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(created by Cat Holbrook, February 2016) Collection Title: Papers of Eloise Bittel Cohen Call Numbers: MC 819 OVERVIEW OF CURRENT STATESize:42.29 linear feet - 33 cartons, 2 HB, 1/2 HB Accession information:2010-M27; 2010-M166; 2011-M35; 2011-M16; 2011-M180 Memos from office of Congressman Weston Vivian re: cases of constituents (1960s).
In the fall of 1937 Eloise, although she was dating Wilbur in Washinton, DC, enrolled at the New York School of Social Work.While she was in New York City, Eloise Cohen lived in the Church of All Nations Settlement House. Eloise Cohen volunteered for multiple organizations while she was raising her children, including the Democratic Party, the League of Women Voters, the Goodwill Club, and International Neighbors Club.Eloise and Wilbur Cohen were married on April 8, 1938, and three weeks later, left for Europe on a grant from the Social Science Research Council to study the social security coverage for farmers in England, France, Belgium, the Netherlands, and Czechoslovakia. She also became the Library Committee chairman and Special events chair for the Women's National Democratic Club.Upon their return to Washington, DC, Eloise Cohen completed a survey of the Surplus Commodities program, and served as Assistant Supervisor of Tenant Selection for low-rent housing. During the 1960s Cohen worked in the Washington, DC, office of Congressman Weston Vivian, assisting his constituents in utilizing "Project Head Start," which was a national pre-school program for poverty-stricken neighborhoods.The Cohen's rented an apartment for a short period of time in the former Rossdhu Castle in Chevy Chase, Maryland before and after their trip to Europe. The Cohen's moved from Washinton, DC, to Ann Arbor, Michigan, twice; first in 1956, and later in 1969, where Wilbur Cohen served both as professor at School of Social Work and as dean of the School of Education at the University of Michigan.The Cohen's traveled frequently to Israel, and two of their sons worked on the Kefar Blum Kibbutz during the 1960s.In 1961, the Cohen's returned to Washington, DC, after Wilbur Cohen was nominated as Assistant Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare for the Kennedy Administration.In 1967, Eloise Cohen became involved with the Congress for Appalachian Development, which raised money for a community school for orphans in Pipestem, West Virginia, and a mountain institute for graduate students in Eastern Kentucky.Eloise Cohen also volunteered on the Sub-Committee of Montgomery County, the Maryland Commission on Aging, the International Neighbors Club, and was a sponsor of the Hospitality and Information Service for Diplomatic Residents and Families.In November of 1968, Eloise and Wilbur Cohen traveled with First Lady Lady Bird Johnson on her final "This is our Country" trip to New Orleans, Louisiana, Denver, Colorado, and Eureka, California.In August of 1988, Eloise Cohen traveled to Kenya with her son Bruce and his wife Rosemary and their children.