Negro Child Welfare in North Carolina. A Rosenwald Study.
This multifaceted study was to accomplish the following objectives: “To help the institutions now caring for delinquent, dependent, neglected and defective Negro children to understand their problem in relation to the whole field of Negro child welfare…To work out a State-wide program for the care of the feeble-minded Negro children in North Carolina.” (from vii of the introduction).
Description: Negro Child Welfare in North Carolina. A Rosenwald Study.
Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1933. 326pp. First edition. Publisher’s navy cloth, without dust jacket. Light rubbing and small impression marks to top of spine; very good. From the library of, Annie Kizer Bost, (North Carolina State Commissioner of Public Welfare from 1930-1944, her name in ink on the front free endpaper and dated July 27, 1933.)