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�How New York City Secures

��In the congested districts of New York City many families live in such crowded quarters that the children never get enough fresh air. The Children's Aid

��Photos (g) Brown & Dawson

���Italian children at an open air school on the roof of a tall building. They are all children who are underweight. A term in this school soon changes them into lively, whole- some youngsters

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��Small children sleeping in the open air on the roof of a New York day nursery where they are cared for by special attendants and trained nurses while their mothers are out working


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