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Personality in the making; the fact-finding report of the Midcentury White House Conference on Children and Youth, edited by Helen Leland Witmer [and] Ruth Kotinsky Harper New York Australian/Harvard Citation.
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6 White House Conference on Children and Youth 6 Women's Committee, National Urban League Police Advisory Board--Annual Reports The White House Conference on Children and Youth was held in Washington from March 27 to April 2,involving a great deal of staff work on the part of the Department.
About 7, persons attended the meetings, including 1, youngsters and visitors from foreign countries. A total of recommendations were formulated by the. The exhibit booth that year had slides with commentary on new approaches to YA services; the slides were later loaned out to state libraries for further display.
YASD sent delegates to both the and White House Conference on Youth. For the conference, a publication was prepared for distribution called _Youth In A Changing World._. Among children to years old, 18 percent of children nationwide were employed ina percentage unchanged over the previous 20 years.
That year at the NCLC convention in Boston, many state organizations spoke of problems encountered organizing and passing bills at the state level. Reports given by the states helped show that the. Records of the Golden Anniversary White House Conference on Children and Youth (Eisenhower Administration) (bulk ) Records of the President's National Committee for the Golden Anniversary White House Conference on Children and Youth; Records of participating national and state organizations.
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(Record Group 59) OVERVIEW OF RECORDS LOCATIONS Table of Contents ADMINISTRATIVE HISTORY CENTRAL FILES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE Diplomatic correspondence Consular correspondence Miscellaneous correspondence Numerical and minor files Decimal file Subject-numeric file.
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This chapter addresses the portion of the committee's statement of task concerning the effectiveness of protection devices and equipment and sports regulations for the prevention of concussions. The chapter begins with an overview of research on the effectiveness of protective equipment for the prevention and mitigation of sports-related concussions in youth.
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