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A. Correspondence [subseries]:
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Includes correspondence re articles for Women's Press; correspondence re arrangements, scheduling, invitations and replies, suggested general program and topics for a conference on Employer-Employee Relationship in the Home; report on Camp Gray domestic worker questionnaire and Camp Gray Industrial Conference, 5 pp.; replies to invitations to the conference include problems most frequently confronted in employer-employee relationships in the home. January-October 11, 1928
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Correspondence re formation of a National Committee on Employer-Employee Relationships in the Home including invitations to be on the new committee and attend the first meeting on December 8. October 12 - December 1928
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Letter asking Mrs. F.D. Roosevelt to speak before the Parents' League of Greenwich (CT) and routine. no date
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Correspondence includes list of persons who agreed to become members of the National Committee; a Tentative Plan of Organization (4/29/29); arrangements for a luncheon meeting; correspondence re financial need for contributions; re activities and proposed work of the Committee; letter to Carner from Watson (Dec. 13, 1939) re Mrs. Ford's refusal to see Watson while in Detroit. 1929
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Between Watson and Lucy P. Carner (Executive, Industrial Department, YWCA) re need for a course for study groups of employees; between Watson and Eva Von Baur Hansl re National Committee functions; between Lawrence K. Frank (Rockefeller Foundation) and Watson re his comments on the program and report; and routine. January-May 1930
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Resignation of Amey Watson as Vice-Chairman of National Committee on Employer and Employee Relationships in the Home and the interest in the code of ethics for household employees; meeting arrangements and announcements; letter from Eleanor Roosevelt turning down offer to head the Committee; to Carner from Mary Anderson (U.S. Women's Bureau) re routine; other routine correspondence. July-October 1930.
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Correspondence between Carner, Anderson and Watson re the chairmanship of the committee and the possibility of changing the name of the committee; and other activities of the committee. November-December 1930
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Correspondence between Watson, Carner and others re setting up additional planning meetings and problems of unemployment on household workers; and conference arrangements; letter from Frances Perkins, 1/21/31 sending her regrets at not being able to attend a luncheon. January 1931
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Re problems within committee - delay of conference decided; list of National Committee; re continued search for permanent chairman. February 1931
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Re plans for conference; form letters re the conference; acceptances and regrets. March 1931
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Same as file folder 17. April 1-10, 1931
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Same as file folder 17. April 11-27, 1931
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Letter from Mrs. Roosevelt turning down offer of chairmanship (5/2/31); from Mary Anderson to Benjamin Andrews re Secretary of Labor possibly doing a survey of household employment; requests for findings of the recent conference; search for permanent chairman; letter including one from E. Roosevelt approving Mrs. Ethel Howes as a member and routine. May-June 1931
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Correspondence re various articles written about household employees; re preparation of the summary of the conference; and routine. July-September 1931
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Includes form letter sent to committee members from Lucy Carner re the continued search for a chairman and replies; Mrs. Roosevelt replies that Fanny Hurst may be a possibility for chairman; and other routine. October-November 1931
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Correspondence between Watson, Carner and Andrews re publishing the material of the National Committee; and misc. 1932-1934