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  1. [+]
    Issues of the 1920s = 7 Years, 161 Issues, 2,203 Articles
    1. [+]
      Issues of 1923 = 18 Issues, 221 Articles
      1. [+]
        Issues of 1924 = 24 Issues, 332 Articles
        1. [+]
          Issues of 1925 = 24 Issues, 322 Articles
          1. [+]
            Issues of Jan.-Mar. 1925 = 6 Issues, 96 Articles
            1. [+]
              January 1, 1925 Issue = 12 Articles
              1. Samuel Gompers' Last Convention by Frank Tannenbaum, pp. 351-378
              2. Child Labor---The New Alignment by William L. Chenery, pp. 379-382
              3. On the Rural Health Front by Lewis W. Hine, pp. 383-386
              4. Health to the Crossroads by Mary Ross, pp. 387-394
              5. A Playhouse of Wide Interest by Maida Castelhun Darnton, pp. 395-401
              6. The Great Migration by Ellen Chater, pp. 402-404
              7. Should Young People Study Themselves? by Donald Laird, pp. 405-407
              8. What Has She Done With It? by Martha Bensley Bruere, pp. 408-410
              9. Things Outside Their Work by Ethel Kawin, pp. 411-414
              10. Editorials, pp. 415-418
              11. Letters and Life by Leon Whipple, pp. 419-436
              12. Frontispiece by Hendrik Willem Van Loon
            2. [+]
              January 15, 1925 Issue = 13 Articles
              1. How the Immigration Law Works by E.T. Bremer, pp. 441-443
              2. The Community's General Staff by Haven Emerson, p. 444
              3. Boston Style by Joseph K. Hart, p. 445
              4. From a Flop-House Diary, p. 446
              5. The Common Welfare, pp. 447-450
              6. Communities, pp. 451-456
              7. Social Practice, pp. 457-463
              8. Industry, pp. 464-469
              9. Education, pp. 470-474
              10. Health, pp. 475-480
              11. Books in Our Alcove, pp. 481-486
              12. Communications, pp. 487-491
              13. Social Work Shoptalk, pp. 492-498
            3. [+]
              February 1, 1925 Issue = 16 Articles
              1. Aerial Warfare and Disarmament by Brigadier General The Right Honorable Lord Thomson, ..., pp. 503-506
              2. Capital and Labor by Mary Van Kleeck, pp. 507-510
              3. The Americanization of 1-A-10 by Adelaide Nichols, pp. 511-512
              4. Is This a Cure for Tuberculosis? by Haven Emerson, p. 513
              5. Our Town and the Leslies by Mary E. Warren, pp. 514-516
              6. After "San" a Job by Mary Ross, pp. 517-519
              7. What Has She Done With It by Martha Bensley Bruere, pp. 520-522
              8. Who Is Patrick Geddes? by Lewis Mumford, pp. 523-524
              9. The Outlook Tower by Patrick Geddes, pp. 525-529
              10. Night Lodgers by Henry Moore Picken, pp. 530-531
              11. A Week in West Virginia by McAlister Coleman, pp. 532-534
              12. The Fortuitous Present by Joseph K. Hart, pp. 535-538
              13. Gompers: The Sources of His Power by Robert W. Bruere, pp. 539-541
              14. Editorials, pp. 542-545
              15. Letters and Life by Leon Whipple, pp. 546-560
              16. Frontispiece by Herbert Pullinger
            4. [+]
              February 15, 1925 Issue = 12 Articles
              1. The Child Labor Panic by Felix Adler, pp. 565-566
              2. E Pluribus Unum Banking by Roy F. Bergengren, pp. 567-569
              3. From Fatalism to Facts by Esther G. Ogden, pp. 570-571
              4. The Common Welfare, pp. 572-574
              5. Health, pp. 575-580
              6. Social Practice, pp. 581-587
              7. Communities, pp. 588-592
              8. Education, pp. 593-597
              9. Industry, pp. 598-604
              10. Books in Our Alcove, pp. 605-611
              11. Communications, pp. 612-615
              12. Social Work Shoptalk, pp. 616-622
            5. [+]
              March 1, 1925 Issue = 31 Articles
              1. Harlem, pp. 629-630
              2. Enter the New Negro by Alain Locke, pp. 631-634
              3. The Making of Harlem by James W. Johnson, pp. 635-640
              4. Black Workers and the City by Charles S. Johnson, pp. 641-643
              5. The South Lingers On by Rudolph Fisher, pp. 644-647
              6. The Tropics in New York by W.A. Domingo, pp. 648-650
              7. Harlem Types by Winold Reiss, pp. 651-654
              8. The Black Man Brings His Gifts by W.E.B. DuBois, pp. 655-658
              9. Youth Speaks by A.L., p. 659
              10. Harlem Life by Countee Cullen, p. 660
              11. Lady, Lady by Anne Spencer, p. 661
              12. The Black Finger by Angelina Grimke, p. 661
              13. Poems by Claude McKay, p. 662
              14. Song of the Son by Jean Toomer, pp. 662-663
              15. Poems by Langston Hughes, p. 664
              16. Jazz At Home by J.A. Rogers, pp. 665-667
              17. Negro Art and America by Albert C. Barnes, pp. 668-669
              18. The Negro Digs Up His Past by Arthur A. Schomburg, pp. 670-672
              19. The Art of the Ancestors, p. 673
              20. Heritage by Countee Cullen, pp. 674-676
              21. The Dilemma of Social Pattern by Melville J. Herskovits, pp. 677-678
              22. The Rhythm of Harlem by Konrad Bercovici, p. 679
              23. Color Lines by Walter F. White, pp. 680-681
              24. Harvest of Race Prejudice by Kelly Miller, pp. 682-683
              25. Breaking Through by Eunice Roberta Hunton, p. 684
              26. Portraits of Negro Women by Winold Reiss, pp. 685-688
              27. The Double Task by Elise Johnson McDougald, pp. 689-691
              28. Ambushed in the City by Winthrop D. Lane, pp. 692-694
              29. The Church and the Negro Spirit by George E. Haynes, pp. 695-697
              30. Editorials, pp. 698-701
              31. Books, pp. 702-724
            6. [+]
              March 15, 1925 Issue = 12 Articles
              1. Parole by George W. Kirchwey, pp. 729-731
              2. Robert Archey Woods by John Graham Brooks, pp. 732-733
              3. Pioneers by Altha Leah Bass, p. 734
              4. The Common Welfare, pp. 735-740
              5. Industry, pp. 741-745
              6. Education, pp. 746-750
              7. Health, pp. 751-756
              8. Communities, pp. 757-762
              9. Social Practice, pp. 763-768
              10. Books in Our Alcove, pp. 769-775
              11. Communications, pp. 776-779
              12. Social Work Shoptalk, pp. 780-786
          2. [+]
            Issues of Apr.-Jun. 1925 = 6 Issues, 82 Articles
            1. [+]
              April 1, 1925 Issue = 12 Articles
              1. Rockefellers, Inc.---Internationalists by Arthur Ruhl, pp. 7-14
              2. Hampton, Tuskegee and Points North by Robert R. Moton, pp. 15-18
              3. Cementing the Broken Year by Robert W. Bruere, pp. 19-22
              4. "To Mercy, Pity, Peace and Love---" by Anto Carte, pp. 23-28
              5. If This Be Heresy--- by Harry Emerson Fosdick, p. 29
              6. Bridge Building by Mabel Brown Ellis, pp. 30-31
              7. Social Work Enters the School by Howard W. Nudd, pp. 32-34
              8. Everychild in Philadelphia by Jacob Billikopf, pp. 35-39
              9. Cities, and the Soils They Grow From by Patrick Geddes, pp. 40-44
              10. What Has She Done With It? by Martha Bensley Bruere, pp. 45-47
              11. Letters and Life, pp. 48-49
              12. Editorials, pp. 50-64
            2. [+]
              April 15, 1925 Issue = 12 Articles
              1. Des Moines Hears the Gospel by McAlister Coleman, pp. 69-70
              2. Going Pro and Con by Joseph K. Hart, pp. 71-72
              3. Its Up to the Doctors Now by M.R., p. 73
              4. The Common Welfare, pp. 74-78
              5. Social Practice, pp. 79-84
              6. Health, pp. 85-89
              7. Education, pp. 90-94
              8. Communities, pp. 95-99
              9. Industry, pp. 100-103
              10. Books in Our Alcove, pp. 104-115
              11. Communications, pp. 116-117
              12. Social Work Shoptalk, pp. 118-126
            3. [+]
              May 1, 1925 Issue = 20 Articles
              1. Frontispiece by Ezra Winter, p. 128
              2. The Regional Community, p. 129
              3. The Fourth Migration by Lewis Mumford, pp. 130-133
              4. Dinosaur Cities by Clarence S. Stein, pp. 134-138
              5. New York Today---and Tomorrow?, p. 139
              6. Boost the Big City! by Art Young, p. 140
              7. Our Stake in Congestion by F.L. Ackerman, pp. 141-142
              8. Coals to Newcastle by Stuart Chase, pp. 143-146
              9. Elements of the Region by Ralph M. Pearson, pp. 147-150
              10. Regions---To Live In by Lewis Mumford, pp. 151-152
              11. The New Exploration by Benton MacKaye, pp. 153-157
              12. Seeing a State Whole by Alfred E. Smith, pp. 158-160
              13. Giant Power---Region Builder by Robert W. Bruere, pp. 161-164
              14. The Road to Good Houses by Henry Wright, pp. 165-168
              15. Garden Cities by C.B. Purdom, pp. 169-171
              16. Can We Have Garden Cities in America? by Alexander M. Bing, pp. 172-173
              17. Two-Generation Communities by J.K. Hart, pp. 174-176
              18. Editorials, pp. 177-179
              19. Letters and Life, pp. 180-203
              20. Social Studies (With Analytical Index), p. 204
            4. [+]
              May 15, 1925 Issue = 13 Articles
              1. Boston on the Brink by Robert W. Kelso, pp. 209-212
              2. "By the Artificial Law of Reason" by J.M. Landis, p. 213
              3. Are You There? by W.H. Matthews, pp. 214-215
              4. Bigger and Better Cities by G.S., p. 216
              5. The Common Welfare, pp. 217-221
              6. Health, pp. 222-227
              7. Social Practice, pp. 228-232
              8. Communities, pp. 233-238
              9. Education, pp. 239-243
              10. Industry, pp. 244-248
              11. Books in Our Alcove, pp. 249-255
              12. Communications, pp. 256-257
              13. Social Work Shoptalk, pp. 258-266
            5. [+]
              June 1, 1925 Issue = 14 Articles
              1. Frontispiece by Hendrik Willem Van Loon, p. 270
              2. My Fight with the Ku Klux Klan by Ben B. Lindsey, pp. 271-274
              3. Hull House---A Souvenir by Francis Hackett, pp. 275-280
              4. Untwisting the Wind's Tail by William B. Taylor#2, pp. 281-282
              5. Our Orphaned Asylums by R.R. Reeder, pp. 283-287
              6. The Valley Plan of Civilization by Patrick Geddes, pp. 288-290
              7. What of the Bracero? by Charles A. Thomson, pp. 291-292
              8. When Children Sit In Judgment by Miriam Van Waters, pp. 293-295
              9. California by James Rorty, pp. 296-299
              10. The Negro Sees Himself by Zona Gale, pp. 300-301
              11. The Henry Street Visiting Nurse, p. 302
              12. Can Hospitals Be Humane? by Winfred Rhoades, pp. 303-304
              13. Editorials, pp. 305-306
              14. Letters and Life, pp. 307-328
            6. [+]
              June 15, 1925 Issue = 11 Articles
              1. What Price Safety? by Alice Hamilton, M.D., pp. 333-334
              2. Dynamic for Dreams by Ross W. Sanderson, pp. 335-336
              3. The Common Welfare, pp. 337-338
              4. Social Practice, pp. 339-343
              5. Communities, pp. 344-347
              6. Education, pp. 348-352
              7. Health, pp. 353-356
              8. Industry, pp. 357-360
              9. Books in Our Alcove, pp. 361-365
              10. Communications, pp. 366-369
              11. Shoptalk, pp. 370-374
          3. [+]
            Issues of Jul.-Sep. 1925 = 6 Issues, 69 Articles
            1. [+]
              July 1, 1925 Issue = 12 Articles
              1. Frontispiece by J.J. Lankes, p. 378
              2. The Supreme Court on Educational Freedom by Robert W. Bruere, pp. 379-381
              3. The New England Village by J.J. Lankes, pp. 382-384
              4. A Yankee Renascence by Edward T. Hartman, pp. 385-388
              5. Town Meeting by Frank A. Waugh, p. 389
              6. Pie and E Pluribus by James Phinney Munroe, p. 390
              7. The Lexington of 1925 by W.R. Greeley, pp. 391-392
              8. Petting and the Campus by Eleanor Rowland Wembridge, pp. 393-395
              9. The Valley in the Town by Patrick Geddes, pp. 396-400
              10. The World Takes Notice of the Child by John Palmer Gavit, p. 401
              11. Editorials, pp. 402-405
              12. Letters and Life, pp. 406-420
            2. [+]
              July 15, 1925 Issue = 10 Articles
              1. The Social Workes in Denver by Paul U. Kellogg, pp. 425-430
              2. Social Work in a Competitive World by W.J. Norton, p. 431
              3. The Common Welfare, pp. 431-434
              4. Health, pp. 435-438
              5. Social Practice, pp. 439-443
              6. Communities, pp. 444-447
              7. Industry, pp. 448-452
              8. Books in Our Alcove, pp. 453-461
              9. Social Work Shoptalk, p. 462
              10. Communications, pp. 463-466
            3. [+]
              August 1, 1925 Issue = 11 Articles
              1. Frontispiece by Harry Wickey, p. 468
              2. Santa Barbara Resurgent by Pearl Chase, pp. 469-472
              3. The Great Obsession by Robert W. Bruere, pp. 473-476
              4. If War Were a Crime by Florence E. Allen, pp. 477-478
              5. After Hours by Harry Wickey, pp. 479-482
              6. Ketchin' Babies by Samuel McCoy, pp. 483-486
              7. Our City of Thought by Patrick Geddes, pp. 487-490
              8. Shall We Have Ballads Again? by Sarah N. Cleghorn, pp. 491-492
              9. The Automobile in the Middle Ages by Joseph K. Hart, pp. 493-497
              10. Editorials, pp. 498-499
              11. Letters and Life, pp. 500-512
            4. [+]
              August 15, 1925 Issue = 10 Articles
              1. Americanizing Husbands by Cecilia Razovsky, pp. 515-516
              2. The Camera Man by Trigant Burrow, p. 517
              3. The Common Welfare, pp. 518-519
              4. Industry, pp. 520-522
              5. Health, pp. 523-525
              6. Communities, pp. 526-528
              7. Social Practice, pp. 529-531
              8. Books in Our Alcove, pp. 532-534
              9. Communications, p. 535
              10. Social Work Shoptalk, pp. 536-542
            5. [+]
              September 1, 1925 Issue = 13 Articles
              1. Frontispiece by Hendrik Willem Van Loon, p. 546
              2. East of the East, West of the West by Chester H. Rowell, pp. 547-550
              3. The Capital of Psychology by Cornelia Stratton Parker, pp. 551-554
              4. A School Somewhere by Joseph K. Hart, pp. 555-556
              5. Why Schooling Costs So Much by Frederick Burk, pp. 557-560
              6. Here Are Children by Rudolph Schwartz, pp. 561-563
              7. The Blind Alley by Adelaide Nichols, pp. 564-566
              8. Negro Educatoin Bids for Par by Alain Locke, pp. 567-570
              9. The Education of Two Boys by Patrick Geddes, pp. 571-575
              10. "Against the Desert Bare and Dead" by Harry H. Moore, pp. 576-578
              11. The Community Case Record by Walter W. Pettit, p. 579
              12. Editorials, pp. 580-582
              13. Letters and Life, pp. 583-604
            6. [+]
              September 15, 1925 Issue = 13 Articles
              1. The Most Amazing Strike by Robert W. Bruere, pp. 607-608
              2. Reading List: The Question of Coal, p. 609
              3. What Has Britain Bought? by Joseph K. Hart, pp. 610-612
              4. Kansas: Proud But Puzzled by Stuart A. Queen, pp. 613-614
              5. The Common Welfare, pp. 615-616
              6. Health, pp. 617-620
              7. Social Practice, pp. 621-625
              8. Education, pp. 626-628
              9. Communities, pp. 629-634
              10. Industry, p. 635
              11. Books in Our Alcove, pp. 636-641
              12. Social Work Shoptalk, pp. 642-643
              13. Communications, pp. 644-650
          4. [+]
            Issues of Oct.-Dec. 1925 = 6 Issues, 75 Articles
            1. [+]
              October 1, 1925 Issue = 11 Articles
              1. Christians at the Crossroads by John Stewart Burgess, pp. 7-10
              2. The Yellow Book of Industrial Revolution by Vera Kelsey, pp. 11-15
              3. The Mind of the Anthracite Miners by Robert W. Bruere, pp. 16-19
              4. Portraits of Plain People by George B. Luks, pp. 20-24
              5. Will Denmark Disarm? by Joseph K. Hart, pp. 25-29
              6. Before Six by Mary Ross, pp. 30-33
              7. What the Churches Find As To Prohibition, p. 34
              8. What's To Be Done About It? by F. Ernest Johnson, pp. 35-36
              9. The New House by Eleanor Rowland Wembridge, pp. 37-40
              10. Letters & Life, pp. 41-44
              11. Editorials, pp. 45-64
            2. [+]
              October 15, 1925 Issue = 11 Articles
              1. Anyway, "Opium" Won by John Palmer Gvit, pp. 67-70
              2. The Jews Bend to a Great Task by Jacob Billikopf, pp. 71-72
              3. The Common Welfare, pp. 73-76
              4. Industry, pp. 77-79
              5. Education, pp. 80-82
              6. Communities, pp. 83-86
              7. Social Practice, pp. 87-90
              8. Health, pp. 91-94
              9. Books in Our Alcove, pp. 95-99
              10. Social Work Shoptalk, pp. 100-101
              11. Communications, pp. 102-110
            3. [+]
              November 1, 1925 Issue = 18 Articles
              1. The Robust City by Haven Emerson, M.D., pp. 121-124
              2. Health Work Pays by Louis I. Dublin, pp. 125-126
              3. The Fever Chart of Progress by Sir Arthur Newsholme, pp. 127-128
              4. Guardians of Health by Lewis W. Hine, pp. 129-133
              5. In and Out of the Health Workshops by Mary Ross, pp. 134-136
              6. Public, Private---and Both by Homer Folks, pp. 137-138
              7. The TPR of Public Health, p. 139
              8. What Should a City Do? by Ira V. Hiscock, C.P.H., pp. 140-143
              9. The Small City by Philip S. Platt, C.P.H., pp. 144-146
              10. What You Can Do by George T. Palmer, Dr. P.H., p. 147
              11. Where Does Your City Stand? by George T. Palmer, pp. 148-150
              12. The Nurse by Katharine Tucker, pp. 151-152
              13. The Schoolroom by C.E. Turner, p. 153
              14. Fighting Health Officers I Have Met by W.A. Evans, pp. 154-158
              15. Cancer of Ignorance by Chester H. Rowell, pp. 159-161
              16. Letters and Life, pp. 162-165
              17. City Health Administration by C.-E. A. Winslow, p. 166
              18. Editorials, pp. 167-188
            4. [+]
              November 15, 1925 Issue = 12 Articles
              1. Georgia Speaks Up by Burr Blackburn, pp. 193-194
              2. Julia by Neva R. Deardorff, p. 195
              3. The Common Welfare, pp. 196-200
              4. Social Practice, pp. 201-205
              5. Communities, pp. 206-210
              6. Health, pp. 211-214
              7. Education, pp. 215-217
              8. Industry, pp. 218-219
              9. Social Work Shoptalk, pp. 220-221
              10. Communications, pp. 222-228
              11. Annual Statement, pp. 229-238
              12. Books in Our Alcove, pp. 239-268
            5. [+]
              December 1, 1925 Issue = 11 Articles
              1. A Plea for a Clinical Year in the Course of Theological Study by Richard C. Cabot, M.D., pp. 275-278
              2. Damascus Claims the Attention of Christendom by Edward Mead Earle and Elizabeth MacCallum, pp. 279-281
              3. I.Q. 75 by Eleanor Rowland Wembridge, pp. 282-284
              4. "Untouchable" by Gandhi, p. 285
              5. New Water in Old Skins by H.A. Popley, pp. 286-288
              6. Eyes of the Needles by Robert W. Bruere, pp. 289-290
              7. Smoke of Peace Pipes by Cornelia Stratton Parker, pp. 291-293
              8. Using Prints by Ralph M. Pearson, pp. 294-300
              9. The Indivisible Utility by Mary Austin, pp. 301-306
              10. Editorials, pp. 307-309
              11. Letters and Life, pp. 310-332
            6. [+]
              December 15, 1925 Issue = 12 Articles
              1. Problem: Find Four Walls by Geddes Smith, pp. 337-339
              2. Eighty-three Enforce It, pp. 340-341
              3. Without Benefit of the Office by Adelaide Nichols, pp. 342-343
              4. The Common Welfare, pp. 344-349
              5. Health, pp. 350-354
              6. Communities, pp. 355-360
              7. Social Practice, pp. 361-364
              8. Industry, pp. 365-369
              9. Education, pp. 370-374
              10. Books in Our Alcove, pp. 375-385
              11. Communications, pp. 386-389
              12. Shoptalk, pp. 390-396
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          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
                              1. [+]
                                Issues of 1938 = 12 Issues, 134 Articles
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                                  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
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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