Social Work: Search for Identity

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Notes
1.
Benjamin Youngdahl, "Shall We Face It?" Social Work Journal, XXIX: 63-69 ( April, 1948).
2.
The Association for the Study of Community Organization joined the new organization in November, 1955.
3.
Minutes, Interim Committee for Joint Planning in Social Work, 7/15/44, Harriett Bartlett Papers, folder 9, Social Welfare History Archives, Minneapolis, Minn.
4.
The group was first called the American Association of Hospital Social Workers. Interview with Harriett Bartlett, August 20, 1979; Roy Lubove, The Professional Altruist ( New York: Atheneum, 1969), pp. 23-35.
5.
Yearly Report, Ill. District, AAHSW, 1933-34, NASW: Chicago Chapter Records, folder 12, Chicago Historical Society, Chicago, Ill.; "Outline of the Curriculum in Medical Social Work in a Professional School of Social Work," Adopted by AAMSW, 12/36, NASW Records, folder 373, Social Welfare History Archives. The first medical social work training course was a one-year program at the Boston School of Social Work, developed in 1912. The New York and Philadelphia Schools of Social Work soon followed Boston's lead. Lubove, p. 34.
6.
Committee on Inter-Association Structure and Program, Temporary Inter-Agency Council, 1949, NASW Records, folder 898.
7.
The National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis, which had funded medical social work, was no longer a viable source of grants after the development of the polio vaccine in the fifties. Interview with Bartlett; Harriett Bartlett Oral Memoir, NASW Oral History Project, 1980, p. 65, Social Welfare History Archives; interview with Mary Burns, April 10, 1979; U. S. Department of Education Healtho , and Welfare, Closing the Gap in Social Work Manpower ( Washington, D.C.: U.S. GPO, 1965), p. 34.
8.
Chicago Round Table on Psychiatric Social Work, 12/9/31, 4/20/32, NASW: Chicago Chapter Records, folders 7 and 8; Gordon Hamilton, Theory and Practice of Social Casework ( New York: Columbia University Press, 1940), pp. 345-49. Committee on Inter-Association Structure and Programo , TIAC, 1949, NASW Records, folder 898; Closing the Gap in Social Work Manpower, p. 34 (50 percent of the medical social workers in 1950 had two years of graduate training); interview with Mary Burns ; Bartlett Memoir, p. 80.
9.
Harriett M. Johnson, The Visiting Teacher in N.Y.C. ( 1916), quoted in Lubove, p. 37.
10.
Mildred Sikkema, "School Social Services," Social Work Year Book ( 1951), pp. 444-50.

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