Young Working Girls: A Summary of Evidence From Two Thousand Social Workers. Robert Woods and Albert J. Kennedy Houghton Mifflin Company Boston
Houghton Mifflin Company
by Robert Woods and Albert J. Kennedy
Boston, 1913. Houghton Mifflin Company. 185 pp. Red hard cover fabric cover, printed cover and spine, full text.Foreword by Jane Addams, book documents the problems of adolescent girls in tenement housing, includes appendix, 14 chapters including "Preparation for Industry" " Inadequate Home Life as a Cause of Moral Strain" :Mixed Clubs of Boys and Girls" and " Preparation for Young Womanhood".7 3/4" x 5
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