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Title - Related Holdings


Jane Addams Papers   View finding aid

Eleanor Coit Papers   View finding aid

Florence Kitchelt Papers   View findind aid

Vida Dutton Scudder Papers   View finding aid

Ellen Gates Starr Papers   View finding aid

Associated Charities of Brattleboro Records   View finding aid

Kentucky Consumers' League Records   View finding aid

Settlement Subject Collection    View finding aid
    (includes records of the College Settlement Association)

Thomas Thompson Trust Records   View finding aid

YWCA of the U.S.A. Records
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For secondary sources, see the Browsing and Reference collections in the SSC Reading Room.

THE SMITH COLLEGE ARCHIVES holds the records of the Smith College School for Social Work (SSW), founded in 1918 when College president William Allan Neilson invited Dr. E. E. Southard, then Director of Boston Psychopathic Hospital, and Mary Jarrett, then Chief of Social Services at the Hospital, to lead the first session of the Smith College Training School of Psychiatric Social Work.


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