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WALTER A. FRIEDLÄNDER (FRIEDLAENDER)
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Biographical Sketch

Chronology of Events

Bibliography of Published Writings

Scope and Content Note

Series Descriptions

Box and Folder List:


Walter Friedländer
Biographical Sketch

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Walter Friedländer, born in 1891 in Berlin, was a prominent leader of the reform movement in the fields of social policy, social welfare and public health in Weimar (pre-Hitler) Germany. Friedländer, an active Social Democrat and a Jew, was forced to flee Nazi Germany in March of 1933, and eventually immigrated to the United States via France, where he continued to play a leading role as an educator and leader in the field of social work and social welfare education in this country.

Walter Friedländer was born on September 20, 1891 in Berlin, the oldest son of Hugo and Ernestine (Lichtenstein) Friedländer. He grew up under the socialist-oriented influences of his father, a founding member of the pacifist Deutsche Friedensgesellschaft, and later under the influences of his uncle, socialist politician Hugo Haase. In autobiographical statements, Friedländer describes the influences of the youth movements (Jugendbewegung) in Weimar Germany and his membership in the Sozialistischer Studentbund during his student years in Berlin. As a law student in Berlin and Munich (1910-1914), Friedländer became interested in the development of juvenile justice and volunteered his time doing probation work. He also met and later became engaged to Li Bergmann (1914), also involved in the youth movement in Berlin, and they were married in February 1919.

Friedländer served in the German army from 1916 to 1918, and after his return to Berlin in 1919 became actively involved in politics. He was first elected as a delegate for the USPD (Independent Social Democrats) to the district assembly in Schmargendorf in 1920, and in April 1921, to district councilor in the Prenzlauer Berg section of Berlin.

Friedländer's first involvement with the field of youth welfare and social work was through the juvenile justice movement, which was just gaining momentum in Berlin around the time he began his legal studies. His teachers included Paul Kahl and Franz von Liszt, leaders in the juvenile justice movement. The influence of Liszt and his daughter, Elsa von Liszt, led to Friedländer's involvement in the Deutsche Zentrale für Jugendfürsorge, a private youth welfare organization in Berlin, where he at first participated on a voluntary basis, and later served an internship during the first two years of World War I.

Social democratic policy regarding youth welfare was developed in Germany after 1918 by a relatively small group of individuals, among them Hans Caspari, Marie Juchacz, Helene Simon and Walter Friedländer. The central idea of social democratic youth welfare policy was the child's right to education and material assistance provided by the state, set up by the Arbeiterwohlfahrt, the workers' welfare organization founded by the Social Democrats in 1919. The Fachkommission für Jugendwohlfahrt (Youth Welfare Commission), created in 1925 and attached to the headquarters of Arbeiterwohlfahrt, was chaired by Friedländer from 1925 until his dismissal in 1933. Its members included Helene Simon, Hedwig Wachenheim, Hans Maier, Otto Krebs, Rudolf Schlosser and Louise Schröder. The youth welfare committee drafted parliamentary resolutions for the SPD, formulated reform proposals and compiled reports on problems of youth welfare. In addition, the intent was to provide youth welfare committee members with representation at major youth welfare conferences and on central committees of the established youth welfare organizations. Friedländer also became Chairman of the Deutsche Zentrale für freie Jugendwohlfahrt in 1931.

In his twelve years as District Councilor and Director of Youth Welfare in Prenzlauer Berg, the district gained a reputation for developing new and innovative programs in social, and especially youth, welfare, with particular emphasis on the areas of juvenile delinquency (rehabilitation) and youth unemployment.

Friedländer escaped from Germany in February 1933, ostensibly to attend an international conference of the International League of Social Welfare in Geneva in March of 1933. He was officially dismissed from his position in March 1933 and remained in Switzerland after the conference, where his wife and young daughter joined him in May.

He left for Paris in June 1933 at the invitation of the French Minister of Education, however his promise of employment evaporated with the fall of the French cabinet. Instead, Friedländer became co-director of a legal counseling service for political refugees from Germany and helped to set up other organizations to aid his fellow refugees. With the aid of a fellow political refugee from Germany, (John) Otto Reinemann, who had emigrated to the U.S. in 1934, Friedländer received an invitation to lecture at the University of Chicago in 1936 and left Paris in December of the same year.

The Friedländers arrived in Chicago in January 1937, where Walter lectured in the Department of Social Welfare of the University of Chicago until 1943. He also worked as a librarian for the Chicago Jewish vocational service and, at the same time, set up a refugee organization, Selfhelp for Immigrants, patterned after a similar organization founded by Paul Tillich in New York.

In 1943, the same year he became an American citizen, Friedländer left Chicago to lecture at the University of California in Berkeley, where he eventually became professor in the School of Social Welfare and taught until his emeritation in 1959.

Although Friedländer's career in the U.S. became less politically active, he continued to maintain his contacts with Social Democrats and members of the Arbeiterwohlfahrt in post-war Germany, and his correspondence with U.S. politicians is evidence to his continued interest in political affairs.

Friedländer's primary focus in the U.S. became his teaching and writing. Social work training had always been a strong concern for Friedländer during his tenure as Stadtrat (Councilor) in Prenzlauer Berg (Berlin) and teaching consumed a considerable portion of his energies even during this time period. In addition to pursuing an active teaching career at the Social Welfare Departments of the University of Chicago and the University of California, Berkeley, Friedländer continued to publish monographs and later textbooks in the field of social work and social welfare. His most successful work, Introduction to Social Welfare (first published in 1955, and reprinted in 1957, 1968, 1974 and 1979), became the standard basic textbook for social welfare courses throughout the United States. Friedländer also continued to pursue his interest in comparative social work, as evidenced both in his active participation in numerous international social welfare conferences, as well as his publications (including Concepts and Methods of Social Work, 1958 and 1976, and International Social Welfare, 1975).


Walter Friedländer
Chronology of Events

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1891 20 Sept., born in Berlin. Father, Hugo Friedländer (manufacturer); mother, Ernestine, née Lichtenstein.
1897-1910 Attended Falk-Real-Gymnasium, Berlin
1910 Easter, received Abiturium from the Falk-Real-Gymnasium.
1910-1914 Studied law, economics and social sciences at the Universities of Berlin and Munich; trained at the Deutsche Zentrale für Jugendfürsorge (German Central Committee for Youth Welfare) and in the Deutsche Vereinigung für Jugendgerichtshilfe (German Association for Probation Services to Juvenile Courts).
1914 April, received degree of Gerichts- und Regierungsreferendar.
1914-1916 Post-graduate studies at the University of Berlin with field training in courts, offices of the state attorney, prison and municipal administration.
1916-1918 Military service.
1918-1920 Continuation of post-graduate studies.
1919 Married Lina (Li) Bergmann.
1920 Spring, received degree of Gerichts- und Regierungsassessor by the Prussian Ministry of Justice.
  20 Apr., received Doctor of Philosophy Degree, majoring in Economics from the University of Berlin.
  Apr. – Sept. Assistant Judge (Gerichtsassessor) at the District Court of Potsdam.
  21 May, birth of daughter, Dorothee (married name Mindlin)
  Oct., admitted to the bar of Berlin
1920-1921 Private practice in Berlin (Oct. 1920-May 1921).
1921 May, elected to Board of Supervisors (Stadtrat) from the district of Berlin-Prenzlauer-Berg.
1921-1933 Served as City Commissioner for Child Welfare and Public Assistance (Vorsitzender des Wohlfahrts- und Jugendamts).
1926-1927 Oct. – June, lecturer in Social Work at the Social Pedagogic Seminar, Charlottenburg.
1927-1933 Apr. – Mar., faculty member of Sozialpädagogisches Seminar der deutschen Hochschule für Politik, renamed Berliner Seminar für Sozialarbeiter (Social Pedagogic Seminar of the German Academy of Political Sciences, also known as the Mennicke School), affiliated with the University of Berlin.
1929-1933 Apr. – Mar., Associate Professor of Social Work and Child Welfare at the Wohlfahrtsschule des Hauptausschusses für Arbeiterwohlfahrt (School of Social Work of the Central Committee for Workers' Welfare), Berlin.
1933 March, left Germany after Nazi takeover; relocated in Switzerland, Mar. – June.
1933-1936 June – Dec., in France.
  Served as Associate Director of Service Juridique et Social pour les refugiés (Legal and Social Service for Refugees), Paris
1936 Dec., left Paris for Chicago.
1937 Founded Selfhelp for Emigrés, Chicago.
1937-1943 Served as Director of Selfhelp for Emigrés, Chicago.
1937-1943 Feb. - Oct., lecturer in the School of Social Service Administration of the University of Chicago.
1938-1943 Jan. – Oct., served as Head Librarian of the Joint Library of the Jewish Charities of Chicago.
1943-1959 Served as Lecturer and later Professor of Social Welfare in the School of Social Welfare, University of California, Berkeley.
1944-1945 Lecturer in Economics, Univ. of California, Berkeley.
  Taught at the Pacific School of Religion, Foreign Relief and Rehabilitation.
1944-1946 May – Autumn, served as consultant and executive secretary of the West Coast Panel of the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration.
1946-1947 Chairman, California East Bay Chapter, AASW.
1947-1951 Chairman, Joint Committee on International Social Work, Northern California.
1955-1956 Chairman, Committee on International Social Work, California Golden Gate Chapter, NASW; member of executive committee of chapter.
1959 Emeritation from the School of Social Welfare, University of California, Berkley.
1959-1960 Visiting Professor, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
1961 Jan. 8-14, Delegate to the International Conference of Social Work, Rome, Italy.
1963-1964 Visiting Professor, University of Minnesota.
1964 Served as Chairman of the Committee on Sociology and Social Work of the Society for the Study of Social Problems.
1966 Visiting Professor of Sociology at University of Cologne, West Germany.
1967 Visiting Professor at the Free University, Berlin, with lectures in Berlin, Bonn, Heidelberg, Stuttgart, Zurich, Montreux, Lausanne, Geneva and London.
1971 Visiting Professorships in Cologne and Berlin.
1973 Visiting Professor, University of Munster, Westfalen.
1974-1979 Consultant to the faculty and students, School of Social Welfare, University of California, Berkeley.
1977 June 16, death of wife, Li Friedlander.
1984 Died December 20 in Oakland, California.

Walter Friedländer
Bibliography of Published Writings

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Books:
Menschenbildung. Co-authored by Paul Oestreich et al. Berlin: J. Schwetschke, 1921.
Die Schulreform und das Jugendrecht. Berlin: E. Schwetschke, 1922.
Jugendnot. Co-authored by Gerhard Danziger et al. Leipzig: Ernst Oldenburg, 1922.
Grundzüge des Jugendrechts. Itzehoe: G. Martin, 1923.
Neue Wege der Gesetzgebung. Leipzig: E. Oldenburg, 1923.
Die Zusammenarbeit der öffentlichen und der freien Jugendhilfe in den Jugendämtern. Co-authored by Gertraud Bäumer et al. Berlin: F. A. Herbig, 1926.
Die erzieherischen Aufgaben des Jugendamtes. Berlin: M. Hensel & Co., 1927.
Die Durchführung des Jugendgerichtsgesetzes als Personenfrage. Co-authored by Elsa von Liszt et al. Stuttgart: O. Braun, 1927.
Der Jugendhelfer. Co-authored by Siegfried Kawerau et al. Berlin: M. Hensel & Co., 1927.
Die Bekämpfung der Arbeitslosigkeit. Co-authored by O. Heimerich. Kiel: O. Haase, 1927.
Lehrbuch der Wohlfahrtspflege. Co-authored by Hedwig Wachenheim et al. Berlin: Hauptausschuss für Arbeiterwohlfahrt e.V., 1927; 2nd ed. 1930.
Das Buch des Kindes. Co-authored by Adele Schreiber et al. Leipzig: Akademische Deutsche Verlagsanstalt, 1930.
Das Recht der Jugend. Co-authored by Theodor Tichauer. Berlin: J.H.W. Dietz Nachf., 1930.
Jugendrecht und Jugendpflege. Berlin: Arbeiterjugend-Verlag, 1931.
Children, Young People and Unemployment. Co-authored by Ruth Weiland et al. Geneva: International Child Welfare Union, 1933.
The Swiss Federal Criminal Code of December 21, 1937. Co-authored by W. Abraham Goldberg. Supplement to the Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology, XXX, No. 1 (May-June 1939). Chicago: Northwestern University Press, 1939.
Child Welfare in Germany Before and After Naziism. Co-authored by Earl D. Myers. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1940.
Introduction to Social Welfare. NY: Prentice-Hall, 1955; later eds. 1957, 1968, 1974, 1979.
Sosval Refah Hizmetine Baslangio. Ankara: Senyuva Matbaasi, 1966.
Hindustani translation. Lucknow, India: Univ. of Lucknow Press, 1971.
Concepts and Methods of Social Work. Co-authored by Henry S. Maas, Gisela Konopka and Genevieve W. Carter. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1958; 2nd ed. 1976.
Grundbegriffe und Methoden der Sozialarbeit. Neuwied: Luchterhand, 1966.
Principi e metodi di servizio. Tr. Emma Fasolo. Bologna: Societa Editrice il Mulino, 1963.
Conceptos y metodos del servicio social. Buenos Aires: Editorial Kapeluscz, 1969.
Individualism and Social Welfare. An Analysis of the System of Social Security and Social Welfare in France. NY: Free Press of Glencoe, 1962.
Helene Simon. Ein Leben für soziale Gerechtigkeit. Bonn: Arbeiterwohlfahrt Hauptausschuss, 1962.
International Social Welfare. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1975.

Articles:
“Verbindung von Vormundschaftsgericht und Jugendamt,” Zentralblatt für Jugendrecht und Jugendwohlfahrt, XVI, No. 3 (June 1924), p. 56.
“Die Bedeutung der Schutzaufsicht für die Fürsorgeerziehung,” Archiv für die civilistische Praxis, VII, No. 1 (1925), pp. 78-86.
“Praktische Erfahrungen mit der Schutzaufsicht,” Zentralblatt für Jugendrecht und Jugendwohlfahrt, XVII, No. 1 (Apr. 1925), pp. 9-12.
“Zum Entwurf eines Bewahrungsgesetzes,” Zentralblatt für Jugendrecht und Jugendwohlfahrt, XVII, No. 8 (Nov. 1925), pp. 191ff.
“Die gesetzliche Regelung der Unterbringung und Versorgung der Pflegekinder,” Mutter und Kind, IV, No. 8 (1926), pp. 63ff.
“Fürsorgeerziehung und Jugendamt,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, I, No. 2 (Oct. 1926), pp. 53ff.
“Die Jugend in der Gesetzgebung,” Der Jugendführer, No. 3 (Mar. 1926), pp. 19ff. and No. 5 (1926), pp. 37ff.
“Anstaltsdiziplin auf dem Allgemeinen Fürsorgeerziehungstag,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, I, No. 3 (Nov. 1926), pp. 75ff.
“Die Rechtsgrundlagen der Zuständigkeit in der freien Wohlfahrtspflege,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, I, No. 4 (Nov. 1926), pp. 97ff.
“Urkundenaufnahmen beim Jugendamt,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, I, No. 4 (Nov. 1926), pp. 119ff.
“Ein preussischer Ministerialerlass zur Fürsorgeerziehung,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, I, No. 5 (Dec. 1926), pp. 149ff.
“Fürsorgeerziehungsanstalten,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, II, No. 2 (Jan. 1927), pp. 48ff.
“Vollstreckbare Unterhaltungsverpflichtungen beim Jugendamt,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, II, No. 3 (Feb. 1927), p. 84.
“Gewerblicher Kinder- und Jugendschutz im Entwurf eines Arbeitsschutzgesetzes,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, II, No. 4 (Feb. 1927), pp. 115ff.
“Jugendschutz und Strafrechtsentwurf,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, II, No. 9 (May 1927), pp. 268ff.
“Die Beteiligung der freien Verbände an der Jugendfürsorge,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, II, No. 10 (May 1927), pp. 300ff.
“Tagung des deutschen Archivs für Jugendwohlfahrt,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, II, No. 15 (Aug. 1927), pp. 461ff.
“Tabelle: Die elterliche Gewalt,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, II, No. 17 (Sept. 1927), pp. 540ff.
“Der siebente Jugendgerichtstag,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, II, No. 19 (Oct. 1927), pp. 590ff.
“Kinderzuschläge für uneheliche Kinder, Arbeiterwohlfahrt, II, No. 20 (Oct. 1927), pp. 621.
“Allgemeiner Fürsorgeerziehungstag,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, II, No. 20 (Oct. 1927), p. 624ff.
“Psychopathen,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, II, No. 22 (Nov. 1927), pp. 695.
“Vormundschaften in Österreich,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, II, No. 24 (Dec. 1927), pp. 752.
“Anstaltspflege,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, II, No. 24 (Dec. 1927), pp. 764-765.
“Besoldungsreform und uneheliche Kinder,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, III, No. 1 (Jan. 1928), p. 14.
“Sittlichkeit und Strafrecht,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, III, No. 4 (Feb. 1928), pp. 108ff.
“Die Arbeitsteilung in der Jugendfürsorge,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, III, No. 4 (Feb. 1928), pp. 126-127.
“Unterhaltsschutz im Strafgesetzentwurf,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, III, No. 5 (Mar. 1928), pp. 146-147.
“Übertragung der Amtsvormundschaft an Vereine,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, III, No. 6 (Mar. 1928), p. 190.
“Ein neuer Gegenentwurf zum Unehelichenrecht,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, III, No. 8 (Apr. 1928), pp. 235ff.
“Zeugenaussagen von Fürsorgern und Helfern,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, III, No. 9 (May 1928), pp. 276-277.
“Zum pädagogischen Stand der Fürsorgeerziehung,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, III, No. 11 (June 1928), pp. 128ff.
“Konfessionelle Gesichtspunkte in der Jugendfürsorge,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, III, No. 11 (June 1928), pp. 337-339.
“Die Neuwahlen der Jugendämter,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, III, No. 12 (June 1928), p. 363ff.
“Anstaltspflegekosten der privaten Fürsorge,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, III, No. 14 (July 1928), pp. 445.
“Zur gesellschaftlichen Stellung der heutigen Familie. Erfahrungen aus der Jugendfürsorge,” Der Jugendführer, No. 8 (1928), pp. 57ff.
“Die Fürsorge im Strafrecht,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, III, No. 16 (Aug. 1928), pp. 512.
“Der erste internationale Wohlfahrtskongress in Paris,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, III, No. 17 (Sept. 1928), pp. 513ff.
“Polizeiliche Fragen nach der Religion,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, III, No. 21 (Nov. 1928), pp. 660.
“Allgemeine Fürsorgeerziehungstag in Würzburg,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, III, No. 22 (Nov. 1928), pp. 579ff.
“Fürsorgeerziehungstag in Würzburg,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, III, No. 24 (Dec. 1928), pp. 753ff.
“Die Vereinigung für Jugendgerichte und Jugendgerichtshilfe,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, IV, No. 1 (Jan. 1929), p. 11.
“Zum Gesetzentwurf über das Recht des unehelichen Kindes,” Die Genossin, VI, No. 1 (Jan. 1929), pp. 7ff.
“Soziale Jugendnot,” Zentralblatt für Jugendrecht und Jugendwohlfahrt, XX, No. 10 (Jan. 1929), p. 268.
“Die Schweigepflicht der Mitglieder der Wohlfahrts- und Jugendkommissionen,” Berliner Wohlfahrtsblatt, V (1929), pp. 81ff.
“Jugendfürsorge und Prügelstrafe,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, IV, No. 9 (May 1929), pp. 270ff.
“Vereinigung für Jugendgerichte,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, IV, No. 9 (May 1929), p. 273ff.
“Reichskonferenz des Hauptausschusses für Arbeiterwohlfahrt,” Zentralblatt für Jugendrecht und Jugendwohlfahrt, XXI, No. 2 (May 1929), pp. 65-66.
“Richtlinien zur Umgestaltung der Fürsorgeerziehung,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, IV, No. 10 (May 1929), pp. 289-301.
“Unterbringung von Minderjährigen,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, IV, No. 11 (June 1929), pp. 340-341.
“Gesetzwidriger, konfessioneller Zwang in der Fürsorgeerziehung,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, IV, No. 15 (Aug. 1929), p. 467.
“Soziale Gerichtshilfe und SPD,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, IV, No. 15 (Aug. 1929), pp. 471ff.
“Gesetzliche Neuregelung der Jugendamtswahlen in Preussen,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, IV, No. 18 (Sept. 1929), p. 555.
“Fürsorgeerziehungstag in Wiesbaden,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, IV, No. 22 (Nov. 1929), pp. 685ff.; IV, No. 24 (Dec. 1929), pp. 756ff.
“Neuwahl der Jugendämter,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, V, No. 1 (Jan. 1930), p. 14.
“Süddeutsche Bestimmungen in der Jugendfürsorge,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, V, No. 1 (Jan. 1930), p. 15.
“Kinder aus zerrütteten Ehen,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, V, No. 2 (Jan. 1930), p. 42.
“Jugendamt und Unterhaltspflicht,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, V, No. 3 (Feb. 1930), p. 81.
“Abänderungsvorschläge zur Fürsorgeerziehung,” Zentralblatt für Jugendrecht und Jugendwohlfahrt, XXI, No. 11 (Feb. 1930), p. 386.
“Anregungen zum Unehelichenrecht,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, V, No. 4 (Feb. 1930), pp. 116ff.
“Wieder Revolte im Fürsorgeerziehungsheim,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, V, No. 6 (Mar. 1930), p. 179.
“Justiz und soziale Werturteile,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, V, No. 7 (Apr. 1930), p. 208.
“Rechtsprechung zur Fürsorgeerziehung,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, V, No. 10 (May 1930), pp. 308ff.
“Zur Problematik des Jugendgerichts,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, V, No. 11 (June 1930), p. 349.
“Jugendamt und Säuglings- und Kleinkinderfürsorgestelle,” Gesundheitsfürsorge für das Kindesalter, V, No. 2 (June 1930), pp. 134-138.
“Gesetzliche Regelung der Gerichtshilfe,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, V, No. 15 (Aug. 1930), pp. 462ff.
“Ausbildung der Anstaltserzieher,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, V, No. 15 (Aug. 1930), pp. 464ff.
“Kritisches zur Fürsorgeerziehung,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, V, No. 18 (Sept. 1930), p. 571.
“Psychopathen in der Fürsorgeerziehung,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, V, No. 21 (Nov. 1930), pp. 656ff.
“Vereinigung für Jugendgerichte und Jugendgerichtshilfen,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, V, No. 21 (Nov. 1930), pp. 660ff.
“Ein praktischer Versuch zur freiwilligen Erziehungshilfe,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, V, No. 22 (Nov. 1930), pp. 687ff.
“Bildungsmassnahmen für jugendliche Arbeitslose,” Die Gemeinde, VII, No. 22 (Nov. 1930), p. 1011.
“Eine Novelle zum Jugendgerichtsgesetz,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, V, No. 23 (Dec. 1930), pp. 705ff.
“Allgemeiner Fürsorgeerziehungstag in Weimar,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, VI, No. 1 (Jan. 1931), pp. 20ff.
“Der Anteil der behördlichen und freien Fürsorge an den Aufgaben des Paragraphen 4 des Reichsjugendwohlfahrtsgesetzes,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, VI, No. 2 (Jan. 1931), pp. 55ff.
“Das Problem der Minderwertigen in der Fürsorgeerziehung,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, VI, No. 5 (Mar. 1931), p. 154.
“Neuwahl der Jugendschöffen,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, VI, No. 6 (Mar. 1931), p. 179.
“Zusammenarbeit zwischen Fürsorgeerziehungsbehörde und Jugendamt,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, VI, No. 7 (Apr. 1931), pp. 201ff.
“Konferenz des Archivs für Wohlfahrtspflege,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, VI, No. 7 (Apr. 1931), pp. 207ff.
“Strafrechtsreform und soziale Gerichtshilfe,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, VI, No. 8 (Apr. 1931), pp. 233ff.
“Die Stellungnahme der Arbeiterwohlfahrt zu den Sparmassnahmen in der Wohlfahrtspflege,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, VI, No. 12 (June 1931), pp. 358ff.
“Reform der Fürsorgeerziehung,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, VI, No. 14 (July 1931), pp. 421ff.
“Tagung des Archivs deutscher Berufsvormünder,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, VI, No. 14 (July 1931), pp. 432ff.
“Deutsche Zentrale für freie Jugendwohlfahrt,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, VI, No. 14 (July 1931), p. 447.
“Behandlung von älteren Fürsorgezöglingen,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, VI, No. 18 (Sept. 1931), pp. 563ff.
“Kollegialbeschlüsse der Jugendämter,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, VI, No. 19 (Oct. 1931), p. 593.
“25 Jahre Archiv Deutscher Berufsvormünder,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, VI, No. 19 (Oct. 1931), p. 600.
“Fürsorgeerziehungsbehörden und Jugendämter,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, VI, No. 19 (Oct. 1931), pp. 606.
“Abbau der Fürsorgeerziehung durch Notverordnung?” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, VI, No. 21 (Nov. 1931), pp. 641ff.
“Zur Frage der Tagesheime für jugendliche Erwerbslose,” Zentralblatt für Jugendrecht und Jugendwohlfahrt, XXIII, No. 9 (Dec. 1931), p. 322.
“Deutsche Zentrale für freie Jugendwohlfahrt,” Zentralblatt für Jugendrecht und Jugendwohlfahrt, XXIII, No. 9 (Dec. 1931), p. 332.
“Arbeitshaus statt Fürsorgeerziehung,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, VI, No. 23 (Dec. 1931), pp. 716ff.
“Ein Notprogramm der Jugendwohlfahrtspflege,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, VII, No. 2 (Jan. 1932), pp. 33ff.
“Zur Frage der religiösen Erziehung,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, VII, No. 5 (Mar. 1932), pp. 148ff.
“Fürsorgeerziehung und Amtsvormundschaft,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, VII, No. 6 (Mar. 1932), p. 176.
“Mietrückstände,” Allgemeine Hausbesitzerzeitung (Berlin), VI (1932), pp. 27f.
“Notprogramm und Amtsvormundschaft,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, VII, No. 6 (Mar. 1932), pp. 177-178.
“Zusammenarbeit von Jugendamt und Polizeibehörden,” Zentralblatt für Jugendrecht und Jugendwohlfahrt, XXIV, No. 1 (Apr. 1932), p. 21.
“Das Polizeiverwaltungsgesetz,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, VII, No. 8 (Apr. 1932), p. 256.
“Nochmals: Fürsorgeerziehungstag und Arbeitshaus,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, VII, No. 9 (May 1932), pp. 270ff.
“Ein Hilfswerk für Kinder und Jugendliche aus arbeitslosen Familien,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, VII, No. 10 (May 1932), pp. 295ff.
“Die Neuregelung des freiwilligen Arbeitsdienstes,” Die Gemeinde, IX (1932), pp. 966ff.
“Veröffentlichung der Notprogramme für die Jugendwohlfahrt durch das Reichsministerium des Innern,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, VII, No. 11 (June 1932), p. 340.
“Jugendwohlfahrt und Presse,” Zentralblatt für Jugendrecht und Jugendwohlfahrt, XXIV, No. 3 (June 1932), p. 102.
“Die Folgen des Krieges für die Kinder,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, VII, No. 13 (Aug. 1932), pp. 470ff.
“Nationalsozialistische Fürsorgeerziehung,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, VII, No. 15 (Aug. 1932), p. 476.
“Eine neue Adoptionsvermittlungsstelle,” Die Soziale Praxis, XLI (1932), pp. 755ff.
“Die Familie als wirtschaftliche und geistige Einheit in Beziehung zur Fürsorge,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, VII, No. 16 (Aug. 1932), p. 503.
“Arbeitslosigkeit und Kinderarbeit,” Die Soziale Praxis, XLII, No. 1 (Jan. 1933), p. 22.
“Das Jugendnotwerk in der Praxis,” Zentralblatt für Jugendrecht und Jugendwohlfahrt, XXIV, No. 11/12 (Feb./Mar. 1933), pp. 389ff.
“Zusammenarbeit von Hort und Schule,” Zentralblatt für Jugendrecht und Jugendwohlfahrt, XXIV, No. 11/12 (Feb./Mar. 1933), p. 438.
“Die gesetzliche Regelung der sozialen Gerichtshilfe,” Die Soziale Praxis, XLII (1933), pp. 658-662.
“Erfahrungen in der deutschen Fürsorge für jugendliche Arbeitslose,” Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Hygiene (Zurich), III (Dec. 1933) (16 pp.).
“Soziale Probleme der deutschen Emigration,” Volksrecht (Zurich), No. 207 (1933).
“Schwarzarbeit und Emigration,” Der öffentliche Dienst (Zurich), No. 47 (1933).
“Sozialistische Stellung zur privaten Wohlfahrtspflege?” Rote Revue (Zurich), XIII (1934), p. 180.
“Berufliche Schichtung der Emigration,” Der öffentliche Dienst, No. 48 (1934).
“Gesundheitsfürsorge im Dritten Reich,” Volksrecht (Zurich), No. 257 (1934).
“Das Problem der Arbeit in der Emigration,” Pariser Tageblatt, No. 365 (1934).
“Die Wandlungen der deutschen Fürsorge,” Sozialärztliche Rundschau (Vienna), IV, No. 10 (1935), pp. 162ff.
“Erfahrungen in Argentinien,” Der Ausweg, I (1935), p. 187.
“Die heutige wohlfahrtspflegerische Mission der Schweiz,” Gesundheit und Wohlfahrt, XV, No. 12 (Dec. 1935), pp. 513-522.
“Bekämpfung der Arbeitslosigkeit in den Vereinigten Staaten,” Gesundheit und Wohlfahrt, XVII (July 1937), pp. 1-7.
“Die Zukunft der privaten Wohlfahrtspflege in Amerika,” Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Gemeinnützigkeit, LXXVI, No. 7 (July 1937), pp. 177-179.
“Die amerikanische Nationale Konferenz für Wohlfahrtspflege,” Gesundheit und Wohlfahrt, XVII, No. 9 (Sept. 1937).
“A New Child Labor Law in Germany,” The Social Service Review (Univ. of Chicago), XII (Dec. 1938), pp. 702-704.
“Social Work in Germany,” News and Views (Univ. of Chicago), VII, No. 4 (May 1939), pp. 3-4.
“Correctional Education in Germany,” The Social Service Review, XIII (June 1939), pp. 200-220.
“The Buffalo Conference of Social Work, 1939,” News and Views, VII, No. 5 (Aug. 1939), pp. 4, 7-8.
“Social Work Under the Nazi Regime,” Social Work Today, VII, No. 2 (Nov. 1939), pp. 9-11.
“The Pre-Nazi Prison,” Bourne (Michigan City, IN), III, No. 3 (Oct. 1941), pp. 3-8.
“Die Haltung amerikanischer Kinder zum Kriege,” Gesundheit und Wohlfahrt, XXV, No. 4 (Apr. 1945), pp. 172ff.
“Die Säuglingshilfe in den Vereinigten Staaten und ihre Entwicklung am Ende des zweiten Weltkrieges,” Pro Juventute (Zurich), XXVII, No. 7/8 (July/Aug. 1946), pp. 250-254.
“UNRRA, die internationale Nothilfe der neuen Weltorganisation,” Gesundheit und Wohlfahrt, XXVI, No. 8 (Aug. 1946), pp. 428-434.
“Jugendstrafrecht in USA,” Pro Juventute (Zurich), XXVIII, No. 2 (Feb. 1947), pp. 50-54.
“Schulkinderfürsorge in USA,” Pro Juventute (Zurich), XXVII, No. 7/8 (July/Aug. 1947), pp. 275-280.
“Die Welt-Gesundheits-Organisation,” Gesundheit und Wohlfahrt, XXVII, No. 10 (Oct. 1947), pp. 366-371.
“Die Aufgaben des Internationalen Kinder-Notfonds,” Gesundheit und Wohlfahrt, XXVIII, No. 3 (Mar. 1948), pp. 87-93.
“Die internationale Konferenz für Sozialarbeit in Atlantic City,” Pro Juventute, XXIX, No. 9 (Sept. 1948), pp. 315-318.
“Entwicklungstendenzen der sozialen Arbeit in den Vereinigten Staaten von Nordamerika nach dem zweiten Weltkrieg,” Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Gemeinnützigkeit (Zurich), LXXXVII, No. 10 (Oct. 1948), pp. 256-260.
“Internationale Fragen der Gesundheitsfürsorge und fürsorgerischen Ausbildung,” Gesundheit und Wohlfahrt, XXIX, No. 4 (Apr. 1949), pp. 156-163.
“Some International Aspects of Social Work Education,” The Social Service Review (Chicago), XXIII, No. 2 (June 1949), pp. 204-210.
“Gewerkschaftsverträge und soziale Sicherheit,” Gesundheit und Wohlfahrt, XXX, No. 7 (July 1950), pp. 316-322.
“Reform des amerikanischen Social Security Act,” Gesundheit und Wohlfahrt, XXX, No. 11 (Nov. 1950), pp. 522-527.
“Das Stipendienwesen für Berufslehren in USA,” Pro Juventute (Zurich), XXXII, No. 7/8 (July/Aug. 1951), pp. 279-282.
“Familienfürsorge in Frankreich,” Soziale Arbeit (Berlin), I (Apr. 1952), pp. 297-301.
“Familienfürsorge in den Vereinigten Staaten von Amerika,” Neues Beginnen (Frankfurt/M), VII (July 1952), pp. 1-2.
“Coordination of Family Services in France,” The Social Service Review, XXVII, No. 1 (Mar. 1953), pp. 62-66.
“Auffangsgrenzen für Fürsorgeleistungen in USA,” Soziale Arbeit (Berlin), II, No. 6 (June 1953), pp. 241-245.
“The New Refugees in Germany: A Challenge to Social Work,” Social Work Journal (NY), XXXIX, No. 4 (Oct. 1953), pp. 157-161.
“Das neue Bundesministerium für Gesundheit, Erziehung, und Wohlfahrt in den USA,” Soziale Arbeit (Berlin), II, No. 11 (Nov. 1953), pp. 495-498.
“Freiwillige Krankenversicherung unter der Kaiser-Stiftung in Kalifornien,” Gesundheit und Wohlfahrt (Zurich), XXXIII, No. 11 (Nov. 1953), pp. 553-560.
“Grundfragen der amerikanischen Sozialarbeit,” Schweiz. Zeitschrift für Gemeinnützigkeit (Zurich), XCII, No. 11/12 (Nov./Dec. 1953).
“Local Cooperation and Initiative in the California East Bay Area.” Unpublished manuscript prepared for the International Conference of Social Work, Toronto, Canada, May 1954.
“Zur Reform der Fürsorgeerziehung,” Neues Beginnen (Bonn), IV, No. 4 (Apr. 1954), pp. 54-55.
“Grundfragen der amerikanischen Wohlfahrtsarbeit,” Mitteilungsblatt des Berliner Berufsverbands der Sozialarbeiter (Berlin), III, No. 3 (May 1954), pp. 4-5.
“Erfahrungen mit Ambulatorien in Amerika,” Schweizerische Krankenkassen-Zeitung (Solothurn), XLVI, No. 11 (1 June 1954), pp. 164-165.
“Fürsorgerische Mitwirkung bei der Behandlung chronisch Geisteskranker in USA,” Ausländische Sozialprobleme (Köln), IV, No. 7 and 8/9 (July and Aug./Sept. 1954), pp. 80-82, 89-99.
“Internationale Sozialkonferenz in Toronto,” Mitteilungsblatt des Berliner Berufsverbandes der Sozialarbeiter (Berlin), III, No. 5 (Oct. 1954), pp. 5-6.
“Ausbau der amerikanischen Sozialversicherung,” Neues Beginnen (Hannover), V, No. 10 (Oct. 1954), pp. 165-166.
“Der Ausbau der Sozialversicherung in den Vereinigten Staaten,” Soziale Arbeit (Berlin), III, No. 11 (Nov. 1954), pp. 494-496.
“Selbsthilfe in internationaler Beleuchtung,” Gesundheit und Wohlfahrt (Zurich), XXXV, No. 1 (Jan. 1955), pp. 40-42.
“Die Stellung des unehelichen Kindes in Amerika,” Juristische Rundschau (Berlin), No. 1 (Jan. 1955), pp. 13-14.
“Zur Entwickelung der amerikanischen Sozialpolitik,” Soziale Welt (Göttingen), V, No. 4 (Apr. 1955), pp. 336-339.
“Das Berufsbildungswesen in den Vereinigten Staaten,” Berufsberatung und Berufsausbildung (Zurich), No. 9/10 (Sept./Oct. 1955), pp. 235-241.
“Erfahrungen im sozialen Austauschprogramm,” Soziale Arbeit (Berlin), V, No. 1 (Jan. 1956), pp. 19-22.
“Beobachtungen auf amerikanischen Studienreisen,” Ausländische Sozialprobleme (Frankfurt/M), VI, No. 2 (Feb. 1956), pp. 21-23.
“Zum Problem der Krankenversicherung in den Vereinigten Staaten,” Zeitschrift für Präventivmedizin (Zurich), I, No. 6 (June 1956), pp. 249-255; also in Österreichische Ärztezeitung (Vienna), XI, No. 14 (Dec. 1956), pp. 801-805.
“Einrichtung einer Invalidenversicherung in den USA,” Soziale Arbeit, VI, No. 2 (Feb. 1957), pp. 59-62.
“Berufsschulwesen in den Vereinigten Staaten,” Recht der Jugend, V, No. 5 (Mar. 1957), pp. 75-76.
“Aufgaben und Zusammenarbeit der privaten und staatlichen Jugendhilfe in USA,” Pro Juventute, XXXVIII, No. 6 (June 1957), pp. 284-287.
“Neue Wege in der amerikanischen Gesundheitsfürsorge,” Zeitschrift für Präventivmedizin (Zurich), II, No. 11 (Nov. 1957), pp. 416-425.
“Ausbau der öffentlichen Familienfürsorge in USA,” Nachrichtendienst des deutschen Vereins für öffentliche und private Fürsorge (Frankfurt/M), XXXVIII, No. 2 (Feb. 1958), pp. 51-53.
“Zur Frage der Voraussagbarkeit des Bewährungserfolges,” Das Recht der Jugend (Neuwied a.Rh.), VI, No. 11 (June 1958), pp. 161-163.
“Wohlfahrtswesen und Gewerkschaften in den USA,” Gewerkschaftliche Monatshefte (Köln), IX (Sept. 1958), pp. 557-565.
“Familienfürsorge und Krankenpflege in USA,” Soziale Arbeit (Berlin), VIII, No. 1 (Jan. 1959), pp. 22-25.
“Changing Philosophy of Social Work,” in Proceedings of the Tri-University Conference of Graduate Schools of Social Work in Michigan. Detroit: Wayne State Univ., 1960, pp. 13-19.
“White House Conference on Children and Youth in USA,” Unsere Jugend (Munich), XII, No. 6 (June 1960), pp. 280-281.
“Sozialfürsorge und Sozialwissenschaft,” Kölnische Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie, XII, No. 4 (Fall 1960), pp. 622-637.
“Wandlung der Grundgedanken sozialer Arbeit mit besonderer Berücksichtigung der nordamerikanischen Verhältnisse,” Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Gemeinnützigkeit (Zurich), C, No. 1 (Jan. 1961), pp. 2-4.1
“Hauspflege in den USA,” Soziale Arbeit (Berlin), IX, No. 12 (Dec. 1960), pp. 528-531.
“Zum Wandel der Grundgedanken amerikanischer Sozialarbeit,” Soziale Arbeit, X, No. 1 (Jan. 1961), pp. 18-22.
“Zur Internationalen Konferenz der Sozialarbeit,” Recht der Jugend (Neuwied a.Rh.), IX, No. 15 (1 Aug. 1961), p. 236.
“Neue Wege der Ausbildung für die Sozialarbeit in Indien” (New Ways of Social Work Education in India) by K. N. George (Translation), Recht der Jugend, X, No. 7 (Apr. 1962), pp. 102-103.
“Zur Berufslage der amerikanischen Sozialarbeiter,” Soziale Arbeit (Berlin), XI, No. 4 (Apr. 1962), pp. 160-161.
“Gemeinschaftsplanung und Gemeinschaftsentwicklung in den USA,” Neues Beginnen (Bonn), No. 6 (June 1962), pp. 81-84.
“Helene Simons frühe Arbeiten über Sozialpolitik und Wohlfahrtspflege,” Neues Beginnen (Hannover), No. 9 (Sept. 1962), pp. 129-132.
“Neue Probleme im Jugendarbeitsschutz in USA,” Nachrichtendienst des Deutschen Vereins für öffentliche und private Fürsorge (Frankfurt/M), XLII, No. 11 (Nov. 1962), pp. 430-431.
“Probleme der Jugendfürsorge in afrikanischen Entwicklungsländern,” Recht der Jugend (Neuwied), X, No. 21 (1 Nov. 1962), pp. 321-324.
“Jugendliche Bänden in Amerika: ihre soziologische Rolle und Massnahmen der Fürsorge,” Nachrichtendienst des Deutschen Vereins für öffentliche und private Fürsorge (Frankfurt/M), XLII, No. 12 (Dec. 1962), pp. 505-507.
“Vorbeugende und heilende Massnahmen der Fürsorge für verwahrloste Jugend in den Vereinigten Staaten,” Nachrichtendienst des Deutschen Vereins für öffentliche und private Fürsorge (Frankfurt/M), XLII, No. 12 (Dec. 1962), pp. 507-509.
“Zur Krise der öffentlichen Wohlfahrtspflege in USA,” Soziale Arbeit (Berlin), XII, No. 5 (May 1963), pp. 200-204.
“Nochmals: Jugendfürsorge in afrikanischen Entwicklungsländern,” Recht der Jugend (Neuwied), XI, No. 15 (Aug. 1963), pp. 225-228.
“Gefahren des Überflusses,” Gewerkschaftliche Monatshefte (Cologne), XV, No. 2 (Feb. 1964), pp. 85-87.
“In Memoriam Hans Maier,” Neues Beginnen (Bonn), No. 4 (Apr. 1964), pp. 49-53.
“Die 91. amerikanische Wohlfahrtskonferenz in Los Angeles vom 13. bis 20. Mai 1964,” Nachrichtendienst des Deutschen Vereins für öffentliche und private Fürsorge (Frankfurt/M), XLIV, No. 8 (Aug. 1964), pp. 409-410.
“Gewerkschaftliche Organisation der Sozialarbeiter in den USA,” Gewerkschaftliche Monatshefte (Cologne), XVI, No. 4 (Apr. 1965), pp. 193-204.
"Recenti orientamenti della formazione per il servizio sociale negli Stati Uniti," La Rivista di Servizio Sociale, No. 4 (1965); translation of "Recent Trends in American Social Work Education."
“Armut in Amerika,” Gewerkschaftliche Monatshefte (Cologne), XVI, No. 9 (Sept. 1965), pp. 566-568.
“Krankenversicherung für die Alternde Bevölkerung in den USA,” Gewerkschaftliche Monatshefte (Cologne), XVI, No. 10 (Oct. 1965), pp. 631-632.
“Jugend im Konflikt mit der Gesellschaft,” Blätter der Wohlfahrtspflege (Stuttgart), No. 11 (Nov. 1965), pp. 330-331.
“Das amerikanische Krankenhaus-Versicherungsgesetz von 1965,” Nachrichtendienst des Deutschen Vereins für öffentliche und private Fürsorge (Frankfurt/M), XLV, No. 12 (Dec. 1965), pp. 409-410.
“Siegmund-Schultze als Gründer und Erster Direktor des Jugendamts Berlin und sein Einfluss auf das Reichsjugendwohlfahrtsgesetz,” in Lebendige Oekumen. Festschrift für Siegmund-Schultze zum 80. Geburtstag. Witten: Luther-Verlag, 1965, pp. 122-128.
“Neue amerikanische Sozialgesetzgebung,” Neues Beginnen (Bonn), XVII, No. 1 (Jan./Feb. 1966), pp. 18-20.
“Neue Methoden der Sozialausbildung in den US,” Recht der Jugend (Neuwied), XIV, No. 4 (Apr. 1966), pp. 85-88.
“Krankenversicherung für die älternde Bevölkerung in den USA,” Gesundheitspolitik (Berlin), VIII, No. 2 (1966), pp. 123-124.
“Correctional Rehabilitation Study Act of 1965,” Newsletter of the Criminology Section, American Sociological Association (NY), I, No. 1 (Spring 1966), pp. 6-7.
“The Federal Correctional Rehabilitation Study Act and Its Implications,” Pennsylvania Association on Probation, Parole and Correction Quarterly (Philadelphia), XXIV, No. 1 (Spring 1967), pp. 31-32.
“Allgemeine Prinzipien der Sozialarbeit,” Neues Beginnen (Bonn), XVIII, No. 2 (Apr. 1967), pp. 63-70.
“Der Kampf gegen die Armut in USA,” Soziale Arbeit (Berlin), XVII, No. 1 (Jan. 1967), pp. 14-22.
“Wandlungen im nordamerikanischen Jugendgericht,” Monatsschrift für Kriminologie und Strafrechtsreform (Cologne), LII, No. 5 (Aug. 1969), pp. 185-193.
“Reform der Fürsorgeerziehung: Eine alte und noch immer nicht erfüllte Forderung der Arbeiterwohlfahrt,” in Lotte Lemke. 50 Jahre Arbeiterwohlfahrt. Bonn: Arbeiterwohlfahrt, 1969, pp. 33-38.
“Zur Tragödie der amerikanischen Bergarbeiter-Gewerkschaft,” Gewerkschaftliche Monatshefte (Cologne), XXI, No. 7 (July 1970), p. 433.
“Labour Unions and Social Workers,” International Social Work (Bombay, India), XIII, No. 4 (1970), pp. 28ff.
“Begegnungen mit Marie Juchacz in der Emigration,” in Marie Juchacz. Gründerin der Arbeiterwohlfahrt. Leben und Werk. Bonn: Arbeiterwohlfahrt, 1979, pp. 137-142.
“Ein Nazi-Skandal in Wermelshausen,” Die Mahnung (Berlin), XXV, No. 5 (1 May 1980), p. 10.
“Dr. Hanna Grunwald-Eisfelder – 80 Jahre,” Theorie und Praxis der Sozialen Arbeit, No. 8 (Aug. 1980), p. 315.

Book reviews:
“Der Jugendhelfer,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, I, No. 2 (Oct. 1926), p. 56.
“Ernst Haase: Die Seelenverfassung der Jugendlichen,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, II, No. 3 (Feb. 1927), p. 95.
“Zur Frage der Berufsausbildung von Fürsorgezöglingen,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, II, No. 5 (Mar. 1927), pp. 159.
“Sparmöglichkeiten in der Jugendfürsorge und in der Gesundheitsfürsorge,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, II, No. 7 (Apr. 1927), p. 223.
“Jugendamt und Wohlfahrtsamt,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, III, No. 3 (Feb. 1928), pp. 31-32.
“Jugendgerichtshilfe,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, III, No. 3 (Feb. 1928), pp. 93-94.
“Die ausländischen Minderjährigen im deutschen Jugendrecht,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, III, No. 7 (Apr. 1928), p. 219.
“Die Pflegekinder-Anstalten der Rheinprovinz nach dem Stande des Jahres 1926,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, III, No. 16 (Aug. 1928), pp. 509.
“Der Fürsorgezögling,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, IV, No. 6 (Mar. 1929), p. 190.
“Wider das Jugendgericht,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, IV, No. 6 (Mar. 1929), p. 191.
“Deutsches Archiv für Jugendwohlfahrt: Die Probleme gesetzlichen Regelung der Rechtsstellung des unehelichen Kindes,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, IV, No. 11 (June 1929), pp. 350.
“Jugendrecht,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, IV, No. 11 (June 1929), p. 351.
“Bericht über die Verhandlungen des Hauptausschusses des Allgemeinen Fürsorgeerziehungstages in Würzburg,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, IV, No. 15 (Aug. 1929), p. 477.
“Grundriss der Kinder- und Jugendfürsorge,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, V, No. 15 (Aug. 1930), p. 480.
“Jahreskalender Mutter und Kind,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, VI, No. 1 (Jan. 1931), p. 30.
“Der Jugendliche in der Grosstadtfamilie,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, VI, No. 2 (Jan. 1931), p. 62.
“Enzyklopädisches Handbuch des Kinderschutzes und der Jugendfürsorge,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, VI, No. 2 (Jan. 1931), p. 63.
“Jahrbuch des Jugendrechts für das Jahr 1928 und 1929,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, VI, No. 4 (Feb. 1931), p. 124.
“Das Amt des Vormundes und Pflegers in Preussen mit Musterbeispielen nach den neuesten gesetzlchen Bestimmungen zusammengestellt,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, VI, No. 4 (Feb. 1931), p. 125.
“Leitfaden für Jugendschöffen,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, VI, No. 8 (Apr. 1931), p. 253.
“Das Problem der Schwererziehbaren in der Fürsorgeerziehung,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, VI, No. 19 (Oct. 1931), p. 607.
“Der Erziehungsgedanke im modernen Jugendrecht,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, VI, No. 20 (Oct. 1931), p. 639.
“Aus der Praxis der Erwerbslosenhilfe an Jugendlichen,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, VII, No. 6 (Mar. 1932), p. 190.
“Jugendliche als Zeugen,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, VII, No. 6 (Mar. 1932), p. 192.
“Jahrbuch des Jugendrechts Band III für das Jahr 1930,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, VII, No. 6 (Apr. 1932), pp. 254-255.
“Das soziale Schicksal der deutschen landwirtschaftlichen Wanderfamilien,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, VII, No. 9 (May 1932), p. 287.
“Templin, in Evangelische Jugendhilfe,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, VII, No. 18 (Sept. 1932), p. 574.
“Fürsorgeerziehung und Bewahrung,” Arbeiterwohlfahrt, VII, No. 18 (Sept. 1932), p. 575.
“The Displacement of Populations in Europe,” The Social Service Review, XVII (Dec. 1943), pp. 535-536.
“W.R.A.: A Story of Human Conversation,” The Social Service Review (Chicago), XXI, No. 4 (Dec. 1947), pp. 555-556.
“Postwar Germans: An Anthropologist’s Account, by David Rodnick,” The Social Service Review (Chicago), XXIII, No. 1 (Mar. 1949), pp. 125-127.
“Social Work As Human Relations,” Gesundheit und Wohlfahrt (Zurich), XXIX, No. 12 (Dec. 1949), pp. 577-578.
“International Exchange of Social Welfare Personnel and International Advisory Social Service,” Social Work Journal (NY), XXXI, No. 4 (Oct. 1950), pp. 186-187.
“The Challenge of Delinquency, by Negley K. Teeters and John Otto Reinemann,” Pro Juventute, XXXII, No. 10 (Oct. 1951), p. 376.
“Germany’s New Nazis,” The Social Service Review (Chicago), XXVII, No. 4 (Dec. 1953), pp. 455-456.
“American Society: Urban and Rural Patterns, by Edmund de S. Brunner and Wilbur circa Hallenbeck,” The Southwestern Social Science Quarterly, XXXVI, No. 2 (Sept. 1955), p. 208-209.
“Industrialization and Social Work. Proceedings of the Eighth Assembly of the International Conference of Social Work, Munich, 1956,” Social Casework, XXXVIII, No. 9 (Nov. 1957), pp. 493-494.
“Psychologische und methodische Grundlagen der Einzelfallhilfe,” Social Casework, XL, No. 5 (May 1959), pp. 282-283.
“Psychologische und methodische Grundlagen der Einzelfallhilfe, by Ruth Bang,” Social Problems (Bloomington, IN), VI, No. 4 (Spring 1959), pp. 373-374.
“Social Problems in America, by Harry circa Bredemeyer and Jackson Toby,” Kölnische Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie, XII, No. 4 (1960), pp. 750-752.
“Grundriss der öffentlichen Fürsorge, by Willy Eckelberg; Anstaltsfürsorge. Betreuung hilfsbedurftiger Menschen in geschlossenen Fürsorgeeinrichtungen, by Walter Schellhorn; Blindenrecht. Blindenhilfe, by Herbert Henstenberg,” Public Welfare (Chicago), XIX, No. 1 (Jan. 1961), pp. 39-40.
“A Report on Social Security Programs in the Soviet Union, by Charles I. Schottland et al,” Social Service Review (Univ. of Chicago), XXXV, No. 3 (Sept. 1961), pp. 354-357.
“Jugendarbeitsschutz, by Paul Seipp, Walter Becker, and Gerhard Potrykus,” Child Welfare (NY), XLI, No. 1 (Jan. 1962), p. 42.
“Praktische Jugendgerichtshilfe, by Hans Hartmann, Freiherr von Schlottheim, Hans Ullrich, and Helmuth Meng,” Social Service Review, XXXVI, No. 1 (Mar. 1962), pp. 98-99.
“Elternhaus und Schule: Ein Beitrag zur inneren Schulreform, by Kurt Diederich,” Social Casework (NY), XLIII, No. 6 (June 1962), pp. 81-84.
“Otto Bauer: Eine Auswahl aus seinem Lebenswerk, by Julius Braunthal,” The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Sciences (Philadelphia), CCCXLII (July 1962), p. 171.
“A Statement of Guiding Principles on Standards of the Compulsory Education and Child Labor Laws (of New York), by Gloria Bley,” Child Welfare (NY), XLI, No. 7 (Sept. 1962), pp. 324-325.
“Familien- und Jugendsoziologie, by Ulrich Baer; Jugend in Staat und Gesellschaft: Ein Beitrag zur politischen Bildungsarbeit, by Peter Roedl,” Social Problems (Spencer, IN), X, No. 2 (Fall 1962), pp. 198-199.
“Social Group Work: A Helping Process, by Gisela Konopka,” Unsere Jugend (Munich), XV, No. 6 (June 1963), pp. 284-285.
“Social Group Work: A Helping Process, by Gisela Konopka,” Soziale Welt (Dortmund), XV, No. 2 (1964), pp. 166-167.
“Seedtime of Reform: American Social Service and Social Action, 1918-1933, by Clarke A. Chambers,” Soziale Welt (Munster), XV, No. 3 (1964), pp. 268-269.
“Die helfende Beziehung als Grundlage der persönlichen Hilfe. Ein Wegweiser der Hilfe von Mensch zu Mensch, by Ruth Bang,” Neues Beginnen (Bonn/Cologne), No. 7 (July 1965), p. 108.
“Die soziale Sicherung des amerikanischen Bürgers, by Klaus Doberschütz,” Gewerkschaftliche Monatshefte (Cologne), XVII, No. 6 (June 1966), pp. 377-378.
“Der Aufstand of Ole Miss-Mississippi: The Closed Society, by James Silver,” Gewerkschaftliche Monatshefte (Cologne), XVII, No. 9 (Sept. 1966), p. 573.
“Jack M. Holl, Juvenile Reform in the Progressive Era: William R. George and the Junior Republic Movement,” The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Sciences, Vol. 403 (Sept. 1972), pp. 198-199.
“Edward Shorter, The Making of the Modern Family,” The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Sciences, Vol. 426 (July 1976), pp. 266.
“Irving Horowitz et al., Equity, Income and Policy: Comparative Studies in Three Worlds of Development,” Industrial and Labor Relations Review (Cornell Univ.), XXXII, No. 1 (Oct. 1978), pp. 118-119.
“Raymond G. Cowherd, Political Economics and the English Poor Laws: A Historical Study of the Influence of Classical Economics on Social Welfare Policy,” Social Work, XXIII, No. 5 (Sept. 1978), p. 425.
“Christa Hasenclever, Jugendhilfe und Jugendgesetzgebung seit 1900,” International Social Work, XXI, No. 2 (Oct. 1978), p. 52.
“Gisela Bleibtreu-Ehrenberg, Tabu: Homosexualität. Die Geschichte eines Vorurteils,” International Social Work, XXII, No. 2 (Summer 1979), p. 42.
“Arnold Rubin, Hitler und die Nazis: das Verbrechen, das Menschen begehen,” Die Mahnung (Berlin), 1 Oct. 1979, p. 5.
“Joseph J. Spengler, France Faces Depopulation in Postlude Edition, 1936-1976,” Social Work, XXV, No. 2 (Mar. 1980), p. 157.
“Achim von Loesch, Die Gemeinwirtschaftlichen Unternehmen der deutschen Gewerkschaften,” International Social Work, XXIII, No. 4 (Oct. 1978), p. 50.


Walter Friedländer
Scope and Content Note

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The Walter A. Friedländer (Friedlander) Papers consist of 45 archival boxes of materials, dating primarily from 1932 to 1984, with a small number of items dating from as early as 1914. The largest part (nearly two-thirds) of the collection is comprised of Friedländer's voluminous correspondence (30 boxes). The collection also contains biographical materials, manuscripts and publications by Friedländer, as well as course materials and materials pertaining to national and international social welfare conferences, publications by other scholars, and materials collected by Friedländer on topics of interest, particularly social welfare topics.

The collection is divided into nine series: 1) biographical materials; 2) correspondence; 3) manuscripts; 4) publications; 5) conference materials; 6) course and lecture materials; 7) offprints and publications by other scholars; 8) materials collected by Friedländer; and 9) diplomas.

The voluminous correspondence, dating primarily from 1932-1984, contains over 40,000 letters predominantly by and to Walter A. Friedländer. The major portion of the correspondence is professional in nature and includes correspondences with numerous prominent professionals in the fields of social work and social welfare, correspondence with social welfare organizations, government officials and politicians, and correspondence concerning publications by Friedländer.

Friedländer's publications are also well-represented in the collection with typescript and manuscript versions of many of his published writings, as well as published versions of his books and journal articles. Included in the collection of manuscripts and published works are many early articles (1926-1933), which were written by Friedländer during his years as Head of the Youth Welfare Commission in the Prenzlauer-Berg section of the city of Berlin, Germany.

Also noteworthy to the collection is the section containing materials pertaining to various conferences, predominantly on social work/welfare. Especially well-represented are the International Conferences on Social Work / Welfare (1937-1974), especially the Munich Conference of 1956.

In addition, the collection also contains a large number of supporting materials on topics in social work and social welfare, which Friedländer collected to support his research interests. These include offprints and publications by other scholars, course and lecture notes, and clipping/materials files on individuals or topics.


Walter Friedländer
Series Description

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Series 1: Biographical and documentary materials, 1929-1984. 49 file folders. Arranged chronologically.

This series contains autobiographical and biographical materials, including documents, curriculum vitae, appointment books, membership cards and awards, as well as documents concerning Friedländer's position at the Deutsche Zentrale für freie Jugendwohlfahrt in Berlin, as well as later teaching appointments at the University of Chicago, University of California, Berkeley, and Michigan State University. Included in the early documents from Berlin are his dismissal papers from the Deutsche Zentrale für freie Jugendwohlfahrt in 1933, documentation of his years in Switzerland and France, 1933-1936, affidavits and letters of support in preparation for his immigration to the U.S. in 1937. Also included in this series are several autobiographical statements, which document the development of social welfare and social welfare education in Germany and the United States.

Series 2: Correspondence files, 1918-1984. 3,383 folders. Arranged alphabetically within each of the first seven sub-series, and chronologically in sub-series eight.

The correspondence files contain over 40,000 items of correspondence, primarily from the years 1933-1984. The letters are in German, English and French and have been sub-divided into eight sub-series: 1) personal (family and friends); 2) professional; 3) correspondence with publishers and/or dealing with publications; 4) organizations; 5) politicians and public officials; 6) miscellaneous; 7) subject files; and 8) chronological files.

Series 3: Manuscripts/typescripts by Walter A. Friedländer, 1931-1984. 341 folders, arranged alphabetically.

This series contains typescripts and manuscripts of full-length works, including textbooks; typescripts and manuscripts of journal publications in German and in English; and typescripts and manuscripts of books reviewed by Friedländer. Versions of several of Friedländer's full-length works are present, including: Einführung in die soziale Wohlfahrt, Helene Simon, Individualism & Social Welfare, International Social Welfare, and Introduction to Social Welfare. Versions of many of Friedländer's German-language journal articles (184 folders), 1931-1984, include many articles dating from the 1930s dealing with topics and problems associated with Friedländer's experiences as Head of the Jugendamt in the Prenzlauer-Berg section of Berlin until 1933. Also present in this section are typescripts and manuscripts of journal articles written in English (49 folders), 1932-1979. The final section (62 folders) contains typescripts and manuscripts of book reviews by W.F. in both German and English.

Series 4: Publications by Walter A. Friedländer, 1926-1979. 155 folders, arranged chronologically.

The first section (18 folders) contains book-length publications and/or reviews of those publications. The second section contains offprints or clippings of journal and newspaper articles, in German and in English (138 folders) and dating from 1926-1979. Many articles date from the 1930s, are written in German, and deal with youth welfare topics.

Series 5: Conference Materials, 1936-1981. 64 folders, arranged chronologically.

Among the conferences represented are ten of the International Conferences of Social Work/Welfare, 1936-1974, as well as the Conference on the Law of the Poor, held in Berkeley, CA, 17-19 Feb. 1966 (18 folders; primarily texts of lectures).

Series 6: Course/lecture notes and materials / Student papers, 1936-1974. 43 folders.

Course/lecture notes (27 folders) are primarily from courses taught at the University of Chicago, the University of California, Berkeley and the University of Minnesota.

Series 7: Offprints and publications by other scholars. 152 folders, arranged alphabetically by author.

This section contains copies of offprints and publications sent to Friedländer by colleagues and friends.

Series 8: Miscellaneous materials. 276 folders, arranged in three sub-series.


Walter Friedländer
Box and Folder List

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Series 1: Biographical and documentary materials, 1929-1984

Box 1
Folder

(* = filed in oversize Box 46)

* University diploma, Berlin 1910.
* University diploma, Berlin 1910.
* University diploma, Berlin 1911.
* University diploma, Berlin 1911.
1. Deutsche Zentrale für freie Jugendwohlfahrt, Berlin. Agenda, minutes, publications, several items of correspondence, 1930-1931.
2. Deutsche Zentrale für freie Jugendwohlfahrt, Berlin. Agenda, minutes, publications, several items of correspondence, 1932.
3. Arbeiterwohlfahrt. Membership lists, 1933.
4. Correspondence re: Friedländer's dismissal from the Deutsche Zentrale für freie Jugendwohlfahrt, 1933.
5. Documents, Zurich, 1933-1934.
6. Curriculum vitae, list of publications, 1933-1936. Versions in German, French and English.
7. Emigré aid organizations, France, 1933-1935.
8. Studiengemeinschaft für die Probleme der deutschen Emigranten. Paris, 1934.
9. Medical statements, 1933-1934.231
10. Documents and correspondence, France, 1934-1936.
11. Affidavits and letters of support, 1933-1936.
12. Reichsanzeiger clipping, dated 3 Oct. 1938, listing former German citizens deprived of citizenship, including Walter, Lina and Dorothea Friedlaender.
13. University of Chicago. Appointment letters, faculty information forms, 1938-
1943.
14. Curriculum vitae, list of publications, 1936-1943.
15. University of California, Berkeley. Appointment letters, faculty information documents, 1944-1958, 1971.
16. Publication information, 1946-1964.
17. Curriculum vita, list of publications, circa 1950.
18. Curriculum vita, list of publications, 1958.
19. Emeritation from University of California, Berkeley, 1959. Announcements, clippings.
20. Michigan State University, School of Social Work, 1959. Announcements.
21. Research grant materials, 1957-1965.
22. Curriculum vita, list of publications, June 1963.
23. Curriculum vita, list of publications, 1965.
24. Curriculum vita, list of publications, 1966.
25. Curriculum vita, list of publications, 1967.
26. Appointment book, 1967.
27. Appointment book, 1969.
28. Appointment book, 1970.
29. Appointment book, 1971.
30. Appointment book, 1972.
31. Appointment book, 1975.
32. Appointment book, 1976.
33. List of publications, 1980.
34. Membership cards, certificates, 1949-1980.
35. Award certificates, 1971-1984.
36. Travel itineraries, etc., 1951-1974.
37. Address lists, membership lists, lists of correspondents, 1951-1974 and undated.
38. Newspaper clippings about Walter Friedländer, 1944-1979.
39. Lecture announcements, 1937-1984.
40. Tax documents, 1970.
41. Autobiographical statement: "Beitrag zur Entwicklung der Sozialpädagogik." Undated.
42. Autobiographical statement: "Einige Erinnerungen an die Entwicklung sozialer Perspektive in Deutschland nach dem ersten Weltkrieg." circa 1970.
43. Autobiographical statement: "Einige Erinnerungen (Familie & Verwandte)." Undated, after 1970.
44. Autobiographical statement, published in Pädagogik in Selbstdarstellungen. Ed. Ludwig J. Pongratz. Hamburg: Felix Meiner Verlag, 1976, pp. 58-80.
45. Feidel-Mertz, Hildegard. "Abschrift des Interviews mit Prof. Dr. Walter Friedländer, Oakland (USA), 28.9.1980."
46. Harvey, Liz. "Walter Friedländer and social democratic reforms in youth welfare in Weimar Germany." Dated Nov. 1984.
47. Friedländer, Lina. Ausweis-Karte, 1929.
48. Friedländer, Lina. Financial documents, bank books, 1959-1976.
49. Friedländer, Lina. Last will and testament, death certificate (June 16, 1977).


Walter Friedländer
Box and Folder List

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Series 2: Correspondence
Sub-series 1: Correspondence with family members and life-long friends

Box 2
Folder

1. Alexander, Max, 1934-1981.
      Alexander, Käthe
      Alexander, Nathalie
      Alexander, Joan
2. Alfen, Ilse (Illa), 1953-1959.
      Alfen, Christiane see also Rubens, Christiane
3. Avneri, Werner, 1954-1984.
      Avneri, Ruth
4. Avneri (Lichtenstein), Zvi (Hans), 1938-1974.
      Avneri, Berta
5. Bamberg, Jane, 1952-1962.
6. Benisch, Renate, 1940-1963.
7. Bergmann, Bruno, 1933-1949.
8. Bergmann, Lilo, 1964.
9. Bergmann, Walter, 1964.
10. Berndt, Erich, 1935-1955.
      Berndt, Irma
11. Berndt, Erich, 1956-1972.
      Berndt, Irma
12. Berndt, Irma, 1973-1978.
13. Berndt, Irma, 1979-1983.
      Berndt, Hans
14. Berndt, Hedwig, 1939, 1941.
15. Berndt, Kurt. Photo with Lotte Lehmann, May 1950.
16. Bernhard, Ursula, 1977-1980.
      Bernhard, Heinz
17. Bloch(-Orsech), Emmy, 1935, 1941, 1973-1975.
18. Bloch, Ernst, 1944-1963.
19. Brün, Heinz (Hanan), 1939, 1955-1983.
      Brün, Maresi.`
20. Brün, Paul, 1934-1970.
      Brün, Käte.
      Photo, 1961.
21. Brün, Käte, 1970-1977.
22. Chabor, Mowra, 1974-1984.
23. Christ, Ulrike Wegener, 1961-1983.
24. Cohn, Herta, 1965.
25. Cohn, Walter, 1955-1976.
      Cohn, Gerda
26. Cohn, Gerda, 1977-1984.
27. Colm, Charles (Karl), 1948-1963.
      Colm, Catherine (Kitty).
28. Colm, Charles, 1964-1977.
      Colm, Catherine (Kitty).
29. Colm, Charles, 1978-1984.
      Colm, Catherine (Kitty).
30. Danziger, Harry, 1935.
      Danziger, Ida, 1935.
* de Berndt, Irma see Berndt, Erich
31. Dresel, Alfred S., 1955-1984.
      Dresel, Charlotte (Lotte)
32. Dresel, Erich, 1935-1950.
      Dresel, Gertrud, 1954-1978.
33. Fleischmann, Perez (Petja), 1957-1980.
      Fleischmann, Lotte.
34. Fleischmann, Perez, 1981-1984.
      Fleischmann, Lotte.
35. Fleischmann, Noreen, 1974-1975.
36. Fleischmann, Simon, 1947-1952.
      Fleischmann, Martha.
37. Franken (Frankenstein), Henry (Heinz), 1937-1965.
      Franken, Gabriele, 1937-1981.
38. Frankenstein, Selma, 1933-1941.
      Weinstock, Anna.
39. Frankenstein, Sophie (Tante Fuschchen),1938-1955.
40. Franklin, H. M. (Billie), 1979-1981.
41. Franklin, Irma, 1957-1980.
42. Freyer, Leo, 1936-1984.
      Freyer, Eva.
43. Friedlander, A.P.D., 1980.
44. Friedlaender, Else, 1937-1941.
45. Friedländer (née Lichtenstein), Ernestine, 1933.
46. Friedländer, Fritz, 1962-1975.
      Friedländer, Irma.
47. Friedländer, Fritz, 1976-1978.
      Friedländer, Irma.
48. Friedländer, Fritz, 1979-1980.
      Friedländer, Irma.
49. Friedländer, Irma, 1980-1984.

Box 3
Folder

50. Friedländer, Lina, 1920, 1933-1940.
51. Friedländer, Lina, 1941-1946.
52. Friedländer, Lina, 1951-1971.
53. Friedlaender, Martha, 1938.
54. Friedlander, Morris, 1968-1979.
55. Friedlander, Morris, 1980-1984.
56. Friedlaender, Sigmund, 1934.
57. Friedman, Al, 1970.
58. Friedman, Annette, 1944-1966.
59. Friedman, Annette, 1967-1972.
60. Friedman, Annette, 1973-1974.
61. Friedman, Annette, 1975-1976.
62. Friedman, Annette, 1977.
63. Friedman, Annette, 1978.
64. Friedman, Annette, 1979.
65. Friedman, Annette, 1980.
66. Friedman, Annette, 1981.
67. Friedman, Annette, 1982.
68. Friedman, Annette, 1983.
69. Friedman, Annette, 1984.
70. Grebler, Anne Marie, 1933, 1937-1959.
      Grebler, Leo.
71. Grebler, Anne Marie, 1960-1975.
      Grebler, Leo.
72. Grebler, Anne Marie, 1976-1984.
      Grebler, Leo.
73. Gruner, Isa, 1948-1963.
74. Gruner, Isa, 1969-1979.
75. Gruner, Isa, 1980-1984.
76. Gutmann, Lotte, 1947-1982.
77. Haase, Ernst, 1933-1939.
      Haase, Hanni.
78. Hasse, Ernst. Affidavits of support, 1938.
      Haase, Hanni.
79. Haase, Ernst, 1940-1946.
      Haase, Hanni.
80. Haase, Ernst, 1947-1950.
      Haase, Hanni.
81. Haase, Ernst, 1951-1961.
      Haase, Hanni.
82. Haase, Hanni, 1961-1981.
* Haase, Florence, see Lange, Florence
83. Haase, Gerhard, 1933-1973.
84. Haase, Gertrud, 1973.
85. Haase, Hans, 1973.
86. Haase, Hilde, 1984.
87. Haase, Lillian, 1958-1983.
      Haase, Frank.
88. Haase, Mario, 1941-1966.
89. Haase, Selly, 1938-1939, undated.
      Haase, Meta.
90. Haase, Thea, 1933-1936.
91. Haase-Dubosc, Arnold, 1954-1977.
      Haase-Dubosc, Jacqueline.

Box 4
Folder

92. Hackel, Hedwig (Omi), 1944-1964.
93. Hackel, Nora, 1934-1964.
94. Hackel, Nora, 1965-1983.
      See also Welter, Marianne.
95. Harvey, Dora, 1957-1978.
96. Harvey, Julia, 1944-1962.
      Photo, 1961
97. Harvey, Julia, 1963-1982.
98. Harvey-Sachs, Frida, 1963-1969.
99. Hegetschweiler, Max, 1954-1984.
      Hegetschweiler, Mutz.
100. Heider, Werner, 1934-1949.
      Heider, Hanna.
101. Heider, Werner, 1951-1975.
      Heider, Hanna.
102. Heider, Werner, 1976-1984.
103. Herford, Julius, 1948-1981.
      Herford, Hanna, 1948-1983.
104. Iona, Elizabeth, 1939-1969.
105. Iona, Mario, 1918-1926.
      Iona, Dorothee.
106. Iona, Mario, 1932-1959.
      Iona, Dorothee.
107. Iona, Dorothee, 1963-1969.
108. Iona, Mario, Jr., 1944-1984.
      Iona, Nancy.
109. Isabar, Dan, 1970.
110. Jerosch, Dietrich, 1933-1950.
      Jerosch, Trude, 1933-1969.
111. Kägi, Paul, 1933-1935.
      Kägi-Fuchsmann, Regina.
112. Kägi, Paul, 1936-1956.
      Kägi-Fuchsmann, Regina.
113. Kägi, Paul, 1957-1964.
      Kägi-Fuchsmann, Regina.
114. Kägi-Fuchsmann, Regina, 1964-1972.
115. Kägi, Ruedi, 1982.
116. Kägi, Ulrich, 1956, 1980-1983.
117. Kempner, Robert M. W., 1936-1964.
      Kempner, Benedicta Maria Ruth.
118. Kempner, Robert M. W., 1965-1975.
      Kempner, Benedicta Maria Ruth.
119. Kempner, Robert M. W., 1976-1979.
      Kempner, Benedicta Maria Ruth.
120. Kempner, Robert M. W., 1980-1984.
      Kempner, Benedicta Maria Ruth, 1980-1982.
121. Kollwitz, Hans, 1959-1969.
122. Lange, Florence (Haase), 1963-1978
      Lange, Klaus.
123. Lange, Florence, 1979-1984.
      Lange, Klaus.
124. Leonhardt, Hedwig, 1952-1962.
* Lehmann, Lotte see Berndt, Kurt
125. Leshem, Perez, 1966-1984.
      Leshem, Hava.
126. Lewis, Bernard, 1969-1984.
      Lewis, Julie.
127. Lewis, Elisabeth, 1953-1984.
      Lewis, Sydney.
128. Lewis, Monica (Sister), 1981.
129. Lichtenstein, Bernard, 1933-1938.
130. Lichtenstein, Charles (Karl), 1976-1983.
      Lichtenstein, Vivianne.
131. Lichtenstein, (Tante) Ella, 1934-1952.
132. Lichtenstein, Erwin, 1948-1973.
      Lichtenstein, Lotte.
133. Lichtenstein, Erwin, 1974-1984.
      Lichtenstein, Lotte.
134. Lichtenstein, Fritz, 1962-1973.
135. Lichtenstein, Hans, 1972-1984.
136. Lichtenstein, Heinz, 1937-1954.
137. Lichtenstein, Heinz, 1955-1977.
138. Lichtenstein, Heinz, 1978-1984.

Box 5
Folder

139. Lichtenstein, Julius, 1933-1954.
      Lichtenstein, Elizabeth.
140. Lichtenstein, Julius, 1955-1973.
      Lichtenstein, Elizabeth, 1955-1980.
141. Lichtenstein, Kurt, 1962-1978.
      Lichtenstein, Susi.
142. Lichtenstein, Mally, 1935-1963.
      Lichtenstein, Louis.
143. Lichtenstein, Mally, 1964-1973.
      Lichternstein, Louis.
144. Lichtenstein, Mally, 1974-1979.
      Lichternstein, Louis.
145. Lichtenstein, Mally, 1980-1984.
      Lichtenstein, Louis.
146. Lichtenstein, Paula, 1933-1978.
      Lichtenstein, Ruth.
147. Liebknecht, Robert, 1934-1964.
      Liebknecht, Herthi.
148. Liebknecht, Robert, 1965-1984.
      Liebknecht, Herthi.
149. Löwenstein, Kurt, 1934.
150. Löwenstein, Mara, 1935-1944.
      Löwenstein, Dyno.
151. Löwenstein, Mara, 1945-1962.
      Löwenstein, Dyno.
      Photos, Steven Löwenstein.
152. Löwenstein, Dyno, 1973-1983.
153. Loewy, Else Sara, 1940.
154. Lüchinger, Adolf, 1939-1974.
      Lüchinger, Elisabeth.
155. Lüchinger, Adolf, 1975-1978.
      Lüchinger, Elisabeth.
156. Lüchinger, Adolf, 1979-1981.
      Lüchinger, Elisabeth.
157. Lüchinger, Adolf, 1982-1984.
      Lüchinger, Elisabeth.
158. Lüchinger, August, 1937-1939.
      Lüchinger, Berti, 1971-1983.
* Lüchinger, Ursula see Häfelin, Ursula
159. Mai, Kate, 1940.
      Mai, Ernst, 1941.
160. Mandelstam, Zalkin, 1953-1982.
      Mandelstam, Ursula (Ulla).
161. Mattheus, Friedel, 1934-1955.
      Mattheus, Peter.
162. Mattheus, Friedel, 1957-1970.
163. Meisels, Hilde, 1935-1962.
      Meisels, Hardi.
164. Meisels, Hilde, 1963-1970.
      Meisels, Hardi.
      Meisels, Hertha.
165. Meisels, Hilde, 1970-1975.
166. Meisels, Hilde, 1976-1979.
167. Meisels, Hilde, 1980-1984.
168. Melon, Germaine Frankl, 1951-1958.
169. Mindlin, Albert, 1950-1982.
170. Mindlin, Dorothee Friedländer, 1933-1944.
      P      hotos.
171. Mindlin, Dorothee Friedländer, 1945-1955.
      Photos.
172. Mindlin, Dorothee Friedländer, 1956-1966.
      Photos.
173. Mindlin, Dorothee Friedländer, 1967-1970.
174. Mindlin, Marcel, 1962-1980.
175. Mindlin, Melanie, 1968-1980.
176. Morgan, Edith, 1964-1984.
177. Natanson (Nathansohn), Hans, 1935-1947, 1952.
178. Peters, Eva, 1964-1972.
179. Philips, Lotte, 1919-1920.
180. Philips, Lotte, 1952-1977.
181. Philips, Lotte, 1977-1981.
182. Philips, Lotte, 1982-1984.
183. Philips, W. Klaus, 1967-1982.
      Philips, Ursula.
184. Philips, Claudia, 1972-1980.
185. Plotz, Richard, 1972.
186. Propp, Hélène (Lene), 1933-1957.
      Propp, Benno.
187. Reed, Hella, 1939-1974.
      Reed, Frank.

Box 6
Folder

188. Rosenbaum (-Kerbs), Marta, 1934-1940.
189. Rosenstein, Albert, 1947-1984.
      Rosenstein, Mary.
* Rosenstein, Werner A. & Gertrude see Ross, Walter & Trude
190. Ross, Walter, 1939-1971.
      Ross, Trude.
191. Ross, Steven, 1954-1971.
192. Rubens, Christiane (Alfen), 1957-1969.
193. Rubens, Christiane, 1970-1975.
194. Rubens, Christiane, 1976-1980.
195. Rubens, Christiane, 1981-1984.
196. Rubens, Peter, 1962, undated.
197. Rubens, Sibylle, 1974-1984.
198. Sachs, Erich, 1938-1974.
      Sachs, Hannah.
      Sachs, Yoa, 1984.
199. Sachs, Reynold, 1965.
200. Sachs, Rudolf, 1937-1982.
201. Sachs, Walter, 1957-1970.
202. Sandes, Margaret, 1977.
203. Schlesinger, Hanni, 1958-1984.
204. Schlesinger, Martin, 1950-1958.
      Schlesinger, Katja.
205. Schonfeld, Margarete (Gretel), 1945-1969, 1982.
      Schonfeld, Arthur.
206. Schreter, Zygmunt, 1936-1977.
207. Schrott-Fiechtl, Elsa Eisgruber, 1964-1968.
208. Schwarz, Adele, 1933-1940.
      Beck, Arthur.
209. Siegel, Hans, 1933-1974.
      Siegel, Käte.
210. Siegel, Hans, 1975-1979.
      Siegel, Käte.
211. Siegel, Hans, 1980-1984.
      Siegel, Käte.
      Yagil, Uri, 1984.
212. Snapir, Yael, 1965-1978.
      Snapir, Nachum.
213. Snapir, Yael, 1979-1984.
      Snapir, Nachum.
214. Snowman, Ruth, 1936-1942.
215. Sober, Mira, 1964-1974.
216. Sober, Mira, 1975-1978.
217. Sober, Mira, 1979-1981.
218. Sober, Mira, 1982-1984.
219. Stave, Doris (Dore), 1933-1934, 1969-1977.
      Photos.
220. Stave, Doris, 1978-1980.
221. Stave, Doris, 1981-1982.
222. Stave, Doris, 1983-1984.
223. Strauss, Margaret (Lotte), 1933-1947.
      Strauss, Siegmund.
224. Strauss, Peter Hellmut, 1939, 1949.
225. Tacke, Katharine (Käte) Jürgens, 1949-1964.
      Tacke, Eberhard.
226. Tucholski, Herbert, 1935-1984.
227. Tyler, Mary Y., 1948-1974.
228. Walcher, Jakob, 1941.
229. Wallburg, Martha (Martel, Mäusi), 1951-1960.
      Wallburg, Dagi.
      Nathansohn, Hans Gerhard
230. Wegener, Hans, 1961-1965.
      Wegener, Annaluise (Moll).
231. Wegener, Hans, 1966-1984.
      Wegener, Annaluise.
232. Wegener, Susanne (Saune), 1960-1972.
* Wegener, Ulrike see Christ, Ulrike.
233. Weinstock, Anna, 1919, 1933-1950.
      See also Frankenstein, Selma.
      Weinstock, Irma.
234. Weinstock, Anna, 1951-1964.
      Weinstock, Irma.
235. Weinstock, Anna, 1965-1974.
      Weinstock, Irma.
236. Weinstock, Irma, 1948-1976.
237. Welter, Marianne, 1934-1957.
      Hackel, Nora.
238. Welter, Marianne. Restitution files, 1954-1962.
      Hackel, Nora.
239. Welter, Marianne, 1958-1984.
240. Wieghardt, Paul, 1935-1969.
      Wieghardt, Nelli Bar, 1935-1984.
241. Wolberg, Irene, 1936-1977.
242. Wolberg, Irene, 1978-1981.
243. Wolberg, Irene, 1982-1984.
244. Wolff, Marion, 1974.
245. Zückler, Dagmar (Dagi), 1960-1964.
246. Zückler, Margarete, 1953.


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Series 2: Correspondence
Sub-series 2a: Professional correspondence (selection based on volume or relative importance)

Box 7
Folder

1. Abbott, Edith, 1938-1957 (see also Biographical files, Univ. of Chicago)
2. Abbott, Grace (incl. the Grace Abbott Memorial Fund), 1935-1941.
3. Ackerknecht, Lucy K., 1960-1978.
      Ackerknecht, Ellen
4. Aghib-Melvyn, Carla, 1954-1955, 1976-1984.
5. Aldridge, Gordon J., 1959-1984.
      Aldridge, Gladys
      Aldridge, Ronald
6. Apt, Robert Z. (Bob), 1960-1983.
      Apt, Evelyn
7. Aschenbrenner, Hedwig (Hete), 1945-1970, 1977.
      Aschenbrenner, Michael
      Photo, 1947.
8. Aufhäuser, Siegfried, 1933, 1958, 1963.
      Aufhäuser, Anna.
      See also Helene Simon.
9. Averbuck, David S., 1978-1983.
10. Baan, P. A. H., 1957-1980.
11. Bäuerle, Wolfgang, 1967-1982.
12. Balabanoff, Angelica, 1936-1961.
13. Bamberg, Renate von, 1970-1983.
14. Barth, Renée Schickele (Ate), 1941-1984.
      Barth, Walter
      See also Flake, Minna; Gatlin-Barth, Barbara
15. Bauer, Jeanne (Ehaus), 1947-1983.
16. Bauer, Rudolph, 1980-1984.
17. Baumgartner, Judith P., 1960-1962, 1982.
18. Becker, Dorothy (Mrs. William F.; Selfhelp Home for the Aged), 1944-1982.
19. Beerli, M. (Comité suisse d'aide aux enfants d'émigrés), 1935-1939.
20. Beese, Hertha, 1952-1979.
21. Beese, Hertha, 1980-1984.
22. Bisno, Herbert, 1951-1983.
      Bisno, Ziona
23. Blackey, Eileen, 1953-1979.
24. Bleibtreu-Ehrenburg, Gisela, 1967-1984.
25. Blencke, Erna Elizabeth, 1945, 1976-1984.
26. Bloch, Charles, 1975-1982.
27. Blumer, Herbert, 1961-1977.
      Blumer, Marcia
28. Bode, Elfriede, 1973-1983.
29. Bondy, Curt, 1942-1971.
30. Borchardt, Friedrich (Frederick) W. (National Coordinating Committee for Aid to Refugees and Emigrants Coming from Germany), 1937-1942.
31. Brand, Martha, 1975-1984.
32. Brandecker, Ferdinand, 1976-1982.
33. Branscombe, Martha, 1946-1983.
34. Breckinridge, Sophonisba, 1937-1943.
35. Bruck, Max, 1960-1982.
      Bruck, Emily.
36. Caemmerer, Dora von, 1952-1984.
37. Cahn, Leni, 1933-1953.
38. Calkins, Kenneth R. (Hugo Haase biography), 1964-1974.
39. Calkins, Kenneth R., 1975-1982.
40. Carter, Genevieve W., 1956-1984.
      See also Concepts and Methods of Social Work, 1958-1963.
41. Caspari, John, 1956-1983.
      Caspari, Elizabeth.
42. Chernin, Milton, 1945-1977.
43. Cohen, Eva, 1934-1970.
44. Cohen, Albert, 1960-1984.
      Cohen, Natalie.
45. Corte, Erna, 1949-1974.

Box 8
Folder

46. Coser, Lewis A., 1971-1983.
      Coser, Rose.
47. Davidson, Cecilia Razovsky (National Coordinating Committee For Aid to Refugees and Emigrants Coming From Germany),1935-1966.
48. DeAntonio, Madeline, 1955-1962.
      Family photos.
49. DeAntonio, Madeline, 1963-1978.
50. DeAntonio, Madeline, 1979-1984.
51. deJongh, Jan F., 1949-1983.
52. Dessau, Dorothy, 1959-1972.
53. Dessau, Dorothy, 1973-1979.
54. DeVos, George, 1959-1974.
      DeVos, Winifred (Winnie), 1959-1984.
* Ehrenburg, Gisela see Bleibtreu-Ehrenburg, Gisela
55. Eynern, Kurt von, 1968-1984.
56. Ezra, Judy, 1961-1983.
57. Fabian, Ewald, 1941.
58. Fabian, Walter (Gewerkschaftliche Monatshefte), 1937-1964.
      Fabian, Ruth Aris
59. Fabian, Walter, 1965-1983.
      Fabian, Anne-Marie
60. Fabian, Ruth, 1970-1980.
61. Felgentreu, Hildegard, 1950-1983.
62. Fenichel, Clare (Cläre), 1935-1983.
      Fenichel, Hanna.
63. Filloy, Beverlee, 1948-1973.
      Filloy, José.
      Filloy, Emily.
      Filloy, Richard.
64. Filloy, Beverlee, 1974-1984.
      Filloy, José.
65. Fischer, Ruth, 1933-1955.
66. Flake, Minna (Minke), 1933-1957.
      See also Barth, Renee (Ate).
67. Flechtheim, Ossip K., 1957-1973.
F      lechtheim, Lillian.
      Flechtheim, Marion Ruth.
68. Flechtheim, Ossip K., 1974-1983.
      Flechtheim, Lillian.
69. Florea, Aurelia (La Rivista di Servizio Sociale), 1974-1983.
      See also La Rivista di Servizio Sociale.
70. Foertsch, Ursula, 1953-1979.
71. Fogg, Helen (Unitarian Service Committee), 1952-1963.
72. Foss (Fuchs), Hilde, 1937-1950.
      Foss (Fuchs), Martin.
73. Fraenkel, Ernst, 1939-1975.
      Fraenkel, Hanna.
      Fraenkel, Hilde, 1935; see also Tillich, Paul.
74. Franck, James, 1945-1963.
75. Francke, Herbert, 1933-1947.
76. Francke, Maria, 1947-1984.
      Francke, Gerda.
77. Frank, Ludwig, 1933-1966.
      Frank-Hämig, Emma H.
78. Frankenstein, Carl, 1957-1977.
79. Frankenstein, Carl, 1978-1984.
80. Frankenthal, Käthe, 1937-1973.
81. Freeman, Ruth circa (Weiland), 1933-1980.
      Freeman, John.
82. Fricke, Elisabeth, 1955-1967.
83. Fricke, Elisabeth, 1971-1976.
84. Fricke, Elisabeth, 1977-1984.
85. Froistad, Wilmer, 1946-1978.
      Froistad, Esther.
* Fuchs, Hilde see Foss, Hilde.
* Fuchs, Martin see Foss, Martin.
86. Gallisdorfer, Jack, 1970-1984.
      Gallisdorfer, Norrine.

Box 9
Folder

87. Gatlin-Barth, Barbara, 1959-1974.
88. George, Alfred Korach, 1935-1953.
      George, Kate.
89. George, Alfred Korach, 1954-1978.
      Gasser, F., 1978-1979.
* Gilbert, Kay R. see Grossmann, Kurt Richard.
* Ginn, Rose see Lee, Rose Hum
90. Goldacker, Elfriede, 1951-1984.
91. Goldberg, Walter A. (Abe), 1939-1958.
      Goldberg, Ruth.
92. Gonzenbach, Walther von (Gesundheit und Wohlfahrt), 1933-1955.
93. Gottschalk, Arthur, 1911, 1933-1950.
      Gottschalk, Aenne.
      Photos.
94. Gottschalk, Arthur, 1951-1964.
      Gottschalk, Jolanda.
95. Gottschalk, Jolanda, 1965-1984.
96. Gottschalk, Michael, 1965-1983.
      Gottschalk-Aschenbrenner, Gabriele.
97. Gottschalk, Shimon (Steven), 1969-1978.
      Gottschalk, Elizabeth.
98. Gray, Marjorie, 1959-1984.
99. Greenwood, Ernest, 1963-1984.
      Greenwood, Genevieve.
100. Grossmann, Kurt Richard (Kay R. Gilbert), 1937-1971.
      Grossmann, Eva.
101. Haas, Adam, 1937-1965.
      Haas, Magdalena (Lena).
102. Haas, Magdalena (Lena), 1966-1981.
103. Haas, Magdalena (Lena), 1982-1984.
104. Haas, Harriet, 1948-1981.
105. Haas, Paula, 1951-1974.
106. Hackbarth, Dorothy (UNESCO), 1971-1984.
      See also UNESCO.
107. Hamburger, Ernest, 1966-1972.
108. Hamburger, Ernest, 1973.
109. Hamburger, Ernest, 1974.
110. Hamburger, Ernest, 1975.
111. Hamburger, Ernest, 1976.
112. Hamburger, Ernest, 1977-1980.
113. Handel, Alexander F., 1940-1979.
      Handel, Marge.
114. Harms, Bruno, 1951-1966.
      Harms, Elisabeth, 1951-1969.
115. Harmuth (Heintze), Ilse, 1937-1984.
      Harmuth, Karl.
      Heintze, Hilde.
116. Harnack, Elisabet von, 1950-1976.
      See also Helene Simon.
117. Hasenclever, Christa, 1961-1972.
      See also Helene Simon.
118. Hasenclever, Christa, 1973-1977.
119. Hasenclever, Christa, 1978-1980.
120. Hasenclever, Christa, 1981-1984.
* Heintze, Ilse see Harmuth, Ilse
121. Heintze, York, 1953.
122. Heintze-Stellbaum, Valeska, 1948-1964.
* Hensel, Ilse Lix see Vetterli, Lix
123. Hermberg, Annemarie, 1942-1983.
      Hermberg, Paul.
124. Hertz, Anne (Aenne), 1949-1973.
125. Hertz, Paul, 1938-1958.
      Hertz, Hanna, 1961-1972.
126. Hess, Gertrude, 1969-1984.

Box 10
Folder

127. Hill, Ellen B., 1964-1983.
128. Hillman, Arthur, 1939-1955.
      Hillman, Stina.
129. Hillman, Arthur, 1957-1963.
      Hillman, Terri.
130. Hillman, Arthur, 1964-1974.
      Hillman, Terri.
131. Hillman, Arthur, 1975-1984.
      See also Society for the Study of Social Problems
      Hillman, Terri.
132. Hinkelmann, Fritz, 1958-1974.
      Hinkelmann, Charlotte, 1974-1981.
      Hinkelmann, Maja.
133. Hirsch, Fritz, 1976-1982.
      Hirsch, Charlotte, 1982-1983.
134. Hirschfeld, Dorothea, 1952-1966.
135. Hobbs, Rebecca, 1952-1984.
      Hobbs, Urby.
      Hobbs, Joan.
136. Hönigsheim, Ruth, 1936-1969.
137. Holland, Ira, 1945-1979.
      Holland, Beverly, 1950-1984.
138. Jacoby, Henry, 1981-1984.
139. Jenne, Michael, 1961-1984.
      See also Helene Simon.
140. Jeserska (Thomas), Fanja, 1935-1945.
141. Jones, Robert circa, 1940-1969.
142. Jones, Robert circa, 1970-1984.
      See also Society for the Study of Social Problems
143. Juchacz, Marie, 1942-1955.
144. Kautsky, Karl, 1934-1977.
      Kautsky, Charlotte (Lotte), 1978-1982.
145. Kay, Ella, 1947-1959.
146. Kay, Ella, 1960-1972.
147. Kay, Ella, 1973-1979.
148. Kay, Ella, 1980-1984.
149. Kendall, Katherine A., 1953-1983.
150. Kisch, Herbert, 1960-1977.
      Kisch, Clara, 1960-1984.
151. Knilli, Monika, 1974-1984.
152. König, René, 1957-1968.
153. König, René, 1969-1984.
154. Köster, Hilde (Richter), 1957-1970.
155. Köster, Hilde, 1971-1978.
156. Köster, Hilde, 1979-1984.
      Köster, Geert.
157. Kohs, Sam circa, 1958-1977.
158. Kondruß, Wolfgang, 1976-1978.
159. Kondruß, Wolfgang, 1979.
160. Kondruß, Wolfgang, 1980.
161. Kondruß, Wolfgang, 1981.
162. Kondruß, Wolfgang, 1982-1984.

Box 11
Folder

163. Konopka, Gisela (Gisa), 1960-1966.
      See also Concepts and Methods of Social Work, 1958-1963.
      Konopka, Paul.
164. Konopka, Gisela (Gisa), 1967-1976.
      Konopka, Paul.
165. Konopka, Gisela (Gisa), 1977-1980.
166. Konopka, Gisela (Gisa), 1981-1984.
167. Korbmacher, Willy, 1936-1977.
168. Kraus, Hertha, 1933-1971.
      See also Munich Conference, 1956.
169. Lamla, Ernst, 1933, 1955-1984.
      Lamla, Henriette.
      Lamla, Ingrid, 1982-1983.
170. Lang, Joseph (Jola), 1941-1963.
      Lang, Erna, 1941-1978.
171. Lange, Hertha, 1946-1976.
172. Lange, Kurt, 1952-1978.
      Lange, Agnes.
173. Lange, Anna Margarete (Grit), 1947-1966.
      Lange, Friedrich (Friedel).
174. Lange, Anna Margarete (Grit), 1967-1980.
      Lange, Friedrich (Friedel).
175. Lee, Gennie, 1970-1978.
176. Lee, Gennie, 1979-1982.
177. Lee, Rose Hum (Ginn), 1949-1964.
178. Leibfried, Stephan, 1977-1980.
179. Leibfried, Stephan, 1981.
180. Leibfried, Stephan, 1982-1984.
      See also Tennstedt, Florian.
181. Lemke, Lotte (Arbeiterwohlfahrt), 1933, 1948-1960.
      See also Lecture Project, 1955-1956; Munich Conference, 1956; Helene Simon.
182. Lemke, Lotte, 1962-1969.
183. Lemke, Lotte, 1970-1978.
184. Lemke, Lotte, 1979-1984.
185. Lennhof, Ursula, 1977-1983.
186. Leo, Wilhelm G., 1933-1945.
      Leo, Friede, 1946-1961.
      See also International Rescue and Relief Committee; Margraff, Else; Selfhelp of Emigres from Central Europe, Inc.
* Levy, Paul see Lynn, Paul.
187. Lohmann, Rosemargrit, 1973-1979.
188. Lohmann, Rosemargrit, 1980-1984.
189. Lynn, Paul, 1931-1957.
      Lynn, William, 1958.
190. Maas, Henry, 1953-1984.
      Maas, Judy.
      See also Concepts and Methods of Social Work, 1958-1963.
191. Magnus, Erna, 1933-1969.
192. Maier, Henry W., 1962-1963.
      Maier, Jeanne.
193. Maier, Henry W., 1964-1977.
      Maier, Jeanne.
194. Maier, Margaret E., 1965-1971.
195. Maier, Max Hermann, 1962-1965.
196. Maraun, Erna, 1947-1953.
197. Maraun, Erna, 1954-1959.
198. Marck, Siegfried, 1940-1955.
      Marck, Ilse, 1940-1971.
199. Marcus, Ernest, 1954-1981.
200. Margraff, Else, 1941-1946.
      Margraff, Christian Alfons.
201. Marschak, Jakob, 1942-1977.
      Marschak, Marianne, 1942-1982.
202. Matsdorf, Hilde née Meyerowitz, 1939-1981.
      Matsdorf, Wolf S.
203. Matull, Wilhelm, 1964-1979.
204. Mayer-Kulenkampff, Lina, 1948-1962.
205. Mende, Käthe, 1937-1954.
206. Mende, Käthe, 1955-1963.
      See also Helene Simon.
207. Mende, Käthe (Memorial service), 1963-1964.
* Meyerowitz, Hilde see Matsdorf, Hilde
208. Meyerowitz, Thea, 1935.
209. Middendorff, Wolf, 1958-1983.
      Middendorff, Dorothee.
210. Mierendorff, Marta, 1975-1979.
211. Mierendorff, Marta, 1980-1984.

Box 12
Folder

212. Miller, Susanne, 1973-1977.
213. Miller, Susanne, 1978-1984.
214. Miran, Bernard, 1945-1967.
      Miran, Anne.
215. Miran, Bernard, 1970-1984.
      Miran, Anne.
216. Müller, circa Wolfgang, 1968-1983.
      Müller-Bilitza, Brigitte.
217. Münke, Stephanie, 1957-1971.
218. Muthesius, Hans, 1933, 1951-1977.
      See also Munich Conference, 1956.
219. Nachbauer, Kurt, 1950-1982.
220. Naparstok-Ruecker, Esther, 1957-1979.
221. Naparstok-Ruecker, Esther, 1980-1982.
222. Naparstok-Ruecker, Esther, 1983-1984.
223. Nathan, Otto, 1935-1937, 1975-1984.
224. Nemitz, Kurt, 1960-1984.
225. Newman, Wilson, 1937-1954.
      Newman, Helen.
226. Newman, Wilson, 1955-1984.
      Newman, Helen.
227. Niedrig, Heinz (Arbeiterwohlfahrt), 1975-1984.
228. Nörenberg, Ruth, 1957-1984.
229. Nowotny, Fausta, 1966-1977.
      Nowotny, Karl A.
230. Nowotny, Fausta, 1978-1981.
231. Nowotny, Fausta, 1982-1984.
232. Ollendorff, Henry, 1946-1979.
233. Ontell, Robert (Bob), 1950-1977.
      Ontell, Sione M.
234. Ontell, Robert, 1978-1984.
      Ontell, Sione M.
235. Oppenheimer, Luise, 1942-1978.
      Oppenheimer, Walter.
236. Oswalt, August, 1935-1970.
      Oswalt, Elisabeth.
237. Oswalt, August, 1971-1983.
      Oswalt, Elisabeth, 1971-1984.
238. Otto, Adolf, 1936-1937.
239. Pakuscher, Ernst K., 1957-1980.
      Pakuscher, Eva Nolde.
240. Parker, Martha Eva (Prochownik), 1936-1959.
241. Pennekamp, Marianne, 1965-1984.
242. Pense, Rudolf (Deutscher Verein für öffentliche und private Fürsorge), 1952-1962.
243. Pense, Rudolf, 1963-1967.
244. Pense, Rudolf, 1970-1979.
      See also International Council on Social Welfare; Lecture Project, 1955-1956; Munich Conference, 1956; Helene Simon.
245. Pfaffenberger, Hans, 1959-1969.
246. Pfeifenberger, Werner, 1974-1980.
247. Pfeifenberger, Werner, 1981-1984.
248. Pietzner, Walter, 1968-1979.
249. Pietzner, Walter, 1980-1984.
250. Plank, Robert, 1948-1959.
      Plank, Nuschi.
251. Plank, Robert, 1960-1983.
      Plank, Nuschi.
252. Platiel, Nora, 1953-1979.
253. Poelchau, Harald, 1952-1966.
      Poelchau, Dorothee.
254. Poelchau, Harald, 1967-1972.
      Poelchau, Dorothee, 1967-1977.
255. Poelchau, Harald S., Jr., 1967-1984.
      Poelchau, Susan.
256. Pollack, Betty Gillespie, 1968-1984.
      Pollack, Dave.
257. Pongratz, Ludwig J., 1976-1982.

Box 13
Folder

258. Quast, Sofie (Archiv für Wohlfahrtspflege, Soziale Arbeit), 1952-1982.
259. Rawiel, Käthe, 1950-1971.
260. Rawiel, Käthe, 1972-1979.
261. Rawiel, Käthe, 1980-1984.
* Razovsky, Cecilia see Davidson, Cecilia Razovsky
262. Read, Ruth, 1944-1970.
      Read, Stanley.
263. Read, Ruth, 1972-1984.
      Read, Stanley.
264. Reichert, Kurt, 1944-1984.
      Reichert, Betty.
265. Reinemann, John Otto, 1928.
      Reinemann, Hertha.
266. Reinemann, John Otto, 1933-1936.
      Reinemann, Hertha.
267. Reinemann, John Otto, 1937-1941.
      Reinemann, Hertha.
268. Reinemann, John Otto, 1942-1948.
      Reinemann, Hertha.
269. Reinemann, John Otto, 1949-1953.
      Reinemann, Hertha.
270. Reinemann, John Otto, 1954-1958.
      Reinemann, Hertha.
      See also Munich Conference, 1956.
271. Reinemann, John Otto, 1959-1963.
      Reinemann, Hertha.
272. Reinemann, John Otto, 1964-1970.
      Reinemann, Hertha.
273. Reinemann, John Otto, 1971-1975.
      Reinemann, Hertha.
274. Reinemann, Hertha, 1976-1980.
275. Reinemann, Hertha, 1981-1984.
276. Reisner, Else, 1957-1984.
277. Reisner, Konrad (Conrad), 1933, 1938-1964, 1981.
      Reisner, Gertrud.
278. Rexin, Manfred, 1979-1981.
279. Rexin, Manfred, 1982-1984.
280. Rice, Richardson (Dick) L., 1942, 1959, 1973-1983.
* Richter, Hilde see Köster, Hilde
281. Richter, Margaret (Maggie), 1946-1984.
      Richter, Karl.
282. Rickenbach, Walter (Schweizerische Gemeinnützige Gesellschaft), 1936-1981.
      See also Munich Conference, 1956.
283. Riesenfeld, Arthur J. (Gocki), 1977.
      Riesenfeld, Stella.
284. Riesenfeld, Sonia, 1935-1967.
285. Rinner, Erich (Deutschland-Berichte), 1936-1941.
286. Rive-Johansen, Marion (Marid), 1934-1979.
287. Rive-Johansen, Marion (Marid), 1980-1984.
288. Ronald, Margot, 1935-1966.
289. Ronald, Margot, 1967-1983.
290. Rosenfeld, Kurt, 1934-1945.
      Rosenfeld, Alice.
291. Rosenheim, Kate, 1944-1961.
292. Rosenheim, Kate, 1962-1982.
      Rosenheim, Hilde.
293. Salomon, Alice, 1947.
* Salzberger-Wittenberg, Isca see Wittenberg, Isca
294. Schiller, Heinrich, 1962-1983.
295. Schmoeckel, Johanna (Hanna), 1946-1968.
296. Schottland, Charles, 1954-1980.
      Schottland, Edna.
297. Schroeder, Luise, 1954-1957.
      Photo, 1919.
298. Schulze, Emma, 1949-1976.
299. Schulze, Oskar, 1939-1971.
      Schulze, Susanne (Suse).
      See also Munich Conference, 1956.
300. Schwendtke, Arnold, 1977-1980.
* Seger, Gerhart A. see Neue Volks-Zeitung

Box 14
Folder

301. Seipp, Paul, 1961-1980.
      Seipp, Beate.
302. Siegmund-Schultze, Friedrich, 1952-1969.
      Siegmund-Schultze, Maria, 1970.
303. Sievers, Max (Freies Deutschland), 1937-1940.
304. Sieverts, Rudolf, 1954-1963.
      See also Munich Conference, 1956.
305. Sieverts, Rudolf, 1964-1979.
      Sieverts, Elisabeth, 1980-1981.
306. Simon, Helene, 1937-1946 (originals and copies).
      Marx, Moses, 1959.
      Transcripts of letters from Helene Simon to her sister, Mrs. Gertrude Marx, 1888-1893.
307. Simonsohn, Berthold, 1966-1977.
      Simonsohn, Trude, 1978-1980.
308. Solltmann, Idamarie, 1919-1928, 1940, 1977-1978.
      Wittfogel, Karl August.
309. Splittgerber, Erna, 1952-1979.
310. Stammer, Otto, 1957-1977.
      Stammer, Martha, 1957-1978.
      See also Lecture Project, 1955-1956.
      311 Stanne, Peter, 1952-1983.
      Stanne, Dilys.
312. Steiger, Emma (Emmy), 1933-1936.
313. Steiger, Emma, 1937-1951.
314. Steiger, Emma, 1952-1972.
315. Steiner, John Michael, 1962-1975.
      Steiner, Ulrike.
316. Steiner, John Michael, 1976-1984.
      Steiner, Ulrike.
317. Stephan, Adolf, 1947-1980.
318. Svarc, Ivor, 1957-1969.
      Svarc, Flora.
319. Svarc, Ivor, 1971-1984.
      Svarc, Flora.
320. Tarail, Theodore (Ted), 1969-1977.
321. Taylor, Hasseltine, 1946-1984.
      Taylor, Archer.
322. Tennstedt, Florian, 1977.
323. Tennstedt, Florian, 1978-1979.
      See also Leibfried, Stephen.
324. Tennstedt, Florian, 1980-1984.
* Thomas, Fanny (Fanja) see Jeserka, Fanja.
325. Tillich, Paul, 1938-1941.
      Tillich, Hannah, 1950.
      Fraenkel, Hilde, 1941.
326. Trotha, Margarete von, 1972-1983.
      Trotha, Christoph von.
327. Tugend (Tugendreich), Irene, 1939-1976.
      Tugend, Gustav.
328. Tugend, Thomas (Tom), 1952-1983.
329. Vetterli (Hensel), Alice (Lix), 1937-1978.
330. Vetterli, Alice, 1979-1983.
331. Wachenheim, Hedwig, 1931-1939.
332. Wachenheim, Hedwig, 1940-1959.
333. Wachenheim, Hedwig, 1960-1969.
334. Waldman, Dan, 1959-1982.
      Waldman, Gina.
335. Waldman, Hans (Howard L.), 1961-1984.
      Waldman, Else.
336. Waldman, Michael, 1969.
      Waldman, Ute.
337. Walz, Reinhold, 1973-1984.
* Weiland, Ruth see Freeman, Ruth.
338. Weiss (White), Jeannette, 1960-1983.
      Weiss (White), Ernst (Ernest).
339. Weisser, Gerhard (Forschungsinstitut für Gesellschaftspolitik und beratende Sozialwissenschaft e.V.), 1955-1974.
      See also Lecture Project, 1955-1956.
340. Weisser, Gerhard, 1975-1978.
341. Weisser, Gerhard, 1979-1982.
* Weissman, Fred S. see Selfhelp of Emigres from Central Europe, Inc.
342. Wheeler, Robert F., 1975-1977.
* White, Ernest see Weiss, Ernst
* White, Jeannette see Weiss, Jeannette.
343. Winkler, Ernst, 1946-1983.
      Winkler, Karin.
344. Wittenberg, Isca Salzberger, 1973-1983.
345. Witzsch, Günter, 1973-1976.
346. Witzsch, Günter, 1977-1983.
347. Wolf, Elisabeth, 1953-1966.
348. Wolf, Elisabeth, 1967-1980.
349. Wolins, Martin, 1954-1983.
350. Wülker, Gabriele, 1954-1980.
      See also Munich Conference, 1956.


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Series 2: Correspondence
Sub-series 2b: Professional correspondence (lesser amounts, including some with former students)

Box 15
Folder

1. Abbott, Kenneth, 1968-1979.
2. Abendroth, Wolfgang, 1974.
3. Abraham, Edith, 1948.
4. Abramowicz, A. (Al Schifrin, Sascha Schwarz), 1937.
5. Abramson, Dr., 1933.
6. Achinger, Hans, 1958-1976.
7. Adler, Jenny, 1949.
8. Adler, Frau Dr. K., 1933.
9. Adler, Michael, 1980.
10. Akura, Patrick, 1980.
11. Alber, Jens, 1977-1978.
12. Albrecht, Günter, 1974-1980.
13. Albrecht, Stan L., 1983.
14. Alexander, Chauncey, 1969-1982.
15. Alexander, Hilde, 1950.
16. Alexander, Mildred, 1973-1979.
17. Alexander, Sanda, undated.
18. Alfert, Max, 1968, 1979, 1983.
19. Allaway, William H., 1963.
20. Allee, W. circa (Clyde), 1945-1950.
21. Allekotte, Heinz, 1969.
22. Amann, Anton, 1980.
23. Amar, G. S., 1956.
24. Amir, Delila, 1982.
25. Amram, Annemarie, 1944, 1976-1982.
26. Anderson, Jule circa, 1983.
27. Andriessens, E., 1965.
28. Andriola, Joseph, 1965-1974.
29. Angell, Marie. 1965, 1983-1984.
30. Antalfy, Maria, 1971-1972.
31. Anthon, circa G., 1952-1953.
32. Apaydin, Kaya, 1983-1984.
33. Aptekar, Herbert H., 1972.
34. Arnold, Hildegard, 1960-1981.
35. Aron, Hans, 1939-1960.
      Aron, Julia.
36. Aschner, Gertrud (Trude), 1941.
37. Ascoli, Max, 1968.
38. Asen, Hans, 1957 and undated.
39. Assman, Ingeborg, 1977.
40. Attewell, Paul (Institute for the Study of Social Change), 1979.
41. Auerbach, Carl, 1963.
42. Auerbach, Walter, 1969.
43. Augner, Peter, 1980.
44. Avineri, Shlomo, 1973.
* Baan, Eberhard see de Baan, Eberhard
45. Baartz, Arne, 1953-1964.
46. Baartz, Bernhard, 1947-1949.
      Baartz, Katharina, 1962.
47. Babow, Irving, 1960, 1963.
48. Bach, Irmgard, 1960.
49. Baeck, Anne, 1982.
50. Baensch, Theodor (re: Veronika Gröhl), 1967.
51. Baerwald, Ossi (Mrs. Ernst; re: Hans Maier), 1963.
52. Baerwald, Max, 1950-1963.
      Baerwald, Dora
53. Baetz, Reuben circa, 1972.
      See also International Council on Social Work.
54. Bäumer, Max, 1952.
55. Bahnmüller, Dora, 1934-1941.
      Bahnmüller, Karl, 1947.
      Bahnmüller, Ruth, 1947.
56. Bahr, Ehrhard, 1975.
57. Baird, Lillian, 1961-1975.
58. Bal, circa E. E., 1951.
59. Baldwin, Roger (International Committee for Political Prisoners), 1937.
60. Baltzer, Christa, 1965-1966.
61. Baluyut, Diwata (Dee) Aldaba, 1959-1975.
62. Bamberger, Alberta, 1958.
      Bamberger, Percy
63. Bamberger, Fritz, 1958-1959.
64. Bamberger, Olga, 1935.
* Bancroft, Frank see Social Work Today
65. Banderet, Rita, 1935.
66. Bang, Ruth, 1952-1970.
67. Barber, Gloria, 1977-1979.
68. Barber, Lucille, 1960-1978.
69. Barkin, Ted, 1964.
70. Barley, Delbert, 1965.
* Barnes, Clarence E. see Society for the Study of Social Problems
71. Baron, Rüdeger, 1980-1981.
72. Barrows, Mrs. Robert S., 1963.
73. Barsela, Moshe, 1954.
* Barth, Barbara see Gatlin-Barth, Barbara
74. Barth, Hanna, 1955.
      See also Munich Conference, 1956.
75. Barth, Katrin, 1958.
76. Bass, Stanley, 1978.
77. Basu, Sita, 1973-1978.
78. Batzner, Ludwig, 1947-1982.
      Batzner, Henny
79. Bauer, Erna, 1981.
80. Bauer, Karl, 1955.
81. Baum, Walter M., 1935, 1959.
82. Bay, J. Christian, 1937.
83. Bayer, Anna, 1980.
84. Bealoff, Miriam, 1979.
85. Becher, Ursel, 1979.
86. Beck, Erwin, 1975-1982.
87. Becker, Loedegar, 1982.
88. Beerensson, Adele E., 1938.
89. Behrends, Hanna, 1953-1954.
      See also Munich Conference, 1956.
90. Behrendt, Richard F., 1969-1971.
91. Beidel, L., 1937.
92. Belisle, Susan, 1966.
93. Belser, Eleanor. 1981.
94. Benari, Mascha, 1936-1981.
      Benari, Joë
95. Bendix, Reinhard, 1966-1977.
96. Benedek, Therese, 1938.
97. Benevento, Camillo, 1959.
98. Benitez, Rosalyn, 1970.
99. Benson, Donna, 1982.
100. Berg, Fred, 1955-1973.
101. Berkman, Sara Lee, 1970.
* Bernard, Jessie see Society for the Study of Social Problems
* Bernard, Sydney E. see Society for the Study of Social Problems
102. Bernhard, Max, 1966.
103. Bernhard, Paul, 1935.
104. Bidlingmaier, Margret, 1965.
105. Billeit, Gisela, 1959-1980.
106. Billingsley, Andrew, 1968-1984.
107. Billow, William D., 1970.
108. Bischofswerder, Alice, 1933.
109. Bishop (Bischofswerder), Frank (Franz), 1943-1947.
      Bishop, Elsie
110. Bissegger, Luise, 1971-1982.
* Blackwell, James E. see Society for the Study of Social Problems
111. Blaisdell, Allen circa, 1959.
112. Blauert, Ingeborg, 1951.
113. Bloch, Felix, 1953.
114. Bloch, Helene, 1957-1958.
115. Bloch, Werner, 1962-1965.
116. Blomeyer, Horst, 1960.
117. Blos, Peter, 1959-1984.
      Blos, May
118. Bludau, Kuno (Archiv der sozialen Demokratie), 1981.
* Blue, John T. see Society for the Study of Social Problems
119. Blum, Robert, 1948-1963.
120. Blumensohn, Leo, 1980.
121. Bodenschwenger, Ingeborg, 1980.
122. Boegli, M., 1935-1940.
123. Böhle, Cäcilia, 1974.
124. Böhler, Lothar, 1979.
125. Boehm, Alfred, 1952-1961.
126. Boehm, Werner W., 1958, 1963.
      See also International Social Work.
127. Boenheim, Anatole, 1973.
128. Boenheim, Felix, 1936-1968.
      Boenheim, Hanna, 1950.
129. Boenheim, Flora, 1973-1975.
130. Boenheim, Kurt, 1942,1963-1964.
131. Bogusch, Ernst, 1980.
132. Bohnke-Kollwitz, Jutta, 1977-1982.
133. Bohnstedt, Werner, 1960-1969.
134. Bojko, Alexander, 1952, undated.
135. Bollag, Nelly, 1934-1935.
136. Bonwit, Hugo, 1948-1979.
      Bonwit, Aenne
      Bonwit, Marianne
137. Boritzer, Regina, 1940.
138. Bornstein, Berta, 1957.
* Borsuk, Howard W. see Society for the Study of Social Problems
139. Boulding, Elise, 1974.
140. Boulet, Jacques, 1979-1981.
141. Bourguignon, Yvonne, 1959.
142. Boxerman, Abe, 1980.
143. Brack, Ruth, 1976-1978.
144. Brandt, Edward R., 1966.
145. Brandt, Grace, 1947-1953.
146. Brandt, Karl (Notgemeinschaft deutscher Wissenschaftler im Ausland), 1935-1937.
147. Braun-von der Brelie, Jutta, 1976-1977.
148. Brauns, Hans Jochen, 1982.
149. Braunthal, Hilde, 1979.
150. Braunthal, Julius, 1962, 1974.
151. Breer, Franz, 1963.
152. Breitenbach, Hans, 1936.
153. Breitscheid, Julius, 1933, 1937.
      Breitscheid, Lisbeth.
154. Bremer, Robert H., 1975.
155. Brennan, Gere L., 1971.
156. Brennhovd, Olav, 1967-1970.
      Brennhovd, Erika.
157. Brepohl, Wilhelm, 1958.
158. Bresler, Hilde, 1973-1982.
159. Breul, Frank R., 1962.
160. Brewer, Leo, 1959-1982.
      Brewer, Rose.
161. Briar, Scott, 1965-1983.
162. Brieger, H., 1942.
163. Briggs, Lord A., 1979.
164. Brigham, Thomas M., 1964.
165. Brimm, Erna, 1944-1953.
166. Brimmer, Andrew Felton, 1961-1979.
      Brimmer, Doris.
167. Brinkmann, Gerhard, 1971-1982.
      Brinkmann, Dorothea (Doris).
168. Bristol, Loris, 1937.
      Bristol, Margaret.
169. Brochart, E., 1934-1947.
      Brochart, Michel.
170. Brockway, Lord Fenner, 1973-1979.. 171. Brokensha, David, 1965.
172. Brown, Marjorie A., 1964.
173. Browning, Grace, 1940-1948.
174. Brunn, Alice, circa 1951.
175. Bruns, Bernd, 1974-1975.
* Brunson, Rose T. see Society for the Study of Social Problems
176. Buchhierl, Gustav, 1962-1984.
177. Buderi, Betty Lou, 1958-1984.
178. Buell, Bradley, 1961.
179. Bullinger, Martin, 1969-1974.
      Bullinger, Micheline.
180. Burdick, Eugene, 1952.
181. Burmeister, Martin, 1950-1960.
* Burnham, Kenneth E. see Society for the Study of Social Problems
182. Buttel, Annemarie, 1952-1977.
183. Buxbaum, Richard, 1971-1982.
* Caldwell, Morris see Society for the Study of Social Problems
184. Calé, Richard M., 1939.
185. Callbeck, Helen, 1952-1955.
186. Campalans, R., 1933.
187. Carey, Harry M., 1952.
188. Carnap, Ina, 1938-1939.
189. Carner, Lucy Perkins, 1946-1984.
190. Carrillo, Luis, 1962.
191. Carroll, Mollie Rae, 1934-1937.
192. Cary, Alice S., 1978-1984.
193. Caspari, Hans, 1965.
194. Caspary, Eva G., 1975.
195. Cassidy, Harry, 1944.
      Cassidy, Bea, 1952.
196. Cavazza, Fabio Luca, 1963.
197. Cefarin, R. R., 1950.
* Chaiklin, Harris see Society for the Study of Social Problems
198. Chakerian, Charles G., 1967-1982.
      See also Society for the Study of Social Problems.
      Chakerian, Juanita.
199. Chalip, Bernard Rogers, 1973.
200. Chambers, Clarke A., 1965.
201. Champain, Herbert J., 1959-1966.
      Lande-Champain, Lotte.

Box 16
Folder

202. Chang, Ching-Yu, 1962-1970.
203. Chatterjee, Pranab, 1953-1975.
204. Chazal, Jean, 1953, 1963.
* Chen, Hermia see Society for the Study of Social Problems
205. Cheng, Irene, 1958.
206. Cheng-Kang, Ku, 1982-1983.
207. Chew, John, 1959.
      Chew, Anne.
* Cizon, F. A. see Society for the Study of Social Problems
208. Clague, Erwin, 1946.
209. Clarkson, E. M., 1981-1982.
* Clinard, Marshall B. see Society for the Study of Social Problems
* Cohen, Jerome see Society for the Study of Social Problems
210. Cohn, Chawah, 1935.
211. Cohn, Jona, 1971.
212. Cohn, Oskar, 1933-1934.
213. Cohn-Peters, Ruth, 1943.
214. Colcord, Joanna circa, 1935-1945.
215. Cole, Katharine, 1974.
216. Coleman, Joan Elizabeth, undated.
217. Colin, Charlotte, 1963.
218. Coliver, Edith S., 1954, 1977.
219. Collins, Wanda, 1964.
220. Colm, Hanna, 1965.
      Colm, Peter W.
221. Conlee, LaVonne, 1971.
222. Cooper, Elaine Abrams, 1964.
223. Cooper, Ruth, undated.
224. Cooper, Shirley, 1979.
225. Cordemann, Margarete, 1958.
226. Correa de Camacho, Silvia, 1970.
227. Cortese, Carla, 1957.
228. Costarella, Sylvia, 1956-1972.
      Costarella, John.
229. Costin, Lela B., 1973-1983.
230. Couder, Bruno, 1979.
* Cowgill, Donald O. see Society for the Study of Social Problems
231. Cramer, Hanna, 1978.
      Crane, John A. see Society for the Study of Social Problems
232. Cudaback, Dorothea (Dot), 1970-1982.
233. Cukerbaum, Bernard, 1941.
234. Cumming, Roger, 1963.
235. Czechoslovakia, 1980.
236. Dare, Claudia, 1982.
237. Darling, Gale, 1955.
238. Das Gupta, Jyotrinda, 1977.
239. Dasbach, Fernando (Fred), 1970-1972.
240. Daube, David, 1974-1975.
241. Davidson, George F., 1954.
242. Davies, Robert, 1982.
243. Davis, Calvin, 1965.
244. Davis, Elizabeth, 1947-1949.
245. Davis, Michael, 1969.
246. de Baan, Eberhard, 1976.
247. Decken, Margret von der, 1954-1960.
248. de Cnyf, Maurice, 1958-1961.
249. Degener, Gustav, 1946-1947.
250. de Hurtado, Isabel, 1956.
251. Deimling, Gerhard, 1977-1982.
252. de Jongh, Dasja, 1972-1983.
253. de Lange, Harry M., 1972-1980.
254. DeLee, Flora, 1927-1945.
255. Demême, Yvonne, 1936.
256. Demme, Dagmar, 1979.
257. deMorsier, J.M. (Save the Children International Union; Union Internationale de Secours aux Enfants), 1942-1938.
* Dentler, Robert see Society for the Study of Social Problems
258. de Riel, Juergen, 1949.
259. Derkach, Nadia, 1975.
260. Despite Everything, 1965.
* Deutscher, Irwin see Society for the Study of Social Problems
261. Devereaux, Charles, 1948-1963.
262. DeVoe, Dorsh Marie, 1983.
263. DeWitt, Florence, 1954-1960.
264. Diamond, Bernard L., 1965.
265. Diamond, Jed, 1966.
266. Dieck, Margret, 1979-1981.
267. Dieckmann, Karl Josef, 1974.
268. Dobrogoiski, Martha von, 1957-1962.
269. Dodds, Dicy, 1956.
270. Doerr, William, 1960-1962.
271. Dolls, Margot, 1976-1978.
272. Dorman, Granville P., 1953.
273. Dorst, Brigitte, 1982-1984.
* Dove, James R. see Society for the Study of Social Problems
274. Drath, Martin, 1957-1958.
275. Drechsler, Michael, 1957-1982.
      Drechsler, Waldtraut.
      Drechsler, Suse, 1948.
276. Drucker, Adolph B., 1951-1964.
277. Drucker, Lisbeth, 1934-1935.
278. Drucker, Peter F., 1955.
279. Dumpson, James R., 1961-1969.
280. Duning, Arthur, 1957-1982.
281. Durand-Wever, Anne-Marie, 1955-1960.
282. Dvorsky, Camille, 1971.
* Eades, Joe see Society for the Study of Social Problems
283. Eaton, Joseph W., 1961-1964.
      See also Society for the Study of Social Problems
284. Eberhard, Alide, 1960-1982.
      Eberhard, Wolfram.
285. Eberhard, Kurt, 1973-1974.
286. Eckstein, Charlotte, 1963.
287. Eden, Ilse, 1974-1982.
288. Edinger, Dora, 1960-1963.
      See also Helene Simon.
289. Edinger, Lewis J., 1961.
290. Egli, Robert (Zeitschrift für Präventivmedizin), 1955-1958.
291. Ehlers, Adolf, 1965-1974.
292. Ehrenfried, Lilli, 1933-1955.
293. Ehrenzweig, Albert A., 1961-1966.
      Ehrenzweig, Erika, 1948, 1974.
294. Ehrlich, Ernst Ludwig, 1945.
295. Ehrlich-Landé, Lilli, 1933.
296. Ehrmann, Henry W., 1940-1942.
297. Eichelbaum, Herta, 1960, 1982.
298. Eilers, Elfriede, 1973-1981.
* Eisgruber, Elsa see Schott-Fiechtl, Elsa
299. Eklund, Helen, 1979.
300. Elder, Joseph W., 1976.
301. Elkan, Otto, 1920.
302. Ellmar, Paul, 1933.
303. Engel, Frank, 1978.
304. Enochs, Elizabeth Shirley, 1946-1964.
305. Eran, Yechiel, 1981.
306. Erko, Walter, 1962-1984.
307. Erlich, Sasia, 1933-1934.
308. Erlich, Vera S., 1961.
309. Eska, Brunhilde, 1980.
310. Evans, Austin P., 1943.
311. Exarchos, Kay, 1970-1984.
312. Eyferth, Hanns, 1951-1977.
313. Falck, Hans S., 1965-1979.
314. Falk, Alfred, 1945-1949.
315. Farr, Shirley, 1939-1940.
316. Fasolo, Emma, 1965-1983.
317. Faure, Paul, 1933.
* Fechenbach, Irma see Fey, Irma
318. Feibel, Charlotte (Lotte), 1935-1965.
319. Feidel-Mertz, Hildegard, 1977-1982.
320. Feige, Rudolf, 1949-1983.
321. Feiger, Ilse, 1960-1969.
      Feiger, Philip.
322. Feldman, Gerald D., 1972-1978.
323. Feldman, Ronald, 1966-1973.
Feldman, Dina.
324. Fenge, Horst, 1976.
* Fenichel, Otto see Laub, Rose.
325. Fenselau, Otto, 1947.
326. Ferguson, Bertha, 1972, 1980.
327. Feuer, Lewis S., 1966-1976.
328. Fey (Fechenbach), Irma, 1933-1950.
329. Fibush, Esther, 1965.
330. Fichtner, Otto (Deutscher Verein für öffentliche und private Fürsorge), 1970-1983.
331. Fiebig, Udo, 1979.
332. Fijalkowski, Jürgen, 1963-1965.
333. Finkle, Evelyn, 1952-1983.
      Finkle, Bernard (Bud).
334. Finney, Eleanor, 1954-1981.
      Finney, Frank.
335. Firestone, Mose, 1951-1983.
      Firestone, Ruth.
336. Fischel, Wesley R., 1959.
337. Fischer, Alice, 1967-1969.
338. Fixel, Justine, 1962-1966.
339. Flath, Klaus, 1966-1967.
340. Fletcher, Nancy, 1963-1964.
      Fletcher, A.G.
341. Florsheim, Dorothea (Dora), 1933-1948.
342. Förster, Hilde, 1965-1983.
343. Fogel, David, 1970-1973.
* Foote, Nelson N. see Society for the Study of Social Problems
344. Formichi, Virginia, 1972-1984.
345. Forster, Edgar, 1981.
346. Forthman, Robert, 1978-1982.
347. Foster, Frank, 1938-1946.
* Fox, Byron see Society for the Study of Social Problems
348. Fränkel, Hermann, 1938-1939.
349. Francel, Edward, 1963-1972.
350. Frankenstein, Ernst, 1934.
351. Franks, Else D., 1944-1947.
      Franks, Gerald E.Fstrauss
352. Franz, Wolfgang, 1983.
353. Frazier, Thomas L., 1961.
* French, David G. see Society for the Study of Social Problems
354. Freund, Hugo, 1937-1957.
355. Freundlich, Otto, 1935-1947.
      Freundlich, Hannah.
356. Freyh, Brigitte, 1970.
357. Frick, Renate, 1957-1959.
      Frick, Hans.
358. Friedeberg, Ursula, 1937-1939.
359. Friedländer, Hans, 1953-1954.
360. Friedman, David B. (Kaiser Foundation Hospital), 1954-1971.
      Friedman, Alma.
* Friedsam, J.H. see Society for the Study of Social Problems
361. Friesenhahn, Ernst, 1957-1959.
      See also Lecture Project, 1955-1956.
362. Fritz, Anna S., 1982.
363. Frölich, Rosi, 1973-1979.
364. Fukuyama, Kazuma Yoda, 1976-1983.
* Funke, Else see Deutscher Berufsverband der Sozialarbeiter und Sozialpädagogen e.V.
365. Furck, Carl-Ludwig, 1966-1973.
366. Gaede, Maria, 1952.
367. Gallagher, Patricia, 1963-1981.
368. Galper, Jeffrey, 1976.
369. Gamboni, Elizabeth (Betty), 1971-1984.
370. Gambrill, Eileen, 1978-1981.
371. Gamp, Christa, 1952-1967.
* Gans, Herbert see Society for the Study of Social Problems
372. Gaupp, Peter G., 1966.
373. Gebhard, Bruno, 1978-1984.
374. Gehrmann, Friedhelm, 1980-1981.
* Geis, Gilbert L. see Society for the Study of Social Problems
* Geisman, Ludwig L. see Society for the Study of Social Problems
375. Gelfken, Tami, 1930-1935.
376. George, K. N., 1961-1981
377. George, Manfred, 1943-1965.
      See also Aufbau (NY).
378. Gerechter, Gerhard, 1953.
379. Gerstung, Rudolf, 1934-1958.
      Gerstung, Grethe, 1957-1965.
380. Gibson, Dorothy, 1965-1979.
381. Giovannoni, Jeanne, 1973-1983.
382. Glaser, Kurt, 1934-1977.
      Glaser, Emily.
383. Gleisner, Martin.
384. Glikman, Esther, 1957-1978.
      Glikman, Horace.
      Glikman, Georges, 1979.
385. Goebel, Ernst-Karl, 1927-1933.
386. Goelke, Elfriede, 1933.
387. Goldenberg, Natalie, 1940-1959.
      Goldenberg, Leon.
388. Goldhart, Gerda, 1957.
389. Goldmann, Franz, 1951-1957.
390. Goldstein, Julius, 1939-1970.
      Goldstein, Hanna, 1939-1984.
* Goldstein, Lewis see Society for the Study of Social Problems

Box 17
Folder

391. Goodman, Mark Joseph, 1975.
392. Gordon, Bonnie, 1962.
393. Gordon, Margaret S., 1964, 1967.
394. Gorges, Renate, 1981.
395. Gotthelf, Herta, 1948-1949.
396. Grab, Walter, 1976-1982.
397. Gramm, Hermann, 1964-1965.
398. Grandjean, E., 1959.
399. Grebing, Helga, 1973.
400. Greene, Rachel, 1946.
* Grelfer, Julian L. see Society for the Study of Social Problems
401. Griffith, George L., 1966.
402. Grillo, Evelio, 1959-1979.
403. Grobleben, Harald, 1981.
404. Gröttrup, Bernd, 1979.
405. Gronemann, Frieda, 1933.
406. Gruenbaum, Luther, 1958-1959.
407. Guenther, Louise, 1949.
408. Gumbel, Emil J., 1935-62.
      Gumbel, Marieluise.
409. Gundelman, Sylvia, 1978-1983.
410. Gupta, Banwari Lal, 1970-1972.
411. Gur-Bax, Gope, 1955.
412. Gurin, Arnold, 1962.
413. Gurland, Arcadius R. L., 1961.
414. Gutkind, Peter circa W., 1964.
415. Haas, Ernst B., 1971-1978.
416. Haase-Schur, Ilse, 1976-1977.
417. Haaser, Paula, 1952.
418. Hachenburg, Hans, 1951.
419. Hachenburg, Max, 1947-1948.
420. Hadula, Werner, 1958-1962.
      Hadula, Wera.
421. Häfelin, Ursula, 1960-1963.
      Häfelin, Ulrich.
422. Hänchen, Ursula, 1971-1981.
423. Härtel, Rudolf, 1948-1963.
424. Hajek-Simons, Gerda, 1951-1961.
* Hall, J. Oliver, see Society for the Study of Social Problems
425. Hammermeyer, Ludwig, 1975.
426. Hammerschlag, Ludwig (Lutz), 1941-1967.
427. Hanberry, T. J., 1959.
428. Hanisch, Werner, 1952-1971.
429. Happel, Clara, 1938-1943.
430. Harawitz, Eleanor, 1965-1966.
431. Harms, Mary, 1941-1962, undated.
432. Harper, Ernest B., 1962.
      Harper, Lyssa.
433. Harris, Nelson H., 1963.
434. Harrison, Bob, 1963, undated.
435. Hartig, Valtin, 1936-1939.
      Hartig, Margarete.
436. Hartmann, Ernst, 1952-1962.
437. Hartung, Frank E., 1965, 1967.
      See also Society for the Study of Social Problems.
438. Hartwich, Horst W., 1957.
439. Harvey, Liz, 1983.
440. Harvey, J. Mahlon, 1936, 1941.
441. Hashimi, Rasool M. H., 1960.
442. Hathway, Marion, 1947, 1953.
443. Hay, J. Roy, 1979-1980.
444. Hearn, Gordon, 1959-1979.
      Hearn, Evelyn, 1979-1984.
445. Heck, Otto, 1946-1964.
      Heck, Virginia, 1951-1977.
* Heidermann, Horst see Friedrich Ebert Stiftung
446. Heidrich, Otto, 1933.
447. Heimann, Eduard, 1939-1940.
448. Heiner, Maja, 1975-1983.
449. Heinitz, Ernst, 1962.
450. Heinz, Ella, 1960.

      Heinz, Karl. 451. Heller, Emmy, 1952.
452. Henneberg, Georg, 1957-1980.
      Henneberg, Amalia.
453. Herpe, Berthold, 1979-1980, undated.
454. Hersey, Evelyn W., 1961-1963.
455. Hess, Hugo, 1960-1965.
456. Hess, Max, 1976.
* Hess, Otto H. see Colloquium Verlag.
* Heuer, Renate see Bibliographica Judaica.
457. Hewig, Anneliese, 1967.
458. Heyer, Hanna, 1960-1962.
459. Heyns, Roger W., 1967-1971.
460. Hildebrandt, Walter, 1964.
461. Hilgers, Hanspeter, 1974-1981.
462. Himatsingka, Madanlal, 1954.
463. Hirsch-Weber, Wolfgang, 1957-1960.
464. Hirschberg, Ernst, 1942, 1960.
465. Hirschler, Franz, 1937-1938, 1952.
      Hirschler, Berta.
466. Hochheimer, Wolfgang, 1953-1972.
      Hochheimer, Sibylle.
467. Hoerder, Dirk, 1979-1980.
468. Hoey, Jane M. (Federal Security Agency, Social Security Administration), 1951, 1963.
* Hoffer, Joe R. see National Conference on Social Welfare, International Council on Social Welfare; Munich Conference, 1956.
469. Hoffmann, Arnulf, 1947-1984.
      Hoffmann, Else.
470. Hoffmann, Carl, 1946-1947.
471. Holborn, Hajo, 1939.
472. Holtkemper, Franz-Josef, 1974-1983.
473. Holzschuh, Karl, 1963-1972.
474. Honigsheim, Paul, 1961-1963.
475. Hope, Derek, 1980.
476. Houk, Mary, 1943-1955.
* Houwer, Dan Q. R. Mulock see International Union for Child Welfare
477. Howard, Donald S., 1947-1975.
      Howard, Bernie.
478. Hoyt, Elizabeth E., 1973-1976.
479. Huckstädt, Annelise, 1949-1957.
* Hughes, John E. see Society for the Study of Social Problems
480. Hulbert, Mary, 1951-1982.
481. Humphreys, Nancy, 1977-1978.
482. Hunter, David R., 1947.
483. Hurwitz, Harold, 1955.
484. Husein, Zakia, 1963-1965.
485. Huttman, Elizabeth, 1975-1983.
486. Huws-Jones, Robin, 1964-1980.
487. Hytten, Eyvind, 1982-1983.
488. Ikegawa, Kiyoshi, 1960-1966.
      Ikegawa, Masako, 1961-1962.
489. Iliovici, Jean, 1955.
490. Innerst, J. Stuart, 1970-1972.
491. Isaacs, Clarice, 1964-1977.
492. Isaacs, Wilfred, 1969.
493. Isenberg, Vivian, 1947-1949.
      Isenberg, Harry.
494. Isomura, Eiichi, 1953-1957.
495. Ives, Kenneth, 1965-1982.
496. Jacob, Karl, 1938, 1965.
497. Jacobi, Maria, 1963.
498. Jaeckel-Röger, Dagmar, 1980.
499. Jäger, Otto A., 1963.
500. James, Arthur, 1939.
501. Jarecki, Hilde, 1969-1971.
502. Johansen, Erna, 1963.
503. Jonas, Charlotte, 1964-1983, undated.
      Jonas, Herbert.
      Photos.
504. Jones, John F., 1982.
505. Jones, Michael, 1983.
* Jones, Robin Huws see Huws-Jones, Robin
506. Jordan, Erwin, 1974-1982.
507. Jorgenson, Russ, 1946-1981.
      Jorgenson, Mary.
508. Jouhy, Ernest, 1966.
509. Justiss, Valerie O., 1949-1952.
510. Kärgel, Lydia, 1952-1960.
511. Kahn, Bernard, 1956-1971.
      Kahn, Mercia.
512. Kahn-Freund, Otto, 1939-1979.
      Kahn-Freund, Liesel, 1979-1982.
513. Kalischer, Hans, 1937-1947.
      Kalischer, Ella, 1947-1966.
514. Kalischer, Werner, 1937-1982.
      Kalischer, Aline.
515. Kallen, Horace M., 1935.
516. Kamm, Berta, 1956.
517. Kamphuis, Marie, 1957-1963.
518. Karsen, Fritz, 1935, 1938.
519. Kater, Marianne, 1935-1940.
520. Katz, Arthur, 1959-1979.
521. Katzki, Kate, 1972-1978.
      See also International Council on Social Welfare.
522. Kaufmann-Frankenstein, Luise, 1959.
523. Kautsky, Benedikt, 1933.
      Kautsky, Gerda, 1960.
524. Kautsky, Felix, 1942-1951.
      Kautsky, Marta, 1953-1966.
525. Kautsky, John, 1943-1955.
      Kautsky, Lilli.
526. Kautsky, Luise, 1933.
527. Kelley, Joseph, 1977.
* Kelman, Howard R. see Society for the Study of Social Problems
528. Kelsen, Hans, 1946-1971.
529. Kepecs, Jacob, 1936-1946.
      Kepecs, Mary.
530. Kermisch, Irving, 1971.
531. Kerr, Clark, 1958-1972.
532. Kersten, Kurt, [1961].
533. Kessel, Esther, 1965-1980.
      Kessel, Harlan.
534. Kessler, Eva, 1944-1984.
      Kessler, Friedrich (Fritz).
535. Khushalani, Youdindra, 1982.
536. Kidneigh, John circa, 1953.
      Kidneigh, Jeannette, 1963.
      See also University of Minnesota.
537. Kikawada, John S., 1966-1969.
538. Kimura, Chujiro, 1966.
539. Kindelsperger, Kenneth, 1967-1970.
      See also International Council on Social Welfare.
540. Kircher, Veronica, 1970.
541. Kirchner, Hanna, 1936.
542. Kirchner, Hanns, 1955-1976.
543. Kirschmann, Emil, 1936-1946.
544. Kitano, Harry H. L., 1970-1980.
* Kleiner, Robert J. see Society for the Study of Social Problems
545. Kleiss, Charlotte, 1962-1963.
546. Klemke, Hans P., 1949.
547. Kloehn, Sabine, 1978-1979.
548. Kluge, Ulrich, 1965-1968.
549. Knight, Max, 1977, 1979.
550. Knudten, Richard D., 1970.
551. Kohls, Georg, 1958.
      Kohls, Lottie.
552. Kojima, Yoko, 1976.
553 Korte, B., 1966.
554. Koschwitz, Erna, 1955-1964.
555. Koshland, Daniel, 1974-1978.
556. Kosmale, Arno F., 1972.
557. Kourganoff, Vladimir, 1959-1984.
558. Kovan, Allan, 1974.
559. Kramer, Lotte, 1959-1984.
560. Kramer, Ralph M., 1965-1982.
561. Krebs, Albert, 1976.
562. Kreitmair, Karl, 1962.
563. Kreutzberger, Max (Leo Baeck Institute), 1965.
* Krieger, Gerald R. see Society for the Study of Social Problems
564. Kruse, Harald, 1972-1973.
565. Kuenstler, Peter, 1979-1981.
566. Kuhn, Setty S. (The United Jewish Social Agencies), 1936-1952.
567. Kurgass, Paula, 1934, 1937.
568. Kutscha, Liesel, 1974-1983.
569. Kuypers, Joseph, 1975.
570. Labowitz, Israel, 1939-1983.
      Labowitz, Margo.
571. Lachmund, Margarete, 1974-1981.

Box 18
Folder

572. Lambert, Harriette, 1945-1983.
573. Landauer, Carl, 1970-1971.
574. Landsberger, Dora, 1963-1968.
575. Lang, Ana, 1954.
576. Lang, Franz, 1965-1979.
577. Lange, Ulrich, 1977.
578. Langer-El Sayed, Ingrid, 1982.
579. Langkau-Alex, Ursula, 1980.
580. Langohr, Barbara, 1976.
581. Langohr, Renate, 1975-1983.
582. Laub, Rose, 1940.
      Fenichel, Otto.
* Laude, Edward J. see Society for the Study of Social Problems
* Laulicht, Enid see Society for the Study of Social Problems
583. Laurence, Virginia, 1977-1981.
584. Lavery, Maud, 1939.
585. Law, Stephen, 1970.
586. Lechner, H., 1979.
587. Lee, Dorothy, 1958-1979.
* Lee, Frank F. see Society for the Study of Social Problems
588. Lee, Peter, 1976-1978.
589. Lehmann-Rußbüldt, Otto, 1953.
590. Lehnart, Bettina, 1949.
591. Lehr, Fräulein, 1952.
592. Leiby, James, 1963-1983.
593. Leitner, Ute, 1977.
594. Leonard, David K., 1973.
595. Leppmann, Marianne, 1963-1981.
      Leppmann, Joachim.
596. Lerner, Abba P., 1970-1971.
597. Levi, Hermann, 1933-1936.
598. Levinger, Fritz, 1933-1939.
      Levinger, Emmi.
599. Lévy, Robert, 1933.
600. Levysohn, Eva, 1938-1939, 1963.
601. Lewin, Herbert, 1953.
      1 photo.
602. Lewinski, Wilhelm, 1949, 1981.
603. Lewis, Ellsworth, 1944-1947.
      Lewis, Lillian.
* Lewis, Harold see Society for the Study of Social Problems
604. Lewis, Reinhard B., 1951-1974.
605. Lewis, Verl S., 1951, 1958.
606. Lex, Maria, 1963-1978.
607. Liebrecht, Heinrich, 1954-1984.
      Liebrecht, Alice (Liesl).
608. Lightman, J. B., 1954-1959.
609. Lin, Ming Liu, 1962-1963.
610. Lindemann, Herbert, 1942, 1976.
611. Lindesmith, A. R., 1959.
612. Lindner, Rolf, 1982.
613. Lindsay, Inabel B., 1949-1979.
614. Linford, Alton, 1978, 1983.
615. Linke, E[liesel], 1964-1968.
616. Lisker, Lester, 1971.
617. Liszt, Elsa von, 1935-1936.
618. Locke, Barbara L., 1956-1983.
619. Lodge, Richard, 1979.
620. Loebe, Paul, 1945.
621. Löffler, Walter, 1954-1955.
622. Loeliger-Lutz, Dorothe, 1954-1962.
      Loeliger, Hans.
623. Loeliger, Robert, 1933-1952.
      See also Pro Juventute.
      Loeliger, Alice.
624. Loevy, Brigitte, 1937.
625. Loewenberg, Frank M., 1979.
      See also Society for the Study of Social Problems.
626. Löwenthal, Richard, 1977-1979.
627. Logue, John J., 1977.
628. Lorch, Alexander, 1933-1953.
629. Lotan, Giora, 1959-1974.
      Lotan, Hilde, 1974-1976.
630. Lothar, Marianne, 1959-1983.
631. Lottmann, Eckart, 1980.
632. Lourié (Jetter), Marianne R., 1946-1951.
633. Lovatt, J. V. circa, 1952, 1959.
634. Lowenthal, E.G., 1964, 1972.
635. Lowenthal, Leo, 1967-1983.
      Lowenthal, Marjorie.
636. Lubasch, Dollo, 1970-1980.
637. Lucas, Lilli Reifenberg, 1962.
638. Lucas, Mary G., 1959-1982.
639. Ludwig, Hildegard, 1963.
640. Luersen, Mela (Zvacek), 1948-1950.
641. Lupinacci, Josette, 1964.
642. Lurie, Walter A., 1945-1960.
* MacDonald, John see International Council on Social Welfare.
643. MacGregor, Helen R., 1957-1971.
644. MacRae, Duncan, 1957-1965.
      MacRae, Edith.
645. Madison, Bernice, 1965-1968.
646. Maenchen, Anna (Anya), 1946-1983.
647. Mänsa, Martell, 1946.
648. Magnus, Gertrude, 1944-1975.
      Magnus, Edward.
649. Mahaffey, Maryann, 1977.
650. Maier, Hans, 1915, 1937.
651. Maki, Ken-ichi, 1960.
652. Mallon, J. J., 1936.
653. Mandel (Mandelbaum), Arthur, 1947-1983.
      Mandel, Rose.
654. Mann, G. von, 1955.
655. Mann, Thomas (copy), 1946.
656. Manning, Seaton W., 1955-1959.
657. Mannino, J. Davis, 1981.
658. Marin, Elma, 1936-1954.
      Marin, James.
659. Marseille, Walter W., 1954-1983.
      Marseille, Marianne.
660. Martin, Katherine E., 1948-1954.
661. Martin, Klaus-Rainer, 1979.
662. Martinez, Arabella, 1978-1980.
663. Marum, Elizabeth, 1976-1981.
664. Marzahn, Christian, 1978-1979.
665. Matteucci, Nicola, 1963.
666. Matthis, Hilde Bothur, 1967.
667. Maurer, Johannes, 1953-1954.
668. Maurer, Marvin, 1977.
669. May, Helen, 1944-1954.
670. May, Max, 1937-1947.
671. McDowell, John, 1970.
672. McEntire, Davis, 1948-1982.
      McEntire, Iras.
673. McGann, Leona (Lee), 1962-1983.
674. McHenry, Dean E., 1953-1972.
675. McKeany, Maurine, 1946-1948, undated.
676. McLelland, Mary, 1969-1973.
677. McMillen, Wayne, 1939.
678. Mehr, Liselotte, 1955-1979.
      Mehr, Hjalmar.
* Mehringer, Andreas see Unsere Jugend.
679. Meissner, Hanna, 1959,1979.
* Melvin, Bruce L. see Society for the Study of Social Problems
* Melvin, Carla see Aghib-Melvyn, Carla
680. Mencher, Samuel, 1962.
681. Mende, Ursula, 1955-1966.
682. Mendelssohn, Felise, 1982-1983.
683. Mennicke, Carl, 1949-1959.
      Mennicke, Trude, 1964.
* Mertz, H. F. see Feidel-Mertz, Hildegard
684. Meyer, Charlotte (Lotte), 1933, 1958-1982.
685. Meyer, Henry J., 1962.
686. Meyer, Johanna, 1953-1980.
687. Meyer, Oscar, 1945-1958.
688. Mezirow, J. D. (Jack), 1961-1962.
689. Micknat, Hilda Binder, 1962-1964.
* Milanich, Millie see Society for the Study of Social Problems
690. Miller, Clyde G., 1941-1943.
691. Millo, Efraim, 1980.
692. Minkler, Meredith, 1981.
* Mogey, John see Society for the Study of Social Problems
693. Mohr, Erich (Berliner Rundbrief), 1954-1958.
694. Mollenhauer, Wilhelm, 1959-1966.
695. Molton, Jerry, 1945-1966.
      Molton, Henny.
696. Molton, Léo, 1939.
697. Mommsen, Wolfgang, 1978-1979.
698. Monasch, Irma, 1943-1967.
699. Monat, Anneliese, 1961-1967.
700. Montandon, Florence, 1954-1972.
* Montgomery, David see International Labor and Working Class History
701. Moore, Frank J., 1962-1970.
702. Moos, Felix, 1951-1984.
703. Morgan, Ruth, 1951, 1964.
704. Moritz, Alfred, 1952.
705. Morrison, Paul W., 1959.
706. Motulsky, Arnold, 1970-1983.
      Motulsky, Gretel.
707. Müller, Albrecht, 1973-1974.
708. Müller, Fritz, 1957.
709. Müller, Herta, 1936-1961.
710. Müller-Zadow, Emilie, 1963.
711. Münder, Johannes, 1976-1983.
712. Muller, Werner, 1969-1983.
      Muller, Marianne.
713. Munnell, Thomas circa, 1973.
714. Murphy, Sister Roseanne, 1970.
715. Myles, Donald A., 1979.
716. Nacke, O., 1953.
717. Nadolny, Annemarie, 1962, 1982, undated.
718. Naegele, Gerhard, 1983.
719. Nakamura, Yuichi, 1972, 1976.
720. Nathan, Else, 1961.
721. Nathan, G., 1935.
722. Nehru, S. S., 1954.
723. Neidhardt, Friedhelm, 1981.
724. Neill, June (National Institute for Social Work), 1982.
725. Neipris, Joseph (International Social Work), 1976-1981.
726. Nemitz, Anna, 1953-1962.
727. Nemitz, Elfriede, 1968.
728. Nestriepke, Siegfried, 1963.
729. Neuendorf, K. B., 1937.
730. Neumann, Alfred, 1949-1982.
      Neumann, Johanna.
731. Neumann, Franz, 1946-1974.
      Neumann, Gertrude, 1974.
732. Neumann, Hans (Schweizerische Arbeiterbildungszentrale), 1934.
733. Nicaise, Joseph, 1958.
734. Nihon-Spits, Jean, 1952, 1961.
735. Nimmermann, Peter, 1968-1970.
      Nimmermann, Renate, 1971, 1982.
736. Nölting, Else, 1977.
737. Nohl, Hermann, 1954-1959.
738. Noonan, James circa, 1965.
739. Northwood, Lawrence (Larry) K., 1959-1977.
      See also Society for the Study of Social Problems.
740. O'Day, Mary, 1972-1981.
741. Oel-Monat, Anneliese, 1963-1981.
742. Oel, Peter, 1964-1966.
743. Oggiano, Angelo, 1973-1974.
744. Ollendorff, Fanny, 1933-1981.
745. Oprecht, Hans, 1974.
      See also Öffentlicher Dienst.
746. Orsch, Emmy, 1975-1981.
* Ortof, Murray E. see Society for the Study of Social Problems
747. Osborn, Wendy, 1960-1984.
748. Oschilewski, Walter G., 1971-1982.
749. O'Shea, Charles, 1963-1971.
       O'Shea, Phyllis, 1978-1981.
750. Osterroth, Raimund, 1953-1955.

Box 19
Folder

751. Overland, Mark E., 1965-1967.
752. Panken, Judge, 1935.
753. Pannwitz, Michael, 1977.
754. Partsch, Dr. (Institut zur Förderung öffentlicher Angelegenheiten), 1950.
755. Partzsch, Kurt, 1973.
756. Patel, Radha (Vakil), 1965-1983.
757. Patton, G.R., 1955.
758. Pauck, Olga, 1939-1943.
759. Paul, Helmut A., 1952-1958.
      See also Lecture Project, 1955-1956.
760. Paulsen, A., 1957.
761. Paulssen, Bertha, 1939-1940.
762. Pavlovic-Wasserzug, Marianne, 1932-1978.
      Fischer, Ruth, 1957.
763. Pechstein, J., 1968.
764. Perlis, Leo, 1963-1964.
765. Pernell, Ruby, 1963-1982.
766. Peters, Uwe H., 1976-1977.
767. Petersen, Käthe, 1975-1976.
768. Peterson, Leatha, 1966-1969.
769. Petrik, Olga, 1952-1981.
770. Pettes, Dorothy, 1971-1983.
771. Peyser, Dora, 1961-1964.
772. Pfeiffer, Elizabeth (Betty), 1955-1983.
773. Piefke, Fritz, 1977.
774. Pilisuk, Marc, 1971-1984.
      Pilisuk, Phyllis.
775. Pineas, Herman O., 1957-1964.
776. Pitkin, Hanna, 1972-1982.
777. Plotkin, Abraham, 1937-1950.
778. Pluskat, Käte, 1950-1959.
779. Powell, Maude, 1967-1984.
      Powell, Ralph.
780. Préfontaine, Norbert, 1972.
781. Preller, Ludwig, 1955-1957.
782. Presley, Betty, 1948-1962.
783. Prigmore, Charles S., 1964-1979.
784. Prozan, Charlotte, 1977.
785. Puender, Marianne, 1954-1964.
786. Pusic, Eugen, 1976-1982.
787. Putzrath, Heinz, 1953.
788. Quataert, Jean, 1970-1979.
789. Rabe, Friedel, 1964.
790. Rabinoff, George W., 1944-1969.
      Rabinoff, Jennie.
791. Rade, Gottfried, 1962-1963.
792. Rähmer, Fränze, 1957-1972.
793. Ranous, Mary, 1947-1958.
794. Ransohoff, Daniel J., 1964-1966.
795. Rapmund, Ruth, 1953-1982.
796. Rapoport, Lydia, 1965-1970.
797. Rasch-Bauer, Hermine, 1963.
798. Record, circa Wilson, 1958-1960.
799. Redl, Fritz, 1955.
800. Redmer, Axel, 1982-1984.
801. Regan, Kathleen, 1948-1958.
802. Rehfeld, Waltraud, 1976-1984.
803. Reichenbach, Benno, 1973.
804. Reichenbach, Karl, 1933.
805. Reichmann, Eva G., 1957-1977.
806. Reichmann, Grete, 1961-1963.
      See also Helene Simon.
807. Reid, Dwight, 1966.
808. Reidegeld, Eckart, 1982.
809. Reul, Myrtle, 1962-1981.
      Reul, Paul A.
* Rhea, David see Society for the Study of Social Problems
810. Richter, Theodore, 1951-1955.
811. Riesenfeld, Stefan A., 1964-1973.
812. Rimlinger, Gaston V., 1979.
813. Ringer, Franz, 1958.
814. Robson, Charles, 1979.
815. Roeder, Hedwig, 1949.
      Roeder, Richard.
816. Röder, Werner, 1971-1972.
817. Roelofs, H. Mark, 1965.
818. Rößler, Luise, 1947-1952.
819. Roestel, Günther, 1962-1981.
820. Roller, 1937-1938.
821. Romanofsky, Peter, 1978-1982.
822. Rosenau, Walter S., 1940.
823. Rosene, Russell D., 1970.
824. Rotten, Elisabeth, 1962.
825. Rottersmann, Rachel, 1948-1984.
826. Rowan, Joseph, 1963-1965.
827. Rubin, Arnold P., 1979.
828. Rubin, Augusta, 1964-1978, undated.
829. Rückmann, Christa, 1952-1953.
830. Rürup, Reinhard, 1977-1979.
831. Runkel, Erna, 1951-1962.
      See also Munich Conference, 1956.
832. Ruppelt, Hans, 1978.
833. Russ, Georg, 1934, 1939.
834. Ruybalid, Louis A., 1970.
835. S., Carley, 1951-1952.
836. Sachs, Emmy, 1973, 1978.
837. Sachße, Christoph, 1979-1980.
838. Sailer, Erna, 1954-1957.
839. Salzberger, Georg, 1949-1972.
      Salzberger, Charlotte, 1972, 1980.
* Salzberger, Isca see Wittenberg, Isca
840. Sand, René, 1933, 1953.
841. Sander, W., 1937.
842. Sanders, Daniel S., 1975-1984.
843. Sandvoß, Rainer, 1983.
844. Sapper, Harry J., 1952-1957.
845. Sato, Masayuki, 1980.
846. Sayre, John Nevin, 1965.
847. Schäfer, Dieter, 1976-1979.
848. Schäfers, Josef, 1972-1978.
* Schafer, Stephen see Society for the Study of Social Problems
849. Schalit, Edith Feilchenfeld, 1954.
850. Schanzenbach, Marta, 1973-1984.
851. Schauwecker, Hans-Hermann, 1962-1978.
      Schauwecker, Ellen.
852. Schellenberg, Ernst, 1954-1966.
853. Schellhorn, Walter (Deutsche Verein für öffentliche Fürsorge), 1974-1976.
854. Schemm, Elizabeth (Bettie), 1957-1970, undated.
855. Scherpner, Hans, 1954.
      See also Lecture Project, 1955-1956.
856. Schie, Gerhard, 1973-1981.
857. Schiefer, Jakob, 1966.
858. Schilling, Johannes, 1983-1984.
859. Schilling, K. G., 1974-1975.
860. Schindler, Julius, 1934-1940.
861. Schindler, Ruben, 1982-1983.
862. Schindler-Rainman, Eva, 1965-1981.
863. Schlingmann, Wilhelm, 1966-1967.
864. Schmitt, Harriet Polt, 1978.
865. Schnur, Alfred circa, 1964.
866. Schocken, Dora, 1943-1979.
867. Schocken, Theodore, 1973.
868. Schonfield, Hugh J., 1983.
869. Schreiber, Adele, 1933.
870. Schreiber, Franz, 1948.
871. Schrekinger, Albert, 1949-1963.
872. Schröter, Richard, 1951.
* Schroetter, Erich von, see German-American League for Culture, Chicago/ Deutschamerikanischer Kulturverband, Chicago
873. Schubert, Hermann, 1952-1964.
874. Schubert, Kurt, 1983.
875. Schubert, Margaret, 1979-1983.
876. Schuchardt, Irmgard, 1965-1974.
877. Schüpp, Dieter, 1980.
878. Schütz, José, 1933.
879. Schwabacher, Elsbeth, 1951-1976.
      Schwabacher, Albert.
880. Schwarz, Olga (Olly), 1940-1958.
881. Schwegler, Josef, 1933-1934.
882. Schwerin, Kurt, 1980.
* Scott, W. Richard see Society for the Study of Social Problems
883. Segalman, Ralph, 1977.
884. Segner, Elfriede, 1983.
885. Seidel, Eva, 1961-1963.
886. Seidler, Horst, 1981.
887. Selby, Margery, 1971-1979.
888. Selden, Jean, 1950-1957.
889. Selig, Jules, 1954-1978.
      Selig, Christl.
890. Selver, Heinrich (Henry), 1933-1957.
      Selver, Irmgard, 1958.
891. Severence, Sally, 1946-1984.
      Severence, Howard M.
892. Seymour, Helen, 1958-1962.
893. Shaffer, Alice circa, 1939-1960.
* Shrager, Jules see Society for the Study of Social Problems
894. Silberstein, Ernst, 1937-1961.
895. Silver, Joseph R., 1967-1970.
896. Simmel, Hertha, 1938-1945.
      Simmel, Ernst.
897. Simon, Ellen, 1953-1982.
898. Simon, Elisabeth, 1978.
899. Simon, Herbert, 1955-1957.
900. Simon, Leo, 1934.

Box 20
Folder

901. Simons, Savilla, 1953-1971, 1983.
902. Singh, Gurdip, 1965-1966.
903. Siporan, Max, 1983.
904. Skiba, Ernst-Günther, 1962-1971, 1978.
905. Small, F., 1933, 1965.
* Smigel, Erwin see Social Problems.
906. Smith, Rennie (Friends of Europe), 1933-1951.
      Smith, Lotte.
* Snyder, Charles R. see Society for the Study of Social Problems
907. Solis, Joseph H., 1972.
908. Solmitz, Karoline, 1939, 1963.
909. Souhami, Herta, 1960-1961.
910. Specht, Harry, 1968-1983.
911. Spencer, Esther circa, 1963-1964.
912. Spindler, Lore, 1953-1957.
913. Spiro, Shimon, 1976-1982.
914. Srivastava, Ram Gopal, 1962-1963.
915. Staniford, Edward F. (Ted), 1954-1974.
916. Staudinger, Hans, 1939.
      Staudinger, Else.
917. Steen, J. J., 1937-1938.
918. Stein, Herman D., 1954-1983.
919. Stein, Werner, 1965-1975.
* Steinitz, Hans see Aufbau (NY).
920. Steinthal, Eva, 1933, 1958.
921. Stephenson, E. P. (Red; Neighborhood House), 1956-1983.
      Stephenson, Madeleine.
922. Stern, Alfred P., 1945-1970.
      Stern, Ilse.
923. Stettner, Heinrich, 1959-1967.
      See also Hermann Luchterhand Verlag.
924. Stevenson, William (Bill), 1975-1984.
      Stevenson, Maria.
925. Steward, Newell, 1963.
926. Stewart, Katherine (Kay), 1952-1984.
927. Stoecker, Helene, 1941.
928. Stone, Olive, 1965-1971.
929. Strohm, Theodor, 1966.
930. Struß, Elisabeth, 1952-1953.
931. Stürzbecher, Manfred, 1979.
932. Sturm, Jean, 1946-1947, 1964-1973.
933. Sutton, Genevieve Mazo, 1950-1984.
* Taber, Merlin see Society for the Study of Social Problems
934. Taggert, Kay, 1948-1982.
935. Taub, Siegfried, 1941-1944.
      Taub, Elsa.
936. Teichler, Helene, 1949, 1961.
937. tenBroek, Jacobus, 1965-1966.
938. Thalheim, Karl circa, 1957.
939. Themal, Vera, 1980.
940. Thiele, Else, 1953-1955.
941. Theile, Gertrud, 1951-1983.
      Theile, Theodor, 1951-1972.
942. Thiruvady, Shrimati Chellamana, 1965-1980.
943. Thomas, Alexander, 1980.
944. Thomas, Cecil A., 1953-1963.
      Thomas, Fran, 1953-1970.
945. Thormann, Werner, 1934.
946. Thorun, Walter, 1960, 1963.
947. Thurman, Ernestine B., 1953.
* Tibbetts, Clark see Society for the Study of Social Problems
948. Tichauer, Erna, 1934-1938.
      Tichauer, Théodore.
949. Tiedt, Friedemann, 1979.
950. Tikijian, Madeline, 1951-1952.
951. Titmuss, Richard, 1962-1971.
      Titmuss, Kay, 1973-1982.
952. Trenk-Hinterberger, Peter, 1978-1981.
953. Trinchero, Agnes, 1961-1966.
954. Triseliotis, John P., 1980.
955. Tsao, P.L. (The Free China Relief Association), 1964-1984.
956. Tulatz, Herbert A., 1962-1979.
957. Turner, Dorothy, 1972-1983.
958. Turnowsky(-Pinner), Margaret, 1961.
959. Uelzen, E. K., 1947.
960. Ury, Augusta Rubin, 1952-1960.
961. Vakharia, Parin, 1956-1962.
* Vakil, Radha see Patel, Radha.
962. VanDePol, Ann, 1982.
963. van Oordt, Toot Bleuland, 1934-1940.
964. Van Veen, Bernard, 1964-1972.
965. Vasey, Wayne, 1952-1982.
966. Vasudevaraju, V. A., 1979.
967. Viénot, Pierre, 1933.
      Viénot, Andrée.
968. Vinter, Robert D., 1964.
      See also Society for the Study of Social Problems
969. Vitt, Walter, 1979.
970. Vöhringer, Norbert, 1977.
971. Vogel, Rolf (Deutschland-Berichte), 1965-1976.
972. Volbach, Walter, 1939-1940.
973. Volkmar, M., 1955.
974. Wade, Alan D., 1971-1982.
975. Wagatsuma, Hiroshi, 1960-1982.
976. Waldman, Morris D., 1934.
977. Walker, William (Bill), 1965-1967, 1982.
978. Wallerstein, Judith S., 1972-1976.
      Wallerstein, Robert.
979. Walter, Hilde, 1934-1937.
980. Wander, Otto, 1937-1971.
      Wander, Bertha.
981. Wanetick, Fay J., 1979.
982. Wardell, Winifred, 1947-1960.
983. Warren, Roland L., 1965, 1973.
      See also Society for the Study of Social Problems
984. Watson, Elizabeth, 1956-1957, 1981.
* Watson, Patricia circa see Society for the Study of Social Problems
985. Webb, Katherine, 1954.
986. Weber, Bernhard, 1974-1975.
987. Weber, Georg, 1967-1977.
988. Webler, Heinrich, 1975.
989. Wechsler, Hilde, 1968-1976.
990. Wee, Ann, 1970.
991. Weigert, Hans W., 1950.
992. Weinschenk, Klaus, 1978-1979.
993. Weisner, Stanley, 1974-1981.
994. Weiss, Peter, 1976-1978.
995. Wenzel, Gerd, 1982.
996. Wenzel, Irmela, 1960-1964.
997. West, Peggy, 1980-1984.
998. Westheimer, Ruth, 1976.
999. Westhoff, Winifred, 1974.
* Wheeler, Stanton see Society for the Study of Social Problems
1000. White, Carolyn, 1975-1982.
      White, Ralph.
1001. White, Leslie (Forum for Contemporary History), 1973.
1002. Wickert, Christl, 1982-1984.
1003. Wieler, Joachim, 1975-1983.
1004. Wiener, Alfred, 1960.
1005. Wiener, Jack, 1961-1982.
1006. Wilcox, Mark, 1963.
1007. Wildman, Leo, 1977.
1008. Wilensky, Hal, 1972-1976.
1009. Wilker, Karl, 1965-1978.
1010. Williams, Paula, 1977-1978.
1011. Williams, Robinson, 1953-1962.
      Williams, Billie.
1012. Wilson, Gertrude, 1964-1980.
1013. Wilson, Joe H. R., 1981-1982.
1014. Wilson, Louise A., 1965.
1015. Wilson, Meredith, 1963.
1016. Wilson, Suzanne, 1971-1972.
1017. Wiltse, Kermit, 1963-1982.
1018. Wimmer, Hein, 1953-1982.
      Wimmer, Trude.
1019. Windesheim, Hans, 1961-1982.
1020. Winkler, Heinrich August, 1976.
1021. Wissell, Rudolf, 1948-1962.
1022. Witsch, Werner, 1977-1978.
1023. Witte, Ernest F., 1948-1977.
1024. Wittelshoefer, Fritz, 1952-1957.
      Wittelshoefer, Lotte.
1025. Wolff, Fritz, 1935-1936.
1026. Wolff, Ida, 1953-1964.
1027. Wolff, Lina K., 1949-1952.
1028. Wolff, Max, 1937-1939.
1029. Wright, Helen R., 1942-1953.
      See also The Social Service Review.
1030. Wronsky, Siddy, 1936.
      See also Deutsche Zeitschrift für Wohlfahrtspflege.
1031. Würtenberger, Th., 1964.
1032. Wunderlich, Eva, 1966.
1033. Wunderlich, Frieda, 1940-1963.
      See also Helene Simon.
1034. Wynn, Dudley, 1959.
* Yang, Allency H. Y. see Young, Allen.
1035. Young, Allen H., 1970-1983.
1036. Young, Pauline, 1939, 1956.
1037. Younghusband, Eileen, 1954, 1977.
1038. Zacher, Hans, 1976.
1039. Zahy-Umbsen, Almuth, 1955.
1040. Zatkin, Kathie, 1978.
1041. Zenz, Gisela, 1978.
1042. zur Nieden, Margarete, 1960.


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1. Abstracts for Social Workers (NY), 1973-1977.
2. die aktion (Paris), 1933.
3. Allgemeine Hausbesitzerzeitung (Theodor Tichauer), 1932-1933.
4. Amelang Buchhandlung (Hans Benecke), 1961-1962.
5. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Sciences, 1960-1972.
6. Arbeiter-Zeitung (Vienna), 1933.
      Arbeiterwohlfahrt see Wunderlich, Frieda
7. Aufbau (NY; Manfred George, Hans Steinitz, Lawrence Leshnik), 1965-1982.
8. Beltz, Julius, Verlagsbuchhandlung, 1966-1971, 1982-1984.
9. Berufsberatung und Berufsbildung (Zurich), 1951-1955.
10. Bibliographia Judaica (Frankfurt/M; Renate Heuer), 1980.
11. Blätter der Wohlfahrtspflege (Stuttgart), 1964-1965.
12. Bornemann, Ernst (Festschrift zum 80. Geburtstag von Herrn Prof. Siegmund-Schultze; Sozialpädagogik in Selbstdarstellungen), 1964-1979.
13. Bourne. An Inmate Publication, 1941.
14. Carolina Academic Press (Linda Lacy), 1978-1980.
15. Child Welfare (Child Welfare League of America), 1961-1962.
16. Colloquium Verlag (Otto H. Hess; Hugo Haase biography), 1974-1977.
17. Crime and Delinquency, 1961.
18. Deutsche Arbeiter Zeitung (Winnipeg, Canada), 1937.
19. Deutsche Freiheit (Saarbrücken), 1933.
20. Deutsche Zeitschrift für Wohlfahrtspflege (Siddy Wronsky), 1933.
21. Deutsches Volksecho (NY), undated.
* Deutschland-Berichte see Rinner, Erich; Vogel, Rolf.
22. Dictionary of International Biography, 1975-1977.
23. J.H.W. Dietz Nachf. GmbH, 1976-1977.
24. Encyclopedia Judaica, 1970.
25. Die Familie (Herbert Wolfram), 1965.
26. Federal Probation, 1940.
27. The Free Press of Glencoe, 1962.
* Freies Deutschland see Sievers, Max.
28. Die Gemeinde, 1933.
29. Gesunde Jugend, 1929.
* Gesundheit und Wohlfahrt see Gonzenbach, Walther von
30. HIAS, 1981.
31. Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 1974.
32. Inter Nationes, 1966-1982.
33. The International Authors and Writers Who's Who, 1976.
34. International Biographical Archives and Dictionary of Central European Emigrés, 1933-45, 1977.
35. International Child Welfare Review, 1973.
36. International Labor and Working Class History (David Montgomery), 1978-1981.
37. International Scholars Directory, undated.
38. International Social Development Review, 1964-1965.
39. International Social Work (Werner Boehm), 1959-1980.
40. Internews, undated.
41. J. J. Little & Ives Co., Inc. (American Oxford Encyclopedia), 1962-1963.
42. Journal of International & Comparative Social Welfare, 1981.
43. Journal of Jewish Communal Service, 1964-1965.
44. Journal of Public Law, 1971.
45. Jüdische Sozialarbeit, 1964.
46. Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie.
47. G. Kroemer Verlag und Druckerei, 1966.
48. Look, 1969.
49. Hermann Luchterhand Verlag (Heinrich Stettner, Paul Seipp), 1957-1961.
50. Hermann Luchterhand Verlag (Paul Seipp), 1962-1965.
51. Hermann Luchterhand Verlag (Paul Seipp, Holger Knudsen), 1966-1983.
52. Luther Verlag, 1966.
53. Die Mahnung (Waltraud Rehfeld), 1976-1982.
54. Felix Meiner Verlag, 1975-1982.
55. Middle East Review, 1979.
56. Monthly Labor Review (Herbert circa Morton), 1969.
57. circa F. Müller Juristischer Verlag, 1980.
58. The Nation, 1981.
59. National Welfare Leaders Newsletter, 1968.
60. Die neue Gesellschaft, 1960.
61. Neue Praxis, 1973.
62. Neue Volks-Zeitung/Neue Volkszeitung (Gerhart H. Seger, Arnold Schroeder), 1937-1941.
63. Neuer Vortwärts, 1937.
64. Neuer Weg, 1937.
65. New Perspectives, 1967-1969.
66. News and Views (Chicago), 1939.
67. Newsweek, 1953.
68. Notable Americans/Notable American Women, 1977.
69. Öffentlicher Dienst, 1933.
70. Prentice-Hall, Inc. (re: Introduction to Social Welfare; Concepts and Methods of Social Work; International Social Welfare), 1955-1957.
71. Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1958-1960.
72. Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1961-1964.
73. Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1966-1974.
74. Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1975-1977.
75. Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1978-1979.
76. Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1980-1984.
77. The Prison Journal, 1967-1976.
78. Pro Juventute (Emil Jucker, J. Kunz), 1933-1965.
79. Prospective et Santé, 1978.
80. Public Welfare, 1960, 1979.
81. Radio Bremen, 1960-1963.
82. Random House, Inc., 1965-1966.
83. Recht der Jugend, 1958, 1976.
84. Reise- und Versand-Buchhandlung des Österreichischen Gewerkschaftsbundes, 1975.
85. RIAS Berlin, 1952, 1978-1979.
86. La Rivista di Servizio Sociale, 1965.
      See also Florea, Aurelia.
87. Rote Revue, 1934, 1937.
88. San Francisco Chronicle, 1953.
89. Schweizerische Krankenkassen-Zeitung, 1954-1955.
* Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Gesundheitspflege see Gonzenbach, Walther von
90. Social Casework, 1953-1961.
91. Social Problems, 1959-1962.
92. The Social Service Review, 1939-1982.
93. Social Work, 1963-1979.
94. Social Work Journal (Russell H. Kurtz), 1953.
95. Social Work Today (Frank circa Bancroft), 1939-1940.
96. Socialist Call, 1937.
97. Socialist Review, 1982.
98. Sozialärztliche Rundschau, 1933-1934.
* Soziale Arbeit see Quast, Sophie
99. Soziale Praxis, 1933-1934.
100. Soziale Welt, 1954-1964.
* Theorie und Praxis der Sozialen Arbeit see Jordan, Erwin.
101. Thomas, Wendelin (Public Voice Publishing Co., Inc.), 1940.
102. Transnational Perspectives, 1981.
103. Unsere Jugend (Andreas Mehringer), 1957-1970.
104. Volksfront, 1938.
105. Volksrecht, 1933-1934, 1937 (Robert Bolz).
106. Volksstimme, 1937.
107. Vorwärts, 1933.
108. Walter de Gruyter & Co., 1955.
109. Who's Who on the West Coast, 1948.
110. World Press Review, 1980.
111. Zeitlin Periodicals Company, 1967.
* Zeitschrift für Präventivmedizin see Egli, Robert
112. Zentralblatt für Jugendrecht und Jugendwohlfahrt, 1933.


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1. AAUN, 1959-1960.
2. Action, 1965.
3. Action Reconciliation/Service for Peace (Aktion Sühnezeichen/Friedensdienste e.V.; Susanne Willems), 1980-1982.
4. AKIM (Israel Association for Rehabilitation of the Mentally Handicapped), 1970-1977.
5. All India Crime Prevention Society, 1979.
6. The American Academy of Political and Social Science, 1952-1972.
7. American Association for Labor Legislation, 1940.
8. American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1971.
9. American Association on Emeriti of The National Committee on the Emeriti, Inc. (Albert Gordon), 1959-1984.
10. American Association of Retired Persons (AARP), 1979.
11. American Association of Schools of Social Work (AASW), 1949, undated.
12. American Association of Social Workers (Joseph P. Anderson), 1943-1953.
      See also Social Work Journal
13. American Association of University Professors (AAUP), 1963-1970.
14. American Bar Association, 1975.
15. American Conservatory Theatre Foundation, 1969, 1979.
16. American Friends of the Hebrew University, 1950.
17. American Friends Service Committee, 1941-1980.
18. American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), 1982-1984.
19. The American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, Inc., 1945-1946.
20. American Overseas Aid and United Nations Appeal for Children, 1948.
21. American Professors for Peace in the Middle East (APPME), 1977-1982.
22. American Public Welfare Association (APWA), 1960-1979.
23. The American Sociological Association, 1960.
24. American Veterans Committee, 1978-1979.
25. Americans for Democratic Action (ADA), 1952-1982.
26. AMHAI (Association for Mental Health Affiliation with Israel), 1982.
27. Amnesty International, 1972-1984.
28. Arbeiterwohlfahrt, 1956-1979
29. Arbeiterwohlfahrt, 1980-1984.
      See also related correspondence under: Wolfgang Bäuerle, Christa Hasenclever, Lotte Lemke, Heinz Niedrich, Fritz Thürnau, Hedwig Wachenheim
30. Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Jugendhilfe (AGJ), 1974.
31. Arbeitsgemeinschaft sozialdemokratischer Frauen, 1980.
32. Archiv der Arbeiterjugendbewegung, 1984.
* Archiv für Wohlfahrtspflege see Quast, Sofie
33. Asia Foundation, 1971.
34. Association for the Study of the World Refugee Problem (A.W.R.), 1964.
35. Association of Bay Area Governments, 1972.
36. Association of Voluntary Action Scholars, 1976.
37. Australian Crime Prevention Council, 1979.
38. Berkeley Community Chest, 1957.
39. Berufsverband der Sozialarbeiter, Sozialpädagogen, Heilpädagogen (Klaus-Rainer Martin), 1978-1979.
40. Blood for Israel, Inc., 1949.
41. B'nai B'rith, 1945-1967.
42. The British Refugee Council, 1983.
43. Bund der Verfolgten des Naziregimes (Waltraud Rehfeld), 1977-1983.
44. Bundesministerium für Jugend, Familie und Gesundheit, 1977.
45. Bundeszentrale für Politische Bildung, 1969.
46. California Alumni Association, 1979-1983.
47. California Children's Lobby, 1971-1974.
48. California Council for the Humanities in Public Policy, 1976.
49. California Human Services Organization, 1973.
50. California Social Workers Organization, Inc., 1969-1972.
51. circaA.R.E., 1984.
52. Carmel, California, 1979.
53. Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 1953.
54. Center for Constitutional Rights, 1978.
55. Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, 1967.
56. Centre International de Documentation Économique et Sociale Africaine (C.I.D.E.S.A.; J. B. Cuyvers), 1964, 1968.
57. Chicago Civil Liberties Committee, 1939.
58. Chicago Relief Administration, 1937.
59. Chicago Society for Personality Study, 1939-1940.
60. Children's Aid International, 1979-1981.
61. Children's Home Society of California, undated (1956).
62. Children's Village U.S.A., 1980.
63. Committee for Change, 1973.
64. Committee for National Health Insurance, 1973.
65. The Committee of Responsibility, Inc., 1970-1973.
66. Common Cause, 1970.
67. Common Council for American Unity, 1946-1952.
68. Commonwealth Club of California, 1946.
69. The Community Council of the Jewish Charities of Chicago, 1946.
70. Community Projects Foundation, 1982-1983.
71. The Comstock Club, Inc., 1971-1972.
72. Conference Board of Associated Research Councils, 1959.
73. Congregation Beth-El, Berkeley, 1945.
74. Co-op (Consumer's Cooperative of Berkeley, Inc.), 1940-1982.
75. Council for a Livable World, 1979.
76. Council of Social Planning, Alameda County, 1962-1963.
77. Council on Social Work Education, 1958-1984.
      See also Kendall, Katherine A.
78. Dee-Scofield Awareness Program, Inc., 1982.
79. Democratic Club, 1982-1983.
* Deutschamerikanischer Kulturverband (Chicago) see German-American League for Culture
* Deutsch-amerikanisches Hilfskomittee für die Opfer des Faschismus, see German-American Relief Committee for Victims of Fascism
* Deutsch-Amerikanisches Hilfskomitee zur Unterstützung des spanischen Freiheitskampfes, see German-American Committee for Spanish Relief
80. Deutsch Amerikanisches Institut, Amerika Haus Nuernberg e.V., 1967.
81. Deutsche Stiftung für Internationale Entwicklung, 1976-1978.
82. Deutsche Vereinigung für Jugendgerichte und Jugendgerichtshilfen, 1952-1975
      See also Petersen, K@the; Sieverts, Rudolf
83. Deutscher Berufsverband der Sozialarbeiter und Sozialpädagogen e.V. (Else Funke), 1974-1983.
84. Deutscher Koordinierungsrat der Gesellschaften für Christlich-Jüdische Zusammenarbeit e.V., 1980.
85. Deutscher Landesausschuss der Internationalen Konferenz für Sozialarbeit (Dr. Zapf), 1961.
86. Deutscher Verein für öffentliche und private Fürsorge, 1957-1983
      See also Fichtner, Otto; Muthesius, Hans; Pense, Rudolf
87. Deutsches Jugendinstitut (Vera Kuhlen), 1973.
* Dolci, Danilo see Friends of Danilo Dolci, Inc.
88. Emergency Committee of Atomic Scientists (signed A. Einstein), 1947.
89. Emergency Rescue Committee, 1941.
90. Environmental Task Force, undated.
91. European American Students Club, 1969.
92. European Centre for Social Welfare Training and Research (Helga Nowotny), 1978-1982.
      See also Vienna Institute for Development.
93. Evangelische Akademie Arnolshain, 1979-1980.
94. Family Service of Berkeley, 1972.
95. Farmworkers Justice Fund, 1983.
96. Fellowship of Reconciliation, 1979.
97. Find Me, Inc., 1982.
98. First Congregational Church, Berkeley, 1957.
99. The Ford Foundation, 1958.
100. Forum for Contemporary History, undated.
* The Fourth World see International Movement A.T.D., The Fourth World
101. Free China Relief Association (Ku Cheng-kang), 1975.
102. Freiburg, Seminar für Sozialarbeit, 1973.
103. Freie Universität, Berlin, 1967-1969.
104. Friedrich Ebert Stiftung (Horst Heidermann), 1974-1981.
105. Friends of Danilo Dolci, inc., 1962-1982.
106. Friends of Europe, undated.
      See also Smith, Rennie.
107. Friends of German Freedom (Mary Fox), 1937-1939.
108. Friends of the Earth/Marin-Sonoma, 1980.
109. Fulbright Commission, 1962-1969.
110. Fund for an Open Society, 1984.
111. German-American Committee for Spanish Relief (Deutsch-Amerikanisches Hilfskomitee zur Unterstützung des spanischen Freiheitskampfes), 1938.
112. German-American League for Culture, Chicago (Deutschamerikanischer Kulturverband; Erich von Schroetter), 1937-1940.
113. German-American Relief Committee for Victims of Fascism (Deutsch-Amerikanisches Hilfskomitee für die Opfer des Faschismus), 1940.
114. German Information Center, 1971-1977.
115. German Jewish Aid Committee, 1939.
116. Gray Panthers Project Fund, 1983-1984.
117. Hauptjugendamt Berlin, 1954.
118. Hebrew Sheltering and Immigrant Aid Society of America, 1939.
119. Historische Kommission zu Berlin, 1973-1974.
120. The Holocaust Library and Research Center of San Francisco, 1980-1983.

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121. Home for Jewish Parents, 1978.
122. Hong Kong Discharged Prisoners' Aid Society, 1979.
123. Hull House Association, 1974-1976.
124. Human Assistance Programs (HAP), Inc., 1983.
125. Humanitas International, undated.
126. Independent Action, 1981.
127. Institut für soziale Arbeit e.V., 1983.
128. Institut für soziales Design, 1981-1982.
129. Institute for Democratic Socialism, 1981-1982.
130. Institute for the Study of Conscious Evolution, 1982.
131. Inter-University European Institute on Social Welfare, 1978.
132. International Association for Community Development, 1980-1981.
133. International Association of Schools of Social Work, 1960-1984.
134. International Conference of Social Work, 1952-1979.
135. International Council on Social Welfare (Reuben circa Baetz, Joe R. Hoffer, Kate Katzki, Kenneth Kindelsperger, John MacDonald, Rudolf Pense), 1969-1984.
136. International Ecology University (I.E.U.), undated.
137. International Federation of Social Workers, 1974.
138. International Institute of the East Bay, 1979.
139. International Movement, A.T.D., The Fourth World (Fanchette Clement-Fanelli), 1979-1982.
140. The International Platform Association, 1968-1980.
141. International Rescue and Relief Committee/International Rescue Committee (Eva Lewinski, Sheba Strunsky), 1942-1983.
142. International Social Security Association, 1980.
143. International Society for Community Development, 1969-1980.
144. International Society for the Welfare of Cripples, 1956.
145. International Sociological Association, 1980.
146. International Stamp Club, undated.
147. International Student Club of America, 1969.
148. International Union for Child Welfare, 1962-1971.
149. Internationales Institut für Medien und Entwicklung/International Institute for Media and Development, 1978.
150. Intertribal Friendship House, 1971.
151. Israeli Association of Social Workers, 1978.
152. Jewish Club of 1933, 1977.
153. Jewish Public Relations Council, 1945, 1977.
154. John Woolman School, 1964, 1978.
155. Joint Committee on International Social Work of Northern California, 1952-1953.
156. Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation, 1959.
157. Jugendamt Düsseldorf, 1981.
158. Kölnische Gesellschaft für christlich-jüdische Zusammenarbeit, 1983.
159. Korean Relief, Inc., 1974.
160. KPFA (radio station), 1955-1963.
161. KQED (TV station), 1970-1981.
162. Krohn-Rhodes Research Institute, Inc., 1967.
163. League for Industrial Democracy, 1937, undated.
164. Leo Baeck Institute, 1962-1966.
165. Livingston, David, Foundation, 1974.
166. London Institute for Applied Research, undated.
167. MASS, 1982.
168. The Menninger Foundation, 1965, 1979.
169. Mental Hygiene Society of Northern California, 1945.
170. Michigan State University, 1959, 1972.
171. Middle East Institute, 1982.
172. Middlebury College, 1966.
173. Minnesota Welfare Association, 1965.
174. Missing Persons & Violent Crime Victims, 1982.
175. The Montclair-Greater Oakland Democratic Club, 1982-1983.
176. MRI (Mental Research Institute), 1974.
177. Mütterschutzverband unehelicher Besatzungskinder in Deutschland e.V. (Luis Jedelhauser), 1955.
178. National Assembly for Social Policy and Development, Inc., 1973.
179. National Association of Counties (NACo), 1977.
180. National Association of Social Workers (National and Golden Gate Chapter), 1958-1964.
181. National Association of Social Workers (National and Golden Gate Chapter), 1965-1966.
182. National Association of Social Workers (National and Golden Gate Chapter), 1967.
183. National Association of Social Workers (National and Golden Gate Chapter), 1968.
184. National Association of Social Workers (National and Golden Gate Chapter), 1969.
185. National Association of Social Workers (National and Golden Gate Chapter), 1970.
186. National Association of Social Workers (National and Golden Gate Chapter), 1971.
187. National Association of Social Workers (National and Golden Gate Chapter), 1972-1974.
188. National Association of Social Workers (National and Golden Gate Chapter), 1975-1980.
189. National Association of Social Workers (National and Golden Gate Chapter), 1981-1984.
190. National Committee on Employment of Youth, 1963.
191. National Conference of Social Work / National Conference on Social Welfare (Joe R. Hoffer), 1946-1963.
192. National Conference on Social Welfare (Joe R. Hoffer), 1964.
193. National Conference on Social Welfare (Joe R. Hoffer), 1965-1983.
* National Coordinating Committee For Aid to Refugees and Emigrants Coming From Germany see Davidson, Cecilia Razovsky
194. National Federation of Settlements and Neighborhood Centers, 1963.
195. National Indian Youth Council, Inc., 1976.
196. National Institute of Mental Health, 1981.
197. National Sharecroppers Fund, 1965.
198. Nationalkomittee für seelische Gesundheit, 1979.
199. NATO Commission on Changes of Modern Society, 1978.
200. Neighborhood House (E. P. "Red" Stephenson), 1957-1965.
201. Neue Erziehung e.V., 1983.
202. New America, 1983.
203. The Northbrae Woman's Club, 1970.
204. Northern California Ecumentical Council, 1978.
205. Northern California Service League, 1969-1971.
206. Notgemeinschaft Deutscher Wissenschaftler im Ausland (F. Demuth), 1934-1937.
207. Oakland Symphony, 1980.
208. Olympic Games, 1975.
209. Oxfam America, undated.
210. PACE (Political Action for Candidate Election), 1978-1982.
211. The Pacific Sociological Society, 1960-1980.
212. Pallotine Missionaries, 1974.
213. Peace & Social Action Council, 1983.
214. People's Development Program/Peoples Voices (Jim Bernard), 1968-1972.
215. People's Peace (Ernest Caldecott), 1947-1948.
216. Planned Parenthood, 1972.
217. Prisoner's Aid – general, 1981-1982.
218. Prisoner's Aid – Austria, 1979.
219. Prisoner's Aid – England, 1979.
220. Prisoner's Aid – Germany (Bundeszusammenschluß für Straffälligenhilfe), 1979.
221. Prisoner's Aid – India, 1979.
222. Prisoner's Aid – Kenya, 1979.
223. Prisoner's Aid – The Netherlands, 1979.
224. Prisoner's Aid – New Zealand, 1979.
225. Prisoner's Aid – Switzerland, 1979.
226. Pro Familia (Anna Luise Prager), 1976.
227. Pro Seneosute, 1984.
228. Prospect Park Co-op, 1963-1965.
229. Project HOPE, 1972, 1983.
230. Quakers, 1961-1982.
231. Retired Public Employees' Association, 1979-1984.
232. Roosevelt, Eleanor, Memorial Fund, 1963.

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233. Sakharov, Andrei, Defense Campaign, 1980-1981.
234. San Francisco International Program for Youth Leaders and Social Workers, Inc., 1966-1967.
235. San Jose Peace Center, 1984.
236. SANE, 1977, 1980.
237. Save San Francisco Bay Association, 1963-1981.
238. Save the Children International Union/Union Internationale de Secours aux Enfants, 1940.
* Schweizerische Gemeinnützige Gesellschaft see Rickenbach, Walter
239. Schweizerische Gesellschaft für Präventivmedizin, 1965-1980.
240. Selfhelp of Emigres from Central Europe, Inc. (Fred S. Weissman), 1939-1966.
241. Selfhelp of Chicago, Inc./Selfhelp Home for the Aged, Inc., 1960-1983.
242. Smithsonian Institution, undated.
243. Social Democrats / Young Social Democrats, 1978-1983.
244. Social Security Administration, 1949.
245. Social Service Administration Club, 1939.
246. Social Service Bureau of the East Bay, Inc., 1983
247. Social Welfare History Group, 1975.
248. Social Workers' Non-Partisan Committee for Roosevelt, 1944.
249. Socialist Party, 1937.
250. Society for the Study of Social Problems, 1959-1984.
251. Society for the Study of Social Problems, 1963-1965 (A-C).
252. Society for the Study of Social Problems, 1963-1965 (D-K).
253. Society for the Study of Social Problems, 1963-1965 (L-M).
254. Society for the Study of Social Problems, 1963-1965 (N-Z).
255. Society for the Study of Social Problems, Committee on Poverty and Human Resources (Louis A. Ferman), 1965-1966.
256. Society for the Study of Social Problems – memos, programs.
257. Society for the Study of Social Problems – membership lists.
258. SOS Children's Town, Austria / SOS-Kinderdörfer, 1961-1983.
259. Sozialistische Jugend Deutschlands / Die Falken, 1984.
260. Spanish Refugee Relief Campaign, 1939.
261. Sproul (Gordon & Ida) Scholarship Fund, 1958.
262. St. Labre Indian School, undated.
263. Stanley Foundation, 1981.
264. Study Abroad, Inc. – Munich conference arrangements, 1954-1956.
265. Study Abroad, Inc. – Rome conference arrangements, 1959-1961.
266. Study Abroad, Inc. – Athens conference arrangements, 1963-1964.
267. Study Abroad, Inc., 1966-1970.
268. Study Group on Social Change and Correctional Services, 1965-1966.
269. The Summer School of Painting at Saugatuck, Michigan, 1940.
270. Swedish International Development Society, 1978.
271. Twin Cities International Program for Youth Leaders and Social Workers, 1964.
272. UNESCO, 1978-1981.
      See also Hackbarth, Dorothy.
273. UNICEF (Norman Acton; Mrs. Carter Collins; Irma-Lotte Haesler-Oeser; Gräfin von Rantzau), 1955-1983.
274. Unitarian Service Committee, undated.
275. United Farm Workers, 1973.
276. United Nations Association of the United States of America, 1947-1983.
277. United States Committee for Refugees, 1981.
278. U. S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare/Federal Security Agency (Dorothy Lally; Elisabeth Shirley Enochs), 1951-1982.
279. U. S. Educational Commission in the Federal Republic of Germany (Fulbright Commission), 1958.
280. United States High Commissioner for Germany (HICOG), 1952.
281. United States Purchasing Exchange, 1982-1984.
282. United World Federalists, 1963-1969.
283. University of California, Berkeley, 1946-1983.
284. University of California, Berkeley – YMCA/YWCA – Stiles Hall, 1960-1976.
285. University of Chicago, 1939-1978.
286. University of Minnesota (John circa Kidneigh), 1963-1964.
287. University of Southern California, 1948.
288. UNRRA, 1945-1948.
289. Verein Sozialistischer Aerzte, 1931.
290. Victor Gollancz-Stiftung, 1972.
291. Vienna Institute for Development, 1978.
292. Vietnam Moratorium Committee, undated.
293. Weltkomitee für die Opfer des Hitlerfaschismus, 1933.
294. Wiesenthal, Simon, Center, 1981, undated.
295. Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, 1974.
296. World Affairs Council of Northern California, 1947.
297. World Conference on Agricultural Reform, 1979.
298. World Federalists Association, 1980-1984.
299. World Federation for Mental Health, 1959-1977.
300. World Health Organization, 1977.
301. World Without War Council, 1975.
* Young Social Democrats see Social Democrats.
302. Youth Institute for Peace in the Middle East, 1982-1984.
303. Zweites Deutsches Fernsehen (ZDF), 1980.


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1. Abzug, Bella, 1977 (form letter).
2. Allen, John J., Jr., 1950.
3. Altmaier, Jakob, 1959-1960.
4. Bach, Otto, 1952-1953.
5. Bates, Thomas H. (Tom), 1972-1982 (mostly form letters, newsletters).
6. Berger, Liselotte, 1975.
7. Brandt, Willy, 1952-1983.
8. Brown, Edmund G., 1961-1970.
9. Burton, John L., 1968-1974.
10. Burton, Phillip, 1980.
11. Byrd, R. (Senator), 1963.
12. Carter, Jimmy, 1977.
13. Church, Frank, 1971.
14. Citron, Klaus J. (Generalkonsul), 1963-1966.
15. Coelho, Tony, 1982.
16. Cohelan, Jeffrey, 1961-1970.
17. Collins, Jack, 1979.
18. Cooper, Fred F., 1970.
19. Coto, Joe, 1974.
20. Cranston, Alan, 1970-1983.
21. Cranston, Alan. Newsletters, 1971-1983.
22. Culver, John circa, 1979.
23. Cuomo, Mario, undated.
24. Davis, Paul K., 1972.
25. Dellums, Ronald V., 1971-1983.
26. Dellums, Ronald V. Newsletters, 1971-1983.
27. Douglas, Paul H., 1940.
28. Duncan, John B., 1963.
29. Engle, Claire, 1961-1963.
30. Eppler, Erhard, 1962-1981.
31. Erhart, Karl, 1958.
32. Erler, Fritz, 1962-1966.
33. Exner, Kurt, 1952-1984.
34. Focke, Katharina, 1983.
35. Fong Eu, March, 1977-1983.
36. Fulbright, J.W., undated.
37. Garamendi, John, 1982.
38. Gibson, Marge, 1979, 1982.
39. Graw, Richard O., 1952-1966.
      Graw, Ann Mary, 1971.
40. Grün, Gertrud, 1959.
41. Harder, Eric H., 1973-1974.
42. Holmdahl, John W., 1961-1974.
43. Holzapfel, Hans, 1969.
44. Huber, Antje, 1979-1980.
45. Huffman, Rufus circa, 1983.
46. Kasper, Hans, 1980.
47. Kempff, Guenther, 1978.
48. Kennedy, Edward M., 1973-1979 (form letters only).
49. Kennedy, John F. (Ralph A. Dungan), 1961-1963.
50. Kent, Roger, 1972.
51. King, Coretta Scott (form letter), undated.
52. Klehs, Johan, undated.
53. Kliemt, Walter, undated.
54. Korber, Horst, 1968.
55. Kreutzer, Paul, 1972.
56. Krumwiede, Kurt, 1959-1964.
57. Kuchel, Thomas, 1953-1968.
58. Lankes, Hans Christian, 1953, undated.
59. Laurenson, Elizabeth, undated (form letter).
60. Levin, Carl, undated.
61. Liehr, H., 1971.
62. Liery (Kiery), Frau Dr., 1961.
63. Lockyer, Bill, undated.
64. Long, Russell, 1967.
65. Lund, John, 1953-1961.
66. Mailliard, William S., 1962.
67. May, Bernice, 1955-1963.
68. McCloskey, Paul N., Jr., 1971.
69. McGovern, George, 1965-1981.
70. McHugh, Edward W., 1972.
71. Meade, Kenneth (Ken), 1968-1975 (mostly form letters).
72. Metzenbaum, Howard M., 1982.
73. Michelsen, Harald, 1963.
74. Miniclier, Louis M., 1952-1958.
      See also Lecture Project, 1955-1956.
75. Mondale, Walter F., 1982.
76. Moore, Hugh, 1961.
77. Moore, Mary, 1977, undated.
78. Moore, Vernon, 1966.
79. Motz, Guenther, 1972-1974.
80. Mulford, Don, 1968, undated.
81. Nader, Ralph, Public Citizen, Inc. (form letters), undated.
82. Neumueller, Paul, 1975.
83. Nixon, Richard M., 1969.
84. Nölling, Wilhelm, 1976-1984.
85. Nostitz, Siegfried von, 1963-1969.
86. Oakland, California, 1973-1984.
87. O'Brien, Charles, 1970.
88. O'Neill, Thomas P. (Tip), 1979.
89. Persitzer, Schoschana, undated.
90. Petris, Nicholas circa, 1967-1984.
91. Plath, Otto, 1953.
92. Price, Electra Kimble, 1969.
93. Raiji, Jayashri, 1954-1955.
94. Reagan, Ronald, 1981.
95. Reichel, Ilse, 1978.
96. Renger, Annemarie, 1972, 1981.
97. Renthe-Fink, Dr. von, 1960.
98. Reuter, Ernst, 1951.
99. Riles, Wilson, 1970.
100. Roberti, David, 1982.
101. Rumford, W. Byron, 1966.
102. Salinger, Pierre (form letter), undated.
103. Schrade, Paul, 1968.
104. Schuenke, Lothar, 1975-1976.
105. Schütz, Klaus, 1967-1976.
106. Schumacher, Kurt, 1948-1949, undated.
107. Short, Alan, 1959.
108. Sommer, Erich F., 1968-1971.
109. Stark, Fortney H., Jr., 1976.
110. Stevenson, Adlai (form letter), 1980.
111. Stobbe, Dietrich, 1977.
112. Suhr, Otto, 1951-1955.
      Suhr, Susanne, 1957.
      See also Lecture Project, 1955-1956.
113. Sund, Olaf, 1978.
114. Sutter, John, 1973-1979.
115. Tarnowski, Senator, 1978.
116. Tunney, John V., 1969-1975 (mostly form letters).
117. Udall, Morris K., 1983-1984.
118. Unruh, Jesse M., 1964-1970.
119. Waldie, Jerome R., 1972.
120. Wehner, Herbert, 1974.
121. Weinberger, Hans, 1958-1979.
122. Westphal, Heinz, 1970-1974.
123. Weyl, Michael, undated.
124. Williams, Harrison, 1969.
125. Wilson, Mayor Lyonel J., undated.
126. Wurche, Gottfried, 1977.
127. Young, Bryce, 1963.


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1. A – miscellaneous correspondence:
Abdullah, Siti, 1982; Abels, Heinz, 1973; Ackerman, Alan Russell, 1983; Adair, Myrtle, 1940; Adams, James D., 1966; Ahlborg, Gosta, 1958; Ahmed, Mary, undated; Alexander, Brigitte, undated; Alexander, Jenni, 1939; Allen, Mildred, 1949; Almquist, Marja, 1957; Andersen, Al, 1977; Anderson, Leila, 1946; Anton, Lydia, 1948; Antony, Teresa, undated; Armstrong & Armstrong (insurance), 1976-1980; Arnold, Jean, 1977-1978; Arnold, Peggy, undated; Ash, Marian, 1967; Ashley, Joy, 1982.
2. B – Be – miscellaneous correspondence:
Baez, Sister Joan (Humanitas International), 1982; Baldridge, Clara, 1960; Baldwin, Stuart, undated; Balive (Benndorf), Alice, 1948; Bank für Gemeinwirtschaft, 1979-1980; Bank für Handel und Industrie A.G., 1981; Bank of America, 1976; Barnett, Arthur & Virginia, [1954]; Bauer, Fred H., 1950; Bauer, Louise, undated; Baum, Arno, 1984; Baum, M., 1940; BBC Publications, 1959; Bellah, Robert N., 1972; Bendix, Ferdinand & Ursula. 1973; Benson, William, 1973; Berg, Paul S.D., 1960; Bergel, Kurt, undated; Bernhardt-Grisson, F.R., 1960; Beyer, Alfred, 1966.
3. Bi – Bo – miscellaneous correspondence:
Bias, John H., 1970; Bing, Gretl, 1953; Blackman, Nelson, 1955; Blumenthal, 1937; Böhm, Jürgen, 1980; Bogner, Max & Marta, 1974; Boling, John C., 1971; Bolton, Karl August, 1952; Bonnikson, Hester & Donald, undated; Boolookas, Angelyn, 1943-1944; Borchert, Peter, 1974; Borgmann, Klaus Hermann, 1976; Borkowski, Zoe, 1976; Bornstein, J., undated; Boyd, Lawrence, 1982-1984.
4. Br – Bz – miscellaneous correspondence:
Brauer, L., 1933; Brauner, Erwin P., 1948-1949; Brazda, Jerome F., 1977; Brems, Hans & Ulla, 1951-1953; Bresson, Annie (Nanette), 1934; Breuer, Josef, 1940; Brimm, Wally, 1919; Broch, Inga 1949; Brooks, Anne M., 1977; Brotsman, R. Paul, 1948; Brown, James, 1944; Brownlee, Aleta, 1953; Brugge, Florence, undated; Bruppacher, Rudolf, 1978; Bry, Gerhard, 1975; Buchanan, Anne, 1966-1983; Buckley, Dorothy W., undated; Bütow, S., 1957; Buki, Hans & Else, 1939, 1963; Buki, Meta, 1919; Buki, Thea, 1951; Burgy, Kathleen, undated; Burnett, Mary, circa 1968.
5. C – Ci – miscellaneous correspondence:
Calvary, Anna & Ellen, 1950; Canh, Pham Xuan, 1965; Cappel, Else, 1969-1972; Carlson, Virginia L., 1976, undated; Carsten, Anne Luise, 1937; Carter, Rintha M., 1984; Cecchetti, Ruth, 1984; Cenard, Florence, 1974-1975; Chandravithun, Nikom, 1961; Chao, Patricia, 1980; Chase, Frances, 1977; Chave, Ernest J. & Winnifred, 1953-1960; Cheviacoff, George, 1940; Cheyez, Ilse, 1933; Chickering, Martha, 1976; Cho, Theresa, 1977, 1979; Choate, Evelyn, undated; Christien, Ingrid, 1981; Cibilich, Slanka, 1984.
6. Cl – Cz – miscellaneous correspondence:
Claessens, Dieter, undated; Clark, Agnes, undated; Clark, Margaret & Miles, 1939, undated; Clarke, Donald A., 1953; Cleland, Dick, 1962; Cohn, Benno, 1959; Cole, Al & Virginia, undated; Collins, Betty, undated; Collins, Helen & Manfred, 1954-1966; Columbia University Press, 1975; Commentary. A Jewish Review, 1945; Compton, Charles & Beulah, undated; Conant, Margaret, 1965; Connell, Richard P., 1976; Conrad, Sue, 1971; Cook, Leon, undated; Corman, Rinda, 1937; Costigan, Edna, 1943-1945; Coughlan, Barbara C., 1948; Cronheim, Eva, 1943; Crowell Collier Book Services, Inc., 1969; Cuddy, Louise, 1962; Cunningham, Clarence M. (Ted), 1974.
7. Da – De – miscellaneous correspondence:
Daniel, Fritz, 1950; Dansky, Eleanor, 1982; Dawson, Peggy, undated; deBruin, Eska, 1977; Delbanco, Waldemar, 1952; de Soto, Eleanor, 1956-1974, undated; de Soto, Luci & Mike, undated; de Soto, Mel, undated; Deutsche Bibliothek, 1976; Deutsche Verlagsanstalt, 1972; Deutscher, Irvin, 1965.
8. Di – Dy – miscellaneous correspondence:
Diederich, Mina, 1950; Dien Thi To, L., 1977; Dinh, Nguyen, 1979; Dissent (NY), 1979-1984; Doctor, Tom, 1978; Dodson, Loretta, 1981; Don, Robert, 1974-1981; Donnelly, Terrence M., 1972; Dosmar, Martin, 1935-1939; Dozier, DeeAnne, 1964; Drogin, Eugene, 1977; Dubin, Miriam, 1977-1983; Dunham, (Mrs.) Arthur, 1981; Duveneck, Josephine W., 1950; Dye, Grover C., 1982.
9. E – miscellaneous correspondence:
Eicher, Lydia, 1961; Einstein, H. A., undated; Eisenstadt, Mark H., 1965; Eisfelder, Hanna, 1933; Eisler-Plenchet, Elfriede, 1941; Elberg, Johann-Dietrich, 1974; Elkin, Judith, 1977; Ellingston, John R., 1964; Ellis, John, undated; Emeneau, Murray B., 1965; Englehart, Lotte, 1975; Ericksen, Mildred, 1958; Erskine, Hannah R., 1952; Evans, Richard O., 1949.
10. F – Fe – miscellaneous correspondence:
Fahnler, Lina, 1954; Falkenberg, Lucie, 1967; Falkenberg, Margareta, 1967; Fallers, Margaret, 1961; Faust, Dr., 1939; Fearing, Friederike, 1960; Fearnside, Ward & Marg; Féder, Luis & Helene, 1958; Feder, Maria, 1973; Fehr, Leela, 1972; Feiges, Bernice, 1939; Feinstein, Echael & Sally, undated; Fekula, Olga, 1951, undated; Feldman, Yonatu, 1952; Feldstein, David, 1960.
11. Fi – Fo – miscellaneous correspondence:
Fiedler, Marianne, 1978; First Federal Savings & Loan Association of San Rafael, 1977; Fischdick, Gustav, 1957; Fischel, Walter J., 1970; Fischer, W., 1933; Fitz, John, 1977; Flatow, Ilse, 1977; Flindt, Elfriede, 1963; Flinn, Catharine, 1961; Flint, James C., 1953; Flitcraft, Harold W., 1937; Foerster, Irmtraut, 1966; Forßmann, Werner, 1973-1975; Foster, Nellie, 1947-1958; Fox, Sylvia, 1974.
12. Fr – Fu – miscellaneous correspondence:
Fraczek, Eryka, 1978, 1983; Frankl, Viktor E., 1979; Fraser, Ada, 1944; Fredericksen, Hazel & Paul, undated; Freedom & Union. Journal of the World Republic, undated; Freudenheim, Ernest S., 1940; Friedländer, Anni, 1969; Friedlaender, Otto, 1953; Friedlander, Ruth, 1982, undated; Friedlaender, Walter, 1957; Friedman, Ernest L., 1949; Fritsch, Otto Ernst, 1978-1979; Frood, Norah, 1953; Fuerst, Ruth, 1947; Fulder, Margaret, 1972; Furniss, Norma, 1983; Fuss, Ruth, 1945, 1951.
13. G – Ge – miscellaneous correspondence:
Gabriel, John A., 1969; Galves, Mrs. Albert, 1965; Gammler, Hannelore, 1969-1979; Gandhi, Freny, 1970-1972; Gaposchkin, Sergei, 1981; Garg, Pulin, 1965; Garga, Om Nath, 1960; Garvey, George, 1975; Gaston-Reeves, Eugenia, 1984; Gehrt, Marie, 1958; Geiger, W. & Maria, undated; George, Hanna, 1983; Gerschenkron, Alexander, 1951; Gerstl, Else, 1964-1984; Gerth, Hans & Nobuko, 1957; Gettleman, Marvin E., 1976; Geuss, William, 1978.
14. Gi – Go – miscellaneous correspondence:
Ginsberg, Leon, 1982; Glabe, Donald B., 1967; Glick, Mary Bell, 1945; Glover, Lydia M., 1937, undated; Godspeed, Esther, 1946; Goetzel, Franz R., 1959-1967; Gold, Sandra, undated; Goldberg, Carolyn Lehmann, undated; Goldmann, Ernst & Maria, 1939-1940; Goldsmith, Samuel A., undated; Goldstein, Carol K., 1939; Goldstein, Fred J., undated; Goldstein, Herbert, 1959, 1969; Gontersweiler, Emil & Ursula (née Lüchinger), 1952-1953; Goodner, E. Weil, 1940; Goodwin, Edith, undated; Goodwin, Rachel, 1977; Gordon, Robert A., 1958; Gorman, Joanna F., 1970; Gottstein, Werner, 1940.
15. Gr – Gy – miscellaneous correspondence:
Graff, Kurt, 1973; Graupe, Doris, 1947; Greene, Bruno, 1964; Greene, Kim, 1973; Griffin, Connie & Jere, 1969-1981; Grigg, Ernest G.; Groeppler, Albert, 1962; Grossheit, Cläre, undated; Grueneberg, Ruth, 1958, 1964; Gruenewald, Ludwig, 1937-1939; Grunenwald, Lucia, 1979; Grunwald, Rose, 1964; Grunze, Heinz, 1952; Gumprecht, Nancy, 1977; Gunz, H., 1940, 1946; Gurawitch, Tania, 1935; Gutenberger, Brigitte, 1979; Gymnastic lessons, 1934-1957.
16. H – Ham – miscellaneous correspondence:
Haas, Lise, 1956; Haas, Sally & Ursula, 1946; Haaser, Albert, 1977; Haaser, Maria, 1936; Haaser, Max, 1952; Haber, Joseph, 1963; Habermann, Ingrid, 1976; Hahn, F., 1935; Haid, Armind, 1935; Haier, Maja, 1983; Haines, John, 1978; Hall, Calvin & Rita, 1968; Haller, Willi, 1983; Halpern, Bill & Janet, 1974, 1982; Hamburger, Franz, 1982; Hamerquist, Betty, 1982; Hamilton, Lillian, 1954-1955; Hammer, Gerda, 1978; Hammer, Walter, 1958.
17. Han – Hay – miscellaneous:
Han, John C., undated; Hance, Eva, 1972; Handley, Katharine N., 1960; Hanson, Adele & Hobart, 1960; Harbert, Anita, 1982; Hardy, Hortense W., 1962; Hare, D., 1947; Harris, Ethel R., 1940; Harris, Serojini, undated; Hart, Pansy, 1961; Hartmann, Imme, 1963; Hartshorn, Kay, 1978; Hassel, Henning von, 1961; Hatschek, Lucille & Otto, undated; Hauck, Georg & Sohn, Bankiers, 1956-1980; Hauser, Edith, 1936; Hauss, Annedore, 1977; Hauss, William, 1978; Haynes, George, 1954.
18. He – Hen – miscellaneous:
Heard, (Mrs.) Bartlett B., 1965; Hearing aids, 1974-1980; Hearle, Ed, 1965; Hedden, Stuart, 1970; Hefter, A. (Firma), 1957-1961; Heider, Hertha, 1939; Heilbronn, Betty & Barbara Sulla, undated; Heiman, Jerry, 1974; Heimbach, Klaus, 1966; Heller, Paul W., 1972; Helson, Henry, 1974; Helsten, Bert, 1952; Hendel, Meta C., 1956; Henderson, Lucy, undated; Henke, Horst, 1972-1978; Hennecke, Günter, 1962; Henny, Jeff, 1971.
19. Her – Hil – miscellaneous:
Herman, Bruno, 1951-1952; Hernandez, Roberto, 1972; Herstein, Lillian, 1938; Hertz, Hilde, 1952; Hertz, Kirsten, 1977; Hessing, Ernest & Herta, 1950; Hetznecker, Frances, undated; Heyman, Käte, 1922; Heymann, R., 1956; Hiedemann, Egon & Ruth, 1960; Higley, Virginia, 1945-1946; Hildebrandt, Liselotte, 1952; Hill, Kathleen F., undated; Hillen, Gerd, 1977; Hillering, Mathilde, 1941; Hilgenberg, Hartmut, 1969; Hillyard, Lew, 1973, 1982.
20. Him – Hoh – miscellaneous:
Himmelmann, Karl-Heinz, 1982; Hing, Grace O., 1970; Hinze, Irmgard, 1959; Hiramoto, Zenichi, 1966; Hirsch, Erich, 1958; Hobson, Arline B., 1972; Hochman, Cecile, 1966-1970; Hochschild, Arlie, 1975; Hochwald, Hilde, 1950; Höchst, Erica, 1982; Höfliche, Mechthild, undated; Högl, Günther, 1975; Hoffland, Maxine, 1959; Hoffman, L. Wallace, 1960; Hoffman, Martha, 1971; Hofmann, Hans-Jürgen, 1983; Hofmann, Margret, 1968; Hofmann, Ursula, 1977-1978; Hohman, Helen Fisher, undated.
21. Hol – Hy – miscellaneous:
Holtz, Uwe, 1983; Holz, Vera, 1964; Honor, Leo L., 1937; Hoodwin, Jean, undated; Hope, Ruth, 1970-1981; Hoppmann, Dr., 1967; Horowitz, Irving Louis, 1978; Hosley, Deborah, 1972; Hoving, Thomas P.F., 1969; Hubbard, Hertha, 1983; Hubbard, Rita, 1972; Huff, Ronald, 1976; Huffmann, Jack & Ellie, undated; Huntington, Emily, 1960; Hussag, Kurt, 1953-1954; Hussels, Fritz & Kate, 1951-1955; Hutchinson, William T., 1937; Huth, C. F., 1943; Hyman, H. Joseph, 1937.
22. I – Je – miscellaneous:
Ideler, Lonni, 1962-1963; Ihalainen, Paula, 1980; Irving, Gerda B., 1950; Isaacs, Marian, undated; Isler, Dina, undated; Jackson, Robert & Barbara, undated; Jackson, Lila, undated; Jacobovitz, Robert, 1979; Jacoby, Bert, 1975; Jaeger, Alfred, Inc., 1967; Jaensch, Fritz, 1983; Jakob, Anna, undated; Jansen, Kurt, 1950; Janssen, Gerda, 1959; Jeffreys, Margot, 1982; Jeku, Joe & Marianne, undated; Jennings, Jim, 1969; Jenny, Jean, 1954; Jereslaw, Betty, 1939.
23. Jo – Ju – miscellaneous:
Johnson, Arlien, undated; Johnson, Janet, 1951; Johnson, Sherman E., 1965; Jolly, Connie & Bob, 1978, 1984, undated; Jones, Harold Ellis & Mary, undated; Jones, May, 1949; Jones, Warren, 1979; Joseph, Franz M., 1940; Joseph, Hilde, 1937; Jost, P. Paul, 1973; Josten, Hertha, 1957; Joy, Daphne, 1964; Judge, John J., undated; Jünemann, Helmut, 1969; Jump, Margaret, 1945-1966; Jussel, Martina, 1980.
24. K – Ka – miscellaneous:
Kagan, Feiga, 1945, 1968; Kahane, Sophie, 1933; Kahn, Fraenze, undated; Kahn, Helen, 1936; Kain, Joan, 1948-1950; Kakies, Monica, 1957; Kalinski, Professor, 1976; Kamaku, Gensuke, 1982; Kamm, Bertold, undated; Kann, Shina, 1957; Kantzke, Anneliese, 1981; Kapil, Krishan K., 1962; Kaplan, Barbara I., 1977; Karfeil, Charlotte, 1960; Karls, James M., 1979-1982; Kaschnitz, Joan von, 1966; Katz, Helene, 1933; Kaufmann, Walter, 1975; Kautzky, Anneliese, 1979; Kaye, Walter R., 1940.
25. Ke – Ki – miscellaneous:
Keachie, E. C., 1961; Keibel, Werner, 1957; Keller, Gladys, 1961; Keller, Ingeborg, 1980; Kelley, Bonnie, 1973; Kempner, Charlotte, 1966; Kestenberg, Leo, 1958-1959; Kestenberg, Grete, 1962-1964; Keys, Eleanor, undated; Keys, Lavinia, 1962; Keys, Veronica, 1947; Kilinski, Mildred, undated; Kim Un Cho, 1972; Kindle, Ruth, 1949; King, Gabi & Allan, 1970, undated; Kirkwood, Dean R., 1970; Kirschbaum-Riedel, Anny, 1953; Kitschigin, Richard W., 1969.
26. Kl – Ko – miscellaneous:
Klarfeld, S. Myron, 1984; Klein, Karl & Helen, 1971-1972; Klein, Martha, 1939; Kleinke, Hanna, 1957; Kleinke, Hans, 1966; Knopf, Selma & Gerhard, 1952-1954; Knudsen, Dolores & Mark, 1977, 1979; Koch, Sigrun, 1971; Koenig, E., 1933; König, Ingrid, 1983; Koh, In Sook, undated; Kohen-Raz, Reuven, 1977; Kohler, Arthur & Else, 1944-1969, undated; Kolin, Dr., 1940; Kollatz, Udo, 1977; Koppel, Marianne, 1982; Kothen, Irmgard, 1952.
27. Kr – Ku – miscellaneous:
Kraft, Elise-Renate, 1979; Krause, Robert C., undated; Krawietz, Katrin, undated; Krebs, John & Nancy, undated; Kreuziger, Werner, 1952; Kreuzler, Susanne, 1960-1961; Krienitz, Else (Neumann), 1948; Krinchai, Karbkaew, 1965; Kritz, Irma, 1953; Krohn, Hilde [1932]; Kronenberger, Hermann, 1963; Krueger, Lucy, 1940-1941; Kubeile, [Alfred], 1956; Kuhlen, Vera, 1974; Kumarappa, J. M., 1955; Kumetat, Winfried, 1966; Kummer, Berta, 1938; Kummerfeld, Ruth, undated; Kupfer, Rudy, 1965; Kurtzius[?], Heinrich; Kushnick, Albert, 1981.
28. La – miscellaneous:
Laarmann, Maria, 1953; La Bonté, Ann, 1962; Ladejinsky, Wolf; Lahmann, Elisabeth, 1971; Lahrson, Gordon R., 1960-1961; Landau, Anka B., 1961; Landecker, Fanni, undated; Landmann, Carl (Mrs.), 1953; Landsberg, Gerhard (Mrs.), 1982; Landsberg, Hedwig, 1949; Landshoff, Eva, 1945; Lange, Udo, 1979; Lanier, Daniel, Jr., 1973; Lapin, Eva, 1968; LaPlant, Helen, 1948; Laqueur, Walter, 1968; Lark-Horovitz, Betty, 1966-1973; Larson, Rev. Gordon, 1959; Lash, Dorothy, 1951-1952; Lasson, Gerhard, 1961; Laub, Lisa, 1958; Lawiner, Gertrud, undated.
29. Le – Lem – miscellaneous:
Leeper, Roy, 1980-1981; Lehmann, Alma, 1952-1955; Lehmann, Kurt & Grete, 1971; Lemon, James M., 1951-1972; Lemon, Josie, 1963-1982.
30. Leo – Ley – miscellaneous:
Leonhardt, Else, 1948; Leonhardt, Peter, 1976; Lepkowsky, S., 1982; Leppla, Idris & Bruce, undated; Leubuscher, Rudolph & Herta, 1935, 1942; Levaggi, Jules Anthony, undated; Levin, David, undated; Levinrew, George E., 1980; Levy, Grete, 1966; Lewin, Marianne, 1958; Lewin, Ruth, 1937; Lewis, Odea, 1978; Lewy, Hanna-Ruth, 1960; Leys, Helen Benson, 1951.
31. Li – Ly – miscellaneous:
Liebknecht, Wilhelm, 1965; Ligetti, Edith, 1963; Lipkin, Yaakov & Shoshana, 1974; Lipschitz, Eleanore, 1958, 1961; Lison, Hans-Wolfgang, 1965; Lockman, Karla, 1983; Loring, Marianne, 1957; Low, Werner, 1978; Lowenfeld, Berthold, 1962; Lowenthal, Francis, 1962; Lowenthal, Hermann, 1975; Lowinsky, Edward, 1958; Lowinsky, Ljuba, 1954-1957; Ludäscher, Ilse, 1952; Ludendorf, Dora, 1966; Lüders, Inge, 1981; Lui Hah-wah, Elena, 1972; Lutter, Auguste, 1916, 1948, 1955; Lutz, Ralph Haswell, 1958; Lyle, Leon & Pru, undated.
32. Ma – Man – miscellaneous:
Maas, Wendy, undated; Macauley, Janice, 1977; MacCormick, Austin, 1954; Mack, Isabelle, undated; Mackor, Edward L. & Duvehe, 1957-1959 and undated; MacNamara, D. E. J., 1965; Madsen, William, 1946; Mahrholz, Gertrude, 1965; Mahrschke, Margret, 1941; Malbin, Virginia, 1975-1976; Malveaux, Marie, 1973; Manasse, Martin, 1965; Mangold, Jürgen, undated; Mann, Mel, 1963; Mannheim, Barbara A., 1966; Mannsbacher, Mali, 1933.
33. Mar – Mat – miscellaneous:
Marden, Trevor, 1982; Marinessen, (Mrs.) Jan, 1971; Markscheffel, 1937; Marros, Evelyn, 1971; Marshall, Marilyn V., 1964; Martin, James A., 1976-1977; Martin, Mary A., 1964; Marvin, Charles, 1966; Marx, Moses, 1963; Marx, Sophie, 1940; Marx-Atkins, Jacqueline, 1982; Masur, Ernest & Eva, undated; Mathieu, Esther, 1981; Mathieu, Marguerite, 1978; Mattick, Hans W., 1970.
34. Max – Mc – miscellaneous:
Maxelon, Käthe, 1954; May, Ann, 1945; Mayer, Irma, 1965; Mayer, Peter, 1962; Mayer, Richard, 1937; McAllister, J., 1943; McClard, Rosemary, undated; McClure, Anna, 1959; McCoid, Chester, 1946; McCullough, William H., 1965; McFarland, Alice, 1949; McGregor, Helen, 1961.
35. Me – miscellaneous:
Meldrum, Maxine, 1964; Meler, Liselotte, 1950-1952; Mellmann, Rowena, 1953; Mende, Bernhard, 1966; Mercomes, Geneva, 1957; Merrill, Wanda, 1950-1953, undated; Meyer, Anna, 1967; Meyer, Bernice, undated; Meyer, Friedel, 1933; Meyer, Margrit, 1970; Meyer, Nathan, 1947; Meyer, Nina, 1959; Meyer, Richard A., 1941; Meyerhoff, Barbara, 1983.
36. Mi – miscellaneous:
Middelmann, Werner & Vera, undated; Mies, Maria, 1978; Mieth, Nita, 1937; Miller, Frances, 1970; Miller, Henry, 1975; Miller, Jerry, 1982; Miller, Klaus, 1952; Miller, Virginia L., 1957; Millspaugh, Dixie, 1947; Milon, Czeslaw, 1968; Minkowski, Rudolph (family of), undated'; Minsoya, Estullita A., 1976; Minz, Hermann E., 1953-1954; Miro, Annelise, undated; Mitchell, Virginia, undated; Mittelhof, undated. 37. Mo – My – miscellaneous:
Modley, Betty D., 1955, 1960; Mörbe, Edithe, 1951; Molnar, Enrico, 1946; Montelius, Marjorie, 1973, 1983; Montgomery, Helen, 1944, undated; Moore, Ernest J., 1967; Moore, Ursula; Morales, Armando, 1978; Morase, Kenji, 1977; Morse, Dorothy L., undated; Moses, Käthe, 1978; Mosk, Mary, 1960; Moss, (Mrs.) Joseph L., undated; Most, Otto, 1952; Müller, Helene, 1961; Mukerji, Anoop Coomar, 1975; Munday, Brian, 1982; Mundy, Ruth, 1980-1981, undated; Murdoch, Alison, 1983; Myers, Mrs., 1938.
38. N – Ne – miscellaneous:
Naftalin, Arthur, 1971; Nakao, Jinichi, 1955; Nakaso, Judy, 1979; Nashelsky, Katrin, 1961; Nassau, Erich, 1983; Nayar, Sarada, 1973; Naylor, Martha, 1953; Neal, Helen, 1982; Necheles, Heinrich, undated; Neelakanlon, L. (Neel), 1954; Neff, Ruth A., 1960, undated; Neff, Winifred Cabbledick, 1957, 1982; Nelson, Ax & Barbara, 1975-1984; Nelson, Julia, 1952-1953; Nemitz, Audrey, 1945, undated; Nemon, Alice, 1976; Netherlands, Ministry of Culture, 1978.
39. Ni – Nu – miscellaneous:
Nichols, Ardoth, 1961; Niederhauser, Rhoda, 1978; Nimkoff, Meyer F., 1939; Nishinaka, George, 1980; Nitorreda, Teresita, 1965; Nolan, John, 1982, undated; Nord, Herta & Walter, 1956, undated; Nordstrom, Clayton E., 1972; Norton, Audrey, 1952; Novak, Paul, undated; Novak, Ron, 1976, undated; Nurdan, Mamaruddin, 1957; Nurnberg, Herbert W., undated; Nurock, Charlotte, 1972.
40. O – miscellaneous:
Oberhuber-Liebknecht, Marianne, 1965; Oberhuber, Kurt; Oberman, Heine A., 1983; Oehme, Jens, undated; Oelschläger, Dieter, 1982; Österholm, Ann-Lis, 1963; Ofuer, Olga, 1943; Okada, Totaro, 1977, 1982; Oldham, Nancy, undated; Olsen, Delta Ross, 1982; Olsen, William I., 1966; Orhon, Ermel, 1982; Orthbandt, Eberhard, 1976; Osterholm, R., 196-; Ostwald, Anny, 1951, 1956; Ostwald, Rosemarie, 1973; Oswald, Audrey, 1949-1950; Oswald, Niki, 1971-1974; Otto, Hans-Uwe, 1976; Owen, Lloyd, 1975; Oxley, Genevieve, 1969.
41. P – Pe – miscellaneous:
Palmer, Jackie & Tom; Papo, Michael, 1974-1983; Parish, O. L., 1971; Parolo, Gemma, 1972; Paton, John, undated; Patting, Ernst, 1972; Paulsen, Irene, 1965; Pearse, Dorothy T., 1939-1940; Peck, Suzanne, undated; Pederson, Lena Lee, undated; Pell, Duncan C., Jr., 1945; Pense, Kurt Dietrich, 1962; Pentz, Deborah B., 1965; Perlman, Ed, 1945, undated; Perlman, Helen H., 1976, undated; Perron, Marianne, undated; Perry, Barbara, undated; Pesch, Nicolaus, 1937; Peters, Stefan, 1953-1960; Pettis, Susan, 1966.
42. Pf – Pol – miscellaneous:
Pfau, H., 1960, 1970; Pfeffer, Hans, 1979; Pfister, Eva, 1977; Pfister, Sylvia, 1972; Pick, Carmen, undated; Piliavin, I., 1965; Pinner, Frank, 1963; Pitsch, Hansjoerg, 1962; Planz, Donna, undated; Plooksawasdi, Sanwalak, 1965-1970; Pogats, Erich, 1975; Pohle, Gerda, 1967-1972; Polender, Anna, 1973; Pollak, Ilse, 1978-1983; Polligkeit, Wilhelm, 1960; Pollock, Prof., 1968.
43. Pop – Py – miscellaneous:
Popper, Kate, 1966; Popple, Philip, 1982; Poppleweil, Helen, 1965; Porter, Hertha R., 1939; Porter, Robert, 1978, 1981; Pottgießer, Elisabeth, 1967; Prager, Charles & Doris, 1963-1982; Prausnitz, Paul G., 1975; Price, James H., 1952; Price, Wilson H., 1971; Prins, Herschel A., 1970; Pupper, Claude A., 1937; Pym, Ann, 1953.
44. R – Rei – miscellaneous:
Raab, Earl, 1972; Raas, Alan, 1982; Rabinovitz, Edith, 1960; Rabinowitsch, Alexander, 1935; Radin, Max, undated; Rahn, Maria Pintado, 1976; Rake, Bobbé, undated; Rattay, Siegfried & Evakathrin, 1958; Ravas, Norma, undated; Raymond, Otto, 1937; Read, Margaret, 1982, 1984; Reader's Digest, 1975-1983; Reeves, Sorlie, 1984; Reich, Elfriede, 1966; Reich, Michael, 1978; Reich, Miriam, 1965; Reichel, Ricki, 1980; Reichstein, Kenneth J., 1970; Reinila, Frances, undated; Reissman, Leonard, undated; Reisz, Louise, 1945; Reitzner, Ute, 1971.
45. Ret – Ro – miscellaneous:
Rett, Andreas, 1981; Reynolds, Bertha, 1957; Richey, King A. & Marion, 1946-1950; Richfield, Hedi, 1939-1940; Richman, Harold A., 1978; Richman, Leon H., 1965, 1982; Richter, Julian, 1962; Richter, Reinhart, 1960-1969; Riegel, Klaus & Ruth, 1954; Riehm, Maria, 1952; Ries, Victor & Ruth, 1972; Ritter, Gerhart A., 1974; Rochat, Ninon & Aimé, 1965-1966; Rodgers, Barbara N., 1983; Roenau, Ernst, 1939; Rokeach, Muriel, 1964; Roland, Walter Rothschild & Erna, 1946-1957; Romankiw, Dorothea Hightower, 1976-1977.

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1. Ros – Ru – miscellaneous:
Rosberg, Carl, 1977; Rosemark, Erika H., 1954-1981; Rosen, Rita, 1975; Rosenberger, L., 1975; Rosenfeld, Herbert T., 1948; Rosenfeld, Jona M., 1965; Rosenlicht, Carla, 1981-1982; Rosenthal, Erich, 1961; Rosenthal, Nidra, 1969; Rosenzweig, Marietta, undated; Rossi-Doria, Ann, 1965; Rosskopf, Marel, 1957; Rothblatt, Barbara, 1959-1960; Roubicek, Frank, 1959-1984; Rowlings, Cherry, 1980; Ruben, S. S., 1983; Rubensohn, Frank, 1973; Rubinstein, A., 1947; Rudolph, Bert & Claire, undated; Rue, James J., undated; Russel, Eugen, 1984.
2. S – San – miscellaneous:
Sachs, Gertrude, undated; Sadovsky, Miriam, 1973; Safier, Fritz & Fred, 1953-1965; Sahade, undated; Saipa, Axel, 1967; Salcido, Ramon, 1984; Salomon, Edith, 1967; Salomon, Lucy & Sol, 1955; Salvi Christiani, Mildred, 1952-1972; Salzburg, Friedrich & Greta, 1951, undated; Sam, Tong G., 1974; Sankhala, Tara, 1964-1967.
3. Sap – Sche – miscellaneous:
Saphir, Otto, 1937; Saran, Maria & Rene, 1981, undated; Sauer, Wolfgang, 1975; Saxon, David, 1978; Saxton, Paul, 1972; Scalapino, Robert A., 1979; Schaefer, Oskar, 1957; Schäffer, Barbara, 1974; Schaps, Katie, 1944; Scharl, Josephine, 1939; Scheeldt, Paula, 1974; Scheer, Lotte, 1979; Scheffler, Ingeborg, 1979; Schepeler, Georg, 1962, 1966; Scheyer, Ilse, 1953-1955.
4. Schi – Schn – miscellaneous:
Schindler, Hans, 1984; Schindler, Irma, 1940; Schirmer, Waltraud, 1953; Schlesinger, Bella, 1962; Schlesinger, Fritz & Lotte, 1940; Schlosser, Amalie, 1967-1968; Schmidt, Edith, 1962-1965; Schmidt, Erich, 1961-1977; Schmidt, Rudolf, 1952; Schmidthals, Barbel, 1980; Schmitt, Marianne, 1972; Schmitz, Jürgen, 1979; Schmundt, Hede, 1956; Schneider, Alexander, 1974; Schneider, Brigitte, 1935; Schneider, Erich, 1954; Schnurmann-Lang, Julie, 1948.
5. Scho – Schw – miscellaneous:
Schohl, Eva, 1960; Scholin, Frans H., undated; Schomer, Howard, undated; Schöndörffer, Lilli, 1932; Schott, Dorothea & Andreas, 1976; Schreiber, Bea B., 1964; Schürmann, Ernst, 1976; Schütt, Nanni, undated; Schulze, Walter, 1957; Schuster, Eva, 1934; Schwab, Ida, 1933, 1935; Schwalbach, Johann, 1935; Schwarz, Barbara, 1980; Schwarz, Bettina, 1949; Schwarz, Frances, 1973; Schwarz, Haiyim, 1946; Schwarz, Sascha, 1937-1938; Schwarz, Wera, 1938; Schwenke, Hildegard, 1983; Schwerner, Adrienne, 1951, 1957.
6. Sco – She – miscellaneous:
Scott, Rhoda, 1950-1975; Scoville, Sydney & Merrill, 1950s; Seaborg, Glenn T., 1960-1980; Seabury, Paul, 1958-1982; Seckel, Helmut & Margaret, 1943-1959; Seewald, Margrit, 1965; Seibel, Friedrich W., 1976; Seiler, Ann C., undated; Sekey, Annelise, 1961; Sellers, Charles, 1968; Shah, Jay, 1969; Sheldon, Eva, 1964-1973; Sheriff, Abdulai K., 1982; Sherman, A.G., 1976.
7. Shi – Si – miscellaneous:
Shiloni, Yisrael, 1962; Shinn, Julia T., 1949-1952; Shipley, Barbara, 1974, 1978; Shireman, Charles, 1953, 1979; Shkurkin, Olga, 1960; Shnit, Dan, 1977; Sibley, Carol, 1958; Siegel, L., 1936; Sieveking, Friedrich B., 1968-1969; Silverman, Edith, 1960; Silverstein, Sonia W., 1970; Simcha, Ora, 1965; Simon, Bernice, 1976; Simon, James, 1980; Simons, Evelyn, 1944-1946; Sims, Hilary, 1963; Singh, Sohan, 1961; Sirgo, Martha, 1978.
8. Sj – Sn – miscellaneous:
Sjöblom, C. E., 1959; Sloan, Earl C., undated; Smelser, (Mrs.) Neil J., 1963; Smith, Charles L., 1949; Smith, Gary, 1981; Smith, Lorraine, undated; Smith, Monte G., 1982; Smith, Otto, 1966-1967; Smith, R. Dean, 1965; Smith, Sara, 1969; Smith, Sheila, 1961; Snell, 1943; Snyder, Hazel May, 1939; Snyder, Lillian M., 1978.
9. So – Sp – miscellaneous:
Sobernheim, Barbara, 1966; Solms, Hugo, 1964; Solomon, Ida, 1960; Solomon, Salomon & Lucy, 1956; Somers, Herman M., 1963; Somers, Peter, 1966; Sommerkron, Ingrid, 1960; Somorjai, Marietta, 1961-1967; Sone, Forrest & Madeleine, 1973-1982; Southwick, Sanni (Mrs. Paul), undated; Spandorf, A., 1950; Speigelman, Sidney, 1939; Spender, Stephen, 1974; Spiegel, Ruth, 1947; Spitzer, Fred & Marian, 1971; Spitzer, Olga, 1937; Splane, Richard, 1979.
10. Sta – Steu – miscellaneous:
Staabs, Gerdhild v., 1952; Staley, Eugene, 1948; Stamboulis, Rochelle, 1980-1984; Stanton, Mary, 1964; Starkman, Philip, 1970; Stegmann, Carl, 1970; Stehr, Nico, 1976; Steinbeck, (Mrs.) John (form letter), 1982; Steinhauer, Hans-Lothar, 1979-1980; Stelling, Anita, 1962-1963; Stenzel, Anne K., 1981, 1984; Stephan, Maria, 1936; Stern, Curt & Evelyn, 1955, 1962; Stern, Desider, 1969; Stern, Luitpold, 1944; Steudel, Ursula, 1957-1958.
11. Stev – Stra – miscellaneous:
Stevens, Henry, undated; Stevenson, Louis, 1983; Stevenson, Lynn, 1978; Stevenson, Olive, 1980; Stewart, Marjorie, undated; Stewart, Patricia, 1981, 1984; Stock, Ursel, 1943; Stock, Wolfgang R., 1971; Stoper, Arnold, 1972; Strain, Jacqueline, 1963-1964; Straus, Edith & Frederick, 1946-1963; Straus, Lili & Moritz, 1949, undated; Strauss, Arthur, 1937, 1939; Strauss, Ernest, 1933-1937; Strauss, Herbert A., 1975-1977; Strauss, Lawrence I., 1967.
12. Stro – Sz – miscellaneous:
Strohmeier, Gerhard, 1982; Stroud, Mary Anne, 1947, undated; Strong, E.W., 1961, 1963; Stuart, Pat, undated; Studer, Marie-Louise, 1955-1957; Studt, Elliott, 1964; Stumpf, Martha, 1976; Suchel, Josef, 1980; Sugata, Jiro, 1982; Sundholm, Tertta, 1982; Sutor, Marguerite, 1971; Suzuki, Peter T., 1979; Swart, Antoinette, 1962; Syrkin, Marie, 1980; Szagunn, Ilse, 1965; Szaliewicz, Miss, 1972; Szent-Ivanyi, Ita, 1976-1977.
13. T – Te – miscellaneous:
Tabler, Barbara, undated; Tachau, Paul, 1947, undated; Tanaka, Takeshi, 1959; Tang, Chor Hiap, 1970; Tarnpool, Julia, 1964; Tarvanian, Laurie, 1966; Taubman, (Mrs.) George, 1956; Taylor, B. K., 1971; Taylor, Mary, 1964; Taylor, Randy & Sue Ann, undated; Tchernowitz, Chaim, 1937; Temesvary, Stefan, 1966-1967; Terrell, Paul, 1979-1980; Tesarek, Anton, 1958; Teubner, Elisabeth (Liesl), 1948-1951.
14. Th – To – miscellaneous:
Thalmann, Simon, 1945; Thelen, Max, 1955-1957; Thompson, Martha, 1947; Ticen, David H., 1978; Tichauer, Gerard, 1980; Timm, Michael, 1974; Tjornsvold, Hanne-Marie, 1956; Tonelli, Frances, 1969-1971; Toney, Maxine, 1948; Toogood, Stella, 1981; Towle, Charlotte, undated; Townsley, Patricia, 1953, undated.
15. Tr – Tw – miscellaneous:
Trapp, Maria von, 1982; Treu, Gertraud & Hellmut, circa 1933; Troy, Charles M., 1971; Trumble, Leonard, 1937; Trumpener, Mary, 1961; Tschernowitz, Ch., 193-; Tsing-Li, Jack, 1984; Tub, Geh Sin, 1970; Tubb, Lois, 1944; Tucker, Felix & Charlotte, 1962, 1971, undated; Tupper, Claude A., 1937; Turner, F. Bernadette, 1941; Turner, Ralph, 1974; Tuthill, Gretchen, 1971; Twiname, John, 1979; Twyman, Harvey, 1957.
16. U – V – correspondence:
Ury, George, 1976; Useem, John, 1981-1982; Valeboe, Yvonne, 1972-1973; Vande Bovenkamp, Grit, 1974-1975; Van Der Biest, Mrs., 1971; van Zonneveld, R. J., 1980; Vecolo, Rudolf J., 1979; Vetter, Eugene, 1974; Vietor, John Phillip, undated; Vince, Alexander, 1937; Vink, Jan, 1981; Visier, Gertrude, 1965; Vötterle, Ute, 1979-1983.
17. W – Wan – correspondence:
Wadrow, Nadine, 1937-1952; Wager, Joan, 1968; Wagner, Beverly, 1976-1977; Wagner, Doris, 1982; Walker, Leonard, 1940; Walker, Wilma, 1941-1944, undated; Wallach, Lois, 1952-1953; Wallen, LaDonna, 1972; Wallis, Ilse, 1952; Walter, Leonard, 1940; Walter, Nora, 1982; Walters, Marianne & Hart, undated; Wang, Betty, 1947-1948.
18. War – Wee – miscellaneous:
Warde, Sulabha, 1965; Warner, George F., 1964; Wasser, Bob, 1973; Wathall, Frances, 1939; Watson, Annie-Clo, 1959; Wayne, Howard M., 1968-1980; Webber, Terri, 1970; Webster, Robin, 1982; Wechsler, Lili B., undated; Weddle, Muriel, 1962; Wedel, Harold & Sue, 1954; Weed, Beatrice & Dick, 1948.
19. Wei – Wes – miscellaneous:
Weigand, Erika, 1939; Weinberg, Erica, 1948; Weinberger, Caspar W., 1965; Weiner, Kate, 1946-1982; Weingärtner, Grete & Aenne, 1955, 1966, undated; Wellet, Nonna, 1969; Wellons, Kennard W., 1975; Wells, John, undated, 1982-1983; Welt, Bettina, 1949; Welty, Howard O., 1947; Wertheimer, Ernestine, 1982; Wesloff, Rachel, 1982.
20. Wh – Wi – miscellaneous:
White, Maude, 1970; Whitmore, Dorothy, 1964; Wichmann, 1934; Widmaier, Christa, 1976; Wiese, Franz Rainer, 1976; Wiesner, Ed, 1951; Wilcoxen, Vilma & Ralph, 1975-1981; Wildavsky, Aaron, 1982; Wilkins, Anne, 1971; Williams, Cecil Ellis, 1939; Wilson, Mary Ann, 1948; Winding, Paul, 1952.
21. Wo – miscellaneous:
Woite, Waldtraut, 1963; Wolf, Alfred & Jenny, 1949; Wolf, Charlotte L., 1959; Wolff, Gaby, 1947-1949; Wolff, H. J., 1955; Wolfsberg, Vernie, 1963; Wolfson, Manfred, 1957-1969; Wolfstein, Rose, 1947; Wolgart, Leslie, 1982; Wollasch, Hans, 1962; Wood, Harold A., 1972; Wood, Raquel & Frank, 1965; Woods, Marion, 1976; Woolfitt, Jane, 1946.
22. Y – miscellaneous:
Yamanouchi, Kyoko, 1970; Yang, Sheau-Hwa, 1965; Yang, Toa-tze, 1965; Yates, Katherine, 1959-1960; Yen Hsien-che (Frank Yen), 1981; Yen, Maosong, undated; Yerushalmy, Eva, undated; Yokoyama, Yuzuru, 1982-1984; Youngdals, Livia B., 195?
23. Z – miscellaneous:
Zadik, Manfred, 1958; Zadik, Nelly,1965, 1972; Zahn, Ernest, 1984; Zamostny, Jarmila, 1971; Zech, James & Martha, 1953, undated; Zeff, Chester M., 1958-1976, undated; Zeuthan, Dr., 1952; Zigeler, Kosmas, 1963; Zimmermann, Ariane & Hans, 1959; Zingarelli, Lily, 1959, 1964; Zonlight, Gerard, 1981; Zucker, John J., Rabbi, undated; Zückler, Thomas, 1953; Zumbach, Pierre, 1975; Zurmuhl, Peter, 1979; Zutshi, T. N., 1954; Zyban, Greta, undated.

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1. Abhandlungen und Vorträge, 1930-1931.
2. Abhandlungen und Vorträge, 1932-1933.
3. Paris, 1932-1936.
4. Zurich, 1933-1934.
5. Lecture Project, 1955-1956.
6. Munich Conference (1956) – (1)
7. Munich Conference (1956) – (2)
8. Munich Conference (1956) – (3)
9. Munich Conference (1956) – (4)
10. Munich Conference (1956) – (5)
11. Travel arrangements, 1960.
12. Travel arrangements, 1962.
13. Lecture Tour, 1964 (Tübingen, Freiburg).
14. Lecture Tour, 1965-1966 (India).
15. Summer Semester, 1966 (Cologne/Köln, Germany).
16. Travel arrangements, 1971.
17. Miscellaneous travel arrangements, 1940-1977.
18. Introduction to Social Welfare, 1951-1955.
19. Introduction to Social Welfare, 1955-1964.
20. Individualism & Social Welfare, 1957-1960.
21. Individualism & Social Welfare, 1961-1963.
22. American Oxford Encyclopedia (J. J. Little & Ives Co., Inc.), 1960-1965.
23. Helene Simon – Research grant, 1959-1963.
24. Helene Simon – 1958-1961.
25. Helene Simon – 1961-1962.
26. Helene Simon – 1962-1965.
27. Concepts and Methods of Social Work, 1958-1963.
28. International Social Welfare, 1975-1980.
29. Africa, 1962-1963.
30. Labor unions, 1958-1966.
31. Jewish organizations / fundraising.


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1. Miscellaneous and unidentified, 1914-1933.
2. Miscellaneous and unidentified, 1934.
3. Miscellaneous and unidentified, 1935
4. Miscellaneous and unidentified, 1936.
5. Miscellaneous and unidentified, 1937.
6. Miscellaneous and unidentified, 1938.
7. Miscellaneous and unidentified, 1939.
8. Miscellaneous and unidentified, 1940.
9. Miscellaneous and unidentified, 1942.
10. Miscellaneous and unidentified, 1943.
11. Miscellaneous and unidentified, 1944.
12. Miscellaneous and unidentified, 1945.
13. Miscellaneous and unidentified, 1946.
14. Miscellaneous and unidentified, 1947.
15. Miscellaneous and unidentified, 1948.
16. Miscellaneous and unidentified, 1949.
17. Miscellaneous and unidentified, 1950.
18. Miscellaneous and unidentified, 1951.
19. Miscellaneous and unidentified, 1952.
20. Miscellaneous and unidentified, 1953.
21. Miscellaneous and unidentified, 1954.
22. Miscellaneous and unidentified, 1955.
23. Miscellaneous and unidentified, 1956.
24. Miscellaneous and unidentified, 1957.
25. Miscellaneous and unidentified, 1958.
26. Miscellaneous and unidentified, 1959.
27. Emeritation, 1959. Souvenir notebook.
28. Retirement congratulations, 1959 – University of California, Berkeley, faculty and staff.
29. Retirement congratulations, 1959 (A-F).
30. Retirement congratulations, 1959 (G-L).
31. Retirement congratulations, 1959 (M-Z).
32. Retirement dinner, 1959. Regrets.
33. Miscellaneous and unidentified, 1960.
34. Miscellaneous and unidentified, 1961.
35. 75th Birthday congratulations, 1961.
36. Miscellaneous and unidentified, 1962.
37. Miscellaneous and unidentified, 1963.
38. Miscellaneous and unidentified, 1964.
39. Miscellaneous and unidentified, 1965.
40. Miscellaneous and unidentified, 1966.
41. Miscellaneous and unidentified, 1967.
42. Miscellaneous and unidentified, 1968.
43. Miscellaneous and unidentified, 1969.
44. Miscellaneous and unidentified, 1970.
45. Miscellaneous and unidentified, 1971.
46. Miscellaneous and unidentified, 1972.
47. Miscellaneous and unidentified, 1973.
48. Miscellaneous and unidentified, 1974.
49. Miscellaneous and unidentified, 1975.
50. Miscellaneous and unidentified, 1976.
51. 85th Birthday congratulations, 1976.
52. Miscellaneous and unidentified, 1977.
53. Miscellaneous and unidentified, 1978.
54. Miscellaneous and unidentified, 1979.
55. Miscellaneous and unidentified, 1981.
56. Miscellaneous and unidentified, 1982.
57. Miscellaneous and unidentified, 1983.
58. Miscellaneous and unidentified, 1984.
59. 93rd Birthday congratulations, 1984.


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Box 32
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1. Miscellaneous notes, 1940s.
2. Miscellaneous notes, 1950s.
3. Miscellaneous notes, 1960s.
4. Miscellaneous notes, 1970s.
5. American Oxford Encyclopedia, circa 1961 – Articles A-D.
6. American Oxford Encyclopedia – Articles H-M.
7. American Oxford Encyclopedia – Articles N-P.
8. American Oxford Encyclopedia – Articles Q-W.
9. American Oxford Encyclopedia – page proofs.
10. Einführung in die soziale Wohlfahrt (1968), pp. i-ix, 1-99.
11. Einführung in die soziale Wohlfahrt, pp. 100-233.
12. Einführung in die soziale Wohlfahrt, pp. 234-350.
13. Einführung in die soziale Wohlfahrt, pp. 351-485.
14. Einführung in die soziale Wohlfahrt, pp. 486-590.
15. Einführung in die soziale Wohlfahrt, pp. 591-719.
16. Einführung in die soziale Wohlfahrt, pp. 720-851.
17. Helene Simon – Notes pertaining to works by and about H. Simon.
18. Helene Simon (1) – Sections in German.
19. Helene Simon (2) – Sections in German.
20. Helene Simon (3) – Sections in German.
21. Helene Simon (4) – Sections in German.
22. Helene Simon. Ein Leben für soziale Gerechtigkeit.
23. Helene Simon. Ein Leben für soziale Gerechtigkeit – page proofs.
24. Helene Simon – Drafts of English version.
25. Helene Simon, German Pioneer. Chapters in English.
26. Helene Simon. Pioneer of Child Welfare and Social Legislation (1963). 97p.
27. Helene Simon. German Pioneer in Child Welfare and Social Legislation. 138p.
28. Helene Simon. German Pioneer in Child Welfare and Social Legislation. 138p.
29. Helene Simon: Pioneer in Child Welfare and Social Legislation. T. with corr. 135p.
30. Hugo Haase. Preface.
31. Hugo Haase. Notes.

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32. Individualism & Social Welfare.
33. International Social Welfare – notes.
34. International Aspects of Social Welfare, circa 1973.
35. International Aspects of Social Welfare.
36. Introduction to Social Welfare – Table of Contents, page proofs.
37. Introduction to Social Welfare. – Chapter 13 (1955).
38. Introduction to Social Welfare – Tables of contents, chapters 21, 22.
39. Introduction to Social Welfare – bibliographies.
40. Introduction to Social Welfare – photographs, charts, tables.
41. Introduction to Social Welfare – galley proofs.
42. Introduction to Social Welfare – Appendix, galley proofs.
43. Introduction to Social Welfare – Revisions, 1959-1960.
44. Introduction to Social Welfare – Third edition, revisions.
45. Introduction to Social Welfare – Third edition, page proofs.
46. Introduction to Social Welfare – Revisions, 1977-1979.


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47. "Adele Schreiber zu ihrem 60. Geburtstag" (1932).
48. "Amerikanische Jugendhilfe 1930-1940" (1941).
49. "Amerikanische Jugendwohlfahrts-Konferenz" (1960).
50. "Das amerikanische Krankenhaus-Versicherungsgesetz von 1960" (1965).
51. "Die amerikanische Nationale Konferenz für Wohlfahrtspflege."
52. "Der amerikanische 'Social Security Act' in der Praxis."
53. "Die amerikanische Wohlfahrtskonferenz" (1955).
54. "Amerikanische Wohlfahrtskonferenz in Los Angeles" (1964).
55. "Die amerikanische Wohlfahrtskonferenz in Seattle" (1938).
56. "Amerikanische Wohlfahrtskonferenz und Landesverteidigung" (1942).
57. "Amerikas Sorgen bei der Finanzierung der freien Wohlfahrts- und Jugendwohlfahrtspflege" (ca. 1952).
58. "Arbeitslosigkeit und Kinderarbeit" (1932).
59. "Das Arbeitsproblem der deutschen Emigranten" (1933).
60. "Armut in Amerika" (1965).
61. "Auffangsgrenzen für Fürsorgeleistung in USA" (1953).
62. "Aufgaben und Zusammenarbeit der privaten und staatlichen Jugendhilfe in den USA" (1952).
63. "Der Ausbau der amerikanischen Wohlfahrtspflege" (1939).
64. "Ausbau der öffentlichen Familienfürsorge in Amerika" (1957).
65. "Der Ausbau der Sozialversicherung in den Vereinigten Staaten."
66. "Bedauerliche Vorkommnisse in Deutschland" (1979).
67. "Bekämpfung der Arbeitslosigkeit in den Vereinigten Staaten" (1937).
68. "Beobachtungen auf der Internationale Konferenz für soziale Arbeit."
69. "Bericht über die 16. Internationale Konferenz für soziale Arbeit" (1972).
70. "Das Berufsbildungswesen in den Vereinigten Staaten" (1954).
71. "Die beste Verteidigung der Freiheit" (1941).
72. "Betr. Gutachten über Abgabe von Arzneien in den Betratungsstellen" (1931).
73. "Bevölkerungspolitik im Dritten Reich" (1933).
74. "Die Bewegung der revolutionären Sozialisten Deutschlands" (ca. 1933).
75. "Deutsche Emigranten in Paris" (1933).
76. "Die deutsche Schipperkrankheit" (ca. 1938).
77. "Die deutsche Verfassung" (1932).
78. "Deutsche Zentrale für freie Jugendwohlfahrt" (1931).
79. "Deutsches Archiv für Jugendwohlfahrt. Die Altersstufen der Minderjährigen in der Reichsgesetzgebung" (1932).
80. "Dr. Otto Reinemann, Philadelphia: 70 Jahre alt".
81. "Ein amerikanisches Jugendgerichtgesetz" (1938).
82. "Ein dörfliches Entwicklungsprogramm in Griechenland."
83. "Ein Feldzug gegen das Verbrechertum in USA" (1937).
84. "Ein Merkblatt für die Fürsorgeerziehung" (1931).
85. "Ein Notprogramm der Fürsorgeerziehung" (1932).
86. "Ein Notprogramm der Jugendwohlfahrtspflege" (1932).
87. "Ein Notwerk der deutschen Jugend" (ca. 1933).
88. "Eine Krankenvericherung für die alternde Bevölkerung in den Vereinigten Staaten" (1965).
89. "Eine neue Adoptionsvermittlungsstelle?" (1932).
90. "Einige Anmerkungen zur Frage 'Überfluss und Armut in den Vereinigten Staaten'" (1964).
91. "Einige Bemerkungen zum Fluchtlingsproblem" (1984).
92. "Einige Erinnerungen an die Entwicklung der Arbeiterwohlfahrt und der deutschen Sozialarbeit nach 1918" (1968).
93. "Einige Gedanken über den Einfluss der deutschen Emigration während der Hitler-Zeit auf die amerikanische Sozialforschung" (1979).
94. "Einige neue Gesichtspunkte in der internationalen Sozialhilfe."
95. "Einundzwanzigster Jahresbericht der Deutschen Landeskommission für Kinderschutz und Jugendfürsorge in Mähren 1931" (1932).
96. "Emigranten in Paris" (1933).
97. "Entwicklung der Ausbildung für die soziale Arbeit in Israel."
98. "Die Entwicklung der sozialen Sicherung in U.S.A." (1960).
99. "Die Entwicklung der Sozialpädagogik als akademisches Lehr- und Forshungsfach in internationaler Sicht" (ca. 1974).
100. "Erfahrtungen in der deutschen Fürsorge für jugendliche Arbeitslose" (1933).
101. "Erfahrungen mit Ambulatorien in Amerika."
102. "Erfolg der Notprogramme in Thüringen" (1932).
103. "Erinnerung an Dr. Käthe Mende" (1964).
104. "Erinnerungen an die Entwicklung der sozialpädagoschen Bewegung in Deutschland in der Weimarer Republik und ihre Auswirkungen."
105. "Erinnerungen an die Entwicklung der sozialpädagogischen Konzeption in der Jugendhilfe in der Weimarer Periode vor 1933."
106. "Erziehungsberatung in U.S.A." (ca. 1960).
107. "Fachkonferenz für die Ausgestaltung des freiwilligen Arbeitsdienstes für Frauen" (1932).
108. "Familienfürsorge und Krankenpflege in USA" (1958).
109. "Die Folgen des Krieges für die Kinder" (1932).
110. "Freiwillige Krankenversicherungen unter der Kaiser Stiftung in Kalifornien" (1953).
111. "Fürsorgeerziehung und Amtsvormundschaft" (1932).
112. "Fürsorgemaßnahmen zu Gunsten jugendlicher Arbeitslose. (Ergebnisse, Beurteilung und Vorschläge)" (1932).
113. "Fürsorgerische Mitwirkung bei der Behandlung chronisch Geisteskranker."
114. "Funktion der Sozialarbeit in der heutigen Gesellschaft."
115. "Gefahren für das demokratische Deutschland."
116. "Gefahrend des Ueberflusses."
117. "Gemeingefährliche Trinker" (1932).
118. "Gemeinsame Arbeit und Erlebnisse. Zu Lotte Lemkes 60. Geburtstag" (1962).
119. "Gemeinschaftplanung und Gemeinschaftsentwicklung in USA" (1962).
120. "Gesetzliche Regelung der sozialen Gerichtshilfe" (1933).
121. "Grundfragen der amerikanischen Sozialarbeit."
122. "Die Haltung amerikanischer Kinder zum Kriege" (1942).
123. "Hans Meier – Sein Leben und Werk" (1964).
124. "Hauspflege in den Vereinigten Staaten" (1960).
125. "Die heutige Wohlfahrtspflegerische Mission der Schweiz" (1933).
126. "Hitler und die Reichswehr" (1942).
127. "Im Gegensatz zum früheren deutschen Recht..." (1932).
128. "In memoriam Hans Meier."
129. "In Memoriam René Sand (1877-1953)."
130. "Das internationale Fluchtlingsproblem und die Rolle der nationale Wohlfahrtsverbande" (1984).
131. "Internationale Sozialkonferenz in Toronto."
132. "Internationale Vereinigung für Kinderhilfe in Genf" (1932).
133. "Internationaler Kinderschutzkongress in Deutschland" (1939).
134. "Jahresbericht für das Jahr 1931 des Jugend- und Fürsorgeamtes der Stadt Halle" (1932).
135. "'Den Juden geschieht nichts'" (1933).
136. "Jugend im Konflikt mit der Gesellschaft" (1965).
137. "Jugendamt und Fürsorgeerziehung" (1931).
138. "Jugendamt und Vormundschaftsgericht" (1932).
139. "Jugendhilfe auf der Landeskonferenz in New Orleans" (1942).
140. "Jugendhilfskonferenz im Weissen Haus" (1940).
141. "Jugendliche Banden in Amerika: ihre soziologische Rolle und Massnahmen der Fürsorge" (1962).
142. "Jugendliche Kriminalität im Kriege. Erfahrungen in England und in den Vereinigten Staaten" (1942).
143. "Das Jugendnotwerk in der Praxis" (1933).
144. "Der Kampf gegen die Armut in USA" (1967).
145. "Der Kampf um die Erhaltung der Jugendwohlfahrtspflege" (1932).
146. "Kann der Hauswirt das Flaggen verbieten?" (1933).
147. "Kinder in einer Demokratie. Die Jugendhilfe-Konferenz im Weissen Haus, Washington, D.C." (1940).
148. "Kleinkindererholung und Familienfürsorge" (1931).
149. "Kollegialbeschlüsse der Jugendämter" (1931).
150. "Die Krankenversicherung für die alternde Bevölkerung in Amerika" (1965).
151. "Landes-Wohlfahrtskongress in New Orleans" (1942).
152. "Lebensraum der arbeitslosen Jugend!" (1932).
153. "Marie Juchacz in der Emigration."
154. "Mietrückstände" (1933).
155. "Die 'National Conference of Social Work' in U.S.A."
156. "Nationalsozialistische Fürsorgeerziehung" (1932).
157. "Neue amerikanische Sozialgesetzgebung" (1965).
158. "Das neue Bundesministerium für Gesundheit, Erziehung und Wohlfahrt in den Vereinigten Staaten."
159. "Das neue deutsche 'Jugendschutzgesetz'" (1939).
160. "Neue Entwicklungen in der amerikanischen Sozialpolitik" (1958).
161. "Neue Jugendwohlfahrtsgesetze in Ameria" (1965).
162. "Neue Methoden der amerikanischen Sozialausbildung."
163. "Neue Probleme im Jugendarbeitsschutz in Amerika" (1962).
164. "Neue Tendenzen in der amerikanischen Jugendfürsorge" (ca. 1939).
165. "Neue Wege der Ausbildung für die Sozialarbeit in Indien."
166. "Die Neuordnung der Fürsorgeerziehung durch Notverordnung" (1932).
167. "Neuordnung des freiwilligen Arbeitsdienstes" (1932).
168. "Noch eine Notverordnung über Fürsorgeerziehung" (1932).
169. "Notprogramm und Amtsvormundschaft" (1932).
170. "Notverordnung über Jugendwohlfahrt" (1932).
171. "Notwerk für die arbeitslosen Jugend" (ca. 1933).
172. "Praktische Massregeln zur Bekämpfung jugendlicher Verwahrlosung in Cleveland Ohio" (1939).
173. "Der preußische Staat und die Jugendpflege" (1932).
174. "Das Problem der Schwererziehbaren in der Fürsorgeerziehung" (1931).
175. "Probleme der Gesundheitsfürsorge im Kriege in USA" (1942).
176. "Probleme der Jugendfürsorge in afrikanischen Entwicklungsländern."
177. "Die Probleme der Jugendkriminalität mit ihrer Behandlung in die U.S.A." (ca. 1960).
178. "Das Programm für 'Social Security' im Vormarsch."
179. "Projekt für die Schaffung von Jugendherbergen" (1933).
180. "Regina Kägi-Fuchsmann."
181. "Die Reichsverfassung hat zwar bestimmt . . ." (1932).
182. "Richtlinien für die Zusammenarbeit von Hort und Schule."
183. "Schwarzarbeit und Emigration" (1933).
184. "Die Schweiz im Kriege" (1942).
185. "Selbsthilfe in internationale Beleuchtung."
186. "Die Sexualverbrechen der deutschen Nazijugend. Erschreckende Ergebnisse der Kriminalstatistik" (1937).
187. "Siegmund-Schultze als Gründer und erster Direktor des Jugendamts Berlin und sein Einfluss auf das Reichsjugendwohlfahrtsgesetz."
188. "Sozialarbeit in USA. Die 'National Conference of Social Work' in Indianapolis" (1937).
189. "Sozialbeamte in der amerikanischen Gewerkschaftsbewegung" (1938).
190. "Die soziale Sicherung des amerikanischen Bürgers" (1966).
191. "Sozialfürsorge und Sozialwissenschaft."
192. "Sozialhygiene und Sozialreform auf der Weisshaus-Konferenz" (1940).
193. "Sozialistische Stellung zur privaten Wohlfahrtspflege" (1933).
194. "Sozialpolitische Sorgen in den Vereinigten Staaten" (1937).
195. "Sparmaßnahmen in der Jugendwohlfahrtspflege" (1931).
196. "Der Stand der amerikanischen Gewerkschaftsentwicklung" (1937).
197. "Der Stand des Jugendschutzes im Arbeitsschutzgesetz" (1932).
198. "Die Stellung des unehelichen Kindes in Amerika."
199. "Tagung des Hauptausschusses des Deutschen Vereins für öffentliche und private Fürsorge in Bonn – 3. November 1960."
200. "Ueberwindung der Fürsorgeerziehung" (1931).

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201. "Veröffentlichung der Notprogramme für die Jugendwohlfahrt durch das Reichsministerium des Innern" (1932).
202. "Waldhof Templin" (1932).
203. "Der Wandel der Grundideen der amerikanischer Sozialarbeit" (1960).
204. "Die Wandlung der deutschen Jugendfürsorge" (1933).
205. "Wandlungen im amerikanischen Jugendgericht" (1968).
206. "Wandlungen in der deutschen Jugendfürsorge."
207. "White House Conference on Children in USA" (1960).
208. "Wohlfahrtspflege im Dritten Reich" (1933).
209. "Wohlfahrtspflege und Planwirtschaft" (1933).
210. "Die wohlfahrtspflegerische Mission der Schweiz."
211. "Zeitschriftenschau" (1933).
212. "Die Zukunft der privaten Wohlfahrtspflege in Amerika" (1937).
213. "Zum Ausbau der amerikanischen Sozialversicherung."
214. "Zum Einfluss der Emigration von Mitgliedern der Arbeiterwohlfahrt nach 1933" (1978).
215. "Zum Gesundheitsfürsorge-Programm in U.S.A." (1942).
216. "Zum Notwehr der arbeitslosen Jugend" (1933).
217. "Zum Problem der Krankenversicherung in den Vereinigten Staaten" (1955).
218. "Zum Stand der Wohlfahrtspflege in den Vereinigten Staaten" (1939).
219. "Zum Wandel der Grundgedanken amerikanischer Sozialarbeit" (1960).
220. "Zur Berufslage der amerikanischen Sozialarbeiter" (1962).
221. "Zur Entwicklung der amerikanischen Sozialpolitik" (1955).
222. "Zur Frage der arbeitslosen Jugendlichen" (1932).
223. "Zur Frage der religiösen Erziehung" (1932).
224. "Zur Frage der Voraussagbarkeit des Bewährungserfolges" (1958).
225. "Zur gewerkschaftlichen Entwicklung der 'social workers' in den (Vereinigten Staaten) USA" (1938).
226. "Zur internationale Konferenz der Sozialarbeit."
227. "Zur Krise in der öffentlichen Wohlfahrtspflege in USA" (1963).
228. "Zur Not[?] der Wohlfahrtspflege" (1932).
229. "Zur Reform der Fürsorge-Erziehung."
230. "Zusammenarbeit von Jugendamt und Polizeibehörden" (1932).

English articles:

231. "A German Peace Corps" (ca. 1964).
232. "A New Child Labor Law in Germany" (1939).
233. "A Report on Social Security Programs in the Soviet Union: Prepared by the U.S. Team that Visited the U.S.S.R. under the East-West Exchange Program in August-September 1958" (1960).
234. "The Administration of a Social Agency's Library."
235. "Affluence and Poverty in the USA" (1979).
236. "American Social Workers Abroad" (1964).
237. "Changes in the International Conference on Social Welfare" (1969).
238. "Changing Philosophy of Social Work" (ca. 1959).
239. "Child Labor in Germany" (1939).
240. "Coordination of Family Welfare Service in France."
241. "Correctional Rehabilitation Study Act of 1965" (1966).
242. "The Crisis of our 'Welfare State'" (ca. 1963).
243. "Delinquency and Crime Rehabilitation" (1965).
244. "The Development of Welfare and Social Responsibility" (1957).
245. "The Fate of European Children Eleven Years after the War" (1957).
246. "The Federal Correctional Rehabilitation Study Act of 1965 and Its Implications" (1967).
247. "Gainfully Employed Women in Germany" (1939).
248. "The German Constitution" (1932).
249. "German Voices About the Holocaust Revelations" (1979).
250. "History of the International Council on Social Welfare – Section One. Preliminaries and the First Three International Conferences."
251. "The Illegitimate."
252. "International Conference at Manilla" (1970).
253. "International Dimensions of Social Work" (1959).
254. "International Symposium of Social Workers in Ireland."
255. "Inter-school student conferences" (1959).
256. "Juvenile Delinquency Under the New Federal Criminal Code in Switzerland" (1940).
257. "Maladjusted Youth—An International Problem."
258. "Nuclear Weapons Freeze Iniative: Phase 1 a Success" (ca. 1982).
259. "Principles and Methods of Social Welfare in the United States" (1964).
260. "Problems of International Development Policy" (1979).
261. "Recent Trends in American Social Work Education."
262. "Report on Local Cooperation and Initiative in the California East Bay Area."
263. "Selfhelp of Emigres from Central Europe."
264. "Social Work Under the Nazi Regime" (1939).
265. "Social Workers and Labor Unions in the United States"
266. "Social Workers and Socialists: Have they Anything in Common?" (ca. 1959).
267. "Some Child Welfare Problems in African Countries" (1965).
268. "Some Memories of Angelica Balabanoff" (1979).
269. "United States Reports, Vol. 354, Cases Adjudged by the Supreme Court."
270. "The University in Exile."
271. "The Use of Interdepartmental Facilities of the University for the Training of Students from Abroad with Emphasis on Community Development Projects" (1955).
272. "Vietnamese Refugees in the USA" (1979).
273. "Visit of Study Commission of the State Rhein-Pfalz (Germany)" (1972).
274. "XIVth International Conference on Social Welfare, August 18-24, 1968. Helsinki, Finland" (1969).
275. Child Welfare in Germany. Notes.
276. Health insurance / medical care. Notes, 1957-1958.
277. Juvenile delinquency. Notes.
278. Labor unions. Notes.
279. Social Work and Social Science. Notes.

Book reviews (German and English):

280. Andics, Margarethe v. Ueber Sinn und Sinnlosigkeit des Lebens (The Meaning and the Meaninglessness of Life), 1939.
281. Anglo-Jewish Association. Germany's New Nazis, 1952.
282. Baer, Ulrich. Familien- und Jugendsoziologie, 1961.
Roedl, Peter. Jugend in Staat und Gesellschaft. Ein Beitrag zur poliltischen Bildungsarbeit, 1961.
283. Bang, Ruth. Die helfende Beziehung als Grundlage der persönlichen Hilfe. Ein Wegweiser der Hilfe von Mensch zu Mensch, 1965.
284. Baum, Marie / Westerkamp, Alix. Der Rhythmus des Familienlebens, 1932.
285. Becker-Gildemeister. Förderung der Jugendpflege durch Reich, Länder, Gemeinden und Gemeindeverbände, 1932.
286. Belbenoit, René. Dry Guillotine. Fifteen Years Among the Living Dead, 1938.
      Belbenoit, René. Hell on Trial, 1940.
287. Bleibtreu-Ehrenberg, Gisela. Tabu: Homosexualität: die Geschichte eines Vorurteils (Tabu: Homosexuality: The History of a Prejudice), 1978.
288. Bley, Gloria. A Statement of Guiding Principles on Standards of the Compulsory Education and Child Labor Laws, 1961.
289. Bowman, Isaiah. Limits of Land Settlement, 1939.
290. Brandecker, Ferdinand / Feidel-Mertz, Hildegard. Kurt Lowenstein: Sozialismus und Erziehung: Eine Auswahl aus seinen Schriften 1919-1933, 1976.
291. Braunthal, Julius. Otto Brauer. Eine Auswahl aus seinem Lebenswerk, 1962.
292. Bredemeier, Harry circa / Toby, Jackson. Social Problems in America, 1960.
293.. Breunlich, Franz. Das Wiener Jugendhilfswerk 1930, 1931.
294 Chambers, Clarke A. Seedtime of Reform. American Social Service and Social Action 1918-1933, 1963.
295. Clark, Harrison. Swedish Unemployment Policy – 1914 to 1940, 1942.
296. de S. Brunner, Edmund / Hallenbeck, Wilbur circa American Society: Urban and Rural Patterns, 1955.
297. Deutsches Archiv für Jugendwohlfahrt und Archiv für Volksbildung. Aus der Praxis der Erwerbslosenhilfe an Jugendlicher, 1932.
298. Eckelberg, Willy. Grundriss der öffentliche Fürsorge, 1959.
      Schellhorn, Walter. Anstaltsfürsorge. Betreuung hilfsbedürftiger Menschen in geschlossenen Fürsorgeeinrichtungen, 1959.
      Hengsteberg, Hubert. Blindenrecht – Blindenhilfe, 1959.
      Schönfeld, Egon. Erholungsfürsorge, 1959.
299. Diederich, Kurt. Elternhaus und Schule. Ein Beitrag zur inneren Schulreform, 1961.
300. Edinger, Dora. Bertha Pappenheim. Leben und Schriften, 1963.
301. Féraud, Lucien. Actuarial Technique and Financial Organisation [!] of Social Insurance, 1940.
302. Ford, James / Ford, Katherine Morrow. The Abolition of Poverty, 1937.
303. Friese, Victor. Die Ermächtigung des Vergleichsrichters zur Kündigung von Lehrverträgen, 1932.
304. Glaser, Daniel. Adult Crime and Social Policy, 1973.
305. Goldberg, Izaak. The Miracles versus Tyranny, 1978.
306. Hartmann, Hans / Freiherr v. Schlottheim / Hans Ulricht / Hellmut Meng. Praktische Jugendgerichtshilfe, 1961.
307. Hermann, J. Educational Problems of Unemployed Youth in France, 1979.
308. Henne-Laufer, Grete / Friedrich Leppmann / Charlotte Meyer. Jugendliche als Zeugen, 1932.
309. Holl, Jack M. Juvenile Reform in the Progressive Era: William R. George and the Junior Republic Movement, 1972.
310. Hundinger, Ina. Templin, 1932.
311. Industrialization and Social Work. Proceedings of the Eighth Assembly of the International Conference of Social Work, 1956.
312. International Labour Office. Economical Administration of Health Insurance Benefits, 1940.
313. Internationale Zeitschrift für Individualpsychologie. Sonderheft: Menschen vor dem Richter, 1932.
314. Jahrbuch des Jugendrechts. Band III für das Jahr 1931.
315. Jahrbuch des Jugendrechts. Band IV für das Jahr 1931.
316. Janowsky, Oscar I. The Jewish Problem in East-Central Europe, 1939.
317. Klausener-Kerstiens-Kempner. Das Polizeiverwaltungsgesetz, 1932.
318. Klein, Philip. A Social Study of Pittsburgh. Community Problems and Social Services of Allegheny County, 1939.
319. Konopka, Gisela. Social Group Work: A helping process, 1963.
320. Landesjugendamt der Rheinprovinz. Das Jugendwohlfahrtsrecht, 1932.
321. Lennhoff, Fred G. The First Thirty Years, 1936.
322. Loesch, Achim von. Die gemeinwirtschaftlichen Unternehmen der deutschen Gewerkschaften, 1979.
323. Neuhaus, Agnes. Fürsorgeerziehung und Bewahrung, 1932.
324. Noack, Victor. Das soziale Sexualverbrechen, Wohnungsnot und Geschlechtsnot. Ein Kampfwort auch für die Jugend, 1932.
325. Pünder, Johannes. Der Referenten-Entwurf des Jugendhilfgesetzes – Ein Reform? 1979.
326. Radbruch. Der Erziehungsgedanke im Strafwesen, 1932.
327. Rothschild, F. Abbau der Fürsorgeerziehung durch ein Veto der Fürsorgeerziehungsbehörde, 1932.
328. Rubin, Arnold P. Hitler and the Nazis: The Evil that Men Do, 1979.
329. Seipp, Paul / Walter Becker / Gerhard Potrykus. Jugendarbeitsschutz, 1961.
330. Silver, James W. Der Aufstand von Ole Miss! Zum Rassenkonflikt in Mississippi, 1966.
331. Spengler, Joseph. France Faces Depopulation, 1979.
332. Tannenbaum, Frank. Crime and the Community, 1938.
333. Tichauer, Theodor. Die Frau im Recht, 1933.
334. Titmuss, Richard M. Commitment to Welfare, 1967.
335. Travis, Georgia. Chronic Disease and Disability. A Social Worker's Guide, 1966.
336. Wachiger. Zur Frage der Erzwingbarkeit, der Blutentnahme für die Blutgruppenbestimmung. Bedeutung und Grenzen der richterlichen Interessenabwägung, 1932.
337. Weiland, Ruth. Das soziale Schicksal der deutschen landwirtschaftlichen Wanderfamilien, 1932.
338. Weiland, Ruth. Die Kinder der Arbeitslosen, 1933.
339. Weiland, Ruth. Kinderfürsorge jenseits unserer Grenzen, undated.
340. Weyl, Richard. Der Jugendliche im Recht, 1932.
341. Wilson, Thelma / Eileen Younghusband. Teaching Community Work: A European Exploration, 1976.
      Hueser, Karl / Ferdinand Kuepper / Wilhelm Beckers. Politische Bildung in Deutschland im 20. Jahrhundert, 1976.
      Schneider, Alfred. Rechts- und Berufskunde fuer Medizinische Assistenzberufe, 1976.


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Series 4: Published writings of Walter A. Friedländer

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Book publications (including reviews):

1. Grundzüge des Jugendrechts. Leipzig: Ernst Oldenburg, 1924. 98p.
2. Jugendrecht und Jugendpflege. Berlin: Arbeiterjugend-Verlag, 1930. 116p.
3. Das Recht der Jugend (1930) – reviews.
4. The Swiss Federal Criminal Code of December 21, 1937. Published as a supplement to The Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology, XXX, No. 1 (May-June 1939). 86p.
5. The Swiss Federal Criminal Code of December 21, 1937 – reviews.
6. Child Welfare in Germany Before and After Naziism (1940) – reviews.
7. Introduction to Social Welfare. New York: Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1955.683p.
8. Introduction to Social Welfare (1955) – reviews.
9. Concepts and Methods of Social Work (1958) – reviews, advertisements.
10. Helene Simon. Ein Leben für soziale Gerechtigkeit (1962) – reviews.
11. Individualism & Social Welfare. An Analysis of the System of Social Security and Social Welfare in France. East Lansing, MI: The Free Press of Glencoe, Inc., 1962. 251p.
12. Individualism & Social Welfare (1962) – reviews.
13. Hans Maier. Sein Leben und Werk. Bonn: Arbeiterwohlfahrt, 1964. 39p.
14. Grundbegriffe und Methoden der Sozialarbeit (1974) – reviews.
15. International Aspects of Social Work and Social Welfare (1975) – reviews.
16. Calkins, Kenneth R. Hugo Haase: Democrat and Revolutionary. Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press, 1979. Unbound copy.
17. Hugo Haase – reviews.

Journal articles:

18. "Praktische Erfahrungen mit der Schutzaufsicht" (1926).
19. "Gesetzentwurf über die unehelichen Kinder" (1926).
20. "Die gesetzlliche Regelung der Unterbringung und Versorgung des Pflegekindes" (1926).
21. "Die Jugend in der Gesetzgebung" (1926).
22. "Die Rechtsgrundlage der Zuständigkeit in der freien Wohlfahrtspflege" (1926).
23. "Die erzieherischen Aufgaben des Jugendamtes" (1927).
24. "Jugendwohlfahrtspflege und Sozialpolitik. Vortragsdisposition" (1927).
25. "Der Leiter der Jugendgerichtshilfe" [ca. 1927].
26. "Zur gesellschaftlichen Stellung der heutigen Familie. Erfahrungen aus der Jugendfürsorge" (1928).
27. "Reichskonferenz des Hauptausschusses für Arbeiterwohlfahrt" (1929).
28. "Die Schwiegepflicht der Mitglieder der Wohlfahrts- und Jugendkommission" (1929).
29. "Der Stand des Gesetzes über unehelichen Kinder" (1929).
30. "Abänderungsvorschläge zur Fürsorgeerziehung" (1930).
31. "Jugendamt und Säuglings- und Kleinkinderfürsorge" (1930).
32. "Die Bedeutung der Schutzaufsicht für die Fürsorgeerziehung" [1931].
33. "Breulich, Franz, 'Das Wiener Jugendhilfswerk 1930'" (1931).
34. "Hilfe des Jugendamts" (1931).
35. "Kleinkindererholung und Familienfürsorge" (1931).
36. "Notprogramm der Jugendwohlfahrtspflege. Vorschläge der Deutschen Zentrale für freie Jugendwohlfahrt" (1931).
37. "Sparmaßnahmen in der Jugendwohlfahrtspflege" (1931).
38. "Wo stehen wir heute?" (1931).
39. "Arbeitslose Jugend" (1932).
40. "Eine neue Adoptionsvermittlungsstelle?" (1932).
41. "Lebensraum der Arbeitslosen Jugend!" (1932).
42. "Noch einmal: Die Deutsche Adoptionsstelle. Eine Erwiderung" (1932).
43. "Weyl, Richard, Prof. Dr. (Kiel): Der Jugendliche im Recht" (1932).
44. "Zusammenarbeit von Jugendamt und Polizeibehörden" (1932).
45. "Arbeitslosigkeit und Kinderarbeit" (1933).
46. "Deutsche Emigranten in Paris" (1933).
47. "Erfahrungen in der deutschen Fürsorge für jugendliche Arbeitslose" (1933).
48. "Die Frau im Recht" (1933).
49. "Das Jugendnotwerk in der Praxis" (1933).
50. "Los der Armen in Dritten Reich" (1933).
51. "Mietrückstände" (1933).
52. "Notwerk der arbeitslosen Jugend. Kritische Anmerkungen" (1933).
53. "Schwarzarbeit und Emigration" (1933).
54. "Soziale Probleme der deutschen Emigration (I)" (1933).
      "Soziale Probleme der deutschen Emigration (II)" (1933).
55. "Waldhof Templin" (1933).
      "Das Jugendwohlfahrtsrecht" (1933).
56. "Die Wandlung der deutschen Fürsorge" (1933).
57. "Zur Frage gesetzlicher Regelung der sozialen Gerichtshilfe" (1933).
58. "Sozialistische Stellung zur privaten Wohlfahrtspflege" (1934).
59. "Die heutige wohlfahrtspflegerische Mission der Schweiz" (1935).
60. "Die amerikanische Nationale Konferenz für Wohlfahrtspflege" (1937).
61. "Bekämpfung der Arbeitslosigkeit in den Vereinigten Staaten" (1937).
62. "Große Zunahme der Jugendkriminalität" (1937).
63. "Die neuen Methoden der amerikanischen Gewerkschaftsbewegung" (1937).
64. "Sexualverbrechen unter Hitler" (1937).
65. "Sozialarbeit in USA. Die 'National Conference of Social Work' in Indianapolis – Eine riesige Beteiligung" (1937).
66. "Sozialpolitische Sorgen in den Vereinigten Staaten" (1937).
67. "Der Stand der amerikanischen Gewerkschaftsentwicklung" (1937).
68. "What Some 'Aryan' Germans Think of Hitler" (1937).
69. "Der amerikanische 'Social Security Act' in der Praxis" (1938).
70. "Die amerikanische Sozialpolitik im Aufbau: Der Social Security Act" (1938).
71. "Die deutsche Schipperkrankheit" (1938).
72. "Ein amerikanisches Jugendgerichtsgesetz" (1938).
73. "Kongress am falschen Ort. Internationaler Kinderschutzkongress in Deutschland" (1938).
74. "Kulturbild aus Nazi-Deutschland. 'Erziehung' mit der Hundepeische. – Das Rechsgericht findet Kindermisshandlung entschuldbar" (1938).
75. "Zur gewerkschaftlichen Entwicklung der 'social workers' in den USA" (1938).
76. "Die amerikanische Wohlfahrtskonferenz in Seattle" (1939).
77. "The Buffalo Conference of Social Work 1939" (1939).
78. "Social Security im Vormarsch" (1939).
79. "Die Völkerwanderung unserer Zeit" (1939).
80. "Wohin mit den Millionen Emigranten?" (1939).
81. "Social Work Under the Nazi Regime" (1939).
82. "Zum Gesundheitsfürsorge-Programm in U.S.A." (1939).
83. "Kinder in einer Demokratie. Die Jugendhilfe-Konferenz im Weissen Hause, Washington, D.C." (1940).
84. "Julius Rosenwald. The Life of a Practical Humanitarian. By M. R. Werner" (1940).

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85. "Die beste Verteidigung der Freiheit" (1941).
86. "Pre-Nazi Prison" (1941).
87. "Zur Frage der Immigranten-Arbeit in Illinois" (1941).
88. "Jugendliche Kriminalität im Kriege. Erfahrungen in England und in den Vereinigten Staaten" (1942).
89. "Probleme der Gesundheitsfürsorge im Kriege in USA" (1942).
90. "Die Schweiz im Kriege" (1942).
91. "Landes-Wohlfahrtskongreß in New Orleans" (1943).
92. "Die Haltung amerikanischer Kinder zum Krieg" (1945).
93. "UNRRA, die internationale Nothilfe der neuen Weltorganisation" (1946).
94. "Die Welt-Gesundheits-Organisation" (1947).
95. "Die Aufgaben des Internationalen Kinder-Notfonds" (1948).
96. "Entwicklungstendenzen der sozialen Arbeit in den Vereinigten Staaten von Nordamerika nach dem zweiten Weltkrieg" (1948).
97. "International Aspects of Social Work Education" (1949).
98. "Gewerkschaftsverträge und soziale Sicherheit" (1950).
99. "Reform des amerikanischen Social Security Act" (1950).
100. "The Challenge of Delinquency. Von Negley K. Teeters und John Otto Reinemann" (1951).
101. "Das Stpendienwesen für Berufslehren in USA" (1951).
102. "Familienfürsorge in Frankreich" (1952).
103. "Berlin Refugees" (1953).
104. "Child Welfare" (1953).
105. "Co-ordination of Family Welfare Services in France" (1953).
106. "Freiwillige Krankenversicherung unter der Kaiser-Stiftung in Kalifornien" (1953).
107. "Das neue Bundesministerium für Gesundheit, Erziehung und Wohlfahrt in den Vereinigten Staaten" (1953).
108. "The New Refugees in Germany: A Challenge to Social Work" (1953).
109. "Der Ausbau der Sozialversicherung in den Vereinigten Staaten" (1954).
110. "Erfahrungen mit Ambulatorien in Amerika" (1954).
111. "Fürsorgerische Mitwirkung bei der Behandlung chronisch Geisteskranker. Ergebnisse eines Experiments in Kalifornien" (1954).
112. "Internationale Sozialkonferenz in Toronto" (1954).
113. "Zur Entwicklung der amerikanischen Sozialpolitik" (1954).
114. "Die amerikanische Wohlfahrtskonferenz in San Francisco 1955" (1955).
115. "Das Berufsbildungswesen in den Vereinigten Staaten" (1955).
116. "Selbsthilfe in internationaler Beleuchtung" (1955).
117. "Die Stellung des unehelichen Kindes in Amerika" (1955).
118. "Aufgaben und Zusammenarbeit der privaten und staatlichen Jugendhilfe in den USA" (1957).
119. "Berufsschulwesen in den Vereinigten Staaten" (1957).
120. "Amerikanisches Wohlfahrtswesen und die Gewerkschaften" (1958).
121. "Zur Frage der Voraussagbarkeit des Bewährungserfolges" (1958).
122. "Harry circa Bredemeier und Jackson Toby, Social Problems in America" (1960).
123. "In memoriam Carl Mennicke" / "In memoriam Hans Scherpener" (1960).
124. "Sozialfürsorge und Sozialwissenschaft" (1960).
125. "White House Conference on Children in USA" (1960).
126. "Wandlung der Grundgedanken sozialer Arbeit mit besonderer Berücksichtigung der nordamerikanischen Verhältnisse" (1961).
127. "A Statement of Guiding Principles on Standards of the Compulsory Education and Child Labor Laws, by Gloria Bley" (1962).
128. "Elternhaus und Schule; ein Beitrag zur inneren Schulreform: Kurt Diederich" (1962).
129. "Gemeinschaftsplanung und Gemeinschaftsentwicklung in den USA" (1962).
130. "Helene Simons frühe Arbeiten über Sozialpolitik und Wohlfahrtspflege" (1962).
131. "Jugendarbeitschutz, by Dr. Paul Seipp, Dr. Walter Becker, and Dr. Gerhard Potrykus" (1962).
132. "Jugendliche Banden in Amerika, ihre soziologische Rolle und Maßnahmen der Fürsorge" (1962).
133. "Probleme der Jugendfürsorge in afrikanischen Entwicklungsländern" (1962).
134. "Vorbeugende und heilende Maßnahmen der Fürsorge für verwahrloste Jugendliche in den Vereinigten Staaten" (1962).
135. "Zur Berufslage der amerikanischen Sozialarbeiter" (1962).
136. "Lotte Lemke zum 60. Geburtstag unsere Wünsche und Grüße!" (1963).
137. "Nochmals: Jugendfürsorge in afrikanischen Entwicklungsländern" (1963).
138. "Zur Krise der öffentlichen Wohlfahrtspflege in USA" (1963).
139. "Clarke A. Chambers: Seedtime of Reform. American Social Service and Social Action, 1918-1933" (1964).
140. "Gefahren des Überflusses" (1964).
141. "In memoriam Hans Maier" (1964).
142. "Das amerikanische Krankenhaus-Versicherungsgesetz von 1965" (1965).
143. "Gewerkschaftliche Organisation der Sozialarbeiter in den USA" (1965).
144. "Jugend im Konflikt mit der Gesellschaft" (1965).
145. "Re: Familie Kautsky" (1965).
146. "Recenti orientamenti della formazione per il servizio sociale negli Stati Uniti" (1965).
147. "Neue amerikanische Sozialgesetzgebung" (1966).
148. "Neue Methoden der Sozialausbildung in den USA" (1966).
149. "Siegmund-Schultze als Gründer und Erster Direktor des Jugendamtes Berlin und sein Einfluß auf das Reichsjugendwohlfahrtsgesetz" (1966).
150. "The Federal Correctional Rehabilitation Study Act of 1965 and Its Implications" (1967).
151. "Labour Unions and Social Workers" (1970).
152. "Briefe, die uns erreichen" [letter to the editor] (1975).
153. "The First Thirty Years (An autobiographical study), Fred G. Lennhoff" (1976).
154 ."'Sühnezeichen' musste Blutopfer bringen" (1978).
155. "Letter to NASW" (1979).


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Series 5: Conference materials

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International Conferences on Social Work / Social Welfare (1936-1974):

1. Third International Conference on Social Work, London, England, July 8-10, 1936.
2. Eighth International Conference of Social Work, Munich, Germany, Aug. 5-10, 1956.
3. Tenth International Conference of Social Work, Rome, Italy, 8-14 Jan. 1961.
4. Eleventh International Conference of Social Work, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 9-25 Aug. 1962.
5. Twelfth International Conference of Social Service, Athens, Greece, 13-19 Sept. 1964.
6. Thirteenth International Conference of Social Work, Washington, D.C., 31 Aug. – 10 Sept. 1966.
7. Fourteenth International Conference on Social Welfare, Helsinki, Finland, 18-24 Aug. 1968.
8. Fifteenth International Congress of Schools of Social Work, Manilla, Philippine Islands, 30 Aug. – 2 Sept. 1970.
9. Sixteenth International Conference on Social Welfare, The Hague, Netherlands, Aug. 1972.
10. Seventeenth International Conference on Social Welfare, Nairobi, Kenya, 14-20 July 1974.

Miscellaneous Conference materials (1926-1981):

11. Miscellaneous conference announcements, 1944-1981.
12. Sozialismus und Bevölkerungspolitik, Jena, Germany, 25-26 Sept. 1926.
13. Congrès international de l"Enfance / Internationaler Kongress für die Kindheit, Paris, 27 July – 1 Aug. 1931.
14. Xe Session de l'Association internationale pour la protection de l'enfance, Lisbonne, 25-29 Oct. 1931.
15. Konferenz zur Erhaltung der Jugendwohlfahrtspflege, Berlin, 7 Dec. 1931.
16. German-American Institute, Frankfurt am Main, July 9-10, 1932.
17. Der soziale Wandel und die Erziehung. Sechste Weltkonferenz des Weltbundes für Erneuerung dr Erziehung. Nizza, 29 July – 12 Aug. 1932.
18. Schweizerische Konferenz für sozialistische Wohlfahrtspflege, Luzern, 12 Nov. 1933.
19. American Association of Social Workers. Minutes of meetings (1951-1953).
20. Internationale Konferenz für Sozialarbeit, Köln, 7. August 1952.
21. Workshop on Supervision and Consultation (Spring 1953 – Spring 1954).
22. Organization of American States, Tenth Inter-American Conference, Caracas, Venezuela, 1954.
23. Social Welfare Research and Demonstration Workshop, Los Angeles, CA, 23-26 Jan. 1957.
24. Community Development Training, Bandarawela, Ceylon, May 3-9, 1959.
25. First Annual Michigan Tri-University Student Social Work Conferenc, Detroit, MI, 4 Dec. 1959.
26. White House Conference on Children and Youth, Washington, D.C., May 1960.
27. White House Conference on Children and Youth, Washington, D.C., May 1960.
28. IX. Internationaler Kongreß für Prophylaktische Medizin, Bad Godesberg, 2-5 Oct. 1962.
29. Dozentenkonferenz, Berlin, 29-30 Oct. 1962.
30. Deutscher Jugendgerichtstag in Regensburg, 4-6 October 1962.
31. Kongress Deutsche Gemeinschaftsaufgaben, Berlin, 17-19 Oct. 1962.
32. Minnesota Conference on Social Work Education, 30 Nov. 1962.
33. American Orthopsychiatric Association Conference, Chicago, March 1964.
34. National Conference on Social Welfare, Los Angeles, CA, 24-29 May 1964.
35. Arden House Conference on Manpower and Training for Corrections, New York, 24-26 June 1964.
36. Council on Social Work Education, Thirteenth Annual Meeting, Denver, CO, 19-21 Jan. 1965.
37. Conference on Poverty in America, Univ. of California, Berkeley, 26-28 Feb. 1965.
38. The Social Worker and Social Change, Univ. of California, Berkeley, 11-13 Apr. 1965.
39. San Francisco International Program for Social Workers and Youth Leaders, Apr. – Aug. 1965.
40. Society for the Study of Social Problems, Chicago, 28-29 Aug. 1965.
41. American Sociological Association, Chicago, 1 Sept. 1965.
42. White House Conference on International Cooperation, Washington, D.C., 28 Nov. – 1 Dec. 1965.
43. "Better Training – Or Else!", New York, 28-29 Nov. 1967.
44. Workshop on Education for Cross-Cultural and International Social Welfare, Atlanta, GA, 6-7 Nov. 1970.
45. International Conference of Jewish Communal Service, Jerusalem, Israel, 15-20 Aug. 1971.
46. The International Federation of Social Workers, 3rd Symposium, Nairobi, Kenya, 8-13 July 1974.

Conference on the Law of the Poor, Berkeley, CA, 17-19 Feb. 1966:

47. General conference materials.
48. Briar, Scott. "Welfare from Below: Recipients' Views of the Welfare System."
49. Cook, Sherburne F. and Woodrow Borah. "Patterns of Marriage and Legitimacy in Mexican Culture: Central Mexico and California."
50. Diamond, Bernard L. "The Children of Leviathan: Psychoanalytic Speculations Concerning Welfare Law and Punitive Sanctions."
51. Ehrenzweig, Albert A. "Reimbursement of Counsel Fees and the Great Society."
52. Friedman, Lawrence A. "Public Housing and the Poor: An Overview."
53. Handler, Joel F. "Controlling Official Behavior in Welfare Administration."
54. Harvith, Bernard Evans. "The Constitutionality of Residence Tests for General and Categorical Assistance Programs."
55. Kay, Herma Hill. "Poverty and the Law of Child Custody."
56. Lewis, Thomas P. "Family Law and Welfare Policies – The Case for 'Dual Systems'."
57. Miller, Loren. "Race, Poverty and the Law."
58. O'Neil, Robert M. "Unconstitutional Conditions: Welfare Benefits with Strings Attached."
59. Paulsen, Monrad G. "Juvenile Courts, Family Courts, and the Poor Man."
60. Rosenheim, Margaret K. "Vagrancy Concepts in Welfare Law."
61. Schier, Carl. "The Undeveloped Law of Landlord and Tenant – A False Problem."
62. tenBroek, Jacobus and Floyd Matson. "The Physically Disabled in the Law of Torts. The Right To Be in Public Places and To Move About."
63. Wedemeyer, J. M. "The American Welfare System."
64. Weihofen, Henry. "Mental Health Services for the Poor."


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Series 6: Course/lecture notes and materials; Student papers

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Course/lecture notes and materials:

1. Paris, circa 1936.
2. University of Chicago, S.S.A. 311.
3. University of Chicago, S.S.A. 313: Child Welfare in U.S.
4. University of Chicago, S.S.A. 321: War and the Social Services.
5. University of Chicago, S.S.A. 366: War and Post-War Problems in European Social Work.
6. University of Chicago, S.S.A. 367: Public Assistance and Child Welfare in Continental Europe.
7. University of Chicago, S.S.A. 368: Comparative Social Insurance.
8. University of California, Berkeley, S.W. 110A: The Social Services I.
9. University of California, Berkeley, S.W. 110B: The Social Services II.
10. University of California, Berkeley, S. W. 198.
11. University of California, Berkeley, S.W. 203: Community Organization.
12. University of California, Berkeley, S.W. 207: Social Welfare Organization.
13. University of California, Berkeley, S.W. 208: Social Welfare and Income Maintenance.
14. University of California, Berkeley, S.W. 228: Social Policy and Social Welfare.
15. University of California, Berkeley, S.W. 252a: Public Welfare Administration.
16. University of California, Berkeley, S.W. 299: Historical Study of Social Welfare Responsibility.
17. University of California, Berkeley, S.W. 578: Administration of Social Welfare Agencies.
18. University of California, Berkeley, Soc 156: Comparative Community Development.
19. Michigan State University, School of Police Administration and Public Safety, 1961.
20. University of Minnesota: History and System of Public and Private Welfare Services in the United States.
21. University of Minnesota, S.W. 225: Social Policy and Programs I.
22. University of Minnesota, S.W. 227: Social Policy and Programs II.
23. University of Minnesota, S.W. 228: Family Dynamics.
24. Cologne (Köln), Germany, 1965: Methoden der Fürsorge (Sozialhilfe).
25. Cologne (Köln), Germany, 1965: Neue Entwicklungslinien in der amerikanischen Sozialhilfe.
26. Pädagogische Hochschule, Berlin, 1967: Internationale Gesichtspunkte in der Entwicklungshilfe.
27. Fachhochschule Münster, Fachbereich Sozialwesen, Summer 1974: Vergleich der wesentlichen Grundlagen der Sozialhilfe in Deutschland und in den USA.

Student Papers:

28. Bronson, M.
29. Carr, Lela B.
30. Carver, Shirley.
31. Dunn.
32. Eberhard, Alide.
33. Harvey, Liz.
34. Hickman, James A.
35. Lisker, Lester.
36. Miser, Connie.
37. Rice, Richardson L.
38. Savedra, Albert.
39. Shaffer, Anatole.
40. Shireman, Charles H.
41. Simon, Elizabeth.
42. Sorek, Norah.
43. Stevens, Edith D.


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Series 7: Offprints and publications by other scholars

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1. "Sociological Implications of Deviance and Accountability in NS Political and Bureaucratic Institutions."
2. Ackerknecht, Lucy K.
3. Alber, Jens.
4. Allekotte, Heinz.
5. Auerbach, Carl A.
6. Auerbach, Walter.
7. Baltzer, Christa.
8. Bauer, Rudolph.
9. Bernheim, Jacques.
10. Blencke, Erna.
11. Bloch, Henri-Simon.
12. Bondy, Curt.
13. Borgese, Elisabeth Mann.
14. Brand, Morris.
15. Brandecker, Ferdinand.
16. Brinkmann, Gerhard.
17. Bruen, Hanan.
18. Calkins, Kenneth R.
19. Carter, Genevieve.
20. Cohen, Nathan E.
21. Cohen, Wilbur J.
22. Coser, Rose Laub.
23. Cramer, Hanna / Rosemargrit Lohmann.
24. Dasbach, Fred.
25. Deimling, Gerhard.
26. DeVos, George.
27. Eberhard, Alide.
28. Escalona, Sibylle.
29. Feldman, Gerald D.
30. Fleming, D. F.
31. Francke, Herbert.
32. Frankenstein, Carl.
33. Frankenthal, Käthe.
34. Friesenhahn, Ernst.
35. Gebhard, Bruno.
36. George, Alfred K.
37. Gerson, Walter.
38. Goldstein, Julius.
39. Gottshalk, Shimon / Robert Swann.
40. Grebler, Leo.
41. Greenwood, Ernest.
42. Grillo, Evelio.
43. Gruner, Isa.
44. Gulliver, P. H.
45. Haase, Ernst.
46. Haase, Hugo.
47. Harms, Bruno.
48. Hearn, Gordon.
49. Heider, Werner.
50. Hertz, Paul.
51. Hillman, Arthur.
52. Hirsch-Weber, Wolfgang.
53. Hönigsheim, Paul (1).
54. Hönigsheim, Paul (2).
55. Hönigsheim, Paul (3).
56. Howard, Jane.
57. Iona, Mario, Jr.
58. Jenne, Michael.
59. Jones, Robert Huws.
60. Kägi-Fuchsmann, Regina.
61. Kägi, Ulrich.
62. Keller, Elke.
63. Kidneigh, John circa
64. Knilli, Monika (1).
65. Knilli, Monika (2).
66. König, René.
67. Kohs, Sam circa
68. Konopka, Gisela.
69. Kuenstler, Peter.

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70. Ladendorf, Heinz.
71. Lamla, Ernst.
72. Lang, Franz.
73. Leibfried, Stephan (1).
74. Leibfried, Stephan (2).
75. Lemke, Lotte.
76. Lerner, Abba P.
77. Lerner, Daniel.
78. Lewis, Harold.
79. Lichtenstein, Heinz.
80. Lichtenstein, Julius.
81. Liszt, Elsa von.
82. Löwenthal, Richard.
83. Lüchinger, Adolf.
84. Maas, Henry S.
85. Macdonald, John. "ICSW – The International Council on Social Welfare. A Short History."
86. MacFarlane, Jean Walter.
87. Maier, Hans.
88. Mandel, A. A.
89. March, Michael S.
90. Martin, Klaus-Rainer.
91. Marzahn, Christian.
92. Matull, Wilhelm.
93. Mehl, Hans Peter.
94. Mende, Käthe.
95. Middendorff, Wolf.
96. Mindlin, Albert.
97. Moellenhauer, Wilhelm.
98. Muthesius, Hans.
99. Nachbauer, Kurt.
100. Nemitz, Kurt.
101. Neumueller, Paul.
102. Neundörfer, L.
103. Nimmermann, Peter.
104. The Northern California Service Leage.
105. Ontell, Robert.
106. Oswalt, A.
107. Paul, H.
108. Perlis, Leo.
109. Pfaffenberger, Hans.
110. Plank, Emma N. and Robert.
111. Radlauer, Ralf.
112. Rapoport, Lydia.
113. Reinemann, John Otto.
114. Reisner, Erwin T.
115. Rexin, Manfred.
116. Rice, Richardson L.
117. Rickenbach, Walter.
118. Roosch, Heinz.
119. Rosenfeld, Leonard S.
120. Sand, René. "Les origines et le developpement de la conference internationale de service social."
121. Sato, Masayuki.
122. Schilling, K.G.
123. Schindler-Rainman, Eva.
124. Schottland, Charles.
125. Schwabacher, Elsbeth.
126. Seidler, Horst.
127. Siegmund-Schultze, Friedrich.
128. Sieverts, Rudolf.
129. Stammer, Otto.
130. Steiger, Emma.
131. Steiner, John Michael.
132. Strohm, Theodor.
133. Stutte, Hermann.
134. Svarc, Ivor.
135. tenBroek, Jacobus.
136. Tennstedt, Florian (1).
137. Tennstedt, Florian (2).
138. Thind, B. S.
139. Trenk-Hinterberger, Peter.
140. Trinchero, Agnes.
141. Urquidi, Victor L.
142. van Mill, J.
143. Wallerstein, Judith S.
144. Warren, Roland L.
145. Weber, Georg.
146. Wegener, Hermann.
147. Weisser, Gerhard (1).
148. Weisser, Gerhard (2).
149. Wiener, Jack.
150. Wilson, Gertrude.
151. Worthington, Gladys.
152. Yadava, A. K. S.


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Series 8: Miscellaneous materials
Sub-series 1: Materials on various topics, subject folders

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1. Adolescents.
2. Adoption.
3. Africa, developing nations.
4. American Association of Social Workers.
5. American Friends Service Committee.
6. American Public Welfare Association – miscellaneous publications.
7. Americans for Democratic Action – publications.
8. Arbeiterwohlfahrt.
9. Berlin, Germany.
10. Book catalogs, advertisements.
11. California Association for Health and Welfare.
12. California – Unemployment / Disability insurance.
13. Child labor.
14. Child labor in Germany.
15. Child welfare, Berlin, circa 1930-1932.
16. Child welfare, Berlin (2).
17. Child welfare (3).
18. China.
19. Community development.
20. Concert / theater programs.
21. Council for a Democratic Germany.
22. Council of Social Planning, Alameda County, California.
23. Council of Social Planning, Berkeley/Oakland, California
24. Czechoslovakia.
25. Dale-Bill
26. Deutsche Vereinigung für Jugendgerichte und Jugendgerichtshilfen e.V.
27. Drug use / abuse.
28. Education, general.
29. European Association for the Study of Refugee Problems – membership lists, 1954.
30. Family planning.

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31. Friends Committee on National Legislation.
32. Germany.
33. Germany – health care.
34. Health insurance.
35. Home for Jewish Parents.
36. International Social Welfare – background materials (1).
37. International Social Welfare – background materials (2).
38. International Society for Community Development.
39. International Union for Child Welfare – publications.
40. Introduction to Social Welfare – background materials.
41. Israel / Jews.
42. Juvenile delinquency (1).
43. Juvenile delinquency (2).
44. Köln, Universität zu.
45. Medicare.
46. Mental health.
47. Migrant workers.
48. National Association of Social Workers (NASW).
49. National Association of Social Workers – publications.
50. National Association of Social Workers, Golden Gate Chapter – minutes.
51. National Association of Social Workers, Golden Gate Chapter – News.
52. The National Assembly for Social Policy and Development, Inc.
53. National Committee for an Effective Congress.
54. National Federation of Settlements and Neighborhood Centers.
55. National Social Welfare Assembly, Inc.
56. Notwerk der deutschen Jugend, 1933.
57. Oakland, California.
58. Pacific Foundation College of Medicine.
59. Peace Corps.
60. Poland.
61. Poverty.
62. Prison reform.

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63. Public Welfare Crisis, 1962-1963.
64. Public Welare Policy.
65. Refugees.
66. Restitution / Wiedergutmachung.
67. Schweizerisches Hilfswerk für aussereuropäische Gebiete.
68. Selfhelp of Chicago / Selfhelp Home for the Aged
69. Senator für Familie, Jugend und Sport (Berlin) – publications.
70. Senior Citizens / Aging.
71. Social Democratic Party (Berlin), 1945.
72. Social Security.
73. Social Work Education (1).
74. Social Work Educaton (2).
75. Student Exchange Programs.
76. Student Protests.
77. Study Group on Social Change and Correctional Services.
78. Theater and concert programs.
79. UNICEF.
80. United Nations.
81. United Nations Economic and Social Council – publications.
82. U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare – publications.
83. University of California, Berkeley.
84. University of California, Berkeley, School of Social Welfare, 1945-1959.
85. University of California, Berkeley, School of Social Welfare, 1961-1964.
86. University of California, Berkeley, School of Social Welfare, 1965-1966.
87. University of California, Berkeley, School of Social Welfare, 1967-1970.
88. University of California, Berkeley, School of Social Welfare, 1971-1972.
89. University of California, Berkeley, School of Social Welfare, 1974-1982.
90. University of California, Berkeley, School of Social Welfare, 1982-1983.
91. University of California, Berkeley, School of Social Welfare, 1984-1985.
92. University of Chicago.
93. University of Minnesota, School of Social Work, 1963-1964.
94. Vietnam / Anti-war.

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95. Villa Jones, Mexico (Robert Cuba Jones).
96. Visa application forms.
97. Youth for Service.
98. Miscellaneous clippings, materials.
99. Miscellaneous materials – Li Friedländer.
100. Kondruß, Walter – Clippings and materials sent to W. Friedländer, 1974-1975.
101. Kondruß, Walter – Clippings and materials sent to W. Friedländer, 1976-1977.
102. Kondruß, Walter – Clippings and materials sent to W. Friedländer, 1978.
103. Kondruß, Walter – Clippings and materials sent to W. Friedländer, 1979.
104. Kondruß, Walter – Clippings and materials sent to W. Friedländer, 1980.
105. Kondruß, Walter – Clippings and materials sent to W. Friedländer, 1981.
106. Kondruß, Walter – Clippings and materials sent to W. Friedländer, 1982.
107. Pietzner, Walter – Clippings and materials sent to W. Friedländer, 1975-1976.


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Series 8: Miscellaneous materials
Sub-series 2: Clippings files on individuals

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1. Abramovitch, Raphael
2. Addams, Jane
3. Andreski, Stanislav
4. Arndt, Klaus-Eberhard
5. Baeck, Leo
6. Baez, Joan
7. Balabanoff, Angelica
8. Beese, Hertha
9. Ben Gurion, David
10. Bergengruen, Werner
11. Bondy, Curt
12. Brandt, Willy
13. Brecht, Bertolt
14. Breitscheid, Rudolf
15. Buber, Martin
16. Callmann, Rudolf
17.. Carter, Jimmy
18 Chernin, Milton
19. Cronkite, Walter
20. Dayan, Moshe
21. Deutsch, Ernst
22. Döblin, Alfred
23. Durieux, Tilla
24. Einstein, Albert
25. Erler, Fritz
26. Fabian, Walter
27. Falkenberg, Albert
28. Ford, Gerald
29. Frank, Karl
30. Fraenkel, Ernst
31. Franck, James
32. Freud, Anna
33. Friedländer, Fritz & Irma
34. Frömming, Hans
35. Fromm, Erich
36. Galbraith, John Kenneth
37. Gardner, John W.
38. George, Manfred
39. Goodman, Eric
40. Graf, Oskar Maria
41. Grass, Günter
42. Gründgens, Gustav
43. Grunwald, Hanna
44. Haase, Ernst
45. Hammer, Walter
46. Hesse, Hermann
47. Hillman, Arthur
48. Jaspers, Karl
49. Jessner, Leopold
50. Juchacz, Marie
51. Kägi-Fuchsmann, Regina
52. Kästner, Erich
53. Kafka, Franz
54. Kaléko, Mascha
55. Kay, Ella
56. Keller, Helen
57. Kelsen, Hans
58. Kempner, Benedicta Maria Ruth
59. Kempner, Robert Max Wassilli
60. Kirchheimer, Otto
61. Kirchhof, Gertrud
62. Kohn, Albert
63. Kollwitz, Käthe
64. Konopka, Gisela
65. Kressmann, Willy
66. Lamla, Ernst
67. Lange, Oscar
68. Le Corbusier
69. Lessing, Theodor
70. Lewy, Benno
71. Lichtenstein, Erwin
72. Lichtenstein, Max
73 Lifschitz, Eleonore
74. Löwenstein, Kurt
75. Mann, Golo
76. Mann, Thomas
77. Martinez, Arabella
78. Mehring, Franz
79. Meir, Golda
80. Nehru, Jawaharlal
81. Neubauer, Kurt
82. Neumeyer, Alfred
83. Olden, Rudolf
84. Ollenhauer, Erich
85. Ossietzky, Carl von
86. Ostrowski, Otto
87. Perls, Fritz
88. Poelchau, Harald
89. Reagan, Ronald
90. Reinemann, John Otto
91. Reinhardt, Max
92. Rüdiger, Werner
93. Sachs, Nelly
94. Sartre, Jean-Paul
95. Schmid, Carlo
96. Schmidt, Helmut
97. Schroeder, Luise
98. Schurz, Carl
99. Schweitzer, Albert
100. Seghers, Anna
101. Sender, Toni
102. Siegmund-Schultze, Friedrich
103. Sinclair, Upton
104. Sintenis, Renee
105. Speer, Albert
106. Stammer, Otto
107. Sternberg, Fritz
108. Tandler, Julius
109. Taylor, Lea Demarest
110. Thomas, Norman
111. Tillich, Paul
112. Tucholski, Herbert
113. Tucholsky, Kurt
114. Wachenheim, Hedwig
115. Wallenberg, Raoul
116. Walter, Hilde
117. Walz, Reinhold
118. Weber, Alfred
119. White, Ernest
120. Wiechert, Ernst
121. Wieghardt, Paul
122. Wiesenthal, Simon
123. Wissell, Rudolf
124. Wolff, Jeanette


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Sub-series 3: Miscellaneous book and serial publications

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Books and pamphlets:

1. Albert G. Fraser. A selection of his writings (1967).
2. Arbeiter-Jahrbuch 1935.
3. Business, Labor, and Jobs in the Ghetto (1969).
4. Die internationale Organisation der sozialistischen Jugend: Bericht des Sekretariats der internationalen Verbindung der sozialistischen Jugendorganisationen (August 1907).
5. Schulkind und Jugendlicher (1930).
6. Some Facts About Expellees in Germany 1952.
7. Soziale Arbeit Heute (1951).
8. Taschenbuch des Deutschen Archivs für Jugendwohlfahrt (1929).
9. Busse-Wilson, Elisabeth. Die Frau und die Jugendbewegung (1920).
10. Frauendiener, Fritz. Der Gestaltwandel der staatlichen Jugendfürsorge (1937).
11. Freud, Sigmund. Die Zukunft einer Illusion (1927).
12. Seldte, Franz. Sozialpolitik im Dritten Reich (1937).
13. Tepp, Max. Die neue Schule (1919).
14. Wex, Else. Die Entwicklung der Sozialen Fürsorge in Deutschland (1914 bis 1927) (1929).

Serial publications (scattered issues):

15. ADA World, 1963-1966.
16. Amtsblatt der Stadt Berlin, 6 Mar. 1933.
17. Aufbau (NY), 1 Jan. 1937.
18. Blätter des Pestalozzi-Fröbel Verbandes, July/Aug. 1965.
19. Council on Social Work Educationsional Record: Annette Rose Case (1957).
20. DIG-Informationen, 1974.
21. Deutschland-Berichte, 1937, 1978-1980.
22. eurosocial Newsletter, 1977.
23. Für Sie gelesen, 1964-1965.
24. Germany Today, 7 Jan. 1946.
25. Inside Germany Reports, June 1942, Apr. 1945.
26. International Council on Social Welfare. International Newsletter (1972).
27. Jüdische Wohlfahrtspflege und Sozialpolitik, Dec. 1932.
28. Der Mensch in der sozialen Arbeit, 1933.
29. Mitteilungen der Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Jugendpflege und Jugendfürsorge, May 1966.
30. NASW News, 1970-1971.
31. The National Jewish Monthly, June 1964.
32. Near East Report, 15 Oct. 1982.
33. Neues Beginnen, 1963.
34. Northern California Service League. Newsletter, 1969-1970.
35. Recht und Wirtschaft der Schule, Apr. 1963.
36. RS-Briefe, Oct. 1935 - Dec. 1937.
37. Social Work Journal, Jan. 1950.
38. The Social Worker, 1967.
39. Der Sozialarbeiter, 1963-1976.
40. Sozialdemokrat Magazin, 1981.
41. Soziale Praxis, 1. Dec. 1932.
42. SPD Auslandsbrief, 1972, 1974.
43. University of California. Faculty Bulletin, 1945.
44. The Welfare Record (Berkeley, CA), 1944-1945.
45. World Health, 1964.


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