Juvenile Protective Association records
MSJPA_66

 An inventory of the collection at the University of Illinois at Chicago

Summary Information

Repository
Richard J. Daley Library Special Collections and University Archives
Creator - Donor
Adelsperger, Robert J.
Creator
Juvenile Protective Association of Chicago.
Title
Juvenile Protective Association records
ID
MSJPA_66
Date [inclusive]
1897-1999
Extent
20.66 Linear feet
Language
English
Abstract:
The Juvenile Court Committee was established in Chicago in 1904 by women reformers five years after they organized for the Cook County Juvenile Court. The Juvenile Court Committee offered aid to dependent and delinquent children during the period before the Juvenile Court itself was able to take up their cases. The Juvenile Protective Association Papers consists of approximately 12 linear feet divided into nine series spanning the entire twentieth century.

Preferred Citation

Juvenile Protective Association records, Special Collections and University Archives, University of Illinois at Chicago

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Administrative History

The Juvenile Court Committee was established in Chicago in 1904 by women reformers five years after they organized for the Cook County Juvenile Court. The Juvenile Court Committee offered aid to dependent and delinquent children during the period before the Juvenile Court itself was able to take up their cases. The committee's primary activities initially involved raising funds to pay probation offices and maintaining a detention home, but the founders believed that prevention should also be a priority. By 1907 when the probation and detention officers were re-classified as civil servants of the county the Committee was able to take up preventative work. The Committee organized branches throughout Cook County which cooperated with child welfare agencies including the Juvenile Court, Compulsory Education Department, and State Factory Inspector. The Committee also targeted for prosecution those it considered to be contributors to children's truancy, delinquency, and dependency, and the organization also supported the reform movement for the establishment of vacation schools, parks, playgrounds, gymnasiums, social centers, and baths. The Committee's investigations led to child labor legislation, prohibition on alcohol to protect minors, investigations of baby farms, exposes of illicit street trades and prostitution. In 1909, the group's name was changed to the Juvenile Protective Association.

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Scope and Contents

The Juvenile Protective Association Papers consists of approximately 12 linear feet divided into nine series spanning the entire twentieth century. Series I through IV are arranged alphabetically. Series V is chronological. These materials consists of correspondence, reports, lists, statistics, clippings, programs, pamphlets, by-laws, speeches, minutes, notes, memoranda, photos, bulletins, and legislative bills.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

Richard J. Daley Library Special Collections and University Archives 2006-08-21

801 S. Morgan Street
Chicago, Illinois, 60607
312.996.2742

Revision Description

  07/15/2010

Restrictions on Access

None

Restrictions on Use

None

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)

  • Century of Progress International Exposition (1933-1934 : Chicago, Ill.).
  • Juvenile Protective Association of Chicago. -- Archives

Geographic Name(s)

  • Chicago (Ill.) -- Moral conditions.
  • Chicago (Ill.) -- Social conditions.

Subject(s)

  • Chicago Political and Civic Life.
  • Child labor -- Illinois -- Chicago.
  • Child welfare -- Illinois -- Chicago.
  • Hull-House and Settlement House History.
  • Juvenile delinquency -- Illinois -- Cook County.
  • Midwest Women's History.

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Collection Inventory

Series I 

Scope and Contents: Series I consists of general files, including correspondence, reports, lists, statistics, clippings, programs, pamphlets, by-laws, speeches, minutes, notes, memoranda, and legislative bills related with the organization's work from the years 1903-1955. 

Box Folder

Binford, Jessie F. - correspondence, 1926 

1 1

Bowen, Louise de Koven - correspondence, 1904-1923 

1 2

Chicago newspapers and juvenile crimes reports, 1913 

1 3

Survey of Chicago Lincoln Park system, 1910-1913 

1 4

Child neglect - Susan Hudson case history, 1917-1941 

1 5

Cook County Jail Statistics 

1 6

Family Welfare Association of America - Inter-agency Service Directory, 1937 

1 7

Illegitimate birth statistics, 1943-1952 

1 8

Institute for Psychoanalysis, 1932-1937 

1 9

Juvenile Court Committee - organization and purpose, 1904-1909 

1 10

Juvenile delinquency and the community reports, 1940-1943 

1 11

Juvenile Occupations Department, 1924 

1 12

Juvenile Protective Association Annual Report, 1927 

1 13

Juvenile Protective Association articles and speeches, 1928-1946 

1 14

Juvenile Protective Association organization and purpose, 1910-1955 

1 15

Juvenile Protective Association reports on social conditions, 1908-1914 

1 16

Juvenile Protective Association superintendent's reports, 1913-1914 

1 17

Juvenile Protective Association correspondence, 1924-1951 

1 18

Lathrop, Julia, C. memorandum, 1917 

1 19

Lighthouse, Inc. - Lulu Breen case history, 1918-1940 

1 20

Lighthouse, Inc. - Lulu Breen correspondence, 1932-1939 

1 21

Liquor law and saloons, 1914-1946 

2 22

Mentally defective children reports, 1914 

2 23

Miscellaneous folder, 1920-1953 

2 24

Woman's World's Fair booth - correspondence, 1927 

2 25

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Series II 

Scope and Contents: Series II contains records addressing illicit use of child labor, including correspondence, articles, reports, lists, maps, clippings, telegrams, articles, newsletters, memoranda, notes, agendas, legislation, photographs, and pamphlets spanning the years 1921-1947. 

Box Folder

Child labor amendment - correspondence with manufacturers, 1924-1925 

2 26

Child labor - articles by F. Zeta Youmans, 1924-1927 

2 27

Child labor - Bowling Alley Investigation in Chicago, 1943-1944 

2 28

Child labor - Bowling Alley Investigation in Chicago, 1946-1947 

2 29

Child labor - Bowing Alley Investigation in Chicago, 1946-1947 

2 30

Child labor - Bowling Alley Survey reports, 1948-1949 

2 31

Child labor - Illinois Child Labor Committee, 1922-1929 

2 32

Child labor - Industrial home work investigation, 1925-1927 

2 33

Child labor - National Child Labor Committee, 1922-1936 

3 34

Child labor - Nut-shelling Shops Investigation, 1920-1923 

3 35

Child labor - Stage children - correspondence, 1921-1924 

3 36

Child labor - Stage children exchange of information on traveling companies, 1925-1927 

3 37

Child labor - Stage children - exchange of information on traveling companies in Alabama, 1922-1926 

3 38

Child labor - Stage children - exchange of information on traveling companies in Arizona, 1922 

3 39

Child labor - Stage children - exchange of information on traveling companies in Arkansas, 1922-1923 

3 40

Child labor - Stage children - exchange of information on traveling companies in California, 1923-1926 

3 41

Child labor - Stage children - exchange of information on traveling companies in Colorado, 1922-1926 

3 42

Child labor - Stage children - exchange of information on traveling companies in Connecticut, 1922-1923 

3 43

Child labor - Stage children - exchange of information on traveling companies in Delaware, 1922-1923 

3 44

Child labor - Stage children - exchange of information on traveling companies in the District of Columbia, 1922-1926 

4 45

Child labor - Stage children - exchange of information on traveling companies in Florida, 1923 

4 46

Child labor - Stage children - exchange of information on traveling companies in Georgia, 1922 

4 47

Child labor - Stage children - exchange of information on traveling companies in Chicago, 1926 

4 48

Child labor - Stage children - exchange of information on traveling companies in Indiana, 1922-1926 

4 49

Child labor - Stage children - exchange of information on traveling companies in Iowa, 1922-1926 

4 50

Child labor - Stage children - exchange of information on traveling companies in Kansas, DATE? 

4 51

Child labor - Stage children - exchange of information on traveling companies in Kentucky, 1922-1926 

4 51

Child labor - Stage children - exchange of information on traveling companies in Louisiana, 1922-1926 

4 52

Child labor - Stage children - exchange of information on traveling companies in Maine, 1922-1924 

4 53

Child labor - Stage children - exchange of information on traveling companies in Maryland, 1922-1923 

4 54

Child labor - Stage children - exchange of information on traveling companies in Massachusetts, 1922-1926 

4 55

Child labor - Stage children - exchange of information on traveling companies in Michigan, 1922-1923 

4 56

Child labor - Stage children - exchange of information on traveling companies in Minnesota, 1922-1926 

4 57

Child labor - Stage children - exchange of information on traveling companies in Mississippi, 1922-1923 

4 58

Child labor - Stage children - exchange of information on traveling companies in Missouri, 1922-1923 

4 59

Child labor - Stage children - exchange of information on traveling companies in Nebraska, 1922-1927 

4 60

Child labor - Stage children - exchange of information on traveling companies in New Hampshire, 1922 

4 61

Child labor - Stage children - exchange of information on traveling companies in New Jersey, 1922-1926 

4 62

Child labor - Stage children - exchange of information on traveling companies in New York, 1922-1936 

4 63

Child labor - Stage children - exchange of information on traveling companies in North Carolina, 1922 

4 64

Child labor - Stage children - exchange of information on traveling companies in Ohio, 1922-1926 

4 65

Child labor - Stage children - exchange of information on traveling companies in Oklahoma, 1922-1923 

4 66

Child labor - Stage children - exchange of information on traveling companies in Oregon, 1923-1926 

4 67

Child labor - Stage children - exchange of information on traveling companies in Pennsylvania, 1921-1927 

4 68

Child labor - Stage children - exchange of information on traveling companies in Rhode Island, 1922-1926 

4 69

Child labor - Stage children - exchange of information on traveling companies in Tennessee, 1922-1926 

4 70

Child labor - Stage children - exchange of information on traveling companies in Texas, 1922-1923 

4 71

Child labor - Stage children - exchange of information on traveling companies in Utah, 1922 

4 72

Child labor - Stage children - exchange of information on traveling companies in Virginia, 1918-1922 

4 73

Child labor - Stage children - exchange of information on traveling companies in Washington, 1922-1923 

4 74

Child labor - Stage children - exchange of information on traveling companies in West Virginia, 1923-1924 

4 75

Child labor - Stage children - exchange of information on traveling companies in Wisconsin, 1922 

4 76

Child labor - Stage children - Movies and education, 1921-1927 

4 77

Child labor - Stage children - Movies and education, 1923-1928 

4 78

Child labor - Stage children - Song contests in Chicago, 1916-1926 

4 79

Child labor - Stage children - Tivoli Theater, 1921-1938 

4 80

Child labor - State Factory Inspector, 1923-1927 

4 81

Child labor - Street trades - Criminals in the making reports, undated 

5 82

Child labor - Street trades in Milwaukee Annual Report, 1935-1936 

5 83

Child labor - Street trades - News Alley Investigations, 1921-1929 

5 84

Child labor - Street trades - Albert Palmer, DDD, 1931 

5 85

Child labor - Street trades regulation in Chicago, 1916-1929 

5 86

Child labor - Street trades regulation in other states, 1928-1929 

5 87

Child labor - Street trade violations, 1921-1928 

5 88

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Series III 

Scope and Contents: The JPA's investigations of these illicit activities during the years 1922-1935 are the basis for Series III. This materials includes correspondence, surveys, lists, reports, notes, petitions, memoranda, clippings, minutes, financial records, by-laws, and photos. 

Box Folder

Century of Progress - Conditions in Chicago correspondence, 1934 

5 89

Century of Progress - Conditions in Chicago reports, 1934-1935 

5 90

Century of Progress - Conditions in Chicago reports, 1934-1935 

5 91

Commercialized prostitution in Chicago - Jessie Binford personal file, 1922-1923 

6 92

Commercialized prostitution in Chicago - reports on gambling saloons, cabarets, 1922-1923 

6 93

Commercialized prostitution in Chicago - reports, 1922-1923 

6 94

Commercialized prostitution in Chicago - reports on parlor houses, clandestine prostitution, 1922-1923 

6 95

Commercialized prostitution in Chicago - correspondence and reports, 1923-1924 

6 96

Commercialized prostitution in Chicago - reports, 1933 

6 97

Commercialized prostitution in Chicago - Kinsie investigation, 1933 

7 98

Commercialized prostitution in Morton Grove, Niles, Niles Center and Tessville - reports, 1929 

7 99

Commercialized prostitution in Morton Grove, Niles, Niles Center and Tessville - reports, 1929 

7 100

Commercialized prostitution in Morton Grove, Niles, Niles Center and Tessville - reports, 1929 

7 101

National Association of Ball Room Proprietors and Managers - bylaws and correspondence, 1921-1930 

7 102

Public Dance Halls, 1927-1929 

7 103

Public Dance Halls, 1917-1928 

7 104

Roadhouse Survey of Cook County, 1929 

7 105

Roadhouse Survey of Cook County, 1929 

8 106

Roadhouse Survey of Cook County, 1929 

8 107

Vice Investigation in Chicago - correspondence, reports, 1920-1923 

8 108

Vice Investigation in Chicago - clippings, 1922-1923 

8 109

Vice Investigation in Chicago - Grand Jury Investigation, 1923 

8 110

Vice Investigation in Chicago - Geneva State Training School for Girls, 1930-1934 

8 111

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Series IV 

Scope and Contents: Published materials including bulletins, leaflets, newsletters, pamphlets, and article reprints from 1905-1954 form Series IV. 

Box Folder

The Chicago - Woman's Aid Bulletin, 1926 

8 112

Juvenile Protective Association Bulleting, 1920-1928 

8 113

National Child Labor Committee Bulletins, 1925-1937 

9 114

Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry Bulletins, 1926-1929 

9 115

Juvenile Protective Association leaflets, 1945-1954 

9 116

Juvenile Protective Association leaflets, 1926-1945 

9 117

Juvenile Protective Association leaflets, 1911-1938 

9 118

Juvenile Protective Association leaflets, 1921-1944 

9 119

Illinois Federation of Labor newsletter, 1930 

9 120

Buffalo Foundation - Street traders of buffalo study, 1926 

9 121

Civic Federation of Dallas pamphlet, 1921 

9 122

Illinois Department of Labor, Child Labor Laws pamphlets, 1919-1929 

9 123

Illinois League of Women Votes - Protection and Aid for Children pamphlets, 1927 

9 124

Juvenile Protective Association Annual Reports, 1905-1919 

9 125

Juvenile Protective Association Annual Reports, 1919-1945 

9 126

Juvenile Protective Association pamphlet, 1915-1948 

10 127

Juvenile Protective Association - Colored People of Chicago pamphlet, 1913 

10 128

Juvenile Protective Association - County Jails and Crime pamphlet, 1913-1916 

10 129

Juvenile Protective Association - Illegitimate children pamphlets, 1912-1914 

10 130

Juvenile Protective Association - Local participation in community affairs pamphlets, 1916-1948 

10 131

Juvenile Protective Association - Juvenile delinquency pamphlets, 1911-1912 

10 132

Juvenile Protective Association - Legislation, 1912-1914 

10 133

Juvenile Protective Association - Liquor pamphlets, 1935-1948 

10 134

Juvenile Protective Association - Public dance halls pamphlets, 1911-1917 

10 135

Juvenile Protective Association - pamphlets on purpose, 1907-1951 

10 136

Juvenile Protective Association - Road to Destruction Made Easy in Chicago, 1916 

10 137

Juvenile Protective Association - Stage Children and Theater pamphlets, 1909-1923 

10 138

Juvenile Protective Association - Women's employment pamphlets, 1910-1918 

10 139

National Child Labor Committee pamphlets, 1924-1937 

10 140

National League of Women Voters - Children's Amendment pamphlets, 1924 

10 141

Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry - Women wage earners pamphlets, 1920 

10 142

United States Department of Labor pamphlets, 1936-1937 

11 143

United States Department of Labor pamphlets, 1923 

11 144

United States Interdepartmental Social Hygiene Board - Conditions in Chicago pamphlet, 1922 

11 145

Women's Co-operative Alliance, Inc. - Study of child labor on the stage, 1927-1928 

11 146

Youth Conservation Digest, Inc. pamphlet, 1935 

11 147

American Social Hygiene Association, Inc. - Vice in Illinois Roadhouses and Taxi-Dance Halls, 1930-1933 

11 148

Hospital Social Service - Making the Community Safe for the Child, 1926 

11 149

Juvenile Protective Association - Dope and Chicago's Children, 1950 

11 150

Juvenile Protective Association - Juvenile Delinquent reprint, 1931 

11 151

Miscellaneous reprints on delinquents and liquor business, 1950-1953 

11 152

Survey graphic - Children and Crime, 1927-1929 

11 153

Welfare Magazine Children and Roadhouse reprints, 1927-1928 

11 154

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Series V 

Scope and Contents: The organization's financial records are contained in Series V, these include expense records, checks received, money payable to individuals and organizations, and interest from cash deposited. This material covers 1908-1941. 

Box Folder

Financial Records - Cash Book, 1910-1913 

11 155

Financial Records - Cash Book, 1913-1916 

11 156

Financial Records - Cash Received and Check Register No. 2, 1919-1923 

12 157

Financial Records - Cash Received and Check Register No. 3, 1924-1928 

12 158

Financial Records - Cash Received and Check Register No. 4, 1928-1932 

13 159

Financial Records - Cash Received and Check Register No. 5, 1932-1937 

13 160

Financial Records - Cash Received and Check Register No. 6, 1937-1941 

13 161

Financial Records - Ledger, 1910-1913 

14 162

Financial Records - Ledger, 1913-1920 

14 163

Financial Records - Ledger, 1920-1926 

14 164

Financial Records - Ledger, 1927-1933 

14 165

Financial Records - Petit Cash, 1910-1913 

14 166

Financial Records, 1913-1914 

115 167

Financial Records, 1914-1917 

15 168

Financial Records, 1915-1920 

15 169

Financial Records - Fiscal Year, 1917-1933 

15 170

Hull-House Boys Club - List and Financial Statements, 1907-1908 

15 171

Summer Outing Record - List 1908 

15 172

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Series VI 

Scope and Contents: Series VI contains correspondence, clippings, articles, speeches, annual reports, minutes, lists, constitution, statements, case studies, memoranda, and notes related to the origin and activities of the JPA from 1902-1958. 

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Supplement I 

Box Folder

Abbott, Edith - memorial tribute, 1919-1957 

1-SI 1

Abbott, Grace - memorial tributes, 1939-1940 

1-SI 2

Addams, Jane - correspondence, 1920-1935 

1-SI 3

Annual Reports, 1907-1939 

1-SI 4

Associates of the Juvenile Protective Association - constitution and minutes, 1950-1953 

1-SI 5

Binford, Jessie Florence - correspondence and leaflets, 1949-1953 

1-SI 6

Case Studies, 1897-1899 

2-SI 7

Case Studies, 1899 

2-SI 8

Case Studies, 1899-1901 

2-SI 9

Citizens' Committee on the Juvenile Court of Cook County - correspondence and statements, 1923-1949 

2-SI 10

Citizens' Committee on the Juvenile Court of Cook County - minutes, 1940-1947 

2-SI 11

Executive Committee minutes, 1906-1913 

3-SI 12

Executive Director annual reports, 1916-1940 

3-SI 13

Fund Raising Campaign correspondence and notes, 1948-1951 

3-SI 14

Jane Addams Peace Association, Inc. statements, 1948-1949 

3-SI 15

Juvenile and the Tramp report, 1940 

3-SI 16

Juvenile Court Committees statements, 1903-1904 

3-SI 17

Lathrop, Julia - correspondence and memoranda, 1917 

3-SI 18

Membership lists, 1904-1905 

3-SI 19

Minutes, 1902-1904 

3-SI 20

Minutes, 1904-1907 

4-SI 21

Minutes, 1907-1911 

4-SI 22

Minutes, 1911-1914 

4-SI 23

Minutes, 1914-1915 

4-SI 24

Minutes, 1914-1918 

5-SI 25

Minutes, 1918-1921 

5-SI 26

Minutes, 1920-1926 

6-SI 27

Minutes, 1927-1931 

6-SI 28

Minutes, 1932-1935 

6-SI 29

Minutes, 1936-1939 

6-SI 30

Minutes, 1940-1944 

6-SI 31

Minutes, 1945-1948 

6-SI 32

Minutes, 1949-1950 

7-SI 33

Minutes, 1951 

7-SI 34

Minutes, 1952 

7-SI 35

Prostitution report, 1923 

7-SI 36

Putative Fathers reports, 1937-1952 

7-SI 37

Scrapbook programs, 1911-1958 

7-SI 38

Superintendent and Attorney's reports, 1908 

7-SI 39

Superintendent and Attorney's reports, 1909 

7-SI 40

Superintendent and Attorney's reports, 1910-1914 

7-SI 41

Taverns reports, 1918 

7-SI 42

Welfare Council of Metropolitan Chicago report, 1952 

8-SI 43

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Series VII 

Scope and Contents: Series VII pertains to materials on neglect, vice, laws, public comfort stations, employment, psychological health, and social work from 1913 to 1959. 

Box Folder

Juvenile Protective Association leaflets, 1955-1958 

8-SI 44

Juvenile Protective Association leaflets, 1957-1967 

8-SI 45

Chicago Crime Commission - Arrest, Search and Seizure pamphlet, 1944 

8-SI 46

Foreign Policy Association Opium Research Committee, 1950 

8-SI 47

Juvenile Protective Association Juvenile Laws pamphlet, 1916 

8-SI 48

Juvenile Protective Association pamphlets, 1913-1916 

8-SI 49

Science Research Associates, Inc. - Narcotics pamphlet, 1952 

8-SI 50

Women's Organization for National Prohibition Reform pamphlet, 1925 

8-SI 51

Works Publishing, Inc. - Alcoholics Anonymous pamphlet, 1947 

8-SI 52

Governor's Committee for Illinois on the Midcentury White House Conference for Children and Youth report, 1951 

8-SI 53

Juvenile Protective Association - Elevated Railroads' comfort stations report, 1918 

8-SI 54

American Journal of Sociology - psychic frustration reprint, 1944 

8-SI 55

Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science - Police and Social Agency cooperation, 1959 

8-SI 56

Chicago Daily News - Chicago's Children reprint, 1947 

8-SI 57

Chicago Daily News - Crime and Graft reprint, 1923 

8-SI 58

Chicago Daily Tribune - Chicago's Children reprint, 1959 

8-SI 59

Chicago Sun-Times - Child neglect, undated 

8-SI 60

Federal Probation - Postwar Problems of Youth, 1947 

8-SI 61

Journal of Political Economy - Women employment, 1915 

8-SI 62

New York Life Insurance Company - Social workers, 1958 

8-SI 63

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Series VIII 

Scope and Contents: Series VIII contains supplemental financial records of the organization from 1910-1958. 

Box Folder

Financial Records - auditor's reports, 1910-1915 

8-SI 64

Financial Records - auditor's reports, 1916-1924 

8-SI 65

Financial Records - auditor's reports, 1925-1932 

9-SI 66

Financial Records - auditor's reports, 1933-1940 

9-SI 67

Financial Records - auditor's reports, 1952 

9-SI 68

Financial Records - cash book, 1928-1933 

9-SI 69

Financial Records - cash book, 1934-1941 

9-SI 70

Financial Records - cash book, 1942-1950 

9-SI 71

Financial Records - cash received and check register No. 1, 1916-1919 

10-SI 72

Financial Records - cash received and check register No. 7, 1942-1945 

10-SI 73

Financial Records - cash received and check register No. 8, 1945-1947 

11-SI 74

Financial Records - cash received and check register No. 9, 1948-1950 

11-SI 75

Financial Records - cash received and check register No. 10, 1950-1952 

12-SI 76

Financial Records - cash received and check register No. 11, 1952-1954 

12-SI 77

Financial Records - cash received and check register No. 12, 1955-1956 

13-SI 78

Financial Records - cash received and check register No. 13, 1957-1958 

13-SI 79

Financial Records, 1934-1943 

14-SI 80

Financial Records, 1935-1945 

14-SI 81

Financial Records, 1934-1941 

14-SI 82

Financial Records, 1942-1948 

14-SI 83

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Series IX 

Scope and Contents: Series IX consists of a second supplement of materials, this one contains fundraising materials, calendars, clippings, copies of the newsletter Family Matters and academic articles from 1958-1999. 

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Supplement II 

Box Folder

Penner, G. Lewis, "An Experiment in Police and Social Agency Cooperation," The Annals of the American Academy, 79-88. 

1-SII 1

Report on the Englewood Project: A Project for Treatment of Delinquent Children Conducted by the Juvenile Protective Association in cooperation with the Chicago Police Department (Chicago: Juvenile Protective Association, 1958). 

1-SII 2

"No Place to Run" pamphlet, 1962 

1-SII 3

Clippings, 1963-1975 

1-SII 4

Haller, Mark H., "Police Reform in Chicago," American Behavioral Scientist 13:5-6, 1970, 649-666. 

1-SII 5

Fundraising materials, invitation, historical prospectus for JPA, 1972-1997 

1-SII 6

Family Matters, 1995-1997 

1-SII 7

Calendars, fundraising materials, 1995-1998 

1-SII 8

Calendars, fundraising materials, 1998-1999 

1-SII 9

Family Matters, 1998-1999 

1-SII 10

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