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Sending money to relatives in Europe.

A visit to the country.

How I have a good time.

The City Hospital.

At the Zoo.

Our city newspapers.

A true friend.

Helping a neighbor.

The holidays of the year.

Planning a picnic.

Safety first.

How to play safe when using gasoline.

My voyage to America.

Lessons in etiquette.

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Music in your city.

The school system of your city.

The public square, its plan.

Theatres and good current plays.
Hygiene and sanitation.


Finding the right vocation.
The newspapers of the city.
American games and recreation.
City officials and their duties.

Market houses and how they are operated.
What is done to beautify the city?

Welfare work in America.

Welfare institutions in America.

The museum and art galleries of your city.
Industries of your city-the diversity of industries found


Biographies of important Americans.

Advertisements-those most frequently seen.

The symphony orchestra.

The community chest.




The Federal Reserve Bank.

The air mail service.

The radio.

Bathing beaches.

Shipping on the Great Lakes.

Passenger boats on the Great Lakes.
The rapid transit.

The Statue of Liberty.

Why America celebrates Thanksgiving Day.
Why America should be thankful.

Why I should now celebrate Thanksgiving.

My trip to America.

How American schools differ from European schools.
Why I am bringing my family to America.

Why I want a promotion.

The furniture in my home.

My boss, a foreman.

How to make our street more attractive.
Some problems that annoy an immigrant.
What my friends think of American schools.
When I first heard jazz music.

American food.

American clothing.

American amusements.

American buildings.

The Public Library.

The first time I had ice in my home.

Why I should like to become wealthy.

What are some of the conveniences in American homes

which make life easier?

American railway trains.

American automobiles.

The job on which I am working.

When I shall visit my old home.
How I obtained my passports.

My teachers in Europe.

The family doctor in Europe.

Do immigrant women like America?

Do immigrant women and girls approve or disapprove of

American dress?

American hospitality—is it genuine?

American manners.

The telephone in Europe—in America.

Why do not more women come to evening schools?

Is restricted immigration beneficial to all concerned?


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