Chicago: Juvenile Protective Association of Chicago, 1950. Octavo. Staple-bound pamphlet; printed card wrappers; 27pp. Wrappers toned at margins, else a tight, Very Good or better copy. Series of articles originally published in the Sun-Times on Chicago's juvenile narcotics epidemic. Addressed to an adult audience, but includes a number of reputed first-hand testimonials from young addicts, including "Sam R.," who recounts the story of being nabbed in a ladies' department store: "...I'd gotten very high that day, so high that I didn't even know I had 10 ladies' slips in a shopping bag." Uncommon; OCLC 3 locations (Chicago Public, Chicago Historical Soc., and NYPL).