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Chapin Hall for Children records
Correspondence, minutes of meetings, 1867-1958, admission and dismissal ledgers, financial records, case files, and other records of the organization, which provided day-care services for working mothers and served as a temporary shelter for dependent children and as an orphanage. The Chicago Nursery and Half-Orphan Asylum was known since the 1930s as Chapin Hall for Children (the name of its building
Chicago Alliance for Collaborative Effort records
Correspondence, newsclippings, pamphlets, and other records of the Chicago Alliance for Collaborative Effort and of its Juvenile Justice Task Force, which worked to develop an integrated system of service delivery to youth, especially in the area of juvenile justice.
The Chicago Initiative records
Files of The Chicago Initiative (TCI), a collaborative effort of The Chicago Community Trust, The Human Relations Foundation, and the United Way of Chicago to ease racial and economic tensions in Chicago by developing an agenda for youth and young adults around both educational and employment opportunities. Funded by the above agencies and other foundations, TCI task forces screened grant
Chicago Youth Centers records
Board meeting minutes of the Chicago Youth Centers.
The Sophia Fund records
Correspondence and other operating files of The Sophia Fund, a Chicago-based foundation that supported women's organizations and projects. Collection includes grant applications, reports, brochures, newsletters, newsclippings, etc. produced by and about groups that received funding. Topics include pro-choice advocacy and reproductive rights, prevention of violence against women, rape counseling, and economic justice. The files include information on the agencies and