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1Title:  Henry B. Ollendorff Photographs     
 Creator:  Ollendorff, Henry B. 
 Dates:  1947-2005 
 Abstract:  Henry B. Ollendorff (1906-1979) was a German-born and -trained lawyer who took up social work after coming to the United States to escape Nazi Germany. Head social worker at the Friendly Inn Social Settlement in 1943 and executive director of the Neighborhood Settlement Association in Cleveland, Ohio, from 1948-1963, Ollendorff founded the Cleveland International Program, which grew into the Council of International Programs, formally established in 1956 as a social worker exchange program designed to promote international understanding. In the next 22 years, the Cleveland International Program brought social workers from 105 countries to the United States. In 1978, trustees of the Council established a foundation in Ollendorff's name to continue his efforts toward world peace and friendship. The collection consists of 102 color prints, 93 black and white prints, 171 35mm slides, and 4 strips of 35mm color negatives (16 images) for a total of 382 images. 
 Call #:  PG 588 
 Extent:  0.20 linear feet (1 container) 
 Subjects:  Cleveland International Program | Council of International Fellowship | Council of International Programs | Exchange of persons programs | Ollendorff, Henry B. 1906- 1979 | Social workers -- Ohio -- Cleveland | Student exchange programs
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