Shelby Millard Harrison

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Shelby Millard Harrison (born 1881, date of death unknown) was a director of the Russell Sage Foundation,[1] in charge of the Babe Ruth Foundation, as well as a writer.[2][3]

Notable works[edit]

  • "Social Conditions In An American City: A Summary Of The Findings Of The Springfield Survey" (1920)
  • "Welfare problems in New York, city which have been studied and reported upon during the period from 1915 through 1925"
  • "Community action through surveys" (1916)
  • "Social case workers and better industrial conditions" (1918)

Personal life[edit]

Shelby Millard Harrison was born on February 15, 1881 in Leaf River, Illinois, a son of James Franklin and Mary Ellen (Helman) Harrison. He died in 1970 in New York City.[4]


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