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Industrial Injuries to Women in 1930 and 1931 Compared With Injuries to Men : Women's Bureau Bulletin, No. 129

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United States. Women's Bureau and Mettert, Margaret T. (Margaret Thompson), 1907-2009. Industrial Injuries to Women in 1930 and 1931 Compared With Injuries to Men : Women's Bureau Bulletin, No. 129 , Washington: Govt. Print. Off., 1935, https://fraser.stlouisfed.org/title/5420, accessed on June 16, 2024.

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The third of the series of reports by the Women's Bureau on the subject of industrial injuries to women. The first, by Emily Clark Brown, was issued as Bulletin no. 81, and the second, by Marie Correll, was issued as Bulletin no. 102. Much of the research for this report was done by Marie Correll.

"Appendix: Page references in state reports classifying accident statistics by sex, 1927 to 1931": pages 55-57.

At head of title: U.S. Department of Labor. Frances Perkins, Secretary. Women's Bureau. Mary Anderson, Director.

Includes bibliographical references.

Govt. Print. Off.

Washington

  • lcc: HD6093 .A35 no. 129
  • sudocs: L 13.3:129
  • oclc: ocm29015711