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Fred Smith Hall

Fred Smith Hall, American social worker. Member American Association Social Workers, National Conference Social Work, Alpha Delta Phi.

Background

  • Hall, Fred Smith was born on June 2, 1870 in Washington, District of Columbia. Son of George A. and Sarah S. (Smith) Hall.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, Wesleyan University, 1893. Doctor of Philosophy., Columbia, 1898.

    Career

    • With United States Census Bureau, 1899-1902. Secretary New York Child Labor Committee, 1903. Assistant secretary City Club of New York, 1904-1905.

      Head worker Newark Neighborhood House, 1906-1907. Secretary Pennsylvania Child Labor Association, 1908-1911. Associate director Charity Organisation Department, Russell Sage Foundation, 1911-1928.

      Editor Social Work Year Book, 1929-1935. Chairman Committee for Social Action (New Jersey area) of the Congressional and Christian Churches, 1937-1938.

    Works

    • Author: Sympathetic Strikes and Sympathetic Lockouts, 1898. American Marriage Laws (with Elizabeth Brooke), 1919. Medical Certification for Marriage, 1925.

      Child Marriages (with Mary E. Richmond), 1925. Marriage and the State (with Mary E. Richmond), 1929. Contributor articles to professional publications.

    Religion

    Denomination: Conglist

    Membership

    Member American Association Social Workers, National Conference Social Work, Alpha Delta Phi.

    Connections

    • Married Jennie E. Orcutt, of Stafford Springs, Connecticut, July 12, 1906.
    • father: George A. Hall
    • mother: Sarah S. (Smith) Hall
    • spouse: Jennie E. Orcutt
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