TITLE

Suppose Nobody Cared

AUTHOR(S)
Rhys, S. Irving
PUB. DATE
May 1923
SOURCE
New Republic;5/16/23, Vol. 34 Issue 441, p317
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Focuses on the funds collected by San Francisco Chest for poverty stricken people in San Francisco. Information that subscription was secured from all the employees of certain firms; Information that throughout the city bill-boards with maudlin pictures of the pauper's death-bed caused the hearts of all, good citizens to throb with purse-invading pity; Campaign slogan of the organization which included the words "Suppose Nobody Cared"; Information that in San Francisco, with an over-subscribed campaign just finished, one of the smaller agencies is already threatened with extinction through economic starvation.
ACCESSION #
15214082

 

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