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Negro Visitor in Negro Homes (1919)

A Negro Visitor in Negro Homes

The Survey, July 12, 1919 (Vol. 42, Issue 15), 574.

 

This article reports on the work of Lulu Maxwell, the first African American social worker with the Associated Charities of Minneapolis. Incidents of truancy and delinquency, along with Maxwell’s work with the elderly and orphans are discussed.

 

The work may also be read through the Internet Archive.

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