Pamphlets relating to children, their protection, assistance and relief in Minnesota, 1917-
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The Institute of Child Welfare was established at the University of Minnesota in 1925 within the office of academic administration. Its mission was to study and gain knowledge about the development of the normal child and disseminate information regarding childcare to parents. One year after its founding, the Institute became a department in the graduate school offering M.A. and Ph.D. degrees. The first director of the Institute was Dr. John E. Anderson (1925-1955). Prog...