Papers of Catherine Hoyt, 1907-1951
Catherine Hoyt was a Social Worker who worked with the Red Cross, Allegheny County Juvenile Court, and other agencies. The collection includes correspondence, writings, reports, notes and studies of a former probation officer of the Allegheny County Juvenile Court; studies relate to juvenile delinquency in the East End of Pittsburgh during the period 1908-1915.
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Go to Start, Disk Management-right click on Hard drive-enter the size of the new partition and you are on yur way. (1:23)

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