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Elizabeth Wickenden with Arthur Altmeyer

Elizabeth Wickenden with Arthur Altmeyer | Photograph | Wisconsin Historical Society
Elizabeth Wickenden, standing to the left of Arthur Altmeyer, was a social welfare and Social Security policy consultant, analyst, and writer, and professor of public policy and urban studies. Two women are unidentified.<p>She was a member of the federal Advisory Council on Public Welfare during the 1960s and President Kennedy's Task Force on Health and Social Security Legislation (1960-1961). As a consultant on public social policy, Wickenden analyzed and interpreted policy and legislation, studied problems, helped formulate goals and strategies, and promoted social action.<p>In 1978 she took on a leading role in the Study Group on Social Security and the Save Our Security Coalition.
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Elizabeth Wickenden, standing to the left of Arthur Altmeyer, was a social welfare and Social Security policy consultant, analyst, and writer, and professor of public policy and urban studies. Two women are unidentified.

She was a member of the federal Advisory Council on Public Welfare during the 1960s and President Kennedy's Task Force on Health and Social Security Legislation (1960-1961). As a consultant on public social policy, Wickenden analyzed and interpreted policy and legislation, studied problems, helped formulate goals and strategies, and promoted social action.

In 1978 she took on a leading role in the Study Group on Social Security and the Save Our Security Coalition.

RECORD DETAILS
Image ID:106315
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Creator Name:Christof Studio
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Collection Name:Wickenden, Elizabeth, 1909-2001 : Elizabeth Wickenden papers, 1885-2001
Genre:Photograph
Original Format Type:photographic print, b&w
Original Format Number:M2001-090
Original Dimensions:10 x 8 inches
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SUBJECTS
Dresses
Eyeglasses
Handbags
Hats
Neckties
Suits (Clothing)
Pensions
Indoor photography
Portraits, Group
Public welfare

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