Oral history interview with Jim Hansch

Part of the Oral history of the foundation of the CHIPS shelter. Jim Hansch discusses CHIPS (Christian Help in Park Slope), a Christian charitable organization in Brooklyn, N.Y. dedicated to helping the homeless. He talks about how he first came to New York and Arthur Sheehan House in Brooklyn, whic...

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Main Author: Hansch, Jim.
Other Authors: Marshall, Daniel, New York Catholic Worker Community.
Format: Cassette
Language: English
Published: 1981.
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520 |a Part of the Oral history of the foundation of the CHIPS shelter. Jim Hansch discusses CHIPS (Christian Help in Park Slope), a Christian charitable organization in Brooklyn, N.Y. dedicated to helping the homeless. He talks about how he first came to New York and Arthur Sheehan House in Brooklyn, which was affiliated with CHIPS. He discusses the day-to-day operations at the shelter and some of the services CHIPS provides. Interviewed by Daniel Marshall. 
518 |a Recorded in 1981, in Brooklyn, N.Y. 
590 |a Dorothy Day - Catholic Worker Collection, Series 9.1. 
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610 2 0 |a CHIPS. 
610 2 0 |a Arthur Sheehan House of Hospitality. 
650 0 |a Homeless persons  |x Housing  |z New York (State)  |z New York. 
650 0 |a Poor  |x Services for  |z New York (State)  |z New York. 
650 0 |a Homeless persons  |x Housing  |z New York (State)  |z Brooklyn (New York, N.Y.) 
650 0 |a Poor  |x Services for  |z New York (State)  |z Brooklyn (New York, N.Y.) 
655 0 |a Oral histories. 
700 1 |a Marshall, Daniel,  |c New York Catholic Worker Community. 
730 0 |a Oral history of the foundation of the CHIPS shelter.