Goldsboro Bureau of Social Service
Gertrude Weil, 1879 - 1971
This Report to the Goldsboro Bureau of Social Service demonstrates many of Weil's beliefs and goals regarding social service work. In addition to providing direct assistance to needy families and individuals, Weil believed strongly that changes must be made to the social and economic systems to prevent desperate cases from arising in the future. She wished her organization's work to be not simply palliative, but of long-term significance.
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