Goleman's Papers consist chiefly of correspondence, reports, minutes, proposals and
printed materials pertaining to the activities of the various advisory committees of
which she was a member, including: the Governor's Advisory Committee on Children and
Youth (1951-1954); the Governor's Advisory Committee on Mental Health (1959-1966); the
Board of Corrections Committee to Study the Los Guilicos School (1953); and, the Stockton
Community Council (1954-1974). The Papers also contain a small body of materials
pertaining to Goleman's activities as an educator at the College of the Pacific
A sociologist and educator, Fay Goleman received an M.S.S. from Smith College. She then
taught Social Work and Family Relations at the College of the Pacific, Stockton, Calif.
(1937-1976), where she also participated in the establishment of a Department of Clinical
Services in the School of Education (1951). Goleman was a member of the Governor's
Advisory Committee on Children and Youth (1951-1954), the Board of Corrections Committee
to Study the Los Guilicos School for Girls riots (1953), the Governor's Advisory
Committee on Mental Health (1959-1966) and the Stockton Community Council (1954-1974).
She was also Director of the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education Mental
Health Summer Work Study Program (1960-1970) and member of the Northern California Family
Relations Council (1964-1965).
Collection is open for research.