radc...

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Donovan, Frances Cooper-Marshall. (person)

Frances Cooper-Marshall Donovan was born in London in 1906 to Emma Watson and Raphael Cooper-Marshall. She attended school in London and Jamaica, and was enrolled in Brookline High School in 1921, while her father was in the United States on business. She studied government at Radcliffe College (A.B. 1928, A.M. 1932) where she was Class Marshall, president of student government, and president of the debating team. In 1931 she married James Donovan, a classmate from Brookline High and chemical en...

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Russell Sage foundation (corporateBody)

The Russell Sage Foundation was established in 1907 by Margaret Olivia Sage "for the improvement of social conditions in the United States..." A pioneer in the developing field of social work, the Foundation set standards for the development of both theory and practice. From the description of Records, 1907-1982. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 154270047 ...

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Gale, Zona, 1874-1938 (person)

Zona Gale was a prominent writer and political activist born in Portage, Wisconsin. Gale attended the University of Wisconsin and worked as a reporter in Milwaukee. Gale, a lifelong friend of Jane Addams, became involved in the fight for the women's vote and eventually went to work for the writer Edmund Clarence Stedman. Her novel, "Miss Lulu Bett" was successfully adapted for the theater. From the description of Correspondence, 1907-1929. (Temple University Libraries). WorldCat reco...

Radcliffe College (corporateBody)

Vocational short courses and institutes were initiated by the Radcliffe Appointment Bureau to train students for careers after graduation. Among these courses were: the Institute on Historical and Archival Management, 1954-1960; Communications for the Volunteer, 1965-1968; Summer Secretarial Course, 1935-1955, and the Radcliffe Publishing Course (formerly Publishing Procedures Course), 1947-, which continues to offer a six-week summer course in publishing. From the description of Rad...