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United States Department of Labor. Women's Bureau

Bulletin of the Women's Bureau, no. 137 to 148

GPO, Washington. 1936, Twelve reports (various pagination) nicely bound in ribbed blue cloth, stamp of the National Women's Trade Union League of America on the blank end papers, minor foxing of the top edge. The reports, in order, are: Summary of state hour laws for women and minimum-wage rates by Mary Elizabeth Pidgeon; Reading list of references on household employment; Women unemployed seeking relief in 1933 by Harriet A. Byrne; Reemployment of New England women in private industry by Bertha M. Nienburg; Piecework in the silk-dress industry, earnings, hours, and production by Ethel L. Best; The economic problems of the women of the Virgin Islands of the United States by Ethel Best; Factors affecting wages in power laundries by Bertha M. Nienburg and Bertha Blair; State labor laws for women, revision of bulletin 98. Hours, home, work, prohibited or regulated occupations, seats, minimum wage by Florence P. Smith; Special study of wages paid to women and minors in Ohio industries prior and subsequent to the Ohio minimum wage law for women and minors; A policy insuring value to the woman buyer and a livelihood to apparel makers by Bertha M. Nienburg; Summary of state reports of occupational diseases with a survey of preventive legislation 1932 to 1934 by Margaret T. Mettert; The employed woman homemaker in the United States, her responsibility for family support by Mary Elizabeth Pidgeon

Cat.No: 136092

Price: $125.00

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