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                    Issues of Jan.-Mar. 1929 = 6 Issues, 104 Articles
                    1. [+]
                      January 1, 1929 Issue = 15 Articles
                      1. Cover Design by Winold Reiss, p. 403
                      2. Frontispiece by J.H. Donahey, p. 404
                      3. When We Were Flaming Youth by Donald Richberg, pp. 405-408
                      4. Sculpture for a Modern Church by Robert Garrison, pp. 409-412
                      5. The Night Clubs of New York by George E. Worthington, pp. 413-417
                      6. Facing Divorce by Ira S. Wile, M.D. and Mary Day Winn, pp. 418-420
                      7. Foster Home by Beth Roberts, pp. 421-422
                      8. A Man, By the Name of Seth by John Palmer Gavit, pp. 423-424
                      9. Senators and Indians by John Collier, pp. 425-428
                      10. Winold Reiss Paints the Northern Indians, pp. 429-433
                      11. How I Found the Thing Worth Waiting For by Mary Austin, pp. 434-438
                      12. Friendly Visiting in an Armored Car by John Palmer gavit, pp. 439-440
                      13. Cutting Through Congestion, p. 441
                      14. Editorials, pp. 442-445
                      15. Letters & Life, pp. 446-462
                    2. [+]
                      January 15, 1929 Issue = 12 Articles
                      1. Frontispiece by James A. Porter, p. 468
                      2. The Boxed Compass of Our Race Relations, pp. 469-475
                      3. The Romance of Philanthropy by J. Blaine Gwin, p. 476
                      4. What Is the Angel, What Is the Fountain by Laura G. Woodberry, p. 477
                      5. The Common Welfare, pp. 478-480
                      6. Social Practice, pp. 481-486
                      7. Health, pp. 487-492
                      8. Communities, pp. 493-498
                      9. Education, pp. 499-504
                      10. Industry, pp. 505-510
                      11. Books in Our Alcove, pp. 511-515
                      12. The Social Work Shop, pp. 516-526
                    3. [+]
                      February 1, 1929 Issue = 38 Articles
                      1. Frontispiece by Hedwig von Schlieben, p. 534
                      2. Three Germans, pp. 535-537
                      3. Greetings from Chancellor Muller by Herman Muller, p. 538
                      4. Stresemann Speaks for the New Republic by Gustav Stresemann, p. 539
                      5. Brandenburger Gate Is Open! by Kathe Kollwitz, p. 540
                      6. Through the Brandenburger Tor by John Palmer Gavit, pp. 541-546
                      7. Political Posters, p. 547
                      8. Hazards of the Democracy by Willi Hellpach, pp. 548-550
                      9. The Spirit of the New Germany by Ernst Jackh, pp. 551-553
                      10. The German Officers' Dilemma by One of Them, p. 554
                      11. Youth Looks In---and Out by Helmuth James von Moltke, pp. 555-556
                      12. The German Woman's Place by Marie Elisabeth Luders, p. 557
                      13. Black Forest Types by Winold Reiss, pp. 558-559
                      14. The Economic Ifs by M.J. Bonn, pp. 560-561
                      15. The Fabric of Social Welfare by Ruth Weiland, pp. 562-565
                      16. Three Etchings by Hermann Katelhon, pp. 566-567
                      17. Outriders of German Industry by Paul U. Kellogg, pp. 568-572
                      18. Uncertain Future+Jolty Past= by Whiting Williams, pp. 573-574
                      19. A German Employer Takes Stock by Roderic Olzendam, p. 575
                      20. Friedrich Schmidt, Average German by Heyno von Munchhausen, pp. 576-577
                      21. The Art of Renee Sintenis, p. 578
                      22. "The Gold Mine of Germany" by John Palmer Gavit, pp. 579-583
                      23. Our New Ideals by C.H. Becker, p. 584
                      24. The Release of Education by Elisabeth Rotten, p. 585
                      25. In the Quakers' Footsteps by Hanns Gramm, pp. 586-588
                      26. Unseating "Kultur" by Edgar Ansel Mowrer, pp. 589-590
                      27. German Art of the Present Day by Alfred Kuhn, pp. 591-595
                      28. Writing Since the War by Julian Gumperz and Agnes Smedley, p. 596
                      29. Drama and Music by Lillian T. Mowrer, pp. 597-598
                      30. Post-War in German Architecture by Herbert von Oelsen, p. 599
                      31. The Shelter Famine by Werner Hegemann, pp. 600-603
                      32. From Geneva by William E. Rappard, p. 604
                      33. The New Germany by George P. Gooch, p. 605
                      34. From a Paris Point of View by Paul Scott Mowrer, p. 606
                      35. The Rebirth by Oswald Garrison Villard, pp. 607-608
                      36. Carl Schurz: 1829-1929, p. 609
                      37. Do You Know This Germany? by Leon Whipple, pp. 610-634
                      38. Traveler's Notebook, pp. 635-640
                    4. [+]
                      February 15, 1929 Issue = 14 Articles
                      1. Shall We Support the Newton Bill? by Hazel Corbin, pp. 645-646
                      2. Miss Sheppard-Towner, R.N. by Frances Sage Bradley, M.D., pp. 647-648
                      3. When Radburn Opens by Henry M. Propper, pp. 649-650
                      4. Death Hit's Back by Mary Ross, p. 651
                      5. Child Labor Ammunition by Dorothy Canfield Fisher, p. 652
                      6. The Common Welfare, pp. 653-655
                      7. Communities, pp. 656-660
                      8. Industry, pp. 661-665
                      9. Social Practice, pp. 666-671
                      10. Harmon-Survey Cartoon Awards, pp. 672-673
                      11. Education, pp. 674-679
                      12. Health, pp. 680-685
                      13. Books in Our Alcove, pp. 686-690
                      14. The Social Work Shop, pp. 691-702
                    5. [+]
                      March 1, 1929 Issue = 13 Articles
                      1. Frontispiece by William Spencer Bagdatopoulos, p. 708
                      2. Young India Throws Its Pebble by C.F. Andrews, pp. 709-711
                      3. The Overthrow of General Booth by Charles T. Hallinan, pp. 712-715
                      4. Romance Outside the Pale by Ira S. Wile, M.D. and Mary Day Winn, pp. 716-717
                      5. Suggested Improvements in Jane Doe and Her Boy Friend by Eleanor Rowland Wembridge, pp. 718-722
                      6. We Thought It Was Armageddon by Donald Richberg, pp. 723-725
                      7. Toy-Making Turned to Gay Propaganda, pp. 726-727
                      8. Putting Old Man River to Work by Walter B. Pitkin, pp. 728-731
                      9. Pacts, Cruisers and---Then What? by Paul U. Kellogg, pp. 732-734
                      10. Fresh Forces in Russian Art, pp. 735-737
                      11. The World of Forgotten Men by Rebecca N. Porter, pp. 738-740
                      12. Awakening in the East by John Palmer Gavit, pp. 741-742
                      13. Letters & Life, pp. 743-766
                    6. [+]
                      March 15, 1929 Issue = 12 Articles
                      1. Frontispiece by Leo J. Meissner, p. 772
                      2. My Job by Frances Perkins, pp. 773-774
                      3. Main Street Under a Microscope by Henry M. Busch, pp. 775-777
                      4. Publicity Awards, p. 778
                      5. The Common Welfare, pp. 779-782
                      6. Education, pp. 783-788
                      7. Social Practice, pp. 789-794
                      8. Communities, pp. 795-800
                      9. Industry, pp. 801-806
                      10. Health, pp. 807-812
                      11. Books in Our Alcove, pp. 813-817
                      12. The Social Work Shop, pp. 818-830
                  2. [+]
                    Issues of Apr.-Jun. 1929 = 6 Issues, 95 Articles
                    1. [+]
                      April 1, 1929 Issue = 33 Articles
                      1. Frontispiece by Davenport Griffen, p. 4
                      2. Our Stake in Steady Jobs, p. 5
                      3. From 1921 Forward by Edward Eyre Hunt, p. 6
                      4. The Senate Takes Stock by James Couzens, pp. 7-8
                      5. Unemployment, 1929 by William M. Leiserson, pp. 9-10
                      6. "Let Out" by Isador Lubin, pp. 11-13
                      7. Busy Machines---Idle Men by Beulah Amidon, pp. 14-15
                      8. Recent Employment Movements by Sumner H. Slichter, pp. 16-18
                      9. Workaday America by Allen Tucker, pp. 19-21
                      10. Shall We Count the Unemployed? by Mary Van Kleeck and Ada M. Matthews, p. 22
                      11. A Balance Wheel of Gold by W. Randolph Burgess, pp. 23-24
                      12. Prosperity Reserves by Otto T. Mallery, pp. 25-27
                      13. Economic Hygiene by Sam A. Lewisohn, p. 28
                      14. The Cyclical Curve by L.W. Wallace, pp. 29-30
                      15. Last Weber Wagon by Cyrus McCormick, Jr., pp. 31-33
                      16. Forecasting by Donaldson Brown, pp. 34-35
                      17. Winter Building by William Joshua Barney, pp. 36-38
                      18. Unemployment Within Employment by Morris Llewellyn Cooke, pp. 39-40
                      19. Dates by Ernest G. Draper, p. 41
                      20. Shoes by George F. Johnson, p. 42
                      21. Canning by W.P. Hapgood, pp. 43-44
                      22. Paper by Henry S. Dennison, p. 45
                      23. Soap by William Cooper Procter, p. 46
                      24. Floor Wax by H.F. Johnson, Jr., p. 47
                      25. Hats by Fletcher H. Montgomery, pp. 48-49
                      26. How Unemployment Strikes Home by Helen Hall and Irene Hickok Nelson, pp. 50-53
                      27. Trade Union Insurance by Theresa Wolfson, pp. 54-56
                      28. American Experiments by Bryce M. Stewart, pp. 57-59
                      29. Britain's Experience by Mary B. Gilson, pp. 60-62
                      30. Why Labor Leaves Home by Horace B. Davis, pp. 63-66
                      31. The Labor Market by Mollie Ray Carroll, pp. 67-68
                      32. Letters & Life by Leon Whipple and John A. Fitch, pp. 69-96
                      33. Cover Design by Oscar Bach
                    2. [+]
                      April 15, 1929 Issue = 12 Articles
                      1. Frontispiece by Leo J. Meissner, p. 100
                      2. Licensing Social Workers by Frank J. Bruno, p. 101
                      3. How California Went About It by Harriet Eliel, pp. 102-104
                      4. A President Designates His Memorial by Glenn C. Quiett, pp. 105-106
                      5. The Common Welfare, pp. 107-110
                      6. Health, pp. 111-116
                      7. Education, pp. 117-122
                      8. Social Practice, pp. 123-129
                      9. Communities, pp. 130-135
                      10. Industry, pp. 136-141
                      11. Books in Our Alcove, pp. 142-146
                      12. The Social Work Shop, pp. 147-158
                    3. [+]
                      May 1, 1929 Issue = 10 Articles
                      1. Frontispiece by Bertha Kraus, p. 170
                      2. The Leaven and the Loaf by Mary Ross, pp. 171-175
                      3. New Schools Abroad by Gertrude Hartman, pp. 176-179
                      4. Schools for Grown-Ups by Jefferson Mosley, pp. 180-181
                      5. Human Relations At Yale by Donald Slesinger, pp. 182-184
                      6. Tents of the Mighty by Donald Richberg, pp. 185-187
                      7. Three Etchings by Eileen Soper, pp. 188-189
                      8. Where Your Treasure Is by John Palmer Gavit, p. 190
                      9. Letters & Life, pp. 191-208
                      10. The Traveler's Notebook, pp. 209-222
                    4. [+]
                      May 15, 1929 Issue = 12 Articles
                      1. Where Doctors Racketeer by Mary Ross, pp. 227-228
                      2. The Quarter-Century Health Crusade by Edward T. Devine, pp. 229-230
                      3. Miners and Doles by S.K. Ratcliffe, pp. 231-232
                      4. Sex and Silliness, p. 233
                      5. The Common Welfare, pp. 234-236
                      6. Social Practice, pp. 237-240
                      7. Health, pp. 241-244
                      8. Education, pp. 245-248
                      9. Industry, pp. 249-252
                      10. Communities, pp. 253-256
                      11. Books in Our Alcove, pp. 257-259
                      12. The Social Work SHop, pp. 260-270
                    5. [+]
                      June 1, 1929 Issue = 15 Articles
                      1. Frontispiece by Martha Bensley Bruere, p. 278
                      2. Why Prosperity Keeps Up by Beulah Amidon, pp. 279-280
                      3. The Farmer---And His Plight by William Allen White, pp. 281-282
                      4. The Worker---And His Gains by Evans Clark, pp. 283-285
                      5. The Manager---And His Incipient Art by Ernest G. Draper, pp. 286-287
                      6. The Merchant---And His New Plural Forms by Robert W. Bruere, pp. 288-290
                      7. The Banker---And His Clientele by Merryle Stanley Rukeyser, pp. 291-292
                      8. The Consumer---And His Vagaries by Mary Ross, pp. 293-295
                      9. Americans All by Wesley C. Mitchell, pp. 296-300
                      10. Is the Modern Housewife a Lady of Leisure? by Hildegarde Kneeland, pp. 301-302
                      11. After Sixty-Five by Jane Addams, pp. 303-307
                      12. Our Town, pp. 308-309
                      13. The Lighting System Improves by John Palmer Gavit, p. 310
                      14. Letters and Life, p. 311
                      15. The Traveler's Notebook, pp. 312-336
                    6. [+]
                      June 15, 1929 Issue = 13 Articles
                      1. "Crazy About Families" by J. Prentice Murphy, pp. 339-341
                      2. Our Newest South by Florence Kelley, pp. 342-343
                      3. Sustaining an Act of Providence, p. 344
                      4. The San Francisco Program by Porter R. Lee, p. 345
                      5. The Common Welfare, pp. 346-348
                      6. Social Practice, pp. 349-352
                      7. Health, pp. 353-356
                      8. Education, pp. 357-360
                      9. Industry, pp. 361-364
                      10. Communities, pp. 365-368
                      11. Books in Our Alcove, pp. 369-371
                      12. The Social Work Shop, pp. 372-374
                      13. Communications, pp. 375-384
                  3. [+]
                    Issues of Jul.-Sep. 1929 = 6 Issues, 63 Articles
                    1. [+]
                      July 1, 1929 Issue = 13 Articles
                      1. Frontispiece by Frederick Weygold, p. 388
                      2. Caught in the Power Net by Tom Wallace, pp. 389-394
                      3. Batter Up by Wood Hagan, p. 395
                      4. Playland---How It Pays! by Frank W. Darling, pp. 396-398
                      5. Getting Away With Murder by Justin Miller, p. 399
                      6. Where Years Are an Asset by Georges La Chance, pp. 400-401
                      7. Scrapped At Forty by Lillian M. Gilbreth, pp. 402-404
                      8. The Spoils of Normalcy by Donald Richberg, pp. 405-407
                      9. Familiar and New Cuba by Robert Hallowell, pp. 408-409
                      10. "People's Houses" in Rome by Helen Ormsbee, p. 410
                      11. One Shall Chase a Thousand by John Palmer Gavit, pp. 411-412
                      12. letters and Life, pp. 413-419
                      13. The Traveler's Notebook, pp. 420-430
                    2. [+]
                      July 15, 1929 Issue = 9 Articles
                      1. 21 Million New Yorkers by Thomas Adams, pp. 435-437
                      2. The Girl Who Writes Your Letters by Ruth Shonle Cavan, p. 438
                      3. Our High Suicide Rate, p. 439
                      4. The Common Welfare, pp. 440-442
                      5. Social Practice, pp. 443-446
                      6. Health, pp. 447-450
                      7. Communities, pp. 451-453
                      8. Books in Our Alcove, pp. 454-456
                      9. The Social Work Shop, pp. 457-462
                    3. [+]
                      August 1, 1929 Issue = 13 Articles
                      1. Frontispiece by James Chapin, p. 468
                      2. The City Gains on the Country by Haven Emerson, M.D. and Earle B. Phelps, pp. 469-472
                      3. Girl Scouts by Lewis W. Hine, pp. 473-475
                      4. Public Works by Frances Sage Bradley, M.D., p. 476
                      5. Row's End by Charles Brown Nelson, pp. 477-478
                      6. The Judicial Barricades by Donald Richberg, pp. 479-482
                      7. Why Girls Leave Ireland by Signe Toksvig, pp. 483-486
                      8. The World's Smallest by Hugh Grant Rowell, M.D., pp. 487-489
                      9. A Celebrated Trial by Waldo L. Cook, pp. 490-491
                      10. The Scattered Skulls by P.H.J. Lerrigo, M.D., pp. 492-494
                      11. Great Currents Moving by John Palmer Gavit, p. 495
                      12. Letters and Life, pp. 496-499
                      13. The Traveler's Notebook, pp. 500-512
                    4. [+]
                      August 15, 1929 Issue = 8 Articles
                      1. Art a Human Need by Mary Kingsbury Simkhovitch, p. 522
                      2. Tom Mooney and the Governor, p. 523
                      3. The Common Welfare, p. 524
                      4. Social Work at the Golden Gate by Paul U. Kellogg and Mary Ross, p. 525
                      5. Industry, pp. 526-528
                      6. Education, pp. 529-532
                      7. Books in Our Alcove, pp. 533-535
                      8. The Social Work Shop, pp. 536-542
                    5. [+]
                      September 1, 1929 Issue = 11 Articles
                      1. Frontispiece by Luigi Kasimir, p. 548
                      2. College Blues by Karl A. Menninger, M.D., pp. 549-552
                      3. Records That Come Alive by Robert W. Bruere, pp. 553-556
                      4. Prisons at the Breaking Point by Winthrop D. Lane, pp. 557-558
                      5. Behind the New York Mutinies by George W. Alger, p. 559
                      6. Children in the New Turkey by Lucy L.W. Wilson, pp. 560-564
                      7. Burying the Big Stick by Donald Richberg, pp. 565-567
                      8. Zaida---Chronic Runaway by Beth Roberts, pp. 568-571
                      9. Of One's European Ancestry by John Palmer Gavit, pp. 572-573
                      10. Letters and Life, pp. 574-575
                      11. The Traveler's Notebook, pp. 576-592
                    6. [+]
                      September 15, 1929 Issue = 9 Articles
                      1. Strikers, Mills and Murder by Joseph Shaplen, pp. 595-596
                      2. Los Angeles' Versatile Chauffeur by John Steven, pp. 597-598
                      3. The Common Welfare, pp. 599-600
                      4. Education, pp. 601-603
                      5. Health, pp. 604-606
                      6. Social Practice, pp. 607-610
                      7. Communities, pp. 611-613
                      8. Books in Our Alcove, pp. 614-615
                      9. The Social Work Shop, pp. 616-622
                  4. [+]
                    Issues of Oct.-Dec. 1929 = 6 Issues, 94 Articles
                    1. [+]
                      October 1, 1929 Issue = 11 Articles
                      1. A Decade of Prohibition by Jane Addams, pp. 5-12
                      2. The Light of Edison's Lamp by Waldemar Kaempffert, pp. 13-16
                      3. The Dark Fringe of Light by Martha Bensley Bruere, pp. 17-20
                      4. That Blamed Old Fool by Mary E. McChristie, pp. 21-23
                      5. New Pilgrims in Israel by John Haynes Holmes, pp. 24-26
                      6. Contentment Under the Elms by Childe Hassam, pp. 27-29
                      7. Undertow by Eleanore Raymond, pp. 30-31
                      8. New Captains and Old Dreams by Donald Richberg, pp. 32-35
                      9. China Turns the Tables by Nathaniel Peffer, pp. 36-37
                      10. First Cousins, Instantly Removed by John Palmer Gavit, pp. 38-39
                      11. Letters and Life by Leon Whipple, pp. 40-64
                    2. [+]
                      October 15, 1929 Issue = 18 Articles
                      1. Frontispiece by Helen B. Phelps, p. 66
                      2. Editorial Paragraphs, pp. 67-70
                      3. Meet Mr. Probation Officer by Marjorie Bell, p. 71
                      4. The "Y" Tackles Unemployment by Margaret Hiller, pp. 72-74
                      5. Problem Children and Problem Parents by Carmelite Janvier, pp. 75-76
                      6. Pioneer Youth in Camp by Neva R. Deardorff, pp. 77-79
                      7. A Psychiatric Social Worker Looks at Literature by Fannie E. Teller, pp. 80-81
                      8. Buying Football Players by George Wilson, p. 82
                      9. Small Loans and Family Welfare by Mary Ross, pp. 83-84
                      10. A Nurse's Night Out by Marjorie Meyer, p. 85
                      11. Social Practice, pp. 86-87
                      12. Education, pp. 88-89
                      13. Communities, pp. 90-91
                      14. Industry, pp. 92-93
                      15. Health, pp. 94-95
                      16. The Social Workshop, pp. 96-102
                      17. Books, pp. 103-106
                      18. Communications, pp. 107-112
                    3. [+]
                      November 1, 1929 Issue = 11 Articles
                      1. Pittsburgh, Essen and Manchester by Paul U. Kellogg, pp. 119-125
                      2. When Ladies Scrap by Eleanor Rowland Wembridge, pp. 126-129
                      3. An Arab Voice by Elizabeth P. MacCallum, pp. 130-134
                      4. Immigrants Under the Quota by Jane Addams, pp. 135-140
                      5. The City Livable by Robert W. deForest, p. 141
                      6. Remaking New York To Order by R.L. Duffus, pp. 142-147
                      7. New York Blazes a National Trail by Thomas Adams, pp. 148-151
                      8. The League Strikes At Opium, p. 152
                      9. The Little Foxes by John Palmer Gavit, pp. 153-155
                      10. Letters and Life by Leon Whipple, pp. 156-181
                      11. Traveler's Note Book, pp. 182-192
                    4. [+]
                      November 15, 1929 Issue = 20 Articles
                      1. Frontispiece by Gerta Ries, p. 194
                      2. Editorial Paragraphs, pp. 195-198
                      3. Social Workers and Politics by William Hodson, pp. 199-200
                      4. Labor Looks At Itself by Louis Stark, pp. 201-202
                      5. A Toast to John Dewey by Jane Addams, pp. 203-204
                      6. Nursing By Leg Power by Dorothy Deming, p. 205
                      7. Chimneys by Raelene Newell White, p. 206
                      8. Shall America Feed China? by Ernest P. Bicknell, pp. 207-208
                      9. Yes by John Stewart Burgess, p. 209
                      10. Thirty Years of the Consumers' League by Florence Kelley, pp. 210-212
                      11. The Movies Children Like by Alice Miller Mitchell, pp. 213-215
                      12. Social Practice, pp. 216-217
                      13. Health, pp. 218-219
                      14. Communities, pp. 220-221
                      15. Industry, pp. 222-225
                      16. Education, pp. 226-227
                      17. Books, pp. 228-231
                      18. The Social Work Shop, pp. 232-240
                      19. Communications, pp. 241-242
                      20. Winged Sandals of a Modern Sort, pp. 243-256
                    5. [+]
                      December 1, 1929 Issue = 13 Articles
                      1. Sin or Symptoms? by Smiley Blanton, M.D. and Mary Howell Ross, pp. 265-267
                      2. The Mother Clutch by Mary Edna McChristie, pp. 268-271
                      3. The Small Man's Money by Hastings Lyon, pp. 272-274
                      4. Efforts to Humanize Justice by Jane Addams, pp. 275-278
                      5. Is the Housewife Worth Her Salt by Hildegarde Kneeland, pp. 279-281
                      6. The League Steps Out for Greece by Haven Emerson, M.D., pp. 282-286
                      7. They Sit Still for a Minute by Horace Talmage Day, pp. 287-289
                      8. Movetone Goes to Court by David A. Krosnick, pp. 290-291
                      9. Blowing on the Flame of Youth by Mary Ross, pp. 292-293
                      10. Canons vs. Cannons by Florence E. Allen, pp. 294-296
                      11. Who Killed Cock-Robin? by John Palmer Gavit, pp. 297-299
                      12. Letters & Life, pp. 300-303
                      13. The Traveler's Notebook, pp. 304-320
                    6. [+]
                      December 15, 1929 Issue = 21 Articles
                      1. Frontispiece by Gerta Ries, p. 322
                      2. Editorial Paragraphs, pp. 323-326
                      3. Charity As usual by Solomon Lowenstein, pp. 327-328
                      4. How To Keep the Wheels Turning by Otto T. Mallery, p. 329
                      5. A Going Plan for Steady Jobs by Ruth Brownlow, pp. 330-332
                      6. Looking Fore and Aft in Child Labor by Grace Abbott, p. 333
                      7. The Seamy Side of Efficiency by Felix Adler, pp. 333-334
                      8. "Gimme One, Me Sister's Got It" by Leigh Mitchell Hodges, pp. 335-336
                      9. Children Who Get Hurt by Grace Overmyer, p. 337
                      10. Comrade Mathews' Escape by Rose Brisken, pp. 338-339
                      11. The Teacher Steps Out by Elisabeth Irwin, p. 340
                      12. Adequate Salaries by The Earl of Camperdown, p. 341
                      13. Social Practice, pp. 342-343
                      14. Health, pp. 344-345
                      15. Communities, pp. 346-347
                      16. Industry, pp. 348-349
                      17. Education, pp. 350-351
                      18. The Social Workshop, pp. 352-355
                      19. Books, pp. 356-359
                      20. Communications, p. 360
                      21. Gossip, pp. 361-368
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                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
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                          Issues of 1934 = 12 Issues, 183 Articles
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                            Issues of 1936 = 12 Issues, 148 Articles
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                              Issues of 1937 = 12 Issues, 134 Articles
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                                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
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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