Women’s Labor Literature Collection

Accession Number: SC 18:53
Location: RB-M 
Dates: 1894-1956
Size: 1 slim Hollinger; 0.15 cubic feet
Creator/Collector: Unknown
Acquisition info: Found in Map Room
Accruals: No accruals expected 
Custodial history: Unknown
Language: English
Processed by: Melissa Miller, July 2018
Conservation notes: Items placed in acid-free folders
Scope and Content: The collection contains literature related to women’s rights in the workforce and industrial settings. Items include speech transcripts, publications, fliers, and Pax International newsletters.
Arrangement: Alphabetical
Restrictions: No restrictions   
Remarks: No remarks 

Women’s Labor Literature Collection
1 slim Hollinger; 0.15 cubic feet

Box/Folder Description
 1/1  Finding aid
1/2 Addresses
     -Address by Hon. Charles C. Bonney; 1895
     -Address of the Countess of Aberdeen; 1895
     -Address to the Legislature of the United States by Carrie Chapman Catt;
     -Addresses by May Wright Sewall; 1895
1/3 Bulletins, Letters, and Fliers
     -Bulletins; 1945-1956 (2)
     -Correspondence; 1894 (3)
     -The Equal Rights Amendment; 1924
     -The Evening Mail; 1923
     -Expose “Equal Rights” Amendment; 1924
     -In America
     -Thirteen National Organizations…
     -Votes for Women a Success; [1913]
     -What To Do (2)
1/4 General Information
     -Call to Congress; 1929-1932 (2)
     -Catechism of the National Council of Women in the United States
     -Conference program; 1919
     -Council information; 1894
     -Tentative conference program; 1924
1/5 Pax International Newsletter; December 1925-January 1927 (6)
1/6 Publications
     -Abstract of Laws and Rulings Affecting Women and Children Who Work in 
      Pennsylvania; 1922
     -American Women in the Postwar World; 1944
     -An Audience at the White House; 1914
     -A Challenging National Duty; [1922] (2)
     -An Economic Challenge to American Women; 1941
     -The Eight Hours Day for Wage Earning Women; 1916
     -Equal Opportunity for Women Wage Earners Facts vs. Fiction; 1921
     -Equal Rights and “Equal Rights”; 1924
     -Industrial Standards for Women Workers; 1933
     -Is This Living?; 1919
     -Organisation of Women within the Labour Party
     -Protective Legislation in Danger; 1922
     -Should There Be Labor Laws for Women?; 1925
     -Twenty Questions about the Proposed Equal Rights Amendment of the
      Woman’s Party; 1923
     -Vacation Time; 1916
     -Why Labor Laws for Women?; 1923 -Woman’s Security Corporation; 1920
     -Women Take Stock of Themselves; 1941
     -Women’s Wages Today; 1920


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