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Formerly National Conference of Charities and Correction
FIFTY-THIRD ANNUAL SESSION
MAY 26-JUNE 2, 1926
277 EAST LONG STREET, COLUMBUS, OHIO
PUBLISHED FOR THE NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF SOCIAL WORK
THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO PRESS
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Y Some Significant Trends since Cleveland, 1912 (Presidential Address), Gertrude Vaile
A Wider Fellowship, Richard C. Cabot, M.D.
Wanted: A Philosophy for Social Workers, Rev. Samuel McChord Crothers, D.D.
Present Social Aspects of the Coal Industry, Edward T. Devine .
A Minority Report on the Bituminous Coal Problem, Warren S. Blauvelt
Observance of Memorial Day (Introductory Address), Rev. Abba Hillel Silver, D.D.
The Spiritual Element in Social Work, Rev. John A. Ryan, D.D.
Memorial Day Address, Rt. Rev. Francis J. McConnell
Law and Social Progress, Hon. M. B. Rosenberry
The Administration of Criminal Justice, Hon. Edward Lindsey
How Much Social Work Can a Community Afford?
From a Social and Economic Point of View, Lawson Purdy
From the Ethical Point of View, Jane Addams
International Aspects of Social Work, Dame Rachel E. Crowdy
International Social Action in Industry, Leifur Magnusson
Participation in International Child Welfare Work, Julia C. Lathrop
The Juvenile Court as a Case Working Agency: Its Limitations and Its Possibilities,
How Much Child Dependency Is There in the United States? Henry W. Thurston 148
The American Legion's Program for Child Welfare, John W. Gorby.
Changes in the Institution Field in Cleveland in the Last Decade, Rev. C. H. LeBlond 155
Making the Community Safe for the Child, Jessie F. Binford .
Making the Child Safe for the Community, Douglas P. Falconer
The Hospital as a Health Center, Charles P. Emerson, M.D.
Public Health and the Federal Government:
An Ideal Arrangement for Federal Health Activities, Lee K. Frankel and James A.