Seattle: The Lions Clubs of Seattle, 1936. First edition. 23x16cm, , 19pp. Charts, graphs. Orange paper wraps show tanning along edges and some rubbing to spine, else clean and very good.
A call to action for local communities to stop juvenile delinquency, prepared by King County Superior Court Judge, William G. Long (1894-1974) and the Lions Clubs of Seattle. Long was appointed specifically to the Juvenile Court in 1933 by Governor Clarence Martin, and served until 1970.
An interesting look at local efforts to curtail rising crime after the depression, in the larger context of the New Deal programs. OCLC locates 8 holdings. Item #5510