dsc of Box 1 - 1904-1933

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US US-IaGG MS/MS 01.88-1-of Box 1

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1904-1933

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Folder 1 Grinnell 1904-1912:  Notes from the Scarlet and Black and Grinnell Herald Register, notes on early family life and move to Grinnell. Folder 2 1908-1910:  Various Scarlet Black articles including “What Grinnell Is; Its Spirit and Life” President Main, December 2, 1908. Various notes on Hopkins taken from SB. Folder 3 1911:  SB articles on Hopkins’ basketball career Folder 4 1912:  “Outline of the Possible Organization and Scope of Work of a Poverty Commission” by John A. Kingsbury. Folder 5 1913:  Notes from Grinnell Herald Register, “Women’s Work Shops” Bailey B. Burritt, Folder 6 1914:  Unemployment Relief Correspondance, “Study of the Methods Employed by the AICP to secure work for unemployed applicants”, notes from the Grinnell Herald Register Folder 7 1915:  “Should the work be continued?”  Confidentional memorandum on the work of the Department of Social Welfare by John A. Kingsbury Folder 8 1917:  United States Civil Service Commission correspondence a propos Hopkins, Board of Child Welfare notes, recommendations for Hopkins’ appointment to proposed Army and Navy War Life Insurance Bureau, Red Cross Gulf Division Annual Report, “Report of the Bureau of Civilian Relief Gulf Division” American Red Cross October- December 1917 Folder 9 1918:  Letter to United States Civil Service Commission from John A. Kingsbury recommending Harry Hopkins. Folder 10 1919:  Red Cross Gulf Division Bulletin, Minutes from the Central Council of the National Assocation of Social Workers, Gulf Division; Red Cross Reports January- September 1919, multiple articles from the Gulf Division Bulletin concerning the future of Home Service, excerpts from Hopkins’ monthly reports Folder 11 1920:  February 1920 American Relief Council correspondence, AMC Gulf Division Bulletin April 1920, Hopkins’ report on trip to Mexico after Vera Cruz Earthquake and Flood, Folder 12 1922: Correspondence regarding Hopkins’ Red Cross and Association for Improving the Condition of the Poor Folder 13 1923:  Minutes from meetings of the American Association of Social Workers Folder 14 1924:  Minutes from meetings of the American Association of Social Workers Folder 15 1925:  Minutes from meetings of the American Association of Social Workers Folder 16 1926:  Letter to Lawson Purdy from Hopkins as the Director of the New York Tuberculosis Association Minutes from meetings of the American Association of Social Workers Folder 17 1927:  Extracts from: Hopkins’ “Consolidating Private Health Work Under One Banner,” Nation’s Health, January 1927, Vol. 9, No. 1. Minutes from meetings of the American Association of Social Workers Folder 18 1931:  Continued correspondence with Lawson Purdy Confidential Memo “Comments on selective rehabilitation of unemployed on the land”, unsigned Red Cross documents concerning the State Unemployment Relief Plan Folder 19 1932:  “A Social Work Study of Federal Aid for Unemployment Relief: Report of the Steering Committee” January 1932. Folder 20 1933:  Minutes from meetings of the American Association of Social Workers; list of Hopkins’ engagements from May 1933 to December 1934; FERA Grant Reports “Outline of Remarks on Occasion of Testimonial Dinner to Mr. Harry Hopkins” June 22, 1933; record of June 1933 FERA Conference Beginning of correspondence with FDR as Federal Relief Administrator

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