War relief work.

; Lichtenberger, James P. (James Pendleton), 1870-1953, editor
Philadelphia, American Academy of Political and Social Science, 1918.

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Other Authors Lichtenberger, James P. 1870-1953,
Subjects Hospitals.
United States. Bureau of War Risk Insurance.
United States. Commission on Training Camp Activities.
United States. Council of National Defense.
War work.
World War, 1914-1918 -- Hospitals.
World War, 1914-1918 -- War work.
Series Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science ; v. 79.
Description 305 pages 25 cm.
Copyright Date 1918.
Notes Copy 1 of H1.A4 with : Mobilizing America's resources for the war / Carl Kelsey. Philadelphia : American Academy of Political and Social Science, 1918. Bound together subsequent to publication. DLC
Contents pt. I. Foreword by J.P. Lichtenberger. -- part II. War relief work in Europe and Canada: war relief work in Europe by E.T. Devine. Expanding demands for war relief in Europe by P.U. Kellogg. Belgium and the Red cross -- a partnership by E.P. Bicknell. Canada's war relief work by H. Ames. -- part III. The United States bureau of war risk insurance: The social significance of war risk insurance by T.B. Love. Purpose and scope of war risk insurance by S.M. Lindsay. Eight months of war risk insurance work by S.H. Wolfe. -- part IV. Civilian relief work of the National Red Cross: Training for the home service of the Red Cross by P. Lee. Scope and organization of the Department of civilian relief by Margaret F. Byington. Purpose and methods of a home service section by Mary W. Glenn. Information service of the Red cross by C. King. The aftercare of our disabled soldiers and sailors by C.E. Lakeman. -- part volume the Commission on training camp activities: the War and Navy departments commissions on training camp activities by R.B. Fosdick. Making the camps safe for the Army by G.J. Anderson. Work among delinquent women and girls by Henrietta S. Addison. The segregation of delinquent women and girls as a war problem by Martha P. Falconer. Women's education in social hygiene by Katharine B. Davis. The promotion of social hygiene in war time by W. Clarke. War camp community service by J. Lee. Working with men outside the camps by W.H. Zinsser. -- part VI. Religious organizations in war relief work: The war work of the Young men's Chistian associations of the United States by J.R. Mott. War work of Young women's Christian association by A. Estelle Paddock. Special Catholic activities in war service by J.J. Burke. American Jewish relief in the world war by A. Lucas. -- part VII. The council of national defense: Introductory by the editor. Department of home and foreign relief of the Woman's committee by Elisabeth Cary. Legal advice for selectives by L.H. Gulick,3d. Health activities of state councils of defense by a.w. Macmahon. Health and recreation by Mrs. P.N. Moore. Maintenance of existing social service agencies by Mrs. P.N. Moore. The children's year and the Women's committee by Jessica B. Peixotto. -- part VIII. The war relief of other social welfare organizations: War work in vocational education by C.A. Prosser. Housing for war workers engaged on army and navy contracts by J. Ford. The national league for woman's service by Mrs. C. Van Rensselaer. -- part IX. financing war relief: Supervising soliciation of funds for war relief by Dorothy Pope. The war chest plan by H.G. Lloyd. -- Book Department. -- Index.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)253583
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