A Study of the Effect of Racial Factors on the Adjustment of Five Adolescent Girls Under the Supervision of the New York Foundling Hospital
The five cases studied are of adolescent girls, of varied racial backgrounds, who have had their most extensive familial experiences and opportunities for forming identifications within Negro foster homes. one Caucasian parent. These children have at least Three are of combined Caucasian and Negro racial background, one of combined Caucasian and Chinese, one Caucasian with no apparent admixture. The backgrounds of the foster parents admitted of various racial admixtures, but the homes were accepted in the com- munity as Negro homes, and the children growing up in them as Negro children.
Sullivan, Honoria Mary, "A Study of the Effect of Racial Factors on the Adjustment of Five Adolescent Girls Under the Supervision of the New York Foundling Hospital" (1954). ETD Collection for Fordham University. AAI30613262.