working girls

Lucy Hosmer
An undercover expose of life for the working women of the shoe factories of St. Louis, under the direction of Charles Chapin, who favored the method at every newspaper he edited.
Nellie Bly Tells How It Feels to Be a White Slave; She Tries Her Hand at Making Paper Boxes; Difficulty in Getting a Job; Most Work Two Weeks for Nothing; After One Learns the Trade It Is Hard to Earn a Living; A Fair Picture of the Work
Nellie Bly
"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.
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.
"Labeling Pillowcases in a Bleachery"
Cornelia Stratton Parker
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