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Ripley, Mary - Audio Oral History Interview - CSWA ❧ Interviewed by John Milner on May 17, 1989. An interview with Mary Ripley as she discusses her entrance into social work education various positions held. ❧ Mary Ripley. Social work volunteer. Interviewed by John Milner. Date of interview: 5-17-89. 1 cassette tape (1 duplicate tape). Length of interview: 37 minutes (Side B only side A accidentally erased). Transcript of interview: 16 pp. CD containing interview and transcript. ❧ INTERVIEW TOPICS: Volunteer efforts to establish mental health services for LA's Asian community 1988 Women's Rights March on Washington changing role of women Palos Verdes organization on family planning National Organization of Volunteers Campaign for Heart Association-LA County role of women environmental changes role of volunteers in social work use of handicapped persons as volunteers social welfare agencies' need for directors of volunteers. ❧ ADDITIONAL MATEIRALS: 1. Typed outline of interview, by John Milner.
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