Papers, 1935-1968.

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Tyler, Miriam. Papers, 1935-1968.

Papers, 1935-1968.

The collection contains correspondence and articles about Hull-House, juvenile delinquency, the Juvenile Protective Association, and Jessie Binford.

0.25 linear ft.

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Juvenile Protective Association of Chicago

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The Juvenile Court Committee, established as a not-for-profit organization in 1904, had as its chief purpose the aiding of dependent and delinquent children until their cases were heard by the Juvenile Court. Their primary objective was to have probation and detention home officers placed under county civil service and paid out of public funds. After this was accomplished in 1907, the members of the Committee decided to expand their area of interest and their membership, and change their name. T...

Hull-House (Chicago, Ill.)

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Binford, Jessie F. (Jessie Florence), 1876-1966

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Tyler, Miriam.

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Miriam Tyler worked as a case worker for the Juvenile Protective Association from 1945 to 1955 in the section of the city bordered by Division St. on the north and 45th on the south. Miriam Tyler also lived in the Jane Club for eight years. In 1954, she left Chicago for the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia where she became the first visiting teacher in the Staunton Public Schools. From the description of Papers, 1935-1968. (University of Illinois-Chicago Library). WorldCat record id: 52...