Record Group: 16 C|
Record Sub-Group: 1
Records Title: UMC; School of Social and Community Services; Dean's Office; Administrative Records
Volume: 1 cubic foot, 1.25 linear feet
Scope and Content NoteThis Record Sub-Group contains files generated by the Office of the Dean of the University of Missouri-Columbia School of Social and Community Services. The bulk of these records pertain to Dean Arthur W. Nebel, though some materials pre-date his tenure.
Included in this Sub-Group are correspondence, reports, meeting minutes, brochures, and pamphlets. Topics included in the Sub-Group are Children's Code Commission, Nebel's executive secretary, child labor laws, training institutions, children's health, special medical services, juvenile delinquency, neglect, Social Work training institutes, adoption, and Missouri Crippled Children's Service.
Also included in this Sub-Group are files concerning the Merit System Council, Merit System personnel classification specifications and salary schedules, lecture notes, public welfare, supervised field practice in social and civic work, tuberculosis field work, general principles and methods, Divisional Faculty meetings, and committee meeting minutes.
This Sub-Group is not divided into separate record series. Arrangement within the Sub-Group is by the original, topical order.
FF 1 - Children's Code Commission Meetings: Meetings around the state, subcommittees, and advisory committees, 1946.
FF 2 - Children's Code Commission Correspondence: Information requests from other states and Missouri legislation, 1946.
FF 3 - Children's Code Commission Social Security: Analysis of benefits to children, legislation, amendments to legislation, and brochures, 1946 and 1956.
FF 4 - Children's Code Commission Report of the Child Welfare Survey Part 1 (by the Missouri Relief and Reconstruction Commission as part of the Women's Work program of the Civil Works Service Administration, covering the conditions affecting socially handicapped children in certain counties), 1934.
FF 5 - Children's Code Commission on Maternal and Child Welfare: Reference materials regarding unwed mothers, adoption, supervision of child welfare agencies, paternity laws, maternity homes, and related legislation, 1945-1946.
FF 6 - Publications on the Children's Code Commission on Alabama Children's Welfare: Supplement Bulletin Nursery Education, by the Education Division, Works Progress Administration (ca. 1936); Work Series, Volume One, Child Care, by the Federal Security Agency National Youth Administration (ca. 1940).
FF 7 - Training Institutes: An Institute on Public Welfare (6/25-29/1923), held under joint auspices of UMC's School of Business and Public Administration and the State Board of Charities and Corrections.
FF 8 - Training Institutes: Orientation Training Institute for Vocational Rehabilitation Personnel (12/5-16/1955) EUMC in cooperation with Office of Vocational Rehabilitation and State Vocational Rehabilitation Agencies.
FF 9 - Training Institutes: Division of Welfare Staff Training Institutes, 1955-1956.
FF 10 - Training Institutes: Staff Training Institute for County Welfare Directors, 1955-1956.
FF 11 - Missouri Crippled Children's Service: Merit System Council Meeting Minutes, 1955-1961.
FF 12 - Missouri Crippled Children's Service: Merit System Council, MU Board of Curators' actions, 1956-1961.
FF 13 - Missouri Crippled Children's Service: Merit System Council and Merit System rules governing personnel administration.
FF 14 - Missouri Crippled Children's Service: Merit System Council, Merit System Supervisors, Personnel Officer reports, Merit System reports, legislation, and the "Official State Plan for Services to Crippled Children," 1956-1960.
FF 15 - Missouri Crippled Children's Service: Merit System Council Correspondence, includes recommendations for changes in compensation or job description, correspondence to and from UM President Ellis, pay plan basic monthly salary schedule, interpretation of rules, budget requests, and personnel listings, 1955-1960.
FF 16 - Conference on the Handicapped in Missouri, 6/19-21/1958.
FF 17 - Medical Brochures and Handbills, 1941-1943.
FF 18 - School of Social Work: Admissions, 1956.
FF 19 - School of Social Work [RESTRICTED]
FF 20 - School of Social Work: Public Welfare Course lecture notes, course outline (ca. 1955); Missouri School of Social Economy St. Louis program, Handbook (ca. 1923-1924), and Public Assistance in St. Louis, a bulletin of the St. Louis Welfare Office, July 1946.
FF 21 - School of Social Work: Course Examinations and Quizzes for "Field of Social Work", "Child Welfare", and "Introduction to Social Case Work," 1946-1947.
FF 22 - School of Social Work: Supervised field practice in social and civic work [RESTRICTED].
FF 22a - School of Social Work: Supervised field practice in social and civic work [RESTRICTED].
FF 23 - School of Social Work: Supervised field practice in tuberculosis [RESTRICTED], 1932-1933.
FF 24 - School of Social Work: Supervised field practice in principles and methods [RESTRICTED], 1930-1933.
FF 25 - School of Social and Community Service: Catalog Revision, 1967-1970.
FF 26 - School of Social and Community Services: Divisional Faculty Meetings, 1967-1970.
FF 27 - School of Social and Community Services: General Committees, 1969-1970.
FF 28 - School of Social and Community Services: Executive Committee Meetings, 1970-1971.
FF 29 - School of Social and Community Services: Curriculum Committee Reports, 1969-1970.
FF 30 - School of Social and Community Services: Divisional Curriculum Committee, 1968-1972.
FF 31 - School of Social and Community Services: Divisional Policy Advisory Committee Minutes, 1970.
FF 32 - UMC Committee: Committee on Environmental Health, 1963.
Restrictions Note: The Archives of the University of Missouri-Columbia is required by law and Board of Curator's policy to restrict access to some files and information. Student records are held as confidential under the Federal Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 and by University policy. Faculty promotion and tenure records and Academic Personnel files are restricted for 75 years, or the lifetime of the individual. All grievance, disciplinary, and medical records are treated as confidential files. Consultations with legal counsel, both in-house and external, are protected by the attorney/client privilege and will not be released.
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