New York: Modern Age Books, 1938. First edition. Octavo. Printed wrappers w/ pictorial dustjacket; 152p; illus. A clean, tight copy in the uncommon pictorial jacket, lightly rubbed and worn but still quite presentable. Extensively illustrated with halftones, uncredited but clearly of WPA/FSA lineage. An explication and defense of federal work-relief programs, written at the height of the Depression by the famous hobo sociologist Nels Anderson (who also wrote under the pseudonym "Dean Stiff").