VIII- "Present Facilities Can Aid Women in Need, Says Writer" - Adela Rogers St. Johns - Los Angeles Examiner

VIII- "Present Facilities Can Aid Women in Need, Says Writer" - Adela Rogers St. Johns - Los Angeles Examiner

'Chest Should Have Central Bureau to Direct Help' - 'War Times' - 'Agencies Not Awake to Desperate Need of Jobless'

by: Adela Rogers St. Johns | publication date: December 29, 1931 | Publication: Los Angeles Examiner | pages: Section 2, p. 1, 14

". . .Is there a way to meet the suffering, mental and physical, of our sisters who are trapped in a great economic upheaval as they might be trapped by an earthquake or a flood? Yes. Yes. In spite of the dark outlook, straitened circumstances on every hand, there is a way. And one that need not be too hard upon all of us, who have already done our very best to aid in this crisis, who have already given right up to the quick of our depleted bank accounts. . ."

Adela Rogers writes a series in the LA Examiner about her experience posing as an unemployed, poor and friendless girl in Los Angeles. In the eighth part of her series, Adela comes to some conclusions about her time spent living unemployed.

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