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public schools and women in office service by Women"s Educational and Industrial Union (Boston, Mass.). Dept. of Research.

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Published by Women"s educational and industrial union in Boston, Mass .
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Edition Notes

Other titlesWomen in office service.
Statementby the Department of research, Women"s educational and industrial union, Boston, Massachusetts; prepared under the direction of May Allinson, associate director.
SeriesHalf-title: Women"s educational and industrial union, Boston. Department of research. Studies in economic relations of women, vol. VIII
ContributionsAllinson, May, 1880-
LC ClassificationsHD6073.O3 U6
The Physical Object
Pagination[vii]-xv, l87 p.
Number of Pages87
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL246102M
LC Control Numbere 15000355

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