The Resource Folder - U.S. Children's Bureau

Folder - U.S. Children's Bureau

Label
Folder - U.S. Children's Bureau
Title
Folder - U.S. Children's Bureau
Title variation
  • CB folder
  • Children's Bureau folder
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
MUL
Entry convention
successive entry
Frequency
unknown
Government publication
federal national government publication
LC call number
HV741
LC item number
.A34
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United States
Original alphabet or script of title
basic roman
Regularity
unknown
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  • Child welfare
  • Children
  • Child care
  • Child care
  • Child welfare
  • Children
  • United States
Label
Folder - U.S. Children's Bureau
Instantiates
Publication
Contents
1. Minimum standards of prenatal care. 1923. Same. Revised. 1927. The Expectant Mother. 1936. Same. (Revised.) 1943. So your expecting a baby. 1947. -- 2. Backyard playgrounds. 1923. -- 3. Why drink milk? Milk is the indispensible food for children. 1924. Same. Revised. 1929. -- 4. What builds babies? The mother's diet in the pregnant and nursing periods. 1925. Same. Revised. April 1933. -- 5. Sunlight for babies. 1926. Same Revised. July 1931. -- 6. From school to work. 1926. Fair labor standards for children. Revised. 1939. -- 7. Community care of dependent, delinquent, and handicapped children. 1926. Community social services for children. Revised. 1939. -- 8. Breast feeding. 1926. Same. Revised. August 1932. Same (Revised.) 1938. Same. Revised. 1947. -- 9. Keeping the well baby well. 1927. Same. Revised. 1928. Same. Revised. 1935. Same. Revised. 1938. Same. Revised. 1944. Your well baby. 1947. -- 10. Out of babyhood into childhood, 1-6 years. 1929. Same. (Revised.) 1934. Same (Revised.) 1943. Into Childhood. 1949. -- 11. Why sleep? Sleep helps children grow. 1929. Same. Revised. 1935. Your child's sleep. 1940. -- 12. Your child's teeth. By Percy R. Howe. 1929. -- 13. Adoption. 1938. When you adopt a child. 1947. -- 14. Well-nourished children. (1939) -- 15. The Children's Bureau aim -- a better chance for every child. (1939) -- 16. The healthy, well-nourished baby, birth to 1 year. 1940. -- 17. The healthy, well-nourished child, 1-6 years. 1940. -- 18. The healthy, well-nourished child 6 to 16 years. 1940. -- 19. Mother! nurse your baby! 1940. -- 20. Feeding your baby (first year) 1940 -- 21. Your child's health [1 to 6 years] -- 22. Your school child's health [6 to 16 years] -- 23. The noon meal at school -- 24. Your children's food and the family pocketbook -- 25. Substitutes for the sun -- 26. Ten questions answered about the child-labor provisios of the Fair labor Standards Act of 1938 -- 27. Hazardous occupations subject to a minimum age of 18 years under the Fail Labor Standards Act of 1938 -- 28. Age certificates are the employer's protection undet the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 -- 29. The emergency maternity and infant care program -- 30. A maternity policy for industry -- 31. Maintaining well-baby clinics in every community -- 32. Good conditions make for good results when boys and girls work on farms -- 33. Hospital and home care of premature infants: a plan for coordination
Dimensions
20-23 cm.
Extent
nos.
Lccn
44041402
http://bibfra.me/vocab/marc/numberingPerculiarities
Some of the numbes issued in reprinted and revised editions, with changes in special title
Other physical details
illus.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)03324184
  • (OCoLC)ocm03324184
Label
Folder - U.S. Children's Bureau
Publication
Contents
1. Minimum standards of prenatal care. 1923. Same. Revised. 1927. The Expectant Mother. 1936. Same. (Revised.) 1943. So your expecting a baby. 1947. -- 2. Backyard playgrounds. 1923. -- 3. Why drink milk? Milk is the indispensible food for children. 1924. Same. Revised. 1929. -- 4. What builds babies? The mother's diet in the pregnant and nursing periods. 1925. Same. Revised. April 1933. -- 5. Sunlight for babies. 1926. Same Revised. July 1931. -- 6. From school to work. 1926. Fair labor standards for children. Revised. 1939. -- 7. Community care of dependent, delinquent, and handicapped children. 1926. Community social services for children. Revised. 1939. -- 8. Breast feeding. 1926. Same. Revised. August 1932. Same (Revised.) 1938. Same. Revised. 1947. -- 9. Keeping the well baby well. 1927. Same. Revised. 1928. Same. Revised. 1935. Same. Revised. 1938. Same. Revised. 1944. Your well baby. 1947. -- 10. Out of babyhood into childhood, 1-6 years. 1929. Same. (Revised.) 1934. Same (Revised.) 1943. Into Childhood. 1949. -- 11. Why sleep? Sleep helps children grow. 1929. Same. Revised. 1935. Your child's sleep. 1940. -- 12. Your child's teeth. By Percy R. Howe. 1929. -- 13. Adoption. 1938. When you adopt a child. 1947. -- 14. Well-nourished children. (1939) -- 15. The Children's Bureau aim -- a better chance for every child. (1939) -- 16. The healthy, well-nourished baby, birth to 1 year. 1940. -- 17. The healthy, well-nourished child, 1-6 years. 1940. -- 18. The healthy, well-nourished child 6 to 16 years. 1940. -- 19. Mother! nurse your baby! 1940. -- 20. Feeding your baby (first year) 1940 -- 21. Your child's health [1 to 6 years] -- 22. Your school child's health [6 to 16 years] -- 23. The noon meal at school -- 24. Your children's food and the family pocketbook -- 25. Substitutes for the sun -- 26. Ten questions answered about the child-labor provisios of the Fair labor Standards Act of 1938 -- 27. Hazardous occupations subject to a minimum age of 18 years under the Fail Labor Standards Act of 1938 -- 28. Age certificates are the employer's protection undet the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 -- 29. The emergency maternity and infant care program -- 30. A maternity policy for industry -- 31. Maintaining well-baby clinics in every community -- 32. Good conditions make for good results when boys and girls work on farms -- 33. Hospital and home care of premature infants: a plan for coordination
Dimensions
20-23 cm.
Extent
nos.
Lccn
44041402
http://bibfra.me/vocab/marc/numberingPerculiarities
Some of the numbes issued in reprinted and revised editions, with changes in special title
Other physical details
illus.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)03324184
  • (OCoLC)ocm03324184

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