Women Working, 1800-1930

Anyone interested in labor history and women’s history would most likely be delighted to learn about Harvard University’s digital collection Women Working, 1800-1930. The collection covers issues such as workplace conditions, workplace regulations, home life, and recreation.

Site visitors can browse key events, notable people, and topics or use the excellent search interface, which allows catalog as well as full-text searching. The collection boasts a wide variety of formats, including books and pamphlets, images, and trade catalogs.

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One Response to “Women Working, 1800-1930”

  1. Stephanie Basile Says:

    Wow, this sounds like a wonderful book! Now I have to get my hands on a copy!

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