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Papers, 1890-1946 (inclusive). (bulk 1906-1910) ,  Family correspondence. Louise Marion Bosworth to Eleanora W. Bosworth, (bulk 1906-1910)
Bosworth, Louise Marion, 1881-1982, creator
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Bosworth, Louise Marion , 1881-1982 -- Correspondence ;  Bosworth, Eleanora W -- Correspondence ;  Social workers -- United States -- Correspondence ;  Mothers and daughters -- United States -- Correspondence ;  Women employees -- United States ;  Depression in women ;  Women -- United States -- Social conditions

Consists of correspondence between Bosworth and her mother from folders 27-30 of Bosworth's Papers, 1890-1946 (inclusive).

Bosworth, daughter of a bank president, grew up in Illinois, graduated from Wellesley College in 1907, and was a social worker. She worked for a number of settlement houses and participated in surveys of workers' living conditions, including the Women's Educational and Industrial Union survey (1907-1909) of incomes and expenditures of women workers, the results of which she published as The Living Wage of Women Workers; a survey (1911) of available housing in Philadelphia, which she later published as Housing Conditions in Main Line Towns; and an investigation (1914) of living costs, under the auspices of the Survey Committee of the Cleveland Foundation.

Electronic finding aid for Louise Marion Bosworth Papers (85-M71) available http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:RAD.SCHL:sch00053

Louise Marion Bosworth Papers, 1890-1946; Family correspondence, Louise Marion Bosworth to Eleanora W. Bosworth, bulk 1906-1910. 85-M71, folders 27-30. Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe Institute, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass.
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  Papers, 1890-1946 (inclusive)
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