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VOLUME 28

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Index to Volume 28, 1942

Journal of Social Hygiene

CONTENTS

BY AUTHOR, TITLE AND SUBJECT



An agreement by the War and Navy
Departments, the Federal Security
Agency, and state health departments
on measures for the control of the
venereal diseases in areas where
armed forces or national defense em-
ployees are concentrated, May 1940.
31.
Alabama.

Yearbook summary. 189.
Alaska.

Yearbook summary. 360.
American Bar Association.
Appoints committee on courts and so-
cial protection. 434.
Committee on Courts and Social Pro-
tection meets. 488.
American Medical Association.
No certification of prostitutes. Wal-
ter Clarke, M.D. 423.
American Public Health Association.
Wartime problems to be discussed
at APHA meeting in St. Louis.
433.

St. Louis meetings successful. 483.
American Social Hygiene Association.
Annual business meeting, 1942. 165.
Annual business meeting, 1943. 552.
Annual meeting, general session.

135, 156.

Annual meeting plans, 1943. 552.
Budget for 1942. 169.
Committee reports. 170.
Honorary life memberships. 143.
Industrial provisions for syphilis
control. Eeport of a study made
by the A.S.H.A. Eileen MeGrath.
97.
Program for 1942. 168.



American Social Hygiene Association

continued

Year of national defense activities.
A condensed report for 1941. Wal-
ter Clarke. 178.
American Urological Association.

Urology award.
Anthony, Richard H. Youth standards

in wartime. 448.

Programs relating to the Immediate
needs of youth as engendered by
the wartime situation. Harvard
seminar on youth standards in
wartime. Eeport of workshop no. 1.
Arizona.

Yearbook summary. 192.
Arkansas.

Yearbook summary. 194.
Armstrong, Donald B. Quotation. 48.
Army. See U. S. Army.
Army venereal disease control officer

assignments. 487, 564.
Association News. 491.



"Best traditions of the service": the
U. S. Navy and social hygiene. 22.
Bibliographies.

From the First World War scrap-
book. 480.
Readings and references on social

hygiene in war time. 63.
Social hygiene aids for youth and

youth leaders. 492.
Two useful references. Digests of

laws. 436.

Bigelow, Maurice A. Social hygiene
and youth in defense communities.
437.



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Boston, a study of protective measures
in the city of. 403.

Boys in uniform. Photograph. In-
sert following 469.

Bright shield of continence, The.
Commander Gene Tunney. 473.

Broughton, Philip. Prostitution and
the war. 115.

Brown, Ernest W. Protecting workers
from venereal diseases. II. In gov-
ernment defense industries. 83.

"The business of youth" in wartime.
Editorial. 482.



California.

Yearbook summary. 196.

Campbell, Elizabeth. Honorary life
membership. 151.

Clarke, Walter. No certification of

prostitutes. 423.

Commercialized prostitution and dis-
ease transmission in New York
City. 426.

A year of national defense activities.
178.

Clubwomen's program, The. 488.

Colorado.

Yearbook summary. 205.

Combating syphilis among Cincinnati
industrial workers. W. H. Richard-
son. 91.

Commercialized prostitution and dis-
ease transmission in New York City.
Walter Clarke. 426.

Committees.

Committee on courts and social pro-
tection meets. 488.

Committee on prostitution and the
women's court of the Welfare Coun-
cil of New York City. Recommenda-
tions for improving procedures in
dealing with prostitution cases in
New York City. 372.
American Bar Association appoints
committee on courts and social
protection. 434.

Community programs.

Some things a community should
know about itself. 506.



Community programs continued

Some typical community conditions
and efforts to deal with them. 50.
Suggestions for organizing a com-
munity social hygiene progr m.
499.
A community social hygiene program.

Chart. 504.
Connecticut.

Yearbook summary. 207.
Conferences.

American Social Hygiene Association

thirtieth annual meeting. 483.
Other Social Hygiene Day programs.

554.

Regional conference at Buffalo. 553.
The regional social hygiene day con-
ference programs, 1942. 155.
St. Louis meetings successful. 483.
United States Public Health Service
conference at Hot Springs marks
a milestone. 485.

Cooperation of industry with the De-
troit Health Department in venereal
disease control. Clement Scott. 94.



Defense Health and Welfare Services,
Social Protection Section.

Safeguards plus salvage. 40.

Some illustrations of Army, Navy,
Public Health Service and Social
Protection Section problems. 54.
Delaware.

Yearbook summary. 209.
Delinquency. Editorial. 481.
District of Columbia.

See Washington, D. C.

Yearbook summary. 211.
Does your state need new social hy-
giene legislation? George Gould.

536.



Editorials. 1-3, 108, 185, 428-9, 481,

548, 551.
Education.

Now is the time to prepare! The
need for social hygiene education
in a long range program. Lester
A. Kirkendall. 458.



CONTENTS



569



Ehrlich, Mrs. Paul. Photograph with
Admiral Mclntire. 134.

Eight-point program on the 48 fronts.
187, 188.

Essential provisions of state laws for
Depression of prostitution. 538.

Everett, Bay H.

Getting social protection across. 521.
Those same old questions. Editorial.
551.

Everett, Ray H., Jean B. Pinney and
William F. Snow. The federal pro-
gram in action. January.



Father 's Farewell to His Soldier Son, A.

W. Henson Purcell. 476.
Federal Bureau of Investigation holds
quarterly police conferences on pro-
titution. 435.
Federal fight against venereal disease,

The. Paul V. McNutt. 117.
Federal program in action, The. Jan-
uary. National Defense Series, No. VI.
Federal Security Agency.

An agreement by the War and Navy
Departments, the Federal Security
Agency, and state health depart-
ments on measures for the control
of the venereal diseases in areas
where armed forces or national
defense employees are concentrated,
May 1940. 31.
Federal Works Agency.

Quarantine hospitals approved for

treatment of women. 490.
Fit to fight and fit for life: social
hygiene activities of the U. S. Army.
4.
Florida.

Southeastern Social Hygiene Day con-
ference program at Jacksonville.
160.

Yearbook summary. 216.
Frontispieces.

Army weddings. November.
878 studies of commercialized pros-
titution. October.

Improvement in commercialized pros-
titution conditions in 214 commu-
nities. October.



Frontispieces continued

Health is a victory. A talking mo-
tion picture. February.
Photographs of Franklin D. Roosevelt,
Frank Knox, Paul V. MeNutt,
Henry, L. Stimson. January.
Social hygiene in wartime. Decem-
ber.

William Freeman Snow award pre-
sented to Frederick Fuller Russell.
March.

G

General Federation of Women's Clubs.

The clubwomen's program. 488.

Announces social hygiene campaign.

433.
Georgia.

Yearbook summary. 219.
Getting social protection across. Ray

H. Everett. 521.

Girls in uniform. Photographs. No-
vember.
Gonorrhea.

How syphilis and gonorrhea are

transmitted. 508.

"Good times in good company" help
build national defense.

Chart following 48.
Gould, George. Does your state need

new social hygiene laws? 536.



Hamlin, Lueile Hook. Syphilis re-
porting and Wassermann findings by
states. 103.

Harvard Seminar on Youth Standards
in Wartime. Report of Workshop
No. 1. Richard H. Anthony,
Leader. Youth standards in War-
time. 448.
Hawaii.

Yearbook summary. 360.
Health builds manpower. Editorial. 108.
"Health is the state's foundation";
the Division of Venereal Diseases,
U. S. Public Health Service. 30.
Health officers, Memorandum to state
and local. R. A. Vonderlehr. 520.
How syphilis and gonorrhea are trans-
mitted. Chart. 508.



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CONTENTS



Idaho.

Yearbook summary. 222.
Illinois.

Yearbook summary. 224.
In and out of the newspapers. Joseph

L. Stenek. 113.
Indiana.

Yearbook summary. 231.
Industrial notes. 110.
Industrial provisions for syphilis con-
trol. A report of a study made by
the American Social Hygiene Asso-
ciation. Eileen McQrath. 97.
Industry.

Cooperation of industry with the De-
troit Health Department in vene-
real disease control. Clement
Scott. 94.

Combating syphilis among Cincinnati
industrial workers. W. H. Richard-
son. 91.
Health education among industrial

workers in Vermont. 96.
Industrial provisions for syphilis con-
trol. A report of a study made
by the American Social Hygiene
Association. Eileen McQrath. 97.
New social hygiene posters. 402.
Protecting workers from venereal dis-
eases. I. In civilian defense in-
dustries. James G. Townsend. 78.
II. In government defense indus-
tries. Ernest W. Brown. 83.
Questionnaire on syphilis control sent
by American Social Hygiene Ass'n
to industrial medical departments.
101.

Quotation. R. A. Vonderlehr. 102.
A special number on progress in pre-
vention and control of venereal
disease among industrial workers.
February.

Industry's opportunity. Some com-
ments on past, present and future
efforts to solve the venereal disease
problem among workers. Walter W.
R. May. 69.

International association of chiefs of
police holds annual meeting in New
York. 431.



Iowa.

Yearbook summary. 234.
Ireland, Merritte W. William Freeman

Snow award presented to Frederick

Fuller Russell. 135.



Johnson, Bascom. Honorary life mem-
bership. 148.
A quotation. 371.
A quotation. 418.
Johnson, Bascom, Jr. "When brothels

close v.d. rates go down." 525.
Joint Agreement, etc.

See An Agreement by the War and
Navy Departments, etc.



Kansas.

Yearbook summary. 236.
Kentucky.

Yearbook summary. 241.
Kentucky State Department of Health.
Time to make the kill. Frontispiece,

reverse. December.
Kirkendall, Lester A. Now is the time
to prepare 1 The need for social
hygiene education in a long range
program. 458.



Lane, Marie D. The national youth

administration health program in

wartime. 469.
Larsen, Ruth and Aimee Zillmer. What

she thinks about it. Facts and

opinions from 3,300 Wisconsin high

school girls. 464.
Legislation.

Laws against prostitution. Chart. 540.
Laws against prostitution. Map. 542.
Laws for repression of prostitution,

Essential provisions of state. 538.
Laws, premarital examination. 544.
Laws, prenatal examination. 545.

Time to make the kill. Frontispiece,
reverse. December.



CONTENTS



571



Laws continued

Does your state need new social hy-
giene laws? George Gould. 536.
Local control of prostitution in wartime.

Colonel Eugene T. Weatherly. 383.
Louisiana.

Yearbook summary. 244.

M

Maine.

Yearbook summary. 247.
Maryland.

Yearbook summary. 248.
Massachusetts.

New England Social Hygiene Day
conference program at Boston. 155.

Yearbook summary. 252.
May Act Public Law 163, 77th Con-
gress, Second Session. See text in

Navy order. 61.

May, Geoffrey. Photograph. 143.
May, Walter W. R. Industry's oppor-
tunity. Some comments on past,

present and future efforts to solve

the venereal disease problem among

workers. 69.
Memberships, honorary life. Six social

hygiene pioneers receive. 144.
Michigan.

Cooperation of industry with the De-
troit Health Department in ve-
nereal disease control. Clement
Scott. 94.

Yearbook summary. 257.
Minnesota.

Yearbook summary. 259.
Mississippi.

Yearbook summary. 260.
Missouri.

Industrial notes. 112.

Wartime problems to be discussed at
A.P.H.A. meeting in St. Louis. 433.

Yearbook summary. 263.
Montana.

Yearbook summary. 270.
Motion pictures.

Health is a victory. Frontispiece.
February.

Know for sure: U. S. Public Health
Service film, photographs. Insert
opposite. 32.



Me

McGrath, Eileen. Industrial provisions
for syphilis control. A report of a
study made by the American Social
Hygiene Association. 97.

Mclntire, Boss T. The Navy social hy-
giene program in action. 127.

McNutt, Paul V.

The federal fight against venereal

disease. 117.
Quotations. 40, 422.

N
National advisory police committee on

social protection formed. 430.
National agencies. 239.
National Anti-Syphilis Committee.

Rear covers, January, February,

March, April.

National conference on venereal dis-
ease control needs in wartime to be

held at Hot Springs. 432.
National defense.

An agreement by the War and Navy
Departments, the Federal Security
Agency, and state health depart-
ments on measures for the control
of the venereal diseases in areas
where armed forces or national de-
fense employees are concentrated,
May, 1940. 31.

"Best traditions of the service ..."
The United States Navy and so-
cial hygiene. 22.

The federal program in action. Jan-
uary. Supplemental notes and ab-
stracts. I. Some typical community
conditions and efforts to deal with
them. 49. II. Some illustrations
of Army, Navy, Public Health
Service, and Social Protection Sec-
tion problems. 54. III. Army and
Navy orders and other government
documents. 57.

Fit to fight . . . and fit for life. A
brief review of the social hygiene
activities of the United States
Army. 4.

' ' Good times in good company ' ' help
build national defense. Insert
following 48.



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National defense continued

"Health is the state's foundation."
The Division of Venereal Disease,
United States Public Health Serv-
ice. 30.

Public agencies working to control
venereal diseases. Insert follow-
ing 44.
Readings and references on social

hygiene in wartime. 63.
Safeguards plus salvage. The Social
Protection Section of the Defense
Health and Welfare Services. 40.
Social Hygiene and National De-
fense. VI. The federal program
in action. January.
A year of national defense activi-
ties. Walter Clarke. 178.
National Education Committee. Bear

cover. May.
National events. 430-36, 483-492, 552-

564.
National Sheriffs' Association.

Adopts resolution condemning pros-
titution. 436.

Continues cooperation. 562.
National voluntary youth agencies,

names and addresses. 471.
National Youth Administration.
Youth in wartime. Photographs.
Health program in wartime. Marie

D. Lane. 469.
Navy. See U. 5. Navy.
Navy appointments. 558.
Navy social hygiene program in action.

Eoss T. Mclntire. 127.
Nebraska.

Yearbook summary. 271.
Ness, Eliot. The new offensive along

the police front. 365.
Nevada.

Yearbook summary. 273.
New Hampshire.

Yearbook summary. 275.
New Jersey.

Yearbook summary. 278.
New Mexico.

Yearbook summary. 283.
New offensive along the police front,
The. Eliot Ness. 365.



New York.

New York Regional Social Hygiene

Day conference program. 156.
Yearbook summary. 286.
New York City.

Commercialized prostitution and dis-
ease transmission in New York
City. Walter Clarke. 426.
Recommendations, for improving pro-
cedures in dealing with prostitu-
tion cases in New York City.
Made by the Committee on Pros-
titution and the Women's Court of
the Welfare Council of New York
City. 372.
No certification of prostitutes. Walter

Clarke. 423.
North Carolina.

Yearbook summary. 301.
North Dakota.

Yearbook summary. 304.
Now is the time to prepare. The need
for social hygiene education in a
long range program. Lester A.
Kirkendall. 458.



Office of Civilian Defense urges state

and regional cooperation. 560.
Office of War Information recommends

frankness on the air. 562.
Official agencies. For reports on work
of, see yearbook summaries of re-
spective states.
Ohio.

Combating syphilis among Cincin-
nati industrial workers. W. H.
Richardson. 91.
Industrial notes. 111.
Midwestern Social Hygiene Day con-
ference program at Cincinnati.
158.

Yearbook summary. 305.
Oklahoma.

Southwestern Social Hygiene Day
conference program at Oklahoma
City. 161.

Yearbook summary. 313.
Oregon.

Industrial notes. 111.
Northwest Social Hygiene Day con-
ference program at Portland. 162.
Yearbook summary. 316.



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573



Parran, Thomas. Quotation. 30.
Pennsylvania.

Yearbook summary. 319.
Pharmacists increase cooperation. 563.
Phelps, Joseph Eoyal. Honorary life

membership. 153.
Pierce, Claude Connor. Honorary life

membership. 147.

Pinney, Jean B., R. H. Everett and
W. F. Snow. The federal program
in action. January.
Planning for "the kind of help they
need." Studies of women and girls
arrested for prostitution in three
selected cities; means and methods
of medical care and social treatment.
388.
Police.

Federal Bureau of Investigation

holds quarterly police conference

on prostitution. 435.

National advisory police committee

on social protection formed. 430.

The new offensive along the police

front. Eliot Ness. 365.
Social hygiene in wartime. II. Pros-
titution, social protection and the
police. October.

Police and health department func-
tions in repressing prostitution and
controlling venereal diseases. Wil-
liam F. Snow. 419.
Posters.

New social hygiene posters. 402.
Who is behind the vice " racket "f

382.

Premarital examination laws. 544.
Prenatal examination laws. 545.
Prostitution.

Commercialized prostitution and dis-
ease transmission in New York
City. Walter Clarke. 426.
878 studies of commercialized pros-
titution. Frontispiece. October.
Federal Bureau of Investigation
holds quarterly police conferences
on prostitution. 435.



Prostitution continued

How syphilis spreads through pros-
titution. Chart. 41.

How to check. Graph. 47.

Improvement in commercialized pros-
titution conditions in 214 commu-
nities. Frontispiece. October.

Local control of prostitution in war-
time. Col. Eugene T. Weatherly.
383.

May Act, Public Law 163, 77th Con-
gress, Second Session. See text in
Navy order. 61.

National Sheriffs' Association adopts
resolution condemning prostitution.
436.

The new offensive along the police
front. Eliot Ness. 365.

No certification of prostitutes.
Walter Clarke. 423.

Police and health department func-
tions in repressing prostitution and
controlling venereal diseases. Wil-
liam F. Snow. 419.

Planning for "the kind of help they
need." Studies of women and
girls arrested for prostitution in
three selected cities; means and
methods of medical care and social
treatment. 388.

Recommendations for improving pro-
cedures in dealing with prostitu-
tion cases in New York City made
by the Committee on Prostitution
and the Women's Court of the
Welfare Council of New York
City. 372.

Smash the prostitution racket.
Poster. 402.

Social hygiene in wartime. II. Pros-
titution, social protection and the
police. October.

Some typical community conditions
and efforts to deal with them. 50.

A study of protective measures in
the city of Boston. 403.

Who is behind the vice "racket"!
Chart. 382.

Essential provisions of state laws for
repression of. 538.



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CONTENTS



Prostitution continued

In the spread of venereal disease
in an Army cantonment area.
"When brothels close v.d. rates
go down." Bascom Johnson, Jr.
525.

Laws against. Chart. 540-41.
Laws against. Map. 542.
and the war. Book review. Philip

Broughton. 115.

Protecting workers from venereal dis-
eases. I. In civilian defense indus-
tries. James G. Townsend. 78.
II. In government defense industries.
Ernest W. Brown. 83.
Protective measures, a study of, in the

city of Boston. 403.
Public Health Service, see U. S. Public

Health Service.

Publications received. 116, 495.
Puerto Eico.

Yearbook summary. 362.
Purcell, W. Henson. A father's fare-
well to his soldier son. 476.

Q

Quarantine hospitals approved for
treatment of women. 490.

R

Radio. Office of War Information
recommends frankness on the air.
562.

Eeeommendations for improving pro-
cedures in dealing with prostitution
cases in New York City. Made by
the Committee on Prostitution and
the Women's Court of the Welfare
Council of New York City. 372.

Rhode Island.

Yearbook summary. 327.

Richardson, W. H. Combating syphilis
among Cincinnati industrial workers.
91.

Rockefeller, John D., Jr. Honorary
life membership. 144.

Rockefeller, John D., III. A quota-
tion. 457.

Roosevelt, Franklin D.

Quotation. January cover.

Quotation. 1.

A quotation. 185.

A quotation. 447.



Russell, Frederick Fuller.

Acceptance of William Freeman
Snow award. 140.

William Freeman Snow award pre-
sented to, by Merritte W. Ireland.
135.

Photograph. Frontispiece. March.

S

Safeguards plus salvage: the Social
Protection Section of the Defense
Health and Welfare Services. 40.
Scott, Clement. Cooperation of indus-
try with the Detroit Health Depart-
ment in venereal disease control. 94.
Selectees. Prevalence of syphilis as
revealed by the Wassermann test
among the first million volunteers
and selectees. 104.
Sex education.

Now is the time to prepare. 458.
What she thinks about it. Aimee

Zillmer and Ruth Larsen. 465.
Six social hygiene pioneers receive
honorary life memberships in the
American Social Hygiene Associa-
tion. 144.
Smith, Edith Livingston. To all

women and girls. 479.
Snow, William F.

Police and health department func-
tions in repressing prostitution and
controlling venereal diseases. 419.
Quotation. 39.

Vim, vigor and victory. Editorial. 1.
War and the coming winter on the
social hygiene front. Editorial.
428.

Award presented to Frederick Fuller
Russell by Merritte W. Ireland.
135.

Ray H. Everett and Jean B. Pinney.
The federal program in action.
January.
Social hygiene aids for youth and

youth leaders. 492.
Social hygiene and youth in defense
communities. Maurice A. Bigelow.
437.



Social Hygiene Day.

Memorandum to state and local
health officers. R. A. Vonderlehr.
520.

Social Hygiene Day, 1943. 483.
Other Social Hygiene Day programs.
Regional conference at Buffalo. 553.
The regional conference programs.

155.

Social Hygiene Society of District of
Columbia meeting. Photograph.
126.
Social hygiene takes battle stations

for 1943. Editorial. 548.
Social hygiene program in action in the

states and communities, The. 187.
Social hygiene societies. For reports

on work of, see respective states.
Social hygiene takes battle stations for

1943. Editorial. 548.
Social hygiene in wartime.
Frontispiece. December.

I. The program in action in the states
and communities. Part I. Alabama-
Kansas, inclusive. April. Part II.
Kentucky-New York, inclusive.
May. Part III. North Carolina-
Wyoming, inclusive, and U. S. pos-
sessions. June.

II. Prostitution, social protection and
the police. October.

III. Youth in wartime. November.

IV. Social Hygiene Day number. De-
cember.

Social protection.

American Bar Association appoints
committee on courts and, social
protection. 434.

Getting social protection across.
Ray H. Everett. 521.

National advisory police committee
on social protection formed. 430.

Social hygiene in wartime. II. Pros-
titution, social protection and the
police. October.
Social protection section. See Defense

health and welfare services.
Societies, social hygiene. For reports

on work of, see yearbook summaries

respective states.



CONTENTS 575

Some aspects of venereal disease pre-
vention in wartime. Thomas B.
Turner. 518.
South Carolina.

Yearbook summary. 329.
South Dakota.

Yearbook summary. 332.
State and community summaries. 189.
State health departments. For reports
on work of, see yearbook summaries
of respective states.
Stenek, Joseph L. In and out of the

newspapers. 113.
Stephenson, Charles S. Honorary life

membership. 146.
Straight talk from one generation to

another. 472.
Study of protective measures in the

city of Boston, A. 403.
Suggestions for organizing a commu-
nity social hygiene program, with
some things a community should
know about itself. 499.
Syphilis.

Annual rate of syphilis per 1,000 in-
habitants by states; and preva-
lence of syphilis as revealed by the
Wassermann test among the first
million volunteers and selectees, by
states. 104.

Combating syphilis among Cincinnati
industrial workers. W. H. Rich-
ardson. 91.
How syphilis and gonorrhea are

transmitted. Chart. 508.
Industrial provisions for syphilis



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