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The Social Service Workers Club of York County was organized in January 1946 to promote acquaintance and fellowship among social workers of Rock Hill; to encourage better understanding and appreciation of the principles of social service in general and as they apply to Rock Hill and vicinity, as well as to other agencies in the community.
Scope and Content Note
The Social Service Workers Club of York County Records of a history, constitutions, and by-laws, minutes, correspondence, financial records, membership and officer lists, newsletters and newspaper clippings documenting the history and activities of the club which is composed of representatives of health, welfare, and recreation agencies in the county and whose purpose is to promote understanding and friendly relations between workers of the various agencies.
The records of the Social Service Workers Club of York County were received by the Winthrop Archives from Dr. Dorothy Jones, Mr. Martin Hope and Mrs. Virginia Mayo on various dates during the 1977-1978 fiscal year.
Social Work, Sociology, Social Clubs, York County SC
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Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "Social Service Workers Club of York County Records - Accession 127". Finding Aid 259.
LC Subject Headings
Social Service Workers Club of York County--Archives; Social service--Societies, etc.; Clubs--South Carolina--York County