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Two Brothers
One of them, the inheritor of the homestead farm, whose broad acres overlooked a lordly river, was a man respected by all who knew him, intelligent, well married, with children who in themselves or in their descendants would cast nothing but honor upon the family name. The other, feeble-minded and morally repulsive, lived on a mountain-side in a hut built of rock fragments so loosely put together that more than once the roof slid from the walls. For a quarter of a century this hut existed as a hotbed of vice...
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Title: Two Brothers
Creator: Elizabeth S. Kite (author)
Date: March 2, 1912
Format: Article
Publication: The Survey
Source: Available at selected libraries
Location: vol.27, pp.1861-1864
Keywords: Alcohol; Almshouses; Cognitive Disability; Crime; Economics; Educational Institutions; Eugenics; Family; Feeblemindedness; Heredity; Ideologies; Institutions; Intelligence; Medicine & Science; New Jersey; New Jersey Training School; Poverty; Prostitution; Public Health & Welfare; Rural Life; Sexuality; Social Welfare & Employment
Topics: Institutions, Organizations & Corporations; Science, Health & Technology