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Minimum wage

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Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source

Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:

Additional papers of Ethel McLean Johnson, 1840-1978 (inclusive), 1920-1960 (bulk)

Collection Identifier: 79-M209
Overview: Addenda to the papers (A-27) of Ethel McLean Johnson, public official and writer.

Papers of Alma Lutz, 1927-1946

Collection Identifier: A-34
Overview: Correspondence, reports, etc., of Alma Lutz, author and suffragist, and others involved in the abolitionist and suffrage movements.

Papers of Clara Mortenson Beyer, 1911-1965

Collection Identifier: A-159
Overview: Correspondence, diary, reports, etc., of Clara M. (Clara Mortenson) Beyer, labor law specialist.

Papers of Corliss Lamont, 1929-1932

Collection Identifier: MC 339
Overview: Correspondence and clippings of Corliss Lamont documenting his support of scrubwomen at Harvard University during the 1930s.

Papers of Elizabeth Brandeis Raushenbush, 1920-1967

Collection Identifier: 76-2
Overview: Correspondence, drafts of articles, lecture notes, etc., of Elizabeth Brandeis Raushenbush, economist and professor.

Papers of Ethel McLean Johnson, 1918-1945 (inclusive) 1919-1932 (bulk)

Collection Identifier: A-27
Overview: Correspondence, speeches, etc., of Ethel McLean Johnson, public official and writer.

Papers of Hattie Hyland Smith, 1937-1959

Collection Identifier: A-89
Overview: Correspondence, articles, reports, etc., of Hattie Hyland Smith, assistant commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Labor and Industry.

Papers of of Alma Lutz,1921-1961

Collection Identifier: MC 182
Overview: Minutes, reports, financial records, correspondence, etc., of suffragist Alma Lutz.

Papers of Pauline Newman, 1900-1980

Collection Identifier: MC 324; M-44
Overview: Correspondence, reports, photographs, etc., of labor organizer Pauline Newman.

Records of the Consumers' League of Connecticut, 1902-1946

Collection Identifier: B-17
Overview: Minutes, reports, leaflets, etc., of the Consumers' League of Connecticut, which sought to mobilize public opinion in support of improved conditions for workers.