The Occupational Progress of Women, 1910 to 1930 : Women's Bureau Bulletin, No. 104
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United States. Women's Bureau and Dempsey, Mary V. (Mary Veronica), 1888-. The Occupational Progress of Women, 1910 to 1930 : Women's Bureau Bulletin, No. 104 , Washington: Govt. Print. Off., 1933, https://fraser.stlouisfed.org/title/5405, accessed on June 5, 2023.
At head of title: United States Department of labor. Frances Perkins, secretary. Women's bureau. Mary Anderson, director.
The second of the bureau's reports of the occupational progress of women from one census date to another. The first (Bulletin no. 27) analyzed the status of women in 1920 as compared to that in 1910.
Govt. Print. Off.
- lcc: HD6093 .A35 no. 104
- sudocs: L 13.3:104
- oclc: ocm11616916