Excerpt from The Survey, Vol. 35: October, 1915-March, 1916; With Index
The material in this index is arranged under authors and subjects and in a few cases under titles. Anonymous articles and paragraphs are entered under their subjects. The precise wording of titles has not been retained where abbreviation or paraphrase has seemed more desirable.
A Abbott, Grace, 534. Aberdeen, Countess of. 573. Academic freedom (e. T. Devine), 561. See also Nearing, Scott. Accidents. Seamen, fatal, 640. Trespassing on railroad trac'ks, 640. See also Industrial accidents. Acolyte, The little (poem), 161. Actors' Fund of America, 593. Adam Memorial Hospital, 451. Adamson, Robert, 446. Addams, Jane, 61. Conference of neutrals, 495 Peace views, 505. Woman suffrage, 85. Women, war and suffrage, 148.
Administration, 397. Institute for efficiency in, 741. Adoption by advertisement, 285. Advocate of Peace, 265. Aery. Wm. Anthony. An educational statesman (r. C. Ogden), 112. Aked, Rev. Chas. F., portrait, 585. Alabama. Education in, 619. Legislative results, 62.
Alcohol. Chicago dry Sunday, Chicago's dry-wet issue, 197. Italy, 126. Minneapolis, 26. Moderate drinking, 467. Montclair. N. J., 157; (cartoon), 159. New Bedford campaign, 102. Silhouette arguments. 66, 67. Syphilis and (exhibit), 454. Thompson, Vance, on moderate drinking, 467.
Alcoholism, 555. Aldis, Mary. Petticoats (quotation), 86. Aldridge, Henry R., 215. Aliens. Arizona's law, 155. East Youngstown fire, 477. Graduate nurses and alien contract labor, 315, 334. Labor cartoon, 155. Public works and, 284.
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