Title: Orphan Voyage
Publisher: New York, Washington, Hollywood: Vantage Press
Publication Date: 1968
Book Condition: Fine
Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine
Edition: 1st Edition
259 p. The author of this book, an economist and social worker and herself an adoptee, is the founder of the Life History Center (at the time of writing the Orphan Voyage) in Philadelphia. Its goal was to serve as a communication center between adopted persons and others, and a source of information on the subject. Through correspondence and extensive field trips, she amassed a great deal of material. One of those field trips was to conduct the Michigan Adoption Study, covered extensively in the book. Small octavo (8 1/4"x 5 1/2"), navy blue hard cover, fine; dust jacket near fine with tiny, faint rubs and chips. Bookseller Inventory # 011617RK
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