Criteria for Retirement: A Report of a National Conference on Retirement of Older Workers Held at Arden House, Harriman Campus of Columbia University, January 24-26, 1952

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APPENDIX 2
MEMBERSHIP OF THE NATIONAL COMMITTEE ON THE AGING
G. Warfield Hobbs, Chairman Vice President The National City Bank of New York Ollie A. Randall, Consultant Services for the Aged Community Services Society, New York City
Mrs. George H. Abbott Dallas, Texas
Albert J. Abrams, Director New York State Joint Legislative Committee on Problems of the Aging
Dr. John S. Allen, Vice President University of Florida
Joseph P. Anderson, Executive Director American Association of Social Workers
Richard Bachman, Executive Director Ohio Citizens Council for Health and Welfare
Brigadier Richard E. Baggs, Salvation Army Philadelphia
Robert M. Ball, Assistant Director Bureau of Old Age and Survivors' Insurance Federal Security Agency
H. M. Bardt, Vice President and Senior Trust Officer Bank of America
Solomon Barkin, Director of Research Textile Workers Union of America, CIO
Milton L. Barron Dept. of Sociology and Anthropology Cornell University
Roland Baxt, Executive Director Federation Employment Service New York City
Harry Becket, Associate Director Commission on Financing of Hospital Care
A. L. Belcher, Director of Industrial Relations Pillsbury Mills, Inc.
Dr. Harwood S. Belding Graduate School of Public Health The University of Pittsburgh
Mrs. Ethel B. Bellsmith American Association of Psychiatric Social Workers
Dr. George K. Bennett, President Psychological Corp.

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