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Excerpt from The Record of a City: A Social Survey of Lowell Massachusetts
The record OF A city: A Social Survey of Lowell was origi nally undertaken as a partial fulfilment of the conditions for the degree of Ph. D. In the Department of Social Ethics of Harvard University, and this Department, though not responsible for the conclusions reached in the present volume, has generously pro moted the inquiry by the provision of a special fellowship. The author acknowledges with gratitude the valuable help he has received from Professor F. G. Peabody and Drs. R. M. Mccon nell, James Ford and R. F. Foerster, throughout the whole course of the preparation of the Survey. He is indebted to many resi dents oi Lowell, whose names appear in the Survey, and desires to thank especially G. Forrest Martin, M. D., of the Board of Health, for advice regarding the study of health conditions, Mr. W. S. Southworth for information regarding the mills, Mrs. Sara swan-griffin for material on the early days of Lowell, Mr. Chester e.-wheeler for the colored maps, Mr. Herbert D. Hope for the photographs of Lowell, Mr. Harry Prescott Graves for the plan of Lowell, Mr. Lewis E. Macbrayne and Mr. Harry Stocks for revision of the text.
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publisher: Forgotten Books (April 29, 2017)
isbn: 0259235857, 978-0259235859,
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