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Manifesto and Charter: Unanimously Adopted at Berlin, 16th June, 1929.
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written by Open Door International for the Economic Emancipation of the Woman Worker (London, England: Open Door International for the Economic Emancipation of the Woman Worker, 1929), 4 page(s)
written by Open Door International for the Economic Emancipation of the Woman Worker (London, England: Open Door International for the Economic Emancipation of the Woman Worker, 1929), 4 page(s)
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The Living Wage for Women in Australia
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written by Persia Crawford Campbell, 1898-1974; in The Mid-Pacific Magazine: Official Organ of the Pan-Pacific Union 36:4 (Honolulu, HI: Pan Pacific and Southeast Asia Women's Association, 1928), 359-364
written by Persia Crawford Campbell, 1898-1974; in The Mid-Pacific Magazine: Official Organ of the Pan-Pacific Union 36:4 (Honolulu, HI: Pan Pacific and Southeast Asia Women's Association, 1928), 359-364
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written by League of Nations (Geneva, Geneva Canton: League of Nations, 1924), 121 page(s)
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Working Women in Many Countries: Report of Congress Held at Vienna, August 1923
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written by International Federation of Working Women (Amsterdam, North Holland: International Federation of Trade Unions, 1924), 13 page(s)
written by International Federation of Working Women (Amsterdam, North Holland: International Federation of Trade Unions, 1924), 13 page(s)
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Women and the International Labor Movement
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written by Mollie Ray Carroll, 1890- (District of Columbia: National League of Women Voters. Women in Industry Committee, 1924), 8 page(s)
written by Mollie Ray Carroll, 1890- (District of Columbia: National League of Women Voters. Women in Industry Committee, 1924), 8 page(s)
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Women Workers of the Orient
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written by Margaret Ernestine Burton, 1885-1969 (West Medford, MA: Central Committee on the United Study of Foreign Missions, 1918), 240 page(s),
Source: archive.org
written by Margaret Ernestine Burton, 1885-1969 (West Medford, MA: Central Committee on the United Study of Foreign Missions, 1918), 240 page(s),
Source: archive.org
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Women in the World's Councils
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written by Margaret Hills, fl. 1917 (London, England: Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, 1917), 7 page(s)
written by Margaret Hills, fl. 1917 (London, England: Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, 1917), 7 page(s)
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written by Jesse Laws, fl. 1888 and E. W. Oyster, fl. 1888; in Report of the International Council of Women, Assembled by the National Woman Suffrage Association, Washington, D.C., U. S. of America, (District of Columbia: National Woman Suffrage Association, 1888), 163-164
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written by International Federation of Business and Professional Women, in Lena Madesin Phillips Papers, 1881-1955, of Harvard University. Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study. Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America (71-102--72-76, carton 4, folder 99) (Cambridge, MA) (28 June 1934) , 37 page(s)
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written by Inter-American Commission of Women, in Papers of Doris Stevens, 1884-1983, of Harvard University. Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study. Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America (MC 546, box 72, folder 3) (Cambridge, MA) (18 December 1935) , 11 page(s)
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