University of Chicago. School of Social Service Administration. Photographs 1935-1983

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University of Chicago. School of Social Service Administration. Photographs, 1935-1983

University of Chicago. School of Social Service Administration. Photographs 1935-1983

The University of Chicago's School of Social Service Administration offers master's and doctoral degrees preparing students for leadership in fields of social work. This collection contains photographs documenting the professional and social activities of faculty, staff, students, and alumni at the University of Chicago's School of Social Service Administration. Photographs span 1935-1983.

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