Employed Boys and Girls in Milwaukee, Bureau Publication No. 213

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United States. Children's Bureau and Channing, Alice, 1888-. Employed Boys and Girls in Milwaukee, Bureau Publication No. 213 , Washington, D.C: Government Printing Office, 1932, https://fraser.stlouisfed.org/title/8489, accessed on June 13, 2024.

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At head of title: United States Department of labor. W.N. Doak, secretary. Children's bureau. Grace Abbott, chief

"Harriet A. Byrne was in charge of the field work, and Alice Channing has written the report."--Letter of transmittal

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Washington, D.C

  • sudocs: L 5.20:213
  • oclc: ocm14737016
  • lccn: l 32000134

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