Occupational Hazards to Young Workers

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United States. Children's Bureau. Occupational Hazards to Young Workers , Washington, D.C: Government Printing Office, 1941-1942, https://fraser.stlouisfed.org/title/8545, accessed on June 16, 2024.

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At head of title: United States Department of Labor, Frances Perkins, secretary. Children's Bureau, Katharine F. Lenroot, chief

Began with: Report no. 1; ceased with: Report no. 6.

No. 2 published in 1941; nos. 1, 3-6 published in 1942.

Continued under same title by U.S. Dept. of Labor, Division of Labor Standards.

No. 1-6 issued as U.S. Children's Bureau. Bureau publication; no. 7 issued as U.S. Bureau of Labor Standards. Child-labor series.

Government Printing Office

Washington, D.C

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