INDEPENDENT WOMAN

Vol. XII, No. 3 (March, 1933), Vol. XII, No. 4 (April, 1933), Vol. XII, No. 8 (August, 1933) - Vol. XIII, No. 11 (November, 1934). [44235]

Nineteen issues of this journal published by the National Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs. Among the contents are "Are You Air Minded? - Vocational Guidance Series: An Interview with Amelia Earhart" by Gertrude Gordon, "Answering the Call of the N.R.A.: A Symposium," with contributions by Upton Sinclair, Ruth Comfort Mitchell, Rupert Hughes & Gertrude Atherton, "Women and Social Crises" by Mary Ritter Beard, "Prohibiting Poverty" by Prestonia Mann Martin, "Does Miss Modern Surpass Her Sister of Long Ago? Interviews with Lous Bromfield and Hervey Allen" by Helen Welshimer, "Turkish Women Today" by Ruth Frances Woodsmall, "Creating the 'Great Technology' An Interview with Harold Rugg" by Millicent Eames, "Soviet Women 'Take Off'" (about Soviet women in aviation) by Fay Gillis, "Is Collectivism the Answer?" by Mary Beard, "'Only Communism Offers Equal Rights'" John Strachey Interviewed" by Gretta Palmer, etc.

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