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Annual report of the Bureau of Statistics of Labor.

New Title: Annual report on the statistics of labor
Previous Title: Report of the Bureau of Statistics of Labor
Corporate Author: Massachusetts.
Language(s): English
Published: Boston, Mass. : Wright & Potter Printing Co., State Printers, 1872-1906.
Subjects: Labor and laboring classes > Massachusetts > Periodicals.
Massachusetts > Economic conditions > Periodicals.
Note: Issued 1871/72 as documents of the Senate of the General Court of Massachusetts, no. 180; 1872/73 as document of the House of Representatives of the General Court of Massachusetts, no. 173; 1873/74-1878/79 as Massachusetts Public document, no. 31; 1879/80-1906 as Public document, no. 15.
Physical Description: 35 v. ; 24 cm.
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