Adela Rogers St. John

Writer Finds It Provided 55,000 Hours Work - Many Helped - Financial Aid Urged for Committee by Miss St. Johns
Adela Rogers St. Johns
In the last part of Adela Rogers St. Johns' experience posing as an unemployed woman, she concludes what one major step she feels will help penniless women thrive.
'Chest Should Have Central Bureau to Direct Help' - 'War Times' - 'Agencies Not Awake to Desperate Need of Jobless'
Adela Rogers St. Johns
Adela Rogers writes a series in the LA Examiner about her experience posing as an unemployed, poor and friendless girl in Los Angeles. In the eighth part of her series, Adela comes to some conclusions about her time spent living unemployed.
Writer Tells How She Begged Money for Her Flowers - Rebuffs - Trials and Troubles of Girls Selling to Public Revealed
Adela Rogers St. Johns
Adela Rogers writes a series in the LA Examiner about her experience posing as an unemployed, poor and friendless girl in Los Angeles. In the seventh part of her series, Adela describes her time spent "selling things" to try and make money.
Shabbiness Breaks Their Morale, and Soap Is Precious – Hard Road – Writer Penetrates Further Into Grimm Reality
Adela Rogers St. Johns
Adela Rogers writes a series in the LA Examiner about her experience posing as an unemployed, poor and friendless girl in Los Angeles. In the sixth part of her series, Adela describes the loss of morale that takes place within the army of unemployed women.
Refused Help by Community Chest After Long Wait, Finally Sent to Christ Faith Mission Where All Received With Equal Kindness
Adela Rogers St. Johns
Adela Rogers writes a series in the LA Examiner about her experience posing as an unemployed, poor and friendless girl in Los Angeles. In this first-hand recount, Adela describes her time spent within charitable agencies and institutions.
Writer Takes Job as Mother's Helper in Small Family – $15 Month – Tasks Prove Hard, but Kindness Shown Her Brings Joy
Adela Rogers St. Johns
Adela Rogers writes a series in the LA Examiner about her experience posing as an unemployed, poor and friendless girl in Los Angeles. In this article, Adela recounts her experience working as a mother's helper.
'Mother's Helper' Jobs Always Open, but Hard Tasks – Pay Little – Most Unfortunates Steer Clear of Family 'Slaving'
Adela Rogers St. Johns
Adela Rogers writes a series in the LA Examiner about her experience posing as an unemployed, poor and friendless girl in Los Angeles. In this part of the series, Adela finds that housework is the only answer to unemployment.
Adela Rogers St. Johns Relates How She Spent First Night as 'Depression Victim', Tramps Street Fearing Man Would Accost Her
Adela Rogers St. Johns
Adela Rogers writes a series in the LA Examiner about her experience posing as an unemployed, poor and friendless girl in Los Angeles. In the second part of the series, Adela writes about how she was offered a place to sleep, and her struggle searching for a job.
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