Employment of Women in the Manufacture of Small-Arms Ammunition : Women's Bureau Bulletin, No. 189-2
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United States. Women's Bureau. "Employment of Women in the Manufacture of Small-Arms Ammunition : Women's Bureau Bulletin, No. 189-2" in Women's Employment in War Industries : Women's Bureau Bulletin, No. 189 (1942). https://fraser.stlouisfed.org/title/5462/item/539648, accessed on May 31, 2023.
At head of title: United States Dept. of Labor, Women's Bureau.
"One of a series of reports on women's present and possible employment in war industries, based on field surveys by Women's Bureau investigators since early spring of 1941 (issued first in mimeograph)."
- World War II
- Vocational guidance
- World War II
- Defense industries
- United States
- lcc: HD6093 .A35 no. 189-2
- ddc: 331.4/883406/0973
- ddc: 331.4 s 331.4/883406/0973
- sudocs: L 13.3:189-2
- oclc: ocm31823491