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Proceedings of the National Conference of Jewish Social Welfare, including joint sessions with the National Council for Jewish Education and the National Association of Jewish Center Workers, at the annual sessions, Rochester, N.Y., June 4-9, 1942.

Publication | Digitized | Library Call Number: HV88 .N135 1942

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    Variant Title
    National Conference of Jewish Social Welfare, Rochester, N.Y.
    Series
    Jewish social service quarterly ; v. 19, no. 1 (Sept. 1942)
    Format
    Book
    Author/Creator
    National Conference of Jewish Social Welfare (U.S.) (1942 : Rochester, N.Y.)
    Published
    New York : Jewish social service quarterly, 1942
    Locale
    United States
    Contents
    Opening remarks of the president / by Israel S. Chipkin
    The effect of the war on Jewish community life / by Salo W. Baron
    Responsibility for American leadership / by Walter Reid Wolf
    Security in wartime and after / by Ewan Clague
    Jewish social services in a nation at war / by Louis Kraft
    Post-war relief and reconstruction / by Clarence E. Pickett
    Political and Cultural Aspects of Jewish Post-War Problems / by Abraham G. Duker
    The role of professional social work in the world today / by Kenneth L. M. Pray
    The effect of the war on Jewish community organization
    Recent trends in fund raising
    Techniques in economic adjustment programs during the war emergency
    A coordinated approach to economic adjustment
    Economic adjustment of Jews and the war
    The impact of war on Jewish family agencies
    Differentials in the use of money in a case work agency
    Business consultation and loan services of family welfare agencies
    The function of child care agencies in time of war
    Case work with parents in intake and later phases of placement
    The impact of the war on the children's institution
    What is basic in supervision?
    Refugee problems in 1942
    Community planning for the care of the aged
    Problems in institutional administration in the care of the aged
    Lowenstein memorial address / by Joseph C. Hyman
    Summary of the conference / by Philip Bernstein
    Business session
    Officers and committees, 1941-1942.
    Other Authors/Editors
    National Council for Jewish Education.
    National Association of Jewish Center Workers (U.S.)
    Notes
    Opening remarks of the president / by Israel S. Chipkin -- The effect of the war on Jewish community life / by Salo W. Baron -- Responsibility for American leadership / by Walter Reid Wolf -- Security in wartime and after / by Ewan Clague -- Jewish social services in a nation at war / by Louis Kraft -- Post-war relief and reconstruction / by Clarence E. Pickett -- Political and Cultural Aspects of Jewish Post-War Problems / by Abraham G. Duker -- The role of professional social work in the world today / by Kenneth L. M. Pray -- The effect of the war on Jewish community organization -- Recent trends in fund raising -- Techniques in economic adjustment programs during the war emergency -- A coordinated approach to economic adjustment -- Economic adjustment of Jews and the war -- The impact of war on Jewish family agencies -- Differentials in the use of money in a case work agency -- Business consultation and loan services of family welfare agencies -- The function of child care agencies in time of war -- Case work with parents in intake and later phases of placement -- The impact of the war on the children's institution -- What is basic in supervision? -- Refugee problems in 1942 -- Community planning for the care of the aged -- Problems in institutional administration in the care of the aged -- Lowenstein memorial address / by Joseph C. Hyman -- Summary of the conference / by Philip Bernstein -- Business session -- Officers and committees, 1941-1942.
    Electronic version(s) of c. 1. Digital files. USHMM, Internet Archive, 2018-05-01
    The digitization of this publication was made possible by Ginger Lane, her sisters, and their children, in memory of their brother and uncle, Alfons Weber, of blessed memory.

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    Language
    English
    Additional Form
    Electronic version(s) available internally at USHMM.
    Physical Description
    176 p. ; 26 cm.

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