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"Second Day's Experiences of a Young Woman in Quest of Shelter and Work in the Great City Told to Evening World Readers"
Emmeline Pendennis
"Story of a Young Woman's Quest of Shelter and Work on Finding Herself Stranded in the Great Metropolis Without Any Friends; Her Status Akin to an Alien Immigrant Who Should Be Deported -- An Experience at the 'Maggie Lou'- 'Go Home' - Ever the Cry"""
Emmeline Pendennis
Nat Caldwell
Follow-up reporting on response to Nat Caldwell's nursing home series in the Nashville Tennessean.
Nat Caldwell
Follow-up to Nat Caldwell's nursing home investigation in the Nashville Tennesseean.
Nat Caldwell
Part VI of Nat Caldwell's six-part nursing home investigation for the Nashville Tennessean.
Nat Caldwell
Part V of Nat Caldwell's nursing home investigation for the Nashville Tennessean.
Nat Caldwell
Part IV of Nat Caldwell's nursing home investigation for the Nashville Tennesssean.
Nat Caldwell
Part II in Nat Caldwell's nursing home investigation for the Nashville Tennessean.
Nat Caldwell
Part II in Nat Caldwell's six-part nursing home investigation for the Nashville Tennesseean.
Nat Caldwell
Part II in Nat Caldwell's nursing home investigation.
"Experiences of a Literary Woman as a Working Girl"
Bessie (Mrs. John) van Vorst
Marie van Vorst
Final part of the series by the sisters-in-law van Vorst investigating how women of the other half live and work.
Nat Caldwell
The first in Caldwell's six-part expose with follow-up of his investigation of Nashville's privately owned nursing homes.
William Hard
Rheta Childe Dorr
Part VI, the final chapter in yet another series on women at work in the first decade of the twentieth century, a topic <em>Everybody's</em> revisited several times during the period and favored undercover investigations as the technique of choice.
William Hard
Rheta Childe Dorr
Part III of the series on women at work in the first decade of the twentieth century, a topic <em>Everybody's</em> revisited several times during the period and favored undercover investigations as the technique of choice.
William Hard
Rheta Childe Dorr
Part III of the series on women at work in the first decade of the twentieth century in <em>Everybody's</em>, a topic the magazine revisited several times during the period and favored undercover investigations as the technique of choice.
William Hard
Rheta Childe Dorr
Part II of yet another series for <em>Everybody's Magazine</em> by William Hard and Rheta Childe Dorr, who went undercover to investigate the lives of women at work in the first decade of the twentieth century.
Wlliam Hard
Rheta Childe Dorr
Another series published by Everybody's Magazine about women at work in the United States in a variety of low wage-earning jobs. Dorr, like her many predecessors among women journalists, went undercover to investigate. William Hard ultimately wrote the series. Mrs. Dorr's name was restored to the co-byline after she threatened legal action.
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