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Wage-Earning Women and the Industrial Conditions of 1930: A Survey of South Bend : Women's Bureau Bulletin, No. 92

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United States. Women's Bureau , Manning, Caroline, 1876-1966 and Phillips, Arcadia Dowdell Near, Mrs., 1901-?. Wage-Earning Women and the Industrial Conditions of 1930: A Survey of South Bend : Women's Bureau Bulletin, No. 92 , Washington: Govt. Print. Off., 1932, https://fraser.stlouisfed.org/title/5400, accessed on April 16, 2024.

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At head of title: United States Department of Labor. W.N. Doak, Secretary. Women's Bureau. Mary Anderson, Director.

"South Bend, Ind., and its close neighbor Mishawaka were selected for this community survey"--Introduction.

A second survey of the same community made in 1932 was issued in 1936 as Bulletin no. 108 of the Women's Bureau with the title: The effects of the depression on wage earners' families, by Harriet A. Byrne.

Govt. Print. Off.

Washington

  • lcc: HD6093 .A3 no. 92
  • lcc: HD6093 .M36 1932
  • ddc: 331.406173
  • sudocs: L 13.3:92
  • oclc: ocm07245554