|Creator:||International Institute of New Haven (Connecticut).|
|Abstract:||Records (1928-1933) of the International Institute of New Haven, Connecticut, consist of minutes and reports of the Institute's Committee, corresondence and monthly reports, and miscellany including a "Study of Services for the Foreign-Born" done by the New Haven Council of Social Agencies.|
|Quantity:||1 microfilm reel.|
The International Institute of New Haven, Connecticut, was established in 1919 under the auspices of the YWCA. It separated from the YWCA in 1932, and in September of that year closed because of financial problems.
The International Institute of New Haven collection is available for public research.
The International Institute of New Haven collection is the physical property of the Immigration History Research Center, University of Minnesota.
For further information regarding the copyright, please contact the IHRC.
The International Institute of New Haven Records, General/Multiethnic Collection, Immigration History Research Center, University of Minnesota
Related collections at the IHRC are Records of the American Council for Nationalities Services as well as records of individual International Institutes in New Bedford (Mass.); Biddleford-Saco (Maine); Boston (Mass.); Buffalo (N.Y.); Lewiston (Maine); McKeesport (Pa.); Minnesota; New Castle (Pa.); Niagara Falls (N.Y.); St. Louis (Missouri); Baltimore (Md.); Jersey City (N.J.)
|Young Women's Christian Associations--New Haven, Connecticut.|
|Social work with immigrants--Connecticut--New Haven.|
|Social settlements--Connecticut--New Haven.|
|Refugees--Services for--Connecticut--New Haven.|
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