Bessie van Vorst

"Being the Experiences of a Literary Woman as a Working Girl"
Marie van Vorst
Marie van Vorst's experiences posing as a worker in a southern mill for a five-part series in Everybody's Magazine, written with her sister-in-law, Bessie van Vorst.
"Being the Experiences of Two Gentlewomen as Factory Girls"
Bessie (Mrs. John) van Vorst
Bessie van Vorst working undercover in a knitting mill at Perry, New York for a five-part series in Everybody's about the lives of factory girls.
"Experiences of a Literary Woman as a Working Girl"
Marie van Vorst
Marie van Vorst at work in a Lynn, Massachusetts shoe factory under the name of Belle Ballard for "The Woman That Toils," a series for Everybody's Magazine produced by Marie and her sister-in-law, Bessie (Mrs. John) van Vorst. The series was presented as an act of class transvestitism and Marie described as the daughter of the late Judge van Vorst, a chancellor of the State of New York, president of the Century Club and founder of the Holland Society.
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