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" It is so, however, only because it secures for the children a larger degree of association with adults, and a nearer approach to the conditions of family life, which are required for the proper molding of childhood. These results more than justify the... "
Sessional Papers - Legislature of the Province of Ontario - Page 122
by Ontario. Legislative Assembly - 1909
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The Juvenile Court Record, Volumes 9-12

Child welfare - 1908
...economical. Child-caring agencies, whether suPported by public or private funds, should by all legitimate press for adequate financial support. Inferior methods...or class to almshouses is an unqualified evil, and shouid be forbidden everywhere by law, with suitable penalty for its violation. INCORPORATION. 5. To...
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Proceedings of the Conference on the Care of Dependent Children Held at ...

Child welfare - 1909 - 231 pages
...truly economical. Child-caring agencies, whether supported by public or private funds, should by afl legitimate means press for adequate financial support....possible, and should look forward to the adoption of tne cottage type when new buildings are constructed. The sending of children of any age or class to...
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Child Problems

George Benjamin Mangold - Abused children - 1910 - 381 pages
...adults, and a nearer approach to the conditions of family life, which are required for the proper molding of childhood. These results more than justify the...the cottage type when new buildings are constructed. is an unqualified evil, and should be forbidden everywhere by law, with suitable penalty for its violation....
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Public Documents of Massachusetts, Volume 8

Massachusetts - 1910
...adults, and a nearer approach to the conditions of family life, which are required for the proper molding of childhood. These results more than justify the...the cottage type when new buildings are constructed. We report with no little satisfaction that certain large sums have been bequeathed to us recently,...
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The Normal Life

Edward Thomas Devine - Soc. probs - 1915 - 229 pages
...be cared for in families whenever practicable. 4. Institutions should be on the cottage plan. . . . Existing congregate institutions should so classify...the cottage type when new buildings are constructed. 5. The state should inspect the work of all agencies which care for dependent children. 6. Educational...
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