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Guide to the Reference Center for Marxist Studies Pamphlet Collection PE.043

Tamiment Library and Robert F. Wagner Labor Archive
Elmer Holmes Bobst Library
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New York, NY 10012
(212) 998-2630
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Tamiment Library and Robert F. Wagner Labor Archives

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This finding aid was produced using ArchivesSpace on August 30, 2018
Description is in English

Container List

Women Workers (16 pamphlets)

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 122 Folder : 8 American Working Women and the Class Struggle. Workers Library Publishers, New York, NY. (2 copies)
undated
Box: 122 Folder : 8 de Lima, Agnes. Night-Working Mothers in Textile Mills Passaic, New Jersey. National Consumer's League and the Consumer's League of New Jersey.
1920
Box: 122 Folder : 8 Edelman, Judy. Women on the Job : A Marxist-Leninist View. New Outlook Publishers, New York, NY. (2 copies)
1970
Box: 122 Folder : 8 Edelman, Judy. Women on the Job : The Communist View. New Outlook Publishers, New York, NY. (2 copies)
1973
Box: 122 Folder : 8 Gordon, Evelyn B. Weaving the Future. Workers Library Publishers, New York, NY.
1937
Box: 122 Folder : 8 Hutchins, Grace. What Every Working Woman Wants. Workers Library Publishers, New York, NY. (2 copies)
1935
Box: 122 Folder : 8 Hutchins, Grace. Women Who Work. International Pamphlets.
undated
Box: 122 Folder : 8 McConnell, Dorothy. Women, War and Fascism. American League Against War and Fascism, New York, NY.
1935
Box: 122 Folder : 8 Pidgeon, Mary Elizabeth. A Preview As to Women Workers in Transition from War to Peace. United States Department of Labor, Women's Bureau.
1944
Box: 122 Folder : 8 The W.F.T.U. and the Struggle of Women Workers. W.F.T.U. Publications, London.
undated
Box: 122 Folder : 8 Why Women Work. Public Affairs Committee, Inc., New York, NY. (2 copies)
1938

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