Rietta Hines Herbert papers,

Title
Rietta Hines Herbert papers, 1940-1969.
Author
Herbert, Rietta Hines, 1911-1973.
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r.1: Biographical Data-Professional FileMixed materialUse in libraryAvailableSc Micro R-6777 r.1: Biographical Data-Professional FileSchomburg Center - Research & Reference
r.2: Conference FileMixed materialUse in libraryAvailableSc Micro R-6777 r.2: Conference FileSchomburg Center - Research & Reference

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Description
3 reels; 35 mm
Genre/Form
  • African American social workers.
  • African American teachers.
  • Conference papers and proceedings.
  • Job evaluation.
  • Notes.
  • Reports.
  • School records.
  • Women social workers.
Note
  • Finding aid at head of each reel.
  • Reel no. 3 restricted material, ask for it at Manuscript Archives and Rare Books Division.
Reproduction (note)
  • Microfilm.
Source (note)
  • Alexander, Ethleen
  • Alexander, Ethleen
Biography (note)
  • Rietta Hines Herbert (1911-1973) (also Rietta May Herbert) was an African American social worker employed in New York City from 1935 to 1965. Herbert spent most of her career as a social investigator and supervisor of child welfare in the Harlem offices of the DW. A magna cum laude graduate of Howard University with some graduate credit in accounting at Columbia University. Shortly after her husband's premature death in 1947, she attended Smith College, receiving her M.S.W. in 1951. Fully credentialed, and with eligibility all the rage, she became a supervisor in 1952, responsible for overseeing the work of child welfare case-workers in one of the Harlem offices.
Call Number
Sc Micro R-6777
Author
Herbert, Rietta Hines, 1911-1973.
Title
Rietta Hines Herbert papers, 1940-1969.
Type of Content
text
Type of Medium
unmediated
Type of Carrier
microfilm reel
Summary
Collection consists of material relating to Herbert's career, including biographical data; educational file with teaching material, class notes from Hunter College, and plans for class presentation; professional file consisting of child placement reports, instructional material, job performance evaluations, and reference material; and conference file with annual reports, notes, dedications, and other papers, relating to a conference at the University of Chicago School of Social Services, 1962, and to other conferences. Includes material relating to the New York State Department of Social Welfare and the New York City Department of Welfare (DW), Children's Placement Division.
Reproduction
Microfilm. New York: New York Public Library, 1977. 3 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (MN *ZZ-15533)
Biography
Rietta Hines Herbert (1911-1973) (also Rietta May Herbert) was an African American social worker employed in New York City from 1935 to 1965. Herbert spent most of her career as a social investigator and supervisor of child welfare in the Harlem offices of the DW. A magna cum laude graduate of Howard University with some graduate credit in accounting at Columbia University. Shortly after her husband's premature death in 1947, she attended Smith College, receiving her M.S.W. in 1951. Fully credentialed, and with eligibility all the rage, she became a supervisor in 1952, responsible for overseeing the work of child welfare case-workers in one of the Harlem offices.
Source
Alexander, Ethleen Gift 19740401 SCM77-21.
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Local Subject
Black author.
Research Call Number
Sc Micro R-6777
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