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Martha Green
The History of Social Work

Martha Green was appointed to the faculty as assistant professor on a U.S. Vocational Rehabilitation grant. Formerly she had been a social work supervisor at Plymouth State Home and Training School. She served on the faculty for two years, teaching in the areas of social casework and field instruction.