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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
New York (State). Factory Investigating Commission.
Second report of the Factory investigating commission, 1913.
Albany, J.B. Lyon Co., printers, 1913
|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
George M Price; James P Whiskeman; Elizabeth C Watson; Zenas L Potter; Charles Baskerville; Charles F McKenna; Charles T Graham Rogers; John H Vogt; Pauline Goldmark; George A Hall; New York (State). Factory Investigating Commission.
|Notes:||At head of title: State of New York.
Robert F. Wagner, chairman.
|Description:||2 v. plates, plans, diagrs. (part fold.) 23 cm.|
|Contents:||I. Report. Appendix I. List of bills submitted to the Legislature by the commission. --
II. Appendices: II. Report of director of investigation, G. M. Price. III. The fire hazard, by J. P. Whiskeman. IV. Report on manufacturing in tenements in New York state, by Elizabeth C. Watson. V. Industrial conditions in the canning industry of New York state, by Z. L. Potter. VI. Report on wood alcohol, by C. Baskerville. VII. Report on commercial acids, by C. F. McKenna. VIII. Report on lead and arsenical poisoning, by C. T. G. Rogers and J. H. Vogt. IX. Preliminary report on employment of women and children in mercantile establishments, by Pauline Goldmark and G. A. Hall. X. Briefs and memoranda. --
III-IV. Testimony and proceedings.
|Series Title:||Legislature, 1913. Senate doc., no. 36|
|Responsibility:||Transmitted to the Legislature January 15, 1913.|
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- Working class -- New York (State)
- Factory system -- New York (State)
- Fire prevention -- New York (State)
- Home labor -- New York (State)
- Canned foods industry -- New York (State)
- Occupational diseases -- New York (State)
- Women -- Employment -- New York (State)
- Child labor -- New York (State)
- Canned foods industry.
- Child labor.
- Factory system.
- Fire prevention.
- Home labor.
- Occupational diseases.
- Women -- Employment.
- Working class.
- New York (State)