Bibliography: Women (Labor)

Chalaron, Claire. The Registered Nurse in New Orleans, New Orleans: Orleans Parish School Board, 1930.  

“Christian Woman’s Exchange (New Orleans, La.) | Tulane University Special Collections,” n.d.

Goldman, Gary. Yes, ma’am. G.L. Goldman, 1979.

Harris, Harrietta Ruth. “Changing Labor Force Patterns for Women in New Orleans and the United States: A General Overview and Some Implications for Social Change,” 1979.

Louisiana, Department of Labor., and Research and Statistics Unit. Louisiana Women in the Labor Force. Baton Rouge: The Department, 1980.  

“LOUISiana Digital Library : Item Viewer,” n.d.

Mizell-Nelson, Michael. “Women and Work: New Orleans Streetcar Operators during WWII,” n.d.

Nunez, Chanda. “”Just like Ole‘ Mammy used to Make”: Reinterpreting New Orleans African-American Praline Vendors as Entrepreneurs,” n.d.  

Orleans Parish (La.). Annual Report. New Orleans, La: s.n., 1911.  

Saal, Marion. The Cosmetician in New Orleans. New Orleans: High School Scholarship Association inc., 1927.  

“Sarah Towles Reed Collection,” n.d. Special Collections. University of New Orleans.

Searching for Their Places Women in the South Across Four Centuries. Southern women. Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 2003.  

United States. Council of National Defense. Committee on Women’s Defense Work. Louisiana Division. Conditions of Women’s Labor in Louisiana; New Orleans and Louisiana Industrial Survey;. New Orleans [Tulane Press], 1919.  

Walker. Gabrielle. “Behind the Fan: Conservative Activists in the New Orleans Christian Woman’s Exchange, 1881-1891,” n.d.  

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