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Minnie Barton

Founder

Children's Institute , Inc.

HQ Phone:  (213) 385-5100

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Children's Institute , Inc.

711 S. New Hampshire Avenue

Los Angeles, California,90005

United States

Company Description

Children's Institute, Inc. (CII), a private, nonprofit organization, has served children and families in the Los Angeles community for more than 100 years. CII has created one of the nation's strongest models for working with children affected by violence-incl... more.

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Children's Institute, Inc.: Past Event Galleries

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CII founder Minnie Barton would have been beaming with pride to know that her great, great twin grandsons celebrated their 11th birthday by hosting a party for children at the agency's Torrance campus.
Barton dedicated her life to helping...


Women in the LAPD - Los Angeles Police Department

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Los Angeles' second policewoman, Minnie Barton, befriended several homeless girls while working with young women on parole or probation.
Often these girls had nowhere else to go and no prospects for the future, so she attempted to help them rebuild their lives by taking them into her home and offering them vocational training. In 1917, she founded the "Minnie Barton Home.


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Officer Barton started a home for the girls, and over the years her charity work led to the formation of a United Way agency known today as the "Big Sister League".


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Officer Barton started a home for the girls, and over the years her charity work led to the formation of a United Way agency known today as the "Big Sister League".


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Officer Barton started a home for the girls, and over the years her charity work led to the formation of a United Way agency known today as the "Big Sister League".


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