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Where You Live Means a Lot
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TitleWhere You Live Means a Lot
AbstractReview of the 1971 book "Social Status in the City," a "thorough study of our [Kansas City's] social order" from a survey conducted during the 1950s, examining all sorts of social stratification in different parts of the city, including ethnicity, income, neighborhood or area of residence, clubs, churches, etc., with a Christmas card status game poking fun at "Capital S Society" and photos.
AuthorElizabeth Lunt
DateDecember//1971
SourceKansas City Town Squire
Locationq051 K159
Volume3
Number12
Page52-56
Local SubjectSocial Classes
Upper Class
Book Reviews
Kansas City, Missouri--Description--1950s
IllustrationsNo
Item TypeMagazine Article
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Item ID107556
CONTENTdm number14934
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