Consists of administrative records, including constitution and bylaws, minutes (1909-1950), correspondence (1909-1955), annual
and monthly reports (1910-1958), financial records (1923-1949), case histories, and membership lists. With these are newspaper
clippings and printed materials pertaining to the organization’s activities and scope of interests, particularly child and
infant health care and welfare, related health and education of mothers, and public health. Includes records of Community
Chest of San Francisco, of which the Baby Hygiene Committee was a member from 1922 to 1943; Children’s Committee of Associated
Charities (1919-1922); Certified Milk Fund (1910-1912); Mother’s Milk Bank; and Association of American University Women (1949-1964),
San Francisco branch.
In May of 1909, a group of concerned women formed the Certified Milk Fund Committee of the Association of Collegiate Alumnae
in order Francisco's poor." Aided by local dairies, the committee successfully reduced infant mortality through their city-wide
drive for uncontaminated milk. In addition to supplying milk, the Milk Fund Committee offered instruction in the care and
feeding of foster babies.
(5.5 Linear feet)
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holder, which must also be obtained by the reader.
Collection is open for research.