Earnings and standard of living of 1,000 railway employees during the depression,
by Carter Goodrich
|Main Author:||Goodrich, Carter Lyman, 1897-|
Washington, U.S. Govt. Printing Off., 1934
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Cost and standard of living > Cost and standard of living / United States.
United States > United States / Economic conditions > United States / Economic conditions / 1918-1945.
Report of an investigation carried out by representatives of three bureaus of the Department of Labor and of eighteen railway unions. The tabulations were made by the Statistical Division of the Children's Bureau; the preliminary analysis of the materil was made by mary Skinner and the eport was written by Carter Goodrich. cf. Letter of transmittal
At head of title: United States Department of Labor. Frances Perkins, secretary. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Isador Lubin, commissioner. Children's Bureau. Grace Abbott, chief. Women's Bureau. Mary Anderson, director
vi, 56 p.
incl. tables, diagr., form. plates.
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