Woman at Work
Minneapolis, University of Minnesota Press, 1951. The autobiography of the director of the Women's Bureau of the U.S. Department of Labor, from 1920-1944, "as told to Mary N. Winslow." This copy is signed, "Best Regards/ Mary Anderson." Anderson was a Swedish immigrant and a garment factory worker in Chicago who became the first U.S. government representative to the International Labor Organization and served under five presidents at the Department of Labor. A near fine copy in a good, edge-chipped dust jacket. Uncommon in the original edition, and especially so signed. [#034654] SOLD
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