Goldmark, Josephine, 1877-1950
Goldmark, Josephine Clara, 1877-1950
Goldmark, Josephine Clara, 1877-....
Goldmark, Josephine Clara
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- 100 1 _ ‡a Goldmark, Josephine Clara
- 100 1 _ ‡a Goldmark, Josephine Clara, ‡d 1877-....
- 100 1 _ ‡a Goldmark, Josephine Clara (undifferentiated) (sparse)
- 100 1 _ ‡a Goldmark, Josephine Clara ‡d 1877-...
- 100 1 _ ‡a Goldmark, Josephine Clara ‡d 1877-1950
- 100 1 _ ‡a Goldmark, Josephine, ‡d 1877-1950
4xx's: Alternate Name Forms (9)
- 400 1 _ ‡a Goldmark, Josephine
- 400 1 _ ‡a Goldmark, Josephine C.
- 400 1 _ ‡a Goldmark, Josephine C. ‡d 1877-1950
- 400 1 _ ‡a Goldmark, Josephine C. ‡q (Josephine Clara), ‡d 1877-1950
- 400 1 _ ‡a Goldmark, Josephine Clara, ‡d 1877-1950
- 400 1 _ ‡a Goldmark, Josephine Clara ‡d 1877-1950
- 400 1 _ ‡a Goldmark, Josephine, ‡d 1877-1950
- 400 1 _ ‡a Goldmark, Josephine.
- 400 1 _ ‡a Goldmark, Josephine ‡d 1877-1950
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|annals of the american academy of political and social science|
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|The eight hours day for wage earning women.|
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|woman's work and organizations|
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