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A. Publications [subseries]:
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Alameda County Committee on Household Employment for Girls. General Standards of Household Employment for the Girl Under Twenty-One Who Lives In Her Employer's Home. Oakland Public Schools, n.d. 3 p.
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All in the Family: A Good Way For Women to Reform Industry Is to Start With The Industry of Home-Making. Woman's Press, February 1928. pp. 82-85
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American Association for Labor Legislation. Employment Agencies Officially Exposed. Sworn Testimony Shows Urgent Need of State Action. Substance of Voluminous Unpublished Proceedings. New York State. Industrial Commission. 1930. 10 p.
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Anderson, Mary. An Occupational Analysis of Household Employment . Reprinted from Seventh International Management Congress. Washington, D.C., 1938. Homes Management Section. 7 p.
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-----. Household Employment . Reprint #37. Chicago, Social Science Associates, n.d. 4 p.
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-----. Social Security for Household Employees . U.S. Department of Labor, Women's Bureau, Washington, D.C. May 13, 1939. (Radio Talk Over Station W.J.S.V.) 4 p.
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Andrews, Benjamin R. Household Employment and Community Resources. Reprinted from Seventh International Management Congress. Washington, D.C., 1938. Home Management Section. pp. 61a-61c
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-----. Household Employment: Its Background and Prospects. Reprinted from the Women's Press, July 1931. 4 p.
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-----. New York Symposium on Household Employment. Journal of Home Economics, February 1940. pp. 98-99 and 136.
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Bartlett, Helen. Maid Service for the Average Household . Chicago, The Chicago Tribune, n.d. 8 p.
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Belcher, Elizabeth C. Household Employment . 1940. 63 p.
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Beuter, Dorothy. The News Reel, Vol. XIV, April 1939. League of Industrial Girls of the Chicago Y.W.C.A. Chicago, April 1939. 20 p.
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Boone, Gladys. Household Employment : Lynchburg Study, 1936-1937. Y.W.C.A., Lynchburg, Virginia. 6 p.
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Brittain, W.M. Advantages of the Port of Baltimore, U.S.A . Reprinted from the Journal of Commerce of New York, March 15th, 1924. 18 p.
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Bromley, Dorothy Dunbar. Are Servants People? Condensed from Scribner's Magazine. pp. 53-55
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Brown, Jean. Brief on Household Employment in Relation to Trade Union Organization . Washington: U.S. Department of Labor, Women's Bureau, 1938. 17 p.
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-----. Concerns of Household Workers. Program With Household Workers in the Y.M.C.A. New York, The Woman's Press, 1941. 167 p.
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-----. Domestic Workers and Unions . Reprint from American Federationist, May 1938. 12 p. carbon.
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-----. Household Workers . Washington: U.S. Department of Labor, Women's Bureau, 1940. 48 p.
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----- Relationships in the Home. New York, The Woman's Press, October 1940. 2 p.
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-----. The Negro Woman Worker . Bulletin No. 165. Washington: U.S. Department of Labor, Women's Bureau, 1938. 17 p.
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-----. S.O.S. for Social Security . A Memorandum Prepared for Household Employee Projects, Division of Community Y.W.C.A.'s. National Board, Y.W.C.A., New York, 1941. 13 p.
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-----. What Are Household Employers Going to Do ? Program Papers for Today and Tomorrow. New York, The Woman's Press, 1941. 15 p.
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-----. What Our $7 a Week Won't Buy . Reprinted from the Woman Press Magazine, April 1941 3 p.
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Brown, Julie Craighead. Mistress and Maid Sit Down Together. A Report of a Community Conference on Household Employment. Forecast, February 1942. pp. 35, 76-79.
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Bulletin of the Domestic Reform League . Vol. III, No. 3, April 1909. 4 p. (Boston)
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Bureau of Industrial Teacher-Training, in cooperation with the State Department of Vocational Education. Handbook for Instructors of Part-Time and Evening Trade Extension Classes in Care of the House . Austin, Texas, 1940. 94 p.
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A Butler's Life Story . The Independent, (July 1910). pp. 77-82.
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Byrne, Harriet A. and Cecile Hillyer. Unattached Women on Relief in Chicago , 1937. Bulletin No. 158. Washington: U.S. Department of Labor. Women's Bureau, 1938. 84 p.
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Canada-Department of Labour. Training for Household Employment . Dominion-Provincial Youth Training Programme. Department of Labour, Ottawa, May 1940. 5 p.
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Carr, Dolly. Help Wanted . Baby Talk, Vol. V, No. 11. New York, November 1940. p. 13, 30-32.
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Cheyney, Alice S. Cinderella and the Law in Europe . New York, The Woman's Press, May 1938. 3 p
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Chicago Girl. Vol. 2, #1, January 1930.
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Cline, Doris A. Report on S.E.R.A . Project 82 F I T A. Bulletin No. 22, Department of Guidance and Placement, Detroit Public Schools, Detroit, Michigan. File No. 6502, n.d. 20 p.
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Colwell, Irene. Report on the Community Employment Service Training School for Colored Servants . Atlanta, Georgia, June 1934. 8 p.
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Committee on Health Tests for Household Workers. Health Tests for Household Workers . n.d. 4 p.
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Committee on Household Employment. Council of Social Agencies. Family Division. Employer-Employee Co-operation in the Home . Rochester, 1937. 10 p.
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Committee on Labor and Industry. Suggested Standards for Employment - General House Worker. New York, Women's City Club of New York, January, 1940. 4 p.
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Community Employment Service Training School. Solving the Servant Problem . Atlanta, n.d. 3 p.
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Connecticut Department of Labor in Cooperation With the Y.W.C.A. of Hartford. Household Employment in Hartford, Waterbury and Litchfield, Connecticut . Hartford, Connecticut. May 1936. 41 p.
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Consumers League of Eastern Pennsylvania. Colored Women as Industrial Workers in Philadelphia. Philadelphia, 1919-1920. 47 p.
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Cook, Cara. Help Wanted! New York, Women's Trade Union League, 1939. 24 p.
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Cornell, Marie. Standards of Placement Agencies for Household Employees. U.S. Department of Labor, Women's Bureau. Bulletin. No. 112. Washington, G.P.O., 1934. 68 p.
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Crafts, Mabel E. Personnel and General Character Traits Important in Service Occupations. 1934. 9 p.
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-----. Placement Follow-Up of Women. Reprinted from the Personnel Journal, Vol. XI, No. 5, February 1933. 12 p.
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-----. Racial Relations in Domestic Service . 1932. 5 p.
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-----. Service Section, Public Employment Center of Rochester. Analysis of Cancelled Orders. Service Section. Supplemental Report to Progress Report. Public Employment Center of Rochester. Rochester, NY. December 31, 1931. 6 p.
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Davenport, Winifred A. Can Women Solve the Servant Problem. The Forecast, June 1931. pp. 343-344, 373. 3 p.
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District of Columbia Works Progress Administration. Household Service Project. Household Service Project #332 , n.d. 3 p.
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-----. Training for Service . n.d. 3 p.
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Do Servants Need A Code? A Socratic Dialogue . The Forum and Century. Vol. XCII, No. 1, pp. 34-41. New York, The Forum Publishing Co., Inc., July 1934. 8 p.
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Domestic Bureau, Central Office for Refugees. Domestic Bureau, Some Suggestions for Employers and Employees . London, n.d. 23 p.
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Domestic Employees Club, Inc. Would You Tolerate Domestic Slavery? Is There Such a Thing As Domestic Slavery Today? Milwaukee, Wisconsin. n.d. 4 p.
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Domestic Worker's Guild, Hamstead and Area. First Annual Report , 1932-1933. England. 7 p.
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Dummer, Mrs. W.F. The Responsibility of the Home . Read at the Conference on Social Hygiene Education, Los Angeles, California, April 1921. 8 p.
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Emery, Ruby Nance. Detailed Unit Plans For A Course in Household Service . Kansas State College, Department of Education. Summer, 1938. 42 p.
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-----. Detailed Unit Plans For A Course in Household Service . Kansas State College, Department of Education. Summer, 1938. 56 p.
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Fisher, Katharine. Training the Homemaker's Helper . New York, Good Housekeeping Institute. 1939. 23 p.
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Food Trades Department. Training Program for Household Service . Bulletin No. 92. January, 1939. 20 p.
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-----. Training Program for Household Service . Los Angeles, California. May 1940. 22 p.
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For the Preservation of the American Home . New York, Scientific Housekeeping, Inc., n.d. 8 p.
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Fox, Grace. Woman Domestic Workers in Washington, D.C., 1940 . Monthly Labor Review, February 1942. 22 p.
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Frankel, Ruth L. Is Homemaking a Profession? Practical Home Economics, Vol. IX, Dec. 1931, No. 2. pp. 369, 384.
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-----. Training for Domestic Service . Forecast for Home Economists, Vol. LVI, No. 9, November 1940. pp. 534-535, 552, 554, 556, 564. 7 p.
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-----. When We Consider the Servant Problem - From the Point of the Housewife . The Forecast, Vol. XL, Number 3, September 1930. pp. 134, 177-178. 3 p.
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Fredericks, Christine. Household Engineering: Scientific Management in the Home . 1923. 18 p.
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Gordon, Allison. What Shall We Do About Household Employment? American Association of University Women. Washington, D.C., October, 1940. 45 p.
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Greene, Lorenzo J. and Myra Colson Callis. The Employment of Negros in the District of Columbia . The Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, Inc. Washington, D.C., n.d., 89 p.
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Hackett, Catherine. A Code for Housewives . The Forum and Century. April 1934, Vol. XCI, No. 4. pp. 238-242.
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Hale, Beatrice Forbes-Robertson. The Future of Marriage As Forecast . The Forecast, June 1931. pp. 333, 372, 384. 3 p.
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Haynes, Elizabeth Ross, A.M. Negroes in Domestic Service in the United States . Reprinted from the Journal of Negro History, Vol. VIII, No. 4, October 1923. Washington, D.C.: The American Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, Inc. pp. 384-442.
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Holmes, Henry W. Homemaking and the Personal Equation . Journal of Home Economics, Vol. 21, No. 11, November 1929. pp. 797-808.
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Hope, Edward. To Whom It May Concern Saturday Evening Post, November 1941. 4 p.
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Horkheimer, Mary Foley and John W. Diffor, M.A. Educators Guide to Free Films . Sixth Edition, 1946. Randolph, Wisconsin: Educators Progress Service. 303 p.
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Household Employees News, Vol. 1, #3, November 1941 and Vol. 1, #4, December 1941
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Household Employment - A Symposium. (3 articles). Ellen Woodward. W.P.A.'s Program of Training for Housework , pp. 86-88; Amey E. Watson. The Responsibility of the Home Economist for Improving Employer-Employee Relationships in the Home . pp. 88-90; Leila Doman. Legislation in the Field of Househhold Employment. pp. 90-95. Journal of Home Economics, February 1939, Vol. 31, No. 2. Washington, D.C.
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Household Employment Conference. Held at Young Women's Christian Association, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, May 6, 1941. 29 p.
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Household Employment in Seattle. King County, Washington: Advisory Committee on Social Security to the Board of County Commissioners. September 1937. 81 p.
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Household Service Demonstration Centers. Works Progress Administration. Training for Service. Washington, D.C., n.d. 3 p.
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Humeston, Caroline. Household Can Be Fun . Reprinted from Occupations, the Vocational Guidance Magazine, February, 1940. New York: National Vocational Guidance Association. 4 p.
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Hurst, Marion. Household Employees Handbook . Trade and Industrial Division of Vocational Education. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 1939. 155 p.
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Industrial Department - Denver Y.W.C.A. Cost of Living Study, Household Employees . Statistician - Leonard J. Bisbing. Compilations by W.A.A. - Project Number 41567. n.d. 18 p.
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Industrial Women's Organizations, Standing Joint Committee of. Reports On Hospitals and the Patient and a Domestic Workers' Charter to be presented to the National Conference of Labour Women, Blackpool, June 2,3, and 4, 1931. Labour Party, Transport House, Smith Square, London. 22 p.
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International Child Welfare League, Inc. Committee on Home Economics. A Movement in Home Economics For Self-Supporting Young Women and Girls . New York, n.d. 4 p.
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Johnson, Eleanor. Household Employment in Chicago. U.S. Department of Labor, Women's Bureau. Bulletin of the Women's Bureau, No. 106. G.P.O., Washington, D.C. 1933. 62 p.
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Keen, George. Essentials of Co-operative Success. Labour Annual, 1933 of the Alberta Labour News. Brantford, Ontario: The Co-operative Union of Canada. 4 p.
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Keliher, Alice V., editor. Household Workers . New York: Harper and Brothers Publishers, 1941. 56 p.
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Kemmerer, Edwin Walter. The Gold Standard - Its Nature and Future. New York: Economists' National Committee on Monetary Policy, 1940. 18 p.
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Kerr, Clark and Paul S. Taylor. The Self Help Cooperatives in California . Reprinted from Essays in Social Economics. California: University of California Press, May 1935. 34 p.
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Labour Party. What's Wrong With Domestic Service? We Want to Know What You Think . London: Transport House, Smith Square, n.d. 8 p.
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League Light. Easter Greeting . Brooklyn, New York, March 1929. 24 p.
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Lebengood, Anna M. and Amey Watson. Training Household Workers in Pennsylvania . Pennsylvania Social Work, Vol. V, No. 2, October 1938. Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. pp. 44-50.
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Legal Aid Society. Domestic Employment, A Handbook . New York, 1908. 24 p.
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Lindsay, Malvina. When We Consider the Servant Problem - From the Standpoint of the Modern Houseworker . The Forecast, Vol. XL, No. 3, September 1930. pp. 135-136, 176.
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Livingstone, Helen. Training for Household Occupations in the American Home. Fourth Edition. New York City, 1936. 102 p.
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Lusby, Ruth M. Teaching Employer-Employee Relations. Journal of Home Economics, Vol. 21, No. 11, November 1929. pp. 824-826.
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Lyle, Mary S. and Rua Van Horn. Homemaking Education Programs for Adults. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of the Interior. Office of Education. Vocational Education Bulletin No. 195. Home Economics Series No. 22, 1938. 125 p.
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MacDonald, Alice. Do You Know Your Place? Junior League Magazine, April 1941. pp. 28,62.
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-----. Housework, The Feudal Occupation. Junior League Magazine, March, 1941. pp. 38-39, 56.
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-----. Where Do We Go From Here? Junior League Magazine, May 1941.
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MacLeod, Sarah. Housecleaning Made Easier. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Farmers' Bulletin No. 1180. Washington, D.C., G.P.O., 1933. Issued January 1921; revised May 1926. 18 p.
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Magnus, Erna. Domestic Workers in Philadelphia: Summary and Conclusion . n.d. 7 p.
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-----. Negro Domestic Workers in Private Homes In Baltimore. Reprinted from Social Security Bulletin, Vol. 4, No. 10. Federal Security Agency, Social Security Board. Washington, D.C., October 1941. (G.P.O.: 1942). 7 p.
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McCormick, Ada. Exit the Cook. Good Housekeeping, April 1931. 4 p.
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McGregor, Virginia. A Study of the Wages of Household Employees in the Y.W.C.A.'s of Thirteen Illinois Communities . Chicago, Illinois, 1939. 13 p.
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McGrew, Lilian Culbertson and J.R. Hawke. A Study of Household Employment in Omaha, Nebraska. Made jointly by the Omaha Y.W.C.A. and the Omaha Public Schools, 1932. 47 p.
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Millar's Chicago Letter. Household Employment , Vol. 1, #29, October 18, 1939. 8 p.
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Minneapolis Public Schools. Program of Studies in the Girl's Vocational High School , 1929. 11 p.
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Moffett, Carol Willis. House Cleaning: Management and Methods. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Farmers' Bulletin No. 1834. Washington, D.C.: G.P.O., 1940. 22 p.
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National Committee of Household Workers. Bulletin I and III. , Volume I. To Promote Efficiency Among Household Workers, So That Their Working Conditions Generally May Be Improved and Standardized. October 1, 1937. 8 p.; February 1, 1938. 4 p. Cincinnati, Ohio. 8 p.
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National Committee on Employer-Employee Relationships in the Home. Summary of Second Conference . New York City, April 13 and 14, 1931. 19 p.
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National Committee on Household Employment. Bulletin . 1934-36
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National Committee on Prisons and Prison Labor, Report of a Survey made by the Committee on Care and Training of Delinquent Women and Girls of Industries for Correctional Institutions for Women. New York, 1927. 144 p.
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National Council on Household Employment. Bulletin. 1939-1941.
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-----. A Voluntary Agreement in Household Employment . The Committee on Household Employment of the Y.W.C.A. of Chicago. April, 1942. 3 p.
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-----. Women Are Cleaning House! Haverford, Pennsylvania. n.d. 4 p.
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National Management Council of the U.S.A. Seventh International Management Congress. Washington, D.C., September 23, 1938. Home Management Papers . Baltimore, Maryland: Waverly Press, Inc., 1938. 121 p.
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-----. September 19-23, 1938. Proceedings . Baltimore, Maryland: The Waverly Press, Inc., 1938. 339 p.
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National Training School for Women and Girls, Inc. Circular of Information for the Twelfth Annual Session . Washington, D.C., 1921-22.
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National Urban League. Department of Industrial Relations. My Vocation With Special Reference To The Problems Faced by Negro Youth . New York, n.d. 16 p.
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-----. Today and Tomorrow. Statement of the Purposes and Plans of the Fourth Vocational Opportunity Campaign to Improve the Status of Negro Workers . May 7-14, 1933. New York, NY 3 p.
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National Urban League. Workers' Bureau. The Workers' Council Bulletin No. 16. The Need of Organization Among Household Employees . May 28, 1937. New York. 7 p.
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National Vocational Guidance Association. Broadcast of January 9, 1940. Produced by CBS Department of Education. American at Work . Bulletin No. 35. The Household Worker. New York, 1940. 23 p.
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National Women's Trade Union League of America. Life and Labor Bulletin , Vol. IX, No. 10 - Serial No. 97, December 1931. 4 p.
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-----. Life and Labor Bulletin , No. 19, February 1941. 4 p.
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National Youth Administration. Resident Home - Management School . Binghamton, New York, Broome County Advisory Council and the Binghamton Women's Organizations, February 1938. 4 p.
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National Youth Administration for Kentucky. Domestic Service . Louisville, Kentucky, NYS Guidance Project, Division of Educational Aid, 8/1/37. 64 p.
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National Youth Administration of Illinois. Occupational Information. Research Report on Domestic Occupations . May 12, 1936. Chicago, Illinois. 37 p.
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Needleman, Rae L. Are Domestic Workers Coming of Age. American Federationist, Vol. 46, No. 10, October 1939. pp. 1070-1075.
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New York Household-Placement Association. Warning, Danger To All Employers of Domestic Labor . n.d. New York. 6 p.
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New York State Division of Placement and Unemployment Insurance. Bureau of Research and Statistics. Statistics Report No. 3. Miscellaneous Series. Help-Wanted Advertising. New York City, 1939-1940. 103 p.
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New York State. National Youth Administration. Federal Security Agency. Resident Work Center Directory . February 1, 1941. 57 p.
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New York Women's Trade Union League. Annual Report, 1939-1940 . New York, New York. 22 p.
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Oklahoma City Board of Education. The New Step. A Guidebook for Pupils. Separate High Schools, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. 1938. 47 p.
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Pasadena League of Women Voters. Department of Economic Welfare. Pasadena Study of Domestic Occupations - 1937 . Pasadena, December 1937. 23 p.
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Pennsylvania State Employment Service. Household Employment As A Profession . Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, n.d. 3 p.
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-----. Report of the Conference on Household Employment . April 19, 1940. Frick Training School, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 26 p.
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Philadelphia Council on Household Occupations. Digest of Findings of the Philadelphia Study of Household Employment . Philadelphia. n.d. 8 p.
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Philadelphia Institute on Household Occupations. Final Report, August 1939. 71 p
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Philadelphia Standards Committee of the W.P.A. Household Demonstration Project. Proposals For A Voluntary Agreement in Household Employment . June 1938. 4 p.
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Pidgeon, Mary Elizabeth and Margaret Thompson Mettert. Employed Women and Family Support . U.S. Department of Labor. Women's Bureau. No. 168. G.P.O., Washington, D.C., 1939. 57 p.
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Problems of the Home, Discussed By Outlook Readers. Outlook, September 14, 1912. pp. 71-82.
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Robinson, Elizabeth V. House Care Manual . State of New York. Department of Correction, Westfield State Farm, Bedford Hills, New York, 1941. 115 p.
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Robinson, Grace. My Maid - Impossible Female. A Search for the Perfect Servant . Liberty, March 22, 1930, pp. 52-60.
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Robinson, Mary V. A New Program for Household Workers . Presented at the Panel On New and Specialized Services of the Convention of International Association of Public Employment Service, Kansas City, Missouri, May 16, 1940. Washington, U.S. Department of Labor, Women's Bureau, 1940. 7 p.
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-----. Domestic Workers and Their Employment Relations . A Study Based on the Records of the Domestic Efficiency Association of Baltimore, Maryland. U.S. Department of Labor. Women's Bureau. Bulletin of the Women's Bureau, No. 39. Washington, G.P.O., 1924. 87 p.
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-----. Why Workers Object to Household Employment . Labor Information Bulletin, Vol. IV, No. 10, October 1937. pp. 12-13.
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Robinson, Selma. Mrs. Spencer's Maid is Leaving! Good Housekeeping, March 1939. pp. 29-29, 82-88. p. 9
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Roelofs, Henrietta. Studies of Labor Problems in Household Employment . Reprinted from the Bulletin of the American Home Economics Association, Series 4, No. 5, December 1916. Household Employment Commission of the National Board of the Young Women's Christian Association, New York City. pp. 46-56.
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-----. The Road to Trained Service in the Household . Y.W.C.A., Bulletin #2, 1915, 8 pp. multicopy, 11 pp.
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Ross, Ishbel. The Vanishing Domestic. Coronet, January 1942. pp. 112-116.
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School of Scientific Housekeeping , 1940-41. NY, n.d. 35 p.
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Schools for Women Workers in Industry . Reprint Bryn Mawr Alumnae Bulletin, December 1929. 11 p.
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Seeley, Evelyn. Our Feudal Housewives . The Nation, May 28, 1938. pp. 613-615.
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Sergel, Ruth. The Women In the House: Stories of Household Employment . New York: Women's Press, 1938. 149 p.
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Servant in the Home . Fortune, Vol. IV, No. 6, December 1931. pp. 44-47.
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Servants are Humans. Anonymous. The Forum. pp. 165-170. n.d.
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Smith, Florence P. State Minimum-Wage Laws and Orders: An Analysis . Bulletin of the Women's Bureau, No. 167. Washington, D.C.: G.P.O., 1939. 34 p.
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Smith's Vocational School. Household Arts Department. School and Employment Standards for Household Service . Northhampton, Massachusetts. n.d. 6 p.
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Snyder, Eleanor M. Job Histories of Women Workers at the Summer Schools, 1931-34 and 1938 . Washington: U.S. Department of Labor, Women's Bureau, Bulletin No. 174, 1939. 25 p.
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State Board of Control for Vocational Education. Trade and Industrial and Home Economics Division. Home Assistants: Vocational Training Program . Bulletin No. 247. Lansing, Michigan, 1938. 75 p.
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Stitt, Louise. Household Employment: The Problem Nationally. Symposium on Household Employment held in New York City, November 1939. Haverford, Pennsylvania, National Council on Household Employment. l6 p.
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Stocks, Ester H. A Community Home Assistants Experiment. An Experimental Demonstration of the Institute for the Co-ordination of Women's Interests. Smith College, Northampton, Massachusetts, 1928. 30 p.
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Symposium on Household Employment, Report of. New Days - New Ways Women Are Cleaning House . Held in New York, N.Y., November 28, 1939. 52 p.
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Tolman, Edna. So You Can't Keep a Maid! The Saturday Evening Post, October 9, 1943. pp. 22-23, 91-93.
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Trade and Industrial Education. Guideposts for Employers . Prepared from Conferences held at the Y.W.C.A. Sponsored by the Employers Advisory Committee of the Household Employee Training Service of the Oklahoma City Public Schools, Y.M.C.A. and Trade and Industrial Department. n.d. 11 p.
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Training for Household Employment. l. The W.P.A. Program by Florence Kerr. 2. In Canada by Isabella Alexander. Journal of Home Economics, Vol. 32, No. 7, Sept. 1940. American Home Economics Association, Washington, D.C. pp. 437-442.
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U.S. Department of Labor. Holidays on Vacation for Household Workers: Bulletin Survey to Report on Programs in 19 Cities. Labor Information Bulletin, April 1947. Washington, D.C.: G.P.O. 2 p.
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U.S. Department of Labor. Women's Bureau. Domestic Workers and Legislation. Washington, April 1940. 6 p.
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-----. Domestic Workers and Legislation . Washington, February 1941. 6 p.
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-----. Household Employment: An Outlook for Study Groups . Washington, November 1940. 56 p.
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-----. Household Workers Earnings and Outgo . The Woman Worker, November 1941. Washington, 1941. p.15
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-----. Old Age Insurance for Household Workers . Bulletin No. 220. Washington, 1947. 20 p.
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-----. Reading List of References on Household Employment . Washington, September 1935. 19 p.
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-----. Reading List of References on Household Employment . Bulletin No. 138. Washington, 1936. 15 p.
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-----. Reading List of References on Household Employment . Bulletin No. 154. Washington, 1938. 17 p.
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-----. Reading List of References on Household Employment (Supplement to Women's Bureau Bulletin 154. Washington, November 1940. 11 p.
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-----. The Effect of Minimum-Wage Determinations in Service Industries . Bulletin No. 166. Washington, 1938. 44 p.
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-----. What It Is, What It Does, What It Publishes . Washington, Revised August 1941. l0 p.
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-----. Women at Work, A Century of Industrial Change . Bulletin No. 161. Washington, 1939. 80 p.
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U.S. Department of the Interior. Office of Education. Vocational Division. An Educational Program for Household Employment, Trade and Industrial and Home Economics Education. Misc. 1717. November 1935. 56 p.
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-----. Household Employment Problems: A Handbook for Round-Table Discussions Among Household Employers. Home-Economics Education. Misc. 1971. September 1937. Washington, D.C. 58 p.
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-----. Vocational Training for Household Employment. Misc. 1613. Washington, 1935. 11 p.
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U.S. Federal Works Agency. Works Projects Administration. Official Directory Central - Regional and State Administrative Offices . December 1, 1940. 18 p.
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U.S. Federal Works Agency. Works Projects Administration. Division of Community Service Programs. Housekeeping Aide Circular . W.P.A. Technical Series Welfare Circular No. 3. September 10, 1941. Washington, D.C. 30 p.
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U.S. National Youth Administration. Darling Resident Center. Information for Applicants . Westchester, Pennsylvania. n.d. 12 p.
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U.S. Office of Education. Federal Security Agency. Household Employment Problems: A Handbook for Round-Table Discussions Among Household Employers . Home-Economics Education. Misc. 1971. September 1937, Reissued November 1939. Washington, D.C. 58 p.
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U.S. Women's Bureau. Woman Worker , Vol. XIX, No. 2, March 1939.
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U.S. Work Projects Administration, Professional and Service Division. Home Economics in the W.P.A. Program . Washington, n.d. 7 p.
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U.S. Works Projects Progress Administration. Division of Women's and Professional Projects. Household Service Demonstration Projects . W.P.A. Series. Household Service Demonstration Circular No. 1. Washington, D.C., July 6, 1937. 37 p.
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Washington League of Women Shoppers. Household Occupation in the District of Columbia . Washington, D.C. 17 p.
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Watson, Amey E., Ph.D. Employer-Employee Relationships in the Home . The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. Philadelphia, May 1929. Publication No. 2284. 12 p.
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-----. Household Employment and National Defense . New York: The Woman's Press. November 1940. pp. 474, 476-477, 481.
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