Medicine: Pedoculture

A meeting of intelligent parents and informed advisers at Orange, N. J. last week indicated that there is no saturation point at which parents cease to ask questions about what to do for their children. That sort of questioning and professional advising has been going on since 1888, when the Child Study Association of America was founded. It has been going on with special intensity since 1921, when intense, Austrian-born Mrs. Sidonie Matsner Gruenberg became the Association's director. Within the past decade the Laura

Spelman Rockefeller Memorial Fund, the Elmhirst Fund and the Alice Morgenthau Ehrich Memorial Fund have provided some $38,000...

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