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Decasualization of Longshore Work in San Francisco : Methods and Results of the Control of Dispatching and hours Worked, 1935-37, Report No. L-2

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Keller, Marvel. Decasualization of Longshore Work in San Francisco : Methods and Results of the Control of Dispatching and hours Worked, 1935-37, Report No. L-2 , Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Works Progress Administration, National Research Project, April 1939, https://fraser.stlouisfed.org/title/6657, accessed on November 26, 2022.

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Works Progress Administration, National Research Project

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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  • sudocs: Y 3.W 89/2:51/L-2
  • lcc: HD6331.A1 N32 no. L-2
  • oclc: 654237715
  • lccn: a 41004385

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