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HD6053 .B86 1922 [Info] Las Mujeres y la Vocación (in Spanish; Buenos Aires: Agencia de Libreria y Publicaciones, 1922), by Delfina Bunge de Gálvez (page images at HathiTrust; US access only)
HD6053 .C18 [Info] Prisoners of Poverty: Women Wage-Workers, Their Trades and Their Lives (Boston: Roberts Bros., 1889), by Helen Campbell (page images at Harvard)
HD6053 .D14 [Info] "Woman's Right to Labor," or, Low Wages and Hard Work, by Caroline Wells Healey Dall (page images at MOA)
HD6053 .M3 [Info] Occupational Interests and Personality Requirements of Women in Business and the Professions (Michigan Business Studies v3 #3; 1931), by Grace Eveyln Manson (page images at HathiTrust)
HD6053 .P6 [Info] Frauenarbeit in der Kapitalistischen Gesellschaft (in German; Vienna: Verlag der Frauen-Zentralkomitees, 1922), by Adelheid Popp
HD6055.2 .U6 D6 1944 [Info] Do You Want Your Wife to Work After the War? (1944), by Clifford Kirkpatrick, contrib. by A. G. Mezerik (illustrated HTML at historians.org)
HD6056.2.U6 D57 1985 [Info] Displaced Homemakers: Programs and Policy (1985), by United States Congress Office of Technology Assessment (PDF files at Princeton)
HD6058 .D22 [Info] A Practical Illustration of "Woman's Right to Labor": or, A Letter From Marie E. Zakrzewska, M.D., Late of Berlin, Prussia (Boston: Walker, Wise and Co., 1860), by Marie E. Zakrzewska, ed. by Caroline Wells Healey Dall
HD6058 .H37 [Info] Occupations For Women: A Book of Practical Suggestions for the Material Advancement, the Mental and Physical Development, and the Moral and Spiritual Uplift of Women (Cooper Union, NY: The Success Co., 1897), by Frances E. Willard (illustrated HTML at Wisconsin)
HD6058 .I5 [Info] Thrift for Women, by Illinois Farmer's Institute (page images at LOC)
HD6058 .N37 [Info] Protecting the Employment Status of Women (1939), by National Education Association of the United States (multiple formats at archive.org)
HD6058 .P42 [Info] The Employments of Women, by Virginia Penny (page images at MOA)
HD6059.5 .E85 W65 1986 [Info] Women and Work in Preindustrial Europe (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, c1986), ed. by Barbara A. Hanawalt (multiple formats at fulcrum.org)
HD6060.5 .G7 P59 2000 [Info] Women or Men: Who Are the Victims? (c2000), by Erin Pizzey, J. R. Shackleton, and Peter Urwin, contrib. by David G. Green (PDF at Civitas)
HD6060.5 .U5 S475 1984 [Info] Sex Segregation in the Workplace: Trends, Explanations, Remedies, ed. by Barbara F. Reskin (page images with commentary at NAP)
HD6060.5 .U51 W66 [Info] Women's Work, Men's Work: Sex Segregation on the Job (1986), ed. by Barbara F. Reskin and Heidi I. Hartmann (page images with commentary at NAP)
HD6060.5 .U52 S433 2018 [Info] Alone in a Crowd: Women in the Trades Tell Their Stories (originally published 1985; this edition Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2018), by Jean Reith Schroedel, contrib. by Jane LaTour (multiple formats with commentary at Temple)
HD6060.65.G7 C641 1985 [Info] The Process of Occupational Sex-Typing: The Feminization of Clerical Labor in Great Britain (originally published 1985; this edition Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2018), by Samuel Cohn, contrib. by Sharon Hartman Strom (multiple formats with commentary at Temple)
HD6061 .H92 [Info] Women's Wages: A Study of the Wages of Industrial Women and Measures Suggested to Increase Them (New York: Columbia University, 1919), by Emilie Josephine Hutchinson (multiple formats at archive.org)
HD6064 .K4 [Info] Women in Industry: The Eight Hours Day and Rest at Night, Upheld by the United States Supreme Court (Women in Industry series #13; New York: National Consumers' League, 1916), by Florence Kelley (page images at Harvard)
HD6068 .H3 [Info] Why Women Cry: or, Wenches With Wrenches (New York: Reynal and Hitchcock, c1943), by Elizabeth Hawes (page images at HathiTrust)
HD6068 .V2 [Info] The Woman Who Toils: Being the Experience of Two Gentlewomen as Factory Girls (New York: Doubleday, Page and Co., 1903), by Mrs. John Van Vorst and Marie Van Vorst, contrib. by Theodore Roosevelt
HD6068 .V2 [Info] The Woman Who Toils: Being the Experience of Two Gentlewomen as Factory Girls (London: Grant Richards, 1903), by Mrs. John Van Vorst and Marie Van Vorst, contrib. by Theodore Roosevelt (page images at HathiTrust; US access only)
HD6068 .V2 [Info] The Woman Who Toils: Being the Experiences of Two Gentlewomen as Factory Girls (Toronto: G. N. Morang Co., 1903), by Mrs. John Van Vorst and Marie Van Vorst, contrib. by Theodore Roosevelt (page images at HathiTrust)
HD6068.2 .U6 S57 2018 [Info] Sisterhood and Solidarity: Workers' Education for Women, 1914-1984 (originally published 1984; this edition Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2018), ed. by Joyce L. Kornbluh and Mary E. Frederickson, contrib. by Dorothy Sue Cobble (multiple formats with commentary at Temple)

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