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The staff of the Wirtz Labor Library at the U.S. Department of Labor is offering surplus materials from our collection. The FEDLIB List 55 is included in the body of this email. If you would like us to mail any of these materials to you, please send me an email with your complete mailing address and note which items you would like to have mailed to you. My email address is [log in to unmask]. Thank you.

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FEDLIB List #55 

Administrative Management in the Government of the United States, 1937, U.S. President's Committee on Administrative Management, Washington, DC. 

 

Alexander, Gus, Society's Stepchildren Fight Back!, Gus Alexander, NY, 1946.

 

The American System of Social Insurance: It's Philosophy, Impact and Future, 1967, Princeton University, NJ.

 

Atkinson, Raymond, Public Employment Service in the United States, Public Administration Service, Chicago, 1938. 

 

Attorney General's Manual on the Administrative Procedure Act, 1947, U.S. Department of Justice. 

 

Automation, 1962, The President's Advisory Committee on Labor-Management Policy, Washington, DC. 

 

Bell, Howard M., Matching Youth and Jobs, A Study of Occupational Adjustment, American Council on Education, Washington, DC, 1940. 

 

Bibliographies, Labor Mobility: Selected References, U.S. Department of Labor, Washington, DC. 

 

Bibliography of Reports and Hearings: 1951 to 1961, U.S. Office of Farm Labor Service, Washington, DC.

 

Black Teenage Girl Project In-School Neighborhood Youth Corps, 1973, Manpower Administration, U.S. Department of Labor. 

 

Bok, Derek, Automation, Productivity and Manpower Problems, U.S. Department of Labor, Washington, DC, 1964.  

 

Bok, Derek, Methods of Adjusting to Automation and Technological Change, U.S. Department of Labor, Washington, DC, 1964. 

 

Bosanquet, Helen, The Family, Macmillan and Co., London, 1906. 

 

Carroll, Mollie Ray, What is Collective Bargaining?, Longmans, Green and Co., New York, 1939. 

 

Classen, Kathleen, The Arizona CWBH Project, U.S. Department of Labor, Washington, DC. 

 

Cohen, Malcolm, On the Feasibility of a Labor Market Information System, Vols.1, 2, 3, Manpower Administration, U.S. Department of Labor. 

 

Cohen, Wilbur J., Womanpower Policies for the 1970's, Manpower Administration, U.S. Department of Labor, Washington, DC.

 

Community Conservation Corps, Final Report, 1967, Labor Community Action Committee, California. 

 

Digest of 1962 State Legislation of Special Interest to Women Workers, 1962, U.S. Women's Bureau, Washington, DC. 

 

Disadvantaged Youth: Problems of Job Placement, Job Creation and Job Development, 1967, Office of Manpower Policy, Evaluation and Research, U.S. Department of Labor.

 

Disqualified Voluntary Quitters, 1970, Arkansas Department of Labor, Arkansas. 

 

Families of the Slums, An Exploration of Their Structure and Treatment, 1967, Basic Books, Inc., NY. 

 

Federal Work Injuries, 1961-1968, U.S. Department of Labor, Washington, DC. 

 

Federal Work Injury Facts, 1964, U.S. Department of Labor, Washington, DC. 

 

Five Years of Progress: 1953-1958, President's Committee on Government Contracts, U.S. Government Contract Committee, Washington, DC. 

 

Foremanship and Accident Prevention in Industry, 1943, American Mutual Liability Insurance Company, Boston, MA. 

 

The Future of the Family, 1972, Simon and Schuster, NY. 

 

Gemmill, Gordon and Eicher, Carl K., A Framework for Research on the Economics of Farm Mechanization in Developing Countries, Department of Agricultural Economics, Michigan State University, 1973.

 

Ginzberg, Eli, Technology and Employment, Concepts and Clarifications, 1986, Westview Press, Boulder and London, 1986. 

 

Haber, William, How Much Does It Cost?, Michigan Employment Security Commission, Michigan, 1951. 

 

Hall, Francine and Douglas, The Two-Career Couple, Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, 1979. 

 

Health and Nutritional Status of Working and Non-Working Mothers in Poverty Groups, Cornell University, NY. 

 

Heilbroner, Robert L., Automation in the Perspective of Long-Term Technological Change, Seminar on Manpower Policy and Program, U.S. Department of Labor. 

 

Heller, Cecilia S., Mexican American Youth: Forgotten Youth at the Crossroads, A Random House Study in Sociology, 1966.

 

Herling, John, Labor Unions in America, Robert B. Luce, Inc., Washington, D.C. 1964. 

 

Herman, Melvin and Sadofsky, Stanley, Youth-Work Programs: Problems of Planning and Operation, New York University, NY, 1966. 

 

The High School Journal, 1940, University of North Carolina Press, NC. 

 

Historical Roster of U.S. Labor Attaches, 1943-1968, 1968, U.S. Department of Labor, Washington, DC. 

 

Howard, Wayne E., The Missile Sites Labor Commission: 1961-1967, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, DC, 1969. 

 

The ILO and Women, 1958, International Labour Office, Geneva. 

 

Kastameka, Michael T., Experience of Other Countries in Dealing with Technological Unemployment, 1963, U.S. Department of Labor, Washington, DC. 

 

Keyserling, Leon H., Taxation of Whom and For What, Conference on Economic Progress, Washington, DC, 1969. 

 

Kirkpatrick, E.L., Guideposts for Rural Youth, American Council on Education, 1940. 

 

Lattimore, Eleanor L., Legal Recognition of Industrial Women, National Board of the Young Women's Christian Association. 

 

Learning and Instruction for Future Employment, 1967, U.S. Department of Labor, Washington, DC. 

 

Levine, Marvin J., Public Manager's Guide to Union Representation, International Personnel Management Association, 1975. 

 

Lewis, Oscar, La Vida: A Puerto Rican Family in the Culture of Poverty-San Juan and New York, Random House, NY. 

 

Lovejoy, Gordon W., Paths to Maturity, Findings of the North Carolina Youth Survey: 1938-1940, University of North Carolina, 1940. 

 

Marshall, F. Ray, Labor in the South, Harvard University Press, MA, 1967. 

 

Methods of Rehabilitation of Adult Prostitutes, 1939, League of Nations, Geneva. 

 

Mines & Men, The Position in the Mining Industry, 1924, The Joint Publications Department, London. 

 

Monopoly Power, As Exercised by Labor Unions, 1957, National Associations of Manufacturers, NY. 

 

Mowrer, Ernest R., Family Disorganization, The University of Chicago, 1927. 

 

The Negro Wage-Earner and Apprenticeship Training Programs, 1961, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, New York. 

 

Neighborhood Youth Corps, 1964, U.S. Neighborhood Youth Corps, U.S. Department of Labor. 

 

Noncharged Benefit Payments, 1971, Employment Security Commission of Arizona, Arizona. 

 

Norway and Her Sailors, 1959, Norwegian Joint Committee on International Social Policy, Oslo, 1959. 

 

Nussbaum, Joyce and Wise, Donald, The Employment Impact of the Overtime Provisions of the F.L.S.A., MATHTECH, Inc., NJ, 1977.  

 

Ombudsmen for American Government?, 1968, The American Assembly, Englewood Cliffs, NJ. 

 

Opton, Edward M. Jr., Factors Associated with Employment Among Welfare Mothers, The Wright Institute, CA. 

 

OSHA Safety & Health Training Guideline: Construction, 1975, U.S. Department of Labor, Washington, DC. 

 

Packard, Esther, A Study of Living Conditions of Self-Supporting Women in New York City, 1915, Young Women's Christian Association, New York. 

 

The Papers of Eugene V. Debs 1834-1945, A Guide to the Microfilm Edition, 1983, Microfilming Corporation of America, New York. 

 

Piotrkowski, Chaya S., Work and the Family System, The Free Press, New York, 1979.   

 

Port Labour in Aberdeen and Glasgow, 1937, Ministry of Labour, London. 

 

Prevention of Prostitution, 1943, League of Nations, Geneva. 

 

The Problem of "Minimum Fair Competitive Prices" in the Bituminous Coal Industry, 1935, Northern West Virginia Subdivisional Code Authority, WV. 

 

Project Navigate, Final Report, V. I, II, 1969, U.S. Department of Labor, Washington, DC. 

 

Prostitutes: Their Early Lives, 1938, League of Nations, Geneva. 

 

The Protection of Seamen in Case of Sickness, Including the Treatment of Seamen Injured on Board Ship, 1931, International Labour Office, Geneva. 

 

Raelin, Joseph A., Building a Career: The Effect of Initial Job Experiences and Related Work Attitudes on Later Employment, The W. E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research, Boston, 1980. 

 

The Regulation of Hours of Work On Board Ship, 1931, International Labour Conference, Geneva. 

 

Report, Consultation on Public Youth Work Camps, 1960, National Social Welfare Assembly, New York.

 

Report of the Administration and Operation of the Program, 1936, U.S. National Youth Administration, Washington, DC. 

 

Report of the Special Commission to Investigate the Conditions of Wage-Earning Women and Minors in the State, 1913, Connecticut. 

 

Resolution on the Achievement of Labor Unity, 1956, American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organization. 

 

Robin, Gerald D., An Assessment of the In-Public School Neighborhood Youth Corps Projects in Cincinnati and Detroit, with Special Reference to Summer-Only and Year-Round Enrollees, Final Report, Manpower Administration, U.S. Department of Labor, 1969. 

 

Romney, George, Reconversion, Idle Talk Means Idle Men, Automotive Council for War Production, 1944. 

 

Rosen, Harvey Sheldon, The Impact of U.S. Tax Laws on the Labor Supply of Married Women, Harvard, 1974. 

 

Ross, Sue Goetz, The Timing and Spacing of Births and Women's Labor Force Participation: An Economic Analysis, Columbia University, 1974. 

 

Ryan, Frederick Lynne, The Rehabilitation of Oklahoma Coal Mining Communities, University of Oklahoma Press, 1935. 

 

The Seafaring-Trade in Sweden, 1920, Swedish Government Delegation, Sweden. 

 

Selected Railroad Statistics, 1972, U.S. Labor Management Services Administration, Washington, DC. 

 

A Skeleton in Industry's Closet, 1929, Youth's Compensation for Industrial Injuries, NY. 

 

Social Services and Venereal Disease, 1938, League of Nations, Geneva. 

 

The Story of the Neighborhood Youth Corps, 1966, U.S. Neighborhood Youth Corps, U.S. Department of Labor. 

 

Suggested Language for a State Act to Abolish Discriminatory Wage Rates Based on Sex, 1964, U.S. Women's Bureau, Washington, DC. 

 

The Taxation of Weekly Wage Earners, 1942, Treasury, Great Britain

 

Technological Trends In 36 Major American Industries, 1964, U.S. Department of Labor, Washington, DC.

 

The Trade Union Situation in Sweden, 1961, International Labour Office, Geneva. 

 

Training Series, Nos. 2, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 12, 1966, Center for the Study of Unemployed youth, Graduate School of Social Work, New York University, NY. 

 

Windmuller, John P., American Labor and the International Labor Movement, 1940 to 1953, The Institute of International Industrial and Labor Relations, NY, 1954. 

 

Winter, Elmer L., Women At Work, Simon and Schuster, NY, 1961. 

 

Women and World Development, 1976, Overseas Development Council, Washington, DC. 

 

Women of the 88th Congress, 1961-1967, U.S. Department of Labor, Washington, DC.

 

Women's Work, Men's Work: Sex Segregation on the Job, 1986, National Academy Press, Washington, DC. 

 

Work Force Adjustments to Technological Change, 1963, U.S. Department of Labor, Washington, DC. 

 

Youth: How Can Communities Help?, 1935, U.S. Department of the Interior, Washington, DC. 

 

Zagoria, Sam, Working With Automation, Seminar on Manpower Policy and Program, U.S. Department of Labor, 1967.