Child Labor on Maryland Truck Farms, Bureau Publication No. 123

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United States. Children's Bureau , Channing, Alice, 1888- and Matthews, Ellen N. (Ellen Nathalie), 1884-. Child Labor on Maryland Truck Farms, Bureau Publication No. 123 , Washington, D.C: Government Printing Office, 1923, https://fraser.stlouisfed.org/title/8405, accessed on May 18, 2024.

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At head of title: U. S. Department of labor. James J. Davis, secretary. Children's bureau. Grace Abbott, chief

"The second of a series on rural child labor ... The investigation was planned and carried on under the direction of Ellen Nathalie Matthews ... Viola I. Paradise was in immediate charge of the field work in Anne Arundel county and Ethel M. Springer and Mary E. Skinner of the Eastern shore. The report was written by Alice Channing." - Letter of transmittal

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  • sudocs: L 5.20:123
  • oclc: ocm14811529
  • lccn: l 23000240

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