3 edition of Fifty years work with girls, 1883-1933 found in the catalog.
Fifty years work with girls, 1883-1933
|Statement||by Otto Wilson, in collaboration with Robert South Barrett.|
|Contributions||Barrett, Robert South, 1877-1959., National Florence Crittenton Mission.|
|LC Classifications||HQ314.N33 W5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 p. l., 513 p.|
|Number of Pages||513|
Struggle for dignity
Attic red-figured vases
Characterization of tar acids from coal-hydrogenation oils
The Missing Osprey Nest (Ragged)
The Scripture-doctrine of original sin
Jemima Shore at the sunny grave
Empirical analysis of changes in personal income taxes
Sustaining the forests
Valley Primary School: an inspection report.
The wide brown land;
Final report, grant NAG-1-882, UW 144-AH14
Fifty years work with girls, A story of the Florence Crittenton homes, [Wilson, Otto] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Fifty years work with girls, A story of the Florence Crittenton homesAuthor: Otto Wilson.
Fifty Years' Work With Girls, A Story of the Florence Crittenton Homes (Children and Youth: Social Problems and Social Policy) by Wilson, Otto and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at : Fifty Years' Work With Girls, A Story of the Florence Crittenton Homes (Children and Youth: Social Problems and Social Policy) (): Wilson, Otto: BooksCited by: 5.
Get this from a library. Fifty years' work with girls, a story of the Florence Crittenton homes. [Otto Wilson; Robert South Barrett; National Florence Crittenton Mission.]. About this Book Catalog Record Details.
Fifty years; work with girls, ; Wilson, Otto. View full catalog record. Rights: Public Domain, Google-digitized. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wilson, Otto, Fifty years' work with girls, New York, Arno Press, (OCoLC) Source: Fifty Years’ Work with Girls, A Story of the Florence Crittenton Homes.
At the time of my birth, the facility was called Crittenton General Hospital. It was created by the National Florence Crittenton Mission, a group started in to serve prostitutes, fallen and vulnerable women, and women who were pregnant out of marriage.
Source: Fifty Years’ Work with Girls, A Story of the Florence Crittenton Homes. At the time of my birth, the facility was called Crittenton General Hospital.
It was created by the National Florence Crittenton Mission, a group started in to serve prostitutes, fallen and vulnerable women, and women who were pregnant out of marriage.
Crittenton General Hospital of Detroit, taken shortly after its opening in (source: Fifty Years’ Work with Girls, A Story of the Florence Crittenton Homes). Additional information on the history of the National Florence Crittenton Mission is available in Fifty Years Work with Girls by Otto Wilson.
The book contains a history of the Mission, information on its founders and early leaders, and brief histories of individual member homes. For. A historic photo of a Crittenton maternity hospital (source: Fifty Years’ Work with Girls, A Story of the Florence Crittenton Homes).
When it first opened, Crittenton General gave single and shamed pregnant women a place 1883-1933 book give birth, as well as bond and stay with their children. In a book published by the national organization, “Fifty Years’ Work with Girls, A Story of the Florence Crittenton Homes,” by Otto Wilson, Mary Robertson’s work was described at.
Title(s): Fifty years' work with girls, ; a story of the Florence Crittenton Otto Wilson in collaboration with Robert South Barrett. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: New York, Arno Press, Full text of "History Boscawen-Webster: fifty years " See other formats.
Fifty Years' Work with Girls, A Story of the Florence Crittenton Hom. $ Free shippingSeller Rating: % positive. Kate Waller Barrett (Janu – Febru ), née Katherine Harwood Waller, was a prominent Virginia physician, humanitarian, philanthropist, sociologist and social reformer, best known for her leadership of 1883-1933 book National Florence Crittenton Mission, which she founded in with Charles Nelson causes included helping the "outcast woman, the mistreated prisoner.
Folder 2: Fifty years' work with girls, a story of the Florence Crittenton homes, by Otto Wilson, in collaboration with Robert South Barrett.
(moved to Special Collections reading room shelves: HQW5 ), Folder 3: “Short Sketch of the NFC Mission", circa Sub-Series C: History of the Norfolk Home Box 1. Educated with the Boys. Kate Edger was born on the 6 th January to an educated and musical family who valued the importance of education.
When Kate migrated to New Zealand inthe lack of education for girls meant Kate and her sisters spent their early education being home-schooled by their father, Samuel, a Baptist minister and graduate of the University of London. Crittenton General Hospital of Detroit – Photo credit: Fifty Years of Work With Girls, A Story of the Florence Crittenton Homes In Januarythe board of trustees of Crittenton General Hospital announced its intention to build a bed suburban hospital unit in the Rochester area.
Fifty years’ work with girls, A story of the Florence Crittenton homes, (p. Alexandria, Va.: The National Florence Crittenton Mission.  Young, L. Is money our trouble. Paper presented at the National Conference on Social Work, Cleveland, OH.  Young, L.
founder and principal of the Haines Institute in Augusta for fifty years (), Lucy Craft Laney is Georgia's most famous female African American educator. She was born on Apone of ten children, to Louisa and David Laney during.
Fifty years' work with girls, ; a story of the Florence Crittenton homes. Author Wilson, Otto, Published Brooklyn Bridge 50 Years of Service -Naval Cancellation USS Brooks May 24thPatriotic Cover BrooklynAntiques 5 out of 5 stars () $ Favorite.
This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. You see clear evidence of this in Fifty Years Work with Girls,(National Florence Crittenton Mission), Otto Wilson (): "These girls in their ‘hour of need’ are encouraged to keep their babies girls leaving the Home are not turned at random into the.
Fifty Years of Work with Girls, A Story of the Florence Crittenton Homes. Alexandria, Virginia: The National Florence Crittenton Mission, Edholm, Charlton. Traffic in Girls and Florence Crittenton Missions. Chicago: Women's Temperance Publishing Association, c.
BIBLIOGRAPHY Primary Sources Manuscripts. New York City. Almshouse Records. Fifty Years' Work With Girls, ― ― Alexandria, Va.: The National Florence Crittenton Mission, Woolston, Howard B.
Prostitution in the United States Prior to the Entrance of the United States into the World War. New York: The. Full text of "Maternity homes for unmarried mothers; a community service" See other formats. “The Theory of Territorialism and Its Development.” In Fifty Years’ Progress of American Ornithology, –, by the American Ornithologists’ Union.
Lancaster, PA: American Ornithologists’ Union, “Zur Naturgeschichte des Singammers.”. The founder and principal of the Haines Institute in Augusta for fifty years (), Lucy Craft Laney is Georgia’s most famous female African American educator.
Lucy Craft Laney She was born on Apone of ten children, to Louisa and David Laney during slavery. The School Book of Forestry(English) Packard, A.
(Alpheus Spring), a tale of England and Egypt of fifty years ago - Complete(English) The Weavers: a tale of England and Egypt of fifty years ago Peterson, Margaret, To Love(English) Peterson, William, [Editor].
For 15 years she was society editor of the Putnam County Herald and was district supervisor of the Federal Writers project during the 's. She was a member of the Cookeville Book Lovers' club and the Tennessee Woman's Press and Author's club. For many years she was active in Parent Teachers and the Tennessee Federation of Women's clubs.
FORENINGEN TIL SKI-IDRAETTENS FREMME GJENNEM 50 AR [THE ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF SKI SPORTS THROUGH 50 YEAR ] c. Hardcover Fine [JUMP GIRLS, JUMP!] Karin Berg Hardcover DJ As New HOW PEARY REACHED THE POLE: THE PERSONAL STORY OF HIS ASSISTANT Donald B.
MacMillan Paperback Fine FIFTY. New Zealand for sale in New Zealand. Buy and sell New Zealand on Trade Me. This is page 6. *** Nelson College For Girls: Fifty Years *** Start price. $ No Reserve. $ Buy Now. Buy Now Ashhurst School History Manawatu years centenary Book Start price.
$ No Reserve. $ Buy Now. Buy Now. (ARMED SERVICES LIP RADIO'S Men of Scie tiinieaphirni Norf. otiore of Pathfinders in itritlio, Mertrortirt, arse' Trierisinn ORRIN E. DI, ILtP Jr. Overseas editio. Cumulative Bibliography of Library History Spring Compiled by Ed Goedeken, Bibliographer for the Humanities, Iowa State University.
Semiannual bibliographies originally appeared in issues of the LHRT Newsletter. LHRT has consolidated them here to improve searchability.
This page is intended to identify books for which there is no US copyright renewal record, and which may therefore be out of US copyright. However the information cannot be guaranteed correct, so it is the condition of use of this page that you must verify any information in it before relying on here for more information on US copyright, and how to check a book's US copyright status.
Ashburton Borough The final fifty years Richardson, HC. Ashburton District Council. Provincial Perspectives. Richardson, Len ; McIntyre, W David (eds) University of Canterbury, Whitcoulls.
Christ's College School List Rickard, LS (ed) Christ's College Old Boys' Assoc. Nelson Province. Ristori, B. Betts. THE NEW ZEALAND CARD INDEX, MOST COMMON ABBREVIATIONS AND SOME SOURCES. A Brett, Henry. ARC/SP The Albertlanders: brave pioneers of the ‘sixties B84 A Addresses to Sir George Grey by the European and F/H Maori residents in the Provincial Read more ›.
Jacques Judah Lyons, hazzan, rabbi and community leader, was born in Surinam and emigrated to Philadelphia in the early s. Minister of the New York Congregation Shearith Israel for 38 years, he gathered extensive materials on early Jewish history in the United States, Canada and the West Indies.
His papers include manuscripts, newspaper clippings, scrapbooks, notebooks, photographs and a. From April to November in Belgium, fifteen Lakotas enacted their culture on a world stage. Wearing beaded moccasins and eagle-feather headdresses, they set up tepees, danced, and demonstrated marksmanship and horse taming for the twenty million visitors to the Brussels International Exposition, a grand event similar to a world’s fair.Benefactors: Donated in by The Theodore Roosevelt Association, Oyster Bay, New York.
Excerpt from the Theodore Roosevelt Association Collection Symposium and Dedication Brochure, Saturday, Octo "It is a very poor thing to advance the history of great deeds done in the past as an excuse for doing poorly in the present; but it is an excellent thing to study the history of.A.
Logan Turner: History of the University of Edinburgh – (Edinburgh, ). Google Scholar A. Morgan and R. Kerr Hannay (eds): Charters Statutes Acts – (Edinburgh, ).