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THE SURVEY



VOL. XLIV
APRIL, 1920 SEPTEMBER, 1920



WITH INDEX



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Index
Volume XLIV

APRIL, 1920 SEPTEMBER, 1920



The material in this index is arranged under authors and subjects and in a few
cases under titles, except verse and book reviews, which arc listed only under those
headings. ius articles and paragraphs are entered under their subjects.

The , .rding of titles has not been retained where abbreviation or para-

phrase has seemed more desirable.



Abbott, C.nte. 99.

r suffrage citizenship. 655.
Abou

-mU. 491.

ilo salaries. 133.
Acadia. ;>-

I ... Does zoning pro-
r>4, r .

, 608.
1M4.

rds. 304.

,,f Hi* N. A.

Aje. tyranny or, 400.

Alabama. '
Albania.

i. disciplinary barracks. 470.
Alcohol In the New Vork Assembly, 99.
Aliens.
Prohibition causing exoaos, t>2.

arrled to, '

All Fools' Day 1" Now York, 68.
All-American Farmer labor Coopera-

208.
Allen. COT. II. } . 7.

Questions to Oompers. 348.
Alllnson, n !>., Easter In prison

'.-'4.

Almy. Frederic, City relief In Buf-
falo.

Amalgamated Clothing Workera. 249.
mlal Convention, 273.

Injunction, 42S, 631.

Amer

ig Europe (DaTl-

on), 13T.
Stauilaril (letter), 840.

urg. Family Social
Work

i nlon. 701.
rtH. 147.

ration of Labor.

.tins. 532.
und, 434.

. ntlon. 267.

at Montreal. 434,

Amer Inst. of Industry and Commerce,

Library A

::4!>.
Miiltlgrnph Co . 177.

Illat.. 805.

, bin. r.'n.

nf tile law, 71.
718.
Prayer for workers. S3.

Starting It ahrnn.

l.nslnes (letter).

I-L.'.

44.

:d ace pensions for

271.
Anltirarlt- Ci.al Oomrolsalon, 305.

Apartment". 412.

Arbitration, compulaory, In Kansa*.
801,

Armstrong. " >'. """' * n

ngslnst social Insurance

632.

Wh.r 't mnt no. 707.

Army Tl.-.r? bill. 348.
Art, Home. 147.

turei, 200.

N<.w Cennan ]"H.(,T, 177.
Wttercolora of Iturchfleld. <2.



Article X nf the Ilritlsh and Oana-

Assu. fnr Imi'roviiiK the <'on<lition of

|i.f.,-iii.' nutrition work, 405.
n. M. I,

inn atranpert, 297.



Nesro. 381.
n, H. W.

Itlrhard. 147.

"Hack to Afrlea" movement, 491.
liaekni: ..'lal work. 3,1s.

nils. 566.

Ill II \V . 605.
Bull (ana, 701.

i ,I,-r,-.tliea. 729.

Balkana,

Hall. Nellie F., Family care In mental

1 17.

Baltic states. 13!).
I'.Hlilinor.-. rcstorinn an eichauge, 282.

rick. 102.
liar Mlir-Mil-.

noon). 289.
Knrk.T, K-i
names.

II., 738.
Ilarth. I V.. 1'lnn for a national

tlllaivit. Mile., inl

. 642.
r 4:,
Heard, Mnrj.

r, Ft. F.. Healtli nfllrer, 36.

li'tteri.

Jlehar. N.. Amerlcanliatlon teachera

tat,

Krailuate students In America,

nil.

> i welfare, 3
Chil.lren's I

40.
Inilu
Ijittor e-tiK-ii'lUK Itself, 667.

I, 544.
41S.

Rlrth <'Kiitnil, 492.
Itlnh TJ.T.

Hltiitn slon. 112.

il W. It.. !!M.
Rural houslns and the tenant farm-

nialr. T. 8., r, in.

law evafl' -151.

if the
<!ni<r ad'lb-i

"rk aninnit. B36.

124.

224.

kl. J. H..

:n for RUB-
nlana In An

i letter). 22.
J.. and
H \

Bond. A. P., Restoring an excbang,

: (lii'Vlnc), 204.
i.liing In run! dlatrlcti, 355.

All RoaiH Lead to CaUary (Jerome).

149.
Rconomle

\V.-ir<r (Hollander), 323.



I ho (Nathan and
Amen Book, 5880

Year Pook, The

I Tri

'n (Talbot and John-
America's Position in Mule (Simp-
son ' .

:i and Associated Snmch

H.-tl.T Wnrld. A i Dennett).
Kiilslievlk Ainu iiml Iilvals, 54.
nelll), 48.

Book of Mr -I, 154.

Brass c.,e,-k 'I'lie I Slm-lnlr i .

Hrlef History A. of the Creat War

(llny.-s). r.Ul.
Bullltt Mission to Russia, Tht

hM-hl, 54.
Can Church and Industry TJnltel

Kiel. 540.
Can the Ohurcb. Surrlve? (Fitch),

Character Training of Children (For-

nT (llurts-
liornei. c.i I.

Christian ll.inie. The (Farlj,). 540.
Christianity and Industry (Brown),

and the Community. Th

i.int'.i New Taak, Tb

1 (lilckersteth). :
!. la \",'ti\

Oomnion Sense and I.-ilior (Cnnvlher),
am

r, The Ulnnifan),

Cowacka, The ICre-s.ml, .".2.

irk. A I Stevens),

,1 an,] Industrial Forces
312.

In America (Ctapek),

Darkwiter (TluNils). 3S-(.

' a Revolutionist
.ient (Teter-

nrake). 141.
r the

: World Wr ( Hot-art ). 3HB.
Nutrition and Infant

nt'i-rnry |[>oiiglas). 640.

.-na Itefor* and
OM nnd tli- '.Velfars

on Inn'

(Mackle), 153.
Education In War and I'eai-n

ellor).

I'M

(OarltoB),

and Commerce In Africa

Tiny) 40H.
Fair Vnlue I Han i

Fa mn i <{ In'luitry (Wild-

man i
FlBht : o, Tlie (Ooldrlnj).

ihout a War (Albert-
joni

First Hook In F.ngllsh. A, for Non-
li S|-itkliiK Adults
. 591.



First Hook atlona,

A (Hayward), 4'.ir,.
Flow of Value Tho (Mcl'l..
Ml,

nnd Life (Lanalnc and Ou-

184.

Fooi! Facts f,.r the Home Makor
Illai

no9.

From i ''lilni).

(Wil.

lilllllM. IS.
< lol.l.

121.

r th

;row-
Inu- i
History. A. of Hie (,r.t War

IIlKlory of llie 'I ,.-nt In

Amer
Hisloi nlsm, Th

(Wei .In, :

^ HIlll 111.

(Aroi

War, The
Us), 4W.

i 'atlon

(Mo:

! lustry

I I':

28L

Iniiulk';

School

S.vsl.

fiblllly (K

ferer.

lioiiHl Waterways (O.

Introduction, An. to Social

v I'll!? Ill

Italian Emigration, The of Our

Work
tlaler rrnse

I St.'



IJlbor ' 31 S

n ami

vin and oth.-ral,

l/il'or Year Bo<ik, Ttie (Cole nnd

Idles of llrecoiif

-I and
Klin!

Iw In the Modern State (Dugiilt).

307.
Lectures on Industrial Paycholoirr

Lenin (Williams). T,l.

n America (Stearns),



Ind



e x



111



I.llx'rty and the N>ws (Llppinann),

M:in or Hi. S| i',-. "ill.

I lull I, 530.

| , The, etc.

Bamp), 313.

Industrial Movements

:al Onler, A

mi.

ninient of Moving
i nd West).

811.
the Workingman (Day),

l TII:- Problem, The

Hi (Davles). 3

A of Education
[.-.4.

ril. The (Raine),
121.

"(1, The (Pearl), 309.
Hisiory The, of tin- Child
154.
lion During the War

-chaff. Die (Rathenau),

Unerioan Thrift, The, 310.
iustrial Unrest The (liakcr)

The (Cecil). 122.
In Belgium, A. (Vascon-

t'.'N.

lie. of Analyzing

638.
rder, The i Ward), 121.

lie, The (Gaston),

\. The (McMillan),

Trail of tiie Pioneers (Farls),

lavis), rid.
i he (Ij! Motte),

iioalth Nurs-
258.

or in American History
in), :u:;.
i nir \V;ir With Germany (Bassett),

t (Austin). .

!'ury). 310.

;tid Involution (Mac-
1 17.

lotion, etc.. 5.^9.

the rrincljiles of Their

cllvn and Jones),

.ml Racial Better-
lap), too.
i' (Vuinict, The, and

.Ills) 122.

iby of Play, A (Gullck), 309.
-ction and Ortho-
IStewari I, 2.12.

" Birth Control (Robin-
k son), l."l.

i-s of the Russian Revolution
(Rain

. The. In Modern
ration i Feblen), 352.

ivente), 351

e to Bolshevism. The (Ker-
I, 51.

..' Sociology, The (Ross),
591.

.'rvoils Child, The,
194.

l.iihor (Bloornfleld), 638.
II sharing f Tromtiert). (!3S.
* foot" Johnson (McKenzie),

Kadal Prospect. The (Humphrey),
nd Robins' Own Story (Hard),

; ruction in Louisiana after
i I onn), 385.

. 309.
Red Heart of Russia. The (Beatty).

: of ti\,. Fxecutive Power to
<tion (Black) 307.

Reilcion Among American Men, 539.
ic of Liberia The (Maugham),

s of a Homesteader (Lincoln)
Tide of Color, The (Stod-

A.i an American Problem
urgo), 51.

in !TM!l (Ransome), 53.
i White or Red (Sayler). 53.

i Pendulum, The (Bullard),
47.

D Theatre, The, Under the
Revolution (Sayler
Russian Revolution Aspects (Long) '

Russia's Agony (Wilton), 64.



Sanitation for Public Health Nurses
I, 732.

tton of
Immigration (plielpsl, 886,

rs, Tin' (Wi

e of Ixjve In War Time, A
(Jones), 731.
Sex Ailraction (Vaughan), 450.

tlon of Children, The
iForlmshl. 153.
Shakespeare for Community Players

(Mlti
S!:c!l shock and Neuropsychiatry

(Southard!. 2.12.
Short History. A, of the American

Labor Movement (Beard), 313.
Skilled Laborer, The (Hammond),

il Worker, The (Atlee), 731.
ism in Thought and Action
Her), 592.

-in versus Civilization (Bra-
121.

Social Prob-
lems (Kllwood). 121.

S< o and Aim uf Human Progress,

The (Sidisl. 122

StabilizliiK the Hollar (Fisher), 540.
Stalisiios in Business (Secrisl), 2!)1.
.iition of Divorce, The (Ches-
terton I, 450.
Swim; of the Pendulum, The (Spa-

dolli I

Taxation in the New State (Hob-
son 1 , 2^7.
Teachers' Pension Systems in th

IV S. IStudcnsky). -1114.
Ten ! Shook the Worhl

(Rood). 50.
Their Son. The Necklace (Zam-

:t. r .2.
ThniL's Shall Be (Lansbury).

This Siminn World (Day). 450.
Thoughts of a Psychiatrist, etc.
i White), ::n7.

ta of the Russian Revolu-
tion (Vandcrvelde). 54.
Touch and 'o> i La \\ rciice) , 592.

Jplicity Campaigns (Rout-
zahni. 7;;L'.

Treatment of Svphilis The (Bake-
tch, 2.12.

rmimely [tapers (Ilonrne), 291.

Wall. I, 121.

War. The. and the Roll-ions Out-
look I pamphlet pllhlie;l(iolis I , 53!t.

Warti - of Ihe Churches

1 1;.
What the Workers Want (Oleason),

Wlnifs WronL' with the Middle

Stockon. 81

Armor of Man, The (Saleeby),
449.

Wilson. W. T!. (B

The-. and His Work

(Center). 638.

Working Life of Women in the
Century (Clark). . ". I \
Working Woman's House. The (Fur-
Mid riiiiiipsi. MS.
Worklngmen'a Standard of Living in
Philadelphia (Beyer auid others).

Yours for Sleep (Walsh), 252.

rooks.

As medicine, 117.
804.
Child Welfare, reviews. 153.

Economic^, lecent t'o,,ks on. 540.
Health books reviewed, 252.
Housing hooks reviewed. 253.
Tal'or ;nid Industry, 687.
Religious hooks with a social mftj-

'. theory, reviews. 121.

Koi si. II. W., Social Work in Arcadia.

Boston.

Colyer trial, 105. 182, 234, 489.

Dietetic bureau, lit).

Howard Liberal Club, 564.

Jewish social workers. 257.

Motion picture censorship, 108.

Socialist party recovers damages, 199.
Boston Trade Union College, 114.
Bourquin. Judge, 143, 157.

Roy SCOUtB. 620.

Boys.

Boy anil a caption. 492, 493.
Thoughts of an Institution boy

e). 2.11.
Boy*' Week- 157.
Bracket!, J. R., 418.
Brandels, L. D., 642.
Branson, E. 0., Can we afford what
we need? 281.
rikers, 589.
Breshkovskaya, 701.
British Amer. clubs. 689.
British and Canadian Society of the

r. S.. 71!).

British dock labor report. 269.
British labor, annual conf., 543.

spy system, 386.
Brooke E. W., Social work (letter),

oil.

Brooklyn, work among the blind, S3*.
Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen,
135.



Brown, Donald W.. 257.

Brown. Klicn M., On being a "nigger,"

100.
Buffalo,

Americanization experience, 284.
City relief

Guild Committee, 115.
Building Industry, British report. 625.

147.

IHirehlieM. Charles. 42.
443.
Burgess. Win.. Florence Nightingale

(letter i. :)M1.
Burke. ,1. P., 1 12.
Burke. M. (.'.. Housing and land

(letter). 155.
Burns. A. T.

Make your kicks count (letter), 386.
liivMoii on I'nitini,' Na-
tives and Forci,mi-Born, at New Or-

217.
Neu1\ elected president of Natl. Conf.

(with portrait).
Burritt, B. p... Attacking defective

nulrltion 4".',.
Why $975,000? 148.
Burt. II. F., 7.'(S.
Business, where It stands on certain

employment issues, 682.
Buttenheim, II. S., That $10,000 l

year (letter). 544.
Byers, Joseph, 418.



Cabot, R. C., 492.

Culdwell, R. J., on Industrial condi-
tions

California. Conf. of Social Agencies. 3S8.

Criminal syiiilicalism. 296.

Fresno County, ,l::(l
114.

Motion pictures, 200.

Wliiltier imlnst.' school. 617.
California Nature' Study League 145.
calkins. M, f... Spring in the Ghetto. 5.
("alleott. Frank. Mexican peon in Texas,

Campbell, C. M., Mental hygiene dl-

ii meetings at New Orleans. 21.1.
. Miminer. 644.
Canada.

Community surveys. 14!).

i crest, 410.
Wonicii immigrants, SO.

xation, 82.
Ciniccr. 2 Hi

an Science and (letter). 545.
Capital punishment in Massachusetts,
ss.

v. iv. r,7n.

Carmody. J. M.. Belgium explained
(letter). 640.
nra. Vonustiano. 236.

Clark, obituary, 388.
work and kiddy cars, 534.
el. II. H., 200.
Catholics.

inlty center, 429.
Social work survey, 280.
Censorship.

I'recooin of the screen and, 181.
Moving pictures. KIS.

decline in rate of population
increase, 412.
Centralia, 472.

e the court, 13.

jury, 115.
diaries.

I situation in France, 73.
ring in France, 607.

190.

rs ot Commerce,
Junior, 413.

Referendum on employment, 682.
ter analysis. 341.
ies In Kentucky 636.
Charity Organization in Philadelphia,

148.

Chautauqua progress, 146.
Cheerful elver, r,u:i.
Cheniin des Dames, 171
Chenery. W. I... 387,

Ar-tnal employes' organization, 205.
Railroad wage Increase, 586.
"Rope of Sand" and Gompers, 434.
Sunk without trace, 608.
Technique for production, 688.
Vanguard of Labor. 273.
War and peace at Rochester, 185.
Cheney. C. H., Removing social bar-
riers by zoning, 275.
Chester, Pa., community organization,

77.
Chicago.

Child marriages, 250.
Council of Social Agencies, 348.
Legal aid. 86.
Negroes, 491.
Race commission, 491.
Russian women and children, 604.
School of civics, 603. 686.
Solid six and the schools 490.
University of, 686.
Chicago convention's Inaction about

babies (letter). 452.
Child Health Organization, 443.
Child marriages. 250.
Child welfare, 119, 382 447 824, 617,

T88,
Books on, reviews, 153.



Chicago convention's Inaction (let-
ter). 452.

licnt, 295.
Coordinating health activities, 452.

niri. 721.

I'.bo,],. Island. 525.
GUldi

Division meetings at New Orleani,

2 1C,.

East Side childhood. 5.
Fitness for labor
French (Ills.), 171, 172, 175.
Health in New York City, 380.
Illegitimate, measures for. 723.
Interuatl. cooperation for relief, 119.
Massachusetts conditions, 119.
Near F.ast, self-discipline, 024.
New York laws, 101.
Ohio's dependent, 514.
On the stage, 524.
Placing out, 724.
Preventive hygiene in New Jersey.

245.

Southern, salvage, 72.
Streets and, 620.
Vienna, 610, 820.
Westchester County, N. T., 619.
Why let die? 401.
Children's Pleasure House, 251.
China.

Impressions of a settlement worker,

403.

Recreation movement, 29
Teaching civilization to, 576.
Chinese poem, 73.
Christian International, 733.
Christian Science and cancer (letter)

545.

Christiiinia. Norway, 635.
Christmas seals, 357.
Churches.

Federation secretary, 397.
Indus!, reconstruction and, 681.
,\..\v -ocial order anil, 517.
Social ideals undi
Cincinnati.

Arner. House (letter), 255.
Block workers, 671
Ciiizi nship.

Black Hawk Co., Iowa, outline, 410.
deeds of (letter), ''
Irishman with parents abroad, 81.
: led women, 655.
-on, 530.

Outlaw strikes and, 431.
Play and, 523.

South and a symposium, 35.
City missioner, 40.

planning-, social barrier* and
zoning, 275
Civic ritual, 716.

. MI. 14.1. 283, 411, 521, 629, 713.
Claghorn, K. U.. The letter of the

law, i Hi.
Claxton. P. P., 299.

and,

'America First" poster (111.), 82.
Course for playground worken, 258.
Educational revival, 382.
Employment service, 247.
Forum. 604.
Garment Industry 24
Teachers' salaries. 704.
Cleveland East, 412

Minnesota, 116.
Closed shops, 532.
Clothing industry, 268.

art showing org., 849.
Cleveland, 24.
Education, 113.
Rochester trial, 103.
Rochester : war and peace, 185.
Workers and production, 377.
Clothing prices, 131.
Clothing workers, convention In Bo-

ton, 273.
Club of women oversea war workers.

257.
Coal.

Anthracite commission, 395.
Anthracite report. 681.
Illinois miners. 684.
Production (cartoons), 684, 68S.
Shortage (cartoon), 590.
Strike settlement. 112
Cole, G. D. H., 110.
Collins, L. J., Departmental society,

534.

Colonization of immigrants 713.
Colored Social Workers, 452.
Columbus, Ohio, 88, 145.

Training community organizers, 266
O.lyor case. 105. 182. 234. 489.
Comey, A. C., Mortgage loans, 630.
Commons, J. E. , extracts from address
on indust. relations. May 21, B32.
Communique of 1920, 171.
Communist deportations, 141.
Communist Labor party, 142, 234.
Communist party, 142.
Communists.

Boston case. 105. 182. 234, 489.
Citizen, 200.

Wilson, Sec. W. B., opinion on de-
portations, 234.
Comnmnltles.

Conf. for org., New York, 238.
Division meetings at New Orleans,

Health effort in Montana, 442.
Survey outlines, 149.



IV



Index



Community centers. Catholic, 428.

I Su.-liil Unit.

Community drama, 521.

r.i;^.

525.

14.'.

Comm'

r. I'll., 77.
, 4(i:i.

l. In Loulsrllle, 398.
. ir.7.

Maritime workers, 365.
BMDll

725.

301, 303.

nlty dlrl-

..U t New Orleans, IMS.
Conduct, 1M.
?.. 73.

4Mi. MI;.
ration, New York, April 7.

Natl. Tuberculosis Assn.. l!2, r >.
I' r , , 156.

glcal, 2:11.
itlonalista, conf., B42.

Children and. 401.

:..
Congressional Joint Commlwlon on Re-

Vatlon of Salaries. 133.
Connecticut, child welfare, 285.

ticut College, 2T.1.
- :mer. educating, 073.

League. 115. 119. 803.
Convictions, social worker's, 208. 20t.
I'uoke Leli:irt.u, CbaUnC*l (verse),

arm demomstrator, 40.

M6.
roup thinking (letter),

Cooperation

Growth nf idea. 700.

Rural

Teaching.

ViKMfi'.ii-.. cooperative. 523.

ilrinir. England, 701.

lllCI

Statistics. '-'

Where high prices hurt most. 710.

ilouora, Clinics in Minnesota.

Oountry life.

New England, 148.

Rural housing and the tenant farmer,

y schools, consolidated, 447.

'

..it rrform. IV.'.
Kansas indust. ili-tter). 418.

I districts. 510.
Unions In. 37R.

in (letters), 544, 545.

hop, 71!<V

W., 4R4.

Crime, Soviets and, 21
Crime and conduct, *7, 151. 2S5, 414,
(121. 72tl.
why young. *m.
(periodical). 157.
Criticism of public servants. 132.
tation, 844.

M.

tier), fl40.
>ard of Labor" (letter), 8.87.

i-tln Mfr. Co., 4(1.
Ournan. Michael, M.

.rial gerrlc* In
4 U.

is (letter). 223.
;iosloraki, 139.



" nan," Stick and slap-stick. 481.
Dancing.

Rvthmlc. 724.

.',22.

Davis. M. M . 781.
Davlson. H. P.. 140.

Shnll w turn onr backs on Europe?

on. J. B.

rving wartime interest, 410.

sreal, 150.
Dcardorrr. N. R.

and social hygiene. 432.
Proceeding* of the Natl. Conf. of
Social Work at New Orleans, 212.
Death penalty, -
Debs 2B, 679.

social, 720.

;

Division meetings at New Orleans,
218.
',.m lctnre as a cause. 88.

.

Democratic party platform, 811.
Denmark.

. 102.

nigh school system. 270.
TVnrdson Mfk- O., 87S.
Dentlstrr In Tennessee ambulance. 528.
Denver. 452.
Tramway strike. T02.



Dependent children.
Handicap, 614.
Plan for treatment, 410.

Dej.ortablllty. 105.
Deportations. 234.

Kline, X. F., on. 141.
452, 498.

rt reform, 152.
lions,- numbers. 147.
Municipal street car lines, 257.

K. T.
Bon 204.

rtiele " To presl-
,:il candidates, " 224.
Republicans 401.

. ernor Smlt/
To presl ienti:ii candidates, 106.

prices hurt most, 710.
;:. c

_ia under the SIKjtllght. 718.
Iiiti-r-racUil > <iperation, 411.
Diet, central bureau, 116.

John 187.
Direct action in England, 682.

.HIT battle asaiust, f.32.

.Hies, 1134.

District of Columbia, prison system,

1121, 734.

Dublin, Benjamin, Safeguard " Fed-
eration ", 85.

l)o,k labor report, British, 209.
Dodge, William. 580.
Dole. C I... What urges men to work

(letter), 642.
Dope doctor, 16.

Marjery, 117.
Drama.

Community, 521.
Licensing stage children. 524.
Draper. H. F., Red Cross at Genera,

Drier K. S., Posters and paring stones,

177.

Drinking cups and straws, 255.
Drug addicts, care. 7'JH.
Iiriij: liiw evasion (letter). 451.

federal control. 348.
ne, a closed town, 232.

B

Fast. Far, 403.

st Louis, 630.

East si.le. spring In the Ghetto, B.
Easter In prison (verse). 624.
Eastman, It. S. fif ill.-ks, M. L.,
and R. S. Eastman,
i Watermelon people." 57fi.
0. D.. 73S.

books on, 540.
Edlln, Sara B., Jewish unmarried

n

Edmonds T. J., lied Cross amid rer-

oltitlon In Siberia, 4S4.
i:.|ni':it:oi:. 110 2,-.(P, ::2, 447, 524,

017.
Books on. 4!i4.

rj university, 444.
Nat; "onf., 383.

Natl. crisis.

New Y'ork state dept.. 71.
Republican party platform plank,

861.
Edwards, Glen. Solid ilz and Chicago

schools, 490.
Eight-hear day, 201, 533.

Paper mill.
Filers. IlertuHli.

..rge. 157.
Kkliind E G., A community effort for

health. 442.
Elliott. J L., 1 >ith British

Ml In America (letter). 3S6.
Ellis G. W., American standard (let-
ter.. 640.

Memphis and her new

Emigration, prohibition as a cause, 82.

* ment.

Bureaus for handicapped civilians

ier). 123.

Cleveland bureau, 247.
Policies of Babson's Statistical Org.,

44.'..

Problem nf the unpliceable, 726.
Production and, 444.
Where business stands, 682.
Employment agencies, TJ. 8. Gort.

need. 138.

Engineering, human, 232.
find.

of living. 701.
Girls'

Nat. Union of CUiieis (cartoon),

Rent restrictions. 687.

What the miners want (SmtlUe's

ideas
English language. 81, 82. 120.

Diplomas for study t Greenwich

mi, 433.
Pnrtlcal teaching to foreign-born.

708.

Espionage act, .
Europe.

Appeals to America. 2*7.
Conditions and America's duty (Da-

. 137

F.rpert ndvire. 52.1.
Eyre, Lincoln. 119.

On sorlet Russia tnd crime. 2M.



Factories.

Southern Inspectors, St.
Uslon-owned. 589.

Vacations with pay for workers. 8J.
Workers' racatlons, 446.

university. 444.
Fairbanks, Alfred, Publle health

nurse, 30.

Falrchlld, II. P., 842.
Labor shortage, 512.
Faith healer. 347.

Families, broken famine* and sta-
tistics (charts), 662.
Family.

Division meetings at New Orleans,

SIB.

Iowa work 149.
Family welfare. S3, 148, 280, 40,

717.

St, Paul community chest, 635.
Fang. Wu Ting. 29.

l'an-1'aclflc Day, 644.
Fin-is. 11. r

trillion in the South, 40.
iibor. 2!I7.
Farmer-Labor party, BJT.

Cartoon, 587.
Farmers.

Jewish, 284.

Rural housing and the tenant

farmer, 26.

Farms, day's work on. 446.
i note, 427.

II of Churches, meuag*
for Labor Sunday, 681.
Federation. ,Sr, Community organiza-
tion.

Federation secretary, 397.
Feeblemindedness In Hawaii, 428.
Feiron. Albert. 57!i.
Fernandez, A. B., 44.
Finnish Cooperative Trading Assn.. 80.
l is, in r \v A.. T. B. migrant in

Tcias. 722.
Fisher, Katharine. District prlsoa

system (letter), 734.
FIsk philosophy, 101.
Flsk University, 548.
Fitch. J. A.

Case against compulsory arbitration

In Kansas, 301, 303.
Indust. peace by law the Kansas

way, 7.

Flag Day. 233.
Flood In Rio Grande valley, Red Cross

work. 657.

Florence. P. S.. 201.
Folk Day, an American, 427.
Folks. Homer, 443.
Food.

Defective nutrition, 406.
lanls, 711.
. 124.

Forelgu-born. uniting with natives,
division meetings at New Or-

. 217.
Foreign Language Newspapers Assn..

642.

Foreign missions. Bee Missions.
Forty-Elghters, BS7.
Fonnn dingbat (cartoon), 509.
Forum in Cleveland, 604.

. r, W. Z.. 11B.

Foundation, plan for a national. 535.
Four L nvUtHn, 165.
Fourth of July. Italian cartoon, 493.
Franco.

Amer. games in. 482.
General strike. 271.
Tnd situntion, 73.
Pront-shnring. <V>7.

iilTsge. 171.

Settlement appeal from. 104.
Tul>orc. pamphlet cover, 397.
Tnberc tester. 349.

- Relief Unit, 257.
Frnnkel, Bmll, 7s.
Franklin, B. R., 157, 190.
Free speech.
Dnquepne, 282.
Pafsaic. 43.

Synagogue. 132.
Freedom.

Amu. Ideas. 106.
In industry. 371.
Mississippi. 199.
Freedom of the screen, 181,
Fresno Connty, Cal.. 686.
Frleillaender. Israel, 508.
Friedland, L. S., 118.
Friends, Society of, 784.
Frontier, th new, 517.
Fncbs, Helnt. 178.



Gannett. L 5.. 124.

French strike, 271.
Garment workers. Btt Clothing in-

try.

Gary. E. H., on labor, 187.
GaJt. N. A., 482.

School for Social Study. 288.

Women's conrentloa. 365.

8*t nlso Red Cross.
Georgia under the spot-light. 718.
German revolution posters, 177.



Germany.

Conditions, 45.
ilons. 396.
Negro troops. 5S9, 734.

il srrice today, 664.
Ups and downs, 606.
Welfare Org., 184.
Gill, R. S., 474.

The four L's In lumber, 165.
Cill<'tt. L. II.

1 dietetic bureau, 116.
Gllmore, A. F.. Cancer and Christian

nf (letter i.
Girls' clubs In K:
Girls' House Club (Jewish). K.2.
Henjiimln, 200.

605.
Gleason, Arthur. 124.

Intellectuals in British labor
nwnt, 110.

1 workers and gnu-play, 4,13.
Whltleys to date. 336.
Glneck, Bernard, 347.

Delinquency division meetings it

New Orleans, Ills.
Goddard, H. H., 88.
Godwin. R. K. The truant tribe In

school, 447.
Goethe, C. M.

Luther Wong, coolie, 29.
Nature guides, 145.
Goldmark, Josephine, 201.

in, Robert, 680.
Gompers, Samuel,
Lee and, 135.
"Rope of sand" and, 434.
Goat Houtekcffing (periodical). 71.
Goodrich, Carter. 111.
Goodwill Industry In Brooklyn. 728.
f Tire mid Rubber Co.. 444.



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