City Slave Girls: Lyman J. Cage's Belief that a Discussion of the Subject Will Be Beneficial

City Slave Girls: Lyman J. Cage's Belief that a Discussion of the Subject Will Be Beneficial

And Possibly Result in a Good Law, Which Is the Formulation of a Pressing Public Sentiment

by: Nell Nelson | publication date: September 1, 1888 | Publication: Chicago Times | pages: 9

"The questions you raise as to a cure for the evils pointed out in The TImes articles on wage-working girls are difficult," remarked L. J. Gage, vice president of the First National Bank.

Commentary on the City Slave Girls series

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