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1 HANCOCK, Lawrence T. Story of the Maritime School of Social Work 1941-1969. First Edition
Maritime School of Social Work of Dalhousie University, Halifax, 1992, 
HANCOCK, Lawrence T. The Story of the Maritime School of Social Work 1941-1969. Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada : (The Maritime School of Social Work of Dalhousie University), 1992. First Edition. Pp (3),iv-x,1-278. Illustrated with a few b&w photos. 8vo, illustrated white cardcovers, with front cover sketch by L.B. Jenson. "'The Story of the Maritime School of Social Work' documents the first twenty-eight years in the evolution of Atlantic Canada'sfirst school of social work. The author, who was director of the school fr om 1949 to 1973, has compiled a thorough record of the school's struggles and triumphs while paying tribute to the men and women whose dedication and vision bring the story to life." - from the rear cover. Contents: 1. "Why Don't We Set Up a School...?"; 2. The Gate to Professionalism; 3. Coming of Age; 4. Home at Last. With the following appendices: A. First School Calendar, 1941-42; B. By-Laws; C. Memorandum of Affiliation; D. Montgomery Report: Tables I - III; E. Tribute to Dr. Prince by F.R. MacKinnon [pp.235-239, on Dr. Samuel Henry Prince (b. January 22, 1886, Hammond River, New Brunswick - d. October 19, 1960, Montreal]; F. Council on Social Work Education Report by M. Sikkema; G. Faculty Brief: March 28, 1966; H. Executive CommitteeReport: March 28, 1966; I. Memorandum from F.R. MacKinnon: June 6, 1966; J . Nova Scotia Association of Social Workers Brief: June 27, 1966; K. AlumniAssociation Brief: June 23, 1967. Very good. 20.00

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2 HANCOCK, Lawrence T. Story of the Maritime School of Social Work 1941-1969. First Edition, Signed
Maritime School of Social Work of Dalhousie University, Halifax, 1992, 
HANCOCK, Lawrence T. The Story of the Maritime School of Social Work 1941-1969. Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada : (The Maritime School of Social Work of Dalhousie University), 1992. First Edition. Pp (3),iv-x,1-278. Illustrated with a few b&w photos. 8vo, illustrated white cardcovers, with front cover sketch by L.B. Jenson. "'The Story of the Maritime School of Social Work' documents the first twenty-eight years in the evolution of Atlantic Canada'sfirst school of social work. The author, who was director of the school fr om 1949 to 1973, has compiled a thorough record of the school's struggles and triumphs while paying tribute to the men and women whose dedication and vision bring the story to life." - from the rear cover. Contents: 1. "Why Don't We Set Up a School...?"; 2. The Gate to Professionalism; 3. Coming of Age; 4. Home at Last. With the following appendices: A. First School Calendar, 1941-42; B. By-Laws; C. Memorandum of Affiliation; D. Montgomery Report: Tables I - III; E. Tribute to Dr. Prince by F.R. MacKinnon [pp.235-239, on Dr. Samuel Henry Prince (b. January 22, 1886, Hammond River, New Brunswick - d. October 19, 1960, Montreal]; F. Council on Social Work Education Report by M. Sikkema; G. Faculty Brief: March 28, 1966; H. Executive CommitteeReport: March 28, 1966; I. Memorandum from F.R. MacKinnon: June 6, 1966; J . Nova Scotia Association of Social Workers Brief: June 27, 1966; K. AlumniAssociation Brief: June 23, 1967. Very good. Signed, with inscription on f irst page, by the author. 25.00

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