WOMEN AT WORK by

WOMEN AT WORK

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This is definitely a by-product of one of the N.Y. World's Fair projects, but the book itself should prove of interest to women everywhere, who want to know what women are doing today and who are interested in tracing the development in the history of women at work during the past fifty years. Ida Tarbell, Dorothy Canfield, Inez Irwin, and others of equal note have written chapters, each presenting the decade on which she can speak with authority. The balance of the text is a birdseye view of women in various fields. But the photographs and the streamlined format give the book distinction beyond its text matter. Sold through club groups -- and the American Woman's Association.

Publisher: N. Y. Career Tours