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Thu Oct 16 17:54:23 2014 UTClccn-no20010703530.10Kingsbury, Prof. Susan M(yra) : Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, Pa0.751.00Employment and unemployment in pre-war and Soviet Russia; report submitted to the International Association on Industrial Relations (I.R.I.)197753913no20010703535573405Kingsbury, Susan M.Kingsbury, Susan M. 1870-1949Kingsbury, Susan Myra.Kingsbury, Susan Myra 1870-1949lccn-n50076548Virginia Company of Londonedtnc-library of congressLibrary of Congresslccn-n89620531Osgood, Herbert L.(Herbert Levi)1855-1918lccn-no2006000802Fairchild, Mildred1894-lccn-n50074340Women's Educational and Industrial Union (Boston, Mass.).Department of Researchlccn-no00084615Hart, Hornell1888-1967lccn-no2001070352Persons, Charles E.(Charles Edward)viaf-309733991Francke, Marieviaf-287900882Perry, Lorinda1884-np-moses, mabelleMoses, MabelleKingsbury, Susan M.(Susan Myra)1870-1949SourcesHistoryBibliographyArchivesWomen--EmploymentUnited StatesMassachusettsVirginiaLabor laws and legislationVirginia Company of LondonSoviet UnionEconomic historyJournalismAmerican newspapersSocial historyWomenIndustriesMassachusetts--WorcesterWorking classHome economics--Study and teachingUnemployedMillineryHome laborWomen--EducationIndustrial statisticsVocational guidanceTechnical educationClothing tradeWomen--Vocational educationHome labor--Law and legislationTrade schoolsHome economicsHatsWomen college graduates--EmploymentEvening and continuation schoolsWomen--Vocational guidanceMillinery workersColonial companiesProfessionsBermudas Company for the Plantation of the Somers IslandsGreat BritainCarter, Frank--(Francis)Manners and customsDiscoveries in geographyReligionFerrar, Nicholas,Ferrar, John,Sandys, Edwin,--Sir,White, JohnLaborBry, Theodor de,Gompers, Samuel,Arbitration, IndustrialFreund, Ernst,187019491899190519061908191119131914191519161917193119321933193519371939194219691970197119731974197519771990199319992004200720112012412574228973.2F229ocn015622904ocn049150535ocn070756157ocn291101729ocn761193273ocn318441522ocn866778277ocn86591495287119ocn000246781book19110.79Kingsbury, Susan MLabor laws and their enforcement6672ocn000655473book0.56Virginia Company of LondonThe records of the Virginia company of LondonHistorySourcesCollection of court and business documents relating to the Virginia Company of London, from 1607 to 162644621ocn004068648book19370.70Kingsbury, Susan MNewspapers and the news; an objective measurement of ethical and unethical behavior by representative newspapers35023ocn016797545book19060.53Virginia Company of LondonThe records of the Virginia company of LondonHistoryArchivesSourcesCollection of court and business documents relating to the Virginia Company of London, from 1607 to 162631716ocn001038085book19350.77Kingsbury, Susan MFactory, family, and woman in the Soviet Union28613ocn023358734file19160.92Francke, MarieOpportunities for women in domestic scienceThis study done by the women's educational and industrial union of Boston on women in home economics is based on the responses of over 1,000 women to a questionnaire sent to departments of home economics around the country1838ocn001616886book19310.86Kingsbury, Susan MEmployment and unemployment in pre-war and Soviet Russia; report submitted to the World Social Economic Congress, Amsterdam, August 23-29, 19311777ocn744598994file19160.90Perry, LorindaMillinery as a trade for womenPrepared under the auspices of the Women's Educational and Industrial Union in Boston, this book focuses on the millinery trade and its problems, and presents statistics on the wages and hours of women working in the industry+-+50397190051753ocn786270421file19150.92Kingsbury, Susan MLicensed workers in industrial home work in Massachusetts analysis of current records under the auspices of the Bureau of Research, Women's Educational and Industrial Union14411ocn001833204book19140.86Martin, EleanorVocations for the trained woman : agriculture, social service, secretarial service, business of real estateMartin discusses women's employment opportunities in areas such as agriculture, social service, and business1213ocn786286434file19130.92Women's Educational and Industrial Union (Boston, Mass.)A trade school for girls a preliminary investigation in a typical manufacturing city, Worcester, Mass11712ocn004567835book19050.79Kingsbury, Susan MAn introduction to the records of the Virginia Company of London : with a bibliographical list of the extant documentsHistoryBibliography535ocn008840785book19390.82United StatesEconomic status of university women in the U.S.A443ocn005321230book19390.79American Association of University WomenEconomic status of university women in the U.S.A. : report of the Committee on Economic and Legal Status of Women, American Association of University Women in cooperation with the Women's Bureau, United States Department of Labor381ocn029099681book19170.92Women's Educational and Industrial Union (Boston, Mass.)Industrial experience of trade-school girls in Massachusetts211ocn012387056art19080.74Kingsbury, Susan MA comparison of the Virginia Company with the other English trading companies of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries115ocn457917276book19060.19Kingsbury, Susan MThe Records of the Virginia Company of LondonSources92ocn244114130book19060.96Records of the Virginia Company of LondonSources81ocn044844340file19990.23Virginia Company of LondonRecords of the Virginia Company of LondonHistorySources52ocn029066653book19311.00Kingsbury, Susan MEmployment and unemployment in pre-war and Soviet Russia; report submitted to the International Association on Industrial Relations (I.R.I.)51ocn793864190file20070.82Virginia Company of LondonVirginia Company archivesHistoryArchivesSourcesThis collection provides a rich source for the study of trade between Britain and America. It documents the founding and economic development of Virginia as seen through the papers of the Virginia Company of London, 1606-1624. It then shows the continuing interest of the Ferrar family in the settlement of North America from Jamestown to the Bermudas. It is also a crucial source for London's economic history and the religious and social history of early modern England11ocn157015645art19320.10Cattell, James McKeenKingsbury, Prof. Susan M(yra) : Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, Pa11ocn064755546mix19731.00American Association for Labor LegislationSeries 1, Subseries 2, part cOther individual and organizational correspondents of national significance or who wrote with some frequency include the following with names beginning with letters N-W: The National Association of Manufacturers of the United States; the National Child Labor Committee; the National Civic Federation; the National Consumers League; the National Metal Trades Association; Charles P. Neill (United States commissioner of labor); Agnes Nestor (treasurer, Women's Trade Union League); Richard M. Neustadt; NEW REPUBLIC; New York State Dept. of Health; New York State Factory Investigating Committee; North American Civic League for Immigrants; Henry Noyes; the Ohio Federation of Labor; Irene Osgood Andrews; Carl E. Parry (instructor, University of Michigan); and Paul Skeels Pierce (assistant professor, State University of Iowa)11ocn495467392art19350.10Kingsbury, Susan Myra: professorBiography11ocn276435438book20041.00Marchione, Mollie T"I know no other reason than a woman's" the pioneering research of Susan M. Kingsbury, Ph.D., in creating social change, 1906-1942+-+5039719005+-+5039719005Thu Oct 16 15:09:45 EDT 2014batch17758