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                        Issues of 1932 = 24 Issues, 407 Articles
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                          Issues of Jan.-Mar. 1932 = 6 Issues, 145 Articles
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                            January 1, 1932 Issue = 19 Articles
                            1. Those Crazy Russians! by Frankwood E. Williams, M.D., pp. 341-345
                            2. "I Am Opposed To Any...Dole", p. 346
                            3. The Case for Federal Relief by Gifford Pinchot, pp. 347-349
                            4. Adventures in Contentment by John E. Costigan, pp. 350-351
                            5. Are Women Losing Ground? by Helen Field, pp. 352-354
                            6. Does Money Make the Marriage Go? by Chase Going Woodhouse, pp. 355-358
                            7. Doctors of Matrimony by George K. Pratt, M.D., pp. 359-360
                            8. The Whistle Blows by Philip L. Ketchum, pp. 361-363
                            9. How Jennie Gets Her Man by Eleanor Rowland Wembridge, pp. 364-367
                            10. Recent Paintings by Diego Rivera, pp. 368-369
                            11. Social Consequences of Depression by Jane Addams, pp. 370-371
                            12. Potions and Pills by Mary Ross, pp. 372-373
                            13. England After the Deluge by S.K. Ratcliffe, pp. 374-376
                            14. The Loopholes Left At Versailles by Felix Morley, pp. 377-378
                            15. Down to the Poppies by John Palmer Gavit, pp. 379-380
                            16. Dug-outs and Settle-ins by Jeannette Griffith, pp. 381-383
                            17. Letters & Life by Leon Whipple, pp. 384-387
                            18. Traveler's Notebook, pp. 388-400
                            19. Frontispiece
                          2. [+]
                            January 15, 1932 Issue = 23 Articles
                            1. Editorial Paragraphs, pp. 403-406
                            2. The Lever of State Relief by Gertrude Springer, pp. 407-410
                            3. Eighteen Points in Housing by Loula D. Lasker, p. 411
                            4. Credo by Paul L. Benjamin, p. 412
                            5. Confessions of a Neophite by John E. Lyman, p. 413
                            6. $52,000,000 for Social Welfare by Pierce Williams, pp. 414-415
                            7. Tuberculosis Takes a Cut by H.E. Kleinschmidt, M.D., p. 416
                            8. The Obligation To Bear Witness by Morris S. Lazaron, p. 417
                            9. Why Is a Hospital Trustee? by Howard S. Cullman, pp. 418-419
                            10. Downing Diphtheria by Charles F. Baldwin, M.D., p. 420
                            11. Reclaiming the Handicapped by Oscar Y. Sullivan, p. 421
                            12. All in the Day's Work by Marion D. Gutman, pp. 422-423
                            13. A Tri-City Unemployment Program by Beulah Amidon, pp. 424-425
                            14. Social Practice, pp. 426-427
                            15. Health, pp. 428-429
                            16. Industry, pp. 430-431
                            17. Education, pp. 432-433
                            18. Unemployment, pp. 434-435
                            19. Work Shop, pp. 436-439
                            20. Books, pp. 440-443
                            21. Communications, pp. 444-446
                            22. Gossip, pp. 447-448
                            23. Frontispiece by Charles Silver
                          3. [+]
                            February 1, 1932 Issue = 24 Articles
                            1. Ingots and Doles by William Hard, pp. 453-458
                            2. "But You Can't Let People Starve" by Whiting Williams, pp. 459-461
                            3. Civic Opera by Hilda Worthington Smith, p. 462
                            4. Relief Needs, Relief Resources by Paul U. Kellogg, p. 463
                            5. Conditions Showing Possible Need for Federal Aid by Frank Bane, p. 464
                            6. Cities, Counties, States Can Handle the Situation by Walter S. Gifford, p. 465
                            7. Community Chest Results by Allen T. Burns, p. 465
                            8. Needs and Safeguards by Linton B. Swift, p. 465
                            9. Emergent and National by Walter West, pp. 466-467
                            10. Portrait of Julius Rosenwald by John C. Johansen, p. 468
                            11. Julius Rosenwald, Fellow Citizen by Graham Taylor, p. 469
                            12. This Picture and This by Reginald Marsh, pp. 470-471
                            13. The Origins of Economic Planning by Lewis L. Lorwin, pp. 472-475
                            14. Francis Crowley vs. the People of the State of New York by Ira S. Wile, M.D., pp. 476-478
                            15. The Great Ladies of Chicago by Zona Gale, pp. 479-482
                            16. Growing Up By Plan by Franklin D. Roosevelt, pp. 483-485
                            17. The Simple Life of New York by Mary Ross, pp. 486-488
                            18. Drunkenness vs. Drink by J.J. Mallon, pp. 489-490
                            19. Very Dear Uncle Sam by John Palmer Gavit, pp. 491-494
                            20. Disarmament Cartoons, p. 495
                            21. Letters & Life by Leon Whipple, pp. 496-501
                            22. Traveler's Notebook, pp. 502-511
                            23. Index To Advertisers, p. 512
                            24. Frontispiece, Steel by Thomas H. Benton
                          4. [+]
                            February 15, 1932 Issue = 26 Articles
                            1. Editorial Paragraphs, pp. 515-518
                            2. National Leadership in a Crisis by George A. Hastings, pp. 519-520
                            3. Settling Salaries By Case Work by Benjamin West Frazier, pp. 521-522
                            4. What Philadelphia Did by Gertrude Springer, pp. 523-524
                            5. A Challenge To Social Workers by Paul L. Benjamin, p. 525
                            6. Let X Equal the Unknown by Lillian A. Quinn, pp. 526-527
                            7. Flivver Waves for Europe by Beulah Amidon, p. 528
                            8. How It Feels by A Social Worker, pp. 529-530
                            9. One Man's Gift by Jacob Billikopf, p. 531
                            10. Making History of Lynching by Lisbeth Parrott, p. 532
                            11. A Constituency for Their Clients by Gardner Lattimer, p. 533
                            12. The Volunteer---1933 Model by Clare M. Tousley, p. 534
                            13. "That Damn Soup!" by Linn A. Tripp, p. 535
                            14. Public Health Pays by John A. Kingsbury, p. 536
                            15. Paul M. Warburg---1868-1932 by L.D.W., p. 536
                            16. Social Work and Attitudes by Linton B. Swift, p. 537
                            17. Social Practice, pp. 538-539
                            18. Health, pp. 540-541
                            19. Industry, pp. 542-543
                            20. Education, pp. 544-545
                            21. Unemployment, pp. 546-547
                            22. Work Shop, pp. 548-551
                            23. Books, pp. 552-554
                            24. Communications, pp. 555-556
                            25. Gossip, pp. 557-558
                            26. Frontispiece by Charles Silver
                          5. [+]
                            March 1, 1932 Issue = 26 Articles
                            1. When We Choose To Plan by P.U.K., p. 565
                            2. You and I and the Big Idea by Stuart Chase, p. 566
                            3. Ghosts by Rollin Kirby, pp. 567-568
                            4. The American Front by Lewis L. Lorwin, pp. 569-571
                            5. Pneumatic Drilling by Diego Rivera, p. 572
                            6. The New Lead From Capitol Hill by Isador Lubin, pp. 573-577
                            7. Precision by Lewis W. Hine, p. 578
                            8. Scientific Management's Bigger Job by H.S. Person, pp. 579-581
                            9. The American Way by Hendrik Willem Van Loon, pp. 582-585
                            10. The Swope Toward Planning by Sidney Hillman, pp. 586-588
                            11. Order In the Machine Age by Charles Sheeler, pp. 589-591
                            12. Cotton Textiles by Henry P. Kendall, pp. 592-594
                            13. Telephones by E.C. Lindeman, pp. 595-599
                            14. Ingots and Jobs by William Hard, pp. 600-605
                            15. The Great Consumer of Electricity by Martha Bensley Bruere, p. 606
                            16. Light and Power by Morris Llewellyn Cooke, pp. 607-611
                            17. Our Economic Map by John W. Frey, pp. 612-615
                            18. Planning and the Constitution by J.P. Chamberlain, pp. 616-617
                            19. Planning To End Unemployment by Mary van Kleeck, pp. 618-620
                            20. World Planning and the U.S.A. by Otto Neurath, pp. 621-628
                            21. Curtain by Beulah Amidon, pp. 629-630
                            22. Towards a New Frontier by Wilfred Jones, p. 631
                            23. Letters & Life by Leon Whipple, pp. 632-645
                            24. Traveler's Notebook, pp. 646-655
                            25. Index To Advertisers, p. 656
                            26. Frontispiece, Frozen Assets by Diego Rivera
                          6. [+]
                            March 15, 1932 Issue = 27 Articles
                            1. Editorial Paragraphs, pp. 659-661
                            2. Poems, p. 662
                            3. The Unemployed Strike Out for Themselves by Karl Borders, pp. 663-664
                            4. II. They Organize in Seattle by Hulet M. Wells, pp. 665-666
                            5. Leadership Lifts Its Head by Gertrude Springer, p. 667
                            6. A Nation Scrapping Its Slums by Edith Elmer Wood, p. 668
                            7. A Home For Mary Lou by Helen Cody Baker, pp. 669-670
                            8. "Mrs. Doctor" by Eleanor Brush Cochran, p. 671
                            9. Let Them Hear! by Annetta W. Peck, p. 672
                            10. A Silver Lining by George Hjelte, p. 673
                            11. New Shoes by Marie Alamo Boden, p. 674
                            12. Guidance As Education by R.B. Cunliffe, pp. 675-676
                            13. Florence Kelley 1859-1932 by Julia C. Lathrop, p. 677
                            14. Job Insurance Now by Beulah Amidon, p. 678
                            15. Things They Hated by Benjamin L. Weinfeld, p. 679
                            16. The Friendly Visitor by Roy F. Woodbury, p. 680
                            17. Wheelbarrow Brigade by Lisbeth Parrott, p. 681
                            18. Social Practice, pp. 682-683
                            19. Health, pp. 684-685
                            20. Industry, pp. 686-687
                            21. Education, pp. 688-689
                            22. Unemployment, pp. 690-691
                            23. Work Shop, pp. 692-694
                            24. Books, pp. 695-698
                            25. Communications, pp. 699-700
                            26. Gossip, pp. 701-716
                            27. Frontispiece by Charles Silver
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                          Issues of Apr.-Jun. 1932 = 6 Issues, 91 Articles
                          1. [+]
                            April 1, 1932 Issue = 16 Articles
                            1. Hawaii "Needs a Friend" by J. Prentice Murphy, pp. 5-8
                            2. Russia---A Nation of Adolescents by Frankwood E. Williams, M.D., pp. 9-14
                            3. A Great Door Opens by Cornelia Stratton Parker, pp. 15-16
                            4. The Deeper Lesson of the Lindbergh Kidnapping by Harry Elmer Barnes, pp. 17-19
                            5. New Houses for Old by Loula D. Lasker, pp. 20-25
                            6. New Tricks for Old Dogs by Eleanor Rowland Wembridge, pp. 26-29
                            7. Natural Expression In Art by Stephan Bourgeois, pp. 30-34
                            8. So She Wants to be a Nurse by Katharine Faville, R.N., pp. 35-37
                            9. Architecture and the Art of Living by Carol Aronovici, pp. 38-40
                            10. Birth Control vs. Class Suicide by Guy Irving Burch, p. 41
                            11. Rents by Helen Hall, pp. 42-44
                            12. Pieced Are the Bless-Makers by John Palmer Gavit, pp. 45-47
                            13. Letters & Life by Leon Whipple, pp. 48-54
                            14. Traveler's Notebook, pp. 55-63
                            15. Advertiser's Index, p. 64
                            16. Frontispiece by Wilfred Jones
                          2. [+]
                            April 15, 1932 Issue = 18 Articles
                            1. Editorial Paragraphs, pp. 67-69
                            2. Philadelphia---All Aboard, p. 70
                            3. How the Cities Stand, pp. 71-75
                            4. What's the Matter With Volunteers? by Edwin S. Burdell, p. 76
                            5. To Interpret Social Work, p. 77
                            6. Teachers Look At Education by Beulah Amidon, p. 78
                            7. The Integrity of Mental Hygiene by Frederick L. Patry, M.D., p. 79
                            8. Social Practice, p. 80
                            9. Health, pp. 81-82
                            10. Industry, p. 83
                            11. Education, pp. 84-85
                            12. Unemployment, p. 86
                            13. Work Shop, pp. 87-89
                            14. Books, pp. 90-92
                            15. Communications, p. 93
                            16. Gossip, pp. 94-98
                            17. Annual Report, pp. 99-112
                            18. Frontispiece by Charles Silver
                          3. [+]
                            May 1, 1932 Issue = 16 Articles
                            1. Banker Control of Community Chests by Robert W. Kelso, pp. 117-119
                            2. Stars and Stripes and Royal Palm by Paul Monroe, pp. 120-123
                            3. Footloose Families by G. Eleanor Kimble, p. 124
                            4. That Cost of Living by Mary Ross, pp. 125-126
                            5. Davenport by Frederic E. Greene, pp. 127-128
                            6. The City as the New Mode by Charles Bouck White, p. 129
                            7. Significance of Dictatorship by Frankwood E. Williams, M.D., pp. 130-135
                            8. Etchings of Children by Margery Ryerson, pp. 136-137
                            9. Radium by Katherine Schaub, pp. 138-140
                            10. John Brown's Burden by Margaret Grobben, pp. 141-142
                            11. "That He's My Dog!" by John Palmer Gavit, pp. 143-144
                            12. Tuileries Gardens by Harold T. Pulsifer, p. 145
                            13. Letters & Life by Neva R. Deardorff, Arthur Kellogg, and Leon Whipple, ..., pp. 146-163
                            14. Traveler's Notebook, pp. 164-175
                            15. Index To Advertisers, p. 176
                            16. Frontispiece by Francis Speight
                          4. [+]
                            May 15, 1932 Issue = 19 Articles
                            1. Editorial Paragraphs, pp. 178-180
                            2. Decent Standards of Relief by Lea D. Taylor, p. 181
                            3. Housing Is News by Loula D. Lasker, p. 182
                            4. Block-Aid by Gertrude Springer, p. 183
                            5. Who Should Pay the Bill? by Bailey B. Burritt, p. 184
                            6. The Pittsburgh Community Council by Mary Clarke Burnett, p. 185
                            7. Miss Junior League Looks At Social Work, pp. 186-187
                            8. Girl Victims of the Machine Age by Emily T. Burr, p. 188
                            9. Immigration Issues by Read Lewis, p. 189
                            10. The Drama of a Clinic by Laurence F. Schmeckebier, pp. 190-191
                            11. Social Practice, p. 192
                            12. Health, pp. 193-194
                            13. Industry, p. 195
                            14. Education, pp. 196-197
                            15. Unemployment, p. 198
                            16. Work Shop, pp. 199-200
                            17. Books, pp. 201-203
                            18. Communications, pp. 204-206
                            19. Gossip, pp. 207-208
                          5. [+]
                            June 1, 1932 Issue = 11 Articles
                            1. Frontispiece by Max Kalish, p. 212
                            2. "Yes, My Workers Are Driver, But---" by Whiting Williams, pp. 213-216
                            3. The West Is Different by Joanna C. Colcord, pp. 217-221
                            4. Rock-Bottom Responsibility by Robert F. Wagner, pp. 222-224
                            5. Out From Confusion by Frankwood E. Williams, M.D., pp. 225-227
                            6. Schools In a Changing World by Beulah Amidon, pp. 228-231
                            7. A College Museum With a Plan by Blake-More Godwin, pp. 232-235
                            8. What's Happening To the Schools by John K. Norton and Margaret A. Norton, pp. 236-238
                            9. Much Ado About Hitler by John Palmer Gavit, p. 239
                            10. Letters & Life by Leon Whipple, pp. 240-248
                            11. Traveler's Notebook, pp. 249-254
                          6. [+]
                            June 15, 1932 Issue = 11 Articles
                            1. Editorial Paragraphs, pp. 258-259
                            2. The Fighting Spirit In Hard Times by Gertrude Springer, pp. 260-270
                            3. Drought by Ethel Romig Fuller, p. 271
                            4. Social Service and Social Justice, p. 272
                            5. New York Challenges Its Villages by Haven Emerson, M.D., pp. 273-274
                            6. It's News by Elizabeth Stem Healy, p. 275
                            7. Education, p. 276
                            8. Unemployment, pp. 277-278
                            9. Books, pp. 279-282
                            10. Communications, pp. 283-285
                            11. Gossip, pp. 286-288
                        3. [+]
                          Issues of Jul.-Sep. 1932 = 6 Issues, 66 Articles
                          1. [+]
                            July 1, 1932 Issue = 9 Articles
                            1. Socialized Capitalism by Albert G. Milbank, pp. 293-297
                            2. Motor To Mexico Manana by Eyler N. Simpson, pp. 298-300
                            3. Vermont---A Way of Life by Walter Hard, pp. 301-303
                            4. Bootstrapping Among the Pioneers by John Palmer Gavit, pp. 304-306
                            5. Black and White by E.P. Lyon, pp. 307-308
                            6. Safe For Today by Fonrose Wainwright, pp. 309-311
                            7. Letters & Life by Leon Whipple, pp. 312-313
                            8. Traveler's Notebook, pp. 314-318
                            9. Frontispiece by Jeannette Griffith
                          2. [+]
                            July 15, 1932 Issue = 11 Articles
                            1. Editorial Paragraphs, pp. 321-323
                            2. Getting the Most from Federal Relief by Gertrude Springer, pp. 324-325
                            3. Children Hurt At Work by Gertrude Folks Zimand, p. 326
                            4. Jones Gets Relief---Smith Gets Work by John P. Sanderson, p. 327
                            5. The Hospital Trustee Is a School Trustee by E.P. Lyon, p. 328
                            6. Back To Barter by Pauline G. Schindler, p. 329
                            7. Ups and Downs of Public Recreation by Roy Smith Wallace, p. 330
                            8. Social Practice, p. 331
                            9. Health, p. 332
                            10. Books, pp. 333-335
                            11. Gossip, p. 336
                          3. [+]
                            August 1, 1932 Issue = 10 Articles
                            1. Unknown Soldiers by Gardner Jackson, pp. 341-345
                            2. Confusion Less Confounded by Morris S. Lazaron, pp. 346-348
                            3. The Lady From Westchester by Hazel Canning, pp. 349-352
                            4. I Secede by Rube Borough, pp. 353-355
                            5. Down East by Stow Wengenroth, pp. 356-357
                            6. Physic for Doctors by Eleanor Rowland Wembridge, pp. 358-359
                            7. Geneva's Double Cross-Roads by John Palmer Gavit, p. 360
                            8. Letters & Life by Leon Whipple, p. 361
                            9. Traveller's Notebook, pp. 362-366
                            10. Frontispiece
                          4. [+]
                            August 15, 1932 Issue = 14 Articles
                            1. Federal Relief, pp. 369-370
                            2. Balancing the Budget by J. Herbert Case, p. 371
                            3. Team Play in Chest Procedure by Henry D. Sharpe, p. 371
                            4. How Detroit Found a Half Million by G.D. Pope, p. 372
                            5. Spontaneous Cuts by the Agencies by Hendon Chubb, p. 373
                            6. Reduction by Consultion by E.S. Waterbury, p. 374
                            7. A Social Worker's Legacy by Ruth Brownlow, p. 375
                            8. Starting Boys at the Top of a Tree by Joseph A. Beattie, p. 376
                            9. Realism in Unemployment by Paul L. Benjamin, p. 376
                            10. Planning for Prisons, p. 377
                            11. Social Practice, p. 378
                            12. Health, p. 379
                            13. Books, pp. 380-383
                            14. Gossip, p. 384
                          5. [+]
                            September 1, 1932 Issue = 11 Articles
                            1. Frontispiece, p. 388
                            2. An Army of Boys on the Loose by A. Wayne McMillen, pp. 389-393
                            3. Confession of Faith by Helen Cody Baker, pp. 394-396
                            4. This Club Is Okay, p. 397
                            5. Child Analysis by Anna Freud, pp. 398-399
                            6. Books Without Print by Druzilla R. Mackey, pp. 400-401
                            7. Middle-Class Misery by John Paul Jones, pp. 402-404
                            8. Cache and Carry, p. 405
                            9. Looking Back To Now by John Palmer Gavit, p. 406
                            10. Letters & Life by Leon Whipple, pp. 407-409
                            11. Traveler's Notebook, pp. 410-416
                          6. [+]
                            September 15, 1932 Issue = 11 Articles
                            1. Editorial Paragraphs, p. 418
                            2. Penny-Wise Relief by Margaret Wead, p. 419
                            3. Snapshots at the Frankfurt Conference by Cecilia Razovsky, pp. 420-421
                            4. Play Unites the Nations by T.E. Rivers, p. 422
                            5. New Walls for Old by Sam A. Lewisohn, p. 423
                            6. Social-Work Schools Stand Firm by Beulah Amidon, pp. 424-425
                            7. Social Practice, p. 426
                            8. Health, p. 427
                            9. Workshop, p. 428
                            10. Books, pp. 429-431
                            11. Gossip, p. 432
                        4. [+]
                          Issues of Oct.-Dec. 1932 = 6 Issues, 105 Articles
                          1. [+]
                            October 1, 1932 Issue = 21 Articles
                            1. Let the Cities Perish by Carol Aronovici, pp. 437-440
                            2. End or Peak of Civilization? by Benton Mackaye, pp. 441-444
                            3. Climate and City Growth by Ellsworth Huntington, pp. 445-448
                            4. Cartoons by Daumier, p. 449
                            5. Food and Folks from the Hinterland by O.E. Baker, pp. 450-453
                            6. Cycle of the City, pp. 454-455
                            7. National Arteriosclerosis by Robert A. Lesher, pp. 456-460
                            8. Cities Built On Sand by Otis P. Starkey, pp. 461-463
                            9. Murals by Thomas H. Benton, p. 464
                            10. Manhattan Boom-Town by Robert S. Lynd, p. 465
                            11. The Traffic Jam In Ideas by Lyman Bryson, pp. 466-467
                            12. To Plan or Not To Plan by Henry Wright, pp. 468-469
                            13. This Great Hive, the City by Frans Masereel, pp. 470-471
                            14. Public Tools for Regional Planning by Charles S. Ascher, pp. 472-473
                            15. Rural Village, New Model by Walter A. Terpenning, pp. 474-475
                            16. The Planner's Five-Foot Shelf by Carol Aronovici, pp. 476-479
                            17. The Passionate Pilgrim by John Palmer Gavit, pp. 480-481
                            18. Letters & Life by Leon Whipple, pp. 482-491
                            19. Traveler's Notebook, pp. 492-495
                            20. Index to Advertisers, p. 496
                            21. Frontispiece by William M. Rittase
                          2. [+]
                            October 15, 1932 Issue = 19 Articles
                            1. Editorial Paragraphs, pp. 497-499
                            2. Strategy of the Fourth Year, p. 500
                            3. The Challenge to Business Men by Louis E. Kirstein, pp. 501-502
                            4. What Social Agencies Must Do by C.M. Bookman, pp. 503-504
                            5. Contract Work-Relief by Florence Peterson, p. 505
                            6. How Federal Relief Gets Into Action by Gertrude Springer, pp. 506-507
                            7. The Herald's Horn by Thomas H. Reed, p. 508
                            8. Health Insurance, American Plan by Richards M. Bradley, p. 509
                            9. The Crisis in Local Government by Howard P. Jones, pp. 510-511
                            10. Mountain Nurse by Madeline V. Kelley, R.N., p. 512
                            11. Exit Black Aggie by Lisbeth Parrott, p. 513
                            12. Social Practice, p. 514
                            13. Health, pp. 515-516
                            14. Industry, p. 517
                            15. Education, pp. 518-519
                            16. Work Shop, p. 520
                            17. Books, pp. 521-523
                            18. Communications, pp. 524-525
                            19. Gossip, pp. 526-528
                          3. [+]
                            November 1, 1932 Issue = 12 Articles
                            1. U.S.A. and U.S.S.R. by Walter Duranty, pp. 533-537
                            2. Otto Neurath Visits Russia, pp. 538-540
                            3. Cement Railroads by Benton Mackaye, pp. 541-542
                            4. The Medical Sciences Look At Alcohol by Haven Emerson, M.D., pp. 543-545
                            5. Are Radio Fans Influenced? by Edward S. Robinson, pp. 546-547
                            6. Murals In Two Colleges by Jose Clemente Orozco, pp. 548-549
                            7. How Build a Peace Program? by William Hard and Jane Addams, pp. 550-553
                            8. Trustees of 100 Billions by Albert G. Milbank, pp. 554-555
                            9. Of War Debts and Other Menaces by John Palmer Gavit, p. 556
                            10. Letters & Life--Fall Book Section by Leon Whipple, pp. 557-567
                            11. Traveler's Notebook, pp. 568-574
                            12. Frontispiece by Adolf Wolff
                          4. [+]
                            November 15, 1932 Issue = 26 Articles
                            1. So They Say, p. 577
                            2. Frontispiece---Hunger Knows No Holiday, p. 578
                            3. Editorial Paragraphs, pp. 579-582
                            4. When Relief Stops What Do They Eat? by Ewan Clague, pp. 583-584
                            5. Rhode Island Finds Out by Beulah Amidon, pp. 585-586
                            6. Canton's Community Store by A.M. Luntz, pp. 587-588
                            7. Cincinnati's Commissary by Ellery F. Reed, p. 589
                            8. Commissaries By and Large by Margaret Wead, p. 590
                            9. What Keeps the Nurse Going? by Lillian D. Wald, pp. 590-591
                            10. Shoes That Had Tongues by Carrie Ferris Green and Lou Rogers Shackelton, ..., p. 592
                            11. Back To Barbarism by Ira S. Wile, M.D., p. 593
                            12. Toward Industrial Peace by Ferdinand M. Isserman, p. 594
                            13. Scrip-Wise and Pound-Foolish by Julius H. Amberg, pp. 595-596
                            14. Who Are the Unemployed by Jessie A. Bloodworth, p. 597
                            15. Merry-Go-Round by Hester M. Graham, pp. 598-599
                            16. Social-Work Trends by W. Frank Persons, pp. 600-602
                            17. The Pine Tree Cure for Delinquency by Stella M. Atwood, p. 603
                            18. Social Practice, pp. 604-605
                            19. Health, pp. 606-607
                            20. Industry, pp. 608-609
                            21. Education, pp. 610-611
                            22. Unemployment and Community Action, pp. 612-615
                            23. Books, pp. 616-619
                            24. Communications, p. 620
                            25. Said of the Survey, p. 621
                            26. Gossip, pp. 622-624
                          5. [+]
                            December 1, 1932 Issue = 12 Articles
                            1. Frontispiece by Paul Manship, p. 628
                            2. Medical Care for All of Us by Haven Emerson, M.D., pp. 629-633
                            3. The Family Bill for Sickness by Mary Ross, pp. 634-636
                            4. A Pragmatic Experiment With Taxes by Harold S. Buttenheim, pp. 637-639
                            5. What Became of the B.E.F. by Gertrude Springer, pp. 640-642
                            6. Ohio's Answer To Unemployment by William M. Leiserson, pp. 643-647
                            7. In the Land Without Unemployment Insurance, pp. 648-650
                            8. The Homes Sales Racket by Arthur C. Holden, pp. 651-653
                            9. Such Brains As We Use by John Palmer Gavit, pp. 654-655
                            10. Letters & Life by Leon Whipple, pp. 656-659
                            11. Traveler's Notebook, pp. 660-671
                            12. Index To Advertisers, p. 672
                          6. [+]
                            December 15, 1932 Issue = 15 Articles
                            1. R.F.C. and Housing, pp. 673-675
                            2. Collective Bargaining with Public Opinion by Bart Andress, pp. 676-679
                            3. A Platform for Public Relief by Gertrude Springer, pp. 680-681
                            4. Organized Swap and Dicker by Elizabeth Nutting, pp. 682-684
                            5. Federating the Leagues of Cities by Charles S. Ascher, p. 685
                            6. Lady Astor Says, p. 686
                            7. The Youth of 1932 by Paul L. Benjamin, p. 687
                            8. Social Practice, p. 688
                            9. Health, pp. 689-690
                            10. Industry, p. 691
                            11. Education, pp. 692-693
                            12. Unemployment and Community Action by Joanna C. Colcord and Russell H. Kurtz, pp. 694-697
                            13. Books, pp. 698-700
                            14. Communications, pp. 701-702
                            15. Gossip, pp. 703-712
                      2. [+]
                        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
                              1. [+]
                                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
                                      1. [+]
                                        Issues of 1942 = 12 Issues, 127 Articles
                                        1. [+]
                                          Issues of 1943 = 12 Issues, 124 Articles
                                          1. [+]
                                            Issues of 1944 = 12 Issues, 128 Articles
                                            1. [+]
                                              Issues of 1945 = 12 Issues, 109 Articles
                                              1. [+]
                                                Issues of 1946 = 12 Issues, 110 Articles
                                                1. [+]
                                                  Issues of 1947 = 12 Issues, 111 Articles
                                                  1. [+]
                                                    Issues of 1948 = 12 Issues, 127 Articles
                                                  2. [+]
                                                    Issues of the 1950s = 1 Year, 12 Issues, 148 Articles
                                                    1. [+]
                                                      Issues of 1951 = 12 Issues, 148 Articles