At the request of Miss Ray M. Hanchett, Superintendent of the Girls Training School at Mitchellville, an intelligence survey of the institution was undertaken last December. The writer went to Mitchellville and spent from December 2 to 20, 1927, there, living in Cottage No. 1, where the negro girls, then thirteen in number, were housed.
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"Report of an Intelligence Survey of the State Training School for Girls at Mitchellville, Iowa,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 35(1), 269-276.
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