Survey of Social Work in Three Rural Counties

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United States. Works Progress Administration , Van Dusseldorp, Wilma, 1901-1994 , McCord, Elizabeth, 1895-1978 , Pease, Sybil, 1891-1965 and Woofter, Thomas Jackson, 1893-1972. Survey of Social Work in Three Rural Counties. Washington, DC: Works Progress Administration, Division of Social Research, June 1936, https://fraser.stlouisfed.org/title/6717, accessed on May 22, 2024.

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This copy is missing portions describing surveys of Escambia County, Alabama and Wicomico County, Maryland; includes data for Redwood County, Minnesota only.

Works Progress Administration, Division of Social Research

Washington, DC

ExploreUK (University of Kentucky)

  • sudocs: Y 3.W 89/2:13
  • oclc: 880192923

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