• The history of legislative provision for defectives in Missouri 

    Hays, Ecel M. (University of Missouri--Columbia, 1908)
    The Insane: The class of defectives first provided for by legislation in Missouri was the insane or "persons of unsound mind", as they were called. This priority of legislative provision is probably accounted for by the ...
  • The Negro migrant in St. Louis 

    Stith, Priscilla Alden (University of Missouri--Columbia, 1918)
    Text from page 2: "The purpose of this investigation is to ascertain the conditions of negro migrants in this city, and to learn what additional opportunities they need. Migration to the city will not be seriously diminished ...
  • Poverty and relief among Negroes of St. Louis, Missouri as indicated by the work of the philanthropic agencies of the city 

    Chivvis, Ruth (University of Missouri--Columbia, 1918)
    Text from page 2: "This monograph is an attempt to present the poverty situation as found among negroes of St. Louis by the philanthropic agencies of the city; to give an idea of the work done by these agencies to relieve ...
  • Prison system of Missouri 

    Reuter, Edward Byron, 1880-1946 (University of Missouri--Columbia, 1911)
    Missouri has no prison system in any strict use of the term. The state has a number of relatively unrelated institutions dealing with certain phases of the problem of crime. These institutions the present paper undertakes ...
  • Recent Jewish immigration to the United States 

    Hersch, Sophie (University of Missouri--Columbia, 1913)
    The attempt was made to present the results of an investigation of the problem of Jewish immigration to this country. Since an original study of this problem was not possible, it devolved upon the writer to take all that ...
  • The work of the Board of public welfare of Kansas City, Missouri 

    Marquis, Eva Malvina (University of Missouri--Columbia, 1913)
    The Board of Public Welfare idea is a universal one, by which we mean that such an institution is applicable to other communities. Its spirit, aim, and principles have been tested, and found not wanting; they meet the ...