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Series XIX. Publications and Papers, 1967-1976

Scope and Content Notes:

Series XIX contains two copies of a 1967 NCJW publication, Where There's A Woman by Bernice Graziani. The book is a 75-year narrative and pictorial history of NCJW. Also included in this series is the dissertation by Ida Cohen Selavan, "The Columbian Council of Pittsburgh, 1894-1909: A Case Study of Adult Immigrant Education." Authored by Selavan in 1976, this paper was submitted to the Graduate Faculty in the School of Education in partial fulfillment of the requirements for a Doctor of Philosophy degree. The paper focuses on the NCJW Pittsburgh Section's development and activities concerning education and immigration between 1894 and 1909.

Volume 3-4 Where There's A Woman, 1967
Volume 5 "The Columbian Council of Pittsburgh, 1894-1909: A Case Study of Adult Immigrant Education," 1976