Survey Associates.

The Survey (Volume 69) online

. (page 1 of 120)
Online LibrarySurvey AssociatesThe Survey (Volume 69) → online text (page 1 of 120)
Font size
QR-code for this ebook


*


q i-


*




MERCY COLLEGE
LIBRARY




+





-


+


DETROIT

MICHIGAN


-i-


*


| + +


*



LIBRARY



STYLE



tenth..



lerline proper ,,r,0 (Follow exactly word in* ^

m<mt as giTCU belo"



IICKRAB
IfSUUIlD

;UTK
EHHER




5664




INDEX



VOLUME LXIX



JANUARY 1933 DECEMBER 1933



twu;



NEW YORK
SURVEY ASSOCIATES, INC.

112 EAST 19TH STREET



16725



Index
January 1933 December 1933

VOLUME LXIX



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 subjects. The precise wording of titles has not been
retained where abbreviation or paraphrase has seemed more desirable.



A. D. 1933 (verse), 213
Abbott, Edith, 55
Abbott, Grace, 245

Child health recovery. 349
Abortions, 350, 415, 420
Academic failure, 167
Accident prevention, 327
Accidents, 297
Acts of God, 225
Addams, Jane, 245, 249
Adler, Felix, obituary, 193
Adolescent girls, 267
Adopted orphan, 354
Adult education, 121, 198
Des Moines, 161
Unemployed, 82
Advertising radio, 383
After prison, 410
AAA and FERA, 380
Akron, 330

Health education, 116
Alabama, 122. 169

Medical relief, 358
Albright, H. M., 186
Alcatraz Prison, 382
Alcohol, 46
Alderson, W. Va., 162
Allegany County, N. Y., public-health

nursing, 324

Alleghany County, Pa., work relief, 38
Alliance, Ohio, 201
Alms, 149
Altmeyer's, The Industrial Commission

of Wisconsin, 364
America, lifting her out of the soup

(cartoon), 402
American Association for Social

Security, 239
American Association of Social

Workers, 51, 52
American Civic Annual, 129
A. F. of L., New Deal and, 374
American Legislators' Association, 106
American Public Health Association,

emergency committee, 75
American Public Welfare Association,

advice from, 85
American Relief Caravan, 11
Americans, one-hundred-percent-plus

woman, 68
Amidon, Beulah, When standards break,

20
Andress, Bart, The silent partner speaks

up, 341

Antioch College, 35
Appointments, 303
Appraisal, 397
Apprenticeship, 327
Arkansas, 122

State relief, 360
A. I. C. P., report, 195
Atlanta, 115, 198, 392
Australia. 95

Automobile accidents, Ohio. 421
Automobiles, Client's car, 204
Fewer fatalities, 112
Relief for owners of cars, 103

B

Baby show, new kind, 296

Baker, H. C., A century of progress in

welfare, 251
Baker, N. D., 339

The state key to relief, 1
Baker Memorial Pavilion, 78
Baker's Displacement of Men by

Machines, 426
Ballet, Letson (letter), 92
Baltimore, 331, 391, 423

Garment strike, 20

Mob spirit, 413

Baltimore and Ohio railroad, 112
Bane, Frank, 52, 84



Bank accounts, relief for persons with,

347

Bank holidays, relief during, 199
Barnard, C. I., 169
Barnes, G. W. (letter), 236
Barometer of books, the, 280
Barrett, L. R., 283
Barter, 70, 428

In relief, 360

Labor for produce, 6

Literature on, 130

Questionnaire, 289

Self help and, 329

Story, 272

Bartholomew's Urban Land Uses, 234
Battle Creek, 117
Bedinger, G. R., 416
Beer, Massachusetts and, 227
Beers, C. W., 224
Begging, 277
Behavior, 41

Schoolboys, 42
Belknap, W. B., 106
Bellevue Psychiatric Hospital, 420
Benjamin, Herbert, 56
Bequests, 161
Berkeley, Cal., 423
Best, E. L., 418
Bigelow, G. H., 296
Billikopf, Jacob, 52
Birchfield, W. T., 6
Birmingham, 331

Birth and Death Registration Areas, 421
Birth control policies, 30
Bittner, V. A., 53
Black Mountain College, 388
Blackwell, A. S. (letter), 46
Blake, S. R., 227
Blanket Recovery Code, White List and,

292

Blauvelt, W. S. (letter), 44
Blind, the Dog guides for, 121

Talking books for, 77
Blindness, 264

Babies' 224
Bluestone, E. M., The case of the

chronic sick, 353
Bolan, J. A., 295
Bolt, R. A., 350
Bond, E. D., honors for, 161
Bondy, R. E. (letter), 268
Booklet reviews, 331
Books, Barometer of, 280

By their books ye shall know them, 92

Professional, how to get, 204

Reviews, 40, 88, 126, 171, 202, 233,
264, 298, 332, 362, 394, 426

Short reviews, 43, 91, 129, 235, 267,

300, 364, 396, 429
Bosses, political, social work attitude

toward, 408

Boston, Aged men, extra-mural care for,
294

Community chest, 381

Mothers' milk, 79
Boston State Hospital, 420
Bourke-White, Margaret, photograph,

210

Bourne, Dorothy, 295
Bowman, Isaiah, 336
Boy Scouts, 399
Boys, Bad, 385

Cleveland, homeless, 163

Ethics for, 42

Idle, 190

New blood in work for, 76

Runaway, 99, 101
Boys' clubs, 172
Boys on the loose, 71
Boys on the road, 356
Bradley, R. M., Wanted: a national
center on medical costs and care, 108
Brammell, P. R., 324
Brandeis, L. D., chain store case and,
159



Brasstown, N. C., cooperative enterprise,

414

Brazil, mental hygiene, 297
Breshkovsky, Catherine, 46
Bridgman, L. W., 83
British National Insurance Act, 325
Brooklyn, N. Y., social planning, 114
Brookwood Labor College, 80

Trouble, 165
Brown, C. S. (letter), 130

The churches in their blindness, 17
Brown's Immigration, 333
Bruno, F. J., Planning for a good life,

244

Bryan, J. S., 339

Bryn Mawr Summer School, 197, 230
Buck, Pearl, 18

Speaks to Negroes, 23
Buffalo, N. Y., Relief in, 321

Study of employment and

unemployment, 33
Buhler, Kan., 164
Building, Seattle study, 386
Building men growing trees, 186
Burgess, J. S. (letter), 173

Living on a surplus, 6
Burhoe, B. W., Every bed a school, 352
Burlingham, C. C, 153
Burnett, M. C. (letter), 204
Burnham, W. H., 19
Burns, A. T., 181

Burns' Leisure in the Modern World, 41
Burroughs, O. W. (letter), 132
Business, Ethics, 126

Young groups learning, 327
Business men, small, 409
Butler Hospital, 196
Buttenheim, H. S. (letter), 44

Emergency message to community
leaders, an, 217

New philosophy of giving, the, 343



Cabot, F. P., 88
California, 96, 122

Cooperatives, 236

Drifting boys, 101

Full time with over-time, 158

Institute of Child Welfare, 356

Schpolhouses, 205

Social-welfare laws and certification
of workers, 384

Social workers, legislative
representatives, 194

State labor camps, 86

Unemployed Cooperative Relief
Association, 6

Unemployment insurance, 32

Whittier School, 292
Cameron, Donaldina, 89
Camps, 420

Stay-at-home, 384
Cancer, 31

Massachusetts history, 296

Publicity, 78
Canfield, Alice, 250
Canfield and Gruenberg's Our Children,

89

Canned goods, grades on labels, 323
Canning industry, New York State, 80
Capital punishment, 236
Caribbean seminar, 419
Carnegie Corporation, 77
Carolina School for Workers, 397
Carr, C. E. 32
Case work, 342

Changing social order and, 61

Respect for personality, 195
Case workers, morals and, 204
Catholic Charities, 378
Century of progress in welfare, exhibit,

251

Chain gang, 132
Chamber of Commerce, public health and

the, 359
Chapel Hill, 74



Chen, K. K., 112

Cheney, S. M. (letter), 204

Chicago, 124

Clerical work-relief projects, 76

Community chest, 381

Complaint mechanism, 201

Delinquency (mural in social-service
exhibit), 251

Developments, 87

Government, 171

Health service for self-supporting
women, 78

Racketeering, 16

Schools, 26

Settlement houses and relief, 9

Social work exhibit at Century of
Progress, 251

Special relief bureaus, 423

Work relief, 86

Workers' Committee on

Unemployment, 9
Child care, 126

Child Guidance, Institute for, 388
Child Health Day, 116
Child health recovery, 349
Child labor, 33, 119, 132, 259, 327

Indiana, 197

Pennsylvania, 229

Shift in, 187

Standards, 80

Will the codes abolish?, 290
Child Labor Amendment, 165, 230, 383,

386

Child Labor Day, 418
Child welfare, Missouri, 162

Silver Lake, N. Y., 297
Childbirth, 74, 350
Children, Code, 357

Death rates, 30

Dependent, New York State, 319

Dependent and neglected, census of,
416

Employment of subnormal, 32

Exploiting of, 277

Foster-family care, 294

Industrial accidents, 386

Malnutrition, 325, 381

News code and, 35j

Picture show of, 296

Problem children, 31

Radio programs and, 167

Safeguards, 118

Unemployment, effect of, on children,
325

Unusual children, 34
Children must live their own lives, 376
Children's Bureau, 349

Report, 26

Children's Welfare Federation, 296
Chimpanzee and child, 299
Chinatown, 89
Christmas seals, 389
Christoffersen, C. M., 173
Christopolus, Peter, 354
Chronic patients, 353
Churches, 130

Foreign missions and, 17

Social trends and, 64
Churchill, H. S., Where the rent money

goes, 315

Cigar makers and machines, 418
Cigars, 118

Cincinnati, Community reorganization,
412

Unemployment-school census, 262
Cities, relief action, 361, 422
Citizens, public officials and, 221
Citizenship, 127

City planning, National Conference, 383
Civil Works Administration, 403
Plan, 403
Projects, 404

Wage scales, 404
Civilization, 205
Clague, Ewan, 416
Clark, Evans, 3



IV



Index



Clerical workers, 425
Cleveland, 331, 390

Anti-sweatshop campaign, 326

Clinic plan, 5

Clothing collection, 263

Confinement cases, 350

Expectant Fathers, 421

Health Association, 228

Medical care, 358

Music School Settlement, 316

Nurses, 239

Transient boys, 163
Clinics, Cleveland plan, 5
Clothing pool, 28
Coal industry Colorado, 197
Coale, E. H., 121, 425
Coat and suit industry, labels, 417
Codes, Social work, 354

Standards, 414

Steel industry under, 413

Will they abolish child labor?, 290
Coe's Educating for Citizenship, 127
Colcord. J. C., 207

New relief deal, 179

On conference attendance, 173
Collective bargaining, 326
College women, advisory service for,

198

Colleges, Courses for the unemployed,
120

Preparation and highschools, 419
Collier, John, 207, 248
Colliersville, Tenn., 263
Colorado, 391, 422
Colorado Fuel and Iron Co., 418
Columbia National Forest, workers

(ill.), 178
Columbia University, Commission on the

machine age, 70
Commodity distribution, 380
Common welfare, 22, 70, 110, 159, 192
224, 259, 292, 322, 354, 381, 413

Publications, 161

Commons (J.R.) Research Library, 197
Commonwealth College, 80, 197
Communications, 44, 92, 130, 172, 204,

236, 268, 301, 365, 397, 430
Communities, emergency message to

leaders, 217
Community chests, 232, 393

Campaign results, 21. 26

In a recovery year, 339

Poster for fall campaign (ill.), 306

Situation, 381
Community Chests and Councils, Inc.,

239, 249

Community, a, learning how to play, 283
Community reorganization, 412
Company unions, 326

Campaign against, 327
Compton, Cal., 6
Conferences, Attendance, 45

Elections, 48

Who shall attend?, 172
Conflict, 41
Connecticut, Factory law, 327

Old-age relief, 76

Rent and water supply, 421

Tuberculosis, 359
Conservation, 129
Conservation program, 186
Consumers, how organize, 365
Consumers' Cooperative Services, 414
Consumers' League White List, 292
Cook County (Chicago), Bureau of
Public Welfare, Public Relations

Bureau of Public Welfare, statistics,

261

Cooperation, 148
Cooperative School for Student

Teachers, 35

Cooperatives, California, 6, 236
Cosmetics, government control, 383
Lostigan, E. P., 51, 84
Cotton, Red Cross, 84
Cotton, H. A., 224
Courage, 15

Courts, New York City, 41
towgill, E. L., Detroit's new district

plan, 214
Cox, W. B., 115
Coyle, D. C. (letter), 8, 244, 430

Primitives of a new age, 246
Crafts, M. E., 81
Crime, 298, 302, 357

Control of youthful, 28

Organized, 16

Psychopathology, 202

Youti! and, 295
Crippled children, 82
Cross-eyes clinic, 31, 93
Croxton, F. C., 54, 181
Cuba, seminar, 419
Cubberly, E. P., 198
Cummings, H. C., 268
Cutler, .1. E. (letter), 268
Cutsforth's The Blind in School and
Society, 264



Davidson, Flora (letter), 237
Davis, H. J., Uncle Sam and medical
relief, 351



Where relief includes medical care,

155
Day nurseries, 44

Richmond", Va., 29
Deafness, school children, 162
Deathrate, Children, 30

Infants, 359

New York State, 164
Deflation where is thy sting?, 184
Delaware, old-age relief, 416
Denison, Isabelle, One hundred percent

plus, 68
Dennison's Ethics and Modern Business,

126

Denver, 301
Dependency, 357

Dependent children in New York, 319
Dependent families, 345
Depression, Eugenics and, 430

Family health as affected by, 417
Des Moines, Adult education, 161

Forums, 387
Design for nursing, 313
Detroit, 133

Clothing pool, 28

Conference program, 189

Dentistry for school-children, 228

National Conference, 243

New district plan, 214

Social workers, 184

Wage relief, 124

Welfare cafeterias, 39
Deutsch's Psychoanalysis of the

Neuroses, 264

DeVilbiss, L. A. (letter), 430
Devine, E. T., 65, 392
Diabetic diet, 164
Diabetic islands of safety, 116
Diabetes, 421

Dimnet's What We Live By, 40
Diphtheria, toxoid, 358
Disaster relief, 225
Discussion groups, 132
Dismissal-wage plans, report on, 81
Dixon, R. B., 295
Doctors, 3, 5

Hospitals versus?, 110

Incomes, 30

Need for better, 22
Dodds, H. W., 270
Dog guides, 121
Doniger, Simon (letter), 45
Drake, H. L., 259
Dramatic sketches, 418
Dublin, L. I., 75
Duke Endowment, 417
Dunham, Arthur, Building men

growing trees, 186
Du Puy's Hawaii, 395



Earp, J. R., Teaching sex to young

people, 223

East Harlem Health Center, 74
Eating the surplus, 380
Ebb-tide of employment, 279
Economic Reconstruction Legislation,

418

Economic security, 310
Economy councils, 160
Education, 34, 82, 120, 166, 198, 327,
387, 419

Emergency, 166

FERA and, 415

Life, 394

Notes, 35, 121

Of the unemployed, 82

Pamphlets, 387

Regional conferences, 420

Waste in, 167
Educational planning, 128
Educational welfare, 217
Edmonds, F. S., 107
Electric light and power costs, 71
Ely, Richard, 336
Emergency conservation work, 178

(ill.), 186, 231

Emergency medical relief, 195
Emergency Relief Act, 179
Emergency relief work, 204
Emergency Work Bureau, 371
Emerson, R. W., 15
Emotions, 332
Employe stockholders, 326
Employment offices, tests for jobs, 385
Employment, ebb-tide of, 279
Enameled stoves, 166
Engineers, 123
England, relief, 37
Ephedrine, 112
Epstein, Abraham, New standards for

unemployment insurance, 281
Epstein's Insecurity, 394
Estill, C. L., 54, 56
Eugenics, depression and, 430
Every bed a school, 352
Eye services, 227



Fall River, Mass., 125
School costs cut, 328

Family, 128
Budgets, 161



Exploiting the children, 277
' Problems, 376
Family relief, 345

Bank accounts, cars, etc., 347
Family welfare, plan for, 416
Farm colonies, 28
Farm philosophy, 255
Farming, 132, 365

Industry on the farm, 118
Farnham, Henry W., 368
Fathers, 83

Expectant, 421
Fear, 13

Four kinds, 13
Fechner, Robert, 186
Federal Council of Churches, 64
Federal Emergency Relief

Administration, 284, 399

AAA and, 380

CWA and, 405

Developments, 329, 391

Education under, 415

Inaction, 414

Policies, 260, 360

State action and, 344
Federal help (cartoon), 146
Federal relief, Educational purposes,
327

Kinds and amount, 288

Local administrative units, 287

Local participation, 286

Minimum standards of service, 286

New deal, 179

Personnel and service standards, 288

State and local participation, 330

State cooperation with, 344

Threefold, 159

Transients, 289

Two months of the new deal, 284

Types of relief, 287
Fiddles and food, 316
Filene, E. A., on wage reductions, 111
Fitch, John A., The AF of L and the

new deal. 374
Fitzpatrick, Aileen, 95
Fitzpatrick cartoons, 50. 402
Flop-house (verse). 318
Florida schools, 205
Folks, Homer, 244
Food, 115

Dependent families' choices, 295

Distribution to the destitute

unemployed, 354
Food and Drug Act, 414
Food and drugs, 383
Forbes, A. W. (letter), 397
Forced labor, 267

Foreign missions, Laymen's Inquiry, 17
Forest expeditionary force, 231
Forestry Camp No. 10, 102
Forums, Des Moines, 387
Fosdick, R. B., 405
Foster, J. H., Dependent children in

New York, 319
Foster day care, 44
Foster-family care, 294
Foundations, 22, 77
Fox, Hugh F., 27
Full time with overtime, 158



Games, 90

Gang prevention, 227

Gangsterized industry, 1 6

Garbage-picking, 277

Garden farms, 28

Gardens, 170

Garment labels, 417

Garment makers, 236

Garrett, Ind., 81

Gas ranges, 166

Gates, V. V., Flop-house (verse), 318

Gaumnitz, W. H., 82

Geddes, A. E., Relief in a rising market,

345

General Welfare Tax League, 26
Geneva, 431

Shorter work week, 119
German insurance, 266
German refugees, 382
German visitors, 400
Germany, Relief, 37

Social work in, 226
Get help through, 211
Gibson, C. D., drawing, 242
Gibson Committee, 154, 371
Gillin's Social Pathology, 266
Girls, Idle, 190

Tuberculosis, 78
Givers, social work and, attitudes on

various aspects, 341
Giving, Money in 1932, 77

New philosophy of, 343
Glands, 202
Glueck's Probation and Criminal Justice,

128

Goiter, 228

Gofd mining in the West, 92
Gold standard. 193
Golden Gate Bridge, 165
Goldrich, L. W., 34
Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co., 33
Gossip, 47, 94, 133, 175, 207, 239, 270,
303, 335, 367, 399, 431



Government, economy in, 71, 160, 225
Government officials, bad repute, 221
Graham's The Abolition of

Unemployment, 171
Grand Rapids, 87
Green, William, 53, 56, 374
Greene, F. E., Social work and the

Philistines, 408
Greenville. Pa., 416
Gries and Ford's Home Ownership, 91
Guaranteed wage plan, 158

H

Haig, R. M., 107

Hair dye, 117

Hall, A. M., An emergency message to

community leaders, 217
Hall, Helen, 56
Hansen, A. H., Minnesota plans for job

insurance, 58
Hardie, A. D., on conference attendance,

172

Harrisburg. Pa., 393
Hartford, Conn., 124
Hatton, A. R., on government economy,

Hawaii, 395

Hay fever, 296

Hayes, M. H. S., 35

Health, 30, 78, 116, 163, 195, 227, 296,

324, 358, 388, 420
Budget, Chicago, 324
Health Department obstacle, 66
Literature, 31, 79. 116, 164, 195, 228,

297, 324, 358, 421
Notes, 31, 117
Price of, 381
Schools, 324
Health conservation contest, 325

Health councils. 78
Health plan for the nation, a, 373
Health services, first aid for, 75
Healthwin Sanatorium, 228
Heart disease, 110, 325
Heidbreder's Seven Psychologies, 235
Henderson, Leon, 414
Henderson, Yandell (letter), 365
Henry Street Settlement, Fortieth

anniversary of Miss Wald's coming,
192

Summer camp (ill.), 274
Herring, H. C., 419
Herring's Social Planning and Adult

Education, 426
Hidden resources, relief problems in

case of, 406

Highlander Folk School, 198 328
Highschools, 388

College entrance examinations, and,

419

Hillman, Arthur (letter), 174
Hillquit, Morris, 393
Hinkley. Alice. Venturing for idle boys

and girls, 190
Hiscock's Community Health

Organization, 41
Hitch-hikers. 411

Hodson, William (letters), 93, 238
Mobilize for the new deal, 245
Social workers in a changing world,

Hoehler, F. K. (letter), 93

Hogg. M. H., Ebb-tide of employment,

279

Hollander, J. H., 20
Home, 127

Home-Building Conference, 225
Home Economics. Bureau of, 113
Home Relief Bureau, 66
Homeless Americans, 212
Homemakers' clubs, 424
Homes, ownership, 91
Honorary degrees, 270
Hop Light Ladies, 224
Hope, 14

Hopkins, E. J., 42
Hopkins, G. B. (letter), 130
Hopkins. Harry L., 243, 284

Federal relief job, the. 247
Horse laugh '(cartoon), 106
Hoskins' The Tides of Life, 202
Hosmer, G. E. H., A volunteer among

the veterans, 257

Hospital care, group payment for, 359
Hospital councils, 163
Hospitals, 117

Doctors versus?, 110

Middle-rate plan in Boston. 78

New Jersey aid, 296

Problem, 5

Work up, funds down, 323
Hostetter, G. L., Gangsterized industry,

16
Housing, Activity, 336

Bills, New York State, 160

Census statistics, 57

Chicago conference, 225

Exhibit, 160

Information, 163

New York City. 315

Public, 382, 415

RFC, Loans, 193

Under NRA, 355



Index



How the other half lives on relief, 379
How we behave in other people's houses,

218

Howe's the Children's Judge, 88
Humanology, 302



I think I'd better call the nurse, 253

Ice Cream Co., 158

Ickes, Secretary, rebuilding slums, 382

Idle hands (cartoon), 50

Idleness, sickness and, 388

Illinois, 422

Changes, 123

Health Department, 227

Prisons, 384

RFC aid, 200

Relief manual, 194

Relief rents, 413

Sales tax, 231

Tuberculosis tests at State Fair, 358
Illiteracy, 83
Illness, Chronic, 353

Idleness and, 338

Uneven burdens of, 3
Immigration, 333
Indian Bureau, 207
Indiana, 195, 422

Child-labor law, 197

Health club plan, 421

Propagandizing, 385

Relief, 231

Indianapolis, 226, 422
Indians, 425

Children's day or public schools, 34

Cultural heritage dissipated, 42
Individualism, socialized, 151
Industrial accidents, children. 386
Industrial Research Group, 81
Industry, 32, 80, 118, 165, 197, 229, 326,
385, 417

Gangsterized, 16

Literature. 118, 229

Medical code for, 389

Notes, 33

Pamphlets, 386

Steadying jobs, 81
Insanity, 224
Insley, J. K., 20

Institute of Economic Research, 336
Institutes, 367
Institutions, census of, 416
Insurance, 22
Insurance Authority, 275
International living, American and

European youth, 82
Interstate Legislative Assembly, 106
Issler, A. R., Full time with overtime,
158



Jacobs, P. P., 113
Jenkins, E. C, (letter), 397
Jewisff social service. 249

Code for workers, 259
Jewish students, 428
Jewish Welfare Board, 384
Jews, Deaths compared with non-Jews,
30

Settlement on the land, 162
Tob-line that cost $28 million, the, 371
Jottings, 425
Judd, Ruth, 236
Junior Achievement, 327
Juvenile Court Judges, 304



Kahn, Dorothy, 245

Kansas, Social-work organization, 76

State organization, 85
Kansas City, 124, 331
Karpman's Case Studies in the

Psychopathology of Crime, 202
Keener, R. D., A. D. 1933 (verse), 213
Keeping doctor and patient together, 220
Kelley, Florence, In memoriam, 292
Kellogg's The Ape and the Child, 299
Kelly, Genevieve, 250
Kennedy, Thomas, 53
Kenney, L. E. (letter), 44
Kensington Day Nursery, 114
Kentucky, 168, 268, 344, 390, 422

Nurses, 421

Kern's I Go Nursing, 428
Kidde, Walter, 293
Kilbreath, M. G., 56
Kilpatrick's Education and the Social

Crisis, 128

Kimble, G. E. (letter), 301
King, C. L., 106
Kingsbury, J. A., A health plan for the

nation, 373
Kirkpatrick, E. L. (letter), 398

Farm philosophy, 255
Riser's Sea Island to City, 300
Kleeck, Mary van, 322
Knickerbocker Village, 315
Knight, H. R., 249

On conference attendance, 172
Knott, cartoon, 146
Knott County, Ky., 118
Kohn, R. D., 382, 415
Kosmak, G. W., 74



Kurtz, R. H., American Relief Caravan,

11

On the governors' door-steps, 344
Relief from relief, 403
Two months of the new deal in federal

relief, 284



Labels for fair goods, 197

Labor, idle, exchanged for produce, 6

Labor Action School. 418

Labor camps, California, 86

Labor laws, uniform, 119

Labor pamphlets, 368

Labor schools, 80

LaFollette, R. M., 51, 84

La Guardia, F. H., slum clearance, 415

Land tax, 44

Lane, W. D., After prison, 410

Lankford, Eugene (letter), 302

Larson's Lying ajid Its Detection, 428

Lasker, L. D., Taxes and social services,

8

Latin, 328

Laundries, minimum wages, 385
Lawrence, Alton, and Others (letter),

397
Lead poisoning, 31

Enameled stoves, 166
Leadership, lack of, 13
Leake's House of Refuge, 128
Lee, P. R., Social workers: pioneers

again, 307
Leisure, 41, 124

Organizing for, 405
Women workers and, 420
Leisure Hour Clubs, 226, 227
Leland, S. E., 77

The invasion of green tax pastures,

106
Lerrigo, R. A., Community learning

how to play, a, 283
From alms to welfare, 149
Pennsylvania's welfare set-up, 188
Letchworth Village, 224
Lewis, Morris, 213
Libraries, 120

Demand for books, 280
Lie-detector, 428
Lies's The New Leisure, 394
Life, 40
Lindeman, E. C., 93

Social workers hesitate and then ?,

13

Lip-reading, 162
Liquor control, 365
Little Cabinet, Washington, 207
Little theatres, 426
Living on a surplus, 6, 173
Loan sharks, hunting, 259
Lobenstine Midwifery Clinic, 296
Local relief agencies, 285
Locke, Alain, The Negro in times like

these, 222
Long, H. F., 106

Lorand's Psycho-analysis Today, 264
Lorimer, V. L. (letter), 397
Los Alamos, Cal., 163
Los Angeles, 330

Summer school for workers, 418
Los Angeles County, 6, 101, 173, 227
Relief, 231

Training public workers, 250
Louisiana, 169, 232, 330, 391

Children's code, 357
Lovejoy, O. R., 71

Uncle Sam's runaway boys, 99
Lovell, Philip (letter), 238
Lumpkin's The Family, 203
Luria's The Nature of Human Conflicts,

41
Lurie, H. L., Case work in a changing

social order, 61
On relief, 53
Lynchings, 77, 233
Mob spirit and, 413

M

Ma Huang, 112



Online LibrarySurvey AssociatesThe Survey (Volume 69) → online text (page 1 of 120)