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Chapter 4   Getting the Word Out

60th anniversary issue of the Children’s Bureau publication, Children Today (March 1972), and a later issue featuring the customs and rituals associated with birth and infancy from ancient times to the modern day (March 1988).
60th anniversary issue of the Children’s Bureau publication, Children Today (March 1972), and a later issue featuring the customs and rituals associated with birth and infancy from ancient times to the modern day (March 1988).
Research News – The Children’s Bureau began issuing its first research and news periodical in 1919.

Child Welfare News Summary began as a mimeograph for Bureau staff, but the mailing list soon expanded to include as many as 1,200 State and local partners. It was produced until 1935, when it was replaced by The Child, a journal produced monthly to “provide a regular means of communication” between the Children’s Bureau and its State and local constituents. Later versions included Children (1954-1971) and Children Today (1972-1997).

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