New York: New Section of Foreign Language Information Service of American National Red Cross, 1920. Item #93
110 pp. 8vo. In original publisher's wrappers. Few tears and losses of the spine, owner's label on the front cover, light soiling of the wrappers.
Text in Russian. Added title page, foreword, table of contents, and lists of educational institutions in English. With an appendix on how the Russian immigrants can make use of the American Educational System. Foreword by Hon. P.P. Claxton.
In this book author focused on such topics as Origin of American school system, Financial resources for education, schools, colleges, Equality of educational opportunities for all, School life. The edition is supplied with appendix - How Russians can make use of the American educational system, How to get a free technical and trade education in America, How to get training as agricultural instructor, How Russians can get a high school and college training, including a small guide to educational institutions to which Russians may refer.
Apparently this edition was prepared for the second wave of Russian immigrants in 1880-1920s - 95% of them were Jewish. But a different large wave of Russians immigrated in the short time period of 1917-1922, in the wake of October Revolution and Russian Civil War. They were called White Emigres.