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Julia Schoenfeld Scheeline

Julia Schoenfeld Scheeline, American social worker. Member American Sociological Society, Phi Beta Kappa.

Background

  • Scheeline, Julia Schoenfeld was born on April 19, 1878 in Bellaire, Ohio, United States. Son of Alexander and Rose (Hartman) Schoenfeld.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, Alleghany College, Meadville, Pennsylvania, 1897, honorary Master of Arts, 1915. Student Woman’s Medical College, Toronto, Canada, 1898. A.M., Columbia, 1909.

    Career

    • 1 son, Isaiah. Head resident, Columbian Settlement, Pittsburgh, 1900-1903. Secretary immigrant aid committee Council of Jewish Women, 1910-1911. Field secretary Playground Recreation Association America, 1911-1914.

      Director western division State of Pennsylvania Child Labor Association, 1913-1916. Head resident director of the Irene Kaufman Settlement, Pittsburgh, Pennyslvania, 1914-1916. County chairman, home and war relief, Woman’s Committee of Council National Defense, Blair County.

      Made investigation of amusement resources of working girls in New York City which led to first dance hall regulations. Investigation of after-care for tuberculosis patients discharged from New York sanitaria, which led to marked reforms.

    Membership

    Member American Sociological Society, Phi Beta Kappa.

    Connections

    • Married Isaiah Scheeline, of Altoona, Pennsylvania, September 25, 1916.
    • father: Alexander Schoenfeld
    • mother: Rose (Hartman) Schoenfeld
    • spouse: Isaiah Scheeline
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    Born April 19, 1878
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