Report on Condition of Woman and Child-wage Earners in the United States: Wage-earning women in stores and factories
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1910 - Child labor
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age weekly American amount Austrian Aver Average weekly earnings Based boarding Bohemian Boots and shoes Boston bution buyers Candy car fare cent Chicago contributing dependent ECONOMIC CONDI employed employees employment ence English entire establishments ETC.-WOMEN Excellent expenses EXPERIENCE factory Fair Finisher Flowers and feathers Forewoman furnishings German girls Grade Hosiery and knit included Industry ings Irish Italian keeping labor Laundry less light living at home living conditions Machine operator maker meals Men's Millinery mills night number reported Occupation overtime Packer paid Paper boxes persons Polish Printing and publishing received relatives retail stores Russian Hebrew Saleswoman secured shelter Stitcher store women supplies Swedish TABLE Telephone TION OF WAGE-EARNING Trimmer wage Waist waitresses Weaver week weekly contri woman women adrift Women's clothing Woolen and worsted worker York