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Folder 71 Dunham, Arthur, June 1933-March 1938

Arthur Dunham was Secretary for Family Welfare and Relief Division of the Public Charities Association of Pennsylvania. Mr. Dunham also appears to have had affiliations with the New York School of Social Work, the University of Michigan and the Russell Sage Foundation. Included here is the following: “Getting Things Done” by Arthur Dunham reprinted from The Survey, April 15, 1928; “Shoes – and Ships – and Sealing Wax-“ by Arthur Dunham reprinted from The Survey Mid-Monthly, April, 1931; Reprint The Social Worker and the Scissors; 4. Reprint Fourteen Points for Dictators; Extensive correspondence covering a course in “Problems in Social Welfare Administration,” the accreditation of the social work program at the University of Pittsburgh, the training of public employees for the state, the publication of Pennsylvania Social Work, the Federation of Agencies, the Pennsylvania Conference on Social Work, the Public Charities Association of Pennsylvania, and pending legislation concerning public welfare in Pennsylvania; A March 17, 1938 letter from Dr. Hathway to Dunham in which she informs him that without his permission, she is suggesting his name for the new post of Dean of Social Work at the University of Pittsburgh