Charities Publication Committee / Russell Sage Foundation, New York, 1910. First Edition. Hardcover. 8vo. in green cloth with gilt titles. Folding panorama frontis of Homestead, photographic illustrations by Lewis Hine and drawings by Joseph Stella, plus 4p. ads. In excellent condition, internally bright and unmarked.
One of a series of six volumes planned by the Russell Sage Foundation titled The Pittsburgh Survey.
"The Survey is one of the earliest and most thorough descriptions of urban conditions in the United States. Some seventy investigators, including Elizabeth Beardsley Butler, Margaret Byington, John R. Commons, Edward T. Devine, Crystal Eastman, John A. Fitch, documentary photographer Lewis Hine, and artist Joseph Stella, began work in 1907. The research was first published in magazines, including Collier's, in 1908 & 1909, then was expanded into a series of six books (4 monographs and 2 collections of essays) published from 1909 to 1914."