Membership and Participation in Professional Associations, Organizations, Congresses, Etc.
- 1911 - 1972
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This Series relates to the Gluecks' professional activities other than their research and writing. Sheldon and Eleanor T. Glueck were active in both American and international associations which were concerned with mental illness and mental health, social welfare, child psychiatry, delinquency, crime and penal law, and they regularly attended conferences and congresses devoted to these subjects both in this country and abroad.
Series includes correspondence; agenda of meetings and congresses; newspaper clippings; manuscripts of papers read by Gluecks individually or jointly; photos and other memorabilia. Period covered is primarily the 1950's and 1960's, although there is a small group of material relating to ETG's membership in professional organizations in the 1940's.
Arrangement is alphabetical within each sub-series.
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