1. A plastic bookmark, gray and yellow, dated Dec. 8, 1987, inscribed with the logo of Baltimore - The City That Reads - the profile of a child with an open book. On one side is a quote from the Inaugural Address given on that date by Mayor Kurt L. Schmoke. Additionally, a pin that can be inserted in a lapel with the same logo is included. The slogan of “the city that reads” was actually born during the reign of Mayor William Donald Schaefer. More information regarding this initiative can be found in Series IV.
2. A worn white tee shirt “Celebrating Sally” - “Baltimore’s Best Solicitor” over a picture of Sally Michel, an extremely supportive civic leader of Mayor Schaefer and the convener of a group of influential women who initiated many civic, social and educational and economic endeavors during his tenure and into Mayor Schmoke’s term of office. More can be read about this group of business and professional women in Series IV.
3. A wooden mantle type small object with a “gold” label showing in large print V.O.P. --Very Overworked Person Pacifier.
4. A souvenir, enclosed in the original protective covering, of the Dedication Ceremony of the renovated Baltimore City Public Schools Administration Building on North Avenue on May 24, 1988. The Office of Social and Psychological Services, of which the SSW Service was a part, had moved into the lower level of that building prior to the actual ceremony.
5. Name tag, presenter badge, pens and pencils, all commemorating events and activities having relevance to social work involvements and anniversaries.
1. A commemorative quartz stone/wooden desk- top pen set, awarded for the 1989-90 “Supporting Reporting” Child Abuse and Neglect training and video project.
2. Wall Plaque of a letter dated December 10, 1977, from the president—BCPS School Social Workers’ Association.
3. Very well used Joan Harris desk name plate.