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Report on Condition of Woman and Child Wage-Earners in the United States

Full Text: 19v. Washington: Govt. Print. Off, 1910
Publisher: Washington: Govt. Print. Off.,

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Volumes:

19 (Labor Laws and Factory Conditions, 1912)
18 (Employment of Women and Children in Selected Industries, 1913)
17 (Hookworm Disease among Cotton-Mill Operatives, 1912)
16 (Family Budgets of Typical Cotton-Mill Workers, 1911)
15 (Relation between Occupation and Criminality of Women, 1911)
14 (Causes of Death among Woman and Child Cotton-Mill Operatives, 1912)
13 (Infant Mortality and Its Relation to the Employment of Mothers, 1912)
12 (Employment of Women in Laundries, 1911)
11 (Employment of Women in the Metal Trades, 1911)
10 (History of Women in Trade Unions, 1911)
9 (History of Women in Industry in the United States, 1910)
8 (Juvenile Delinquency and Its Relation to Employment, 1911)
7 (Conditions under Which Children Leave School to Go to Work, 1910)
6 (The Beginnings of Child Labor Legislation in Certain States; A Comparative Study, 1910)
5 (Wage-Earning Women in Stores and Factories, 1910)
4 (The Silk Indsutry, 1911)
3 (Glass Industry, 1911)
2 (Men's Ready-Made Clothing, 1911)
1 (Cotton Textile Industry, 1910)