1942–43: Membership, Awards, Affiliates, and Journals and Publications

1 Leave a comment on paragraph 1 0 Membership in 1942–43 continued to grow. No awards were made because there were no conferences.

2 Leave a comment on paragraph 2 0 State and regional councils continued to meet and grow during these war years as “family science” became more recognized and a top public issue.

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  2. The Connecticut Council on Family Relations (CFR) met at Yale University on February 9. The theme was “Family Problems as Observed by a Prenatal Clinic.” Speaker Lloyd Thompson described a new course for prospective fathers that was very successful.
  3. The Indiana and Kentucky Councils met jointly on May 22–23.
  4. The California CFR met at the University of California, Berkeley.
  5. The Southern Regional CFR met on March 22–23 at Louisiana State University.
  6. The Virginia CFR met on February 27
  7. The Michigan CFR met on July 11 at Michigan State University.

4 Leave a comment on paragraph 4 0 With a changed title and a new editor, Marriage and Family Living began accepting international papers. Volume 3, Issue 1, for example, included “The Family in Wartime” by famed British author W. Somerset Maughm.

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