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Women in Kentucky Industries: A Study of Hours, Wages, and Working Conditions : Women's Bureau Bulletin, No. 29

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United States. Women's Bureau , Manning, Caroline, 1876-1966 , Robinson, Mary V. (Mary Viola) , Gordon, Mildred J. and Hyde, Elizabeth A. (Elizabeth Adshead), 1876-. Women in Kentucky Industries: A Study of Hours, Wages, and Working Conditions : Women's Bureau Bulletin, No. 29 , Washington: Govt. Print. Off., 1923, https://fraser.stlouisfed.org/title/5352, accessed on April 23, 2024.

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Printed as 28, but crossed out and remarked as 29.

At head of title: U.S. Department of Labor. James J. Davis, Secretary. Womens Bureau, Mary Anderson, Director.

"The survey was conducted by Miss Caroline Manning ... The statistical material was completed by Miss Elizabeth A. Hyde and the report was written by Miss Mary V. Robinson and Mrs. Mildred J. Gordon."--Letter of transmittal.

Section V issued also separately with title: Working Conditions for Women Employed in Kentucky Industries. Women in Kentucky Industries: A Study of Hours, Wages, and Working Conditions Made in October and November, 1922 by the Women's Bureau of the U.S. Department of Labor.

Govt. Print. Off.

Washington

  • lcc: HD6093 .A3 no.29
  • oclc: ocm15361064