[Washington, D.C.]: U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, 1961. First Edition. Quarto. Staple-bound wrappers (softcover); 41,pp. Fine. Description of the North Carolina "Homemaker Services" initiative, established in 1947, which placed social welfare agents in the homes of families and individuals in need, including shut-ins, children of disabled or incarcerated parents, and situations "where a mother does not know how to care for her children or keep house adequately and needs help in budgeting, buying, cooking, and other areas of homemaking."