Bulletin, Issue 17

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Page 69 - Statement and Decree concerning the Wages of Women employed in the Manufacture of Men's and Boys' Shirts, Overalls and other Workingmen's Garments, Men's Neckwear and other Furnishings, and Men's, Women's and Children's Garters and Suspenders in Massachusetts, Oct.
Page 69 - Shirts, Overalls and other Workingmen's Garments, Men's Neckwear and other Furnishings, and Men's, Women's and Children's Garters and Suspenders in Massachusetts, Oct. 26, 1917. Statement and Decree concerning the Wages of Women in Muslin Underwear, Petticoat, Apron, Kimono, Women's Neckwear and Children's Clothing Factories in Massachusetts, July 1, 1918. Statement and Decree concerning the Wages of Women in Retail Millinery Workrooms in Massachusetts, July 1, 1918. Statement and Decree concerning...
Page 30 - ... were earning as much as this. This difference was evident in other industries. Most of these women were supporting not only themselves but relatives as well. The situation in regard to this point was as shown in following table.56 -11 The commission also has said of restaurant workers, "Over one-third reported that they were wholly or partially responsible for the support of others.
Page 6 - ... wrote JBS grimly at the height of his honeymoon with the Communist party, "he may repent of his favouritism." It was in Edinburgh that Haldane received his abiding impressions of wartime Scottish Sundays. "All places of amusement were shut," he wrote. "So were the public houses. Even the churches were open for only a part of the day. On the other hand, the rather numerous prostitutes who were thus protected from an unfair competition enhanced their other blandishments by the offer of whisky.

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