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I. Official Records of the National Committee on Household Employment [series]:
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Constitution and By-Laws, n.d.
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Minutes, 1934-39.
  1  
Minutes of Meetings, 1939-42
  1  
Bulletins, 1932, 1939-41
  1  
Bulletins - Rough drafts, notes, correspondence, 1934-40.
  1  
Certification of Incorporation, 1940.
  1  
Chicago, Ill. - Affiliate, 1929, 1934
  1  
Clippings, 1910, 1933-42
  1  
Financial Records/Correspondence, 1935-39
  1  
Forum on household employment, 1942
  1  
Membership files, 1934-39
  1  
Miscellaneous
  1  
New Haven, Conn. Council, 1940-42
  1  
Programs, n.d.
  1  
Promotional literature
  1  
Proposals for a Voluntary Agreement in Household Employment
  1  
Questionnaires - Instructions
  1  
Recommendations in regard to the reorganization of the ....
  1  
Relationship with Bryn Mawr College, 1939
  1  
Research Project, 1937
 
II. General Correspondence [series]:
  1  
Between Mrs. Raleigh Hansl and Hildegarde Kneeland, (Home Economist, U.S. Bureau of Home Economics) re Use of Time by Homemakers Study - includes questionnaires, forms, etc., 1927
  1  
Between Amey Watson and Encyclopedia of Social Sciences re article by Watson - includes draft of article on domestic service; to Emma Gunther (Columbia University) from Mary Anderson, (Director, U.S. Women's Bureau) re copy of a thesis (copy attached); by Ardis Carr re placement of domestic workers'; request to Gunther asking her to speak at various functions and routine, 1930-32
  1  
To E. Gunther re speaking engagements; with Benjamin R. Andrews (Prof., Columbia University) and Anna Burdick (Fed. Agent for Industrial Education) re routine; to Andrews from Dorothy Wells (National. Board of YWCA) re the YWCA reporting on their work of training household employees to Andrews from (Pres. AFL) William Green re the organizing of domestic employees; to Dorothy Wells from Mary LaDame, (Associate Director, U.S. Employment Service) re incorporating the employment service of YWCA with state services; to Andrews from Amey Watson re tentative proposals for working agreements in Household Employment; between Mary Anderson and Grace Coyle (National. Board of YMCA) re National Code for household employees; between Andrews and Gen. Hugh Johnson (WRA) re need for Industrial Code for household workers and routine, 1933
  1  
To Frances Perkins from Mrs. F.M. Chase (a domestic servant) re the need for a code for the domestic worker; to Henry Wallace from a farm worker; to Gunther from Marie White (training section - TVA) re questionnaires from the Home Economics Service of the Office of Education; to Gunther from Irene Colwell, (secretary - Community Employment Service, Atlanta, GA) giving details of the set-up and program of the Community Employment Service Training School in Atlanta (5 p. letter); to Andrews from Amelia Doddridge re training for household workers by the Cleveland YWCA, asking for suggestions in setting up courses; to Gunther from Salvation Army, Inc. (Pittsburgh) re National Committee not having a representative from Pittsburgh; from Katherine Gardner (National Council of Churches) to Gunther re ordinance requiring physical examinations; and routine, 1934 (Jan.-June)
  1  
Letter to Mrs. F.D. Roosevelt from National Committee on Household Employment (unsigned) re the Committee's appreciation for her interest and willingness to act as honorary chairman and outlining the progress and activities of the Committee (3 p.); memos to Dorothy Wells from Emma Gunther re Program Committee meeting - January 21-22; from Mary Dreier (Women's City Club of NY) to Gunther re problems of setting up standards for household workers; completed form re National Committee for Public Administration Clearing House which gives purpose and activities of the organization; report on program committee meeting, November 1934; misc. undated and routine, July-December 1934
  1  
Letter to Gunther from YWCA (Providence, R.I.) re their activities concerning classes for domestic workers; Gunther from City of Grand Rapids, Michigan re regulation for household employment; Gunther from Maude King (Syracuse University) re university women as household employees - statistics from questionnaires; to Andrews from Pennsylvania State Employment Service re setting up a training course in Philadelphia for household employees; between John B. Andrews (American Association for Labor Legislation) and Benjamin Andrews re study for the need of accident compensation; to Gunther from Amey Watson re routine; to Andrews from Anna Burdick (U.S. Office of Education) re Washington School of Household Employment; and routine, January-March 1935
  1  
To Dorothy Wells from Benjamin Andrews re attached paper by Laura I. Baldt entitled Liveries and Uniforms for Household Employees , 6 p. and the possibility of publishing it as a bulletin of the Committee; between Lucy Mason (National Consumers League) and Gunther re legislation in California including domestics in the hours law; routine correspondence between Watson and Gunther; many requests for bulletins and training courses; and other routine, 1935 (April-May)
  1  
Many requests for the Committee's publication, Volunteer Agreements between Employer and Employee ; and other routine, 1935 (June-December)
  1  
Requests for publications; from Gunther to NBC Studios re skit on household employment, entitled, Let's Talk It Over , 6 p.; to Wells from Anna Burdick (U.S. office of Education) re statement for Social Work Yearbook, Training for Household Employment , 2 p.; letter to Andrews from a household worker re wages, hours, etc.; to a household employee from Wells replying to her letter of complaint re hours, wages, etc. and routine, 1936
  1  
Routine requests for publications; correspondence between Watson and Wells and between Watson and Gunther re conference and the possibility of getting a foundation to back a research project financially; correspondence between Wells and Eva Von Baur Hansl, including 10 p. mss. by Hansl, entitled, Dignity for Domesticity ; correspondence and proposals for a voluntary agreement on household employees from Urban League of Pittsburgh, 1937 (January-May)
  1  
Correspondence re research project - working out a proposal and obtaining funding, meetings, etc.; letter from Frances Perkins to Wells re support of research project; from Urban League of Pittsburgh to Wells re household workers training in Pittsburgh, 1937 (June-July)
  1  
Copy of form letter sent out by Committee appealing for financial assistance and replies for same (same as file folder 32) and routine, 1937 (August-September)
  1  
Routine re publication requests, etc., 1937-1939 (October-December)
  1  
Routine correspondence of Dorothy P. Wells, Chairman, National Board, YWCA, 1938 (January-April)
  1  
Correspondence between Amey Watson and Dorothy Wells re leadership of the National Committee on Household Employment 5/24/38; and attendance at the International Management Conference 9/38; correspondence with Dorothy Wells re future of National Committee, shortage of funds, possible merger with Women's City Club of New York City and routine, 1938 (May-December)
  1  
Includes a report sent 3/21/39 re conference on housekeeper service held under the auspices of the Children's Bureau, U.S.D.O.L., 11;6/37. 10 pp.; minutes of Sub-Committee on Selection of Chairman and New Members, National Committee on Household Employment, 3/25/39. 2 pp; correspondence re Dr. Erna Magnus' research project; 5 p. paper read by Amey Watson, Next Steps in Household Employment , and routine, 1939 (January-April)
  1  
Correspondence re relationship between National Committee and Bryn Mawr College; Dr. Erna Magnus' study 5/18; includes a suggested plan for the relationship between National Council and Bryn Mawr College 5/23; and routine May, 1939
  1  
Routine Correspondence, 1939 (June-August)
  1  
Includes Notes on Meeting of the Interim Executive Committee, National Council on Household Employment , 9/26/39; correspondence re search for officers for the National Council; minutes of meeting of Philadelphia members of the National Council, 11/29/39; and routine, 1939 (September-December)
  1  
Correspondence with Wayne W. Light Co. re upcoming publication of Her Book and draft of Servants Are People ; and routine, 1940
  1  
Includes report on the Minnesota Industrial Conference; memos of the National Youth Admin. on Food Preparation; and other correspondence re household employment educational programs all addressed to Benjamin R. Andrews, 1942
  1  
Responses to B.R. Andrews request for information re household employees including workmen's compensation laws in various states; Summary of Discussion on Household Employment in War-Time, Philadelphia, 4/30/42; and routine, 1942-43 and n.d.
 
III. Conferences - On Employee-Employer Relationships In The Home, 1928 and 1931 (and others) [series]:
 
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
  2  
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
  2  
Letter asking Mrs. F.D. Roosevelt to speak before the Parents' League of Greenwich (CT) and routine. no date
  2  
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
  2  
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
  2  
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.
  2  
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
  2  
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
  2  
Re problems within committee - delay of conference decided; list of National Committee; re continued search for permanent chairman. February 1931
  2  
Re plans for conference; form letters re the conference; acceptances and regrets. March 1931
  2  
Same as file folder 17. April 1-10, 1931
  2  
Same as file folder 17. April 11-27, 1931
  2  
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
  2  
Correspondence re various articles written about household employees; re preparation of the summary of the conference; and routine. July-September 1931
  2  
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
  2  
Correspondence between Watson, Carner and Andrews re publishing the material of the National Committee; and misc. 1932-1934
 
B. Conference documents [subseries]:
  2  
Biography - re household employment, 8 pp. n.d.
  2  
Bulletin - Household Employment Bulletin. National Committee on Employer-Employee Relationships in the Home, No. 1, July 20th, 1933.
  2  
The Conference of the National Committee on Employer-Employee Relationships in the Home - And What Led Up To It , 6 pp. 1931
  2  
Conferences on Household Employment, Under the Auspices of - National Committee on Employer-Employee Relationships in the Home, 1928-31 , (draft copies of) 23 pp.
  2  
Conference Minutes. Transcript of Conference on Employee-Employer Relationships in the Home, October 17, 1928 . 213 pp.
  2  
Executive Committee - 5 page form letter from B. Andrews, Acting Chairman to Executive Committee re plans for the future. 1934
  2  
Financial - correspondence, reports, statements re National Committee expenses, 1931
  2  
History. 3 page brochure. 1928
  2  
Invitations, acceptances, etc. Includes lists, correspondence, etc. 1931
  2  
Lists of those attending and not attending. 1928
  2  
Lists of organizations and individuals interested in receiving findings of National Conference. 1931
  2  
Members of the National Committee. 1928
  2  
Minutes of meetings - Minutes of the National Committee on Employer-Employee Relationships in the Home. Includes agendas, minutes, and notes of meetings. 1928-1931
  2  
Miscellaneous - Includes miscellaneous items - study outline, handwritten notes, list, etc. n.d.
  2  
Miscellaneous "not used" material - Includes questionnaire and article by Eva Von Baur Hansl Household Occupations and the Employment Situation , 4 p. 1931
  2  
National Committee - Functions. 3 p., Functions of the National Committee on Employer-Employee Relationships in the Home as formulated by the National Conference. 1928
  2  
National Committee - Misc. 4 pp. summary and information re the National Committee and misc. 1928-1931
  2  
Problems and suggestions submitted to 1928 Conference. Correspondence and lists of problems and suggestions by various groups and individuals for discussion at Conference. 1928
  2  
Programs - Includes programs, drafts of programs, tentative programs of the Conferences. 1928-1931
  2  
Publicity - Clippings, correspondence re articles, mss. by Eva Von Baur Hansl, Domesticity Dignified and misc. 1928-1931
  2  
Questionnaires - miscellaneous questionnaires re domestic work, etc. n.d.
  2  
Release - 3 p. release, October 17, 1928 re the 2 day conference. 1928
  2  
Reports - Includes 5 p. report by Amey Watson entitled Progress and Problems in the Field Employer-Employee Relationships in the Home , and other misc. reports. 1928-1931
  2  
Reports of the Findings Committee - Includes reports of the Committee for both 1928 and 1931 Conferences. 1928-1931
  2  
Standards - Household Workers re suggested standards for houseworkers. 1931
  2  
Summary - Conference - Watson. 3 p. summary of 1928 Conference re Of Underlying Assumptions and Objectives of the Conference . 1928
  2  
Summary - Conference. Summary of 2nd Conference, April 13-14, 1931 , 19 pp.
  2  
Summary of Problems Submitted For Conference. 1928
  2  
Summary of Work of Organizations. 6 p. Summary of Work Organizations by Conference on Employer-Employee Relationships in the Home. 1928.
  2  
Other Conferences re Conference on Household Problems, Teachers College, May 17, 1933; Conference on a Code of Household Employment, October 16, 1933; and misc. 1933
  2  
Other Conferences: All-day Regional Conference on Household Employment, April 27, 1937 at the NY Herald Tribune Institute . Includes programs, correspondence, notes, lists of attendees, case studies and misc. 1937
 
IV. Subject Files [series]:
  3  
Apprenticeship - Household Employment - Mss. Notes, 1917, 1921
  3  
Bibliographies on Household Employment
  3  
Britain Labor Party, 1932
  3  
California - Applications for Employment, 1931-32
  3  
California - Assembly Bill 794 - Hours of Work/Household Employees
  3  
California - Division of Labor Statistics, 1940-41
  3  
California - General, 1941
  3  
California, Los Angeles - Frank Wiggins Trade School, 1940-41
  3  
California, Los Angeles - 1940-41
  3  
California, Los Angeles - 1942 - Training Course in Household Employment
  3  
California, San Diego - 1940
  3  
California, San Francisco - 1940-41
  3  
California, Standards, n.d
  3  
Canada. Home Service Training Schools - n.d.
  3  
Canada. Ontario Department of Labor - 1939
  3  
Canada, Toronto - YWCA Notes, June 1934
  3  
Census Data - Household Employment, June 17, 1937
  3  
Code of Ethics for Household Employees, n.d.
  3  
Colorado, Denver - Emily Griffith Opportunity School, 1935, 1938
  3  
Committee on Street Corner Markets for Household Workers in New York City - Minutes of the Sub-Committee, 8/20/41
  3  
Committee on Supervised Homemaker - Housekeeper Service, National Conference on Social Work, 1939-40
  3  
Community Councils on Household Employment, n.d.
  3  
Contracts (Sample) - Between mistress and maid, n.d.
  3  
Cost of Living Surveys, 1937-38
  3  
Denmark, 1906-1931
  3  
Detroit. Household Employment Committee. Rules, standards, etc., n.d.
  3  
Domestic Placement - Study, tests, etc. 1933-34
  3  
Domestic Workers Association, 1940-41
  3  
Domestic Workers - Germany, 1934
  3  
Domestic Workers - Miscellaneous
  3  
Domestic Workers - Photographs
  3  
Domestic Workers - Social Insurance Research Project, 1939
  3  
Domestic Workers Union - Organizing literature, 1937
  3  
Georgia (Atlanta) Community Employment Service Training School. Outline, 1930-35
  3  
Home Economics Departments (State and Local) - Requests for material on household employment, 1934-35
  3  
Household Accidents - Student papers, 1936
  3  
Household Employees, Attempts at Unionization, 1942-43
  3  
Household Employers' Council - First Household Employment Institute, Detroit, n.d.
  3  
Household Employment - Application for test, handwritten notes, n.d.
  3  
Household Employment - Employer questionnaire, n.d.
  3  
Household Employment - High School Students
  3  
Household Employment - Household Employee Committee (St. Paul, Minneapolis) n.d.
  3  
Household Employment Institute (Columbia University) n.d.
  3  
Household Employment Legislation - 1939-40
  3  
Household Employment - Mss. and typescript tests designed to test potential confidence of servants, 1933-34
  3  
Household Employment - Notes on a course
  3  
Household Employment - Pennsylvania - 1933-39
  3  
Household Employment - Personnel problems, n.d.
  3  
Household Employment Play - (Misc.)
  3  
Household Employment Play - Norma Goodfriend, Afternoon Bridge on Wednesday and Household Helpers Day Off , January 12, 1939
  3  
Household Employment Play - Wainwright, Helen, Give and Take , n.d.
  3  
Household Employment - Requests for Material from Emergency Relief Administration (State and Local), 1934-35
  3  
Household Employment - St. Louis, 1935
  3  
Household Employment Symposium, Program, 1939
  3  
Household Employment Tests, Questionnaires, etc.
  3  
Household Employment Training
  3  
Household Employment Training Course
  3  
Household Employment Training Project
  3  
Household Employment - Washington State, n.d.
  3  
Household Employment - Wisconsin, 1939
  3  
Household Time Record, 1924
  3  
Household Training - List of Schools offering training under George-Dean, Smith Hughes Act, n.d.
  3  
Household Workers Training Project, 1938
  3  
Institute on Labor Relationships Within the Home, n.d.
  3  
National Youth Administration, 1941-51
  3  
New York Household Placement Association, n.d.
  3  
New York Roslyn High School - Household Training in Domestic Service, n.d.
  3  
New York State - Household Employment, 1939
  3  
Oklahoma - Household Employment, 1940-42
  3  
Pennsylvania - Medical Society Health Examination form, n.d.
  3  
Pennsylvania (Philadelphia) Central Committee on Household Occupations - Questionnaires on Domestic Employment and on Household Employment
  3  
Pennsylvania (Philadelphia) Council on Household Occupations - Minutes, correspondence, 1931
  3  
Pennsylvania (Philadelphia) Institute on Household Occupations, 1937, 1941
  3  
Pennsylvania (Philadelphia) YMCA - Standards for Household Employment presented by Sub-Committee on Household Employment, 1945
  3  
Philadelphia. Committee on Household Employment. The Job Analysis of Household Maintenance - Report of the Committee, 1929 (?) unpaged.
  3  
Pittsburgh Committee on Household Employment - Proposals for a voluntary agreement in household employment, 1937
  3  
Puerto Rico - Household Employees, 1938
  3  
Schedules for Household Employees
  3  
Servant Problem - Excerpts from the Psychology of the Servant Problem... 1925
  3  
Servants
  3  
Unemployment Compensation - Legislation, 1939
  4  
WPA Household Demonstration Project - Philadelphia Standards Committee - Proposals for a Voluntary Agreement in Household Employment, 1938
  4  
WPA for Pennsylvania. Household Workers Training Project, 1938-39
  4  
WPA for Pennsylvania. Household Workers Training Project, reports and forms, 1938, 1940
  4  
WPA for Pennsylvania. Household Service Demonstration Project - Semi-Annual Report, June 30, 1938
  4  
WPA - Household Workers Project. 1934-1939
  4  
World's YWCA - Misc. 1930-1940
  4  
YWCA - Evaluation of Household Employment and sample questionnaires, 1929
  4  
YWCA Hartford. Standards for Household Employment, n.d.
  4  
YWCA Industrial Department - tentative standards adopted by household employees, 4/7/33
  4  
YWCA Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - Household Institute Project, 1936-37
  4  
YWCA Public Affairs Committee - statement on extension of social security to domestic workers, 3/22/39
  4  
YWCA. Trade School (NYC) - School of Household Employment, 1895-1933
  4  
MISCELLANEOUS
 
V. Publications and Manuscripts [series]:
 
A. Publications [subseries]:
  4  
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.
  4  
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
  4  
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.
  4  
Anderson, Mary. An Occupational Analysis of Household Employment . Reprinted from Seventh International Management Congress. Washington, D.C., 1938. Homes Management Section. 7 p.
  4  
-----. Household Employment . Reprint #37. Chicago, Social Science Associates, n.d. 4 p.
  4  
-----. 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.
  4  
Andrews, Benjamin R. Household Employment and Community Resources. Reprinted from Seventh International Management Congress. Washington, D.C., 1938. Home Management Section. pp. 61a-61c
  4  
-----. Household Employment: Its Background and Prospects. Reprinted from the Women's Press, July 1931. 4 p.
  4  
-----. New York Symposium on Household Employment. Journal of Home Economics, February 1940. pp. 98-99 and 136.
  4  
Bartlett, Helen. Maid Service for the Average Household . Chicago, The Chicago Tribune, n.d. 8 p.
  4  
Belcher, Elizabeth C. Household Employment . 1940. 63 p.
  4  
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.
  4  
Boone, Gladys. Household Employment : Lynchburg Study, 1936-1937. Y.W.C.A., Lynchburg, Virginia. 6 p.
  4  
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.
  4  
Bromley, Dorothy Dunbar. Are Servants People? Condensed from Scribner's Magazine. pp. 53-55
  4  
Brown, Jean. Brief on Household Employment in Relation to Trade Union Organization . Washington: U.S. Department of Labor, Women's Bureau, 1938. 17 p.
  4  
-----. Concerns of Household Workers. Program With Household Workers in the Y.M.C.A. New York, The Woman's Press, 1941. 167 p.
  4  
-----. Domestic Workers and Unions . Reprint from American Federationist, May 1938. 12 p. carbon.
  4  
-----. Household Workers . Washington: U.S. Department of Labor, Women's Bureau, 1940. 48 p.
  4  
----- Relationships in the Home. New York, The Woman's Press, October 1940. 2 p.
  4  
-----. The Negro Woman Worker . Bulletin No. 165. Washington: U.S. Department of Labor, Women's Bureau, 1938. 17 p.
  4  
-----. 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.
  4  
-----. What Are Household Employers Going to Do ? Program Papers for Today and Tomorrow. New York, The Woman's Press, 1941. 15 p.
  4  
-----. What Our $7 a Week Won't Buy . Reprinted from the Woman Press Magazine, April 1941 3 p.
  4  
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.
  4  
Bulletin of the Domestic Reform League . Vol. III, No. 3, April 1909. 4 p. (Boston)
  4  
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.
  4  
A Butler's Life Story . The Independent, (July 1910). pp. 77-82.
  4  
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.
  4  
Canada-Department of Labour. Training for Household Employment . Dominion-Provincial Youth Training Programme. Department of Labour, Ottawa, May 1940. 5 p.
  4  
Carr, Dolly. Help Wanted . Baby Talk, Vol. V, No. 11. New York, November 1940. p. 13, 30-32.
  4  
Cheyney, Alice S. Cinderella and the Law in Europe . New York, The Woman's Press, May 1938. 3 p
  4  
Chicago Girl. Vol. 2, #1, January 1930.
  4  
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.
  4  
Colwell, Irene. Report on the Community Employment Service Training School for Colored Servants . Atlanta, Georgia, June 1934. 8 p.
  4  
Committee on Health Tests for Household Workers. Health Tests for Household Workers . n.d. 4 p.
  4  
Committee on Household Employment. Council of Social Agencies. Family Division. Employer-Employee Co-operation in the Home . Rochester, 1937. 10 p.
  4  
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.
  4  
Community Employment Service Training School. Solving the Servant Problem . Atlanta, n.d. 3 p.
  4  
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.
  4  
Consumers League of Eastern Pennsylvania. Colored Women as Industrial Workers in Philadelphia. Philadelphia, 1919-1920. 47 p.
  4  
Cook, Cara. Help Wanted! New York, Women's Trade Union League, 1939. 24 p.
  4  
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.
  4  
Crafts, Mabel E. Personnel and General Character Traits Important in Service Occupations. 1934. 9 p.
  4  
-----. Placement Follow-Up of Women. Reprinted from the Personnel Journal, Vol. XI, No. 5, February 1933. 12 p.
  4  
-----. Racial Relations in Domestic Service . 1932. 5 p.
  4  
-----. 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.
  4  
Davenport, Winifred A. Can Women Solve the Servant Problem. The Forecast, June 1931. pp. 343-344, 373. 3 p.
  4  
District of Columbia Works Progress Administration. Household Service Project. Household Service Project #332 , n.d. 3 p.
  4  
-----. Training for Service . n.d. 3 p.
  4  
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.
  4  
Domestic Bureau, Central Office for Refugees. Domestic Bureau, Some Suggestions for Employers and Employees . London, n.d. 23 p.
  4  
Domestic Employees Club, Inc. Would You Tolerate Domestic Slavery? Is There Such a Thing As Domestic Slavery Today? Milwaukee, Wisconsin. n.d. 4 p.
  4  
Domestic Worker's Guild, Hamstead and Area. First Annual Report , 1932-1933. England. 7 p.
  4  
Dummer, Mrs. W.F. The Responsibility of the Home . Read at the Conference on Social Hygiene Education, Los Angeles, California, April 1921. 8 p.
  4  
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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B. Manuscripts [subseries]:
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Alsop, Natalie. no title. several pages re domestic workers.
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Barber, Edith. Includes chapter outline, questionnaire and introduction. n.d.
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Magnus, Erma. Coverage of Domestic Workers by Social Insurance. 1939. 114 p. and tables.
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_____. Negro Domestic Workers in Private Homes in Baltimore . 18 p. transcript.
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Author Unknown. It's Fun to Work In A Home. I Really Mean It . n.d. 7 p.
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Author Unknown. Progress in the Field of Employer-Employee Relationships in the Home . n.d. 9 p.
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Author Unknown. The Extent and Types of Domestic Service .