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VOLUME LXXVI



JANUARY 1940 DECEMBER 1940




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Index

VOLUME LXXVI
January 1940 December 1940

The material in this index is arranged under authors and subjects and
in a few cases under titles. Anonymous articles and paragraphs are
entered under their subject. The precise wording of titles has not been
retained where abbreviation or paraphrase has seemed more desirable.



Aaron's Good Health and Bad Medicine,

247
Abbott, Edith, 41, 196

Portrait in group, 196
Abbott, Grace, Memorial, 142
Abbott's Public Assistance, 277
Academic fredom, 73
Academic honors, 22, 229
Acheson, Barclay, 188
Ackerman, Carl W., 365
Adair, F. L., 42

Adamic's From Many Lands, 373
Adams, C. F., 302
Adams, Ruth, 222
Adams, Senator, of Colorado, 224
Adams, Thomas, Death, 145
Addams, Jane, 202
Additon, Henrietta, Portrait and note,

175
Adie, D. C., 4

Our social geography, 259
Administration, 213
Adolescence, 81
Adolescent conduct, 342, 343
Adoption, 79, 279, 368

Older children, 243
Adult education, 206

Record and report, 206

Refugees, 254
Adults, Mental ability, 109
Agassiz Village, 274
Age, proof of, 275
Agriculture, 216

Ahart, Mrs. H. W., 42 (portrait), 46
Akron, public opinion, 21
Alabama, probation and parole, 20
Alcoholics, 111
Aliens, 200

Poles and Czechs, 299

Registration, 250 (ills.), 264, 296, 299

Registration laws, 72, 359

Restriction bills, 105

Allegheny County (Pittsburgh) Com-
munity Fund, 210
Allen bill to deport Bridges, 224
Alsop and McBride's She's Off To Col-
lege!, 310
America, 148, 280

World relief efforts, 14
American Association of Social Work-
ers, 5, 123, 124

Delegate conference at Grand Rapids,
192

ualifications for admission, 209
ecurity Act, 77

American Federation of Labor, conven-
tion, 361

American Friends Service Committee,
Volunteer Service, 264

American Law Institute, 289

American Medical Association, Court
reversal, 135

American Prispn Congress, 332

American Public Health Association, De-
troit meeting, 331

American Public Welfare Association,
13, Conference, 3

American Youth Commissoin, 345

American Youth Congress, 306

Americans, 28
As consumers, 1 5

Amidon, Beulah, The Conference (White
House) finds and recommends, 55

Amrita Island, 209

Anderson, Nels, 197

Andrews, William, death, 245

Andrus, Ruth, 51

Anniversaries, 174

Anti-labor drive, 200

Areson, C. W., portrait and note, 109

Arkansas, education, 271

Old-age assistance measure, 365
Relief, 17

Arnold's The Story of Tompkinsville,

Aronovici's Housing the Masses, 27
Ascoli, Max, 145



Association of Colleges, 73

Atlanta University, School of Social

Work, 273

Atlantic City, chosen for National Con-
ference of 1941, 186, 199
Atlantic Coast Line R. R., 333
Atwater, Pierce, 193

Portrait and note, 143
Atwater's Problems of Administration

in Social Work, 213
Ayres, R. W., 305

B

Babcock, Violet A., Test of civil serv-
ice tests, 349
Babies, 343

Premature, 208
Bailey, Miss, 11, 101, 115, 131, 167, 303,

357

Baker, H. C., Grandma called it char-
ity, 315

Open letter to case workers, 354
What is starvation?, 10
Baker, Borsodi and Wilson's Agricul-
ture in Modern Life, 216
Ball players, 107
Baltimore, Council of Social Agencies,

142

Instructive Visiting Nurse Associa-
tion, 301

Bane, Frank, 42 (portrait), 47, 51, 263

Bartlett's The Participation of Medical

Social Workers in the Teaching of

Medical Students, 214

Barton and Black's Rural Routes to

Community Understanding, 303
Baruch's Parents and Children Go to

School, 372
Bates, Sanford, 43, 45

Portrait and note, 305
Bauer, Catharine, 145
Baxter, Mrs., 131
Bedford. Caroline, 198
Bedford's Youth and the World's Work,

149

Beisser, P. T., 41, 67
Benefits for seasonal workers, 347
Benet, Stephen Vincent, 345
Bengtson, Caroline (letter), 115
Bennett, J. V., A tribute to Maud Ball-

ington Booth, 288
Bentley, Fay, portrait in group, 107
Berkeley, Cal., house planned and built

by the Women's City Club, 1 1 3
Bernard's Social Control, 27
Bernheim's Medicine at the Crossroads,

213

Biddle, Francis, portrait in group, 250
Bilbo, Senator, 224
Binghamton, N. Y., 226
Biographies, 212
Birmingham, England, 339
Birth control, 112

Public opinion, 113
Birthrate curve, 226
Bixler's Religion for Free Minds, 118
Blair, W. A., portrait and note, 228
Blind, 19, 139, 260, 301

Braille books for children, 302

Christmas for, 19

Illinois, 301

In print, 302

NYA project, 362

Output of workshops for, 140

Self-supporting, 302

Substandard wages, 301

Washington (D. C.) Society for the

Blind, 302
Work with, 114
Blindness, 148

Babies' sore eyes, 140
New Hampshire, prevention, 140
School eye surveys, 139
Volunteers in the field of, 23
Blue stamp year, 201
Board meetings, Mrs. Bronson prepares
for the meeting, 324



Mr. Porter prepares for the meeting,
322

"The meeting will please come to or-
der," 322

Roardman, Mabel, 23
Boards, Members, 315

Quiz for boards and their members,
328

Two who are present but not voting

(ill.), 314

Boas' Race, Language, and Culture, 279
Boas' The Unseen Plague Chronic Dis-
ease, 307
Bogardus' The Development of Social

Thought, 247
Bok, Curtis, 289
Bond, Rethea, 198
"Bonus" bill, new, 359
Bookman, C. M., 188, 191

Portrait, 191

Portrait and note, 71
Books, appeals for, 296

Children's, 73

Reviews, 27, 79, 116, 147, 180, 212,
230, 246, 276, 307, 340, 371

Short reviews, 31, 119, 311
Booth, Maud Ballington, portrait, 288

Tribute to, 288
Borah, W. E., 69

Bossard's Marriage and the Child, 180
Boston, Aged, how they live, 270

Health Service, 18

Health Service and refugee children,
272

Metropolitan Conference, 142

Settlement house credit unions, 351
Boudreau, F. G., 41
Boy Scouts, 43, 211
Boyd, Dr. Neva, 351
Boys Clubs, 43

Boys' and Girls' Work Manual, 174
Bracket!, J. R., Portrait in group, 193
Brandeis, L. D., 6, 7
Brandon, M. W., 243
Breckenridge, S. P., 41
Bretz's I Begin Again, 148
Bridges, Harry, bill to deport, 224
Brisley, Mary, 198

Bristol's Handbook on Social Case Re-
cording, 118
Britain

American gifts for, 361

Battle of Britain, 297

Housewives at war, 360

Refugee children from, 240, 241

Social services, 369

War and, 221

British children, 283
Bromley, Mrs. Annie, 351
Brookings Institution, Relief study, 267
Brooklyn, Bureau of Charities, 145

Food stamps, 245

One-room apartments, 205
Brooks's Adventuring in Adoption, 79
Brown, Francis J., 22
Bruehl's The Pope's Plan for Social

Reconstruction, 27

Brunot, James, portrait in group, 196
Buell, Bradley, 256
Buildings, new, 25
Bullock, Kate, 229

Bureau of Old-Age and Survivors In-
surance, claims for benefits, 234
Burgy, G. L., 227
Butler, E. B., 45
Butler, N. M.

On degrees, 23
Butler's Introduction to Community

Recreation, 340
Butter before cannon, 221



Cabot, Richard, 321
Cadden, Joseph, 44
California, 304

Conference of Social Work, 96, 97,
179

Coordinating councils, 293



Council on Group Work, 25

Employment agencies, 365

Merit system, 265

Migrants, 140, 242

Nurse examiners, 77

Old-age assistance measure, 365

Old folks' lottery, 270

Prison Association, 173

Relief, 17, 267

Relief allowance, 245

Relief inquiry, 104, 366

SRA camps, 99

Youth, 298
California, University of, 177

Added courses in social work, 229
Calif ornians, 77
Caliver, Ambrose, 271
Camp, Miss, 101
Camp "hostesses," 330
Camps, 176, 209

Behavior problems, 176

Camps on the march, 156 (ill.), 165

Massachusetts, 176

Pan American, Pleasantville, 176

Work camps, 176

Canada, Canadian social services in war
time, 94

Community Chests and Councils, 94

Legion War Services, 95

Patriotic Fund; Red Cross, 94

Relief responsibility, 228

Social hygiene, 208

Welfare Council, 71, 94, 95
Canavan, J. J., death, 339
Cancer, 75, 143

Gallup on, 208
Cannon before butter, 221
Cannon, J. Q., 240
Carey County, 167
Carlisle and Shafer's Life, I iberty, and

the Pursuit of Bread, 230
Carr, Charlotte, 194
Carr, W. G., 42. 44 (portrait)
Carr and others Integrating the Camp,
the Community and Social Work,
147

Carrel, Dr. Alexis, 357
Carstens, C. C., 25
Cartwright, M. A., 206
Carver, G. W., 229
Case characteristics, Illinois, 336
Case loads, 336
Case work, 190, 212, 278, 319, 375

Contest, 338

In the public agency, 163
Case workers, open letter to, 354

Public relations of, 354

Saying "No," 127

Tests for, 347
Cash and carry, 207
Cassidy, H. M., 67
Castendyke, Elsa, 198
Catholic Charities, 25
Census returns, 297

Squabble (cartoon), 122

Teapot tempest, 134

Year 1940, 15
Census Index, 1920, 270
Chamberlain, J. P., Butter before can-
non, 221
Champion's Medical Information for

Social Workers, 79
Chapel Hill, N. C., 211
Charitable solicitation, control of, 305
Charity, Grandma called it, 315
Chattanooga, Tenn., 170
Chicago, Christmas for the blind, 19
Council of Social Agencies, study of

starvation, 10

Election and civic reform movement,
360

Housing, 202

Negroes and tuberculosis, 18

Relief, 267

Relief Administration, 10

Small businesses, 142
Chicago, University of, 144
Child guidance, 340
Child health conference centers, 300



IV



Index



Child labor, 57,64

\ iohitions nt hi\v, 3d -i

Child Labor Amendment, 45

Child i.

Child welfare, public responsibility for,

r.iiti-d States 19.10-1940, 52
Children. M> (ill.). 141, 243, 268. 3i,7
Ai-tivitirs rom-crnin^. 268
Aid for dependent. 170
America's (ills.), 60-61
i:.K>ks for, 73
Crippled, work for, 3t>7
t "i i suincr incomes and (diagrams).

Crippled, 71, 141

Crippled, New York City, 207

Delinquency, court treatment

Dependent, 142

I'cprndent, South Dakota, 207

Diseases. 112

Education, 56

Education through the school, f>3

Family life and, 55

Federal Inter-Agency Committee, 243

Feebleminded, 141

Handicapped, 59

Health, 58, 63

Health and medical care, 63

Health clinic, 143

Homes, 56

In depression, 367

In families receiving public aid, 2(,'i

In print. 141, 208

In the beet fields, 135

Institute at Amrita Island, 209

National Boys and Girls Week. 141

National Citizen's Committee, 24,^

National Conference and, 198

Of minority groups, 59, 65

Psychology, 277

Recreation, 65

Refugees, 368

Religion in the lives of, 56, 64

Security, 68

Social services for, 65

When the children come. 282 (ill.),
283

White House Conference. 14, 207
Children in a Democracy. April (1939)
meeting, 51

Backgrounds and foregrounds ex-
cerpts from statements, 63

Character and distinction, 37

Conference committees, list of names,
49 "

Cultural front, 45

Discussion, 39, 43

Federal Inter-Agency Committee, 66

Final report, 49

Follow-up program, 47, 66, 67

General Conference Report, 55

National Citizens' Committee, 66

Opening of the conference, rejort,
and criticisms, 38

Participants, 37

Plan, organization, procedure, 50

Pledge to the future, 49

Procedure in retrospect, 48

Proceedings, reported by Gertrude

' Springer and Kathryn Close, 37

Public financing and administration
for child welfare, 62

Topical discussion groups, 40

Children's Bureau, 14, 50, 51

Budget, 133

Kuropean children and, 283, 284

Idea of, 8

Proposed shift, 15
Children's Crusade for Children, 69,

243
Children's Overseas Reception Hoard,

283

China, cooperatives, 351
Chirillo family, 241
Christman, Elisabeth, 39, 48

Portrait, 48

Work at adequate wages. 48
Christmas, for the blind, 19

Social workers and, 26
Christmas seals, 335
Christmas spirit, 146
Christmas window (photograph), 346
Chronic disease, 307
Chrysler case, 136
Churches, benefits for lav workers, 16

Interpretation of work to the public,

305

Chute, C. L., Treating youth crime, 289
Cincinnati, Christ Hospital, 70

Community organization, 292

Ouiz for boards, 328

Relief, 207
t itie*, 214

Control of charitable solicitation. 305
Citizens' Study Centers. V\I( \
City management, 30
Civil Liberties Union, 68
Civil service, 160, 330, 344

Bill, Kamspeck, 359

Municipal, 273

New York State, 209

Tests, test of, 347
Civil Service Commission. 240

< hi the Hatch Act. 295
CCC, 44, 45, 53, 58, 138, 211. 295

Healthy life, 272

Non-combatant defense service, 362



I. wan, portrait and note, 138
Clark. K. M.. 229
Clarke's Picture of Health. 213
t leveland. Ohio, 20, 174, 336

Christmas for the blind, 19

Community Fund objectives, 21

Crisis report, 72

National Krrrration Congress and rec-
reation study, 337

iVih-strian knowledge, 76

Relief crisis, 14
( "lost-, Kathryn, 275

Social workers are joiners, 123

State conferences: Tools for action,
90

When the children come, 283
Clothing makers, injunction suits

against, 333
Clow, Lucia, 191
Cue's Frontier Doctor, 212
Colcord, J. C., portrait in group, 197
Colcord's Your Community, 178
Collective bargaining, 341
Collective Bargaining Associates, 104
College girls. 310
Colleges, defense and, 266

Economic value of college education
to women, 23

Value, 109
Colorado, merit system, 265

Old-age assistance measure, 365
Columbus, Ohio, relief, 206

Welfare Conference, 337
Commager and Nevins' The Heritage of

America, 148

Committee for Refugee Education, 254
Common Council for American Unity,

225

Common welfare, 14, 68, 104, 134, 170,
201, 225, 241, 264, 296, 331, 360

Notes, 171, 297
Commonwealth College, 299
Commonwealth Fund, 111
Communists, youth and, 241
Community affairs, 21, 142, 210, 302

In print, 21, 211
Community chest campaigns, 19
Community chests, 146, 291

Personals, 245
Community Chests and Councils, Inc.,

210, 292, 293
Community Councils, 375
Community Funds, agency objectives, 21
Community Mobilization for Human

Needs, 302
Community organizations, 193, 291

Four developments, 291
Compensation for seasonal workers, 347
Compton's Encyclopedia, War Supple-
ment, 117
Compton's The Human Meaning of

Science, 277
Conduct, 180
Congress, panic in, 224

Tulaii resolution, 140

Unemployment Conference of House

Members, 134
CIO, convention, 361
Congressional Committee on Un-Amer-
ican Activities, 15
Conn, Lewis (letter), 306
Connecticut, birth control, 113

Dependent children, 142
Connecticut Public Welfare Association,

124
Conover, Elizabeth, "A lovely summer,"

239

Conrad, I. F., 67
Conscience, draft law and, 331
Conscientious objectors, service for, 362
Conscription, youth and, 298
Conscription bill, 240
Consumer education, 113
Consumer movement, lectures on, 305
Consumer- Retailer Council, 113
Consumers, 342

Cash lending agencies (graph), 17

National League, 6, 7, 8
Convalescent care, 143
"Convalescent Care," 226
Convict-made goods, 240
Cook County, 111., health program, 243
Cooperation, Negro girls, Los Angeles,

210
Cooperatives, 139, 209

And settlements, 351

As aids to social work, 351

Catalogue of literature, 139

Meetings, 210

Nova Scotia tour, 210

(Ml refinery, 209

\\ I 'A. 209

Cornell University, 177
Corson, J. J., When claims are made,

234

Cost of living, women workers, New-
York State, 299
Cotton, farmers in the South, 236

Stamp plan, 1 1 1
Councils, community. 375
Councils of social agencies, 291
County director's plaint (verse), 132
( nmity directors, 131
County homes, 204
Courts, volunteer workers in, 23
Coy. Wayne, 295
Coyle, Chalice, death, 339
Ct.yle, G. L., 43, 44 (portrait)



At National Conferences, 187, 188,
189

Portrait, 186

( ravath. Paul IX, death, 245
Credit unions, cooperative, 351
Crime, 20, 108, 116, 148, 173, 233, 242,
341

In print, 173

Institutions in Kentucky and Tenncs-
ee, 173

New lersey, prevention, 105

White collar. 108

Youth and, 108, 289
Criminals, defective, 20
Crippled children. 71, 141, 3f>7
Crosby, Helen, 198
( ross. Kric, 95

Cutu-n's Instincts and Religion, 277
( '/tvlmsluvakia, 221

D

M.ui.i, John C'otton, biography, 372

Danstedt, R. T. (letter), 339

Damon's The Library of Tomorrow, 110

Harmon, Ityron, 140

Data," 115

Davis, M. M.. 198

Deafness, 247

Dean, V. M., 187, 189, 194

Portrait, 194
Deardorff, N'. R., 357

Sonic folks won't learn (letter), 115
Deaths, 145, 179, 229, 245, 274, 306,

339, 370
Defense, 187, 190, 200

American way, 296

Colleges and, 266

Coordinating, 240

Education and, 267

Health and, 331

Labor and, 227. 265

Vocational training for, 263
Defense housing, 330
Defense training, schools and, 266

Unemployment benefits in, 266
Degree problem, 22
Delaware Aqueduct, 104
Delinquency, 20, 267

See also Juvenile Delinquency
Democracy, 187, 233

And social work, 357

Manifesto on, 271
Denver, University of, Latin American

studies, 73

Dependent children. 260, 268
De Schweinitz, E. M., 191
Detroit, 20

Volunteers, 23
Devine, E. T., 220
Dewar, K. C. (letter), 339
Dexter, E. II.. 190
Dies. .Martin, 15
Dies Committee, 68

Dimock. II. S., (amps on the march. 165
Dingman. Mrs. R. E., 113
Dinwiddie, Courtenay, 43, 45 (with

portrait)
Diphtheria, 143
Diseases, year 1939, 75
Disney, Walt, 302
District of Columbia, budget, 17
Division of Morale and Recreation, 295
Doctors, autobiography of a doctor, 279

Foreign, resettlement, 208
Dodd, Miss, 101, 179
Draft law, conscience and, 331
Drafted men, 330

Dressier, David, portrait and note, 20
Driving, drunken, 76
Dubinsky. David. 361
Dudley, Donaldine, 354
Dulles' America Learns to Play, 278
Duluth, 114

Dunant's A Memory of Solferino, 215
Dunbar, S. (_)., 47

Plans for action (White House Con-
ference), 66
Dunham. Arthur, 193
Dtipree, H. C., portrait and note, 145
Dust diseases, 74, 75
Dykstra, C. A., 345



East Londoners, 297
Eastman's Men of Power, 212
Eddy's I Have Seen God Do It. 214
Edsall, I). L., 208
Education, 22. 72, 149, 226, 271
Children's, responsibility for, 56
Exploration of materials on war, etc.,

Publications on, 364

Record and report, 73, 271

Religious. 11

Youth and, 108

See also Schools
Education on the Air, 214
Education Week. 266
Educational Policies Commission. 267
Educators, Informal; Leisure Time. 244
Eldridge. Anita (letter), 179
Klections, 178, 339
Electrical workers, 74
Elliott. (I. L., portrait and note. 20S
Ellis. W. J.. 196

Pulling the jail's fangs, 8



Kmerson, Kendall, 42

Employment agencies, California, 365

Kniplqyment services, conference of

directors, 266
England. See Britain
English language, teaching refugees,

254

Epilepsy, 143
Ernst. Charles F., sketch and portrait,

366
European children, 283

Affidavits, sponsors, visas, 284
American care for, 332
1'inancing, 286

Homesickness in America, 287
Plan for handling unspecified, 2SS
European scholars, plans to bring here,

264
Excess profits tax bill, 330



Fagg, M. C., 48

Fair Labor Standards Act, 299, 333
Falls, 77

Families, as threshold of democracy, 64
Children and, 55
Economic aid to, 64
Economic resources, 64
Family Service (weekly), 114
Farm Security Administration, report,

141

Farm tenancy, 103
Farmers, 310

Cotton farmers in the South, 236
Farming, 307
FERA, 91
Federal Security Agency, 245

Appropriations, 133
Feebleminded, 141
Fellowships, 338
Felton, Katherine, death, 306
Finland, relief for, 14
Finley, J. II. , death, 135
Fisher, K. D., 39
Fiske's So You're Publicity Chairman,

230
Fitch. J. A., 194, 351

The nature of social action, 218
Fleisher, M. S., 22
Flexner's, Quaker Childhood, 372
Flibbity, Mrs., 261

Day sheet, 261

Flint, Mich., community music, 302
-I 111, Mr.", 225
Floaters, 71

Florida, old age assistance, 204
Florida Association of Social Workers,

124
Folks, Homer, 38, 43, 45, 46, 51, 52

(portrait), 55, 63
Child welfare in the U. S. A. 1930-

1940, 52
Food, 113, 119
Food stamp plan, 17, 201

Brooklyn, 245

Food stores, training for operation, 139
Foreign Language Information Service

("Mr. Flis"), 225
F'oreign relief, appeals, 78
Forston, John, 305
Forty-hour week, 333

Redefinitions, 333
Foster, W. W., 95
Foster parents, 207, 286
Francisco, Geraldine, It looks simple,

237

Frank, Yasha, 48
Freedom of conscience, 201
Freud and an Appraisal of His Work,

246
Friedlander and Myers' Child Welfare

in Germany, 310
Friends Service Committee, 239
Fund riding, 172



Gaer's Consumers All, 342

Gahagan, Helen, 197

Galdston's, Progress in Medicine, 373

Gallup, George, on cancer, 208

Gang rule, 309

Gannett, Alice P., portrait and note, 336

Garnett's Wisdom in Conduct, 180

Gates, Charles A., 367

Geography, social, 259

George, Henry, 345

George Williams College, 144

i.ennany, welfare work, 310

Gerow, D. M., 174

Gershenson, M. I., 365

Geyer, L. E., 263

Gibbons, AI. L. (letter), 275

Gifts, 211

Bequests and, 114
Gilbreth, L. M., 193
Gill, Corrington, 196

Local work for relief, 157
Gilmore, O. T., Across professional bar-
riers, 253
Girl Scouts, 23
Girls, Jewish, vacations, 176
Glassberg, Benjamin, 67, 199

Relief's ugly duckling, 238
Glenn. Elsie, welfare work in Texas,

353

Glenn, J. M., 229
Glenn, Mary Wilcox, death notice, 332



Index



Click, F. Z., 244

Portrait and note, 24
Gluecks' Juvenile Delinquents Grown

Up, 276

Goldman, Dr. Franz, 367
Goldmark, Tosephine, 7
Goldwater. 'S. S., 229
Gonzalo family, 222
Goshen County, Wyoming, 237
Government, 86
Grand Kapids, 170

Conference hospitality, business notes,
officers, 199

Grand Rapids is ready, 130

National conference meeting, 187
Grand Kapids Metalcraft Corp., strike,

195

Grandin, J. V. (letter), 179
Grant, Miss, 167'
Grant's Old Age Security, 28
Grants-in-aid, 91
Gray. H. A., 172
Great I'.ritain. See Britain
Greenbelt. Md., 139
Greene, J. S., 229
Greensfelder. Natalia, death, 370
Greenstein, Harry, portrait in group,

196

Greenville, S. C., 294
Greer School, 179
Grcijg. Alan, 345
:. M. L., 95
>ry, Hugh (letter), 179
Group health. See Medicine
Gump leadership, 368
Group life, 276
Group work, 109, 174, 191, 368

In print, 110, 174

Leadership, 110
Group workers, 78

Groves's Financing Government, 230
Gruenberg's We. the Parents, 308
Grulee, C. G., 42

< irunily County, Texas, survey, 363
( iui^enheim Foundation, 25
Guild. J. P. (letter), 275
Guilds' Social Work Engineering, 276
Gutman, M. 1)., on becoming a foster
parent, 286

H

Haber, William, 197

Hall, F. S., 193

Hall, Helen, 45

Hall's Children Can See Life Whole,

280
Hamilton's Theory and Practice of

Social Case Work, 278
Hamilton County, Ohio, employment,

Hampton Koads, 296
'"Nandcrest," 140
Hanway, Jonas, 308
Harbison-Walker plant, 138
Harrington, F. C., death, 297
Harrison. K. G., portrait in group, 250
Harrison, S. M.. portrait, 186
Harrison's Graduate Study in Social

Work, 144
Harwood and Francis' Life Insurance,

Harkness, E. S., Ill

Harris, Helen, 108

Hartford, Conn., pre-school 110

llarrub, L>. H., death, 179

I l;i^U: and waste, 100

Hatch Act, 295

Little Hatch Act, 240
Hathway, Marion, 198
Havey. Malinde, memorial, 178
Hawaii, social security, relations, 173
Hawkins, Gaynell, 345
Hawkins' Education for Social Under-
standing, 340
Health, 79, 213

Children, 58, 63

National Conference and, 197

Occupation and, 180

Preparedness and, 331

What wage-earners spend, 243
Health, group. See Medicine
Health insurance bill, 75, 143
llc-arst papers, Chicago, 203
Heart House, 272
Heldman, A. B.

Death, 145

Helmhplz, H. F., 42 (with portrait), 45
N.-ndricks, H. A., 115
Hendricks bill (Townsend plan), 169
Hendry, C. E., 191, 192 (sketch and

portrait). 363
Henry, Barklie, 191

"We take a lot on faith," 319
Henry Street Credit Union, 351
Henry Street Settlement, 351
Hercules Powder Co., benefits for sur-
vivors of the victims, .i.(4
Hersey, E. W., 197
Hetzel, Ralph, Jr.. 195, 199
Higbee, C. E., 199

Portrait in group, 197
Ililler's Houseboat and River-Bottoms

People, 119

Nillsdale County, Mich., 335
Nine. L. W.. 178
Hobbs, Representative, 224
Hobby lovers, 337



Hodges' City Management, 30
Hodgson's Supervision in Public Health

Nursing, 215
Hodson, William, 4, 5 (with portrait),

41, 44, 51

Iloehler, F. K., An idea and how it
grew, 50

Portrait, 50

Hoey, J. M., 186 (portrait), 199
Hoffer, Joe, 193
Hogben, Lancelot, 345
Hohman, H. F., 270
Ilohman's As the Twig Is Bent, 231
Hollander, Sidney, 199
Hollis, Florence, 191, 354
llollis' Social Case Work in Practice,



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