2 edition of How New York working girls live found in the catalog.
How New York working girls live
Betty Van Deventer
|Statement||Betty Van Deventer.|
|Series||Little blue book ;, no. 479|
|LC Classifications||AC1 .L8 no. 479|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||64 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||64|
|LC Control Number||2004563562|
Publisher: Times Books, Used - Near Fine: USA: Times Books, The two Classic Studies are The Long Day, the Story of a New York Working Girl ()by Dorothy Richardson, describes her struggle to survive as a factory worker in New York. And Inside the New York Telephone Company () by Elinor Langer. Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: New York Association of Working Girls Societies. OCLC Number: Notes: Cover title. Reproduction Notes.
Directed by Dorothy Arzner. With Judith Wood, Dorothy Hall, Charles 'Buddy' Rogers, Paul Lukas. Two sisters, May, older, naive, and June, younger and worldly, arrive in New York straight from the country and settle down in a boarding house. Their search for jobs leads them to find beaus and romantic trouble. In Romania, thousands of women work as "cam-girls" from studios and from home. It is a 24/7 market, the majority of clients logging in .
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The Working-Girls of New York, Summary and analysis Written inThe Working-Girls of New York is extracted from the original essay, Folly As It Flies, by Fanny Fern.
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The article presents a reprint of the article "The Working-Girls of New York," which appeared in the "Folly As it Flies" and Janu issue of "New York Ledger." It provides a description of the behavior of the women in the 19th century as well as the women in the new millennium, and examines the condition of working women in New York.
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Directed by Stephanie Rothman. With Sarah Kennedy, Laurie Rose, Mark Thomas, Lynne Guthrie. A groupie, an escort girl and a strip dancer get thrown into danger by the illegal activities of the men they love. Marnie’s new choice of work is, of course, disparaged by Hannah, who accuses Marnie of cashing in on her sexuality by taking a “pretty-person job” while she, Hannah, occupies the moral high ground of working in a coffee shop for $40 a day (10 times less than what Marnie now makes) and a clean conscience.K.L.
Humphreys loves to write about Alpha males and strong women. She'll write anything from Suspense to Women's Fiction. Her women's fiction is about Working Girls. K.L. Humphreys was born in London, England but now lives in Ireland with the love of her life and her baby girl.
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