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Millinery as a trade for women

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Perry, Lorinda
Millinery as a trade for women
New York, New York: Longmans, Green, and Company, 1916
xi, [8], 134 p. illus. 24 cm.

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Contents

[Cover] Millinery as a trade for women

Women's Educational and Industrial Union, Boston. Department of research. Studies in economic relations of women., pp. [i]-[iii] ff.

[Title page] Millinery as a trade for women, p. [vi]

Preface, Kingsbury, Susan M. pp. [vii]-xi ff.

[Contents] Table of contents, pp. [xiii]-[xiv]

[Contents] List of tables, pp. [xv]-[xvii] ff.

[Contents] List of charts, pp. [xix] ff.

Chapter I: Introduction, pp. [1]-11

Chapter II: Description of the millinery trade and of its processes, pp. [12]-26

Chapter III: Classification of shops according to stages of industrial evolution, pp. [27]-43

Chapter IV: The seasons and their problems, pp. [44]-68

Chapter V: Wages, pp. [69]-92

Chapter VI: Millinery workers, pp. [93]-104

Chapter VII: Ways of learning millinery, pp. [105]-127 ff.

Index, pp. 129-134 ff.

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