Labor Laws for Women Anderson, Mary [1872-1964]. Should There be Labor Laws for Women? Yes. [Chicago: National Women's Trade Union League of America, 1925]. 16 pp. Stapled pamphlet in stiff wrappers, small printed presentation tag from the National Women's Trade Union League of America tipped-in to front cover. Negligible shelfwear, faint vertical crease through center, internally clean. $125. * Only edition (as an independent publication). Anderson, a Swedish immigrant, worked as a dishwasher and factory worker. She became active in the labor movement in Chicago and went on to become the first director of the Women's Bureau in the U.S. Department of Labor in 1920, a post she held with distinction until 1944. This pamphlet is a reprint of an article originally published in the September, 1925 issue of Good Housekeeping. OCLC locates 6 copies, 2 in law libraries (Duke, Osgoode Hall).
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