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Laffer, C. C., 102.
Laggards, school, 69.
Lamson, W. J., 85.
Lankford, J. S., 59.
Leslie, G. L., 64-65.
Letter of transmittal, 5.
Lewis, I. M., 52.
Los Angeles, Cal., medical inspection of schools,

6465.
Louisiana, medical inspection of schools, 75–76.

Fort Worth, Tex., medical inspection of schools,

105-106. Foster, A., 19. Gallie, D. M., 41. Gallivan, W. J., 78-79. Gantt, L. R. H., 103. General references, 7-23. Georgia, medical inspection of schools, 71-72. Givens, A. J., 12. Goodenough, E. W., 67. Grand Rapids, Mich., medical inspection of schools,

81. Greensburg, Ind., inspection for communicable dis

eases, 30. Gulick, L. H., 12-13,62. Hall, 1. C., 25--26. Hamilton, S., jr., 101. Hancock, D. O., 75. Hanson, J. G., 76. Harrer, W. F., 47-48. Harrington, T. F., 26. Harrisburg, Pa., medical inspection of schools,

101-102. Hartman, L. M., 13. Haywood, Hubert, jr., 96. Health officers, shortcomings, 59; training, 60. Heche, Arthur, 58. Hedger, Caroline, 74. Heidelberg, Germany, defective sight and hearing of

public school children, 37. Herbst, H. H., 13. Herrmann, Charles, 30. Hill, D. S., 13,58-59, 105. Hines, E, A., 104. Hines, L. N., 14. Hoag, E. B., 14, 25, 64, 66. Hotiman, F. L., 14. Holmes, G. J., 84-85. Home, as a factor in medical inspection, 19. Hookworm, disease, 12, 20,69-72,96-97, 104-107. Houston, Tex., medical inspection of schools, 106. Hyde, G. E., 72. Hygiene, school, instructing teachers, 61; teaching

and practice in normal schools, 58. Hygiene and dieteties, 59. Idaho, medical inspection of schools, 72-73. Illinois, health officers, 59; medical inspection of

schools, 42-43, 73-75. Indiana, medical inspection of teeth, 43-44; tra

choma, 34. International Municipal Congress and Exposition,

24. Iowa State Teachers' Association, 15. Jefferson City, Mo., medical inspection of schools,

36. Johnstown, Pa., medical inspection of schools, 101. Jones, R. W., 108. Keen, E. L., 102. Kentucky, medical inspection of schools, 75. Kerr, J. W., 110. Keyes, F. A., 44. Kiefer, G. L., 53, 81. Knopf, S. A., 46. Kober, G. M., 59.

Macatee, H. C., 69.
McCreary, J. P., 41.
McCullough, P. B., 48.
Macdonald, Joseph, jr., 85.
Mckenzie, R. T., 39-40.
Mackenzie, W. L., 19.
Mac Murchey, Helen, 109–110.
Macy, M. S., 95-96.
Madison, Wis., medical inspection of schools, 108.
Martin, Alice, 34.
Martin, G. H., 77.
Martindale, W. C., 81-82.
Massachusetts, medical inspection of schools, 35-36,

44, 76-81.
Maxwell, W. H., 15.
May, G. A., 82.
Meadrilla, Pa., medical inspection of schools, 102.
Medical inspection, records, 109-110; therapeutic

value, 68. Medical inspectors, school, salaries, 62; training,

56-62. Medicine, teaching preventive, 56-62. Memphis, Tenn., eye affections of negroes, 41. Meyerding, E. A., 83. Afichican, medical inspection of schools, 45, 81-82. Michi'an, University oí, nose and throat examina

tions, $2. Milwaukee, Wis., medical inspection of schools,

107-103. Minnesota, medical inspection of schools, 82-83. Xiinneapolis, Minn., medical inspection of schools, 82. Minor, J. L., 41. Missouri, medical inspection of schools, 36-37, 84. Montoursville, Pa., inspection of teeth, 47-48. National Dental Association-Southern Branch, 42. Negroas, eye atfections, Memphis, Tenn., 41; med

ical examination, schools of Spartanburg, S. C. Nesbit, O. B., 31, 43-44. New England Association of School Superintend

ents, 15-16. Vew Hampshire, medical inspection of eyes and

ears, 39. New Haven, Conn., medical inspection of schools,

CS. New Jersey, medical inspection of schools, 84-87;

blanks and records, 127-129 New Orleans, medical inspection of schools, 75. New York ('ity, Association of Tuberculosis Clin

ics, 30; medical inspection of schools, 30, 37. New York (State), medical inspection of schools,

33-34, 38, 45-46, 87-96. New York Academy of Medicine, report on health

conditions in public schools, New York City, 90-94. Newark, N. J., blanks and records, 120-125; medical

inspection of schools, 84-86.

Newmayer, 8. W.,

53–55. Newton, R. C., 16. North Carolina, medical inspection of schools, 12, 96. North Dakota, medical inspection of schools, 97. Nose, medical inspection, 32–33, 36, 38. Nurse, school, 49–56. See also Medical inspectors. Nutting, M. A., 51, Oakland, Cal., College of Medicine, training of

health officers, 60. Oakland, Cal., medical inspection of public schools,

66. Ogden, Utah, eye strain, public school children, 41. Ohio, medical inspection of schools, 46–47, 97–100. Oklahoma, cases of trachoma among Indians, 34;

medical inspection of schools, 101. Oral hygiene. See Teeth, medical inspection. Orthogenics, experimental, 47. Palmer, G. T., 59. Palo Alto, Cal., medical inspection of schools, 66. Pasadena, Cal., medical inspection of schools, 66. Payne, I. D., 66. Pennsylvania, medical inspection of schools, 39-40,

47-48, 101-102. Pennsylvania, Medical Society of, 39. Pennsylvania, University of, examination of stu

dents' eyes, 39-40. Philadelphia, medical inspection of schools, 30-31,

40, 102; school nurse, 53–56. Philippine Islands, medical inspection of teeth,

48–49. Pittsburgh, Pa., medical inspection of schools,

48, 101. Plecker, W. A., 106. Poliomyelitis, epidemic, 27. Posey, W.C., 39. Providence, R. I., medical inspection of schools, 31,

49, 103. Public health, new degree of, 59. Quincy, Ill., medical inspection of schools, 75. Quix, F. H., 61. Rankin, W. 8., 96. Rapeer, L. W., 16-17. Raycroft, J. E., 17. Reading, Pa., medical inspection of schools, 48, 102. Reber, C. E., medical inspection of schools, 86. Records and blanks, medical inspection, 109-131. Reinhardt, G. F., 34-35. Retardation, repeating, and elimination, 21. Rhode Island, medical inspection of schools, 49, 103. Richmond, Va., medical inspection of schools, 106

107. Roach, W. W., 30-31. Rochester, N. Y., medical inspection of teeth, 46. Rosenau, M. J., 59. Rucker, W.C., 60. Russell Sage Foundation, Department of Child

Hygiene, 17-18. Salaries, school medical inspectors, 62. St. Louis, Mo., medical inspection of schools, 84,

110; school nurse, 56. St. Paul, Minn., medical inspection of schools, 83. Savannah, Ga., medical inspection of schools, 72. Scarlet fever, role of the school in the spread of, 30-31.

Schenck, H. D., 38–39, 94.
Schlegel, G. S., 48.
School hygiene. See Hygiene, school.
School laggards, 69.
School lunches, and medical inspection, 22–23.
School nurse. See Nurse, school.
Scotland, defective sight and hearing of school

children, 37.
Seneca, S. C., medical inspection of schools, 104.
Sex hygiene, 60.
Shafer, G. H., 18-19, 94-95.
Shipley, A. E., 60.
Slack, F. H., 26-27.
Sloan, T. G., 68.
Small, W. S., 60.
Smart, I. T., 95-96.
Smith, C. M., 79.
Snedden, D. S., 77.
Sneed, C. M., 36.
Sobel, Jacob, 19.
Social plagues, 24–25.
South Carolina, medical inspection of schools, 103-

105. South Manchester, Conn., medical inspection

of schools, 68-69. Spartanburg, S.C., medical inspection of schools,

103-104. Spokane, Wash., medical inspection of schools, 107. Stamford, Conn., medical inspection of schools,

12.
Standish, Myles, 34.
Stephens, R. G., 72
Stewart, Elsa, 60.
Stewart, I. M,51.
Stewart, James, 19.
Stiles, C. W., 19-20,70, 106.
Storey, T. A., 20.
Straw, Z. L., 20.
Strosnider, C. F., 96.

Taussig, A. E., 36-37.
Teeth, medical inspection, 41-49, 76.
Tennessee, medical inspection of schools, 41, 105.
Terman, L. M., 61-62, 64.
Texas, medical inspection of schools, 105-106,
Thompson, N. L., 107.
Throat, medical inspection, 31-33, 35-36, 38.
Tobey, S. B., 109.
Townsend, J. F., 21.
Trachoma. See Eyes, medical inspection.
Treibly, C. E., 34.
Trenton, medical inspection of schools, 86-87.
Tuberculosis, 24, 26-27, 30, 59.

U.S. Bureau of Labor, report on retardation,

repeating, and elimination, 21. U. 8. Department of Commerce and Labor,

Bureau of the Census, mortality from

children's diseases, 24. U. S. Indian School, Carlisle, Pa., cases of

trachoma, 34. U.S. Indian School, Phoenix, Ariz., cases of

trachoma, 34. Universities, medical and educational depart

ments, cooperation, 58–59. Ulah, medical inspection of eyes, 41.

Vaccination, 110.
Valparaiso, Ind., inspection for communicable dis-

eases, 31.
Van Derslice, J. W,21-22.
Venereal diseases, prevention, 24-25.
Vineland, N. J., Research Training School, record

bedanks for revised Binet tests, 126-127. Virginia, medical inspection of schools, 106-107. Von Sholly, A. I., 39.

Waters, Yssabella, 51.
Welch, J. H., 22.
Wellesley, Mass., medical inspection of schools, 80.
Wessels, L. C., 40.
Wheeler, R. M., 22
Whipple, G. M,61.
White, D. W., 34.
Wile, I. S., 22-25.
Willson, R. N, 25.
Winslow, C. E. A., 61-62.
Wisconsin, medical inspection of schools, 107-109.
Witmer, Lightner, 62.
Wixon, H. M., 67.
Wood, T. D23., 52.
Woodrud, C. R., 42.
Woodrufl, T. A., 53.
Worcester, Mass., medical inspection of schools, 8L.

Wallin, J. E. W., 47.
Ward, J. La B., 105.
Warthin, A. S., 82.
Washington, instruction in sex hygiene, State nor.

mal schools, 60; medical inspection of schools, 107. Waterbury, Conn., medical inspection of schools,

42,67.

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UNITED STATES BUREAU OF EDUCATION BULLETIN, 1913, NO. 17

WHOLE NUMBER 525

A TRADE SCHOOL FOR

GIRLS

A PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION IN
A TYPICAL MANUFACTURING CITY

WORCESTER, MASS.

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