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Illegitimacy as a Child-Welfare Problem : Part 1: A Brief Treatment of the Prevalence and Significance of Birth Out of Wedlock, the Child's Status, and the State's Responsibility for Care and Protection, Bibliographical Material, Dependent, Defective, and Delinquent Classes Series No. 9, Bureau Publication No. 66

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United States. Children's Bureau. "Illegitimacy as a Child-Welfare Problem : Part 1: A Brief Treatment of the Prevalence and Significance of Birth Out of Wedlock, the Child's Status, and the State's Responsibility for Care and Protection, Bibliographical Material, Dependent, Defective, and Delinquent Classes Series No. 9, Bureau Publication No. 66," Illegitimacy as a Child-Welfare Problem (1920). https://fraser.stlouisfed.org/title/8354/item/656558, accessed on July 19, 2024.

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At head of title: U.S. Department of Labor, Children's Bureau, Julia C. Lathrop, chief

"Bibliographical material on illegitimacy as a child-welfare problem." p. 57-95

Government Printing Office

Washington, D.C

  • sudocs: L.5.20:66 pt.1
  • oclc: 778904700

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