FATHER DENVER: Will he care for his own? ¿ A question of community pride, 1922

Karl C. Schuyler, President

Published by Denver Community Chest, Denver, Colorado, 1922
Condition: Near Fine Soft cover
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Original illustrated tan wrappers; 32 pages; illustrated with photographs. Proposition to establish and fund a Denver Community Chest, submitted to the Public Spirited Citizens of Denver. A nine-day campaign to raise $690,650.00, conducted November 17 ¿ 25, 1922. Karl C. Schuyler, President. Among directors: Tyson Dines, Jr.; Charles C. Gates; James B. Grant; Miss Jennie Hendrie; Harold Kountze; John W. Morey; Albert A. Reed; M. S. Radetsky; William E. Sweet; Morrison Shafroth; etc. Contents include: Denver Leaders Endorse the First Community Chest Campaign; Questions and Answers; Why $609,650? Participating Organizations in Picture and Paragraph: American Red Cross; Big Brother Movement; Boy Scouts of America; Byers Home for Boys; Camp Fire Girls of America; Central Jewish Aid Society; Childrens¿ Welfare Bureau; Confidential Exchange Bureau; Colorado Christian Home; Colorado Prison Association; etc. Condition: near fine condition. Not in Wynar. Bookseller Inventory # 000040

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Title: FATHER DENVER: Will he care for his own? ┐ A...

Publisher: Denver Community Chest, Denver, Colorado

Publication Date: 1922

Binding: Soft cover

Book Condition: Near Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Edition: 1st Edition

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