Goldmark, Josephine, 1877-1950
Goldmark, Josephine Clara, 1877-1950
Goldmark, Josephine Clara, 1877-....
Josephine Clara Goldmark
Goldmark, Josephine Clara
VIAF ID: 28317338 (Personal)
ISNI: 0000 0001 1048 4019
- 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 Clara, ‡d 1877-....
- 100 1 _ ‡a Goldmark, Josephine, ‡d 1877-1950
- 100 0 _ ‡a Josephine Clara Goldmark
4xx's: Alternate Name Forms (10)
- 400 1 _ ‡a Goldmark, Josephine
- 400 1 _ ‡a Goldmark, Josephine C.
- 400 1 _ ‡a Goldmark, Josephine C. ‡q (Josephine Clara), ‡d 1877-1950
- 400 1 _ ‡a Goldmark, Josephine C. ‡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
- 400 0 _ ‡a Josephine Clara Goldmark ‡c American lawyer, activist
|Anna Hawley, plaintiff in error. vs. Joseph H. Walker, constable for the township of Montgomery, Franklin County, Ohio, defendant in error.|
|The case for the shorter work day. Franklin O. Bunting, plaintiff in error, vs. The state of Oregon, defendant in error. Brief for defendant in error. Felix Frankfurter, of counsel for the State of Oregon. Assisted by Josephine Goldmark.|
|Child labor legislation, 1907.|
|Comparison of an eight-hour plant and a ten-hour plant|
|Democracy in Denmark. P. 1-2. - Washington, 1936.|
|The eight hours day for wage earning women.|
|Frank C. Stettler, plaintiff and appellant, vs. Edwin V. O' Hara, Bertha Moores, Amedee M. Smith, constituting the Industrial welfare commission of the state of Oregon, defendants and respondents.|
|Handbook of laws regulating women's hours of labor and a standard law embodying the best provisions of the most effective statutes now in force|
|Impatient crusader : Florence Kelley’s life story|
|Labor laws for women|
|Litigation concerning the constitutionality of the Oregon minimum wage law as being in violation of the federal Constitution.|
|Oregon minimum wage cases. Supreme court of the United States, October term. 1916.|
|The people of the state of New York, respondent, against Charles Schweinler press, a corporation, defendant-appellant.|
|Pilgrims of '48; one man's part in the Austrian revolution of 1848, and a family migration to America|
|W. C. Ritchie and Company, et als. appellees, vs. John E. W. Wayman and Edgar T. Davies, appellants ... Brief and argument for appellants.|
|Women in industry : decision of the United States Supreme Court in Curt Muller vs. State of Oregon, upholding the constitutionality of the Oregon Ten hour law for women and brief for the State of Oregon|