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Title
[Fundraising brochure to support the Home Library Club of the Children's Aid Association]
Kitchen table, a dozen books in a small book case, eight or ten children from the neighborhood and a volunteer visitor are the essentials of a Home Library Club
Social Museum Collection. ca. 1890-1931 (inclusive)
Name/Creator
Children's Aid Association (Boston, Mass.), creator
HOLLIS IDDigital Object
[Provides access to page images of entire work From the Social Museum Collection, ca. 1890-1931. 3.2002.1874.33. Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University Art Museums. This collection includes over 3000 topically-arranged exhibition boards illustrating living and working conditions in America and Europe. This item is attached to the original exhibition board with title: Publicity for Social Work. (1) Letter Heads. (2) Inserts. (3) Subscription blanks.]  http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:HUAM:925834 
Location
Networked Resource

Harvard University Art Museums
Place of Origin
Boston, Mass
Publisher
Children's Aid Association
Language
English
Description
1 folded sheet ([6] p.) : ill. + 1 subscription blank (1 sheet ([1] leaf)), 1 envelope
Form/Genre
text

print
Subject
Children's Aid Association (Boston, Mass.) ;  Children's libraries -- Massachusetts -- Boston ;  Social work with children -- Massachusetts -- Boston ;  Fund raising -- Massachusetts -- Boston

Category
Organizations & Clubs

Childrens Aid Association

social services

Regions of the U.S. -- New England

Massachusetts

Life in the United States

children

Boston

Note
Referred to as the Henry Ford Home Library, named after a "young man just out of Harvard ... 40 years ago," who started the idea. See p. [2].