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Guide to the Women's Employment Collection
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Series 1. circa 1897-1980 Ephemera

Box  1 , Folder  3

"General Suggestions for Household Employment", a leaflet, publisher unknown, Los Angeles undated

Box  1 , Folder  4

"Married Women and Work", flyer issued by the London Society for Women's Service 1923 January

Box  1 , Folder  5

Commander, Lydia Kingsmill. "Who Stole the Work?", leaflet printer unknown undated

Box  1 , Folder  42

"Recommended Standards for Employment of Women", leaflet issued by the U.S. Dept. of Labor and the Women's Bureau 1950

Box  1 , Folder  74

"Eight-Hour Law for Female Employees", a flyer issued by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, California 1925 July

Box  1 , Folder  77

"Obey the New Ten Hour Law", a flyer issued by the Women's Trade Union League 1911?

Box  2 , Folder  2

Addition, Mrs. L.F. "The Purchasing Power of Woman and Her Relation to Organized Labor", a Department Leaflet (Labor) no. 179, printed by Ruby I. Gilbert undated

Box  2 , Folder  7

A leaflet advertising the book "American Labor Unions", by Helen Marot undated

Box  2 , Folder  11

"Standards Governing Employment of Women in Industry", a leaflet issued by the Woman in Industry Service, U. S. Department of Labor 1918 December 12

Box  2 , Folder  17

"Program of Labor Songs", a flyer issued by the members of the Hull-House Music School 1901 May 15

Box  2 , Folder  22

"The National Women's Trade Union League", a leaflet issued by the National Women's Trade Union League undated

Box  2 , Folder  23

"Summary of Organization Work", a leaflet issued by the National Women's Trade Union League 1917 June

Box  2 , Folder  24

"The National Women's Trade Union League of America", a leaflet issued by the National Women's Trade Union League of America 1919

Box  2 , Folder  30

Register for the Seventh Annual Convention Southern District City Club 1926 June 12-13

Box  2 , Folder  30

Register for the Eighth Annual Convention Southern District City Club 1927 June

Box  2 , Folder  33

"Vacation Time: Remember the Department Store Girls", a leaflet issued by the Consumers' League of the City of New York 1914

Box  2 , Folder  44

"Women in Home and Industry", a leaflet issued by the Labor Party of Illinois 1920

Box  2 , Folder  46

"Employment Agencies", a leaflet issued by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, State of California 1903 February 12

Box  2 , Folder  47

"School for Active Workers in the Labor Movement", a leaflet issued by the National Women's Trade Union League 1915

Box  2 , Folder  48

Marot, Helen. "Why It Is, What It Is, Who It Is, Where It Is", a leaflet issued by the National Women's Trade Union League of America (two copies) undated

Box  2 , Folder  59

"Womenfolk of the Building Trade Workers!", a flyer issued by the Women Workers' Organization 1927 January

Box  2 , Folder  61

"Application For Membership", National Women's Trade Union League of America undated

Box  2 , Folder  62

A program for the "Third Interstate Conference Called by the Women's Trade Union League", Missouri and Illinois 1916 October

 

Series 2. circa 1901-1950 Publications

Box  1 , Folder  1

Keen, Dora. "A Woman's Ascent of the Matterhorn", The Outlook 1910 May 28

Box  1 , Folder  2

Breckinridge, S.P. "Political Equality for Women and Women's Wages", American Academy of Political and Social Science undated

Box  1 , Folder  6

Kyle, Joanna Nicholls. "Women as Inventors", Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly undated

Box  1 , Folder  7

"Women and Work in England", The International Monthly (end of article missing) undated

Box  1 , Folder  8

Pearce, I.D. "Women and Sweated Industries", The Westminster Review 1907 December

Box  1 , Folder  9

Washington, Booker T. "The Man Furthest Down: The Women Who Work in Europe", The Outlook ( two copies) 1911 July 1

Box  1 , Folder  10

Johnson, Clifton. "Women Workers of France", Harper's Bazaar undated

Box  1 , Folder  11

Stanley, the Hon. Maude. "The First Working Girls' Club", The Outlook 1897 September 4

Box  1 , Folder  12

Stanley, the Hon. Maude. "Country Holidays for Working Girls", The Outlook 1899 October 7

Box  1 , Folder  13

Sergeant, Elizabeth Shepley. "In Chains", publication unknown 1911

Box  1 , Folder  14

Berry, Olive Shippen. "Women Workers of Ireland", Harper's Bazaar (vol. XXXIII, no. 41) 1900 October 13

Box  1 , Folder  15

"Policewomen in Chicago", The Literary digest 1913 August 23

Box  1 , Folder  16

"Laws Governing the Employment of Women in New York State", pamphlet compiled by the Bureau of Women in Industry, New York State Industrial Commission 1920

Box  1 , Folder  17

Cutler, Martha. "Woman's Work in Decoration", Harper's Bazaar (vol. XXXIX, no. 67) undated

Box  1 , Folder  18

"A Woman in Wall Street", The Atlantic Monthly 1925 August

Box  1 , Folder  19

Miller, Joseph Dana. "Women as Architects", Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly 1900? June

Box  1 , Folder  20

"Women and the Legal Profession", The American Review of Reviews undated

Box  1 , Folder  21

Young, Rose. "Your Daughter's Career if She Wants to be a Lawyer", publication unknown undated

Box  1 , Folder  22

Baury, Louis. "Women Who Conduct Great Businesses", The World Today 1909 September

Box  1 , Folder  23

Gage, Matilda Joslyn. "Woman as an Inventor", The North American Review (vol. CXXXVI, no. 318) undated

Box  1 , Folder  24

Comstock, Sarah. "Your Daughter's Career, If She Wants to be a Nurse", publication unknown undated

Box  1 , Folder  25

Astervart, Jane? "Women's Colleges and Their Women Executives", The Booklovers Magazine (vol.II, no. IV) 1903 October

Box  1 , Folder  26

Jones, Harriet B. "The Woman Physician", publication unknown (end of article missing) undated

Box  1 , Folder  27

Robert, Jeanne. "Woman and the Wage Question", The American Review of Reviews undated

Box  1 , Folder  28

Smith, Bertha H. "What Women Are Doing in the West", publication unknown undated

Box  1 , Folder  29

Clark, Sue Anislie and Edith Wyatt. "Working - Girls' Budgets", McClure's Magazine (vol. XXXV, no. 6) 1910 October

Box  1 , Folder  30

Clark, Sue Ainslie and Edith Wyatt. "Working - Girls' Budgets", publication unknown undated

Box  1 , Folder  31

Colton, Olive A. "They or We? A New Spirit in Industry", publication unknown undated

Box  1 , Folder  32

Simmons, Eleanor Booth. "The Women Behind the Books", The Woman Citizen 1925 June 27

Box  1 , Folder  33

Dodd, Alvin E. "Training Women to Earn -- A National Movement", Journal of Home Economics (vol. IX, no. 10) 1917 October

Box  1 , Folder  34

Stevenson, Bertha. "The Young Business Woman's Lunch", Good Housekeeping Magazine undated

Box  1 , Folder  35

Anderson, Mary. "The Growing Army of Women Workers", The New York Times Current History undated

Box  1 , Folder  36

"Six Million Business Women", publication unknown undated

Box  1 , Folder  37

"Women in Industry", Monthly Labor Review undated

Box  1 , Folder  38

"Lessons in Community and National Life", leaflet printed by the Department of the Interior, Bureau of Education (community leaflet no. 23) 1918 May 1

Box  1 , Folder  39

Van Vorst, Bessie. "The Woman That Toils", Everybody's Magazine (vol. VIII, no. 1) 1903 January

Box  1 , Folder  40

Fallaws, Alice Katherine. "The Reduced Gentlewoman", Ainslee's Magazine (end of article missing) undated

Box  1 , Folder  41

Van Vorst, Bessie and Marie Van Vorst. "The Woman That Toils -- Experiences of a Literary Woman as a Working Girl", Everybody's Magazine (vol. VII, no. 3) 1902 September

Box  1 , Folder  43

"Woman's Work and Wages", publication unknown (end of article missing) undated

Box  1 , Folder  44

Moran, Francis J. Clay. "The Sweating System", The North American Review undated

Box  1 , Folder  45

Shuler, Marjorie. "An Organization of Business Women", The American Review of Reviews undated

Box  1 , Folder  46

"White Collar Immigrants Increase", News-Bulletin-National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc. (no. 33) 1929 September 16

Box  1 , Folder  47

"Mrs. H.R. Britton, Baseball Magnate", publication unknown 1912

Box  1 , Folder  48

Blake, Lillie Devereux and Van Buren Denslaw. "Are Women Fairly Paid?" publication unknown undated

Box  1 , Folder  49

Mall, Janice. "Upgrading Women's Jobs", Los Angeles Times 1980 January 13

Box  1 , Folder  50

Blackwell, Alice Stone. "Fatigue and Efficiency -- A Treatise on Labor by Josephine Goldmark", The Woman's Journal 1912 January 20

Box  1 , Folder  51

Kirkwood, Edith Brown. "The Business Woman's Lunch", Good Housekeeping Magazine undated

Box  1 , Folder  52

Pettengill, Lillian. "Toilers of the Home -- A College Woman's Experiences as a Domestic Servant", Everybody's Magazine undated

Box  1 , Folder  53

Harper, Ida Husted. "Women Ought to Work", The Independent undated

Box  1 , Folder  54

Mabee, Cora E. "Minimum Wages for Women in California", Journal of Applied Sociology undated

Box  1 , Folder  55

Wright, Carroll D. "Why Women are Paid Less than Men", publication unknown undated

Box  1 , Folder  56

Hard, William and Rehta Childe Dorr. "The Woman's Invasion", Everybody's Magazine undated

Box  1 , Folder  57

Swartz, Nelle. "Women Who Work", The Survey 1922 May 13

Box  1 , Folder  58

Roosevelt, Theodore. "The Conservation of Womanhood and Childhood", The Outlook (end of article missing) 1911 December 23

Box  1 , Folder  59

Howard, Randall R. "Ranching for Herself", Sunset, the Pacific Monthly undated

Box  1 , Folder  60

Hard, William. "The Woman of To-morrow", Everybody's Magazine 1910 August

Box  1 , Folder  61

MacLean, Annie Marion. "Four Months in a Model Factory", The Century Magazine undated

Box  1 , Folder  62

Hughes, Mrs. Lois Pierce. "Opportunities for Women in the Modern Hotel", Journal of Home Economics 1921 April

Box  1 , Folder  63

Clark, Sue Ainslie and Edith Wyatt. "Working-Girls' Budgets", publication unknown undated

Box  1 , Folder  65

Neale, Margaretta. "Keeping Women on the Payroll", publication unknown undated

Box  1 , Folder  66

Earle, Mary Tracy. "The Red Rose", The Lamp (vol. XXVI, no. 4) 1903 May

Box  1 , Folder  67

"The Story of Rose Fortune, A New York Working Girl", Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly (vol. LVII, no. 2) 1903 December

Box  1 , Folder  68

Frowne, Sadie. "The Story of a Sweatshop Girl", The Independent undated

Box  1 , Folder  69

Stickney, Mary E. "Mining Women of Colorado", The Era undated

Box  1 , Folder  70

Rays, Mrs. Charles Kirkland. "Woman's Place in the Missionary Enterprise", The Missionary Review of the World 1925 June

Box  1 , Folder  71

Howard, George Elliot. "Changed Ideals and Status of the Family and the Public Activities of Women", The Annals of the American Academy (end of article missing) undated

Box  1 , Folder  72

Van Vorst, Bessie and Marie Van Vorst. "The Woman that Toils", Everybody's Magazine undated

Box  1 , Folder  73

Reynolds, Minnie J. "A Revival of Feminine Handicrafts", Everybody's Magazine undated

Box  1 , Folder  75

MacLean, Annie Marion. "The Sweat-Shop in Summer", The American Journal of Sociology (vol. IX, no. 3) 1903 November

Box  1 , Folder  76

Van Vorst, Bessie and Marie Van Vorst. "The Woman Who Toils", Everybody's Magazine undated

Box  1 , Folder  78

Maule, Mary K. "What is a Shop-Girl's Life?", publication unknown 1907 September

Box  1 , Folder  79

Smith, Bertha H. "The Policewoman", Good Housekeeping Magazine 1911 March

Box  1 , Folder  80

Bloomingdale, E.W. and Josephine Goldmark. "The Inner Working of a Department Store", The Outlook part I by Bloomingdale, part II by Goldmark 1915 June 2

Box  1 , Folder  81

Emerson, Anne. "Behind the Scenes in a Department Store", The Outlook 1915

Box  1 , Folder  82

Van Vorst, Bessie and Marie Van Vorst. "The Woman that Toils", Everybody's Magazine undated

Box  1 , Folder  83

"The Woman's Invasion", Everybody's Magazine (beginning and end of article missing) undated

Box  1 , Folder  84

Thomas, W.I. "Woman and the Occupations", The American Magazine 1900 September

Box  1 , Folder  85

West, Marian. "The First Woman Ambulance Surgeon", Everybody's Magazine (end of article missing) 1903 September

Box  1 , Folder  86

"A Far Cry From Woman's Place in the Home: Miss Hilda Johnson of Brooklyn, Employed as a Deep- Sea Diver …" a photograph from the New York Times 1924 November 23

Box  1 , Folder  87

Barry, John D. "Women as Judges", The Bulletin 1912 September 10

Box  1 , Folder  88

"Light Work for Ladies", The Woman Citizen 1917 June 9

Box  1 , Folder  89

"Farm Women", San Bernardino Sun 1927

Box  1 , Folder  90

"Paper Run By Women", publication unknown 1900

Box  1 , Folder  91

Eaton, Jeanette. "No Other Occupation", St. Louis Labor 1930 June 25

Box  1 , Folder  92

"The Only One of Her Kind", publication unknown 1928

Box  1 , Folder  93

"The Lady Blacksmith of New York", publication unknown 1938 January 30

Box  1 , Folder  94

Blitzstein, Madelin. "Women Who Handle 'Man-sized' Jobs", San Francisco Chronicle 1936 July 26

Box  1 , Folder  95

"Would Bar Women From Foundries", Berkeley Gazette 1912 February 15

Box  2 , Folder  1

Johnson, Violet Olive. "Taking Her Wham", The News 1929 October 31

Box  2 , Folder  3

Carr, Frederick W. "Women's Place in Labor Unions", The Christian Science Monitor 1950 May 9

Box  2 , Folder  4

"Women in Industry", New York Times A review of F.W. Tickner's "Women in English Economic History" 1923 August 12

Box  2 , Folder  5

"Organizing Working Women; Interview with Miss Mary Macarthur", The Christian Commonwealth 1914 March 18

Box  2 , Folder  6

"Mobilisation of Britain's Woman Power in the Industrial Effort", Bulletins from Britain (supplement no. 35) 1941 April 30

Box  2 , Folder  8

Wallerstein, Bertha. "The Working-Woman's Idea", The Nation undated

Box  2 , Folder  9

Swartz, Nelle. "A Call To Arms", The Woman Voter 1915 May

Box  2 , Folder  10

Woodward, Helen. "Do Women Get a Chance in Business?", Smart Set 1929 November

Box  2 , Folder  12

"Women in Industry", The Labor Clarion 1917 December 7

Box  2 , Folder  13

"Statistics of Occupations in this Country", Literary Digest 1914 October 10

Box  2 , Folder  14

"Efficiency Engineer", "Good Business", New York Call 1918 December 16

Box  2 , Folder  15

Wadlin, Horace G. "Why Women Earn Smaller Wages Than Men", The Club Worker 1903 January

Box  2 , Folder  16

"State Canning Industry Employs 20,000 Women", San Francisco? 1916 December 1

Box  2 , Folder  18

Shuler, Marjorie. "The Effects of Women in Business: Women Secretaries Serve Well Though Cloaked in Anonymity", The Christian Science Monitor 1931 November 16

Box  2 , Folder  19

"Uncle Sam As Woman's Boss", New York Times 1926 April 18

Box  2 , Folder  20

Malkiel, Theresa. "Woman's Industrial Advance", publication unknown 1923 July 22

Box  2 , Folder  21

"Women Who Lead the Way", New York paper? 1921 March

Box  2 , Folder  25

"Woman Works 12 Hours a Day; Week's Pay $3.40", Bulletin 1913

Box  2 , Folder  26

"Objects of Woman's Label League", San Francisco Star 1911

Box  2 , Folder  27

"Uncle Sam's Silly Prejudice", La Follette's 1911 October 7

Box  2 , Folder  28

Nelson, Caroline. "San Francisco's Workingwomen", Labor Clarion 1912 March 1

Box  2 , Folder  29

"Miss Ross Schneiderman, Leader of 20,000 Women", publication unknown 1913 February 23

Box  2 , Folder  31

"Women Toilers: Look into Their Lives Through Photographic Windows", The Delineator 1912 May

Box  2 , Folder  32

Todd, Lawrence. "Chains Pay $12 to Women", Federated Press? 1930 February 8

Box  2 , Folder  34

Stein, Hannah. "Economic Crash Helpful to Women--Dorothy Scarborough", Chronicle 1931 November 8

Box  2 , Folder  35

"Business for Women", The Christian Science Monitor 1950 March 8

Box  2 , Folder  36

"Not For 'Pin Money'", publication unknown 1938 March 19

Box  2 , Folder  37

"5th of U.S. Women Gainfully Employed", publication unknown 1937

Box  2 , Folder  38

Estcourt, Zilfa. "Y.W.C.A. Survey Reveals That Most Young Business Women Help to Support Their Families", San Francisco Chronicle 1938 March 20

Box  2 , Folder  39

"Survey Shows Women Work From Necessity", San Francisco News 1938 March 15

Box  2 , Folder  40

"Women Advance in Labor World, Survey Reveals", publication unknown 1933 May 8

Box  2 , Folder  41

Estcourt, Zilfa. "Here's Some Hope and Advice for Women Who Are 'Making a Job of Getting a Job'", San Francisco Chronicle 1939 June 4

Box  2 , Folder  42

Adams, Mildred. "The Swelling Tide of Working Women", The New York Times Magazine 1936 June 28

Box  2 , Folder  43

"Why Do Women Work?", San Francisco Chronicle 1938 May 22

Box  2 , Folder  45

"Wages for Women Show General Improvements", The Christian Science Monitor 1950 January 12

Box  2 , Folder  49

Miller, Grace. "Women Advised to Learn New Occupational Skills", The Christian Science Monitor 1952 June 23

Box  2 , Folder  50

Ripley, Josephine. "Working Wives Lead Women in Jobs", The Christian Science Monitor 1950 April 21

Box  2 , Folder  51

"Unequal Pay For Women", Suffragist 1918 July 27

Box  2 , Folder  52

"Girl Vagrants Roam Country; Haunt 'Jungles'", publication unknown 1933 August 4

Box  2 , Folder  53

"Two Society Women as Labor Leaders", publication unknown 1909

Box  2 , Folder  54

F.R.W. "To the Editor of 'The American'", The American? 1917 January 19

Box  2 , Folder  55

"No Lady Blacksmiths Wanted On This Job", Washington Star 1915 March 18

Box  2 , Folder  56

"Work-A- Day Women", The Common Cause 1914 April 9

Box  2 , Folder  57

"Fannie Hurst, Famous Authoress, Declares Women Need Awakening", Star Bulletin 1915 February 13

Box  2 , Folder  58

Hornaday, Mary. "Work, Women and Wages", The Christian Science Monitor 1936 June 13

Box  2 , Folder  60

"An Appeal to Women's Pride", Labor Clarion 1910 April 8

Box  2 , Folder  63

Ripley, Josephine. "Women's Business Role: Reason for Few Top Jobs", The Christian Science Monitor 1950 October 2

Box  2 , Folder  64

"Women's Union to End After 47 Years", The Christian Science Monitor 1950 May 27

Box  2 , Folder  65

McGough, Jennie. "Old-line Politics and the Working Girl", Labor Clarion 1914 March 13

Box  2 , Folder  66

Ruhl, Arthur. "Out of a Job- News of the Unemployed", Colliers 1908 May

Box  2 , Folder  67

"How Long a Day Should Women Work?", The Survey 1923 April 15

Box  2 , Folder  68

"The Tent City of Willimantic", Life and Labor Bulletin (vol. III, no. 10) 1925 September

Box  2 , Folder  69

Kelly, Mary. "Woman Told Self-Initiative Key to Getting Top Jobs", The Christian Science Monitor 1952 June 26

Box  2 , Folder  70

Hornaday, Mary. "Women Gain New Fields to Follow Mother Roles", The Christian Science Monitor 1950 July 6

Box  2 , Folder  71

"Chapter 258, sections 1-3: An act limiting the hours of labor of females …", California, publication unknown 1911 March 22

Box  2 , Folder  72

"A League of Working Women", The New Republic 1918 February 9

Box  2 , Folder  73

"Number of Working Wives Sets U.S. Record", The San Diego Union 1952 May 28

Box  3 , Folder  1

"World's News About Women", The Woman Citizen 1925 June 27

Box  3 , Folder  2

"Taking Care of the World's Women Munition-Makers", The Literary Digest 1917 January 27

Box  3 , Folder  3

D'Alviella, Helen Goblet. "Women of Belgium", The Woman's Press 1923 March

Box  3 , Folder  4

"Mothering the Munition-Maker", The New Republic 1917 October 6

Box  3 , Folder  5

"Women Who help Boss Us", The Literary Digest 1925 January 17

Box  3 , Folder  6

Hard, Clara Taylor. "Woman's Labor in Japan", The Woman's Press 1923 March

Box  3 , Folder  7

"Women Ask to be Protected from their Friends", The Literary Digest 1926 February 6

Box  3 , Folder  8

"Women in $6,000 to $30,000 Jobs", publication unknown 1919 July

Box  3 , Folder  9

Marsh, Helena. "Making Good in New York City", Good Housekeeping 1924 December

Box  3 , Folder  10

"Supervision of Women's War Work", The Survey 1917 June 30

Box  3 , Folder  11

Carpenter, Charles E. "The Most Remarkable Business Woman I Ever Knew", The American Magazine 1920 December

Box  3 , Folder  12

"The Labor Shortage", The New Republic 1917 October 20

Box  3 , Folder  13

Hewes, Amy. "Women as Munition Makers", The Survey 1917 January 6

Box  3 , Folder  14

Lion, Hortense M. "The Boycott on Wives", The Outlook 1923 December 12

Box  3 , Folder  15

Ross, Mary. "Working Women Who Get Hurt", The Survey 1924 December 15

Box  3 , Folder  16

Blatch, Harriot Stanton. "Do Women Want Protection?", The Nation (vol. 116, no. 3004) 1923 January 31

Box  3 , Folder  17

"Women's Wages", The Nation (vol. 108, no. 2799) 1919 February 22

Box  3 , Folder  18

Martin, John. "The Four Ages of Woman"- a series of five articles and rejoinders to an editorial, The Survey 1916 February 26, March 4, 11, 18, 25, April 15

Box  3 , Folder  19

Summer, Allene M. "They Call Her The Poor Working Girl --- She Is!", The Ohio Woman Voter 1927 March

Box  4 , Folder  11

Dixon, Louise. "The Average Stenographer", Success 1913? September

Box  4 , Folder  12

Rollins, Mabel. "I Won't Work for a Woman!", Collier's The National Weekly 1924 November 29

Box  4 , Folder  13

Selden, Charles A. "The Most Powerful Lobby in Washington", The Ladies Home Journal 1922 April

Box  4 , Folder  14

Nixdorff, Natalie W. "The Training of a Professional Nurse", The Ladies Home Journal undated

 

Series 3. Writings no date

Box  1 , Folder  64

"The New Occupations for Women", a four page typescript undated