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Federal Subsidies to the States with Special Reference to Health, Richard Arthur
Organization of Public Health:
The Place, of Social Work in Public Health, Harry L. Hopkins
What Is the Public Practice of Medicine? William H. Peters, M.D.
The Community and Public Health:
Lessons from the Health Surveys of 186 Cities, W. F. Walker
The Effect of Negro Migration on Community Health in Cleveland, H. L. Rock-
The Health Council Idea, Bleecker Marquette
IV. THE FAMILY
What Has Social Work to Do with the Founding of New Families? Joanna C.
The Background of a Family's Religious Life as Social Data,
Mary Willcox Glenn
Lucille K. Corbett
Rose J. McHugh
The Development of Human Personality through Religious Experience, Rev. Abba
Hillel Silver, D.D.
The Present Status of Parenthood Training, John R. Brown
Suggested Further Developments in Education for Parenthood, Lawson G. Lowrey,
M.D. . . .
What Measures Do We Have for Growth in Personality? Walter W. Whitson
Measuring Our Results in Securing the Essentials of Family Life: Some Sugges-
tions Based on a Review of Mothers' Assistance in Pennsylvania, Mrs. Helen
V. INDUSTRIAL AND ECONOMIC PROBLEMS
The Living Wage and Family Allowance Systems, Paul H. Douglas.
Substitution of Negro Labor for European Immigrant Labor, Charles S. Johnson
Social Problems of Our Mexican Population, J. B. Gwin
Trade Unions and the Family Welfare Agency, Jacob Billikopf and Benjamin
The Individual or "Yellow Dog" Contract, Thomas J. Donnelly
Progress in Regularizing Employment, Percy S. Brown
What Zoning Is Doing to Improve Housing Conditions, Edward T. Hartman
The Social Significance of Recent Court Decisions on Zoning, Alfred Bettman .
A Program for the American City, Joseph K. Hart.
The Family as an Institution in Society, Rev. William J. Kerby.
The Relation of Community Work to Family Life, Mary E. McDowell.
Family Life of the Negro in the Small Town, E. Franklin Frazier
Facts and Factors with Regard to the Farmers' Standards of Living, E. L. Kirk-
A Maternity and Infancy Program for Rural and Semirural Communities, Elizabeth
VII. MENTAL HYGIENE
Treatment Processes as Developed by the Social Worker, Bertha C. Reynolds
Types of Clinical Service Available to Children's Agencies, Bruce B. Robinson
What Kind of Mental Hygiene Service Do Children's Agencies Need? Ethel Taylor
Program for Meeting Psychiatric Needs:
In the State-Aims and Problems of the Illinois Plan, Herman M. Adler, M.D. .
In the City-Aims and Problems of the Cleveland Plan, Lawson G. Lowrey, M.D.
The Social Case Worker's Attitudes and Problems as They Affect Her Work, Eliza-
beth H. Dexter
The Rôle of Personalities in the Treatment of Problem Children in an Institution,
VIII. ORGANIZATION OF SOCIAL FORCES
Tax and Contribution Support of Social Work: Facts as Revealed by the Study of
Volume and Cost of Social Work, Raymond F. Clapp . .
Governmental Responsibility in the Field of Social and Welfare Work, Leyton
The County Unit as a Basis of Social Work and Public Welfare in North Carolina,
Howard W. Odum.
West Palm Beach County, Florida: A Unit for Social Work, Elizabeth A. Cooley.
The Social Service Exchange: A Tool for County Cooperation, Douglas P. Falconer
The Organization of Social Work in New Orleans, Bradley Buell.
A Social Audit of Child Welfare Work as a Whole in New Orleans, with Special
Reference to Community Planning, C. C. Carstens .
A Charting of the Organization and Performance of Welfare Work in Cleveland, with
Special Reference to Recreation and Character Building, Rowland Haynes
Community Recreation: Its Significance, Objectives, Machinery, and Standards,
Eugene T. Lies
Uniform Districting in a Large City for Social and Civic Purposes, Blanche Renard
The Natural Area as the Unit for Social Work in the Large City, Ernest W. Burgess
Uniform Area Plan for Chicago City-Wide Social Agencies, Helen I. Clarke
IX. PUBLIC OFFICIALS AND ADMINISTRATION
Relations between the Church and the Public Authorities in the Supervision of
Private Organizations in New York, Rev. Robert F. Keegan.
Social Research in an Infirmary, Ransom H. Sartwell, M.D.
Admissions and Records in an Almshouse, Emily B. Randall .
The Future Development of the Almshouse, Ellen C. Potter, M.D.
The Transportation Agreement, Jeffrey R. Brackett
The Need for a Uniform Settlement Law, Arthur P. Hasking, M.D.
The Need for a Uniform Settlement Law, J. L. Gillin.
The Iowa Plan of Cooperation in County Welfare Work, Louise Cottrell
Human Relations in Public Charity, Mrs. E. W. Bemis
Proposed Measures for Improving the Care of the Aged in Massachusetts, Richard
X. THE IMMIGRANT
Federal Immigration Legislation and Its Administration, J. A. Fluckey
Emigration Conditions in European Ports of Embarkation, Marion Schisby
The Naturalization Law and Its Administration, Clara Babst Minick
Community Programs and Cooperation in Americanization, Mary O'Donnell
XI. PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS AND EDUCATION
Measuring the Demand for Social Workers, Ralph G. Hurlin.
Educating the Field Outside of Metropolitan Centers to Demand Trained Workers,
Garret P. Wyckoff.
Recruiting of Students by Schools and of Apprentices by Agencies, Mary Clarke
Some Ethical Elements in Leadership in Social Work, Charles C. Stillman
The Investigation of Engineering Education, H. P. Hammond
Ways in Which Standards of Professional Training Have Been Raised in Schools
of Education, Charles W. Hunt.
Ways in Which Professional Schools Are Elevating Educational Standards, Frederick
Where in Social Work Can the Concept of Democracy Be Applied? Kenneth L. M.
XII. EDUCATIONAL PUBLICITY
The Need of Educational Publicity in Social Work, Robert W. Kelso
Educational Publicity from the Angle of Governmental Supervision, Richard K.
The Proper Form of Organization for Federation Publicity, Elwood Street
House Organs for Year-Round Publicity, William Feather.
Importance of Educational Publicity from the Angle of the Federation, Donald
Value of the Platform Address and Worth of Opportunities Which Social Agencies
Have for Using It, Martin Bickham
Conducting a Year-Round Speaker's Bureau, Lewis J. Hillhouse
Interpreting Professional Standards of Social Work to the Public:
From the Standpoint of the Community Fund, Paul S. Bliss
From the Viewpoint of a National Agency, Clara Louise Rowe
A. GENERAL SESSIONS