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Chicago Commons Association records

Correspondence, minutes (1894-1960), annual and other reports, personnel records, records of clubs based at the settlement house, neighborhood census data and surveys compiled by the Chicago Commons, the second settlement house founded in Chicago, and by the Chicago Commons Association, which operated several additional settlement houses. Topics include employment, housing, education, and social conditions in the neighborhoods that the settlement

June Dolnick papers

Correspondence, reports, lists, and other papers of June Dolnick, related to her work with community organizations in Chicago (Ill.), especially in the Englewood, Near West Side, Kenwood, and Hyde Park neighborhoods. Topics include neighborhood conservation, the impact of urban renewal and redevelopment plans, and housing. Organizations represented include the Green Street Association.

Lea Taylor papers

Correspondence, minutes, financial and statistical records, articles, sociological studies, arrangements for speaking engagements, and other papers of Lea Taylor, relating to her career as a social worker and head resident of the Chicago Commons settlement house, founded by her father Graham Taylor. Topics include schools, housing, racial discrimination in housing and other areas, employment problems, child care, child labor, juvenile

Michael Reese Hospital School of Nursing and Alumnae Association records

Newsletters, photographs, correspondence, printed materials, newspaper clippings, personnel rosters, and other records of the Michael Reese Hospital School of Nursing and Alumnae Association. A majority of the materials relate to anniversary celebrations and reunions. Included is a 50th anniversary binder (1959), Department of Nursing Procedure book (1960) and written histories of the hospital and nursing program. Four scrapbooks compiled by