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  1. [+]
    Issues of the 1920s = 7 Years, 161 Issues, 2,203 Articles
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      Issues of 1923 = 18 Issues, 221 Articles
      1. [+]
        Issues of Apr.-Jun. 1923 = 6 Issues, 84 Articles
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          April 1, 1923 Issue = 14 Articles
          1. Spring Planting by Martha Bensley Bruere, pp. 7-13
          2. Three Poems by MacKnight Black, Will Chamberlain, and John F. Smith, ..., p. 14
          3. Rolling Their Own by Aaron Sapiro, pp. 15-19
          4. Behind the Monster's Mask by Gerald W. Johnson, pp. 20-22
          5. The Most Ancient Cities in America by Mary Sheepshanks, pp. 23-29
          6. Fifty Years' War and No Truce by Frederic Almy, p. 30
          7. The Call of the Soil by Horatio Walker, p. 31
          8. The Plowman by Robert P. Tristram Coffin, pp. 32-33
          9. Justice Through Conciliation by Reginald Heber Smith, pp. 34-37
          10. The Behrens by Dorothy Canfield Fisher, pp. 38-39
          11. The Struggle for Prohibition by A Former Federal Prohibition Officer, pp. 40-43
          12. Neighbors, pp. 44-46
          13. Editorials, pp. 47-57
          14. Social Studies by Joseph K. Hart, pp. 58-66
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          April 15, 1923 Issue = 12 Articles
          1. Health, pp. 34-66
          2. The Common Welfare, pp. 67-74
          3. Do Americans Want Americanization? by Robert W. Bruere, pp. 75-76
          4. Bullieve Me! by Eleanor Rowland Wembridge, pp. 77-78
          5. Industry, pp. 79-88
          6. Education, pp. 89-92
          7. Communities, pp. 93-97
          8. Social Practice, pp. 98-104
          9. Book Reviews, pp. 105-108
          10. Communications, pp. 109-110
          11. Social Work Shoptalk, p. 111
          12. Social Studies by Joseph K. Hart, pp. 112-126
        3. [+]
          May 1, 1923 Issue = 13 Articles
          1. Sanitation and Sanity by Haven Emerson, M.D., pp. 129-132
          2. The Main Business of Industry by Robert W. Bruere, pp. 133-135
          3. Sermons in Stones, pp. 136-137
          4. Chips of Many Blocks by Ruth Crawford, pp. 138-139
          5. Suppose Everybody Cared by Geddes Smith, pp. 140-141
          6. After the Drive Is Over by James Rorty, p. 142
          7. You Never Can Tell by Bruno Lasker, pp. 143-145
          8. Philanthropic Foibles of Long Ago by Honore Daumier, pp. 146-149
          9. The Minimum Wage Decision by Francis Bowes Sayre, pp. 150-151
          10. Prophets by Martha Hart Bliss, p. 152
          11. The Genesis of a Social Worker by Alexander Johnson, pp. 153-156
          12. Editorials, pp. 157-165
          13. Social Studies by Joseph K. Hart, pp. 166-204
        4. [+]
          May 15, 1923 Issue = 14 Articles
          1. The Common Welfare, pp. 207-211
          2. Medieval Washington by Mina C. Van Winkle, p. 212
          3. Is Washington Finished? by Harlean James, pp. 213-214
          4. The Minimum Wage---What Next?, pp. 215-222
          5. Health, pp. 223-228
          6. Communities, pp. 229-233
          7. A Washington Guide for Social Walkers by Robert L. Dickinson, pp. 234-235
          8. Social Practice, pp. 236-240
          9. Industry, pp. 241-244
          10. Education, pp. 245-249
          11. Social Studies by Joseph K. Hart, pp. 250-251
          12. Social Work Shoptalk, pp. 252-253
          13. Communications, p. 254
          14. The Publicity Shop, pp. 255-266
        5. [+]
          June 1, 1923 Issue = 13 Articles
          1. The Coal Miner by B. Czedekowski, p. 266
          2. The Smoldering Problem of Anthracite by S.H. Raushenbush, pp. 267-268
          3. Winter Night by Marion Clinch Calkins, p. 269
          4. A Letter from the Ruhr by Jerome Lachenbruch, pp. 270-274
          5. France's Will-to-Live by Charles Cestre, pp. 275-278
          6. My People by Robert Henri, pp. 279-282
          7. Every Seven Years by Lee Weiss, pp. 283-284
          8. Memorial Day by William E. Brooks, p. 285
          9. Japhethie's Conviction of Sin by Neva R. Deardorff, p. 286
          10. Chicago: Hobo Capital of America by G.S., pp. 287-290
          11. Neighbors, pp. 291-294
          12. Editorials, pp. 295-305
          13. Social Studies by Joseph K. Hart, pp. 306-314
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          June 15, 1923 Issue = 18 Articles
          1. The Common Welfare, pp. 315-319
          2. A Confession of Helplessness by John A. Fitch, p. 320
          3. Free Air by William H. Matthews, pp. 321-322
          4. The Semi-Centennial of the Social Workers by Paul U. Kellogg, pp. 323-326
          5. Prevention Succeeds by Homer Folks, pp. 327-330
          6. Health by Haven Emerson, M.D., pp. 331-334
          7. Industry by John A. Fitch, pp. 335-337
          8. Law and Government by Bruno Lasker, pp. 338-339
          9. The Church by Graham Taylor, pp. 340-341
          10. Milestones of Fifty Years by Hendrik Willem Van Loon, pp. 342-343
          11. The Home by Karl de Schweinitz, pp. 344-345
          12. Education by Joseph K. Hart, pp. 346-347
          13. Public Opinion by Geddes Smith, pp. 348-350
          14. A Primer for the Public, p. 351
          15. Book Reviews, pp. 352-354
          16. Communications, p. 355
          17. Social Studies by Joseph K. Hart, p. 356
          18. Kindred Group Shoptalk, pp. 357-374
      2. [+]
        Issues of Jul.-Sep. 1923 = 6 Issues, 64 Articles
        1. [+]
          July 1, 1923 Issue = 13 Articles
          1. The Conquerors by Jonas Lie, p. 374
          2. What is an American? by Honore Willsie Morrow, p. 375
          3. Hands and Tools of the Wheat Harvest by Don D. Lescohier, pp. 376-382
          4. A Spiritual Biograph by Frank A. Waugh, pp. 383-385
          5. A Devastated Village by Frank Thone, p. 386
          6. Let Us Have Done With Words by Mary Siegrist, p. 387
          7. Backgrounds of the Youth Movement, p. 388
          8. Five Young Europeans Look Upon America, pp. 389-392
          9. America Out of Doors, pp. 393-397
          10. The Change I Found in Ireland by Arthur Greenwood, pp. 398-399
          11. The Long Look Ahead by Edward Eyre Hunt, pp. 400-401
          12. Neighbors, pp. 402-404
          13. Editorials, pp. 405-422
        2. [+]
          July 15, 1923 Issue = 11 Articles
          1. The Common Welfare, pp. 423-426
          2. The Self-Conscious Community by G.S., pp. 427-430
          3. Sea Wash by Lucille Lippiti, p. 431
          4. Industry, pp. 432-436
          5. Communities, pp. 437-440
          6. Health, pp. 441-444
          7. The Devil and the Quaker by Jessica Smith, p. 445
          8. Social Practice, pp. 446-449
          9. Education, pp. 450-453
          10. Book Reviews, pp. 454-459
          11. Communications, pp. 460-466
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          August 1, 1923 Issue = 9 Articles
          1. Indian Portraits by Roger Daniels, p. 466
          2. The American Congo by John Collier, pp. 467-476
          3. Next Winter's Coal by Robert W. Bruere, pp. 477-479
          4. Our Self-Amending Constitution by Rev. John A. Ryan, D.D., pp. 480-481
          5. Harvesters and Hoboes in the Wheat Fields by Don D. Lescohier, pp. 482-487
          6. Neighbors to Etna by Lilian Marchant Skinner, pp. 488-491
          7. Industrial Technique and Social Ethics by E.C. Lindeman, pp. 492-495
          8. Neighbors, pp. 496-498
          9. Editorials, pp. 499-514
        4. [+]
          August 15, 1923 Issue = 10 Articles
          1. The Common Welfare, pp. 515-519
          2. Our Unfinished Job in Europe by Bruno Lasker, pp. 520-525
          3. The Dance Is On! by Nancy L. Austin, p. 526
          4. Social Practice, pp. 527-530
          5. Health in Industry, pp. 531-540
          6. Education, pp. 541-543
          7. Communities, pp. 544-547
          8. Books, pp. 548-550
          9. Communications, p. 551
          10. Shoptalk, pp. 552-558
        5. [+]
          September 1, 1923 Issue = 9 Articles
          1. The School at the Crossroads by J.J. Lankes, p. 558
          2. The Humanizing of Knowledge by James Harvey Robinson, pp. 559-563
          3. Education's Desperately Human Problem by Edward A. Fitzpatrick, pp. 564-569
          4. Great Schools in Small Communities by Clarke F. Ansley, pp. 570-572
          5. A New School Every Week by Joseph K. Hart, pp. 573-576
          6. In the Strange, Brave World of Children by Norman H. Matson, pp. 577-582
          7. The Red Man's Experiment with Grade Schools by Sadye M. Hageman, pp. 583-584
          8. Editorials, pp. 585-586
          9. A 100% Patriotic Educator, pp. 587-606
        6. [+]
          September 15, 1923 Issue = 12 Articles
          1. The Common Welfare, pp. 607-609
          2. The Anthracite Paradox by Robert W. Bruere, pp. 610-612
          3. Gertrude and Gus by Eleanor Rowland Wembridge, pp. 613-616
          4. Health, pp. 617-620
          5. Communities, pp. 621-623
          6. Social Practice, pp. 624-626
          7. Industry, pp. 627-630
          8. Education, pp. 631-634
          9. Book Reviews, pp. 635-638
          10. Communications, p. 639
          11. Social Studies by Joseph K. Hart, pp. 640-641
          12. Social Work Shoptalk, pp. 642-650
      3. [+]
        Issues of Oct.-Dec. 1923 = 6 Issues, 73 Articles
        1. [+]
          October 1, 1923 Issue = 9 Articles
          1. The Homes of the Free, I by Rossa B. Cooley, pp. 5-12
          2. Under the Black Shirt by Francis Hackett, pp. 13-18
          3. Tulsa by Herbert Feis, pp. 19-24
          4. In Full Boom by McAlister Coleman, pp. 25-28
          5. Fish! Fish! by William Akers, pp. 29-32
          6. The Life Song of the People by Jerome Myers, pp. 33-39
          7. The Humanizing of Knowledge, II by James Harvey Robinson, pp. 40-43
          8. Editorials, pp. 44-55
          9. Social Studies by Joseph K. Hart, pp. 56-66
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          October 15, 1923 Issue = 14 Articles
          1. Backyard Battlefields by Edward M. Barrows, pp. 67-68
          2. The Prisoner: Public Servant by E. Stagg Whitin, pp. 69-71
          3. A Tip to Commissioners by Haven Emerson, p. 72
          4. A State Ward by Henrietta R. Palmer, p. 72
          5. The Common Welfare, pp. 73-78
          6. Health, pp. 79-85
          7. Industry, pp. 86-91
          8. Social Practice, pp. 92-98
          9. Communities, pp. 99-103
          10. Education, pp. 104-108
          11. Book Reviews, pp. 109-113
          12. Social Studies by J.K.H., pp. 114-115
          13. Communications, pp. 116-117
          14. Social Work Shoptalk, pp. 118-126
        3. [+]
          November 1, 1923 Issue = 9 Articles
          1. Coal by Edward T. Devine, pp. 129-137
          2. "Papier Geld" by Robert S. Lynd, pp. 138-141
          3. The Voice of the City by Joseph Stella, pp. 142-147
          4. The Homes of the Free, II by Rosta B. Cooley, pp. 148-155
          5. Irene and Nicholas by Eleanor Rowland Wembridge, pp. 156-159
          6. The Humanizing of Knowledge, III by James Harvey Robinson, pp. 160-163
          7. Editorials, pp. 164-171
          8. Social Studies by Joseph K. Hart, pp. 172-180
          9. Autumn Book Supplement, pp. 181-204
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          November 15, 1923 Issue = 14 Articles
          1. The Bill for Benevolence by William J. Norton, pp. 183-185
          2. The Nervous Child by Bernard Clueck, pp. 186-188
          3. What Is Maladjustment? by E.C. Lindeman, p. 189
          4. "Leaflets Free on Request" by Jane Perry Clark, p. 190
          5. The Common Welfare, pp. 191-196
          6. Social Practice, pp. 197-202
          7. Education, pp. 203-208
          8. Industry, pp. 209-213
          9. Communities, pp. 214-218
          10. Health, pp. 219-223
          11. Book Reviews, pp. 224-229
          12. Social Studies by J.K.H., pp. 230-231
          13. Communications, pp. 232-233
          14. Social Work Shoptalk, pp. 234-242
        5. [+]
          December 1, 1923 Issue = 11 Articles
          1. Gangway! by Paul U. Kellogg, pp. 245-247
          2. The Come-Back of Christy Mathewson by Helena Lorenz Williams, pp. 248-251
          3. Christmas in the Pueblos by Elizabeth Shepley Sergeant, pp. 252-256
          4. Education By Accident by Joseph K. Hart, pp. 257-259
          5. Nansen's Mandate for Humanity by Francis Hackett, pp. 260-264
          6. On the Use of Boards by Frederic Almy, p. 265
          7. The Man-in-Between by Hugh Archbald, pp. 266-268
          8. Shadows of the Christ by Melchior Grossek, pp. 269-274
          9. The Coming by Mary Brent Whiteside, p. 275
          10. Editorials, pp. 276-297
          11. Social Studies by Joseph K. Hart, pp. 298-306
        6. [+]
          December 15, 1923 Issue = 16 Articles
          1. Mental Attitude and Social Progress by Frankwood E. Williams, M.D., pp. 307-308
          2. "Undesirable Aliens" by H.S. Jennings, pp. 309-312
          3. The First Hundred Years by Cornelia S. Parker, pp. 313-314
          4. Cleveland's "New" Council by Raymond Moley, pp. 315-316
          5. Doctors by Devious Ways by Mary Ross, p. 317
          6. The Common Welfare, pp. 318-320
          7. Health, pp. 321-327
          8. Social Practice, pp. 328-332
          9. Communities, pp. 333-338
          10. Industry, pp. 339-342
          11. Education, pp. 343-348
          12. Survey Reading Lists by Joseph K. Hart, p. 349
          13. Book Reviews, pp. 350-354
          14. Communications, p. 355
          15. Social Studies by J.K.H., pp. 356-357
          16. Social Work Shoptalk, pp. 358-366
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      Issues of 1924 = 24 Issues, 332 Articles
      1. [+]
        Issues of 1925 = 24 Issues, 322 Articles
        1. [+]
          Issues of 1926 = 24 Issues, 331 Articles
          1. [+]
            Issues of 1927 = 23 Issues, 325 Articles
            1. [+]
              Issues of 1928 = 24 Issues, 316 Articles
              1. [+]
                Issues of 1929 = 24 Issues, 356 Articles
              2. [+]
                Issues of the 1930s = 9 Years, 144 Issues, 2,180 Articles
                1. [+]
                  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