|On April 27, according to the New York Times, Paul Schneider, aged forty-four, a sick and crippled Chicago school teacher, shot himself to death. His widow, left with three children, stated that he had not been paid for eight months, that his property had depreciated, groceries which his family needed could be bought only on wage assignment, and worry had aggravated his illness. >>more...>>
Title: The Teacher Faces the Depression
Author: Langdon, Eunice
Publication: The Nation
Date: August 16, 1933
Publisher: The Nation
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Notes: Vol. 137, No. 3554, p. 182.