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    Issues of the 1920s = 7 Years, 161 Issues, 2,203 Articles
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        Issues of 1924 = 24 Issues, 332 Articles
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              Issues of 1927 = 23 Issues, 325 Articles
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                Issues of 1928 = 24 Issues, 316 Articles
                1. [+]
                  Issues of Jan.-Mar. 1928 = 6 Issues, 75 Articles
                  1. [+]
                    January 1, 1928 Issue = 14 Articles
                    1. Frontispiece by Martha Bensley Bruere, p. 420
                    2. With a Quaker Employer in His Factory by Robert W. Bruere, pp. 421-426
                    3. What Do You Mean---Isolation? by Arthur Sweetser, pp. 427-430
                    4. The Light That Failed by Lincoln Steffens, p. 431
                    5. Clear Moments by Robert Hallowell, pp. 432-434
                    6. The Blunderbuss of Sickness by Michael M. Davis, pp. 435-438
                    7. Selective Patriotism by Carl Van Doren, pp. 439-442
                    8. A Mission of Love and Literacy by Rossa B. Cooley, pp. 443-445
                    9. Sea Island Types by Winold Reiss, pp. 446-451
                    10. "Silence Coerced By Law" by Paul U. Kellogg, pp. 452-454
                    11. Babes in Skyscraperland by Eleanor Booth Simmons, pp. 455-457
                    12. Through Neighbors' Doorways by John Palmer Gavit, pp. 458-460
                    13. Editorials, pp. 461-462
                    14. Letters & Life, pp. 463-476
                  2. [+]
                    January 15, 1928 Issue = 13 Articles
                    1. The Nordics' Whipping Boy by John Palmer Gavit, p. 485
                    2. Trade Routes of White Slavers, pp. 486-487
                    3. The Learned Maze by Robert W. Bruere, pp. 488-489
                    4. The Social Basis of Mental Health by Harry Elmer Barnes, pp. 490-491
                    5. The Mercant Wins!, p. 492
                    6. The Common Welfare, pp. 493-496
                    7. Health, pp. 497-502
                    8. Communities, pp. 503-508
                    9. Education, pp. 509-514
                    10. Social Practice, pp. 515-520
                    11. Industry, pp. 521-525
                    12. Books in Our Alcove, pp. 526-530
                    13. The Social Work Shop by Ellen Mellan, pp. 531-542
                  3. [+]
                    February 1, 1928 Issue = 11 Articles
                    1. Henry Ford's Hired Men by Paul U. Kellogg, pp. 549-557
                    2. And Where Does Ireland Stand? by Francis Hackett, pp. 558-561
                    3. Irish Life on the West Coast by Eugene Higgins, pp. 562-564
                    4. Sickness Bills and the Sliding Scale by Michael M. Davis, pp. 565-567
                    5. A Quaker Employer on Democracy by Robert W. Bruere, pp. 568-571
                    6. How We Brought Farms To School by Rossa B. Cooley, pp. 572-573
                    7. Sea Island Types by Winold Reiss, pp. 574-578
                    8. Corncobs for Hair-Cuts by Evelyn Harris, pp. 579-581
                    9. Editorials, pp. 582-583
                    10. Through Neighbors' Doorways by John Palmer Gavit, pp. 584-586
                    11. Letters & Life, pp. 587-604
                  4. [+]
                    February 15, 1928 Issue = 12 Articles
                    1. Pensions or Poorhouses? by Lucile Eaves, pp. 613-614
                    2. New York's New Dwellings Bill by Lawson Purdy, pp. 615-617
                    3. The Cost of Funerals, pp. 618-619
                    4. The Finale of Near East Relief by Bruno Lasker, p. 620
                    5. The Common Welfare, pp. 621-624
                    6. Health, pp. 625-630
                    7. Social Practice, pp. 631-636
                    8. Education, pp. 637-641
                    9. Industry, pp. 642-646
                    10. Communities, pp. 647-651
                    11. Books in Our Alcove, pp. 652-656
                    12. The Social Work Broup by Henry Salomon, pp. 657-668
                  5. [+]
                    March 1, 1928 Issue = 13 Articles
                    1. Frontispiece by Georgia O'Keeffe, p. 676
                    2. Shadows of Prosperity by Leo Wolman, pp. 677-678
                    3. Is Unemployment Here? by Beulah Amidon, pp. 679-681
                    4. Henry Ford by S.J. Woolf, p. 682
                    5. When Mass Production Stalls by Paul U. Kellogg, pp. 683-686
                    6. Security for Eighteen Million Workers by Felix Morley, pp. 687-689
                    7. Fate Lifts the Lid in Pittsburgh by William Penn, p. 690
                    8. Why I Take the Worker for a Model by Max Kalish, pp. 691-693
                    9. A Town for the Motor Age by Geddes Smith, pp. 694-698
                    10. Satevepost by Leon Whipple, pp. 699-703
                    11. Psychology for Low-Brows by Eleanor Rowland Wembridge, pp. 704-707
                    12. At the Cross-Roads in Immigration by John Palmer Gavit, pp. 708-710
                    13. Letters & Life by Leon Whipple, pp. 711-730
                  6. [+]
                    March 15, 1928 Issue = 12 Articles
                    1. Goblins and Death Cells by Luther Sheeleigh Cressman, pp. 741-742
                    2. Why Are We Idle? by John B. Andrews, pp. 743-744
                    3. Mr. McAndrew and the Teachers by Victor S. Yarros, pp. 745-746
                    4. The Chest and the Layman by Pierce Williams, pp. 747-748
                    5. The Chest and Social Work by Joseph Lee, pp. 749-750
                    6. The Common Welfare, pp. 751-754
                    7. Industry, pp. 755-760
                    8. Education, pp. 761-766
                    9. Social Practice, pp. 767-771
                    10. Health, pp. 772-776
                    11. Communities, pp. 777-786
                    12. The Social Work Shop, pp. 787-798
                2. [+]
                  Issues of Apr.-Jun. 1928 = 6 Issues, 85 Articles
                  1. [+]
                    April 1, 1928 Issue = 26 Articles
                    1. Frontispiece by Rockwell Kent, p. 4
                    2. We Adults Reconsider Ourselves by H.A. Overstreet, pp. 5-8
                    3. The Best Twenty Years by Mary Austin, pp. 9-11
                    4. More Light by Blanding Sloan, p. 12
                    5. Putting Away Childish Things by Frankwood E. Williams, pp. 13-15
                    6. Three Ages of Man by Alexander Portnoff, p. 16
                    7. Who Is Grown Up? by Ernest W. Burgess, p. 17
                    8. The Educator by Joseph K. Hart, pp. 17-18
                    9. The Psychologist by Joseph Jastrow, p. 19
                    10. Screening the Subconscious , p. 20
                    11. The Philosopher by Irwin Edman, p. 21
                    12. The Poet by Sarah N. Cleghorn, pp. 21-22
                    13. The Social Worker by Neva R. Deardorff, p. 23
                    14. Is Adult Art Modern Art? by Robert Hallowell, pp. 24-27
                    15. When Is a Child Grown Up? by Herman M. Adler, pp. 28-29
                    16. Marriages That Did and Didn't by Mary Ross, pp. 30-31
                    17. The Adult: His Work by Geddes Smith, pp. 32-34
                    18. The Teachable Age by E.L. Thorndike, pp. 35-37
                    19. Mother's Day by Eleanor Rowland Wembridge, pp. 38-39
                    20. How the Living Faith of One Social Worker Grew by Mary E. McDowell, pp. 40-43
                    21. Citizens in Transit by Newton D. Baker, pp. 44-45
                    22. Adolescent America by William Bennett Munro, pp. 46-48
                    23. The State and the Citizen by Augustus Vincent Tack, p. 49
                    24. Spotlight Again for the Opium Devil by John Palmer Gavit, pp. 50-51
                    25. Letters & Life by Leon Whipple, pp. 52-74
                    26. Cover Drawing by Oscar Cesare
                  2. [+]
                    April 15, 1928 Issue = 13 Articles
                    1. Pittsburgh Unites for Relief by Edward N. Clopper, pp. 85-86
                    2. Hounding the Yellow Dog by Robert W. Bruere, p. 87
                    3. A Conference Program Conceived in Malice by J. Pennyroyal, p. 88
                    4. Memphis and the Changing South by N.B. Bond, p. 89
                    5. The Chest and Democracy by William J. Norton, p. 90
                    6. The Common Welfare, pp. 91-94
                    7. Communities, pp. 95-100
                    8. Social Practice, pp. 101-106
                    9. Health, pp. 107-112
                    10. Industry, pp. 113-117
                    11. Education, pp. 118-122
                    12. Books in Our Alcove, pp. 123-127
                    13. The Social Work Shop by Arthur Dunham, pp. 128-142
                  3. [+]
                    May 1, 1928 Issue = 9 Articles
                    1. Frontispiece by George Luks, p. 150
                    2. Miners and Murder by Ben M. Selekman, pp. 151-155
                    3. The Girl Tribe by Eleanor Rowland Wembridge, pp. 156-159
                    4. Democratizing the Boss by Robert W. Bruere, pp. 160-163
                    5. The Doctor's Kit of Tools by Michael M. Davis, pp. 164-167
                    6. The Boy Who Was a Cap-Maker by Elias Grossman, pp. 168-170
                    7. Still Rises the Tide Against War by John Palmer Gavit, pp. 171-172
                    8. Editorials, pp. 173-174
                    9. Letters & Life, pp. 175-208
                  4. [+]
                    May 15, 1928 Issue = 12 Articles
                    1. The Case of Bituminous Coal by F. Ernest Johnson, pp. 213-214
                    2. The Parents' Exposition by Owen R. Lovejoy, p. 215
                    3. The Middle Way in England by S.K. Ratcliffe, p. 216
                    4. The Unsettling Settlements by Paul U. Kellogg, p. 217
                    5. The Common Welfare, pp. 218-220
                    6. Social Practice, pp. 221-224
                    7. Communities, pp. 225-228
                    8. Education, pp. 229-232
                    9. Industry, pp. 233-235
                    10. Health, pp. 236-240
                    11. Books in Our Alcove, pp. 241-243
                    12. The Social Work Shop, pp. 244-254
                  5. [+]
                    June 1, 1928 Issue = 13 Articles
                    1. Frontispiece by Robert Latou Dickinson, p. 264
                    2. Those Private Palisades by Loula D. Lasker, pp. 265-271
                    3. "John Dewey" by Jacob Epstein, p. 272
                    4. We Watch Them Grow by Elizabeth Irwin, pp. 273-276
                    5. In Danish Shoes by John E. Kirkpatrick, pp. 277-279
                    6. The Hand of Toil by Ber Coffet, p. 280
                    7. Workers' Education in Union Halls by John Troxell, pp. 281-282
                    8. New Horizons in Professional Training, pp. 283-292
                    9. Acres for Class Rooms by Russa B. Cooley, p. 293
                    10. Crayons from Life by Winold Reiss, pp. 294-297
                    11. The "Mother" of This Vintage by Salvador de Madariaga, p. 298
                    12. Let's Look Into Germany's New House by John Palmer Gavit, p. 299
                    13. Letters & Life, pp. 300-316
                  6. [+]
                    June 15, 1928 Issue = 12 Articles
                    1. Driving Wheels of Social Progress by Mary Ross, pp. 325-327
                    2. City Planning Nears Its Majority by John Ihlder, p. 328
                    3. How New Is the South in Social Work? by Howard W. Odum, pp. 329-330
                    4. Democracy Goes on the Air by Katharine Ludington, pp. 331-332
                    5. The Perennial Puzzle---Crime by Sheldon Glueck, pp. 333-334
                    6. The Common Welfare, pp. 335-339
                    7. Communities, pp. 340-342
                    8. Industry, pp. 343-346
                    9. Health, pp. 347-349
                    10. Education, pp. 350-352
                    11. The Social Work Shop by Leon Whipple, pp. 353-355
                    12. Books in Our Alcove, pp. 356-366
                3. [+]
                  Issues of Jul.-Sep. 1928 = 6 Issues, 69 Articles
                  1. [+]
                    July 1, 1928 Issue = 10 Articles
                    1. Manchuria: No-Man's Land of Asia by Paul H. Clyde, pp. 373-376
                    2. Young China Tackesl the Floods by Anna Louise Strong, pp. 377-379
                    3. Where the East Spoke Its Mind by Francis J. McConnell, p. 380
                    4. Indian Arts for Indians by Mary Austin, pp. 381-387
                    5. Desert Altars by Alice Corbin, p. 388
                    6. Hammering at the Prison Door by John Collier, pp. 389-390
                    7. Our Hidden Cities by Paul U. Kellogg, pp. 391-392
                    8. Who Is Amelia Earhart? by Marion Perkins, p. 393
                    9. On the Limitations of Nineveh by John Palmer Gavit, pp. 394-395
                    10. Letters & Life by Leon Whipple, pp. 396-416
                  2. [+]
                    July 15, 1928 Issue = 9 Articles
                    1. On the Health Bandwagon by Geddes Smith, pp. 419-420
                    2. What Do We Want to Know? by W. Carson Ryan, Jr., pp. 421-422
                    3. Graham Taylor Hall, p. 423
                    4. Running Knowledge by Neva R. Deardorff, pp. 424-425
                    5. The Common Welfare, pp. 426-429
                    6. Social Practice, pp. 430-432
                    7. Health, pp. 433-435
                    8. Books in Our Alcove, pp. 436-439
                    9. The Social Work Shop, pp. 440-446
                  3. [+]
                    August 1, 1928 Issue = 14 Articles
                    1. Honk Honk Hobo by John J. Hader, pp. 453-455
                    2. 'Bos by A.E. Holt, pp. 456-459
                    3. American Farm Scene, 1853 by Fanny F. Palmer, p. 460
                    4. The Tractor Turns Bolshevik by Karl Borders, pp. 461-463
                    5. Paintings of Farm Life by F.L.K., pp. 464-467
                    6. The Romanzas Train Senora Nurse by Alice Evans Cruz, pp. 468-469
                    7. The Grown Folk Come To School by Rossa B. Cooley, pp. 470-471
                    8. Sea Island Portraits in Crayon by Winold Reiss, pp. 472-474
                    9. The Blackstone Valley by Frank A. Waugh, p. 475
                    10. Word and Deed by Paul U. Kellogg, pp. 476-478
                    11. Europe's Getting-Together by John Palmer Gavit, pp. 479-480
                    12. Again Those Private Palisades, p. 481
                    13. They Put Away Their Toys by Halle Schaffner, p. 482
                    14. Letters & Life by Leon Whipple, pp. 483-496
                  4. [+]
                    August 15, 1928 Issue = 15 Articles
                    1. Tell It to the Iceman by Virginia Conklin, p. 499
                    2. Parks Pay by Anne Roller, p. 500
                    3. From the Log of a Social Worker by Caroline Slade, p. 501
                    4. Miners in the Mud by Helen M. Harris, pp. 502-503
                    5. William E. Harmon: 1862-1928, p. 504
                    6. The Common Welfare, pp. 505-507
                    7. Education by Helen L. Neuman, p. 508
                    8. The Traveling Teacher by Mary L. Ely, pp. 509-510
                    9. Industry by Lucy P. Carner, p. 511
                    10. Fifteen Years of the Minimum Wage by Ethel M. Johnson, pp. 512-513
                    11. Books In Our Alcove, pp. 514-516
                    12. Run of the Shelves, p. 517
                    13. The Social Work Shop by Paul T. Beisser, p. 518
                    14. Gossip, pp. 519-520
                    15. Communications, pp. 521-526
                  5. [+]
                    September 1, 1928 Issue = 10 Articles
                    1. Adventures of a Woman Voter by Olive A. Colton, pp. 533-536
                    2. Paintings of Modern Industry by Benito Quinquela Martin, pp. 537-539
                    3. The Corporation and Its Community by Paul A. Schoellkopf, p. 540
                    4. How Pay Sickness Bills? by Michael M. Davis, pp. 541-543
                    5. Scissors Picture by Martha Bensley Bruere, p. 544
                    6. A Quaker Employer Builds a Company Union by Robert W. Bruere, pp. 545-549
                    7. Play-Making in a Modern School by Margaret Naumburg, pp. 550-553
                    8. Color for School Walls by George Lawrence Nelson, p. 554
                    9. A Moral Boundary for Civilization by John Palmer Gavit, pp. 555-556
                    10. Letters & Life, pp. 557-576
                  6. [+]
                    September 15, 1928 Issue = 11 Articles
                    1. British Labor's New Program by S.K. Ratcliffe, pp. 579-580
                    2. Kindergartens of Crime by F. Zeta Youmans, pp. 581-582
                    3. The International Fortnight in Paris by Rene Sand, pp. 583-584
                    4. The Common Welfare, pp. 585-588
                    5. Health, pp. 589-592
                    6. Industry, pp. 593-596
                    7. Education, pp. 597-600
                    8. Social Practice, pp. 601-604
                    9. Communities, pp. 605-608
                    10. Books in Our Alcove, pp. 609-613
                    11. The Social Work Shop by Dorothy Wysor, pp. 614-622
                4. [+]
                  Issues of Oct.-Dec. 1928 = 6 Issues, 87 Articles
                  1. [+]
                    October 1, 1928 Issue = 14 Articles
                    1. Rank and File of the Air by McAlister Coleman, pp. 5-8
                    2. Portals to the Sky by Raymond A. O'Hara, pp. 9-12
                    3. Flying Doctors by Alice Henry, pp. 13-16
                    4. The Art of Diego Rivera, pp. 17-19
                    5. Why Hickman Hangs by Miriam Van Waters, pp. 20-23
                    6. Ex Sua Natura by Caroline Slade, pp. 24-28
                    7. Woman's Place In Our Town by Mary Elizabeth Hendee, pp. 29-30
                    8. Rather Worse by Ruth Evelyn Henderson, pp. 31-32
                    9. Two Portraits: Italy, Novecento by Signe Toksvig, p. 33
                    10. Mrs. Sun Yat Sen Flees from Victory by Anna Louise Strong, pp. 34-35
                    11. Industry by Otto Gutfreud, p. 36
                    12. This Machine Age by Lillian M. Gilbreth, pp. 37-38
                    13. New Chapter in the Opium War by John Palmer Gavit, pp. 39-40
                    14. Letters & Life, pp. 41-62
                  2. [+]
                    October 15, 1928 Issue = 14 Articles
                    1. Home-Made Accidents, p. 67
                    2. Keeping Old Age Independent, p. 68
                    3. Mary E. Richmond: 1861-1928, p. 69
                    4. Farm Labor's Plight by Perry P. Denune, p. 70
                    5. Dancing in a Ring by Charles A. Gates, p. 71
                    6. The Worker Dedicates One Day's Pay by Louise M. Clevenger, p. 72
                    7. The Common Welfare, pp. 73-76
                    8. Health, pp. 77-80
                    9. Education, pp. 81-84
                    10. Industry, pp. 85-88
                    11. Social Practice, pp. 89-92
                    12. Communities, pp. 93-95
                    13. Books in Our Alcove, pp. 96-99
                    14. The Social Work Shop, pp. 100-110
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                    November 1, 1928 Issue = 22 Articles
                    1. Frontispiece by Karl Dehmann, p. 118
                    2. Sky-Lines of Wealth, p. 119
                    3. This Amazing Prosperity by Daisy Lee Worthington Worcester, pp. 120-124
                    4. Thrift---Model 1928 by Robert A. Brady, pp. 125-126
                    5. Putting Halitosis on the Map by Stuart Chase, pp. 127-129
                    6. From Behind the Advertising Looking-Glass by Mark Wiseman, pp. 130-132
                    7. A Dollar Down and Ten to Go by Orrin C. Lester, pp. 133-135
                    8. Water Colors of Here and Now by Ethel Spears, pp. 136-137
                    9. What Our Parents Didn't Pay For by Eunice Fuller Barnard, pp. 138-139
                    10. Four-Million-Share Day by J.W. Golinkin, p. 140
                    11. Big Money Quick by Merryle Stanley Rukeyser, p. 141
                    12. Money Madness by Alice E. Johnson, pp. 142-143
                    13. Average-Man of the Modern City, pp. 144-145
                    14. How the Joneses Do It by Chase Going Woodhouse, pp. 146-150
                    15. Stretching the Household Dollar by Faith M. Williams, pp. 151-152
                    16. Weathering Rainy Days by Leon Henderson and Rolf Nugent, pp. 153-155
                    17. Law and a Living for Women by Henry Raymond Mussey, pp. 156-158
                    18. Burchfield, Painter of Familiar Scenes by F.L.K., pp. 159-161
                    19. The Middle Class Looks Down the Years by Robert W. Kelso, pp. 162-163
                    20. Some Tests for Democracy by John Palmer Gavit, pp. 164-165
                    21. Editorials, pp. 166-167
                    22. Letters & Life, pp. 168-206
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                    November 15, 1928 Issue = 12 Articles
                    1. The City's Place in Civilization by Charles A. Beard, pp. 213-215
                    2. The Spirit of Social Work by J. Edgar Park, p. 216
                    3. Marco Polo & Co., pp. 217-218
                    4. The Common Welfare, pp. 219-222
                    5. Industry, pp. 223-226
                    6. Communities, pp. 227-230
                    7. Health, pp. 231-234
                    8. Social Practice, pp. 235-238
                    9. Education, pp. 239-242
                    10. Books in Our Alcove, pp. 243-247
                    11. The Social Work Shop by Lawson G. Lowrey, pp. 248-260
                    12. A House of Interpreters, pp. 261-270
                  5. [+]
                    December 1, 1928 Issue = 14 Articles
                    1. Frontispiece, p. 276
                    2. Ring in the News by Paul U. Kellogg, pp. 277-284
                    3. The Permanence of Values by Richard C. Cabot, pp. 285-286
                    4. Over a Counter by Margaret Hagan, p. 287
                    5. Christmas Charity, Ltd. by Malvina Lindsay, p. 288
                    6. Prohibition and Public Health by Haven Emerson, pp. 289-292
                    7. Pull by Lincoln Steffens, pp. 293-294
                    8. The Greatest Chaman of the Chukchee, pp. 295-298
                    9. "What's the Idea?" by Eleanor Rowland Wembridge, pp. 299-301
                    10. The Silva Confession by Louis Stark, p. 302
                    11. New Prints in the Old Manner by Robert Austin by F.L.K., pp. 303-305
                    12. Editorials, pp. 306-307
                    13. Imagine an Old Automobile! by John P. Gavit, pp. 308-309
                    14. Letters & Life, pp. 310-336
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                    December 15, 1928 Issue = 11 Articles
                    1. Mines and Men by Josephine Roche, pp. 341-343
                    2. Out of the House of Bondage by Halle Schaffner, p. 344
                    3. Adventures in Friendship by Katharine C. Dewar, pp. 345-346
                    4. The Common Welfare, pp. 347-350
                    5. Education, pp. 351-356
                    6. Industry, pp. 357-362
                    7. Health, pp. 363-369
                    8. Social Practice, pp. 370-375
                    9. Communities, pp. 376-381
                    10. Books in Our Alcove, pp. 382-387
                    11. The Social Work Shop, pp. 388-400
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                Issues of 1929 = 24 Issues, 356 Articles
              3. [+]
                Issues of the 1930s = 9 Years, 144 Issues, 2,180 Articles
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                  Issues of 1930 = 24 Issues, 391 Articles
                  1. [+]
                    Issues of 1931 = 24 Issues, 427 Articles
                    1. [+]
                      Issues of 1932 = 24 Issues, 407 Articles
                      1. [+]
                        Issues of 1933 = 12 Issues, 220 Articles
                        1. [+]
                          Issues of 1934 = 12 Issues, 183 Articles
                          1. [+]
                            Issues of 1936 = 12 Issues, 148 Articles
                            1. [+]
                              Issues of 1937 = 12 Issues, 134 Articles
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                                Issues of 1938 = 12 Issues, 134 Articles
                                1. [+]
                                  Issues of 1939 = 12 Issues, 136 Articles
                                2. [+]
                                  Issues of the 1940s = 9 Years, 108 Issues, 1,100 Articles
                                  1. [+]
                                    Issues of 1940 = 12 Issues, 136 Articles
                                    1. [+]
                                      Issues of 1941 = 12 Issues, 128 Articles
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                                        Issues of 1942 = 12 Issues, 127 Articles
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                                          Issues of 1943 = 12 Issues, 124 Articles
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                                            Issues of 1944 = 12 Issues, 128 Articles
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                                              Issues of 1945 = 12 Issues, 109 Articles
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                                                Issues of 1946 = 12 Issues, 110 Articles
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                                                  Issues of 1947 = 12 Issues, 111 Articles
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                                                    Issues of 1948 = 12 Issues, 127 Articles
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                                                    Issues of the 1950s = 1 Year, 12 Issues, 148 Articles
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                                                      Issues of 1951 = 12 Issues, 148 Articles