New York, New York: c.1911. Printed program announcing lectures given by journalist and child welfare advocate Ernest Kent Coulter (1871-1952). The program promotes Coulter as the "Clerk of the World's Largest Children's Court" whose lectures "abound in human interest--incident, pathos and humor clinching sober appeal". It also notes the fact that he originated the "Big Brother Movement" (referred to today as Big Brothers and Sisters of America), "that new and intensely practical humane and individual work for child victims of bad environment and neglect". Coulter's lecture topics here are listed as "Child Problems, Civic Betterment, Immigration, Congestion, Juvenile Courts and Subjects Dealing With Child Conservation". Testimonials are offered under the heading "Personal Comment". Tri-fold pamphlet (7.5" by 5" closed) with photographic portrait of Coulter on title-page. Good. Some spotting, dust soiling, minor wear to extremities. Short tears to folds.