The Rose Green papers consist of typescripts and reprints, 1934-1977, of Professor Green's professional papers and research
publications on social work. Also included is an oral history conducted in 1988.
Rose Green (1903-1997) was born and raised in Philadelphia. While attending the University of Pennsylvania, she became interested
in working with children with learning disabilities, and earned a Masters in Social Work in 1929 from Smith College. Her first
professional opportunity was with the Philadelphia Child Guidance Clinic. She went on to join the faculty of the University
of Minnesota (1942-1946), and then the faculty at the University of Southern California (1946-1966).
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