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Friends Neighborhood Guild Records, 1922-2015, bulk 1922-1992

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SCRC 19

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Collection Summary

Title
Friends Neighborhood Guild Records
 
Dates
1922-2015, bulk 1922-1992    
 
Collection ID
SCRC 19
 
Creator
Friends Neighborhood Guild 
 
Quantity
64.8 linear feet (127 boxes)
 
Repository 
Special Collections Research Center, Temple University Libraries
 
Language
Materials in English.
 
Detailed Collection Information 
 
Historical Note 
The Friends Neighborhood Guild is a settlement house serving the Poplar section of North Philadelphia. In 1879 the Friends Beach Street Mission was established at Beach and Fairmount Streets; in 1899 it moved to Front and Fairmount and became the Friends Neighborhood Guild; subsequent moves were to Fourth and Green (1914) and to Eighth and Fairmount (1956). The current boundaries of the Guild's service area are Spring Garden, Broad, Berks and the Delaware River. 
 
The Guild's association with The Society of Friends, originally was through the Philadelphia Quarterly Meeting and presently is through the American Friends Service Committee. 
 
The Guild has, in the past twenty-five years, been deeply involved in the redevelopment of East Poplar. The Friends' Self Help Cooperative, begun in 1950, is one of the most successful housing cooperatives in Philadelphia. The cooperative subsequently purchased Penn Towne, a Redevelopment Authority housing project at Seventh and Fairmount Streets. The Guild's Operation Poplar is an extensive outreach program that involves the Guild in housing; community organizing, juvenile counseling, neighborhood-city relations, urban renewal, small businesses, and other facets of neighborhood life. 
 
Several ethnic groups live or have lived in the Poplar area: Blacks, Puerto Ricans, Ukrainians, Jews and Kalmyks. The programs of the Guild, especially Operation Poplar, involved individuals and organizations of those groups. 
 
Description of Collection 
The Friends Neighborhood Guild Records contain financial records, minutes, case records, publications, correspondence, photographs, and other records related to with work of the guild.
 
This collection consists of six accessions: URB 32 (Accession 123), Accession 96, Accession 567, Accession 878, Accession 1029, and Photographs (PC-37). Inventories of URB 32, Accession 96, Accession 567, and photographs can be found below. No inventories exist for Accessions 878 or 1029.
 

This collection includes preserved versions of the organization’s website, available through Archive-It.

 
Organization and Arrangement 
 
The collection is arranged into 7 series as follows:

Series 1: URB 32, 1922-1971
      Subseries 1.1: Education
      Subseries 1.2: Administration
      Subseries 1.3: Finances
      Subseries 1.4: Other Organizations
      Subseries 1.5: Community Work
      Subseries 1.6: Operation Poplar
            1.6.1, Reports and Studies
            1.6.2, Relocation Program
            1.6.3, Redevelopment Authority and Housing Authority
            1.6.4, Philadelphia Housing Association
            1.6.5, Health and Welfare Council
            1.6.6, Newsletters
            1.6.7, Poplar Area Community Council
            1.6.8, Philadelphia City Planning Commission
            1.6.9, Friends Self-Help Housing Project
            1.6.10, Friends Housing and Friends Service
            1.6.11, Community Work
            1.6.12, Youth and Gang Work
            1.6.13, Guild House
      Subseries 1.7: Miscellaneous
Series 2: Accession 96, 1943-1971
Series 3: Accession 567, 1926-1980
Series 4: Accession 878, circa 1961-1992
Series 5: Accession 1029
Series 6: Photographs, 1953-1963
Series 7: Website versions in Archive-It, 2008-2015
 
Series 1, URB 32, contains records from 1922-1971. Subseries 1.1, Education, contains material on local public schools, adult education, summer programs, FNG tutorial programs, integration, educational organizations, and reading programs.  Subseries 1.2, Administration, contains correspondence, Board of Directors papers, Fund-Agency reviews, and other papers.  Subseries 1.3, Finances, includes statements, Finance and Property Committees, 75th Anniversary Drive (1954), and other papers. Subseries 1.4, Other Organizations, includes settlements, children's organizations, civil rights groups, city agencies, welfare groups, etc. Subseries 1.5, Community Work, contains records on Franklin House (a halfway house for adolescent housekeeping project, exhibits, displaced persons, Kalmyks, Philadelphia Experiment in Services Children (PESC), skid row, youth programs, Puerto Ricans, social action, Philadelphia Center for Older People, aging, summer programs, recreation, and clubs. 
 
Subseries 1.6, Operation Poplar, has been subdivided into the Sub-subseries: 1.6.1, Reports and Studies, 1.6.2, Relocation Program, 1.6.3, Redevelopment Authority and Housing Authority, 1.6.4, Philadelphia Housing Association, 1.6.5, Health and Welfare Council, 1.6.6, Newsletters, 1.6.7, Poplar Area Community Council, 1.6.8, Philadelphia City Planning Commission, 1.6.9, Friends Self-Help Housing Project, 1.6.10, Friends Housing and Friends Service, 1.6.11, Community Work, 1.6.12, Youth and Gang Work, and 1.6.13, Guild House (apartments for older people). 
 
Subseries 1.7 includes materials on housing, crime, urban renewal, organizations, and mortgages on FNG properties (1925-1963). 
 
Series 2, Accession 96, contains correspondence, subject files, clippings, and other materials.
 

Series 3, Accession 567, contains correspondence, subject files, clippings, publications, and other materials.

Series 4, Accession 878, and Series 5, Accession 1029, are unprocessed and have not been inventoried.

Series 6, Photographs, consists of undated and uncaptioned photos of children in various organized activities, as well as the displaced Sodbinow and Dambinow families, senior citizen apartments, Penn Town Council, play parades in Philadelphia and Cape May, NJ, and a rehabilitation project of Oscar Stonorov. A file "tuberculosis" contains images of x-rays and men in flophouses and on the street. Photographers include Carl Dahlgren, Hazel Kingsbury, Toshi Kitagawa, W.B. Nickerson, Benjamin Schnall, and Sam Spina.

Series 7, Website versions in Archive-It, contains preserved versions of the Friends Neighborhood Guild’s website. To access these sites, see the Temple University Special Collections Urban Archives Archive-It web page: https://www.archive-it.org/collections/4487.
 
Patron Information 
 

Catalog Record

A record for this collection is available in Temple University’s online library catalog: http://diamond.temple.edu/record=b1706322~S30

Research Access 
Collection is open for research. Case records are only available with permission of the donor. 
 
Collections Stored Off-Site
This collection may be housed off-site at the Library Depository, and require up to two business days to retrieve. Please review the finding aid and be prepared to identify specific materials to be retrieved. Contact the Special Collections Research Center in advance of your visit, so that materials may be relocated to the reading room for research. 
 
Technical Access 
Original audiovisual materials, as well as preservation and duplicating masters, may not be played. Researchers must consult use copies, or if none exist must pay for a use copy. Certain digital files may also be inaccessible. Please contact the Special Collections Research Center for more information.
 

Accruals

Additions to this collection are expected. Websites are captured using Archive-It periodically, and the latest additions may not yet be included in this finding aid. For information on material–physical and digital, including captured websites–that may have been added since the last finding aid update, please contact the Special Collections Research Center.

 
Publication and Copyright Information 
The Friends Neighborhood Guild Records are the property of the Special Collections Research Center, Temple University Libraries. Temple University holds literary rights only for material created by university employees and to material given to the university with such rights specifically assigned. For all other material, literary rights, including copyright, belong to the authors or their legal heirs and assigns. Researchers are responsible for determining the identity of rights holders and obtaining their permission for publication and for other purposes where stated. 
 
Preferred Citation
[Description and date of item], [Box/folder number], Friends Neighborhood Guild Records, [Collection ID or accession number], Special Collections Research Center, Temple University Libraries, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 
 
Related Material
Friends Neighborhood Guild Records (Accession 1008), Special Collections Research Center, Temple University Libraries.
 
Administrative Information 
 
Acquisition Information
Accession 96 was donated by the Guild (Francis Bosworth, Executive Director), November 1971. URB 32 (Acc. 123) was donated by the Guild in July 1972.  Accession 567 was donated by the Friends Neighborhood Guild, November 1983.  Accession 878 was donated by the Guild, March 6, 1998. Accession 1029 was donated by the Guild, March 10, 2006.
 
Processing Information 
Finding aid revised according to contemporary archival standards in March 2013 by Katy Rawdon, Coordinator of Technical Services. Finding aid updated with captured website information in July 2016.
 
 
Index Terms 
 
The following headings have been used to index the description of this collection in Temple University’s electronic catalog:
 
Corporate Names: 
American Friends Service Committee
Friends Neighborhood Guild
Friends' Mission No. 1 (Philadelphia, Pa.)
Society of Friends
 
Subjects: 
Housing--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia
Social settlements
 
Places: 
Philadelphia (Pa.)
 
Material Types:
Manuscripts (document genre)
Minutes
Photographs
Reports
Web sites
 
Inventory
 
Series 1: URB 32, 1922-1971
 
Subseries 1.1: Education
 
Box 1 
 
1 Adult Education Week, 1959
1A-2 Adult Education Summer Program, 1966
3 Richard Allen Adult Education Program, 1966-1967
4 Germantown Friends Community Scholarships 
Program, 1965
5 Hartranft Area Community School, 1966
6 Kearny Community School, 1966-1967
7 Ludlow Community School, 1966
8 North Philadelphia Schools Committee, 1965-1967
9 Inner City Demonstration Education Project, 1966
10-13 Independent Urban Education Program, 1966-1968
14-16 Friends' Select Summer Neighborhood Education Program, 1964-1966
 
Box 2 
 
17-19 Friends' Select Summer Neighborhood Education Program, 1964-1966
20-21 Philadelphia Cooperative Schools Summer Program, 1966
22 School District Workshop, 1966
23-26 Public Education-General Information
Correspondence, 1944-1967
 
Box 3 
 
27 Public Education-General Information Correspondence, 1944-1967
28 Conference on Educational Subsystem-Harvard, 1968
29 Citizens Committee on Public Education in Philadelphia, 1963; 1966
30 Cooperative Office Education, N.D.
31 Dunbar School High Roads Project, N.D.
32 Graded Publications, N.D.
33 Ten Year Summary of Distribution of Negro Pupils in Philadelphia Public Schools, 1957-1966
34 School District of Philadelphia Staffing Report, 1967
35 School District of Philadelphia Testing Program, 1967
36 School Facilities Division-Budget, 1965
37 Reports on Education and Bussing
38 Interviews with Public School Principals, 1965
39-45 Information on Individual Public Schools, 1965-1967
45a Language Arts Education Program, 1968 
46-47 College Bound Corporation, 1966-1967
 
Box 4 
 
48 American Friends Service Committee Work Experience Program, 1966
49 Report-Swarthmore-Wade House Study Program, 1965
49a Report-Swarthmore-Wade House Study Program, 1966
50 Student Welfare Council, 1965
51 PIVOT-newsletter Reader Development Program, 1968
52 Princeton Summer Program, 1965
53 Friends Educational Research Committee, 1965
53a Friends Council on Education, 1966 
54 Temple Up-ward Bound, 1967
55 CAUSE II Training Program, 1965
56 Integration-Schools
57 Antioch Interracial Education Program, 1964-1967
58 Project SAVE (New York), N.D.
59 Lincoln Plus Project-Kansas City, 1963
60-61 Philadelphia Tutorial Project, 1964-1967
62 Tutorial Programs-other, N.D.
63-63a Guild Tutorial-Learning Center Project, 1966-1968 
 
Box 5 
 
63b-63f Guild Tutorial-Learning Center Project, 1966-1968 
64-66 Correspondence and information Re: Innovative Program, and Proposals, 1965-1967
67 Guild Special REading Program, 1963
68 Reading Education Alliance Program, 1964-1966
69 Educational Materials, 1968
70-71 Department of Labor Information, (Re: MOVE), 1963-1967
 
Box 6 
 
72 Department of Labor Information (Re: MOVE), 1963-1967
73-84 M.O.V.E.-Administrative, 1965-1967
85-88 M.O.V.E. Counselling Records and Reports, 1966- 1967 (Restriction)
89 Learn and Earn (Threshold Summer Institute), 1966-1969
 
Box 7 
 
90-101 Learn and Earn (Threshold Summer Institute), 1966-1969
 
Box 8 
 
101a-108 Learn and Earn (Threshold Summer Institute), 1966-1969
109-109e Threshold--Administrative records, 1965-1968 
 
Box 9 
 
110-119 Threshold--Administrative records, 1965-1968
 
Box 10 
 
120-127 Threshold--Administrative records, 1965-1968
128-129 Threshold--Individuals' records, 1965-1968 (Restriction)
 
Box 11 
 
130-138 Threshold--Individuals' records, 1965-1968 (Restriction)
 
Box 12 
 
139-146 Threshold--Individuals' records, 1965-1968 (Restriction)
 
Box 13 
 
147-156 Threshold--Individuals' records, 1965-1968 (Restriction)
 
Box 14
 
157-159h Threshold--Individuals' records, 1965-1968 (Restriction)
 
Box 15 
 
159i-159k Threshold--Individuals' records, 1965-1968 (Restriction)
160 Gateway Report, 1967
161 School Dropouts, 1963-1964
162 Articles Re: Education
163-168 Philadelphia Theater for Children
 
Box 16 
 
169-176 Philadelphia Theater for Children
 
Subseries 1.2: Administration
 
1-3 Correspondence, 1950-1969
 
Box 17 
 
4-13 Correspondence, 1950-1969
 
Box 18 
 
14-20 Correspondence, 1950-1969
21 Correspondence Re: Hertha Kraus, 1945-1960
22-24 Correspondence and Information Re: Francis Bosworth (Executive Director), 1949-1967
 
Box 19 
 
25-30 Correspondence and Information Re: Francis Bosworth (Executive Director), 1949-1967.
31-35 Memos, 1947-1969
 
Box 20 
 
36-41 Memos, 1947-1969
42-47 Board of Directors, 1945-1969
 
Box 21 
 
48-52 Board of Directors, 1945-1969
53-58 Staff, 1936-1971
 
Box 22 
 
59-69 Staff, 1936-1971
 
Box 23 
 
70-83 Staff, 1936-1971
 
Box 24
 
Cards
 
Box 25 
 
84 Mailing Lists
85 Master List
86 By-Laws, 1961
87-93 Program Reports and Schedules, 1943-1966
94 Application for Certificate of Registration- Charitable Institution, 1963
95-96 Publicity, 1955-1965
97-99 Articles
 
Box 26 
 
100-104 Descriptions of Guild, 1949-1957
105 Social Audit, 1955
106-111 Fund-Agency Review, 1961
 
Box 27 
 
112-122 Fund-Agency Review, 1966-1967
 
Subseries 1.3: Finances
 
Box 28 
 
1-6 Correspondence, 1947-1967
7-10 Contributors-Funds and Grants, 1947-1967
 
Box 29 
 
11-22 Contributors-Funds and Grants, 1947-1967
 
Box 30 
 
23 National Federation of Settlements-Dues Statements, 1966-1968
24 Spring, Summer, and Christmas Appeals, 1959-1962
25 Receipts and Bills, 1967-1968
26 Financial Statements, 1964-1965
27-30 Finance Committee, 1942
31 Property Committee, 1954-1956
32-36 75th Anniversary Drive, 1954
 
Box 31 
 
37-40 75th Anniversary Drive, 1954
41-51 United Fund Information, 1939-1968
 
Box 32 
 
52-53 United Fund Information, 1939-1968
 
Subseries 1.4: Other Organizations
 
1-9 Delaware Valley Settlement Alliance, 1922-1967
 
Box 33 
 
10-21 Delaware Valley Settlement Alliance, 1922-1967
 
Box 34 
 
22-31 Delaware Valley Settlement Alliance, 1922-1967
 
Box 35 
 
32-44 Delaware Valley Settlement Alliance, 1922-1967
 
Box 36 
 
45-50 Delaware Valley Settlement Alliance, 1922-1967
51-56 National Federation of Settlements and Neighborhood Centers, Inc., 1954-1963
 
Box 37 
 
57-62 National Federation of Settlements and Neighborhood Centers, Inc., 1954-1963 
63-65 National Association of Social Workers, 1946- 1964
 
Box 38 
 
66-68 National Association of Social Workers, 1946- 1964
69-76 Health and Welfare Council, Inc., 1949-1964
 
Box 39 
 
77-86 Health and Welfare Council, Inc., 1949-1964
 
Box 40 
 
87-97 Health and Welfare Council, Inc., 1949-1964
 
Box 41 
 
98-103 Health and Welfare Council, Inc., 1949-1964
 
Box 42 
 
104-106 Health and Welfare Council, Inc., 1949-1964
107-111 American Friends Service Committee, 1958-1968
112-118 College and University Schools of Social Work, 1948-1969
 
Box 43 
 
119-120 College and University Schools of Social Work, 1948-1969
121 Antioch College Music Placement, 1965
122 Child Study Institute-Bryn Mawr College
123 Women's Christian Alliance, 1966
124 Catholic Charities, 1966
125 Youth Services, Inc., 1966
126 Association for Jewish Children, 1966
127 Joint Agency Committee for Kiddies - An Interdenominational Effort, 1965
128-129 Pennsylvania Department of Public Assistance, 1962-1964
130-131 Citizens Concerned with Public Assistance
132 Commission on Human Relations, 1962-1964; 1966
133-134 Fellowship Commission, 1947-1967
 
Box 44 
 
135-136 Fellowship Commission, 1947-1967
137 Legal Aid Society of Philadelphia, 1962
138 Parents Advisory Council, 1963-1964
139 Union League of Philadelphia, 1947-1966
140 Urban League of Philadelphia, 1966
141 Philadelphia Yearly Meeting, 1965-1966 
142-143 Philadelphia Quarterly Meeting, 1938-1964 
144 Camden Episcopal Community Center, 1965
145 Demonstration Cities Program, 1966
146 Model Cities, 1967
147 Commonwealth of Pennsylvania - Investigation of the Magisterial System, 1965
 
Box 45 
 
148 Washington Legislative Seminar, 1964
149 Philadelphia County Board of Assistance, 1963- 1964
150-151 Philadelphia Department of Licenses and Inspections
152 Philadelphia Recreation Association (Committee on Older People), 1946-1950
153 Domestic Peace Corps, 1964
154 Episcopal Children's Center, 1951-1958
155 5th Street Community Center, 1951-1958
156 United States-South Africa Leader Exchange, 1958-1967
157 United States Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, 1962
158 Anti-Poverty. Office of Economic Opportunity, 1966
159 Philadelphia Anti-Poverty Action Committee, 1967
160 North City Congress, 1965-1966
161 Opportunities Industrialization Center, Inc., 1965
162 Philadelphia Information Center, 1967
 
Box 46 
 
163-164 Committee on Law Enforcement-Philadelphia Housing Association
165 Philadelphia Department of Recreation-Human Renewal Program, 1964-1965
166 League of Women Voters of Philadelphia, 1965
167 Philadelphia-Camden Social Service Exchange, N.D.
168 Probation Department, 1962
169 Student Welfare Council, 1967
170 Committee of Concern for Youth, 1966
171 City Wide Tenant's Council, N.D.
172 Office of Integration and Intergroup Education, N.D.
173 Middlebury College Work Study, 1968
174 Beacon Neighborhood House, 1968
175 Settlements-Individual, 1963-1965
176-177 Settlements-United States, 1945-1966
178 Planned Parenthood Association, 1945-1949
179 Robert Bruce House (for Parolees), 1964
180 Federation of Community Councils of Philadelphia, Inc., 1963-1966 181 Philadelphia Council for Community Advancement, 1962-1964
 
Box 47 
 
182-184a Philadelphia Council for Community Advancement, 1962-1964
185 Day Care in Settlements, 1969
186 Philadelphia International Program for Youth Leaders and Social Workers, 1966
187 Upland Institute, 1967
188 United Fund Public Relations Manual, 1967
 
Subseries 1.5: Community Work
 
1-9 Housekeeping project, 1961-1968
 
Box 48 
 
10-27 Housekeeping project, 1961-1968
 
Box 49 
 
28-40 Housekeeping project, 1961-1968
 
Box 50 
 
41-45 Housekeeping project, 1961-1968
46-51 Franklin House, 1962-1968
 
Box 51 
 
52-63 Franklin House, 1962-1968
 
Box 52 
 
63a-76 Franklin House, 1962-1968 
 
Box 53 
 
77-87 Franklin House, 1962-1968
 
Box 54 
 
88-98 Franklin House, 1962-1968
 
Box 55 
 
99-100 Franklin House, 1962-1968
100A Community worker correspondence, 1947-1951
101 Friends Neighborhood Guild Community Art, Gallery-Policy Statement and Finance, 1964-1966
102 Art Gallery Mailing Lists, 1954-1956
103 Exhibits, 1947-1955
104 Puerto Rican Exhibit, 1955
105-109 Exhibits, 1952; 1955-1963
 
Box 56 
 
110-111 Exhibits, 1952; 1955-1963
112 Art Workshop, 1963
113-118 Exhibits, 1964-1967
 
Box 57 
 
119 Exhibits of Toshiharu Kitagawa, 1962-1967
120 Publicity, 1966-1967
121-122 Displaced Persons-General Information, 1951-1959
123 Displaced Persons-Arrival Lists, 1951- 1954 (Restriction)
124-125 Displaced Persons-Assurance Data, 1953- 1960 (Restriction)
126 Displaced Persons-Correspondence w/ Chekov Publishing Company, 1954-1955 (Restriction)
127 East European Fund, Inc., Annual Reports, 1951-1952; 1952-1953
128-129 East European Fund, Inc., Correspondence and General Information, Aug. 1952-Aug. 1955
 
Box 58 
 
130-133 East European Fund, Inc., Correspondence and General Information, Aug. 1952-Aug. 1955
134-140 Neighborhood Welfare Committee for New Americans, Aug. 1953-Sept. 1954
 
Box 59 
 
141 Neighborhood Welfare Committee for New Americans: Sub-Committee on Immigrant Aid, 1953-1955
142 English and Citizenship Classes
143 Displaced Persons-American Friends Service Committee, 1950-1955
144 Displaced Persons-Ukrainians, 1949-1962
145-146 Displaced Persons-Russians, 1951-1960
147-148 Kalmyk Brotherhood Society of America, Inc., (Includes minutes), 1954-1958
149-150 Displaced Persons-Kalmyks, General, 1954-1959
151 Displaced Persons-Kalmyks-Individuals, 1961-1966
152 Displaced Persons-Kalmyks-Church World Service, 1952-1966
153 Kalmyks-Buddhist Temple Papers
 
Box 60
 
154 Society for Preservation of Kalmyk Culture 
155-157 Kalmyk Scholarships and Loans, 1960-1967 
158 Kalmyk Scholarship Committee (includes minutes), 1960-1967
159-163 Philadelphia Experiment in Services to Children (PESC)--Minutes, 1962 1966
164 PESC--Interim and final reports, 1963-1966
 
Box 61 
 
165-168 PESC--Interim and final reports, 1963-1966
169-177 PESC--Correspondence, directory, project, 1960- 1966
 
Box 62 
 
178-187 Skid Row Project and Homeless Men study, 1950- 1955, 1961
188-196 Skid Row Project--Medical records, (T.B., X-Rays), 1953-1957 (Restriction)
 
Box 63 
 
197-199 Youth programs--Jobs, employment, Youth Corps, 1946-1951, 1965-1968
200-207 Jobs for School Youth, 1962-1968
208-210 Juvenile delinquency programs, 1957-1967
211-212 Youth activities, 1945-1967
 
Box 64 
 
213-216 Youth activities, 1945-1967
217-218 White House Conference on Youth, 1960
219-222 Puerto Ricans--Correspondence, memos, 1948-1963
223 Puerto Ricans--Committee for Services to Puerto Ricans, 1967-1968
224 Department of Education, San Juan, Puerto Rico, 1952
225 Puerto Rican Day, 1953
226 Puerto Ricans--Neighborhood study, 1953-1958
 
Box 65 
 
227-228 Puerto Ricans--Boy Scouts, 1954-1961
229 Puerto Ricans--Family census schedules, 1950 (Not United States Census) (Restriction)
230-236 Spanish speaking community survey questionnaire, 1966
237 Hispanic-Americans, 1967
238-240 Race relations and civil rights, 1946-1966
 
Box 66 
 
241-242 Social action, 1962-1963, 1967
243 Social action--DPA protest, 1964
244-246 Social action--Legislative Seminars, 1964-1966
247 Social action--Restrictive legislation, 1965
248 Social action--Day care, 1964
249-251 Anti-Poverty Program, 1964-1966
252-254 Community organization, 1945-1969
255 Community organization--staff meetings, 1961-1966
 
Box 67 
 
256-263 Old Times Club, 1948-1955
264-268 Philadelphia Center for Older People--Board of Directors, 1951-1965
 
Box 68 
 
269-272 Philadelphia Center for Older People--Reports, 1949-1965
273-275 Northern Soup Society, 1950-1965
276-280 Philadelphia Center for Older People--Newsletters, 1953-1965
281 Female Society of Philadelphia for the Relief and Employment of the Poor--Annual reports, 1879, 1948-1958
282-283 White House Conference on Aging, 1960
284 Medicare Alert, 1966
 
Box 69 
 
285 Services to the aging--Reports and articles
286 Directory of Nursing Homes, 1968
287-297 Summer programs--General information, 1946-1967
 
Box 70 
 
298 Summer programs--General information, 1946-1967
299-309 Play Parade--Weekly and Final Reports, 1960-1965
 
Box 71 
 
310-313 Play Parade--Weekly and Final Reports, 1960-1965
314 Playward Bus, Inc.
315-316 Quaker Playground, 1946-1954, 1966-1969 
317-323 Special events, 1947-1961 
 
Box 72 
 
324-325 Special events, 1947-1961
326-328 Singing City, 1962-1964
329 Music program, 1952-1953
330-335 Guild library, 1946, 1956-1967
336-337 Family Life Education Program, 1958-1966
338 Baby clinics, 1949-1958
 
Box 73 
 
339 Scouting, 1963-1964
340 Club rosters, 1961-1964
341 Prints-in-Progress, 1965
342 Football
343 Parents Advisory Council, 1964
344 Bedford Street Mission--Annual meetings, 1966-1968
345-348 Bedford Home Workshop--Monthly reports, 1957-1959; 1964-1966
349-350 Willing Workers Club, 1945-1959
351 Children's newspaper Consumer action 1967
352 Jane Addams centennial, 1960
353-354 Theatre XIV, 1955-1957
355 Young Mothers Club, 1955
356-357 Neighborhood baseball league, 1952
358 FNG Forum, 1953-1955 Garden Clubs, 1955, 1959
 
Box 74 
 
359 Articles--Housing
360 Articles--Poverty
361 Articles--Community Work
362-363 Articles--Social Services
364 Articles--Schools
365 Articles--Youth
366 Articles--Volunteers
 
Subseries 1.6: Operation Poplar 
 
Sub-subseries 1.6.1: Reports and Studies 
 
1 Guild policy statements on renewal and O.P. 1957, 1966-1968
2-6 O.P.--Staff meetings, memos; minutes, 1956-1967
 
Box 75 
 
7-17 O.P.--Staff meetings, memos, minutes, 1956-1967
 
Box 76 
 
18-27 O.P.--Staff meetings, memos, minutes, 1956-1967
 
Box 77
 
28-35 O.P.--Staff meetings, memos, minutes, 1956-1967
36 O.P.--Prospectives and progress report, 1958
37 O.P.--Final Reports
38 O.P.--Advisory Committee report, 1962
39 Evaluation of O.P., 1957-1960
40-41 Director's reports, 1957-1961
 
Sub-subseries 1.6.2: Relocation Program
 
42 Workers' monthly reports, 1961-1962
 
Box 78
 
43-44 Staff memos and minutes, 1960-1962
45 Relocation of families and businesses, 1959-1961
46-49 Statistics reports, 1960-1963
50 Background material--East Poplar B., 1961
51 Quarterly report, 1961
52 Germantown resettlement, 1958-1962
53 Data sheets, 1963
54 Housing quality--data and tabulations, 1961-1962
55-57 Reports and studies on relocation
 
Box 79 
 
58-65 Reports and studies on relocation
66 Statistics
67 Plans and fact sheets, 1958-1959
68 Proposed Redevelopment Project, 1949
69-71 Housing, 1961-1965
 
Box 80 
 
72 Staff
73 Relocation survey, 1960
74 Family study
75 Commercial and business relocation, 1960-1962
76 Rents and rental policies 
77-79 Administration of relocation program, 1959-1962 
80-81 Vacate notices, evictions, moves, 1960-1962
82 Mortgages and loans, 1960-1962
83 Research
Self-Rehabilitation Area
84 Emergencies and demolitions, 1961-1962
 
Sub-subseries 1.6.3: Redevelopment Authority and Housing Authority
 
85-88 Contracts and agreements with RDA, 1957-1966
 
Box 81 
 
89 Contracts and agreements with RDA, 1957-1966
90-91 Administrative departments of RDA, 1960-1962
92 RDA Director of Operations, 1960-1962
93 Relocation survey, 1958
94-95 Housing for the elderly, 1960-1963
96 Fire code violations, 1961
97 Dwelling Unit Check Lists, 1962
98-101 Advisory Committee, 1950-1955
 
Box 82 
 
102-107 Advisory Committee, 1950-1955
108 Applications for housing, 1961-1962
109 Housekeeping groups, 1961
110-111 Public housing information
 
Sub-subseries 1.6.4: Philadelphia Housing Association
 
112 Relocation, 1960-1961
113 Law Enforcement Committee, 1958-1959
 
Sub-subseries 1.6.5: Health and Welfare Council
 
Box 83
 
114-120 North Central Area Committee, 1956-1964 
121-122 Poplar Area, 1949-1953 
123-125 Area Planning Conference, 1948-1956
126 Community services in West Poplar, 1952 Housing--Urban Renewal Subcommittee
 
Box 84 
 
126A-126B Poplar Area Recreation Committee, 1948-1950
126C-126D Poplar Area Committee, 1948-1952
126E Poplar Area News , 1949-1951 
 
Sub-subseries 1.6.6: Newsletters
 
126F North Liberty Newsletter , essay contest, 1962
126G Midtown Crier, releases, 1960-1961 
 
Sub-subseries 1.6.7: Poplar Area Community Council
 
Box 85
 
127 Annual report, 1955
By-Laws, 1957
128 Emergency Committee, 1953-1954
129-132 Minutes, 1953-1962
133-134 Executive Committee, 1954-1960
135 Treasurers' materials, 1957-1959
136-137 Housing Committee--Block study, 1957
138-139 Housing Committee, 1955-1956
140 Health Committee, 1953-1958
141 Recreation and education, 1955-1958
 
Box 86
 
142-148 Correspondence, 1954-1961
149 Health facilities and doctors, 1950-1951
150 Mailing lists
151-152 General files
 
Sub-subseries 1.6.8: Philadelphia City Planning Commission
 
153 East Poplar Redevelopment Area plan, 1948
154-157 Certification of areas for redevelopment, 1948: Southwest Central, Temple, Triangle, University, Aramingo, Lower Eastwick, Old City, Passyunk Square
 
Box 87
 
158-161 Certification of areas for redevelopment, 1948: Southwest Central, Temple, Triangle, University, Aramingo, Lower Eastwick, Old City, Passyunk Square
 
Sub-subseries 1.6.9: Friends Self-Help Housing Project
 
162 Francis Bosworth correspondence, 1950-1957
163 Health and Welfare Council, Inc., 1956-1958
164 Journal of Housing : issue on Self-Help, 1953
165-166 Cooperators, 1951-1964
167 Taxes, 1953-1955
168-171 Publicity, 1952-1962
 
Box 88
 
172-176 Friends Service, Inc., 1950-1959
177 Friends Service, Inc.--Monthly statements, 1950- 1963
178 Friends Service, Inc.--Finances and taxes, 1953- 1957, 1963
179 Friends Service, Inc.--Weekly Housing Report, 1958-1960
180-181 Correspondence, 1961, 1965-1966
182 Meetings, 1960-1963, 1967-1968
183 East Poplar community groups, 1967-1968
 
Sub-subseries 1.6.10: Friends Housing and Friends Service
 
Box 89
 
184 History, 1950-1952
185-187 Meetings and memos, 1952-1960
188-189 Crosman, A. Hurford, 1956-1961
190-191 Co-op newsletter, 1952-1961
192 Giff's Corner, 1958-1960
193-198 Co-operators' time sheets
 
Box 90
 
199 Advertising copy, 1963-1965
200 Correspondence--FSI, 1958-1959
201 Correspondence--FHA, 1953-1961
202 Correspondence--Lawyers, 1953-1961
203 Correspondence--To cooperators, 1954-1959
204 Correspondence--Oscar Stonorov, Architect, 1952- 1957
205 Correspondence--AFSC, 1956-1958
206 Memos--A. Hurford Crosman, 1952-1954
207 Correspondence--Labor unions, 1953
208 Correspondence--Government agencies, 1953
209 Statistics, 1952-1954
210 Memos--FNG, 1953
211-214 Finances--Combined FNG-FSI Committee, 1955-1962
215-216 Finances--Federal National Mortgage Association, 1959-1963 
 
Box 91
 
217-221 Finances--Banks (PSFS, Fidelity), 1954-1963
222-223 Finances--Delinquent accounts, 1961-1964
224-227 Finances--Insurance, 1953-1962
228 Finances--Tax assessments, 1954 Finances--Renting space
229-230 Finances--FHA Monthly Reports, 1955-1961
 
Box 92
 
231-232 Finances--Expenses, 1961-1965
233-234 Rent books, 1959-1961
235-236 Expenses books, 1950-1951
237 FHA forms--Advance of escrow funds, 1957
238-239 Payments for cooperators' labor
240-241 Licenses and permits
 
Box 93
 
242 Advertising, 1952-1957
243-244 Workmen's compensation
 
Sub-subseries 1.6.11: Community Work
 
245-250 Organizations--West Poplar Civic League, 1959-1965
251-257 Organizations--Penn Towne, 1953-1966
 
Box 94
 
258 Organizations--Richard Allen Civic Association, 1957-1965
259-263 Organizations--Jefferson Neighborhood Council, 1958-1963
264-267 Organizations--Paxson-Spring Garden Community Association, 1957-1959
268 Organizations--Poplar Area Community Council, 1957-1958
269 Organizations--East Poplar Neighborhood Committee, 1968; North Liberty Federal Credit Union, 1964
270 Organizations--Philadelphia Council for Community Advancement, 1964
271 Organizations--Ludlow Community Council, 1967-1968
272 Organizations--Citizens Volunteers Committee, 1961-1963
273 Kalmycks, 1961
274 Ukrainians, 1950-1951, 1962 
 
Box 95
 
275-282 Organizing work, 1957-1966
283-284 Projects and programs--North Liberties, 1959-1962
285 Projects and programs--Police, 1964
286-291 Projects and programs--"So you Plan to Buy a House," 1963
292 Projects and programs--Ludlow, 1962, 1966
 
Box 96
 
293-300A Community worker reports, 1957-1960
301 Community worker meetings, 1961-1963
302-304 Community worker day sheets, 1959
 
Sub-subseries 1.6.12: Youth and Gang Work
 
305-306 Area youth work, 1958-1965
 
Box 97
 
307-312 Area youth work, 1958-1965
313-319 Case records, 1957-1961 (Restriction) 
 
Box 98
 
320-334 Case records, 1957-1961 (Restriction) 
 
Box 99
 
335-345 Case records, 1957-1961 (Restriction) 
 
Box 100
 
346-348 Case records, 1957-1961
349-351 Poplar Area Youth Advisory Council (PAYAC), 1957- 1958
352-356 Youth-in-Conflict, 1962-1965
357 Youthful Offenders Service Program, 1961-1962
 
Box 101
 
358-360 Youth Development Center, 1962-1963
361 Youth Conservation Services, 1964-1965 
362-364 Youth programs--General, 1957-1964 
365-368 Scrapbooks, 1954-1959
 
Sub-subseries 1.6.13: Guild House
 
Box 102
 
369-378 Correspondence, studies, hearings, proposals, plans, etc., 1958-1968
 
Subseries 1.7: Miscellaneous
 
1-2 Crime Prevention Association, 1957-1960
3-4 Housing--Philadelphia. Housing Rent Commission, 1953-1955
5 Housing in West Poplar, 1962
 
Box 103
 
6 Housing--Philadelphia Housing Association, 1961- 1963
7 Housing--United States. Housing and Home Finance Agency, 1960
8-9 Urban renewal--United South End Settlements, Boston, 1961-1963
10 Urban renewal--University City, 1965
11-12 Urban renewal--SUNY, 1966
12A-13 Urban renewal--Poplar Area, 1954-1964
13A Urban renewal--General materials, 1961-1965
14-17 Directories, 1950-1958
18 Welfare agencies, 1960-1961
19 United Fund, 1957-1961
 
Box 104
 
20 Friends Neighborhood Guild and the community, 1953-1959
21 International Voluntary Service, 1956-1958
22 Physical appearance survey of West Poplar, 1961
23 Philadelphia. Department of Licenses and Inspections--Code enforcements, 1958-1960
24-25 Philadelphia. Department of Licenses and Inspections--Conservation program, 1962-1963
26 Water seepage problem, 1961
27-32 Mortgages on Friends Neighborhood Guild property, 1925-1963
 
Series 2: Accession 96, 1943-1971
 
Box 1
 
Phila. Inquirer-Sun. Feb 25, 1951
Wed. Feb. 27, 1951
Sun. March 4, 1951
PHA-Newspaper Clippings mentioning Ass'n 1958-61 Regional Planning-Newspaper Clippings 1967-68 
Fair HSG- (from FHCDU) 1967-68 
Welfare, Health 1968
Expressways-Crosstown, Delaware 1967-68 
West Philadelphia, 1966 
Schuylkill River Park
Regional Housing Development, Regional Planning, 1968 
OIC, 1968
NAACP, other rights group 1968 School/Police 1968 
Polarization, 1968 
Magistrates, Judges, Etc., 1967 Rat Control 1968 
Advocate Planning, 1968 
Fires, 1967 
Riots-National 1967-68 
Riots Causes and Cures 1968 Miscellaneous, 1968 Personalities, 1967 
Fair Housing, 1967-68 
PAAC, OEO 1967, 1968 
Model Cities, 1967, 1968 
Finance & Insurance 1968 Integration 1967 
Grand Jury, 1969 
The Elderly 1967 
Legal Services, 1968 Riots-Philadelphia, 1967 Relocation, 1968
Model Cities/Areawide Council, 1968-69 Education, School Integration 1968 Landlord-Tenant, 1967-68 
Urban Renewal 1968 
Public Housing 1969 
Urban Renewal & Relocation 1969
Housing-general, 1968
Slum Areas-Problems & Local Programs 
1968-69
     Other Housing 1967-68
     Housing Law Enforcement & Legislation, 
1968
     Public Housing, 1967
 
Box 2
     
Aging-General, 1957
Appeals, FNG, 1968
Bedford Home Workshop, July 8, 1965
Child Welfare Committee, May 28, 1962
FB-Board of Directors, FNG 1969
FB; Correspondence, Misc. 1962-65
FB-(Rent Control) City Housing Rent Control 1969
FB-Retirement 1967-68
FB-Speech Material 1946
FB* Speeches & Articles, 1965, 1962
Community Organization General 1961, 1968
Franklin House, 1964, 1969
Friends Neighborhood Guild Audit, 1966
Friends Neighborhood Guild Publicity 1955, 1963, 1966-68
FNG-Staff Reports (Dept. Samples) 1965-66
Gateway (see Threshold) 1966-67
Housing East Poplar 1962, 1955, 1948
Housing Friends Housing Corp., 1952, 1959
Housing Guild House, 1962-63
Housing-History FNG 1961-1964
 
Box 3
 
Public Assistance, 1954
Housing-Maps, 1952
Urban Planning, 1969, 1968, 1965
Bosworth, Francis, 1967
Aging, 1969
FHG-Puerto Rican 1968
FNG-East Poplar (North Liberty) 1968
FNG-Lud Pow 1968
FNG-Misc. 1968
FNG-Misc. 1968, 1969, 1970
FNG-Fund Raising 1968
Community Organizations, 1961, 1968
Friends Neighborhood Guild, 1967
Summary of Workshop, April 18, 1963
Dramatist Guild (Housekeeping Study), 1962
Personal (Housing * East Poplar) 1968
Housing-Friends Housing Corporation, 1953, 1962
Housing-Philadelphia 1967
Russians, no-date
Play Parade no-date
Program (FNG) General to 1959
Northeastern Regional Conference National Federation of
Settlements and Neighborhood Centers, 1963 Program Filers, 1945-69 
Riots, 1951
Friends-Quaker Business Men’s Coalition 1968
Agid, 1947
Theatre for Children Summer 1964
Schools 1965-66
Special Programs (FNG) December 8,1968
Testimony Before Public Bodies, 1967
Threshold November 1, 1943 – November 1, 1967 Consultant until November 20,1969                                     
FNG Correspondence 1969
Friends Neighborhood Guild Play Parade
Summer 1960 A Mobile Community Service 
Friends Neighborhood Guild Philadelphia, 1958 
Friends Neighborhood Guild, 1965 
A Report To The Board Highlights of the Summer Program
1963 by Francis Bosworth 
Friends Neighborhood Guild 1967
The Role of the Arts In Neighborhood Life November 12, 1962 Demonstration, Research and Common Sense March 2, 1962 
Friends Self-help Housing Program In Philadelphia no-date 
FWCC Statement on Philadelphia Housing Project
U.N. Social Commission, April 29, 1959" 
Friends Housing Cooperative Thursday, December 20, 1962 
Administration, Housing and Home Finance Agency December 20, 1962 Friends Journal A Self-Help Housing Experiment March 23, 1957 
A White Paper on Housing and Urban Renewal In North-Central
Philadelphia, February, 1966 
A Reprint January 5, 1971 
Friends Self-Help Housing Program no-date 
The Guild Is People, 1961 
Friends Neighborhood Guild June 6, 1963 
Case Presentation For Board Meeting June 5, 1963 
Friends Neighborhood Guild (Seventieth Anniversary) 1951-53 
A Guide to Cleaning House, 1962 
Friends Neighborhood Guild Testimony of Francis Bosworth
Executive Director, Friends Neighborhood Guild Before the
Rules Committee, Philadelphia City Council August 16, 1967 Statement of the National Federation of Settlements and
Neighborhood Center to the Subcommittee on Education of the
Senate Committee on Labor and Public Affairs June 12, 1963 
A Sovereignty of Man no-date 
Friends Journal October 1, 1964
Learning Stimulation November 15 through November 19, 1966 
20 years of work in Housing Friends Neighborhood Guild, 1968 Philadelphia Theatre For Children Summer•Program-1964 
Friends Self-Help Housing Program in Philadelphia 9-21-64 
The State of the Neighborhood: Its Present and Its Future
November 1, 1967 
Friends Intelligent A Quaker Weekly 9/9/44 Threshold 1965-68
Foreign Policy Reports Sept. 15, 1940 
Philadelphia Theatre for Children no-date 
Friends Neighborhood Guild Relocation Program for East Poplar
Urban Renewal Area under contract with Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority March 1961
Friends Neighborhood Guild Under the Care of the 
Religious Society of Friends 1945
“The Earth Is But One Country” March 1, 1968
An Urban Strategy no-date
Friends Neighborhood Guild Philadelphia 1958
Center Diary : 16
Saturday Review November 23, 1968
Bi-Monthly review of Urban America July-August 1968 Volume 2 No. 4 
Bi-Monthly review of Urban American March 1968 Volume 2 No. 2
 
Box 4
 
Housing-Phila. Hsg. Author 1953-58, 1969
Housekeeping Study, 1961-63
Jobs For School Youth November 5, 1962
Learn and Earn Program 6/21/67-9/21/67
Operation Poplar, 1962
Phila. Experiment In Services To Children (PESC) June, 1966
Play Areas August 16, 1961
Play Parade, 1964
Program Filers, 1945-68
Program (FNG) General to 1959
Religious Society of Friends April 30, 1968
Schools, Public & Private 1-11-65
Research Report on the 1965 Summer
Neighborhood, Educational Program June 30-August 6 
Skid Row, 1955 
Special Programs (FNG) Starting, Ending Concerts, etc.
Exhibits, 1963
Spanish Speaking Americans June, 1968 Staff (FNG) Summer 1959
Testimony Before Public Bodies FB 1955, 1967, 1957 
Theatre for Children, 1964 
Threshold (Also see Gateway), 1967-69 
United Fund, 1957
United Fund-Agency Review August 17, 1961 
Urban Planning, 1962
 
 
Series 3: Accession 567, 1926-1980
 
Box 1
 
Friends Neighborhood Guild-Art 1963
Pre Group of Great Stories, undated
Friends Neighborhood Guild  May 30, 1978
Wealth and Welfare Council, 1955, 1978  1879-1979
Guild House West  undated
Friends Neighborhood Guild  Jan. 27, 1979
FNE-Current  1970
Friends Neighborhood Guild  1969
FNE-Friends Guild Rehab.  1972, 1969
In The United States District Court For the Eastern District of Pennsylvania  1971 Harper's Magazine August, 1954
Service of Memory for John W. Tilley, Sr.  June 4, 1976 
100th Anniversary Observance of Friends Neighborhood Guild
Russia (Magazine)  March, 1956 
Philadelphia Inquirer Wednesday 5, 1980 
Temple University Urban Archives Center May 7, 1970 
Today August 10, 1969
Evaluation:  Admiring Glance at a Celebrity April 4, 1980 Venturi and Rauch  Feb. 26, 1980 
Friends Neighborhood Guild  March 11, 1950 
The Guild is People  1961 
Paul Blanshard Associates Inc.  1978 
Social Audits  1957, 1961, 1955 
A Panoply 1950s, 1960s 
Introduction, 1962 
Speech Material-Articles  1961 
Kalmuk Brotherhood of American, Inc.  1957 
Report of Family Counseling Service of the Episcopal Community Services, 1959
Speech Material  October 23-October 26, 1958 Saturday Review June 20, 1959 
Issues December  1958
Is there Hope for "Hopeless" Families?  1958 
Address By Dr. Otto Klineberg Jan. 13, 1959 
The New York Times,  May 18, 1958 
Social Work Journal  January 1953 
National Federation of Settlements and Neighborhood Centers  Definition of Neighborhood by Albert J. Kennedy undated
Friends  Self-Help Housing Program 1953 
American Association of Social Workers  Philadelphia Chapter undated
Basic Problems and Issues in Social Welfare
Race Relations as a World Issue 11-11-56
Daughters of the American Revolution Magazine December 1955
The Origin of Our Christmas Customs undated
Looking At Life Through Ben Franklin’s Bifocals, October 28, 1955
Our Far-Flung Correspondences Three Christmas Days - 111, undated 
Some Comments on the Program of Friends Neighborhood Guild, August 17 , 1961 
Draft Statement January 1961
Power As a Dimension of Education July 5, 1961
The Two Culture and The Urban Revolution March 29, 1962 "Why  I Am Sailing This Boat Into The Bomb-Test Area," Albert S. Bigelow 1957
The Declaration of Independence  July 4, 1776 Settlement Development Committee March 7, 1958 Springfield Jewish Community Center 1957 
FORUM 1958
ISSUES  1958 (January) 
Jacksonville Urban League  1954 
Social Work's Role In Reshaping The American Community, By Lester B. Granger March  1954
A Conference on Problems of Aging  June 12, 1954
Housing and Home Finance Agency June 12, 1954
Friends Intelligence 7/24/54, 1947
Mr. F. Bosworth
Dilemmas of Liberalism May 1953 
Children and Youth In an Urban Environment Housing and Home Finance Agency 
Education Out Look May, 1951 Population Bulletin June, 1954 Economic News, 1961 
Redevelopment Authority, 1966 
The Rogues of Paris, 1960
The Two Cultures And The Urban Revolution 1962 American Bar Association, 1965
 
Box 2
 
Francis Bosworth
Friends Neighborhood Guild
534 N. 4th St.
Philadelphia, Penn
Market 8236 or 0308
Helping The Poor Housekeeping Family In Public Housing A Research-Demonstration-Project, 1961-1963
Friends Neighborhood Guild, 1958, 1967, 1968
Kalmook Brotherhood Society of America, undated
The Amateur Chairman, 1939
Volunteer Services for the Blind, 1971
National Accreditation Council, 1971
Kalymyks, Friends Neighborhood Guild 1952-53
So… You Serve on a Board June, 1963
In The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania Eastern District Jan. 15-22, 1951
Past & Future Program of Friends Neighborhood Guild 2/15/57
Program Statement 2/1/50 
The Negro Family.  The Case For Natural Action by Daniel Patrick Maynibar for Office of Policy Planning £ Research U.S. Dept. of Labor "Letter From Washington," September 2,  Published in The New Yorker  September 11, 1965
J. Adams' Dinner undated
New Outlook October, 1932  
The New Republic 1914-1939  November 8, 1939
Survey March 1941
Future of the Guild  1951
Analysis of Future of Friends Neighborhood Guild 1955 3/14/55
Rockefeller Foundation  1968
Friends Neighborhood Guild Temple University, 1926
Guild, 1971-77
Friends Neighborhood Guild Federation of Settlements, 1974
 
Series 4: Accession 878
 
No inventory is available for Series 4: Accession 878   
 
Series 5: Accession 1029
 
No inventory is available for Series 5: Accession 1029
 
Series 6: Photographs, 1953-1963 
 
Box 1
 
Art and Exhibits, 1954-55
Children’s Theater
Christmas Party, 1959
Dances
Displaced Persons, Sodbinow and Dambinow Families
Guild House Apartments for Senior Residents May Festival, 1959 or 1960
Miscellaneous (5 folders)
Penn Towne Council
Play Parade, 1960
Play Parade, Cape May, NJ, 1960
Play Parade, 1963
Playground on Empty Lot
Portraits
Rehabilitation Project of Oscar Stonorov, 1953
Spring Fair, 1963
Staff Party, 1958
Tuberculosis (X-Rays, Men in Flophouses and on Street)
 

Series 7, Website versions in Archive-It, 2008-2015

Series 7 contains preserved versions of the Friends Neighborhood Guild’s website. To access these sites, see the Temple University Special Collections Urban Archives Archive-It web page: https://www.archive-it.org/collections/4487