Goddard-Riverside Community Center Records
1854-1994


Finding Aid Prepared by James Moske
September 2001


Date Range: 1854-1994
Size of Collection: 51 linear ft. (111 boxes; 4 oversize boxes; 1 oversize roll).
Date of Acquisition: Gift of Board of Directors, 1995
Material on Microfilm: No material on microfilm
Terms of Access: Available for faculty, students, or researchers engaged in scholarly or publication projects.
Restrictions on Use or Access: Boxes 106-109 contain program records of a confidential nature and are closed to researchers, with the exception of Goddard-Riverside Community Center staff, board members, or their approved agents, until 2060.
Permission to publish materials must be obtained in writing from the Director of the Rare Book and Manuscript Library.

Location in Stacks: Out-of-sequence. See Stack Directory.
Processing Information: Processed by James Moske and Holly MacCammon, 1996.
Associated Material: Records held by other repositories that are related to this collection include: the Child Study Association of America Records at the Social Welfare History Archives, University of Minnesota; the Greenwich House Records at the Tamiment Library, New York University; and the Mary Kingsbury Simkhovitch Papers at Schlesinger Library, Harvard University.
RLIN ID: NYCR

HISTORY

       

Goddard-Riverside Community Center was established in 1959 by the merger of two settlement houses, Riverside Community House and Goddard Neighborhood Center. Each of these institutions traced its origins to the earliest years of the settlement movement. Originally distinguished by the commitment of educated upper and middle-class volunteers to settle in working class communities in order to understand their problems first-hand this movement was initiated in London in 1884 with the founding of Toynbee Hall. The model was imported to the United States in 1886 when Neighborhood Guild was established on New York's lower east side in response to such urban conditions as poor housing inadequate health care lack of educational opportunity and crime. American settlement houses were in the vanguard of efforts to provide social services in their neighborhoods through such programs as kindergartens day care hot lunches health clinics visiting nurses camps playgrounds and arts education. In addition the settlements joined Progressive-era reform movements for improved housing public health and sanitation.,

Riverside Community House was established in 1887 by the Reverend Edward Houghton of the Chapel of the Transfiguration. Originally called Riverside Day Nursery, it provided child care for working mothers in the neighborhood of West 63rd Street. During the 1930s programs were expanded to serve residents of all ages and included social clubs Fresh Air Camp and medical examinations. To reflect this wider range of activities the institution's name was unofficially changed to the West 63rd Street Community House and in 1939 it was legally re-incorporated as Riverside Community House. In 1954 Riverside Community House merged with the Wilson Industrial School for Girls an institution founded one hundred years earlier to provide young women on Manhattan's lower east side with domestic and industrial training. Wilson School programs later included clubs for boys a medical dispensary a day nursery and religious instruction through the Wilson Mission. In 1908 the Wilson School moved to a new building on West 69th Street where it operated through the 1930s. By 1941 all programs were discontinued however and the board invited Riverside Community House to occupy its building rent-free. This arrangement lasted until the 1954 merger when Riverside Community House took title to the Wilson School building.,

Goddard Neighborhood Center was organized in 1892 by the Unitarian Church as "The Friendly Aid Society." The settlement ran a kindergarten, health clinic and recreation programs from two brownstones on East 34th Street. Among the settlement's early headworkers was Mary Kingsbury Simkhovitch who later came to prominence as founder and director of Greenwich House. During the early 1930s the Friendly Aid Society was renamed Goddard Neighborhood Center in honor of Warren Goddard its first board president.,

By the late 1950s both Riverside Community House and Goddard Neighborhood Center were interested in re-locating to other parts of the city. Major construction projects were changing the character of their neighborhoods by displacing the low-income residents who were their traditional constituents. In the same period the City Planning Commission announced plans for low and middle income housing projects in the area bounded by 87th and 97th Streets between Amsterdam Avenue and Central Park West. The "West Side Urban Renewal Project" (WSURP), launched in 1958 entailed the demolition of hundreds of apartment buildings subsidies for the rehabilitation of others the construction of public housing projects and the reconfiguration of streets,

During the ensuing decades WSURP provided thousands of people with new homes, it also brought residents, community institutions and politicians into conflict. The displacement of tenants the proposed locations of public housing projects and the activities of social service agencies in the community were some of the sources of social tension engendered by the plan.,

Anticipating the needs of a community about to undergo a major transformation, Riverside Community House and Goddard Neighborhood Center merged in 1959 to form Goddard-Riverside Community Center GRCC and consolidated their work in the heart of the WSURP district. Administrative offices were opened in a brownstone on West 87th street and programs were organized at several locations. These included teen centers at local schools a senior citizen 60 Plus Club and a day nursery. In addition a 135 acre camp facility in Rifton NY was acquired by GRCC through a 1960 merger with Pioneer Youth of America. Using these facilities GRCC worked for the integration of an increasingly diverse community through its recreational cultural housing and social service programs.,

Under the leadership of Executive Director Tom Wolfe, GRCC during the 1960s participated in WSURP through the Phoenix Project which provided low-income families with moving assistance and domestic education classes supervised by middle-income volunteers. The settlement also sponsored Goddard Towers a low-middle income housing cooperative, participated in planning medical services for the community through the Neighborhood Health Council, and sought improved police-community relations with its "Operation Friend". Through its membership in Strykers Bay Neighborhood Council GRCC worked with other community institutions to influence the course of WSURP. ,

After Tom Wolfe's untimely death in 1971, Bernie Wohl was hired as GRCC Executive Director. Wohl grew up in the Goddard-Riverside Neighborhood and had broad settlement house experience. Under his dynamic leadership GRCC expanded its youth creative arts and senior citizen programs. A special emphasis was placed on tenant advocacy and housing issues through establishment of the SRO Law Project and by sponsorship and management of renovated buildings. GRCC was a pioneer in social services for the homeless through its Project Reach Out. The West Side AIDS Project providing counselling and referrals for people with AIDS and the OPTIONS educational and career counselling service are other GRCC innovations. Established programs such as Head Start day care and the senior center have continued to flourish.,

In 1985 Goddard-Riverside acquired new campgrounds through a merger with Child Study Association of America/Wel-Met, Inc. The Child Study Association of America was founded in 1888 as the Society for the Study of Child Nature. What began as a small discussion group for mothers grew under the leadership of Sidonie Gruenberg into an influential national organization that promoted its views on child-rearing through the news media conferences and publications. The name of the organization was changed in 1912 to Federation for Child Study and in 1924 to Child Study Association of America CSAA In 1973 CSAA merged with Wel-Met Inc. a non-profit organization established in 1935 by the Metropolitan League of Jewish Community Associations to operate country camps for urban residents. Camping programs for all ages were an important component of GRCC's work until the early 1990s when budget cuts forced their discontinuation., and

In 1983 GRCC consolidated several of its programs and administrative functions at 593 Columbus Avenue, while continuing to operate other programs elsewhere in the neighborhood. During the 1990s GRCC remains among New York's most active settlement houses providing services to over 12 000 people annually.

SCOPE AND CONTENT

       

The Goddard-Riverside Community Center Collection documents the settlement and its antecedent institutions from 1854 to 1994. The records offer a unique view of the first wave of the settlement house movement in America, as well as related philanthropic and social welfare activities from the mid-19th century to the present. The records document social conditions, demographic change, political activity, and philanthropy in New York City over a 140 year period.

The records include: annual reports, board of directors minutes and correspondence, head worker and executive director files, associate director files, program proposals, contracts and reports, community organization files, and audio- visual materials such as photographs, negatives and audio tape.

The origins of Goddard-Riverside Community Center (GRCC) are documented in the "Predecessor Institutions" series, which includes eight subseries. These records provide a wealth of information on philanthropic, social welfare and settlement work from the mid- 19th century through the 1950s. Highlights include minutes of the Wilson Industrial School for Girls dating from the 1850s; scrapbooks, publications and conference materials from the most active years of the Child Study Association of America; and annual reports of the Friendly Aid Society which document the career of Mary Kingsbury Simkhovitch prior to the establishment of Greenwich House. Also documented in this series are the several mergers of predecessor institutions which led to the formation of GRCC. Some records in the "Predecessor Organizations" series have been water damaged and are fragile.

The beginning stages of the West Side Urban Renewal Project (WSURP) and its impact on the upper west side are documented by records in the "Administration" and "Executive Director Files" series. These include files on the Goddard Towers housing co-operative sponsored by GRCC as part of WSURP, and minutes of neighborhood committees with which the settlement was affiliated. The "Board of Directors" series contains minutes and reports which provide insight on the development of settlement policies and programs in response to changes in the neighborhood.

The "Bernie Wohl" subseries of the "Executive Director Files" provides an excellent overview of all areas of GRCC functioning from 1972 through the early 1990s, a period of tremendous expansion in programs and services. GRCC programs for this period are further documented in the "Programs and Activities" and "Stephen Russo Files" series.

The "Audio-Visual" series includes photographs of GRCC staff, board members, programs and activities, as well as those of several of its predecessor institutions. Also included are audio-tapes of a 1976 Child Study/Wel-Met conference.

There are gaps in several areas of the collection. None of the subseries in the "Predecessor Organizations" series provides complete documentation of all areas of institutional activity. In each subseries there are occasional breaks in the chronology of either reports, minutes or correspondence.

The records are arranged in seven series:

Series I - Predecessor Institutions, 1854-1985, 18.5 linear feet There are eight subseries, arranged by founding date of each institution:

Records in each subseries include annual reports, board minutes, correspondence, memos, publications, reports. Folders within each subseries are arranged alphabetically. Documents arranged chronologically.

Records held by other repositories that are related to this collection include: the Child Study Association of America Records at the Social Welfare History Archives, University of Minnesota; the Greenwich House Records at the Tamiment Library, New York University; and the Mary Kingsbury Simkhovitch Papers at Schlesinger Library, Harvard University.

Series II - Administration, 1959-1994, 6.25 linear feet

Includes annual reports, by-laws, correspondence and memos, budgets, fundraising brochures and printed material, United Neighborhood Houses files, Goddard Riverside Housing Corporation files. Folders arranged alphabetically. Documents arranged chronologically.

Series III - Board of Directors, 1959-1994, 3 linear feet

Includes committee files, correspondence, manuals, minutes. Folders arranged alphabetically. Documents arranged chronologically.

Series IV - Executive Director Files, 1960-1994, 5.75 linear feet

There are two subseries:

Includes correspondence, memos, program reports, community organization files. Folders arranged alphabetically. Documents arranged chronologically.

Series V - Stephen Russo Files, 1983-1990, 3.5 linear feet

Files of Associate Director Stephen Russo include correspondence, memos, program reports and program planning records. Folders arranged alphabetically. Documents arranged chronologically.

Series VI - Programs and Services, 1960-1994, 8 linear feet

Includes contracts and proposals, correspondence, memos, reports, statistical and narrative reports to funding agencies, flyers and announcements. Folders arranged alphabetically. Documents arranged chronologically.

Series VII - Audio-Visual Material, ca. 1900-1990, 6 linear feet

Includes black and white and color photographs, slides, negatives, and audio-tape. Series includes audio-visual material from predecessor institutions as well as Goddard-Riverside Community Center. Photoprints arranged alphabetically by subject, and chronologically when possible.


SERIES I - Predecessor Organizations

   --Wilson Industrial School for Girls

1   1 Annual Reports
     1862, 1870-72
     
1   2 Annual Reports
     1873, 1875-77
     
1   3 Annual Reports
     1878-81
     
1   4 Annual Reports
     1882-85
     
1   5 Annual Reports
     1886-87, 1889
     
1   6 Annual Reports
     1895, 1902, 1905
     
1   7 Annual Reports
     1908-11
     
1   8 Annual Reports
     1912, 1914, 1916, 1918
     
1   9 Annual Reports
     1919-21, 1927-28, 1929-30
     
1   10 Annual Reports
     1937-40
     
1   11 Board of Directors: Correspondence
     1889, 1945
     
1   12 Board of Directors Correspondence
     1950-51
     
1   13 Board of Directors: Correspondence
     1952
     
1   14 Board of Directors: Correspondence
     1953-54
     
2   1 Board of Directors.: Executive Committee Minutes
     1855-61, 1891
     
2   2 Board of Directors: Minutes
     1855-67
     Bound Volume
     
2   3 Board of Directors: Minutes
     1877-81
     Bound Volume
     
2   4 Board of Directors: Minutes
     1941-54
     
2   5 Brochure
     ca. 1900
     
2   6 By-Laws
     1898-1902
     
2   7 Certificate of Change of Purpose
     1941
     
2   8 Certificate of Incorporation
     1854
     
2   9 Contributions
     1920-23
     
2   10 Contributions Journal
     1947-48
     Bound Volume
     
2   11 History
     1938
     
2   12 "Manual of the Wilson Mission Church,"
     ca. 1868
     
2   13 One Hundredth Anniversary and Merger
     1954
     
2   14 Petition For Common School Funds
     ca. 1862
     
3   1 Real Estate
     1859-71
     
3   2 Real Estate
     1872-95
     
3   3 Real Estate-"Abstract of Title...,"
     1880
     
Flat Box 298   1 Real Estate-Deeds
     1860-75
     
3   4 Real Estate-"Inspection Survey,"
     1949
     
3   5 Real Estate-"Report of Interview with Robert M. Davis,"
     ca. 1950
     
3   6 Subscriptions and Donations
     1906-16
     Bound Volume
     
3   7 Wills and Bequests
     1895-1931
     
3   8 Wills and Bequests-Stock Certificates
     1868-71
     
3   9 "Woman's Industrial Exhibition,"
     1912
     
3   10 "Year Book of Woods Memorial Chapel,"
     1898
     
3   11 Young People's Society of Christian Endeavor of the Woods Memorial Chapel-Minutes
     1887-99
     Bound Volume
     
3   12 Young People's Society of Christian Endeavor of the Woods Memorial Chapel-Constitution and Presidential Address
     1898
     

   --Riverside Day Nursery

4   1 Annual Meetings
     1892, 1898
     
4   2 Annual Meetings
     1906-12
     
4   3 Annual Reports
     1889-94
     
4   4 Annual Reports
     1895-99
     
4   5 Annual Reports
     1901-08
     
4   6 Annual Reports
     1910-15
     
4   7 Associate Members
     [nd]
     
4   8 Board of Managers: Committees-Executive
     [nd]
     
4   9 Board of Managers: Committees-House and Supply
     c. 1900
     
4   10 Board of Managers: Committees-Nursery
     1889-93
     Bound Volume
     
4   11 Board of Managers: Committees-Nursery
     1899-1900
     
4   12 Board of Managers: Committees-Nursery
     1906-12
     Bound Volume
     
4   13 Board of Managers: Minutes
     1902-06
     Bound Volume
     
4   14 Minutes
     1905, 1907
     
4   15 Board of Managers: Minutes
     1906-13
     Bound Volume
     
4   16 Board of Managers: Minutes
     1932-43
      Bound Volume
     
Note: Also contains West 63rd Street Community House Minutes; see Box 5 Folder 17
5   1 Board of Managers: Minutes--Special Meeting
     June 29, 1939
     
5   2 Board of Managers: Resolution
     1897
     
5   3 Board of Managers: Roster
     [nd]
     
5   4 Board of Managers: Treasurer's Ledger
     1909-18
     Bound Volume
     
5   5 Board of Managers: Treasurer's Ledger
     1918-30
     Bound Volume
     
5   6 Board of Managers: Treasurer's Records
     1894-1931
     
5   7 Certificate of Extension
     1939
     
5   8 Certificate of Incorporation
     1889
     
5   9 Constitution and By-Laws
     1899, 1905
     
5   10 Correspondence
     1896-1897, 1905
     
5   11 Fundraising
     ca. 1916
     
5   12 History
     ca. 1897
     
5   13 Mother's Meetings
     1899
     
5   14 Special Events
     ca. 1897, 1915
     
5   15 State Board of Charities
     1897
     
5   16 West 63rd Street Community House: Annual Reports
     1934-38
     
5   17 West 63rd Street Community House: Board Minutes
     1936
     
Note: See also Box 4 Folder 16
5   18 West 63rd Street Community House: Constitution and By-Laws
     ca. 1930s
     
5   19 West 63rd Street Community House: Correspondence
     1937-40
     
5   20 West 63rd Street Community House: Miscellaneous Records
     1939
     

   --Child Study Association of America

6   1 Administrative Correspondence, Memos, and Reports
     1925-27
     
6   2 Administrative Correspondence, Memos, and Reports
     1928
     
6   3 Administrative Correspondence, Memos, and Reports
     1929-33
     
6   4 Administrative Correspondence, Memos, and Reports
     1939-47
     
6   5 Administrative Correspondence, Memos, and Reports
     1955-72
     
6   6 Advisory Board
     1958-72
     
6   7 Annual Meetings
     1923-52
     
6   8 Annual Reports
     1895, 1925-27, 1945-50
     
6   9 Art Committee
     1930-35
     
7   1 Benefits and Special Events
     1924-26
     
7   2 Benefits and Special Events
     1933-38, 1943-44, 1952
     
7   3 Benefits and Special Events-50th Anniversary
     1938
     
7   4 Benefits and Special Events-50th Anniversary-Chapter Reunions
     1938
     
7   5 Benefits and Special Events-75th Anniversary
     1963
     
7   6 Benefits and Special Events-75th Anniversary-Sponsoring Committee
     1963
     
7   7 Benefits and Special Events-Sidonie Gruenberg-Birthday and Memorial
     1971-74
     
7   8 Board of Directors-Minutes and Membership Lists
     1950-72
     
7   9 By-Laws
     1940, 1971
     
7   10 Certificates of Incorporation and Dissolution
     1924, 1938, 1972
     
7   11 Chapter #38-Minutes
     1923-28
     
8   1 Children's Book Committee
     1962-72
     
8   2 Conferences and Meetings: Miscellaneous
     1924-25
     
8   3 Conferences and Meetings: Conference on Parental Education
     1925
     
8   4 Conferences and Meetings: Seminar Conferences
     1925
     
8   5 Conferences and Meetings: Concerning Parents
     1926
     
8   6 Conferences and Meetings: National Council of Parental Education
     1926-27
     
8   7 Conferences and Meetings: Institute on Parental Education
     1927
     
8   8 Conferences and Meetings: Miscellaneous
     1927-29
     
8   9 Conferences and Meetings: Miscellaneous
     1930
     
9   1  Conferences and Meetings: Miscellaneous
     1931
     
9   2 Conferences and Meetings: Religion Series
     1931-32
     
9   3 Conferences and Meetings: Miscellaneous
     1932-34
     
9   4 Conferences and Meetings: Marriage and Family Social Relations
     1934
     
9   5 Conferences and Meetings: Miscellaneous
     1935-37
     
9   6 Conferences and Meetings: A Half Century of Child Study
     1938
     
9   7 Conferences and Meetings: Miscellaneous
     1938-49
     
9   8 Conferences and Meetings: Psychiatry: Its Contribution to Family Living
     1947
     
9   9 Conferences and Meetings: National Conference on Family Life
     1947-48
     
10   1 Conferences and Meetings: Miscellaneous
     1950-53
     
10   2 Conferences and Meetings: Miscellaneous
     1962-69
     
10   3 Financial Reports
     1958, 1969-72
     
10   4 Goals and Purposes Questionnaire
     1950
     
10   5 Sidonie Gruenberg Correspondence (A-D)
     1947-49
     
10   6 Sidonie Gruenberg Correspondence (E-M)
     1939, 1947
     
10   7 Histories
     1928-67
     
10   8 Inventory of the Papers of Child Study Associationn of America Deposited in the Social Welfare History Archives of the University of Minnesota
     1974-75
     
10   9 Local Chapters
     1931-32, 1948, [nd]
     
10   10 National Council of Parental Education
     1928-49
     
11   1 Personnel Practices
     1965-71
     
11   2 Press Releases
     1930-68
     
11   3 Programs: Family Life Education
     1968-73
     
11   4 Programs: Head Start
     1967-72
     
11   5 Programs: Head Start-Curriculum for Parent Participation
     1967
     
11   6 Programs: Montefiore-Morrisania Comprehensive Child Care Center
     1969-72
     
11   7 Programs: Netherlands
     1968-73
     
11   8 Programs: Nurse Training
     1963-68
     
12   1 Programs: Parent Discussion Group
     1959-71
     
12   2 Programs: Parent Education Groups
     ca. 1971
     
12   3 Programs: Peace Corps
     1967-68
     
12   4 Programs: Project Enable
     1967
     
12   5 Programs: Seminar Program for Public Health Educators
     1969
     
12   6 Promotional Materials
     1909-13, 1926-31
     
12   7 Promotional Materials
     1932-39
     
12   8 Promotional Materials
     1940-49
     
13   1 Promotional Materials
     1950-59
     
13   2 Promotional Materials
     1963-72
     
13   3 Publications: Miscellaneous
     1914, 1923-25
     
13   4 Publications: Program
     1918, 1923-26
     
13   5 Publications: Program
     1926-31
     
13   6 Publications: Miscellaneous
     1926-27
     
13   7 Publications: Miscellaneous
     1928
     
14   1 Publications: Miscellaneous
     1929
     
14   2 Publications: Miscellaneous
     1930
     
14   3 Publications: Miscellaneous
     1931
     
14   4 Publications: Miscellaneous
     1932-35
     
14   5 Publications: Program
     1934-53
     
14   6 Publications: Miscellaneous
     1936-37
     
15   1 Publications: Miscellaneous
     1938
     
15   2 Publications: Miscellaneous
     1939
     
15   3 Publications: Miscellaneous
     1940-42
     
15   4 Publications: Miscellaneous
     1943-44
     
15   5 Publications: Miscellaneous
     1945-49
     
15   6 Publications: "Parents' Questions,"
     1946-47
     
15   7 Publications: Miscellaneous
     1950-59
     
16   1 Publications: Mote Pamphlet
     1954
     
16   2 Publications: Newsletter
     1961-70
     
16   3 Publications: Miscellaneous
     1965-70
     
16   4 Publications: "Child Study Association-Past, Present and Future,"
     1968-69
     
16   5 Publications: "Analysis of the Publications Department of the Child Study Association,"
     1970
     
16   6 R.H. Macy Company Toy Department
     1927-28
     
16   7 Radio Talks
     1927-44
     
16   8 Radio Talks
     [nd] (ca. 1930)
     
16   9 Report-"Theories and Concepts in the Practice of Parent Counseling,"
     1965
     
16   10 Reports-Miscellaneous
     1967-71
     
17   1 Requests for Information
     1954
     
17   2 Schools Committee
     1925-34
     
17   3 Schools Committee
     1935-38
     
17   4 Schools Committee-Reports
     1934-37
     
110  Scrapbooks: Promotional Materials
     1895-1925
     
110  Scrapbooks: Sidonie Gruenberg Publications
     1924-31
     
111  Scrapbooks: Press Clippings
     1929-32
     
Flat Box 297  Scrapbooks: Press Clippings
     1938-50
     
Flat Box 297  Scrapbooks: Press Clippings
     1950-55
     
17   5 Study Group Council-Minutes
     1926-27
     
17   6 Training Course
     1924
     
17   7 Training Courses
     1928-39
     
17   8 Training Courses
     1943-45
     
18   1 Wel-Met Merger-Correspondence
     1972-73
     
18   2 Wel-Met Merger-Staff
     1971-72
     
18   3 Westport-Weston Mental Health Association
     1957-60
     

   --Friendly Aid Society

19   1 Annual Reports
     1898-99
     
19   2 Annual Report
     1899
     
19   3 Annual Reports
     1900-01
     
19   4 Annual Reports
     1902-03
     
19   5 Annual Reports
     1904-05
     
19   6 Annual Reports
     1906, 1908
     
19   7 Annual Reports
     1911, 1917
     
20   1 Annual Reports
     1918-19
     
20   2 Annual Reports
     1920-21
     
20   3 Annual Reports
     1922-23
     
20   4 Annual Reports
     1925-27
     
20   5 Annual Reports
     1928-30
     
20   6 Board of Directors Correspondence
     1919-30
     
20   7 Board of Directors Minutes and Reports
     1919-30
     
20   8 "Bulletin,"
     1900
     
20   9 Certificate of Extension of Purposes
     1924
     
21   1 Certificate of Incorporation
     1923
     
21   2 Constitution and By-Laws
     [nd], 1923
     
21   3 Kindergarten Committee Minutes
     1894-1902
     
21   4 Kindergarten Committee Minutes
     1902-12
     
21   5 Real Estate
     1893-1930
     

   --Goddard Neighborhood Center

22   1 Annual Reports
     1935-40
     
22   2 Annual Reports
     1941-48
     
22   3 Board of Directors-Correspondence
     1951-59
     
22   4 Board of Directors-Minutes
     1949-53
     
22   5 Board of Directors-Minutes
     1955-56
     
22   6 Board of Directors-Minutes
     1957-59
     
22   7 Brochures
     1934-58
     
22   8 Budgets and Financial Statements
     1937-59
     
22   9 By-Laws
     1948-55
     
22   10 Consolidation with Riverside Community House
     1959
     
22   11 Foster Parents Plan
     1954-56
     
23   1 Foster Parents Plan
     1957-59
     
23   2 Fund Raising: Correspondence and Reports
     1934, 1947-58
     
23   3 Fund Raising: Lists
     1951-58
     
23   4 Fund Raising: Lists
     [nd]
     
23   5 Fund Raising: Lyric Theater Benefit
     1956-58
     
23   6 Fund Raising: Movie Benefit
     1952
     
23   7 "Goddard Neighborhood Fact Book,"
     1950
     
23   8 "Goddard Neighborhood Center: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow,"
     1948
     
23   9 Program Reports
     1948-c.1955
     
23   10 Real Estate
     1955
     
23   11 Social Work Students
     1956-59
     
23   12 Thrift Shop
     1946-56
     
23   13 United Neighborhood Houses
     1936-58
     

   --Wel-Met Incorporated

24   1 Administration: Building-Correspondence
     1968-72
     
24   2 Administration: Building-Financial Agreements
     1966, 1972
     
24   3 Administration: By-Laws
     1956-72
     
24   4 Administration: Certificate of Change of Name
     1972-73
     
24   5 Administration: Community Council of Greater New York
     1965-72
     
24   6 Administration: Financial Statements
     1963-66
     
24   7 Administration: Financial Statements
     1968-72
     
24   8 Administration: Greater New York Fund
     1965-72
     
24   9 Administration: History
     1965
     
24   10 Administration: Metropolitan Jewish Centers Camp Association
     1944-66
     
24   11 Administration: New York State Board of Social Welfare
     1964-72
     
25   1 Administration: Personnel
     1960-72
     
25   2 Board of Directors: Committees-Ad Hoc
     1965-69
     
25   3 Board of Directors: Committees-Executive
     1967-71
     
25   4 Board of Directors: Committees-Finance
     1968-69
     
25   5 Board of Directors: Committees-Lists
     1965-72
     
25   6 Board of Directors: Committees-Miscellaneous
     1961-69
     
25   7 Board of Directors: Committees-Program
     1961-62
     
25   8 Board of Directors: Committee Structure
     1970-72
     
25  Board of Directors: Minutes
     1943-47
     
Note: Bound Volume including supplemental reports and correspondence
25  Board of Directors: Minutes
     1948-51
     
Note: Bound Volume including supplemental reports and correspondence
26  Board of Directors: Minutes
     1952-56
     
Note: Bound Volume including supplemental reports and correspondence
26  Board of Directors: Minutes
     1957-60
     
Note: Bound Volume including supplemental reports and correspondence
27  Board of Directors: Minutes
     1960-62
     
Note: Bound Volume including supplemental reports and correspondence
27  Board of Directors: Minutes
     1963-64
     
Note: Bound Volume including supplemental reports and correspondence
28   1 Board of Directors: Minutes
      1961, 1966, 1968
     
28   2 Board of Directors: Minutes
     1972-73
     
28   3 Board of Directors: Rosters
     1969-70
     
28   4 Camp: Advertisements
     [nd]
     
28   5 Camp: Conference Center
     1970-73
     
28   6 Camp: Counsellor Training Program
     1972
     
28   7 Camp: Narrowsburg
     1972, 1977
     
28   8 Camp: Promotional Material
     1962, 1971
     
28   9 Camp: Reports
     1956-72, 1977
     
29   1 Camp: Scholarship Fund
     1967-73
     
29   2 Camp: Silver Lake
     1948-72
     
29   3 Camp: Vacation for the Aging
     1965-72
     
29   4 Camp: Valeria Home
     1968
     
Oversize Roll 1  Real Estate
     1929-83
     

   --Riverside Community House

30   1 Anniversaries
     1947, 1952
     
30   2 Annual Meetings
     1947-54
     
30   3 Annual Meeting
     1958
     
30   4 Annual Reports
     1939-57
     
30   5 Benefits
     1952-54
     
30   6 Board of Directors: Advisory Board
     1939-45
     
30   7 Board of Directors: Committees-Executive
     1951-58
     
30   8 Board of Directors: Committees-Miscellaneous
     1941-58
     
30   9 Board of Directors: "Data for Board of Directors,"
     ca. 1940s
     
30   10 Board of Directors: Minutes
     1940-43
     
30   11 Board of Directors: Minutes
     1944-45, 1947-49
     
30   12 Board of Directors: Minutes
     1950-53
     
30   13 Board of Directors: Minutes
     1954-56
     
30   14 Board of Directors: Minutes
     1958
     
31   1 Board of Directors: President's Records
     1945-58
     
31   2 Board of Directors: Resignations
     1940-52
     
31   3 Board of Directors: Rosters
     1940-51, 1958
     
31   4 Board of Directors: Secretary's Reports
     1939-47
     
31   5 Brochures
     1945-50s
     
31   6 Certificate of Change of Name
     1939
     
31   7 Certificate of Change of Purposes
     1952
     
31   8 Certificate of Extension of Existence
     1939
     
31   9 Certificate of Incorporation
     1939
     
31   10 Certificate in Increase in Number of Directors
     1939
     
31   11 Certificate of Report of Existence
     1951
     
31   12 Charter
     1944
     
31   13 Constitution and By-Laws
     1940-58
     
31   14 Ethical Culture Play School
     1948-50
     
31   15 Executive Director Correspondence
     1948-58
     
31   16 Executive Director Report
     1945
     
31   17 Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies
     1947-49
     
31   18 Financial Records: Audit Reports
     1942-58
     
31   19 Financial Records: Financial Statements
     1939-41
     
31   20 Financial Records: Financial Statements
     1942-43
     
32   1 Flyers
     1945-53
     
32   2 Fundraising
     1950-54
     
32   3 Greater New York Fund
     1938-47
     
32   4 Greater New York Fund
     1948-50
     
32   5 Greater New York Fund
     1951-53
     
32   6 History
     ca. 1950s
     
32   7 Miscellaneous Records
     1940-57
     
32   8 National Federation of Settlements
     1947
     
32   9 Neighborhood Bazaar Committee
     1954
     
32   10 News Clippings
     1942, 1953
     
32   11 Newsletters
     1946-53
     
32   12 Press Releases
     1941-54
     
32   13 Programs: Camp Reports
     1940, 1951
     
32   14 Programs: Director's Reports
     1950-59
     
32   15 Programs: Family Case File
     1943
     
32   16 Programs: Group Leader Reports
     1953, 1959
     
32   17 Programs: Junior Groups
     [nd]
     
33   1 Programs: Miscellaneous
     1949-54
     
33   2 Programs: Personal Service Worker Reports
     1945-47, 1958-59
     
33   3 Programs: Quarterly Report
     1959
     
33   4 Programs: Riverside Boys
     1958
     
33   5 Programs: Schedules
     1939, 1954
     
33   6 Programs: Sixty Plus Group
     1954, 1957-58
     
33   7 Programs: Statistical Reports
     1939-40
     
33   8 Programs: Summer Program
     1949-51
     
33   9 Real Estate-West 63rd Street
      1942
     
33   10 Real Estate-West 69th Street
     1948
     
33   11 Real Estate-West 87th Street
     1959
     
33   12 Report-"An Opportunity to Develop Good Citizens,"
     ca. 1950s
     
33   13 Report-"The House on 69th Street,"
     ca. 1940s
     
33   14 Society for Christian Work
     1939-42
     
33   15 Staff
     1943-47
     
33   16 Turrell Fund
     1943-47
     
33   17 Wilson School Consolidation
     1947-54
     

   --Child Study Association of America/Wel-Met Inc.

34   1 Administration: Adult Book Committee
     1973-77
     
34   2 Administration: Annual Meetings
     1972-74, 1977, 1980
     
34   3 Administration: Association of Jewish Sponsored Camps
     1975
     
34   4 Administration: Bequests
     1975
     
34   5 Administration: Brochures
     1970s
     
34   6 Administration: Building--Correspondence
     1975-77
     
34   7 Administration: Building--East 89th Street
     1972
     
34   8 Administration: By-Laws
     1972-83
     
34   9 Administration: Certificate of Incorporation
     1973-83
     
34   10 Administration: Certificate of Change of Purpose and Name
     1973
     
35   1 Administration: Child Study Press
     1972-74
     
35   2 Administration: Child Study Press
     1975-78
     
35   3 Administration: Childrens Book Committee
     1972-85
     
35   4 Administration: Community Council of Greater New York
     1973-76
     
35   5 Administration: Conferences-Today's Family
     1976
     
35   6 Administration: Conferences--Today's Family-Correspondencee
     1975-77
     
35   7 Administration: Conferences--Today's Family-Planning Committee
     1976-77
     
35   8 Administration: Conferences--Today's Family-Workshops
     1976
     
Note: See also Box 97
36   1 Administration: Conferences--You, Your Child and Art
     1974
     
36   2 Administration: Financial Statements.
     1974-83
     
36   3 Administration: Fundraising
     1972-77
     
36   4 Administration: Greater New York Fund
     1973-74
     
36   5 Administration: Greater New York Fund
     1975-77
     
36   6 Administration: Histories
     [nd]
     
36   7 Administration: Iavarone Mortgage
     1979-82
     
36   8 Administration: Lawsuit
     1980
     
36   9 Administration: Library
     1972-75
     
36   10 Administration: Merger
     1982-85
     
37   1 Administration: Nearly New Thrift Shop
     1971-77
     
37   2 Administration: New York State Board of Social Welfare
     1974-83
     
37   3 Administration: Newsletters
     1972-73
     
37   4 Administration: Organization Chart
     [nd]
     
37   5 Administration: Personnel
     1973-80
     
37   6 Administration: Proposal for the Assumption of Assets and Liabilities
     1977
     
37   7 Administration: Social Work Students--Sherman
     1975-76
     
37   8 Administration: Social Work Students--Smith
     1977
     
37   9 Board of Directors: Committees-Art Benefit
     1973-75
     
37   10 Board of Directors: Committees-Bazaar
     1975
     
37   11 Board of Directors: Committees-Executive
     1973-78
     
37   12 Board of Directors: Committees-Finance
     1973-74
     
37   13 Board of Directors: Committees-Lists
     1972-74
     
37   14 Board of Directors: Committees-Long Range Planning
     1974
     
38   1 Board of Directors: Committees-Miscellaneous
     1973-75
     
38   2 Board of Directors: Committees-Nominating
     1974-75
     
38   3 Board of Directors: Committees-Public Policy
     1973
     
38   4 Board of Directors: Committees-Search
     1972-75
     
38   5 Board of Directors: Committees-Theater Benefit
     1974-75
     
38   6 Board of Directors: Committees-Winter Festival Planning
     1973-74
     
38   7 Board of Directors: Correspondence
     1972-76, 1982-85
     
38   8 Board of Directors: Fund
     1973-75
     
38   9 Board of Directors: Loans
     1976-77
     
38   10 Boards of Directors--Members-Formerly CSAA: A-B
     1941-1976
     
38   11 Boards of Directors--Members-Formerly CSAA: C-D
     1957-77
     
38   12 Boards of Directors--Members-Formerly CSAA: F-J
     1961-77
     
38   13 Boards of Directors--Members-Formerly CSAA: Karelsen
     1940-60
     
38   14 Boards of Directors--Members-Formerly CSAA: Karelsen
     1961-76
     
39   1 Members-Formerly CSAA: L-R
     1954-76
     
39   2 Lazarus
     1959-75
     
39   3 S-T
     1966-76
     
39   4 Straus
     1947-77
     
39   5 W-Z
     1952-76
     
39   6 Whitehill
     1943-77
     
39   7 Members: B
     1965-77
     
39   8 C-D
     1965-75
     
39   9 Eichel
     1937; 1965-77
     
40   1 G-H
     1967-76
     
40   2 Gardner
     1965-76
     
40   3 L-M
     1965-76
     
40   4 Lebenson
     1965-74
     
40   5 Portnoy
     1965-76
     
40   6 Prager
     1965-74
     
40   7 Reitman
     1965-74
     
40   8 Rose
     1965-72
     
40   9 S-W
     1965-76
     
40   10 Siegel
     1965-77
     
40   11 Siff
     1967-77
     
41   1 Solender
     1965-72
     
41   2 : Stein, Howard
     1965-77
     
41   3 : Stein, Zachary
     1963-74
     
41   4 Minutes
     1973-75
     
41   5 Minutes
     1976-78
     
41   6 Minutes
     1983-85
     
41   7 Rosters
     1973-77
     
41   8 Camp: Barryville
     1975-85
     
41   9 Beaver Brook
     1979-82
     
42   1 Conference Center
     1975-76
     
42   2 Camp Management Project
     1974-77
     
42   3 Narrowsburg
     1977-80
     
42   4 Program Suggestions
     1973
     
42   5 Property Correspondence
     1975-84
     
42   6 Registration Correspondence
     1976
     
42   7 Reports
     1973-75
     
42   8 Silver Lake
     1973-83
     
42   9 Special Trips
     1973-75
     
42   10 Staff Handbook
     [nd]
     
42   11 Statistical Reports
     1969-76
     
42   12 Summer Food Service Program
     1976-77
     
42   13 Timber Harvesting Program
     1977-83
     
42   14 Vacations for the Aging
     1973-75
     
42   15 Whitman Property
     1974-76
     
42   16 Winter Camping
     1975-77
     

SERIES II - Administration

43   1 Anniversary-75th
     1964
     
43   2 Annual Meetings
     1960-69
     
43   3 Annual Meetings
     1970-79
     
43   4 Annual Meetings
     1980; 1982-91
     
43   5 Annual Reports
     1959-60; 1962-80
     
43   6 Benefits
     1962-69; 1979; 1985
     
43   7 Brochures and Promotional Materials
     1961-80s
     
43   8 Budgets
     1960-69
     
44   1 Budgets
     1970-80
     
44   2 Budgets
     1981-83
     
44   3 Budgets
     1986-90
     
44   4 Budgets
     1990-91
     
44   5 Budgets
     1991-92
     
44   6 By-Laws
     1969; 1979
     
44   7 Capital Expenditures
     1973-75
     
44   8 Children's Health Service
     1983
     
44   9 Corporate Certificates
     1959-74
     
44   10 Correspondence
     1959-60
     
44   11 Correspondence
     1961-64
     
44   12 Correspondence
     1981
     
45   1 Correspondence
     1982
     
45   2 Correspondence
     1983
     
45   3 Correspondence
     1984
     
45   4 Correspondence
     1985
     
45   5 Five Year Plan
     1979-80
     
45   6 Fundraising: Abrons Foundation
     1983-91
     
45   7 Fundraising: Astor Foundation
     1974-90
     
45   8 Fundraising: Badgeley Residuary Charitable Trust
     1984-91
     
45   9 Fundraising: Barker Welfare Foundation
     1983-91
     
45   10 Fundraising: Barth Foundation
     1980-91
     
45   11 Fundraising: Bodman Foundation
     1982-91
     
46   1 Fundraising: Booth Ferris Foundation
     1980-91
     
46   2 Fundraising: Calder Foundation
     1971-91
     
46   3 Fundraising: Chatlos Foundation
     1980-91
     
46   4 Fundraising: Clark Foundation
     1980-91
     
46   5 Fundraising: Community Service Society
     1983-88
     
46   6 Fundraising: Consolidated Edison
     1986-91
     
46   7 Fundraising: Contributions
     1977-86
     
46   8 Fundraising: Cummings Memorial Fund
     1988-91
     
46   9 Fundraising: Diamond Foundation
     1986-91
     
46   10 Fundraising: Dodge Foundation
     1974-88
     
46   11 Fundraising: Dreyfus Foundation
     1988-91
     
47   1 Fundraising: Duke Biddle Foundation
     1980-91
     
47   2 Fundraising: Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies
     1960-65
     
47   3 Fundraising: Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies
     1983-91
     
47   4 Fundraising: Frueauff Foundation
     1981-91
     
47   5 Fundraising: Gateposts Foundation
     1983-88
     
47   6 Fundraising: Goldman Foundation
     1982-88
     
47   7 Fundraising: Grant Foundation
     1980-91
     
47   8 Fundraising: Greater New York Fund
     1962-64
     
48   1 Fundraising: Greater New York Fund
     1970-72
     
48   2 Fundraising: Greater New York Fund
     1973-74
     
48   3  Fundraising: Greater New York Fund
     1976-78
     
48   4 Fundraising: Greater New York Fund
     1979-81
     
48   5 Fundraising: Greater New York Fund
     1982-85
     
48   6 Fundraising: Greater New York Fund
     1986-87
     
48   7 Fundraising: Greater New York Fund
     1988-91
     
48   8 Fundraising: Greater New York Fund--Management Grant
     1975-79
     
49   1 Fundraising: Greenwall Foundation
     1988-91
     
49   2 Fundraising: Havens Fund
     1977-85
     
49   3 Fundraising: Hazen Foundation
     1985-86
     
49   4 Fundraising: Hearst Foundation
     1979-91
     
49   5 Fundraising: J.M. Foundation
     1980-88
     
49   6 Fundraising: Kunstadter Family Foundations
     1983-86
     
49   7 Fundraising: Lavanburg Corner House
     1980-91
     
49   8 Fundraising: Lincoln Fund
     1983-91
     
49   9 Fundraising: Miscellaneous Foundations (A-B)
     1963-91
     
50   1 Fundraising: Miscellaneous Foundations (C-E)
     1971-91
     
50   2 Fundraising: Miscellaneous Foundations (F-I)
     1974-91
     
50   3 Fundraising: Miscellaneous Foundations (J-M)
     1978-91
     
50   4 Fundraising: Miscellaneous Foundations (N-P)
     1968-91
     
51   1 Fundraising: Miscellaneous Foundations (R-S)
     1974-91
     
51   2 Fundraising: Miscellaneous Foundations (T-W)
     1980-91
     
51   3 Fundraising: Morgan Guaranty Trust Company
     1983-91
     
51   4 Fundraising: National Endowment for the Arts
     1974-80
     
51   5 Fundraising: New York Community Trust
     1968-91
     
52   1 Fundraising: New York Foundation
     1983-89
     
52   2 Fundraising: New York State Council on the Arts
     1973-78
     
52   3 Fundraising: Noble Foundation
     1985-91
     
52   4 Fundraising: John O'Donnell Company
     1976-82
     
52   5 Fundraising: Pinkerton Foundation
     1981-91
     
52   6 Fundraising: Public Appeals
     1974-75; 1983-94
     
53   1 Fundraising: Reynolds Babcock Foundation
     1985-87
     
53   2 Fundraising: Rubinstein Foundation
     1983-91
     
53   3 Fundraising: Shakin Associates
     82-83
     
53   4 Fundraising: Shakin Associates
     1984-85
     
53   5 Fundraising: Shakin Associates
     1986-87
     
53   6 Fundraising: Shakin Associates
     1988-89
     
53   7 Fundraising: Shakin Associates
     1990-91
     
53   8 Fundraising: Silverman Charitable Trust
     1983-91
     
53   9 Fundraising: Surdna Foundation
     1974-91
     
53   10 Fundraising: Sweepstakes
     1981
     
54   1 Fundraising: Teagle Foundation
     1980-91
     
54   2 Fundraising: Tuttle Fund
     1981-91
     
54   3 Fundraising: Ulrick and Bay Foundation
     1981-87
     
54   4 Fundraising: Uris Brothers Foundation
     1984-91
     
54   5 Fundraising: Wallace Fund
     1982-91
     
54   6 Goddard-Riverside Housing Corporation
     1960-82
     
54   7 Goddard-Riverside Housing Corporation-Closing
     1965
     
55   1 Goddard Towers Co-op
     1962-63
     
55   2 Goddard Towers Co-op
     1964-69
     
55   3 Greater New York Fund/Demographics Survey
     1980
     
55   4 History
     ca. 1980
     
106   1 Holiday Baskets
     1966-77
     
Note: ***RESTRICTED***
55   5 Insurance
     1976-80
     
55   6 Legacies
     1961; 1966-79
     
55   7 Manual
     1968
     
55   8 Merger-Goddard Neighborhood Center
     1959
     
56   1 Merger-Pioneer Youth Camp
     1960
     
56   2 Merger-CSAA/Wel-Met
     1985
     
56   3 New York City Housing Authority
     1960s-80s
     
56   4 Newsletter Committee
     1972-75
     
56   5 Newsletters
     1961-94
     
56   6 Newspaper Clippings
     1959; 1977-89
     
56   7 Organization Charts
     1962-80
     
56   8 Personnel Practices
     1962-88
     
56   9 Phelps House Dedication
     1983
     
56   10 Real Estate--599 First Avenue
     1959
     
56   11 Real Estate--West 87th Street
     1959-74
     
56   12 Settlement House Centennial
     1986
     
56   13 Settlement House Core Management Project
     1980-81
     
57   1 Site #30
     1972-85
     
57   2 Staff
     1962-80s
     
57   3 Staff Meetings
     1963; 1974-77
     
57   4 Volunteers
     1963; 1967-68
     

SERIES III - Board of Directors

58   1 Advisory Board
     1961
     
58   2 Biographical Data
     1973-77
     
58   3 Committees: Ad-Hoc
     1972-73
     
58   4 Committees: AIDS Project
     1986
     
58   5 Committees: Art Show
     1965-76; 1983
     
58   6 Committees: Bazaar
     1981
     
58   7 Committees: Boutique
     1970-71
     
58   8 Committees: Building
     1983
     
58   9 Committees: Camp
     1960-87
     
58   10 Committees: Children and Families
     1986-87
     
58   11 Committees: Creative Arts
     1965-76
     
58   12 Committees: Day Care
     1966-73
     
58   13 Committees: Executive
     1960-73
     
58   14 Committees: Executive
     1974-79
     
59   1 Committees: Executive
     1980-90
     
59   2 Committees: Finance
     1961-90
     
59   3 Committees: Foundation
     1966-71
     
59   4 Committees: Gaities
     1972-74; 1977
     
59   5 Committees: Group Work
     1966
     
59   6 Committees: Housing
     1982-90
     
59   7 Committees: Investment
     1964-70
     
59   8 Committees: Lists and Charts
     1959-83
     
59   9 Committees: Long Range Planning
     1959-69
     
59   10 Committees: Nominating
     1964-74
     
60   1 Committees: Nominating
     1975-90
     
60   2 Committees: Personnel
     1965-73; 1989
     
60   3 Committees: Program
     1961-76
     
60   4 Committees: Public Support/Relations
     1959-76
     
60   5 Committees: Search
     February-March 1972
     
60   6 Committees: Search
     April-June 1972
     
60   7 Committees: Service Council
     1967
     
60   8 Committees: Structures
     1968
     
60   9 Committees: Tennis Benefit
     1975-86
     
60   10 Committees: Thrift Shops-Chairman
     1969-72
     
60   11 Committees: Thrift Shops-Correspondence
     1965-77
     
61   1 Committees: Thrift Shops-Financial Reports
     1959-79
     
61   2 Committees: Thrift Shops-Membership Lists
     1970-71
     
61   3 Committees: Thrift Shops-Minutes
     1962-71; 1974
     
61   4 Committees: Thrift Shops-Miscellaneous
     1970-72
     
61   5 Committees: Thrift Shops-Procedures
     1965-70
     
61   6 Committees: Thrift Shops-Reports
     1965-70
     
61   7 Committees: Thrift Shops-Volunteer Lists
     1969-72
     
61   8 Committees: Thrift Shops-647 Thrift Shop-Correspondence
     1968-73
     
61   9 Committees: Thrift Shops-647 Thrift Shop-Minutes
     1968-74
     
61   10 Committees: Thrift Shops-647 Thrift Shop-Volunteers
     1969-72
     
61   11 Committees: Thrift Shops-Everybody's Thrift Shop-Correspondence
     1969-74
     
61   12 Committees: Thrift Shops-Everybody's Thrift Shop-Directors
     1969-79
     
61   13 Committees: Thrift Shops-Everybody's Thrift Shop-History
     1971
     
61   14 Committees: Thrift Shops-Everybody's Thrift Shop-Minutes
     1969-79
     
61   15 Committees: Thrift Shops-Everybody's Thrift Shop-Volunteers
     1970-72
     
61   16 Committees: Thrift Shops-Four Charities Thrift Shop
     1980-84
     
62   1 Committees: Volunteer Development
     1966-71
     
62   2 Contributions
     1978-82
     
62   3 Correspondence
     1959-86
     
62   4 Manual
     1963
     
62   5 Minutes (Joint)
     1958-59
     
62   6 Minutes
     1959-61
     
62   7 Minutes
     1962-63
     
62   8 Minutes
     1964-65
     
62   9 Minutes
     1966-67
     
62   10 Minutes
     1968-69
     
63   1 Minutes
     1970-71
     
63   2 Minutes
     1972-73
     
63   3 Minutes
     1974-75
     
63   4 Minutes
     1976-77
     
63   5 Minutes
     1978-79
     
63   6 Minutes
     1980,82
     
63   7 Minutes
     1983-84
     
63   8 Minutes
     1985-86
     
64   1 Minutes
     1987-88
     
64   2 Minutes
     1989-90
     
64   3 Minutes
     1991
     
64   4 Rosters
     1959-74
     
64   5 Rosters
     1975-91
     

SERIES IV - Executive Director Files, 1960-1994

   --Tom Wolfe

65   1 Addiction Task Force
     1970-72
     
65   2 Board of Education
     1959-63
     
65   3 College and Career Consultants
     1966-71
     
65   4 Community Council of Greater New York
     1960-71
     
65   5 Community Meetings
     1966-68
     
65   6 Community School Board
     1971-72
     
65   7 Correspondence
     1965-71
     
65   8 Ethical Culture Society
     1959-69
     
65   9 Goddard-Riverside Approach to Systematic Planning (GRASP)
     1969-70
     
65   10 Haven Relief Fund
     1964
     
65   11 Head Start
     1965
     
65   12 Head Start
     1966
     
66   1 Head Start
     1967
     
66   2 "Hercules" Proposal
     [nd]
     
66   3 Hudson Neighborhood Conservation Project
     1962-66
     
66   4 Hudson Neighborhood Conservation Project
     1967-70
     
66   5 Insurance Case
     1956-62
     
66   6 Legislation
     1967-71
     
66   7 Mental Health Committee
     1966-67
     
66   8 Mid-West Side Community Corporation
     1966-67
     
66   9 National Federation of Settlements
     1964; 1971-72
     
66   10 Neighborhood Councils
     1961-68
     
66   11 Neighborhood Health Council
     1967
     
66   12 Neighborhood Health Council
     1968
     
67   1 Neighborhood Health Council
     Jan-June 1969
     
67   2 Neighborhood Health Council
     July-Dec 1969
     
67   3 Phoenix Project-Correspondence
     1963-65
     
67   4 Phoenix Project-Memos
     1963-64
     
67   5 Phoenix Project-Memos
     1965
     
67   6 Phoenix Project-Miscellaneous
     1962-65
     
67   7 Phoenix Project-Proposals
     1962-65
     
67   8 Phoenix Project-Staff
     1963-65
     
67   9 Planetarium Neighborhood Council
     1962-66
     
68   1 Police Programs-Community Action Project
     1964-66
     
68   2 Police Programs-Funding
     1965-69
     
68   3 Police Programs-Miscellaneous
     1966-69
     
68   4 Police Programs-"Operation Friend,"
     1964-66
     
68   5 Police Programs-"Operation Friend,"
     1967-72
     
68   6  Police Programs-Police Study Group
     1965-66
     
68   7 Police Programs-Puerto Rico Visit
     1965; 1967
     
68   8 Program Reports
     1963-68
     
68   9 Proposal-"Neighborhood Aid to Elderly Relocatees,"
     1967
     
68   10 Sixty Plus Club
     1964-70
     
68   11 Strykers Bay Neighborhood Council
     1959-65
     
69   1 Strykers Bay Neighborhood Council
     1966-67
     
69   2 Strykers Bay neighborhood Council
     1968-71
     
69   3 United Neighborhood Houses
     1962-70
     
69   4 United Neighborhood Houses
     1971
     
69   5 West Side Planning Around Youth Services
     1964-65
     

   --Bernie Wohl

70   1 Biographical Information
     1972-89
     
70   2 Camp
     1973-78
     
70   3 Camp Management Project
     1975-77
     
70   4 Columbia University School of Social Work
     1978-79
     
70   5 Committee for the Heights Inwood Homeless
     1983-84
     
70   6 Committee for the Heights Inwood Homeless-Proposal
     1983
     
70   7 Community Board #7
     1976-82; 1986-90
     
70   8 Community Council of Greater New York
     1973-74
     
70   9 Community School Board
     1973-78
     
70   10 Correspondence
     1972-90
     
70   11 Dromenon Theater
     1979-80
     
70   12 Homeless Video
     1982-83
     
71   1 Hotel Preservation Corporation
     1980-81
     
71   2 Hotel Preservation Corporation
     1982
     
71   3 Hotel Preservation Corporation
     1983
     
71   4 Hotel Preservation Corporation
     1984-85
     
71   5 Interface
     1980-82
     
71   6 Interface
     1983
     
71   7 Interface-Enterprise Committee
     1982-83
     
71   8 Interface-Training Manual
     1982
     
72   1 Legislation
     1972-75
     
72   2 National Federation of Settlements
     1972-74
     
72   3 National Federation of Settlements
     1975-77
     
72   4 Neighborhood Committees
     1973-85
     
72   5 New York State Association of Settlement Houses and Neighborhood Centers
     1974
     
72   6 New York State Association of Settlement Houses and Neighborhood Centers
     1975-76
     
72   7 New York State Association of Settlement Houses and Neighborhood Centers
     1977
     
72   8 New York State Association of Settlement Houses and Neighborhood Centers
     1983-85
     
72   9 Papers and Speeches
     1969-88
     
73   1 South Side Settlement: Administration
     1962-68
     
73   2 South Side Settlement: Administration
     1970-72
     
73   3 South Side Settlement: Camp
     1971-72; [n.d.]
     
73   4 South Side Settlement: Netherlands Film Project
     1972
     
73   5 South Side Settlement: United Community Council
     1966-March 1967
     
73   6 South Side Settlement: United Community Council
     May 1967-1969
     
73   7 Strykers Bay Neighborhood Council
     1972-April 1973
     
73   8 Strykers Bay Neighborhood Council
     May-December 1973
     
74   1 Strykers Bay Neighborhood Council
     January-June 1974
     
74   2 Strykers Bay Neighborhood Council
     July-December 1974
     
74   3 Strykers Bay Neighborhood Council
     January-June 1975
     
74   4 Strykers Bay Neighborhood Council
     July-December 1975
     
74   5 Strykers Bay Neighborhood Council
     1976-78
     
74   6 Tenants Association
     1970's-80's
     
74   7 Tenant & Community Management Corporation
     1975-November 1976
     
75   1 Tenant & Community Management Corporation
     December 1976-1977
     
75   2 Union Negotiations
     1982-89
     
75   3 United Community Centers-Juvenile Delinquency Project: Report #1 Part 1
     1965
     
75   4 United Community Centers-Juvenile Delinquency Project: Report #1 Part 2
     1965
     
75   5 United Community Centers-Juvenile Delinquency Project: Report #2 Part 1
     1966-67
     
75   6 United Community Centers-Juvenile Delinquency Project: Report #2 Part 2
     1966-67
     
75   7 United Community Centers-Juvenile Delinquency Project: Report #3
     1967
     
76   1 United Community Centers-Juvenile Delinquency Project: Final Report Part 1
     1965-66
     
76   2 United Community Centers-Juvenile Delinquency Project: Final Report Part 2
     1965-66
     
76   3 United Community Centers-Juvenile Delinquency Project: Final Report Part 3
     1965-66
     
76   4 United Community Centers-Juvenile Delinquency Project: Final Report Part 4
     1965-66
     
76   5 United Community Centers-"Laboratory for Change,"
     [nd]
     
76   6 United Neighborhood Houses
     1972
     
76   7 United Neighborhood Houses
     January-June 1973
     
77   1 United Neighborhood Houses
     July-December 1973
     
77   2 United Neighborhood Houses
     1974
     
77   3 United Neighborhood Houses
     1975
     
77   4 United Neighborhood Houses
     1976
     
77   5 United Neighborhood Houses
     1977
     
77   6 United Neighborhood Houses
     1978-79; 1982-83
     
77   7 West 87th Street Block Association
     1976-83
     
77   8 West Side Assessment Center
     March-July 1981
     
78   1 West Side Assessment Center
     August 1981-82
     
78   2 West Side Cluster
     1976-77
     
78   3 West Side Cluster
     1978
     
78   4 West Side Cluster
     1979-83
     
78   5 West Side Cluster
     1984-85
     
78   6 West Side Cluster
     1989-90
     
78   7 West Side Task Force For Youth
     1979-80
     
78   8 West Side Urban Renewal Area
     1975-77
     
78   9 Youth Board-Committees and Conferences
     1978-83
     

SERIES V - Stephen Russo Files

79   1 Association for the Advancement of Social Work with Groups
     1987-89
     
79   2 Camp Wel-Met
     1987-89
     
79   3 Columbia University School of Social Work-Field Work Advisory Committee
     1988-90
     
106   2 Columbia University School of Social Work-Field Work Students
     1984-85
     
Note: ***RESTRICTED***
106   3 Columbia University School of Social Work-Field Work Students
     1986-87
     
Note: ***RESTRICTED***
79   4 Cornell Medical Center
     1983-91
     
79   5 Department of Mental Health
     1989-90
     
79   6 Department of Mental Health
     1990-91
     
79   7 Emergency Food and Shelter Program
     1987-89
     
79   8 Foster Care
     1988-89
     
79   9 General Correspondence
     1983-86
     
79   10 General Correspondence
     1987-90
     
79   11 Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies
     1985-87
     
106   4 Hunter College-Field Work Students
     1989-90
     
Note: ***RESTRICTED***
79   12 Intergenerational Program
     1988
     
79   13 New York Book Fair for the Homeless
     1987
     
80   1 New York Book Fair for the Homeless
     1988-90
     
80   2 New York State and City Funding
     1987-89
     
80   3 Nicaragua Sister City Project
     1987-88
     
80   4 Phelps House
     1984-91
     
80   5 Senate Hotel
     1988-90
     
80   6 Senior Center
     1983-86
     
80   7 United Neighborhood Houses-Housing Committee
     1989-91
     
80   8 West Side Ad Hoc Committee Against Crack
     1986
     
80   9 Youth Programs
     1988-Feb 1989
     
80   10 Youth Programs
     March-September 1989
     

SERIES VI - Programs and Activities

81   1 After School-Youth Board Contracts
     1979-80
     
81   2 After School-Youth Board Contracts
     1980-81
     
81   3 After School-Youth Board Contracts
     1981-82
     
81   4 Annual Activities Presentation
     1971-73
     
81   5 Camp: Administration
     1970-87 & [nd]
     
81   6 Camp: Alumni Lists
     1934-77
     
81   7 Camp: Larry Baker
     1975-76
     
81   8 Camp: Budgets
     1966-84
     
81   9 Camp: Brochures and Schedules
     ca. 1960-85
     
106   5 Camp: Camper Evaluations
     1973-79
     
Note: ***RESTRICTED**
106   6 Camp: Camper Evaluations
     1982-84
     
Note: ***RESTRICTED***
81   10 Camp: Camper Lists
     1969-83
     
81   11 Camp: Camper Publications
     1970-88
     
82   1 Camp: Camper Statistics
     1971-77
     
82   2 Camp: Childrens' Letters and Petitions
     1970-77
     
82   3 Camp: Construction
     1975
     
82   4 Camp: Correspondence
     1959-70
     
82   5 Camp: Correspondence
     1971-72
     
82   6 Camp: Correspondence
     1973-77
     
82   7 Camp: Correspondence
     1978-88
     
82   8 Camp: Hospital Camp Project
     1981
     
82   9 Camp: Older Adults-Plays
     1972-74
     
82   10 Camp: Older Adults-Programs
     1971-78
     
83   1 Camp: Older Adults-Programs
     1979-84
     
83   2 Camp: Peer Group Leadership Program
     1970-75
     
83   3 Camp: Planning and Development
     1961-75
     
83   4 Camp: Reports
     1968-82
     
83   5 Camp: Sixty Plus Camp
     1966-69
     
83   6 Camp: Staff
     1967-80
     
83   7 Camp: Staff Evaluation
     1973-77
     
83   8 Camp: Staff Manuals
     1965-76
     
83   9 Camp: Staff Manuals
     1977-88 & [nd]
     
83   10 Camp: Umbrella Program
     1964-67
     
84   1 Camp: Umbrella Program
     Jan-Jun 1968
     
84   2 Camp: Umbrella Program
     Jul-Dec 1968
     
84   3 Camp: Umbrella Program
     Jan-Aug 1969
     
84   4 Camp: Umbrella Program
     Sept-Dec 1969
     
84   5 Camp: Umbrella Program
     1970-71
     
84   6 Camp: Umbrella Program
     1972
     
84   7 Camp: Umbrella Program
     1973-76
     
85   1 Camp: Umbrella Program
     1978-89
     
85   2 Camp: Woodworking Shop
     1976-77
     
85   3 Camp: Work Projects
     1976-79
     
85   4 Comprehensive Employment Training Act
     1975-79
     
85   5 Creative Arts
     1966-73
     
85   6 Creative Arts
     1974-84
     
85   7 Creative Arts
     1985-89
     
85   8 Day Camp
     1967-77
     
85   9 Day Camp
     1989-90
     
85   10 Day Care
     1964-69; 1983 & [nd]
     
86   1 Environmental Education
     1976-77; 1988-89
     
86   2 Family Service Program: Administration
     1983-88 & [nd]
     
86   3 Family Service Program: Allerton Coalition Team
     1988-89
     
106   7 Family Service Program: Cases 001-009
     1984-85
     
Note: ***RESTRICTED***
106   8 Family Service Program: Cases 010-018
     1984-85
     
Note: ***RESTRICTED***
107   1 Family Service Program: Cases 019-029
     1984-85
     
Note: ***RESTRICTED***
107   2 Family Service Program: Cases 030-041
     1984-85
     
Note: ***RESTRICTED***
86   4 Family Service Program: Coalition for the Homeless
     1985-88
     
86   5 Family Service Program: Council of the City of New York Select Committee on the Homeless
     1986-88
     
86   6 Family Service Program: Emergency Alliance for Homeless Families and Children
     1986-89
     
107   3 Family Service Program: Field Work Students
     1986-89
     
Note: ***RESTRICTED***
86   7 Family Service Program: Interfaith Committee on Homelessness and Housing
     1985-87
     
86   8 Family Service Program: Partnership for the Homeless
     [nd]
     
107   4 Family Service Program: Partnership for the Homeless-Cases
     1985-88
     
Note: ***RESTRICTED***
86   9 Family Service Program: Reports
     1984-87
     
86   10 Family Service Program: Resource Materials
     1983-89
     
107   5 Family Service Program: Youth Worker
     1986
     
Note: ***RESTRICTED***
87   1 Head Start
     1966-69
     
87   2 Head Start
     1970-75
     
87   3 Head Start
     1976-77
     
87   4 Head Start
     1978
     
87   5 Head Start
     1979 & 1989
     
87   6 Miscellaneous Flyers
     1963-1989
     
87   7 Miscellaneous Program Reports
     1960-74 & [nd]
     
87   8 Operation Friend
     1972-75
     
87   9 Options
     1984-88
     
88   1 Options
     1989
     
88   2 Peer Group Leadership in Drug Abuse Prevention
     1973-77
     
88   3 Play School
     1962-64
     
88   4 Program Planning
     1973-75
     
88   5 Program Reports-New York City Housing Authority
     1970-80
     
88   6 Program Statistics
     1962-70
     
88   7 Project Reachout
     1979-83
     
88   8 Project Reachout
     1985-91
     
88   9 Project Reachout-Contracts
     1979-80
     
89   1 Project Reachout-Contracts
     1981-82
     
89   2 Project Reachout-Contracts
     1982-83
     
89   3 Project Reachout-Contracts
     1987-88
     
89   4 Project Reachout-Contracts
     1988-89
     
89   5 School Programs
     1961-64; 1985-90
     
89   6 School Programs-Joan of Arc
     1981-1989
     
89   7 Senior Center
     1968-71
     
89   8 Senior Center
     1972
     
90   1 Senior Center
     1973
     
90   2 Senior Center
     1974-84
     
90   3 SRO Law Project: "Certificate of Need...,"
     1990
     
90   4 SRO Law Project: Contract
     1981
     
90   5 SRO Law Project: Correspondence
     1980-88
     
90   6 SRO Law Project: Flyers and Announcements
     1982-83
     
90   7 SRO Law Project: Rapsheet
     1982-84
     
90   8 SRO Law Project: Reports
     1973; 1980-82
     
91   1 SRO Law Project: Reports
     January-August 1983
     
91   2 SRO Law Project: Reports
     September-December 1983
     
91   3 SRO Law Project: Reports
     January-June 1984
     
91   4 SRO Law Project: Reports
     July-December 1984
     
91   5 SRO Law Project: Reports
     January-April 1985
     
91   6 SRO Law Project: Reports
     May-August 1985
     
91   7 Sixty Plus Club
     1962-67
     
91   8 Summer Program
     1965-77
     
91   9 Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program
     1985-89
     
91   10 Vacations for the Aging
     1961-74
     
92   1 Work Study
     1965-78
     
92   2 Youth Board: Proposals and Contracts
     1967-70
     
92   3 Youth Board: Proposals and Contracts
     1976-80
     
92   4 Youth Board: Reports
     1976-80
     
92   5 Youth Board: Proposals and Contracts
     1980-81
     
92   6 Youth Board: Contracts
     1981-82
     
92   7 Youth Board: Contracts
     1982-83
     
92   8 Youth Board: Proposals and Correspondence
     1983-84
     
93   1 Youth Board: Proposals and Correspondence
     1984-85
     
93   2 Youth Board: Contracts
     1984-85
     
93   3 Youth Board: Contracts
     1984-85
     
93   4 Youth Board: Contracts
     1985-86
     
93   5 Youth Board: Contracts
     1986-87
     
93   6 Youth Board: Correspondence and Reports
     1987-88
     
93   7 Youth Board: Contracts
     1988-89
     
94   1 Youth Board: Contracts
     1989-90
     
94   2 Youth Education in Action
     1969-70
     
94   3 Youth Education in Action
     January-May 1971
     
94   4 Youth Education in Action
     June-December 1971
     
94   5 Youth Education in Action
     1972-74
     
94   6 Youth Programs-Publications
     1979-89
     
94   7 Youth Project: Contracts
     1976-78
     
94   8 Youth Project: Correspondence
     1976-77
     
95   1 Youth Project: Proposal
     1975
     
95   2 Youth Project: Proposal
     1977-78
     
95   3 Youth Project: Proposal
     1977-78
     
95   4 Youth Project: Proposal
     1977-78
     
95   5 Youth Project: Proposal
     1978-79
     
95   6 Youth Project: Reports
     1976-September 1977
     
95   7 Youth Project: Reports
     October 1977-September 1978
     
96   1 Youth Project: Reports
     October 1978-1980
     
107   6 Youth Project: Cases (A)
     1976-79
     
Note: ***RESTRICTED***
107   7 Youth Project: Cases (B)
     1976-79
     
Note: ***RESTRICTED***
107   8 Youth Project: Cases (C)
     1976-79
     
Note: ***RESTRICTED***
107   9 Youth Project: Cases (D)
     1976-79
     
Note: ***RESTRICTED***
107   10 Youth Project: Cases (E)
     1976-79
     
Note: ***RESTRICTED***
108   1 Youth Project: Cases (F)
     1976-79
     
Note: ***RESTRICTED***
108   2 Youth Project: Cases (G)
     1976-79
     
Note: ***RESTRICTED***
108   3 Youth Project: Cases (G)
     1976-79
     
Note: ***RESTRICTED***
108   4 Youth Project: Cases (H)
     1976-79
     
Note: ***RESTRICTED***
108   5 Youth Project: Cases (J)
     1976-79
     
Note: ***RESTRICTED***
108   6 Youth Project: Cases (K-L)
     1976-79
     
Note: ***RESTRICTED***
108   7 Youth Project: Cases (M)
     1976-79
     
Note: ***RESTRICTED***
108   8 Youth Project: Cases (N-O)
     1976-79
     
Note: ***RESTRICTED***
109   1 Youth Project: Cases (P)
     1976-79
     
Note: ***RESTRICTED***
109   2 Youth Project: Cases (P)
     1976-79
     
Note: ***RESTRICTED***
109   3 Youth Project: Cases (R)
     1976-79
     
Note: ***RESTRICTED***
109   4 Youth Project: Cases (R)
     1976-79
     
Note: ***RESTRICTED***
109   5 Youth Project: Cases (S)
     1976-79
     
Note: ***RESTRICTED***
109   6 Youth Project: Cases (S)
     1976-79
     
Note: ***RESTRICTED***
109   7 Youth Project: Cases (T-V)
     1976-79
     
Note: ***RESTRICTED***
109   8 Youth Project: Cases (W-Z)
     1976-79
     
Note: ***RESTRICTED***
96   2 Youth Services Agency-Applications
     1971-76
     
96   3 Youth Services Agency-Reports and Correspondence
     1970-76
     

SERIES VII - Audio-Visual Material

   --Drawings

Oversize Roll 1  Architectural Drawings: Camp
     1973-75
     
Oversize Roll 1  Head Start Senior Center
     1980
     

   --Audio Tapes

97  Child Study Association of America/Wel-Met Inc.-Conferences-Today's Family
     1976
     Audio tape
     
97  Child Study Association of America/Wel-Met Inc.-Conferences-Rights of the Child
     [nd]
     Audio Tape
     
97  Corporate Stamp-Child Study Association of America/Wel-Met Inc.
     [nd]
     Stamp
     
97  Corporate Stamp-Riverside Community House
     [nd]
     stamp
     
97  Wel-Met Camps
     [nd]
     Pennant
     

   --Photographs

98   1 Wilson Industrial School for Girls
     ca. 1900
     
Flat Box 300   1 Wilson Industrial School for Girls
     ca. 1910
     
98   2 Riverside Day Nursery
     ca. 1900
     
98   3 Child Study Association of America: Benefit Performance
     1957
     
98   4 Child Study Association of America: Board Members (Group)
     1940s-60s
     
98   5 Child Study Association of America: Board Members (Individual)
     1920s-60s
     
98   6 Child Study Association of America: Children
     1953-54
     
98   7 Child Study Association of America: Children's Center
     1966
     
98   8  Child Study Association of America: Conference
     [nd]
     
98   9 Child Study Association of America: Conference
     1967
     
98   10 Child Study Association of America: Head Start
     1967
     
98   11 Child Study Association of America: Nurse's Training
     1963
     
98   12 Goddard Neighborhood Center: Benefit
     [nd]
     
98   13 Goddard Neighborhood Center: Building
     1940s-50s
     
98   14 Goddard Neighborhood Center: Camping and Day Trips
     1940s-60s
     
98   15 Goddard Neighborhood Center: Children
     1940s-60s
     
98   16 Goddard Neighborhood Center: Miscellaneous
     1940s
     
98   17 Goddard Neighborhood Center: Performances
     1940s-60s
     
98   18 Goddard Neighborhood Center: Staff
     1940s-60s
     
98   19 Goddard Neighborhood Center: Teens
     1930s-60s
     
98   20 Goddard Neighborhood Center: Negatives
     [nd]
     
98   21 Goddard Neighborhood Center: Slides-Annual Report
     1948
     
98   22 Wel-Met Inc.
     1960s
     
98   23 Riverside Community House
     1940s-50s
     
99   1 Goddard-Riverside Community Center: Camp-Activities
     1969-86
     
99   2 Goddard-Riverside Community Center: Camp-Animals
     1969-85
     
99   3 Goddard-Riverside Community Center: Camp-Arrivals and Departures
     1969-85
     
99   4 Goddard-Riverside Community Center: Camp-Campers
     1967-72
     
100   1 Goddard-Riverside Community Center: Camp-Campers
     1973-85
     
100   2 Goddard-Riverside Community Center: Camp-Contact Sheets
     1970s-80s
     
100   3 Goddard-Riverside Community Center: Camp-Dining Hall
     1967-85
     
100   4 Goddard-Riverside Community Center: Camp-Lake Scenes
     1968-76
     
100   5 Goddard-Riverside Community Center: Camp-Miscellaneous
     1969-85
     
101   1 Goddard-Riverside Community Center: Camp-Outdoor Scenes
     1972-85
     
101   2 Goddard-Riverside Community Center: Camp-Performances
     1972-85
     
101   3 Goddard-Riverside Community Center: Camp-Renovations and Construction
     1967-85
     
101   4 Goddard-Riverside Community Center: Camp-Senior Citizens
     1969-81
     
101   5 Goddard-Riverside Community Center: Camp-Sports
     1971-85
     
102   1 Goddard-Riverside Community Center: Camp-Staff
     1968-85
     
102   2 Goddard-Riverside Community Center: Camp-Swimming Pool
     1971-85
     
102   3 Goddard-Riverside Community Center: Camp-Wel-Met
     1986-87
     
102   4 Goddard-Riverside Community Center: Camp-Winter Scenes
     1969-83
     
103   1 Goddard-Riverside Community Center: Children
     1967-80s
     
103   2 Goddard-Riverside Community Center: Cleanup Projects
     1959,1976
     
103   3 Goddard-Riverside Community Center: Contact Sheets
     [nd]
     
Flat Box 299  Goddard-Riverside Community Center: Exhibits-Mounted Pictures of Programs Staff and Activities
     ca. 1960s
     
Flat Box 299  Goddard-Riverside Community Center: Exhibits-Mounted Pictures of Programs Staff and Activities signed by Helen Harvey Shotwell
     ca. 1960s
     
103   4 Goddard-Riverside Community Center: Homelessness
     ca. 1980s
     
103   5 Goddard-Riverside Community Center: Miscellaneous
     ca. 1960s-80s
     
Flat Box 300   2 Goddard-Riverside Community Center: Miscellaneous
     ca. 1960s-80s
     
103   6 Goddard-Riverside Community Center: Operation Friend
     1960s
     
103   7 Goddard-Riverside Community Center: Options Program
     1980s
     
103   8 Goddard-Riverside Community Center: Performances
     1960s
     
103   9 Goddard-Riverside Community Center: Phelps House Dedication
     1983
     
103   10 Goddard-Riverside Community Center: Phoenix Project
     1964
     
103   11 Goddard-Riverside Community Center: Preschool
     1970s-80s
     
103   12 Goddard-Riverside Community Center: Senate Hotel
     1980s
     
103   13 Goddard-Riverside Community Center: Seniors
     1980s
     
103   14 Goddard-Riverside Community Center: Staff
     1960s-80s
     
103   15 Goddard-Riverside Community Center: Teens
     1959-80s
     
103   16 Goddard-Riverside Community Center: Youth Project
     1970s
     
104   1 Goddard-Riverside Community Center: Negatives-Camp
     1970s-80s
     
104   2 Goddard-Riverside Community Center: Negatives-Housing Projects
     1980s
     
104   3 Goddard-Riverside Community Center: Negatives-Miscellaneous
     [nd]
     
104   4 Goddard-Riverside Community Center: Negatives-Programs
     1980s
     
104   5 Goddard-Riverside Community Center: Slides-Camp
     1961-85
     
104   6 Goddard-Riverside Community Center: Slides-Camp Wel-Met
     ca. 1970s
     
104   7 Goddard-Riverside Community Center: Slides-Miscellaneous
     1960s-80s
     
104   8 Goddard-Riverside Community Center: Slides-Phelps House Dedication
     1983
     
104   9 Goddard-Riverside Community Center: Slides-Performances
     1970s
     
105   1 Unidentified Institution: Activities
     1940s-50s
     
105   2 Unidentified Institution: Camping and Day Trips
     1940s-60s
     
105   3 Unidentified Institution: Children
     1940s-60s
     
105   4 Unidentified Institution: Performances
     1940s-60s
     
105   5 Unidentified Institution: Staff
     1950s