How Did the League of Women Shoppers Use Their Privilege to Act in
Solidarity with Workers, 1935-1948?

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Abstract

Introduction

Document 1: Rebecca Drucker to Ida M. Tarbell, 29 April 1935

Document 2: "League Forces Shoe Strike Settlement," The Woman Shopper, August 1935

Document 3: "'Mercury' Boycott Joined by League," The Woman Shopper, August 1935

Document 4: Elinore Morehouse Herrick, "A Sister Organization," The Woman Shopper, November 1935

Document 5: Helene Fraenkel, "Mr. Schlink of N.J.," The Woman Shopper, November 1935

Document 6: Alice Dodge to Margaret Wiesman, 23 November 1935

Document 7: Helen Kay to Ida M. Tarbell, 7 January 1936

Document 8: Chicago League of Women Shoppers, "League of Women Shoppers Pamphlet," 1937

Document 9: Jane Filley and Therese Mitchell, Consider the Laundry Workers, 1937

Document 10: League of Women Shoppers, "Invitation to Mink Coat Party," 1938

Document 11: Mary Wrenn Morris to Miss ____ , 18 December 1938

Document 12: New York League of Women Shoppers, "Linen Thread Company Strike Supported by New York and New Jersey Leagues," 1939

Document 13: Atlanta League of Women Shoppers, "Objectives," ca. 1939

Document 14: Atlanta League of Women Shoppers, "Membership Card," ca. 1939

Document 15: Atlanta League of Women Shoppers, Invitation to Grady Hotel meeting, October 1939

Document 16: Atlanta League of Women Shoppers, "Diseases Contracted from Milk," 1939

Document 17: Atlanta League of Women Shoppers, Special Bulletin, July 1939

Document 18: Atlanta League of Women Shoppers, "The Roger's Strike," The Woman Shopper, September 1939

Document 19: Chicago League of Women Shoppers, "Dear Woman Shopper," ca. January 1939

Document 20: Atlanta League of Women Shoppers, "Letter to announce dissolution of group," February 1940

Document 21: Christmas Card Sold by the League of Women Shoppers, 1942

Document 22: Chicago League of Women Shoppers, "Women Do 85% of the Buying," 1942

Document 23: Los Angeles League of Women Shoppers, "90% of the Buying Is Done by Women," ca. 1941

Document 24: Washington League of Women Shoppers, "We Answer Mr. Disney," Bulletin, January 1948

Document 25: Katherine Armatage, Letter to League Presidents, ca. 1948

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