R. A. G.
February 1962
America;2/17/1962, Vol. 106 Issue 19, p640
The article focuses on events which will be held in the coming months in the U.S. A workshop on human relations will be conducted at Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin from June 29 to July 31, 1962. The Regina Medal, created by the Catholic Library Association, will be awarded to Frederic G. Melcher in a presentation that will take place on April 23, 1962 at Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. A course to address the needs of a modern girl will be offered by youth counselor Doris Revere Peters.


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