Benjamin E. Youngdahl Papers 1916-1968 (bulk 1940s-1962)

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Benjamin E. Youngdahl Papers, 1916-1968, (bulk 1940s-1962)

Benjamin E. Youngdahl Papers 1916-1968 (bulk 1940s-1962)

The collection contains the personal and professional papers of noted public welfare administrator and social work educator, Benjamin E. Youngdahl. Personal correspondents include Harry Truman, Adlai Stevenson, Hubert Humphrey, and John F. Kennedy. Materials documenting Youngdahl's career in the academic and public sectors form the bulk of the collection.

11.5 linear feet; 147 folders; 2 legal folders; 1 oversized container

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