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Guide to the Greenwich House Records TAM 139

Tamiment Library and Robert F. Wagner Labor Archive
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Tamiment Library and Robert F. Wagner Labor Archives

Collection processed by Alan Ginsberg, Stephanie Muntone and Peter Filardo (2009); Finding aid revised by to reflect portions of collection not microfilmed (2009)

This finding aid was produced using ArchivesSpace on April 18, 2018
Description is in English. using Describing Archives: A Content Standard

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Source - dnr: Gulkin, Anita Kurman
Title: Greenwich House Records
Dates [inclusive]: 1896-1990
Dates [bulk]: 1896-1946
Abstract: In 1902, Mary Kingsbury Simkhovitch and others founded Greenwich House, a social settlement house in the Greenwich Village section of New York City. It was incorporated that year as the Cooperative Social Settlement Society of the City of New York. Greenwich House established social service and cultural programs for the largely Italian population of Greenwich Village. Greenwich House continues to offer an array of cultural, educational and social service programs. The records contain minutes, reports, correspondence, publicity material, program files, financial documents, publications, scrapbooks and 36,000 index cards detailing the activities of Greenwich House. Extensive correspondence of Mary Simkhovitch covers, in addition to House activities, such topics as political reform and public housing, as well as her unsuccessful 1937 campaign for the New York City Council.
Quantity: 107.25 Linear Feet (124 boxes)
Language: Materials are in English
Call Phrase: TAM 139