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Germantown Settlement (Philadelphia, Pa.) Records

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SCRC 18

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Description

Collection Summary 
 
Title
Germantown Settlement (Philadelphia, Pa.) Records
 
Dates
1908-1991
 
Collection ID
SCRC 18
 
Creator
Germantown Settlement (Philadelphia, Pa.)
 
Quantity
Approximately 34 linear feet (34 boxes)
 
Repository 
Special Collections Research Center, Temple University Libraries
 
Language
Materials in English
 
Detailed Collection Information 
 
Historical Note 
In 1884 an organization was formed and named Morton Street Day Nursery and Free Kindergarten with a later change to Morton Street Day Nursery and Working People's Aid, Inc. In 1920 a different organization was formed under the name of Americanization Committee of Germantown to provide language and culture instruction to immigrants. Changes in this organization's concerns lead to a name change to Germantown Community Center. 
 
In October, 1934, the Morton Street Day Nursery and Germantown Community Center merged to form the Germantown Settlement with headquarters at 324 High Street. 
 
Over the years the Settlement has provided a variety of services to constituents within its service area. This includes community organization within the Morton area and the provision of services to the elderly. A branch office in the Wister area was opened in 1957 at 48 E. Penn Street. A satellite office was later opened in the Olney area. 
 
Description of Collection 
Materials in the collection from 1908-1910 were received as a separate collection and deal with the formation of the Morton Boys Club Association. In 1960, the Association was discontinued and all funds were transferred to the Germantown Settlement. Materials from 1928 deal with the formation of the Germantown Community Center. 
 
The Germantown Settlement materials from 1947-1972 concern themselves with the general operations of the Settlement, the Morton and Wister branches/areas, and the provision of services under programs sponsored by the Delaware Valley Settlement Alliance. The holdings from 1983-1991 almost entirely concern the provision of services to the aged. 
 
Organization and Arrangement 
 
The collection is arranged into 11 series as follows:
 
Series 1: Administration and Organization, 1928-1988
Series 2: Financial, 1939-1971
Series 3: Services to Aging, General, 1976-1991
Series 4: Services to Aging, Meals, 1983-1986
Series 5: Services to Aging, Transportation, 1983-1987
Series 6: Morton Branch and Area, 1908-1969
Series 7: Wister Branch and Area, 1958-1972
Series 8: Miscellaneous, 1934-1972
Series 9: Other Organizations, 1953-1989
Series 10: Neighborhood Youth Corps, Case Files, undated (Restricted)
Series 11: Services to Aging, Case Records, 1986-1990 (Restricted)
 
Patron Information 
 

Catalog Record

A record for this collection is available in Temple University’s online library catalog: http://diamond.temple.edu/record=b5429552~S30

Research Access 
Collection is open for research. Restricted materials (“Social Security Information on Individuals” in Box 5, and Series 10-11) are available only 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. 
 
Publication and Copyright Information 
The Germantown Settlement (Philadelphia, Pa.) Records are the physical 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], Germantown Settlement (Philadelphia, Pa.) Records, SCRC 18, Special Collections Research Center, Temple University Libraries, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 
 
Related Material
Germantown Settlement (Philadelphia, Pa.) Records (Accession 832), Special Collections Research Center, Temple University Libraries.
 
Administrative Information 
 
Acquisition Information
Accession 220 deposited May 1975 by the Germantown Settlement, Accession 370 deposited February 1979 by the Haverford Quaker Collection, and Accession 721 deposited December 1990 by the Germantown Settlement. 
 
Processing Information 
Finding aid revised according to contemporary archival standards in March 2013 by Katy Rawdon, Coordinator of Technical Services. 
 
Index Terms 
 
The following headings have been used to index the description of this collection in Temple University’s electronic catalog:
 
Corporate Names: 
Germantown Community Center
Germantown Settlement (Philadelphia, Pa.)
Morton Street Day Nursery and Working People's Aid, Inc.
Philadelphia Corporation for the Aging
 
Subjects: 
Housing--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia
Social settlements
 
Places: 
Germantown (Philadelphia, Pa.)
Philadelphia (Pa.)
 
Material Types: 
Case files
Manuscripts (document genre)
Minutes
Reports
 
Inventory
 
Series 1: Administration and Organization, 1928-1988
 
Box 1
 
Annual Meeting Reports 1951-1962 
Board of Managers
Correspondence, Miscellaneous 1959-1962
Executive Committee, Miscellaneous, 1958-1965
List 1962/63, 1987/88
Minutes
1949-1952
1953-1958
1958-1962
1961-1962
1963-April 1965
May 1965-1966
1967-1968
Miscellaneous, 1958-1968
President, Correspondence 1955-1969
"Social Action" Correspondence and Materials 1963-1965
Committees
Administration 1958-1959
Budget 1952-1957
Building Activities 1958
Community Projects 1955-1958
Community Services 1960-1966
Day Care 1967-1968
Finance 1958-1967
Individual and Group Services 1959-1966
Membership Confirmation Forms 1961-1962
Miscellaneous 1960-1969
Morton 1959-1966
Nominating 1956-1967
Personnel 1951-1967
Policy
Consultants and Follow-up 1959-1968
Miscellaneous 1955-1967
Programs 1958-1959
Properties 1960-1967
Social Services 1966
Teenage Recreation 1960
Wister 1961-1964
Constitution and Bylaws
Executive Director
Correspondence 
1953, Charles Liddell
1954, Peter Cremius
1959-1960, S. Allen Bacon
1961
1962
1963 
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
House Council 1960-1961
Description of Neighborhood (Annual Report 1951-1952)
Equipment Inventory 1960
Germantown Community Center
Miscellaneous 1928
News Clippings on Fire 1928
History
"An Introduction and Invitation to Germantown Settlement"
Membership Registration Procedure 1962
 
Box 2
 
Personnel 
Correspondence 1954-1965
Daily Schedule January-March 1970
Job Applications, Resumes and References
Job Descriptions and Salary Scales 1954-1969
Miscellaneous
Personnel Policies, Revision #4, June 17, 1985
Personnel Practices 1952-1962
Personnel Practices, Amendments
Resumes
Staff Evaluation Sessions 1959-1960
Staff Meeting Minutes
1951-1953
1954-1958
1958-1960
1962-1963
1968-1969
Student Placements
Bryn Mawr College 1963-1966
Haverford College 1969
Temple University 1964-1965
University of Pennsylvania 1959-1969
Volunteers 1965-1966
Planning Conference
1970
1971
Program Evaluations
1952-1954
1956, 1958
1961-1962
1965
Reports to Board 1951-1953, 1956, 1960-1962
Self Studies 1947-1952
Social Audit 1955-1956 
Volunteers
 
Series 2: Financial, 1939-1971
 
Automobile Insurance 1965-1967
Building Contribution Letters 1950
Building Maintenance 1953-1956
Building Renovation, 324 E. High Street 1963
Community Chest/Fund Budgets 
1942-1947
1949-1950
1950-1952
Correspondence 1952-1957, 1967
Financial Statements
1939-1940
1943-1952
1952-1954
1955-1957
1956-1959
1959-1960
Insurance 1954-1955
Miscellaneous 1951-1961
Revised Budget 1951-1957
 
Box 3
 
Foundation Correspondence 1959-1968 
Insurance
Ledgers
Income April 1943-April 1948
Petty Cash April 1943-July 1969
Receipts and Expenditure by Activity June 1944-May 1945
June 1945-May 1946
June 1946-May 1948
Receipts and Expenditure by Account April 1947-May 1948
Receipts and Deposits
June 1948-May 1951
June 1951-May 1957
Licenses and Inspections Department
Miscellaneous 1963-1966
Payroll Record, 1946-1947
Report 1971-1972
Settlement Memorial Fund 1961
Statements and Reports 1943-1951
United Fund
Correspondence 1968
Miscellaneous 1983-1987
Quarterly Report 1968
Workmen's Compensation 1960-1961 
 
Series 3: Services to Aging, General, 1976-1991
 
Activity and Program Schedules 1990, 1991
Client Characteristics Report, PCA 1987
Director, Services to Aging, Robyn H. Coleman
Center Coordinator, Joyce Wright 1986-1987
Case Management Unit
Minutes of Staff Meetings
Supervisor, John Lewis
Time Sheets 1988-1989
Correspondence 
Case and Emergency Inc. 1986
Colbert, Louis of PCA 1986 
In-Center 1986-1988 Miscellaneous 1986-1988
Alzheimer's Disease
Assessments of Clients 1983-1985
 
Box 4
 
Case Management Resources 
Ceramics
Day Camp Certificates August 1986
"Discount and Financial Services Listing," PCA January 1986
Driver Information Forms
Equipment Inventory
Home Health Program, Pennsylvania Department of Health 1987
Homemaker Care Plans and Supervisory Reports 1980
In-Home Service Program Manual, Philadelphia Corporation. for Aging (PCA)
Late Start 
Awards
Newsletter 1976-1985
Personnel and Resumes
Programs 1986, 1987
Lunch Contributions 1988
Matching Funds, 1981
Medical Abbreviations
Monthly Report Forms, PCA
New Referrals 1987-1989
Olney Satellite Coordinator Anita Robinson, 1987
Paired Experience in Community Learning (PECL) 1978-1979
Project Common Space
Proposals Submitted
1983 and Prior
1984
1987
RSVP Certificates 
Records Shipped to Urban Archives, Box Lists 1991
Resources
Senior Centers and House/Congressional Districts, PCA March 1985
Service Management Monthly Reports
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
"Service Management Specifications" PCA
1986, May 28
1986-1987
Service Management Unit
Minutes of Staff Meetings
Supervisor, Barbara Jones
Service Orders, PCA, April 10-11, 1990
 
Box 5
 
Social Security Information on Individuals (RESTRICTED) 
Speed Letters (Two Folders)
Staff Information
Staff Work Schedules
Statistical Report/Client Profile, 1985-1986
Step-up Project, 1988-1989
"Stress Saver"
Subcontractor and Center List, PCA
Supportive Services Program for Older Persons, Abstract
1984
Travel and Tours
Trips 1986-1987
United Way 1984-1986
Weekend Program Logs 1985-1986
Workshops
 
Series 4: Services to Aging, Meals, 1983-1986
 
Logs
1983 January-February
1984 
August
November
1985 
April
May
June
July, Lunch
July, Breakfast
August, Breakfast
August, Lunch September, Breakfast
September, Lunch
October, Breakfast
October, Lunch
November
December
1986
January
February
March
April
May
June
Wood Company, M.W.
 
Series 5: Services to Aging, Transportation, 1983-1987
 
Box 6
 
Clients Receiving Services 
Daily Count Worksheets
Logs and Bills
1983 October
1984 
January-March
April-May
June-July
October-December
1985
January-March
April-June
July 1-14
July 15-31
August 1-18
August 19-31
September 1-15
October 1-9
October 10-19
October 20-31
November 1-9
 
Box 7
 
November 10-19 
November 20-31
December 1-9
December 10-19
December 20-30
1986
January
February
March
April
May 
June
July
September
October
December
Regulations and Correspondence 1985-1987
Van Insurance
Vehicle Maintenance
 
Series 6: Morton Branch and Area, 1908-1969
 
Branch Miscellaneous 1965-1969
Code Violations, Department of Licenses and Inspections, 1960-1962
"Community Organization in the Neighborhood North of
High Street," by Bonnie Marglous 1956-1957
Conservation and Rehabilitation Program: Evaluations 1955-1956
Greater Morton Civic Association 
Bylaws and Constitution 
Executive Committee 1961-1967
Board of Directors 1968-1969
Correspondence 1962-1967
Area Housing Committee, Miscellaneous 1961-1966
Community Relations Committee and Youth Committee, Process Records by Jesse Auerbach 1966-1967
Crime Abatement Committee 1962-1966
Housing Committee 
Process Report by William Conrad 1967-1968
Process Report by James Smith 1968-1969
 
Box 8
 
Nominations Committee, Miscellaneous 1969
Publication Committee, Process Report by Maurice Cogan 1966
Publicity Committee
Miscellaneous 1965-1966
Process Report by Maurice Cogan 1965-1966
Reorganization Committee, Miscellaneous 1969
Schools Committee
Miscellaneous 1966-1969
Process Reports by Maurice Cogan 
1965 
1966
Process Records by Jesse Auerbach 1966-1967
Schools and Membership Committees, Process Record by Mark L. Kirszner 1968-1969
Youth Committee, Process Reports by William Conrad 1967-1968
James Smith 1968-1969
Youth and Schools Committee, Miscellaneous 1963- 1964
Block Groups
Baynton Street 1956-1963
Chew Street, 6200 Block
Clearview Street, 6200 Block 1959-1963
Duval-Baynton Streets, Miscellaneous, 1955- 1958
Duval-Baynton Streets, Student Reports 1959- 1960
Ely-Rittenhouse Court Area 1954-1956
Gardenia Street
6100 Block 1955-1962
6200 Block
Haines Street
100 Block 1956-1961
200 Block 1958-1963
500 Block 1958-1963
Herman Street 1955
High Street
400 Block 1957-1972
500 Block 1961
Homer Street 1953
Lena-Price Streets 1955
Magnolia Avenue, 5800 Block 1956-1958 
Magnolia Street 
6000 Block 1957
6100 Block 1955-1962
6200 Block 1953-1963
Mayland Street, 100 Block 1955
Mechanic Street 1955-1961
Miscellaneous 1953-1956
Morton Street
5800 Block 1957
6100 Block 1958-1963
Pastorius Street 1961-1963
Price Street
300 Block 1957-1962
400 Block 1955-1957
Rittenhouse-Magnolia Streets
Rittenhouse-Osceola Streets
1955-1956
1957-1963
Rittenhouse Street, Lower East 1956-1961
Ross-Cosgrove Streets 1956
Stafford Street 1955-1961
Tulpehocken Street
100 Block 1955-1957
400 Block, 1959-1963
Wakefield Street, 5800 Block 1956 -1958
Walnut Lane, 400 Block 1958-1962 
Washington Lane/Baynton Street 1955-1968
 
Box 9
 
Finances 1961-1969 
Formation Information 1960-1961
Membership Material 1966-1967
Miscellaneous 1961-1969
Monthly Intra-Agency Report Form, Morton Area Community Works 1962-1963
"Morton Messenger" 1966-1969
"Newsletter" 1965
South Morton Area Committee
Miscellaneous 1969
Process Report, James Smith 1969
Tour 1969
Student Worker Daily Log, Jesse Auerbach 1968
Haines Street Tot-Lot Association
1952-1959
1960-1962
Miscellaneous Papers on Community Organization Work, Walter L. Smart 1960
Morton and Upper Germantown News Clippings
Morton Boys Club Association
Brochures 1909
Building Fund
Miscellaneous 1908-1909
Subscription Book
Charter and Bylaws 1909-1910
Correspondence with Germantown Settlement 1956- 1960 
Minutes, First Meeting May 13, 1910
Photographs Used in Brochure
Morton Homes Residents Program 1963-1966
Morton Leadership Area Background Material 1954-1959
Morton Neighborhood Council (MNC)
Constitution
Annual Reports 1957-1958
Executive Committee 1956-1960
Meeting Minutes and Notices 1952-1959
Area Housing Committee 1956-1960
Flower Box Committee 1956-1961
Planning Committee 1956-1959
"An Experiment in Cooperative Neighborhood
Rehabilitation" September 1956
Haines Street, 462 1956-1957
Haines Street Rehabilitation Project 1956
Membership 1953-1956
Miscellaneous 1952-1960
"Morton Area Rehabilitation Program, Summary
Report 1954-1957" 
Rehabilitation Reports 1961-1966
Rehabilitation Staff Meetings 1962-1963
Substandard Housing 1955-1963
Morton Public Housing Project, Philadelphia
Housing Association 1959
Morton Rehabilitation Program
Contracts with Redevelopment Authority 1958- 1962
Miscellaneous 1959-1962
Morton Urban Renewal Project (MURP)
Industrial Relocation 1960-1962
"Journal of Relocation Process" 1960
Miscellaneous 1955-1959
Morton Relocation/Rehousing Plan, Redevelopment Authority 1957-1959
Project Blueprints 1959-1964
Relocation Analysis and Survey 1960-1961
Relocation Case Studies 1955, 1960
Relocation Committee, PHA 1960
 
Box 10
 
Relocation Correspondence 1955-1962
Relocation File, William Odom, 5844 Baynton Street 1960
Relocation Program Finances 1960-1961
Relocation Sheets and Questionnaires 1955
Relocation Staff Meeting Minutes
Relocation Study 1960
"Report of Relocation Progress" 1960
Transfer of Institutional Property 1962
Vacant Houses 1960-1961
Neighborhood Block Project 1953-1954
"Socio-Economic Aspects of the Morton Area"
Upper Germantown Area Stabilization Committee/Project 1955-1958
Upper Germantown Neighbors Association 1957-1960
 
Series 7: Wister Branch and Area, 1958-1972
 
Area
Miscellaneous
News Clippings
Branch
Building (Waring House) Leases
Building (Waring House) Plans, Permits and Regulations
Children's Activities, Miscellaneous 1965-1966
Community Study 1964
Donation to Branch 1960-1965
File List
Job Descriptions 
Membership List 1966
Miscellaneous
Operation and Organization 1959-1960
Philadelphia Jewish Children's School 1960-1961
Summary of Weekly Activities 1961-1962
Volunteers for Children’s Activities 1966
"Wister News Notes" 1961-1962
Collom-Lena Block Committee 1961-1964
Earlham Street Civic Association 1962-1963
Germantown Community Club 1959-1962
Germantown Settlement Program for the Wister Community July 1960
Lena Street Block Committee 1958-1959
Socio-Economic Statistics, Wister and Morton
"Socio-Economic Survey/Aspects of the Wister Area," P. Watson August 31, 1970
Wister Area Committee 
Handbook 1969
Miscellaneous 1969-1972
Wister Area Worker Annual Report June 16, 1958
Wister Boys Club 1961
Wister Lions, Boys Group Work Program, Summary Report 1959-1960
Wister Neighborhood Council
Area Housing and Planning Committee 1966-1967
Fund Raising Committee 1966
Membership Committee 1968
Miscellaneous 1966-1967
Newspaper Committee 1967-1968
Schools Committee 1967-1968
Tenants Committee 1967-1968
Trash Situation 1970
"Wister News" 1967
 
Series 8: Miscellaneous, 1934-1972
 
Abbatoir at 401 East Haines 1934-1935, 1954-1957
Adult Education Opportunities 1962-1966
Annual Banquet 1961-1963
Backyard/Tot Lot Program 1960 
Belfield-Rittenhouse Bypass 1967-1969 
"The Board of Directors of a Neighborhood Center: Function, Organization, Responsibility"
Central Germantown Planning Study 1963-1966
Charm Class 1966
Chorus 1959-1960
Clean Block Operation 1956-1957
Day Camp 
1943-1952 
1953
1954
1955
1956
1957
1958
1959
1960
Boys 7 Year
Boys 8 Year
Boys 9 Year
Boys 10 Year
Boys 11 & 12 Year
Girls Younger
Girls Middle Age
Girls Older
Miscellaneous
1961
Boys Group 1
Boys Group 2
Boys Group 3
Boys Group 4
Boys Group 5
Girls Younger
Girls Middle Age
Girls Oldest
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
 
Box 11
 
Parents Association/Committee 
1953-1959
1962-1963
1962-1963
1964-1967
Miscellaneous, Undated
Draft Counseling 1971-1972
Economic Opportunity Act 1964-1965
Flyers 1950s-1960s
"Food Cupboards of the Northwest"
Freedom Happening 1970
Friends of Germantown Settlement 1964-1966
Germantown Community Caseworker Program 1965-1968
Germantown Neighborhood Council 1936-1938
Germantown Neighborhood Federal Credit Union 1953-1969
Germantown News Clippings 1954-1968
Germantown Settlement Homes, Inc. 1967 
Germantown Settlement Journal 1960 
Germantown Settlement Music School 1951-1954
"Germantown Settlement Newsletter" and "Crossroads
Newsletter" 1953-1965 
Germantown Traffic 1956
Groups/Clubs
Busy Bees 1959-1960
Diamonds 1959-1960
Jaguars 1960-1961
Jazz 1960-1961
Juniors 1959-1960
Mavericks 
1959-1960
1960-1961
Modern Dance
Our Lady of the Rosary 8th Grade Boys 1968-1969
Playgroup 1960-1961
Queen of Hearts 1960-1961
St. Vincents 1959-1960
San Salvadors
Squires 1966
Swamp Foxes 1959-1960
Tigers 1959-1960
Tigers 1960-1961
Twisters 1960-1961
Vikings 1959-1960
Workers 1959-1960
Home Improvement Course 1971
Information and Referral Service for Older People 1961
Jewelry Class 1959-1960
Junior Program 
1959-1960
1961
Leadership Training Course 1957-1960
Library 1961-1967
Magnolia News 1965-1969
Miscellaneous Activities 1951-1964
Model Apartment 1957-1959
"A Paper Addressed to the Greater Philadelphia
Movement on Guidelines from the Settlement 
Movement for the Achievement of Better Housing," by S. Allen Bacon
"Philadelphia Adventures" 1967
Poor People's March on Washington 1968
Pre-School Program 1959, 1963
Princeton Summer Camp 1966
Projects for Neighborhood Groups
Publicity and Public Relations 1959-1967
Recorded Interviews, Case Studies 1955-1965
Remodeling Check Sheet and Estimating Value
Schools in Germantown 1968-1969
Schools, News Clips 1962-1968
Sections and Boundaries," Youth Gangs of Germantown
Supplement Program 1961 
Traffic Light, High Street 1953
 
Box 12
 
Tutoring Program 
Attendance Sheets 1965
List of Tutees 1964-1965
List of Tutors and Applications 1964-1965
Log
Barringer, Wayne
Barton, Roberta
Bass, Theresa
Bond, Sandra
Branham, Terry
Chaney, Adella
Chaney, Allegra Ann
Charle, Vernon
Coleman, Robert
Crawley, Raymond
Davis, Richard
Drewitt, Jane/Janice
Dunson, Sharon
Epps, Sandra
Fields, Dawn
Igress, Diane
Irons, Richard Jr.
Jones, James
Jones, Lewis
King, Thurman
McMichael, Brian
Morse, Kenneth
Nunnely, Renee
Pierce, Dorothy
Porter, Patricia
Purnell, Lois
Randolph, Gary
Ravenell, Gerald S.
Reid, Stanley
Shine, Stephanie
Studivant, Caroline
Terry, Arthur
Williams, Kim
Williams, Mark
Williams, Melvin
Williams, Sandra
Miscellaneous 1964-1966
Urban Renewal, Miscellaneous 1954, 1963-1964
Vacant House 1952
Volunteers
War on Poverty 1964-1965
Wednesday Morning Coffee Hour 1963-1964 
Wister Playschool 1964-1967
Youth, Miscellaneous 1958-1967
Youth and Problems in Germantown
Miscellaneous 1964-1970
News Clippings 1965.1966
 
Series 9: Other Organizations, 1953-1989
 
Ad Hoc Committee on Citizen Participation in Urban Renewal 1957
American Civil Liberties Union, Philadelphia Police Advisory Board 1965
American Friends Service Committee 1965-1968
Black Student Union of LaSalle College
Buyers Equal Access Movement
Capitol Community Services Inc., Saint Paul, Minnesota 1958
Chicago Federation of Settlements and Neighborhood Centers 1958
Citizens Committee on Public Education in Philadelphia 1964
Coalition of Advocates for the Rights of the Infirm Elderly 1989
Citizens Council on City Planning 
Miscellaneous 1955-1967
Zoning Alerting Service 
1953, 1960-1961
1962-1963
1964-1967
1969
Citizens Emergency Committee on Anti-Poverty
Correspondence 1965
Membership
Minutes 1965
Miscellaneous 1965
Organization 1965
Platform and Resolutions 1965
Press Releases 1965
Program Organization 1965
Steering Committee 1965
Committee for Citizens Education on the Philadelphia Magisterial System 1966-1968
Community Occupational Readiness and Placement Programs 1989
Community Services of Pennsylvania 1966-1969
Concerned Citizens of Germantown 1968
Concord Village, Inc. 1989
Coordinating Council on School Integration 1964-1967
Crime Prevention Association of Philadelphia 1958 -1959
Delaware Valley Institute, 1964-1967 
Delaware Valley Settlement Alliance
Articles of Incorporation, Bylaws, Principles
1963-1966 
Annual Report 1965-1966
Board of /Executive Directors 1963-1969
Delegate Assembly 1965-1969
Committee Assignments
Alliance Committee 1959-1963
Area Youth Work Committee 1962-1967
Community Action Program 1964 
Community Work Committee 1968 
Community Workers Committee 1959-1964
Human Relations Committee 1959
International Committee 1955
Neighborhood Development Committee 1966
Nominating Committee 1967-1968
Poverty Committee
Program Committee 1963
Reorganization and Planning Committee 1968
Social Action and Education Committee 1963
 
Box 13
 
Staff Committee on Community Concerns 1964 -1968
Cause II Program 1965 
Complementary Services Project 1964
County Board of Assistance 1963-1968
Discovery Clubs 1965-1966
Education Workshop May 8, 1965
Expansion of Services 1964-1966
Finances 1963-1969
LARC Program 1969
Legislative Seminar 1963-1964
Miscellaneous 
1953-1962
1963-1968
Newsletter 1963-1967
Outline of Alliance Activities 1963-1967
Personnel
Student Training 1967
Youth Council 1967
Youth Employment Program 1964
Neighborhood Youth Corps
Activity Suggestion Sheets 1966
Applications
Ineligible
Miscellaneous
Correspondence 
1965-1966
1967-1968
Correspondence on Enrollees 1965-1967 
Counseling Ideas
Enrollee Distribution Sheets 1965
Enrollees 1966
"Evaluative Report on Program "Tighten Up"" 1967
Forms
Miscellaneous 1965-1966
Monthly Statistical Report 1965-1966
Petty Cash Statements
Planning Committee 1964-1966
Remedial Education Program 1967
Staff 
Applications
Meeting Minutes 1965-1966
Pay Statements
Timesheets 
1965 
July-September
October-November
December
1966
Undated
January-March
April-June
July-September
Work Roster 1966
Project M.O.V.E.
Caseload Problems 1966
Finances 1965-1967
Memos to Workers 1966
Miscellaneous 1965-1967
News Clippings
Personnel 1965-1967
Proposals 1965-1966
Reports 1965-1966
Technical Advisory Committee 1966-1967
Youth Work Committee 1965
 
Box 14
 
School Settlement Program 
Annual Report 1966-1967
Ad Hoc Duval Committee 1968
Advisory Committee 1966-1968
Background on Children in Program 1966-1968
Coordinating Committee 1966-1968
Daycamp 1966-1969
Finances 1966-1970
Fulton Advisory Committee 1966-1969
"Manual of Policies, Procedure and Principles of Practice"
Opportunity Clubs 1967
Pastorius School Advisory Committee 1964-1968
Program Projections and Evaluations 1966-1969 Staff Meetings, Notices, etc. 1966-1968
Structure and Organization 1965-1968
Duval-Haines Community Project 1968-1969
East Mount Airy Neighbors 1960
Ecumenical Social Involvement Task Force
Family Service of Philadelphia 1952-1959
Federal Housing Administration 1961-1962
Federal-State Employment Service Administration, Youth Opportunity Centers 1964 
First Methodist Church 1963
First Presbyterian Germantown 1966
Fourteenth District Parent-Youth Aid Committee 1971-1972
Friends Charity Fuel Association 1961
Friends Council on Education 1967
Friends Neighborhood Guild, East Poplar Urban Renewal Area 1959
Friends of Germantown 1971-1972
Germantown Boys' Club, Brochure 1967 Germantown-Chestnut Hill Housing Committee 1956-1957 
Germantown Community Council
Board of Directors 1965-1967
Correspondence 1957-1968
Financial Records 1965-1966
Housing Committee 1966
Miscellaneous 1954-1956, 1964
Planning, Zoning and Survey Committee 1966-1969
Reports 1961-1968
Schools Committee 1957-1969
"Germantown Courier" 1958-1967
Germantown Friends School 1963-1968
Germantown Professional Workers 1963-1966
Germantown Relief Society 1953-1968
Germantown Religious Council 1965, 1969
Germantown Young Society 1969
Germantown Youth Workers
Miscellaneous 1958-1960
Secretaries' Books 1955-1960
Greater Germantown Economic Opportunities Committee 1965-1967
Greater Germantown Youth Corp 1968
Greater Philadelphia Federation of Settlements, Miscellaneous 1969
Health and Welfare Council 
Collaborative Child Care Project 1962-1963
Council on Volunteers 1964-1969
G Form Reports 
1956
1957
1958
 
Box 15
 
1959 
1960
1968
Miscellaneous 1951-1968
Settlement Study Committee 1947-1949
Social and Educational Needs Study June 1958
High-Morton Professional Group 1955-1960
Human Services Cooperative 1971-1972
International Program for Youth Leaders and Social Workers, Inc. 1963
Intra-City Community Corp. 1964-1965
Lingelbach School 1968-1969
Manhattanville Community Centers Inc. 1961
Mayor's Anti-Poverty Program
National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials 1967-1968
National Association of Social Workers, Philadelphia Chapter 1963-1968
National Conference on Social Welfare 1963
National Federation of Settlements and Neighborhood Centers 
Annual Meeting, 1958, Chicago
Annual Meeting, 1959, San Francisco 
Board of Directors Meetings Digest of Action 1958 
Board of Directors and Executive Committee, Miscellaneous, 1958-1960
Bylaws and Organizations
Correspondence 1957-1968
Conference on Inner-City Violence 1968
Course and Conferences, Miscellaneous 1964-1968
Dues and Finances 1957-1968
Eastern Regional Conference 1959
International Committee 1959, 1965
Inventory of Services 1968
Memoranda on Housing Acts 1954-1959
Memoranda, Miscellaneous 1959-1966
Memoranda on Public Housing 1958
Miscellaneous 1965-1968
"New Directions" Plan 1968
Nominating Committee 1963-1968
Personnel 1957-1959
Personnel Questionnaire 1966-1967
Self-Study Committee 1958-1959
Social Policy Platform 1963-1968
"Summary of Arden House Findings" 1958
National Health and Welfare Retirement Association, Inc. 1966-1969
National Service Corps 1962
Neighborhood Garden Association of Philadelphia 1962-1963
New World Patriotism Parade Coalition 1981
Nicetown Club 1954
North City Congress 1965
North Light 1953
Northern Student Movement Philadelphia Summer Tutorial Project 1962
Northwest Tenants Organization 1968
Pennsylvania Bureau of Employment Security 1966-1968
Pennsylvania Citizens Council 1963-1966
Philadelphia Anti-Poverty Action Committee Community Action Council
Area B
Elections
Miscellaneous 1966
Philadelphia Board of Education
Survey on Poverty
Correspondence 1965-1967
Organizational Structure
Philadelphia City Planning Commission, Undesirable Land Use 1956
Philadelphia Civic Center 1966-1968
Philadelphia Council for Community Advancement
Philadelphia Department of Licenses and Inspections, Housing and Fire Prosecutions 1963-1965
Philadelphia Department of Public Welfare, Division of Youth Conservation Services 1967
Philadelphia Housing Authority 
Correspondence, Miscellaneous 1959-1966 
Correspondence on Public Housing in Germantown 1939
Flyers and Publicity 1953-1963
Public Housing Advisory Committee 1956-1959
 
Box 16
 
Philadelphia Fellowship Commission 1959, 1969
Philadelphia Housing Association, Miscellaneous 1959 - 1968
Philadelphia Housing Association and Citizens' Council on City Planning, Committee on Public Housing Development Policy
Correspondence 1961-1965
Minutes 1961-1964
Used House Program 1968
Philadelphia Housing Development Corporation 1966
Philadelphia. Office of the Public Housing Coordinator 1956-1957
Philadelphia Registration Commission, Street List of Electors Registered in the 22nd Ward 1963
Price-Knox Neighbors 1967
Tenant Action Group
Union League of Philadelphia 1953-1954
United Church Board for Homeland Ministries, Philadelphia Action 1969
WCAV-TV Editorials on War on Poverty 1965
West Mount Airy Neighbors 1963
Wharton Centre
Young Afro-Americans 1968
Young Great Society 1969
YMCA/YWCA of Germantown 1962
 
Series 10: Neighborhood Youth Corps, Case Files, undated (RESTRICTED)
 
Box 17
 
A - W 
 
Series 11: Services to Aging, Case Records, 1986-1990 (RESTRICTED)
 
Assessment/Reassessment Cards 1986-1990
 
Box 18
 
Disposition of Referral Forms 
Outcome of Referrals
 
Box 19
 
Case Files 
 
A - B
 
Box 20
 
B
 
Box 21
 
C
 
Box 22
 
C - E
 
Box 23
 
E - G
 
Box 24
 
G
 
Box 25
 
H
 
Box 26
 
I - J
 
Box 27
 
J - L
 
Box 28
 
L - M
 
Box 29
 
M - P
 
Box 30
 
P - R
 
Box 31
 
R - S
 
Box 32
 
S - T
 
Box 33
 
T - W
 
Box 34
 
W - Z