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Minimum wage, 322, 355

Cigar industry, 86

Confectionery industry, 386
Minneapolis, relief. 343
Minnesota, in-service training, 90

Institution libraries. Ill

State Board of Control, 311

Stillwater prison, 27

Unemployed youth, 206
Minnesota, University of, 85, 90
Miss Bailey Says, 45, 169
Missouri, merit system, 244

Old age pensions, 115

Public assistance, 82

Success story (cartoon), 2

Tiff mines, 1 5
Monetary system, 333
Mooney case, 351
Moors House, 249
Mortality, youth, 214
Mortality rates, 62
Moses, Robert, housing plan, 384
Mosquitoes, 326
Motherhood, 392
Mothers, 38

A world safe for mothers, 104



, .

Kleeck, Mary van, 151
Klein's Work Accidents to Minors in



Me Nair aim l.ewis nusmcsa otiv. rt wuuu onv .

cm Society, 331 . Motherwell, Hiram, 91
Macy E. A., Marriages insured against ^ t sj nai Hospital, 327
m.:i: ')&') \fnvi* rcnsorshiD. 210



lin, i\. vj., tJj ftj' i,i- mr

urncane, New England 356 I! mois. 3 95

lutfs The Post-War History of the Knebcl, A. O., death

I?,;. ,h \v^rkin Clau. 298 Kneeland. Hildegarde,



British Working Class, 298

I

Illinois, delinquent employers, 243

Medical services in prisons, 21

Old age allowances, 321

Old age assistance, 211

Overcrowding of institutions, 3^

Relief. 240, 266, 343

Work accidents to minors, 395
Illinois, University of. Psychiatric In-
stitute, 214
Illiteracy, Louis



Knebel, A. G., deatn
Kneeland. Hildegarde, 319
Knight, II. R.. 227, 237 (ill.), 248
Knudsen. W S., 35
Kosciuszko Foundation, 24
Kotschnig's Unemployment in the

Learned Professions, 93
Kruifs The Fight for Life, 272

Ku'.*rhe-pubHc Assistance Worker,
60



syphilis, 262

Maine, old age assistance, 289

Maki, F. N. (letter), 27

Malaria, 326

Malisoff's The Span of Life, 60

Malkus, Hubert, 353

Marcus, G. F., 360

Maring, Helen, Charity (verse), 72

Maritime Provinces, cooperative move-
ment, 287

Marriage, laws, 357

Syphilis and, 262 .

Marriage Hygiene (magazine), 391

Marston's The Lie Detector lest, 364

Martin, Mary, 169
. 11.




..237

i sayings by.



. 265

Child placements, 1 1 5
Old aqe assistance, 241

*, campaign against, 267
nary merit system, 294
Indianapolis, relief, 343



Lane, R. P.. 80

Portrait in group, 236
Lane, W. D., 277
Letter to Billy Cogswell on

prevention, 110
Lansburgh. R H 320
David, 286



Indianapolis, relief, 343 Lasser, David, 2

Industrial insurance, British methods, Laundries, 322 .

61 . Lazo and Bletz's Who Gets Your 1-ood

Industrial life insurance, twilight of, Dollar?, 363

204 League of Nations, health plans, 22



Wi

Industrial relations, books, 141
Infant mortality, 357

Rates (map), 39
Infantile paralysis. 267
Inner life, 271



League ot nations, c
Learned, W. S.. 85
Lee, Joseph, 249
Lee, P. R- 148 .

Retirement (with portrait), 38
Leet, Glen, Amendment season fc



inner me, t i i-cci, vj->. * .

Institute for Propaganda Analysis, 11 c i a l security, 373

Institution libraries in Minnesc'



Insurance, 52

Employer reports, 212

Lump sum claims, 52

Reports on accounts. 212

V, i lows and minors, 212

See also Industrial life insurance
Insurance movie, 52
Insurances, 389

Social work and, 158
Interpretation, 45
Iowa, old-age assistance, 266
IrviiiKton House, 214
Isaacs. Stanley (letter), 361



Jacobson's You Can Sleep Well, 398
Jails, 213

National Association, 213, 354
Jarrett, M. C., 376
Jastrow's The Betrayal of Intelligence,

332

Jersey City, 58, 260
Jewish philanthropic societies, 215



,_ cial security, J/3

inesota, 311 Lehman, H. H., housing and, 49
La Guardia and, 115
Life insurance and, 78
Leiffer's City and Church in Trans

Leisefson's Right and Wrong in Labor
Relations, 252

Inde's What of the Blind?, 395
Lerrigo, R. A., Case of the category,

New'Vork starts central financing,

Social work stretches its tent (rejiort

of Seattle conference), 227
Letters, 27, 58, 123, 218, 329, 361

Complimentary, 250
Levine, Harry, 5
Lewisohn, Adolph, death, 296
Libraries, 366

Cooperation with hospitals, 327

Indiana, 216

Institution libraries in Minnesota,
311



Old age allowances, 289

Punishment of crime, 291

Welfare and relief, report, 116
Matanuska, 323
Maternal mortality, 357

Rates (map), 39
Maternity, 104, 246
Maternity homes, 327
Mathewson, Stanley, 249
Mathisen, Mathilda, 327
Matsner, E. M., 39
Matthews. W. H., 70, 393

These past five years, 70
Maxwell, Helen, 235
May and Doob's Competition and Co-
operation, 29
Mayo;L. W., letter to Billy Cogswell

on crime prevention, 108
Meade's Consumers' Credits and Un-
employment, 270

Medi'ca'l'care^. 79, 233, 332, 391

AM A plan, 47

A. MA position, 238

Medical care but how?, 162

National plan, 118
Medical Cooperatives, 293
Medical costs, 356
Medical service, airplanes for, 267

American Public Welfare Associa
tion report, 267

District of Columbia, 113

Pennsylvania, state paid, 323
Medical social work, 327
Medical social workers, 269
Medicine, 271, 272

Battle front, 286
Meegan, William, death, 394
Melvin, B. L., 209
Menefee, S. C, 394

Old folks go union, 9



iIl, .^111. s. .vw|r>* -g -

Movie censorship, 210
Municipal Year Book 1937,- 93
Muntz's Urban Sociology, 334
Myerson, Abraham, 202
Myrick, H. L., 21o

N

Names, personal, 324
Nassau County, N. Y., relief, 340
National Conference of Social Work,
359

Facts and figures, 237

Follies at Seattle, 237

Officers and next meeting

Past presidents, list with

Plan for annual meetings, 90
Plan for change of procedure, 237
Seattle meeting, report, 227
Special committees at Seattle, 228
Travelers' notebook, 59
Various committees and meetings.

Volunteer reporters at Seattle, list,

227

National Education Association, con-
vention, 210

National Health Conference, 3M
National Institute of Public Affairs, 90
NLRB See Labor Relations Board
National Resources Committee, on in-
come distribution, 319
National Youth Administration, 53, 86,
389

Guidance and placement, 86

Out-of-school voung people, 86

Resident training, 86

Student part time jobs, 288
Nil. C. A7360, 361, 362

Am I a social worker?, 282
Nebraska, old age assistance, 321
Negroes, 252

Aged Negress, 289

Harlem, jobs, 290

Health. 392

Louisville, 13

Race and personality, 325

Two items, 351

Nelson, *D. M., 287

Nemours Foundation, 3?2

Nesbitt, Florence, comment on .Mrs.

Karlow's article, 185
Neumann, Henry (letter), 27
Neustadt, R. M., 228
Nevada, 83
New Brunswick, 287
New England hurricane, 356
New Hampshire, 52
New Haven. Conn., relief. 340



"chifd'Caring Group, 293
ew Jersey, delinquency, 21,
Institutional population, 388



VI

Old age assistance, 289
Public welfare conference, 116
Relief, 266, 289, 324, 341
Relief report, 387
Welfare Council, 90
Working women, 291
New ^Orleans, Touro-Shakespeare Home,

New York (city), board of survey re-
port on relief. 114

Central financing, 67

Child guidance and difficult homes.
288

Chronic sick, 376

Cooperative Health Association, 325

Crime study, 39D

Crimes, 213

Crippled children, 267

Cumulative pupil records, 325

Department of Public Welfare re-
port, 387

Diphtheria, 293

Hospital Council of Greater New



Index



Jobs for girls, 299
Moses housing plan. 384
New relief taxes, 208
1 arental training, 292
Police Athletic League. 291
I reventive medicine, 392
Relief, 17, 340
Relief expenditures, 240
Relief picture, 99
School report, 209
Welfare Council, 67
WPA, 50

NeW 2U rk (state) ' c ll<lren's courts.

Citizen committees on public wel-

tare, 116
Co 9 f ectK>nery and laundry industries,

Constitutional convention and social

welfare, 266

Delinquent employers, 292
Non-settled persors, care of, 388
Nurse Practice bill, 48
Old age help, 267
Old age security, 212

IS 3 "' 3 ' examination for syphilis,
Public school system, 385
Relief repayment, 294
Secondary schools, 16
Syphilis and marriage, 326
Transients, 294
Unemployment benefits, 52

trd r 324 1!UreaU f Insurance Con -

New ,Y' rk S ch o1 of Social Work, 120,
^47, 382

Graduates, 55

New York University, 90, 267 325
Newcomer, Mabel, 18
Newspapers, 45
Newsletter, W. I., 295

The other side, 378
Newsletter, Feldstein and Newcomb's

Group Adjustment, 396
Newton, Hazel, portrait in group, 236
Nineteen thirty eight, 261
North, J. R., 290
North Carolina, 83

Institutions, 321

Syphilis campaign, 22
Norway, new insurance law, 389
Nova bcotia, cooperators, 245, 287
November elections, 384
Nurses, 91, 217, 249, 294, 328

1'rench nurses, 294

Illness among, 294

Oh. those nurses!, 102

Personal notes, 394

Social workers and, 73, 102

What is a nurse?, 48
Nursing, 294, 364

Community experiment, 393

I raining in New York State, 294

O

Obstetrics, 392
Ohio, 15, 393

Civil service act, 316

Old age allowances, 321

Old age assistance, 315, 350, 385

Old age assistance and politics, 289

Relief, 82, 206, 240

Relief bills, 47

Social security, delinquency, 20
Ohio State University, 25
Oklahoma, 50, 265, 289

Assistance services, 79

Federal funds, 211

Old age assistance, 385

Public assistance, 115

Social Security Board and 241
Old age, 16

Homes, 115

Independence, 211

Miscellany on, 60

Old folks go union, 9
Old age assistance, 211, 321, 373

Ohio and, 315

Record and report, 322
Old age insurance, 20, 243, 353, 374

Age and sex of cardholders, 353

Coverage, 374

First figures, 353



New considerations, 243
Record and report, 353
Survivors' benefits, 371

Old Age Reserve, 283, 374

Oliver, E. I,., 230, 231

Omaha, 115
Relief, 343

Oregon, 384

Claim books, 324

Organizations, 56

Osborne, H. V., 293

Oxford Pledge, 53



Package libraries, 216

Palmer and Alphers 40,000,000 Guinea

Pig Children, 30

Pamphlets, 224, 251. 297, 336, 400
Parenthood, planned, 113
Parents, training of, 292
Parole, 8

Parole officer's day, 7
Parran, Thomas, 22, 118, 239, 246, 248

A world safe for mothers, 104
Parsons, H. C., 88
Partymiller, Walt, Seen in Seattle

(sketches), 232
Passamaquoddy, 53
Patronage, Senate and, 78
Patten, S. N., 136, 137 (portrait)
Paulding's Charles B. Stover, 365
Paupers, 361

New Jersey, 324
Peabody, George F., death, 122
Peace play, contest, 216
Pearson, Paul M., death, 122
Peck, L. M., 153

Pennsylvania, aged and dependent per-
sons, 388

Department of Public Assistance, 51,

Employment Board, 105, 107

Medical service, state paid, 323

Negro health, 392

Relief, 17, 81, 208, 290

Relief and pensions, 387

Rural worker and examinations, 107

Unemployment benefits, 52

w fA employment, nature, 199, 200

(table)

Pennsylvania, University of 90
Penology, 40
Pension union, 9
Perkins, Frances, 78, 150, 385
Personality, 298

^btSf^V 21 ' 8 "' 269 '

Persons, W. F., 228

Philadelphia, Dorothy Kahn and, 320

Relief, 341

YMCA, 55
Philanthropy, 265
Physicians. See Doctors
Pittsburgh, Family Society of Alle-
gheny Country, 359

Irene Kauffman Settlement, 110

Medical guidance, 323

.Relief, 341

Pittsburgh, University of 295
Planning, 165, 332 '

Yearbook, 93
Plant, J. S., New Jersey looks at its

young delinquents, 277
Politics, 174

Relief and, 286

Social work and, 138
Poor Law Commission, England, 279
Poorhouses, 76

Popenoe, Paul, Sterilization in prac-
tice, 202

Post, James H., death, 122
Post's The Challenge of Housing, 395
letter, E. C., portrait in group, 236
Poverty, 196

Undeserved, 82
Pratt, G. K., 171
Pregnancy, syphilis test, 214
Prescott's Emotion and the Educative

Process, 330

Presidents and such, 248
Preventive medicine, New York City,

Prices, 330

Pringle, J. C., 217

Pringle's Social Work of the London

Churches, 124
Prisoners, cost of a prisoner, 292

Wisconsin, 27
Prisons, 40, 87, 213, 231

Congress, 354

Federal aid, 383

Labor, 354

Medical services in, 21

Personnel, 24

Radio in, 117

Tennessee, 390

Women's 87
Probation, 231, 235, 291

Literature, 87

National Association, 235
Probationary schools, 213
Professional growing pains, 169
Professional notes, 23, 55, 89, 120, 215,
247, 268, 295, 358, 392

Publications, 55, 269, 359
Professions, unemployment in, 93
Profit sharing, 303, 355
Propaganda, 117



Pryblzka, John, 204
Psychiatry, 23, 214, 395
Psychology, 92
Psychotherapy, 366
Public administration, 90

Schools and buildings, 25
Public assistance, 115, 155, 241, 289

Aid by quota, 82

States and, 82

Types in urban areas (graph), 83
Public assistance worker, 60
Public health, 21, 54, 88, 118, 213, 246,
267, 293, 326, 357, 391

Blood banks, 357

Federal grants, 327

Findings of National Health Inven-
tory, 54

News, 119, 246

Notes, 326

Publications, 22, 163, 392

Research, 326
Public health nursing, 253, 392, 393

Books, 186

Placement service, 294
Public libraries, 366
Public service, 248, 296, 360

Bane, Frank, in, 344

Social workers in (portraits), 160-
161

Training in, 267, 325
Public service fellowship, 393
Public service scholarships, 120
Public welfare, 20, 116, 233

APWA conference, 20

In-service training for, 310, 347

Publications, 139, 269

Taxpayers' and contributors, reac-
tions, 173

Whose job is what?, 155
Public welfare agencies, 310
Publicity, 58, 228, 235

By way of the barn door, 345

Uses of, 268



Quoddy Village, 86

R

Radcliffe College, 90

Radio, educational broadcasts, 53

Railroads

Employes' insurance, 210
Workers, 243
Rainey's How Fare American Youth?,

94
Rainwater, J. H., portrait and note,

161

Rail's Religion and Public Affairs, 304
Randall's Personnel Policies in Public

Health Nursing, 253
Range, Col. and Mrs. W. H., death,

239

Ratner, Harry, 110
Raushenbush, P. A., 19
Raymond, M. H., 213
"React," 27
Reading, 311, 366
Reasonableness, 157
Recreation, 53, 295, 365

Books, 166



Leadership, 295
National Congress, 359



Society of Recreation Workers, 359
Red Cross, 79, 398

Enrollments, 23

Flood echoes, 218

New chief, 206

Red Cross Nursing Service, 360
Refugees, German, 111

United States and, 112
Regli's A Primer of Bookkeeping for

Cooperatives, 125
Rehabilitation, WPA and, 291
Reitman's Sister of the Road, 94
Relief, 30, 114, 143, 208, 240. 266, 289,
383

Administrative methods, 279

Benefits and, 210

Business upturn and, 386

Cartoons, 338

Category relief, 5

Chicago and Cleveland, 194 (ill.),
195, 196

City-owned houses for relief clients,
289

Clients, 142, 143

Compensation and, 208

Costs, 241

Crisis, IIS

Data on public relief, 80

Expenditure problems, 18

Grim figures, 265

Increasing need, 36

Job finding joins relief, 263

Literature, 82

Local situations all around the coun-
try, 340

May, 1938, 194, (ills.), 195

Must go on, 112

New York City, 99

Non-categorical, 123

Notes, 323

November 1938, 339

Picture for 1938, 17

Politics and, 70, 286

Proposals and programs, 35

Public and private, federal and state,
155



Publications, 18, 290

Reliefers as paupers, 361

Repayment, 294

Research and report, 240

Roosevelt and, 240

Single person cases, 290, 387

Standard, 208

Statistics, 209

"This business of relief," 35

Trend of expenditures, 80

Urban areas (graph), 82

Women alone, 281

WPA and, 322
Religion, health and, 121
Rent, control, 49
Research Council on Problems of A

cohol, 350

Resnick, Louis, 216
Retirement plans, 120

Boston, 91
Reynolds, B. C., 56
Rhinebeck, N. Y., 393
Rhoades's The Self You Have to Liv

With, 271

Rich, Margaret, portrait and note, 35' i
Richmond, food allowance, 82
Richmond, M. E., 136, 137 (portrait)
Rights, worker and employer, 58
Roberts, Kingsley, 293
Roberts, Turney (letter), 27
Robinson, W. O., 389
Rochester, N. Y., Hillside Home for

Children, 24

Rockefeller Foundation, liberalized pro

visions affecting endowments, 113

Roosevelt, Eleanor, comment on Mrs

Farlow's article, ISO
Ropchan, Alexander, 233
Rosanoff's Manual of Psychiatry am

Mental Hygiene, 395
Rosenwald Fund, schools and, 16
Roslyn, L. I., 117
Ross, Mary, 211

Ross's Principles of Sociology, 304
Rotch, A. G., 91
Rover boys, 105
Rubinow, I. M., 149

Memorial, 217
Rural people, 345, 346
Rural services, 244
Rural social work, 345
Rural social workers, 308, 345, 380
Russell Sage Foundation, 56

Publications, 269
Rust Foundation, 355



Safety, 330

St. Cloud Reformatory, 311

St. Louis, Mo.

Bureau for Men, 25, 290
Health association note, 392
Relief, 81

St. Paul, Minn., relief, 343
Salaries, college faculties, 85

Social work, 259
Sales resistance, 30
Salmon Memorial Lectures, 121, 298
Samuelson, E. E., 213
San Diego, 24
San Francisco, 24
New agency, 244
Relief, 344

Savings bank life insurance, 78, 112
Sayings, 1, 33, 65, 193, 225, 257, 273,

305, 337, 369
Quotations from past presidents of

the National Conference, 168
Schafer, A. L. (letter), 218
Schaper, W. S., 85
Schilder's Psychotherapy, 366
Schmid's Social Saga of Two Cities,

253

Scholarships, 55
Schools, 85, 117, 288, 325
Delinquency and, 390
Jobs and school, relation, 201
Lighting, 53

New York State system, 385
Population changes and, 84
Schools of social work, 23, 215, 247
Schweinitz, Karl de, 51, 91, 105, 107
Schwellenbach, L. B., 230
Sears, Amelia, 146
Seasonal workers, 243
Seattle, 59

NCSW at, 227, 237
Pension union, 9
Relief, 17, 344

Secretaries of state conferences, hand-
book for, 247

Security in social work, 259
Security or the Dole? (pamphlet),

Sedgwick County, Kansas, juvenile
court, 375

Seidman's Labor Czars, 333

Self-reliance, 144

Senate Committee on Relief, 23

Sergei's The Women in the House, 363

Service stripes, 122

Settlement conference, 247

Settlements, books, 153

Sewell's China Through a College win-
dow, 300

Sex, youth and, 301, 303

Seyffert, Leopold, 98



Index



vn



nnan Nature at Work, 2j4
rnian. Texas. 108
t list. ; >
I poor, 162
ness. 54. 356
ce also Illness
cam insurance, 325

SiVtch, M. K.. portrait, 98

..liege, 247

>h.irecropper, 60

and country, 10
ne (letter), 329
h. Lucille M.. 394

action, social workers and, I!
agencies, retirement plans, l-'O
ling financial support (or, 177
change, 127
front 17. 40, 80. 114, 208, 240,

1. .1S2, 386

Record and report, 288
Social front of 25 yean as recorded

in The Survey, 146-151
Social hygiene, clinic, 268

.-. 246
,-e Research Council,

:i the Depression, 28
Social sciences, placement* of students

i graduates, 358
Social security. 124, 349

tcrence, 84

i cartoon), 2
laturc, 84

Sii.il security act, 94, 151, 371, 373,
375

ministration, 83

Amendment season for social securi-
ty. 373

th insurance, 375
age reserve, 374
Permanent total disability, 374
Proposed changes. 20, 84, 349
Third birthday. 265
Social Security Board, 205, 344, 349

ations, 20
Bookkeeping, 243

is; names; records, 52
.s, 389

I studies, 21
ip portraits, 258
HOhfo administration and, 315

-s report, 48
. rement plan, 21
State reports, 83, 211
Social Security Bulletin (magazine).

211

Social Service Employes Unon, 268
Social studies, 92

Social welfare, these past five years, 70
Social work, at the grass roots, 307
Democracy in, 27
Expansion, 137

Insurances and social work, 158
Interpretation, study, 120

onnel, 157
icers, 136
Politics and, 138

uicity. 58
Rural, 345
Schools of, 23, 215, 247

;ty in, 259
Techniques, 140
Social Work Publicity Council, 120,

228, 235, 358
Awards, 247
Social workers. 218, 274, (ill.), 275,

Am 1 a social worker?, 282
As we find ourselves, 135

-cs and, 73, 102
Placement for, 317
Social action and, 152
Unionism for, 231, 260
Unmet needs, 121
\\ho are they?, 169
Sociology, 304
Solenberger. E. D., 143
Somers, H. M., Job finding join relief

263

Sonervell, B. B., 355
, stimulus in, 16
South Bend, 1ml., 358
TH Regions, 254
i. 91, 218
i hildren, 58

ilding, F. T., 16
Spoils system, 138

. <-r. (iertrude, 133
"Maybe when we get our growth,'

169
Relief in November 1938, 339



Speaking of interpretation . . . ,"

"This business of relief," 35
Springfield. Mass, 248
Squibb Institute for Medical Research.

326

Stanford Education Conference, 118
State coordination. 55
State Division of Child Welfare, 261
State welfare work, 156
States. 204

Assistance statistics, 388

Social Security Hoard and, 49
Steel workers, summer schools, 290
Stephens. Sarah, 289
Sterilization, in practice, 202

Social or eugenic basis, 202

State laws, 203
Stern. Max. 248
Stolper. Toni, Cicrman emigres help

each other, 111
Stone, B. S.. 88
Stone, Hannah, 39
Stoneman, A. H. (letter). 27
Stores, John, Down a shabby street, 13
Stover, C. H.. 3(.5
Straus and Wegg's Housing Comes of

Age. 396

Street, Elwood, portrait and note, K.O
Strikers, compensation, 19
Strode. Josephine, 235, 307

I . _ l._ .



Twin Cities, 253
Tyson, H. C... 91

The poorhouse persists, 76

u

Ulman, .1. N., 235

Probation and parole, 235
Unemployment, 35, 70. 383

Anything can happen, 15

Cartoons, 34

New York City. 99

Partial, 84

Unemployment compensation,
373, 383

Administration, 18

Claims decrease, 389

Complaints, 118

Finances, 118

Fraudulent claims, 118

Interstate plans, 118

Laws, 18

Legislative amendments, 118

Proposals. 374

Proposed change. 52

Reciprocal benefits, 18

Record and report, 20

Robbing Peter , 15

Rulings, 19

Strikers and, 19
Unemployment insurance, 100

Administration, 238

Workers (chart), 19



18, 52,



355



Learning from the job, 380 .,._ _..,, ..

Publicity by way of the barn door, Unions, California curb for,

345 Social work and, 231, 260

Rural social workers do everything: United States Housing Authority, 57

An open letter to Miss Bailey, 308 Urban
Students, aid. 86



Wisconsin, 290

Apprentices, 209

Coordination, 55

Delinquent employers, 243

Jobs and relief, 263

Old age assistance, 211

Prisoner's progress, 27

Public assistance, 388

Tuberculosis trailer, 21

Unemployment compensation law.

first year, 19
Wisconsin, University of, 118

Circuit riders, 354

Public service scholarships, 120
Wisner, Elizabeth, 23
Woll, Margaret, portrait and note, 388
Women, 124

Alone on relief, 281

Low wages, 321

Married, jobs, 118, 386

Wages, 47

Women and children last, 38
Women workers, budget study, 3
Women's Prison Association, 116
Wood, A. E., 378, 379

The fat is in the fire, 313
Woodruff, Katherine (letter), 123
Woodruff Foundation, 296
Woolston, Howard, 234
Work camp, 389
Work relief, 36

Birth of, 70

Workers and, 199
Workers



Part time jobs. 288

Sturges, Gertrude. 133, 267
Medical care but how?, 162

Suicides, 357

Sullivan's My Double Life, 399

Summer schools, workers', 209

Summer seminars, 120

Summer study, 215

Superior, Wis., 392

Survey, The, title pages (ill.), 134

Survey Midmonthly, complimentary
letters on, 250

Survivors' benefits, 371

Sussex County, N. J., health coopera-
tion, 212

Swift. L. B., 144

Swift s New Frontiers of Religion, 366

Indiana, campaign against, 267
Marriage ana, 262
Women, 214
Syphilology, 43



Taft, C. P., 37, 114

Taft, Jessie, letter to Billy Cogswell

on crime prevention, 109
Talbot, Marion (letter). 329
Tarbell, Ida, 25

Tate, J. B., portrait in group, 258
Tax Systems of the World, 368



Education, 322

J bs and, 86, 290, 321, 355, 386

in areas, relief, earnings, assist- Working girl's budget, 3

ance (graphs), 82, 8: Workmen^ compensation. See Com



Utah, 293

Old age allowance



321



Vassar College, Youth Congress. 286
Venereal disease, 326

Clinical reporting system, 357
Vincent, M. D. (letter), 361
Vinson, J. C., 293

Virginia, feeble-minded Negro chil-
dren, 84

Public assistance act, 265, 266

Social security, 82, 321



Vocational



, ,

Vocational Adoption, Inc., 242
guidance, books, 174



Vorse's ' Labor's New 'Millions, 330

W

Wages, 154

Annual, 101

New York State, 291

Stabilization, 386

Wages and hours act, 244, 287, 350.
355

Women, 47

Women's compared with men's, 321
Wald, L. D., 147
Walsh, K. A., death, 296
War, Cougar Club and, 110



Taylor, Ethel C.. memorial to, 24
Taylor, Graham. 148

Holiday greeting of a few years ago,
370

Obituary, 218

Portrait, 306

Teachers, health problems, 117
Teachers College, 55

Teaf,' H. f M.^Jr., Work relief and the Watkins, H. M., 202



Washington (state), 83

Public assistance, cost, 289
Relief, 344
Washington, D. C., group medica

service, 1 13
Here in Washington (Observer),

349, 383
Relief, 341



pensalion.
pensation
WPA, 15, 17, 36, 37, 70, 112, 159, 199,

286, 355

Arguments against its program, 197



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