The Gladys Worthington Papers consist chiefly of talks, lectures, professional files, writings, and a small amount of personal
papers relating to her career as a relief worker during World War II and as a social worker in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Gladys Worthington (c. 1911-1982), born Gladys Guinaw, in her work as a social planning consultant played a leading role in
housing for senior citizens, particularly in Alameda County where she helped to establish Satellite Senior Homes, Inc. She
attended San Francisco's Girls' High School (1929), later receiving her Bachelor of Arts (1933) and a General Secondary Teaching
Certificate (1934) from the University of California, Berkeley. She graduated from the New York School of Social Work in 1940.
8 cartons, 1 oversize box, 1 oversize folder
10 linear feet
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