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THE SURVEY



VOL. XLI
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Index




VOLUME XLI
OCTOBER, 1918 MARCH, 1919

The material in this index is arranged under authors and subjects and in a few
cases under titles, except poems and book reviews, which are listed only under
those headings. Anonymous articles and paragraphs are entered under their
subjects. The precise wording of titles has not been retained where abbreviation
or paraphrase has seemed more desirable.



Absentee workmen, 904

Academic freedom in the Levlne case, 734

Accidents

Industrial, Germany, 196
Industrial, Pennsylvania, 328
National Safety Council congress, 15
Ackerman, C. W 1 ., 263
AckiTinan, F. L., 241
Addarns, Jane, 731

U.ii.si'velt His will to righteousness, 523
Adler, Felix

Letter of correction, 383

Remarks and summaries at conference on

demobilization, 288
Adshead, S. D., 21
Advertising, National, 809
Aery, W. A. Negro problems and progress

a bibliography, 357
Agricultural Reconstruction, 679
Agriculture, Department of, charges against,

800
Airplanes, drawings of workers In a Buffalo

factory, 749, 781-783
Alx-la-Cbapelle, 793
Alabama, social problems, 900
Alcohol
Amount drank at peace celebration, Nov.

11, 205

Booze or bonds (letter), 170
See also Prohibition
Aldrich, Chester. Outside the walls of Pisa,

423
Aliens

Deportations, 722

Employers' efforts at Americanization, 732
Alleman, Louis, 921, 922
Allotments and allowances (Devine), 561

Letters on the article, 680, 845
Almy, Frederic, 883

Conference that does things, 720
"Home Service" for "Charity" (letter), 359
Names of charity organization societies, 10
Shall we scrap Home Service? 893
Alsace-Lorraine and organized labor, 721
Alschuler, Judge, 222
Altschul, C. War debt (letter), 384
Amalgamated Clothing Workers, 640
Amalgamated Society of Engineers, 417
America

France and, 122
Western Europe and, 122
America Overseas monthly department, 122,

258, 463, 631, 793

American Academy of Political Science
Conference on labor reconstruction, 335
Conference on wounded, 71
American Association for Labor Legislation,

132
American Association of Foreign Language

Newspapers, 909
American Button Co., 53
American City, 53
American Civic Association, 907
American College of Surgeons, 349
American Federation of Labor, 167, 453

Berne conferences and bolshevism, 897
American Hospital Association, twentieth an-
nual meeting, 24

American Jewish Congress, first. 391
American Journal of Care for Cripples, 942
American Labor Party of Greater New York,

534
American Library Association, 128

War work (with poster), 159, 161
American Medical Association, 713
American Prison Association, 77
American Public Health Association
Convention at Chicago (46th annual), 367,

369

Influenza program, 408

Other health bodies invited to annual meet-
Ing, 746

Postponement, 77
Resolutions adopted at Chicago convention,

873

American Soldiers and Sailors Protective As-
sociation, 799
Americanism, list of Americans put under ban,

648
Americanization

Big business and, 732
Cincinnati saloon transformed, 788
Division In Bureau of Education, 911
Jenks, A. E., on goal, 505
Library as aid, 537
Mothers, difficulties with, 873
Primer of Civics, 942

Ames, T. H. Nervousness In soldiers, 307
'ncker, A. B., 24



Anderson, H. C. World capital plan, 600
Anderson, Mary, 337, 345, 907

Review of Collier's The Girl in Industry,
708

Review of Equal Pay and the Family, 739
Anderson, Mrs. W. C. Bee McArthur, Mary
Andrews, J. B., 317
Anti-Saloon League, 76

International prohibition, 267
Archeologist in A. D. 2000 (cartoon), 197
Architects, 704
Aristocracy and labor, 933
Armenia relief campaign of Jan. 12-19, 486,

495

Armenian and Syrian Relief, 123
Armistice

Wilson's address on terms, Nov. 11, 186

Armstrong, Vance. Belgium, 1918 (verse), 185

Army Educational Commission, 128

Arnold, G. S., 337

Aronovicl, Carol. Review of Gordons Ru-
mania Yesterday and Today, 907

Ashurst, H. F., 47

Asylum, right of, 558

Atkinson, C. J., 70

Atkinson, H. A. Churches and reconstruc-
tion, 375

Atlas Powder Co., 586, 587

Atrocities, 180

Augsburg, Anita, 228

Austria, celebrating fall of, 163

Austria-Hungary, 6

Resolution at Carnegie Hall, Sept. 15, 7

Archeologist in A. D. 2000 (cartoon), 197

Economic. 641

Labor and (cartoon), 933



Babies

French, convalescent, 633

German, 702

Thermometer of death rate, 6(0

See also Infant mortality
Babushka. See Breshkovsky
Back to his plow (poster), 389
Baeumer, Gertrude, 228
Bagdad, 796
Bailey, L. H., 530, 633
Baker, N. D., 520

Repudiation of Stevenson list, 648

Social work, 264

Soldiers and the future Address at Camp
Humphries, 719

Treatment of conscientious objectors, 471
Baldwin, R. N., 323, 731

Letter protesting against pardon, 941

Statement at trial, 153
Balkans, Red Cross relief, 794
"Bar-flies", 833

Barleycorn, John, last days, 266
Barnes, F. B., 498
Barnett, S. A., tablet to, 779
Barr, W. H., 221
Barrett, D. C. Review of Readings in the

Economics of War (Clark and others), 403
Barrett, Maude T., 875
Bauer, G. A., 73
Baxter, Edith G. Everybody do it (letter),

544

Beard, C. A., 242
Beck, Carl, 328

Becker, Maurice. Drawings of Fort Leaven-
worth prisoners, 690, 691
Belgium, 102

Appeal to America, 258

Clothing poster, 18

Commission for Relief (with cartoon), 103

Credit for, 795

Need, 854
Bell. G. L., 310
Benjamin, P. L. Christmas candles (verse),

378
Bergen, Eliza K. von. Earthquake in Porto

Rico (letter), 170
Berger, Victor, 205
Berllnsky, G. A., 898
Berne conferences, 855

Bolshevism and the A. F. L., 897
Bernstein, Edward, 73
Berwick, Edward. New deal (letter), 877
Bethlehem, Pa., steel workers (drawings), 581,

ft! ^ R1 ft

Bethlehem Steel Co., collective bargaining, 223,

909

Bldwell, Bertha, 901
Bill of rights, Jewish, 392
Bing, A. M. Association of Social Workers

(letter), 741

On industrial relations, 314, 315



Birrell, Francis. Back of Verdun, 429
Blackwell, Alice Stone, 134

Babushka misquoted (letter), 846
Blakey, G. C. and R. G. Review of Fltz-

patrick's Budget Making in a Democracy,

875

Blind

Industrial employment, 397

Soldiers, 665

Soldiers at Evergreen, 809

Typewriting for, 507
Bloomfleld, Meyer, 907

Review of Kelly and Allen's The Shipbuild-
ing Industry, 939
Bloomington, 111., 907
Blue, A. L., 215
Blue, Rupert, 62, 63, 370
Blue Ridge, N. C., School for Social Workers,

46

Boarding-homes for children, 85
Bogardus, Professor, 900
Bohemia . .

Independence, 101

See also Czechoslovaks
Bohemian bibliography, 907
Bolshevik cry (cartoon), 416
Bolsheviki, 712

American, 535

Can we help Russia under the Bolsheviki?
655

England's conciliatory attitude, 534

New York Bolsheviki (ill.), 612

Bolshevism

American Federation of Labor and, 897

Methodist publishers and H. F. Ward, 920
Bondfleld, Margaret, 343
Bonds (letter), 170
Bonser F. G. Review of Millers Education

for the Needs of Life, 402
Bonuses, 738
Book reviews

ABC, The, of Exhibit Planning (Ront-
zahn), 232

ABC, The, of the Federal Reserve System
(Kemmerer), 677

Accidents and Emergencies (Dulles), 7;

Alsace-Lorraine, Past, Present and Future
(Phlllipson), 811

Ambassador Morgenthau's Story (Morgen-
thau), 508

America in France (Palmer), 475

America Save the Near East (Rlhbany), 508

American Charities (Warner), 905

American Country-Dances, Vol. I (Burcn-

America'n Girl, The, and Her Community

(Slattery), 233
American Hospital, The, of the Twentieth

Century (Stevens), 814
American Jewish Year Book: 5679 (Oppen-

sheim), 906
American Problems of Reconstruction

(Friedman), 355

American Red Cross Text-books (3), 739
American Social Problems (Burch and Pat-
American' Spirit, The, a Basis for World

Democracy (Monroe and Miller), 7
Americanized Socialism (Mackaye), 570
Applied Eugenics (Popenoe and Johnson),

Arbitral Determination of Railroad Wages,

The (Stockett), 230

Architecture and Democracy (Bragdon), 404
Asia Minor (Hawley), 508
Australian Social Development (Nortncott),

69

Back of the Front In France (Bradley), 475
Basis of a World Order, The (Rogers), 2i
Before Governor and Kings (Ussher), 508
Britain After the Peace (Villiers), 268
Budget Making in a Democracy (Fitz-

pa trick), 875

Business of the Household, The (Taber), 169
Buying Brains (Stern), 168
Camp. School, The (McMillan), 403
Catholic Social Year Book for 1919, The. 876
Century, A, of Moravian Sisters (Myers),

571

Child-Placing in Families (Slingerland), 940
Child Welfare in North Carolina, 876
Children of France, The, and the Red Cross

(Lucas), 169
Church, The, and the Great War (Tippy),

232

Civil Government of Idaho (Rose), 711
Classroom Organization and Control (Sears),

571



VI



Cooperation in Danish Agriculture (Faber),

189

Cradle of the War, The (Woods), 508
Creative Impulse in Industry (Marot),

200

Curriculum, The (Bobbitt), 542
Dark People, The (Poole), 541
Diet and Health with Key to Calories

(Peters), 358

Disabled Soldier, The (McMurtrie), 676
Dispensaries, Their Management and Devel-
opment (Davis and Warner), 202
Doctor, The, in War (Hutchinson), 678
Doctor's Part, The (Church), 475
Economic Addresses (Folwell), 231
Economic Problems of Peace After War

(Scott), 268, 277
Economics, An Introduction for the General

Reader (Clay), 907
Economics of Progress, The (Robertson),

230

Educating by Story-Telling (Gather), 739
Education, The, of the New Canadian (An-
derson ) , 87'5
Education for the Needs of Life (Miller),

402
Effect of Diet on Endurance, The (Fisher),

543

England and Palestine (Sidebotham), 843
English for Coming Citizens (Goldberger),

570

English Village, The (Patton), 939
Equal Pay and the Family (Courtney and

others), 739
Essays and Addresses in War Time (Bryce),

543
Essentials of Dietetics for Nurses (Perry),

542
Essentials of Social Psychology (Bogardus),

7O8

Eve of Election, The (Howe), 842
Evolution of the Dominion of Canada (Por-

ritt), 572

Fair Play for the Workers (Grant), 401
Finding Themselves (Stimson), 475
First Steps in Americanization (Mahoney

and Herlihy), 570
From War to Work (Turner), 810
Future, The, Belongs to the People (Lieb-

knecht), 906

Future Citizen, The, and His Mother (Por-
ter), 811

Future of Democracy, The (Haldane), 543
German Liberty Authors (Florer), 358
Girl in Industry, The (Collier), 708
Girls' Clubs (Ferris), 106
Good Man, The, and the Good (Calkins),

677
Grand Rapids Survey (Judd and associates),

543
Great Britain After the War (Webb and

Freeman), 268, 275
Great Britain, Palestine and the Jews

(Anon.), 843
Greater European Governments (Lowell),

709

Halo of Grief, The (Hall), 201
Healthful Schools (Ayres and others), 358
Heart of Alsace, The (Vallotton), 231
History of Statistics, The (Koren), 68
History of the Lithuanian Nation, etc.

(Jusaitis), 876

Home and Community Hygiene (Broad-
hurst), 106

Home Fires in France (Canfleld), 709
Hospital, The, as a Social Agent in the Com-
munity (Catlin), 168
How a Soldier May Succeed After the War

(Conwell), 68
How the World Votes (Seymour and Frary),

842
How to Enlighten Our Children (Scharlieb),

356

How to Prevent Sickness (Howe), 231
How to Teach English to Foreigners (Gold-
berger), 570

Human Machine, The, and Industrial Effi-
ciency (Lee), 707
Human Needs of Labour, The (Rowntree),

68

Hygiene of the Eye (Posey), 231
Imperial England (Payne and Lavell), 202
In the Soldier's Service (Dexter), 475
Imdustrial Fatigue (Bentinck), 707
Industrial Reconstruction (Carter), 268, 272
Influence, The, of Age and Experience on
Correlations Concerned with Mental Tests
(Jones), 69
Information for the Tuberculous (Wittich),

542

Instincts in Industry (Tead), 507
Interpreter, The (Gladden), 232
Jerusalem, Past and Present (Atkins), 843
Keeling Letters and Recollections (E. T.),

939

Kingdom of the Child, The (Heniger), 675
Labor and Capital After the War (Chap-
man), 268, 273

Labor in the Commonwealth (Cole), 643
Labor Problems Under War Conditions, 201
Land Tax in China, The (Huang), 401
League of Nations (Warburg), 200
Letters and Leadership (Brooks), 51
Idttle Democracy, The (Clarke), 4O4
Little Theater Classics, Vol. I (Eliot), 202
Luxemburg and Her Neighbors (Putnam),
709



Index



Macedonia (Georgeviteh), 571
Man and Machine Power in War and Re-
construction (Petavel), 268, 278
Married Love or Love in Marriage (Slopes),

r.r\

Meaning, The, of National Guilds (Reckitt

and Bechhofer), 643
Mental Diseases (Gulick), '571
Modern and Contemporary European His-
tory (Schapiro), 404
Mortality from Respiratory Diseases in

Dusty Trades (Hoffman), 509
Mulatto, The, in the United States (Reuter),

842

Municipal Ownership (Todd), 842
National Governments and the World War

(Ogg and Beard), 906
National Guild Movement (5 books), 643
National Guilds (Hobson), 643
National Reconstruction (Robinson), 268,

277

Near East, The, from Within (Anon.), 106
Nerve Control and How to Gain It (Bruce),

876

Nerves and the War (Call), 169
New State, The (Follett), 813
Newer Knowledge, The, of Nutrition (Mc-

Collum), 571
No. 6 (de Florez), 475
Non-Resistance Christian or Pagan?

(Bacon), 202

Observations in France (Smith), 475
Old Worlds for New (Penty), 643
One of Them (Hasanovitz), 168
Open-Air Schools (MacDonald), 401
Our Community (Ziegler and Jaquette), 711
Our Daily Bread (Radford), 810
Our Revolution (Trotzky), 404
Path of the Rainbow, The (Cronyn), 570
Patriotic Drama in Your Town (Mackay),

675

Patriotic Pageants of Today (Thorp), 711
People's Theater, The (Holland), 675
Personal Hygiene and Home Nursing (Llp-

pitt), 739
Physical Education in Relation to School

Life (Roper), 403
Picture Completion Test, The (Pintner and

Anderson), 69

Popular Theater, The (Nathan), 675
Preparing for Womanhood (Lowry), 356
Problem of Administrative Areas, The

(Laski), 813

Problems of Reconstruction, 268, 273
Progress and Its Enemies (Wilber), 202
Psychology and the Day's Work (Swift), 401
Psychology, The, of Handling Men in the

Army (Peterson and David), 542
Psychology of Marriage, The (Gallichan), 50
Quakerism and Industry (Hodgkin), 738
Race Regeneration (Smith), 403
Radio-Diagnosis of Pleuro-Pulmonary Affec-
tions (Barjou), 233
Readings in Industrial Society (Marshall),

358
Readings in the Economics of War (Clark

and others), 403

Red Cap, The, on the Cross (Roberts), 709
Reform of Political Representation, The

(Williams), 906

Religion and the War (Sneath), 709
Religion, The, of a Man of Letters (Mur-
ray), 232

Responsible State, The (Giddings), 402
Results, The, of Municipal Electric Lighting

in Massachusetts (Lincoln), 202
Revolution, The, of 1848 : Dr. Hermann

Klefer (Florer), 905
Rumania Yesterday and Today (Gordon),

907

Rural Life (Galpin), 739
R U S (Rural Uplift Service) (Bailey), 906
Russia (Fanning), 51
Safe and Unsafe Democracy (Jones), 738
Scientific Management (Drury), 876
Second Line of Defense, The (Slattery), 50
Selected Articles on Direc-c Primaries (Fan-
ning), 572

Self-Government in Industry (Cole), 643
Shipbuilding Industry, The (Kelly and Al-
len), 939

Social and Industrial Reform (Macara), 810
Social Antagonisms (Weeks), 356
Social Insurance in the United States (Mil-
ler), 106

Social Process (Cooley), 677
Songs of a Miner (Welsh), 940
Spirit of Polish History, The (Choloniewski),

711
Stakes of the War (Stoddard and Frank),

170

Stanford Revision of the Binet-Simon Intel-
ligence Scale (Terman and others), 69
State, The, and the Child (Hall), 507
Sugar Beet, The, in Industry (Harris), 939
Teaching the Child Patriotism (Clark), 711
Throw Physic to the Dogs (Hayden). 358
Tobacco and Human Efficiency (Pack), 709
Tower, The (Watchman), 810
Trade of To-morrow, The (Benn), 268, 269
Traffic in Babies, The (Walker), 710
Tragedy of Armenia, The (Papazian), 677
Truth, The, About Lynching and the Negro

In the South (Collins), 843
Twentieth Century Crusade, The (Abbott),
357




Twentieth Century Theater, The (Phelps),
675

Unemployment of American Trade Unions
(Smelser), 841

University Debaters' Annual, 1917-1918
(Phelps), 677

Use of Factory Statistics in the Investiga-
tion of Industrial Fatigue (Florence), 707

Village, The: Russian Impressions (Poole),
541

Village Life After the War, 810

Vision and Service (Barnett), 709

Vocational Re-Education, The, of Maimed
Soldiers (Paeuw), 810

War, The, and the Future (Masefleld), 268,
279

War Nurse's Diary, A, 475

War-Time Nerves (Hall), 169

War-Workers, The (Delafield), 169

Woman Citizen, The (Boyd), 510

Woman Citizen, The, a Problem in Educa-
tion (Hollister), 357

Women and the Sovereign State (Royden),
402

Women as Sex Vendors (Tobias and Marcy),
106

Women and Soldiers ( Alec-Tweedle ) , 570

World Problem : The : Capital, Labor and the
Church (Husslein), 709

World War, The, and Leadership in a

Democracy (Ely), 402
Books for Soldiers. See American Library

Association

Booth, Evaugeline, 162
Borden, R. P., 24, 25
Borst, H. W. New white folks, 149
Boston

Housing code, new, 557

Housing conference, 324

Retail store employment, 351

War Camp Community Service and girls
(letter), 76

Women's Municipal League and American-
ization, 873

Bourrillon, Maurice, 921, 922
Boy Scouts

Investigating juvenile delinquency, 234

Men wanted (letter), 511

Roosevelt trees, 713
Boys

After care for offenders, 70

Toledo " opportunity farm," 713
Brackett, J. R. Association of Social Workers

(letter), 745
Bradford, Eng., 936
Brandes, George, 93
Brandt, Lilian

Child protection program, 338

Pierre Dubois, 121

Review of books by nurses, doctors and mo-
tor drivers, 475

Review of Weeks's Social Antagonisms, 356

Saving the S. O. C, 696
Bread, cooperation for good, 872
Breshkovsky, Catherine

Arrival at Seattle, 556

At Henry Street Settlement (verse), 698

Evening with, 630

Last letter, 134

Misquoted (letter), 846

Portrait, 125, 134

Portrait and autograph, 631

Reported living, 204
Brewers and prohibition, 533
Brewers Association, journalistic activities,

267

Bridgeport, 519
Briggs, G. W., 794
Brisbane, Arthur, 267
British Columbia, shipyard workers, 512
British Labour Congress, 11
British Labour Party, 125, 163

As a national party, 243

Election posters, 418, 419
Broadhurst, Jean. Health (letter), 846
Brotherhood of misericordia, 148
Brown, H. D., 109
Bruere, Henry, 498

On war-time industrial standards, 309
Bruno, F. J. In the path of the flames (Minne-
sota relief), 83
Brussels, 598

Liberation of, 466

Bryn Mawr College, fellowships and scholar-
ships, 908

Buckman Village, 586, 589
Budget

Illinois, 701

National, 786
Budget clubs, 72
Buffalo

Airplane makers (drawings) 749, 781-783

Social Welfare Conference, 720
Buffer employment, 730
Building restriction, 77
Bull Moose leader, 528
Burda faroshi, 14
Burdick, Anna, 16
Bureau of Education. See Education ; U. S.

Bureau of Education
Bureau of War Risk Insurance, 845

Allotments and allowances (Devine), 561-
568.

Location, 802

Red Cross relations as to allotments and
allowances, 680

Regulations delayed, 379



Index



VII



ISrieln m p n o i s C tma S 'ter 8 General, message for, 836
Burnage Work^W^ ^^ ^ resldentgj 538

Burton, 'J. P., 839

Business inaxims._ i so

BU As"ocittion'' of 'social Workers (letter), 741

Eu\trhe^K'.L U 129,307,679
Byington, Margaret, 44



Cachin, Marcel, 488, 491
Cafeteria and sailor, 344
Calder, Senator, 105
|aldwell, R. J., 338, 668

"coS'tutional amendments, 282
Insurance amendments to constitution, 91
Santa Clara county social federation 936
Union of Producers and Consumers, liU
Women's program for reconstruction, 804
Calkins, Raymond. Substitutes for the saloon,

Caminetti, Anthony, 722

Camp Dix, 74

Camp Funston, 4il

Camp Greene, 398

Camp Humphries, Baker's address, 719

Construction camp where men live, 703
Home Service in, 398
Canada, reconstruction, 441
Canadian Patriotic Fund, policy compared

with Red Cross (letters), 409
Canning kitchens, 53 , i- .

mnon* Ida M. Review of Catlin's The Hos-
pital as a Social Agent in the Community,
168

Canteen management, 736
Cantonments, proposed peace uses, 592
Capital punishment, Louisiana law, 167
Card houses, 519
Carols, Christmas, 227
Carris L H. Review of Courvells How a

Soldier May Succeed After the War. 68
Carson, Norma V. Review of Alec-Tweedle s

Women and Soldiers, 570
Carver, T. N. Review of Friedman's American

Problems of Reconstruction, 355
Case work, definition, 703
Case workers

Standard for, 705
Urgent need, 713
Castberg law, 923

Casualties of war and industry, 328
Catholic War Council. See National Catholic

War Council

Catholics and reconstruction, 727, 805
Cecil, Lord Robert, 933
Censorship in France, 490
Census of 1920, industrial features, 713
Central Howard Association, 70
C. G. T. See Confederation G^n6rale du Tra-
vail

Chaddock, R. E., 226

Chamber of Commerce and collective bargain-
ing, 3'54
Chamberlain, Beulah. Spring to the poorhouse

(verse), 925

Chamberlain, J. P., on war insurance in tran-
sition period, 313
Chandler school, 507
Chapin, F. S. Social work and the first step

in science, 42
Chapin, H. D. Speedwell plan of child-saving,

85

Chaplains, 127
Chapman, Paul, 282, 362
Character, 70

Charitable organizations, tax exemption, 361
Charities

Court representative for, 874
Massachusetts State Conference, annual

meeting, 376

New York Department (letters), 511, 544
New York State Conference, annual meeting,

377

Rhode Island Conference, 512
Charity

Name, and "Home Service" (letter), 359
Not justice but charity (Devine), 395
Charity organization societies
Name, 10

Standardizing salaries, 703
What's in a name? (Devine), 891
Charlotte, N. C., 398
Chemical Industries, women in, 345
Chester, Pa., 584, 586, 588, 589

Program of reconstruction, 636
Chicago

Employment for older women, 673
Labor Party, 499, 733
Library branch building, 513
New measures, 199

Plan Commission and public works, 699
Reconstructing, 896
Relief agencies and war chest, 72
Stockyards workers, 222
Traction plan, 22

United Charities, court representative, 874
Vice control, 164

Chicago Federation of Labor, 264, 354
Labor's fourteen points, 265



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2hild, Dorothy, 941
Child labor

Annual conference, 338
Poster, 341

Provision of the revenue bill, 894
Roosevelt as protector of childhood, 527
Senate taxes, 405
Taxation and, 221
Taxed to death, 798
Tobacco (letter), 543
War industry. 49
" War power ' to restrict, 103
Woman in Industry Service, 471
Child Labor Day, 361
Child protection program, 338
Child welfare

Community councils as recreational basis,

298, 313
Roosevelt and the White House Conference,

525

Second Pan-American Conference, 385



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