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The Survey
Bib ID 3645823
Format JournalJournal
Uniform Title Survey (New York, N.Y. : 1909)
Description New York : Survey Associates, Inc., 1909- 
v. : ill. ; 23 cm. 
Numbering Note Issues for 1909-<1911> called also v. 22-<25> 
Notes

Also available on microfilm. [Princeton, N.J.? : Princeton Microfilm Corp.?].

Oct. 1921-May 1922 one weekly issue each month is called "Graphic number"; June 1922-1932 the periodical consists of 2 issues each month, one called "Graphic number" and the other "Midmonthly number". In Jan. 1933 the "Graphic number" became a separate periodical: Survey graphic, ISSN 0196-8777, and assumed the volume numbering of Survey from April 1909.

Life Dates Ceased in 1937  Apr. 3, 1909- 
Later Title

Survey graphic 0196-8777

Survey midmonthly

Former Title

Charities and the commons

Frequency Monthly, 1933- 
Previous Frequency Semimonthly, June 1922-1932  Weekly, 1909-<1921> 
Subjects Charities -- Periodicals.  |  Social problems -- Periodicals.  |  United States -- Social conditions -- Periodicals.

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