Riding the Rails: Teenagers on the Move during the Great Depression

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Preface
9 “Boxcar Boys-and Girls, Etcetera, Modern Maturity(October-December 1992) 22 .
10 Walter Miletich, American History Project (AHP *), Arizona, October 1992.

Introduction
12Arvel Pearson, interview transcript, April 15, 1994.
Jim Mitchell, interview transcript, April 23, 1994.
John Fawcett, interview transcript, April 14, 1994.
13 Grace Abbot, chief of the Children's Bureau, Washington, D.C., statement on Relief for Unemployed Transients, Hearings before a Subcommittee of the Committee on Manufactures on S. 5121, United States Senate, 72nd Cong., 2d sess. (Washington: Government Printing Office, 1933) 23-35.
A. Wayne McMillen, University of Chicago, Relief for Unemployed Transients, 30-50; A. Wayne McMillen, “An Army of Boys on the Loose, The Survey Graphic(September 1933) 389-92.

C.C. Carstens, Child Welfare League of America, New York, statement on Federal Aid for Unemployment Relief, Hearings before a Subcommittee of the Committee on Manufactures on S5125, United States Senate, 72nd Cong., 2 sess. (Washington: Government Printing Office, 1933)

* The American History Project (AHP) was the organizational name under which letters and interviews were solicited for the Riding the Rails documentary. The AHP archives identify the letter writers by the state in which they were living when they contacted the project researchers.

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