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Master of Science (MS)
Sociology, Social Work, and Anthropology
A series of happenlngs in Salt Lake City during the early years of the reoent depression strongly Indlcate that certain relief clients were, at that time, more or leas chronic trouble makers. They frequently threatened and sometimes inflicted bodily harm on social case workers; they inflicted riots, held protest meetings and wrote protest letters to state and national officials. A check-up on the addresses of these clients showed that the majority lived in the same or near-by areas.
Eames, D. Ivo, "Participation in Social Institutions by Relief Families in a Selected Rooming House Area in Salt Lake City July 1933 to July 1934" (1943). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 1773.
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