3 edition of The public library in depression found in the catalog.
The public library in depression
Margaret May Herdman
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 116 leaves.|
|Number of Pages||116|
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In addition to building public roads and supporting community arts projects, the WPA, with help from the ALA Library Extension Board, supported. A survey by the Library Extension Division found that new book purchases for Illinois public libraries had stagnated due to the drop in funds.
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In Social Issues in Literature: Depression in Sylvia Plath's The Bell Jar critics and commentators examine depression in the novel as well as some perspectives on depression in young people today.
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Depression (Book): Feeling blue is normal from time to time, but recent surveys indicate that as many as one in five teens suffers from clinical depression.
This guidebook provides essential information on depression, but also serves as a historical survey, by providing information on the controversies surrounding its causes, and first-person narratives by people coping with depression. No Depression An Introduction to Alternative Country Music, Whatever That Is (Book): Baker & TaylorProvides an introduction to alternative country music.
Women and Depression A Handbook for the Social, Behavioral, and Biomedical Sciences (Book): Throughout the world, rates of depression are greater among females than males, and this gender gap emerges during adolescence and persists throughout adulthood.
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Throughout the course of this narrative, depression's. Depression Your Questions Answered (Book): Lurie, Melvyn. There are no ages for this title yet. This dissertation used content analysis to study the impact of the Great Depression on large American public libraries from to Areas studied were the depression’s effect on library internal operations, library services, and library directors’ attitudes toward the libraries and the public.
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The Great Depression America in the s (Book): Watkins, T. H.: A companion volume to the public television series delving into the events and impact of the Great Depression. The text is illustrated with thoroughly captioned photos, documents, and posters--many previously unpublished.
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The Memoirs of Herbert Hoover Volume 1: Years of Adventure The Macmillan Company, Volume 2: The Cabinet and the Presidency The Macmillan Company, Volume 3: The Great Depression The Macmillan Company, The Hilarious World of Depression (Book): Moe, John: "A moving, portrait of depression, from the host of the podcast The Hilarious World of Depression "This book is an excellent life raft for those of us who are so sure that we are alone in our struggles.
You should read it." -Jenny Lawson "A funny, honest book about depression, and what you can do despite it." -Neil Gaiman "Candid and funny. The Great Depression (Book): George, Linda: Discusses the events of the Great Depression, from its roots in the economic boom of the s to its conclusion during World War II.
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Silverstein, Alvin Depression JUV Sd Discusses the causes, symptoms, and treatments of depression, examining the different types of. The Los Angeles Public Library serves the largest most diverse population of any library in the United States.
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Book’s Author: William Kent Kruger. Set in the summer ofduring the depression, this work of fiction, based on actual depression-era locations and happenings, tells the story of two brothers and two other characters who meet in unusual circumstances.
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You should read it." -Jenny Lawson "A funny, honest book about depression, and what you can do despite it.". Yoga for Depression A Compassionate Guide to Relieving Suffering Through Yoga (Book): Weintraub, Amy: Take the natural path to mental wellnessMore than 25 million Americans are treated with antidepressants each year, at a cost in excess of $50 billion.
But the side effects of popular prescription drugs may seem nearly as depressing as the symptoms they're meant to treat.
The Great Depression (Book): Robbins, Lionel Robbins: "This book examines the nature and the causes of the depression, tracing its background and the broad conditions from which the depression emerged.
As an influence on economic activity, Robbins sees World War I, and the political changes that followed it, as a series of shifts in the fundamental conditions of demand and supply, to.
America's First Great Depression Economic Crisis and Political Disorder After the Panic of (Book): Roberts, Alasdair: Roberts examines the financial, political, and social upheavals that occurred in the United States in the decade following the Panic ofwhich he calls the First Great Depression.
The years leading up to the panic, he says, were a time of boom marked by geographic.Harrison Memorial Library is the public library of the City of Carmel-by-the-Sea. Library service in Carmel began inwhen the Carmel Free Library Association began lending books from a little redwood building.
For a fee of one dollar per year, people could borrow any one of books from the.Depression is a medical condition in which feelings of persistent sadness, loss, emptiness, anger, or frustration interfere with everyday life for at least 2 weeks or are 3 types of Depression Major depressionMajor depression is characterized by a combination.