Women Workers Through The Great Depression. WOMEN, Lorine PRUETTE, GREAT DEPRESSION.

Women Workers Through The Great Depression

New York: Macmillan, 1934. First Edition. Sociological and statistical study of women's work in the Great Depression, conducted under the aegis of the American Woman's Association of New York. Lorine Pruette (1896-1977) was a Columbia-trained social psychologist whose later work included periods at the Bureau of Economic Research and the Office of War Information (as a consultant on broadcast propaganda). Octavo (19.5cm). Red cloth boards, spine lettered in gilt; dustjacket; 164pp; tables; 1 chart (folding). Tight, Near Fine copy in the uncommon dustwrapper, mildly toned on spine and with a tiny loss at upper flap-fold, otherwise quite clean and crisp.

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