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  1. Big-Hearted Clients
    The Survey, January 1, 1934, pp. 12-13
  2. Big-Hearted Public
    The Survey, February 1, 1934, pp. 45-46
  3. Block-Aid
    The Survey, May 15, 1932, p. 183
  4. Book Reviews
    The Survey, August 1, 1943, pp. 223-226
  5. Brains Instead of Prison Walls
    The Survey, March 15, 1931, p. 657
  6. The Burden of Mass Relief
    The Survey, November 15, 1930, pp. 199-201
  7. Cash On Hand
    The Survey, September 1, 1934, pp. 282-283
  8. The Challenge of Hard Times
    The Survey, July 15, 1931, pp. 380-385
  9. The Chestss in a Recovery Year
    The Survey, October 1, 1933, pp. 339-340
  10. Child Welfare in the States
    From Arizona to Vermont; Personnel: The Crux of the Problem
    The Survey, April 1, 1942, pp. 103-107
  11. Children Must Live Their Own Lives
    The Survey, November 1, 1933, pp. 376-377
  12. The Common Welfare
    Public Welfare Faces Forward
    The Survey, January 1, 1951, pp. 34-38
  13. "Democracy Must Be Made to Work"
    The Survey, July 1, 1939, pp. 203-204
  14. Don't Be a Social-Work Air-Plant
    The Survey, August 1, 1934, pp. 250-251
  15. Family Ties
    The Survey, October 1, 1934, pp. 316-317
  16. The Federal Bread Line
    The Survey, March 1, 1939, pp. 67-70
  17. The Fighting Spirit In Hard Times
    The Survey, June 15, 1932, pp. 260-270
  18. For Soldiers Off Duty
    The Survey, March 1, 1941, pp. 75-77
  19. For Welfare and Security
    The Survey, March 1, 1934, pp. 68-70
  20. Funds for Another Bleak Winter
    The Survey, June 15, 1931, p. 302
  21. Getting the Most from Federal Relief
    The Survey, July 15, 1932, pp. 324-325
  22. Growing Pains of Public Welfare
    The Survey, January 1, 1940, pp. 3-5
  23. Hazards Ahead for Public Welfare
    The Survey, January 1, 1941, pp. 6-7
  24. How Federal Relief Gets Into Action
    The Survey, October 15, 1932, pp. 506-507
  25. How It Came
    "In Predominantly Rural Areas"
    The Survey, February 1, 1941, pp. 37-40
  26. "I Earned it, Didn't I?"
    The Survey, April 1, 1936, pp. 108-109
  27. The Job LIne
    The Survey, February 1, 1931, pp. 496-499
  28. Leadership Lifts Its Head
    The Survey, March 15, 1932, p. 667
  29. The Lever of State Relief
    The Survey, January 15, 1932, pp. 407-410
  30. "The Meeting Will Please Come to Order"
    Mr. Porter Prepares for the Meeting
    The Survey, November 1, 1940, pp. 322-323
  31. Men Must Work
    The Survey, November 1, 1934, pp. 342-343
  32. Miss Bailey Goes Visiting
    "...There Comes a Time"
    The Survey, December 1, 1939, pp. 374-375
  33. Miss Bailey Goes Visiting
    "Why Can't They Leave Us Alone?"
    The Survey, November 1, 1939, pp. 340-341
  34. Miss Bailey Goes Visiting
    "You Can't Push the McGuires"
    The Survey, October 1, 1939, pp. 312-313
  35. Miss Bailey Goes Visiting
    "The Line Forms on the Right"
    The Survey, January 1, 1941, pp. 13-14
  36. Miss Bailey Goes Visiting
    "Even If It Gets Rough"
    The Survey, December 1, 1940, pp. 357-358
  37. Miss Bailey Goes Visiting
    Right Here---and Now
    The Survey, May 1, 1940, pp. 167-168
  38. Miss Bailey Goes Visiting
    "It's the Way You Do It"
    The Survey, April 1, 1940, pp. 131-132
  39. Miss Bailey Goes Visiting
    "When Old People Won't Stay Put"
    The Survey, January 1, 1940, pp. 11-12
  40. Miss Bailey Goes Visiting
    "Wanted: A Twenty-five Cent Doctor"
    The Survey, October 1, 1941, pp. 293-294
  41. Miss Bailey Goes Visiting
    "You Find All Kinds"
    The Survey, March 1, 1940, pp. 101-102
  42. Miss Bailey Goes Visiting
    "Children Behind the Figures"
    The Survey, May 1, 1941, pp. 149-150
  43. Miss Bailey Goes Visiting
    "Some Scars Remain"
    The Survey, January 1, 1942, pp. 13-14
  44. Miss Bailey Goes Visiting
    Time for the Tenth Case
    The Survey, March 1, 1941, pp. 84-85
  45. Miss Bailey Goes Visiting
    "Because of Public Opinion"
    The Survey, April 1, 1941, p. 145
  46. Miss Bailey Listens
    The Survey, July 1, 1936, pp. 204-205
  47. Miss Bailey Meets a Time-and-a-Half Volunteer
    The Survey, October 1, 1942, pp. 272-273
  48. Miss Bailey Says
    "So We Told 'em Plain Facts"
    The Survey, April 1, 1937, pp. 106-107
  49. Miss Bailey Says
    "Luck Isn's Enough"
    The Survey, May 1, 1937, pp. 144-145
  50. Miss Bailey Says
    "Mist' Harry Meets a Merit System"
    The Survey, July 1, 1937, pp. 222-223
  51. Miss Bailey Says
    "Children Aren't Trash"
    The Survey, March 1, 1937, pp. 75-76
  52. Miss Bailey Says...
    "Maybe When We Get Our Growth"
    The Survey, May 1, 1938, pp. 169-172
  53. Miss Bailey Says...
    "Speaking of Interpretation..."
    The Survey, February 1, 1938, pp. 45-46
  54. Miss Bailey Says...
    Security Has Its Growing Pains
    The Survey, February 1, 1937, pp. 42-43
  55. Miss Bailey Says: "Brace Up, Theodore"
    The Survey, October 1, 1937, pp. 316-317
  56. Miss Bailey's Brief Case
    The Survey, January 1, 1937, pp. 3-4
  57. The National Conference at Work
    The Survey, June 1, 1934, pp. 181-188
  58. National Conference Plans
    The Survey, April 1, 1934, p. 114
  59. Nerves
    The Survey, May 1, 1934, pp. 154-155
  60. The "New" WPA
    ...And What It Has Left Behind
    The Survey, October 1, 1939, pp. 302-304
  61. A New Year for the Old
    The Survey, January 15, 1931, pp. 434-435
  62. Nothing Short of the Nation
    The Survey, March 1, 1936, pp. 67-68
  63. Off Again---Relief---On Again
    The Survey, December 1, 1936, pp. 355-357
  64. Our Defense Must Be From Within
    Reporting The National Conference of Social Work
    The Survey, June 1, 1940, pp. 187-188
  65. Partners in a New Social Order
    The Survey, July 1, 1933, p. 243
  66. Pennsylvania's Unique Feat
    The Survey, November 1, 1939, pp. 336-337
  67. A Platform for Public Relief
    The Survey, December 15, 1932, pp. 680-681
  68. Priorities on the Social Front
    Report of the National Conference of Social Work, 1941
    The Survey, July 1, 1941, pp. 203-204
  69. Public Welfare Life Is Real and Earnest
    The Survey, January 1, 1939, pp. 7-8
  70. Publicity, Sweet and Sour
    The Survey, March 1, 1934, pp. 82-83
  71. Ragged White Collars
    The Survey, November 15, 1931, pp. 183-184
  72. Relief in November 1938
    The Survey, November 1, 1938, pp. 339-343
  73. Relief in These Times
    The Survey, November 1, 1941, pp. 315-320
  74. Rising to a New Challenge
    The Survey, June 1, 1934, pp. 179-180
  75. Shock Troops to the Rescue
    The Survey, January 1, 1933, pp. 9-10
  76. Social Work in the Public Scene
    The Survey, June 1, 1936, pp. 163-164
  77. Social Workers Grope for Unity
    The Survey, June 1, 1937, pp. 179-180
  78. Social-Work Salaries
    The Survey, December 15, 1931, p. 299
  79. Soldiers' Saturday Night
    The Survey, April 1, 1941, pp. 107-109
  80. Step-Children of Relief
    The Survey, June 1, 1933, p. 212
  81. Swapping Horses in a Flood
    The Survey, April 1, 1933, pp. 153-154
  82. Thank You, Officer, We Can Change
    The Survey, September 1, 1933, p. 317
  83. "They Don't Want To Work"
    The Survey, May 1, 1936, pp. 142-143
  84. The Thing Called Relief
    The Survey, June 1, 1941, pp. 171-173
  85. "This Business of Relief"
    The Survey, February 1, 1938, pp. 35-37
  86. Transients In No-Man's-Land
    The Survey, January 1, 1936, pp. 16-17
  87. Up from Bankruptcy
    The Survey, July 1, 1931, pp. 341-345
  88. War and Welfare
    The Survey, January 1, 1942, pp. 3-5
  89. Well Advertised Breadlines
    The Survey, February 15, 1931, p. 545
  90. What Became of the B.E.F.
    The Survey, December 1, 1932, pp. 640-642
  91. What Philadelphia Did
    The Survey, February 15, 1932, pp. 523-524
  92. What Price the Power of the Food Order?
    The Survey, May 1, 1933, pp. 182-183
  93. When a Client Has a Car
    The Survey, March 1, 1933, p. 103
  94. When Clients Are Set in Their Ways
    The Survey, July 1, 1934, p. 219
  95. When Families Won't Behave
    The Survey, August 1, 1933, pp. 277-278
  96. When Hidden Resources Turn Up
    The Survey, December 1, 1933, pp. 406-407
  97. Where Is the Money Coming From?
    The Survey, October 15, 1931, pp. 71-73
  98. White-Collar Temperament
    The Survey, December 1, 1934, pp. 374-375
  99. Who Does What
    The Survey, January 1, 1943, pp. 7-8
  100. You Can't Eat Morale
    The Survey, March 1, 1936, pp. 76-77
  101. Youth and Yardsticks
    The Survey, October 1, 1936, pp. 291-293
  102. The 1940 White House Conference on Children in a Democracy
    The Survey, February 1, 1940, pp. 37-45
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