The aims and plans of the Wisconsin Federation of Women Wage Earners

Wisconsin Federation of Women Wage Earners: Aims and Plans


During World War I, the number of women working outside the home in the United States increased to nearly ten million. The Wisconsin Federation of Women Wage Earners sought to protect and advocate for Wisconsin women who had entered the workforce to meet growing labor demands. This broadside, issued by the Madison branch of the federation, detailed both the plans necessitated by war for the organization as well as its permanent goals.


Related Topics: World Wars and Conflicts
World War I, at home and in the trenches
Creator: Hochstein, Irma
Pub Data: Madison, Wis.: Wisconsin Federation of Women Wage Earners, 1918. (Pamphlet 96-1267 superoversize)
Citation: "Wisconsin Federation of Women Wage Earners: Aims and Plans." (Madison, Wis.: Wisconsin Federation of Women Wage Earners, 1918). Online facsimile at:  http://www.wisconsinhistory.org/turningpoints/search.asp?id=1077; Visited on: 11/28/2014
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