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A Monthly Journal devoted to Child Welfare
T. N. KELYNACK, M.D.
JOHN BALE, SONS & DANIELSSON, LTD.
JOHN BALE, SONS AND DANIELSSON, LTD.
GREAT TITCHFIELD STREET, LONDON, W.
TABLE OF CONTENTS.
Nursery Schools. Professor H. BOMPAS SMITH, M.A.
Breast Feeding and Infant Welfare. JAMES OLIVER, M.D., F.R.S. Edin.
Feeble-minded Children and Methods of Care and Instruction in the Train-
ing School at Vineland, New Jersey, U.S.A. E. R. JOHNSTONE
Child Training and Qualities Wrongly Termed Moral. FREDERICK J. GOULD
This Way and That Way: Records of the Problems and Progress of Child
Welfare among the Necessitous Children of London. SIR JOHN KIRK,
The Child in the Midst. The Rev. ALFRED E. GARVIE, M.A., D.D.
Educating the Adolescent: A Question of Methods. E. M. WHITE
The Open-air Life for Tuberculous Children: An Account of the Work of
the East Anglian Children's Sanatorium. JANE WALKER, M.D.
The Swedish System of Gymnastics, with a Short Sketch of the Work of
the Founder-Petter Henrik Ling. W. MORTLAKE MANN, M.I.H.
The Binet and Simon Tests and the Investigation of Mental Defects in
The Problem of Maternal and Child Welfare. SIR JOHN BYERS, M.A.,
The Importance of Ophthalmic Supervision in Nursery Schools. A. HUGH
The Evolution of a Boys' Training Ship. A. L. SCOTT
The Management of Ringworm in Children. JOHN PRIESTLEY
The Feeding of Children in War Time. HARRY CAMPBELL, M.D., F.R.C.P.
Second Childhood: A Study of the Hygiene of Old Age.
Eurhythmics and the Welfare of the Blind Child. Miss MARGUERITE
The Effects of Industry on Maternity and Child Welfare. Mrs. SARAH
Child Welfare in Ceylon. WALTER PEIRIS, M.R.C.S.Eng., L.R.C.P.Lond.
Civic Responsibilities with Regard to Child Welfare. HAROLD SCURFIELD,
Sex Education in Childhood and Youth. The Rev. H. NORTHCOTE, M.A.
The Child and the Cinema. Miss MARY HORNE
The Nutrition of the Child. G. W. N. JOSEPH, M.D., D.P.H.
Impressions of National Baby Week, 1918. ERIC PRITCHARD, M.D.