Relates to demographic, educational, racial, recreational, cultural, religious, medical, legal, and governmental aspects of
society; urban and rural trends; and the role of the family. Reports published under the title
Recent Social Trends in the United States (New York, 1933)
The discussion of the project and the preliminary work were initiated in September 1929. Funds to support the studies were
appropriated by the Rockefeller Foundation in November 1929, and were administrated by the Social Science Research Council
in New York City.
10 manuscript boxes
(4.2 Linear Feet)
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