Heatherbank Museum of Social Work

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The Heatherbank Museum of Social Work is part of the Glasgow Caledonian University and is believed to be the only museum dedicated to social work.[1] Originally founded in Milngavie in 1975, the museum has since 2004 been subsumed into the Glasgow Caledonian University and is part of the University's research collection.

The material in the collection contains documents relating to Poor houses and the poor law and also holds the archive of the Association of Directors of Social Work.[2]

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