WHITE HOUSE OFFICE OF RECORDS MANAGEMENT SUBJECT FILE: WELFARE (WE)

Research Availability:
Open - all records in the subject category have been processed and are available for research
Partial - some of the records in the subject category have been processed and available for research
None - no records in the subject category have been processed nor made available for research

 
File Code Description Research
Availability
WE

Welfare

Partial
WE001

Children

Partial
WE001-01

Child Welfare Services

Partial
WE002

Correctional Institutions

Partial
WE003

Family Planning – Abortion (6.8 l.ft.; boxes 1-17 + Oversize Box 1)
This secondary subject category contains material relating to abortion and the opposing opinions regarding it's legality; proposed laws and Constitutional amendments that would restrict access to abortion; the use of federal funds by groups providing or counseling on abortion and family planning (such as under Title X of the Public Health Service Act); the 1984 International Conference on Population and Abortion; the use of federal funds for international organizations involved in abortion and other aspects of family planning; parental notification for minors seeking abortions; Presidential messages to pro-life groups; and Administration correspondence on abortion with organizations and individuals (mostly those opposed to unrestricted abortion). There is also material on general family planning issues; the 1982 “Baby Doe” infanticide case, 1986-1989 material regarding pro-family issues and policies and includes Administration working groups on the family; and some material on organizations encouraging adoptions.

Open
WE004

Fund Drives

Partial
WE004-01

United Community Campaigns

Partial
WE005

Geriatrics

Partial
WE006

Physical Fitness

Partial
WE007

Social Security

Partial
WE008

Vocational Rehabilitation

Partial
WE009

Youth Programs

Partial
WE010

Poverty Programs

Partial
WHITE HOUSE RECORDS MANAGEMENT SUBJECT CATEGORY DESCRIPTION:

This primary category contains material relating to the welfare, environment and physical fitness of all people; developing community welfare services; physically handicapped; family planning; and social trends.