The Life and Times of Rosie the Riveter (1987)
Anthony, Susan Brownell. Out Of The Kitchen, Into The War : Woman's Winning Role In
The Nation's Drama. New York : S. Daye, c1943.
Call Number: (FMC) HD 6095 .A68 1943
Bridges, Harry. Women in the War. San Francisco : Educational Dept.,
International Longshoremen's & Warehousemen's Union, [1943?].
Call Number: (FMC) D810.W7 B75x 1943
Flynn, Elizabeth Gurley. Women in the War. New York, Workers Library
Publishers, Inc., .
Call Number: (FMC) HD6053 F6
Giles, Nell. Punch In, Susie! A Woman's War Factory Diary. New York London,
Harper & Brothers, c1943.
Call Number: (FMC) HD 6095 .G5
Inman, Mary. In Woman's Defense. Los Angeles, Calif., The Committee to
Organize the Advancement of Women [c1940]
Call Number: (FMC) HQ1206 I6 International Labour Office.
Lauck, W. Jett and Claude S. Watts. The Industrial Code; a Survey of the Postwar
Industrial Situation, a Review of Wartime Developments in Industrial Relations, and a
Proposal Looking to Permanent Industrial Peace. New York, London: Funk & Wagnalls
Call Number: (FMC) HD8072 L283
National Women's Trade Union League of America. Action Needed : Post-War Jobs for
Women. Washington, D.C. : The League, c1944.
Call Number: (FMC) HD6095 N35x 1944
Steuben, John. Labor in Wartime. New York, International Publishers [c1940]
Call Number: (FMC) HD8072 S835
The War and Women's Employment, the Experience of the United Kingdom and the United
States. Montreal, 1946.
Call Number: (FMC) HD6095 I57x 1946
United States. Women's Bureau. Womanpower Committees During World War II: United
States and British Experience. Washington: U. S. Dept. of Labor, Women's Bureau,
Call Number: (FMC) D 810 .W7 U6x 1953
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