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Title: Harper’s New Monthly Magazine Volume 139 June to November 1919
Year: 1919 (1910s)
Authors: various
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Publisher: New York: Harper & Brothers Publishers
Contributing Library: Brigham Young University-Idaho, David O. McKay Library
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on of hoar froststops. If you remember that all of us whohave spent more than a year living onthe country are quite of the Eskimoopinion that no food on earth is betterthan caribou meat, and if you have anyexperience in the life of a hunter any-where, you will realize that in theevenings when we sit in these warmhouses, feasting with keen appetites onunlimited quantities of boiled ribs, wehave all the creature comforts. What welack, if we feel any lack at all, will bepossibly the presence of friends far away,or the chance to hear opera or see themovies. At any rate, it is true that to-day in the movie-infested city I long formore snow-house evenings after caribou-hunts as I never in the north longed forclubs or concerts or orange-groves. Andthis is not peculiar to me. The men whohave hunted with me are nearly all ofthe same mind—they are either in thenorth now, on the way back there bywhaling-ship, or eating their hearts outbecause they cannot go. The Deeper Vision BY LAWRENCE PERRY

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ELEN NORDYKEherself drew the smalltable containing cigars,cigarettes, and a curi-ous, gold-mounted de-canter of cognac to thechair in which IsraelBlanchard seated himself with an antici-patory sigh. My dear lady, he said, you arevery good to an old man—ah, Planet,eh! He turned to the decanter withglistening eyes. Prohibition in Wash-ington, then, is an adjustable fact? Some of us, she smiled, find ourcellars susceptible to a waning adjust-ment. In this case the weather justifiesourselves to our consciences. Sheturned to the window, against which therain of a gusty March evening was beat-ing with venomous lash; through thewatery darkness came the diffused glowof the lamps of Dupont Circle. What anight to venture forth in behalf of alonely woman! The man gestured and spoke gallantly.Youmust consider the attraction—eh? Lighting a cigar, Blanchard settleddown in his chair, slowly turning theglass of brandy so that the amber rayslay along the back of his hand, andhummed tunelessly. But

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Image from page 270 of “The Survey April-September 1920” (1920)
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Title: The Survey April-September 1920
Year: 1920 (1920s)
Authors: Survey Associates Charity Organization Society of the City of New York
Subjects: Charities Social problems
Publisher: [East Stroudsburg, Pa., Survey Associates]
Contributing Library: Robarts – University of Toronto
Digitizing Sponsor: Algoma University, Trent University, Lakehead University, Laurentian University, Nipissing University, Ryerson University and University of Toronto Libraries

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ington. Public Health Association, American. SanFrancisco, September 13-17. A. W. Hed-rick, 169 Massachusetts ave., Boston. Woman Suffrage Alliance, International.Geneva, Switzerland, June 6-18. Eliza-beth Abbott, 11 Adam st, Adelphi, Lon-don, W. C. 2. THE SURVEYPAUL U. KELLOGG, EditorAssociate EditorsEdwaed T. DevinbWinthrop D. LanePublished weekly and Copyright 1920 bySurvey Associates, Inc., lit East 19 Street, NewYork. Robert W. de Forest, president; ArthurP. Kellogg, secretary-treasurer.Price, this issue: 10 cents a copy; $!, a year;foreign postage, .25; Canadian, 65 cents-Changes of address should be mailed us tendays in advance. When payment is by checka receipt will be sent only upon request.Entered as second-class matter, March 25,ii)ui), at the post office, New York, N. Y., underthe Act of March S, W9. Acceptance for mail-ing at a special rate of postage provided for in/section 1103, Act of October S, 19V, authorizedon June 26, 1918. Brono LaskbrWilliam L. Chenerv I 26 i

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Vol. XLIV NEW YORK, SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1920 No. 8 CONTENTS PARAGRAPHS OF THE COMMON WELFARE Storks, Dogs and Movies ——- 265 Where Are the Steel Strike Facts? —– 265 The Jewish Homeland ——– 266 Training Federation Leaders – 266 The A. F. of L. in Pennsylvania —— 267 Wages for Law-Breakers ——- 267 The Socialist Platform ——– 268 Hospitals and the Tuberculous – – – – – – 268 Cementing the Needle Trades —— 268 Amnesty before Congress ——- 269 The British Dock Labor Report —— 269 The Railroad Wage Hearings —— 270 An International High School —— 270 CONTRIBUTED ARTICLES Old Age Insurance for Federal Employes John B. Andrews 271 The French Strike Lewis S. Gannett 271 Homes —— Josephine Foe January 272 The Vanguard of Labor – – – William L. Chenery 273 Removing Social Barriers by Zoning – Charles H. Cheney 275 The Issue Restated Bruno Lasker 278 Rainbow—a Poem —— Jess Perlman 272 THE SOCIAL WORKSHOP Family Welfare: Social Organization Cathol

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