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Published Monthly
In the Interests of the Anti-Tubercu

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370 Seventh Avenue, New Yor
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VOLUME XIX, NO. 12
DECEMBER, 1922
IN TWO SECTIONS SECTION II

Journal of the Outdoor Life

THE ANTI-TUBERCULOSIS MAGAZINE

VOLUME XIX

1922

Journal of the Outdoor Life
370 Seventh Avenue, New York

The entire contents of the Journal of the
Outdoor Life are protected by copyright, 1922

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Printed by
Isaac GOLDMANN COMPANY, New York

VOLUME XIX

INDEX

Adding Twenty Years To LIFE

PAGE

Editorial

412

ADDRESS OF WELCOME

Hon. Charles Evans Hughes.

201

ADVERTISING TUBERCULOSIS

Editorial

378

ALEXANDER, JEROME
De Profundis (Poem)...

336

ANNUAL MEETING ARRANGEMENTS

Editorial

49

APOLOGIES TO THE "OLD OAKEN BUCKET" (Poem)

Fred L. Reed...

113

AT THE LAKESIDE HOME, PROVIDENCE, R. I. (Picture).

246
AUTO-SUGGESTION, PERSONALITY AND CURES.

413
BALDWIN, BIRD T., Ph.D.

Increments of Growth for Different Types of Children, with Special Reference to
Height, Weight and Breathing Capacity Development..

405
BENNETT, ELEANOR
The Story of One T. B. Victim-The First Stages....

334
BONE AND GLANDULAR TUBERCULOSIS IN CHILDREN
John F. O'Brien, M.D..

400
BRIEUX, JOSEPH
"Have You Met Him?",

100

BROWN, PHILIP KING, M.D.

To Eat or Not to Eat.

142

Carter, H. G., M.D.
The Negro as a Sanatorium Patient.

9
CARTOON BY BERRYMAN, A. (Picture)
Cary-Elwes, H.
Scrambled Eggs (Poem)...

81

CAUSES OF THE RAPIDLY INCREASING FALL OF THE TUBERCULOSIS DEATH RATE IN THE

LAST FIVE YEARS, THE

Haven Emerson, M.D.....

247

Cheer UP, PARD! (Poem)

William T. Sherman, M.D...

292

CHILDHOOD, A MEDICAL BASIS FOR A PROGRAM FOR PREVENTION AND TREATMENT OF TUBER-

CULOSIS IN,

Herbert M. Rich, M.D..

364

Child LABOR AND HEALTH
Editorial

313
CHINA, MEDICAL PROGRESS IN,
Dr. Sao-Ke Alfred Sze..

216
CHIROPRACTORS, etc.
Editorial

149
CHRISTMAS SEAL POSTER (Picture)

360
CLINIC FOR NEGROES, THE
H. R. M. Landis, M.D....

6
Cohen, A. J., M.D.

A Study of the Cases Discharged from Eagleville Sanatorium for Consumptives,
1910-1921

257
COLE, ELIZABETH
Nostrums and Quackery.

145
The Song of the Outdoor Sleeper (Poem)

363
Cole, Elizabeth and Helena V. Williams
The Spirit of the Double-Barred Cross. A Pageant in Six Episodes..

74
COMBAKKERS, THE

...99, 143, 171, 206, 304, 340, 371
COMPENSATION (Poem)
V. Lorraine

172

COOKING CLASSES FOR T. B. PatientS-A New PRINCIPLE IN OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY

Horace John Howk, M.D..

366

CROWE, MARION G., R.N.
The Physician and the Nurse.....

13

Curing (Poem)

Laura Agnes Mercure...

399

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