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State history. Works Progress Administration. Professional service. Nurse-house-keepers. 1937-03-24
State history. Works Progress Administration. Professional service. Nurse-house-keepers. 1937-03-24
Original index titleState history. Works Progress Administration. Professional service. Nurse-house-keepers. 1937-03-24
NewspaperSpokesman-review ; 1937-03-24
TitleWPA will make maids experts
DescriptionUnique training course has 75 enrollees - courtesy in home stressed. Spokane will have the most expert domestics of any city in the United States if the pretentious plans of the WPA maid training course are worked out. The opening of this unique school, which officials believe is the first WPA project of its kind in the country, has been set for next Monday, it was announced yesterday by Mrs. Margaret B. Harrington, district director of women's projects.
Subject KeysNorthwest history; Works Progress Administration; WPA; professional services; housekeepers; nurses; maids; education; training; Margaret B. Harrington; Spokane, Washington; Mary Conrad; Alta Jones; Mabel Edwards ;
Date.Original1937-03-24
Resource Identifiersh255-604
SubjectsNorthwest,Pacific -- History -- 20th Century
United States. Works Progress Administration -- Northwest, Pacific
Resource TypeClippings
Text
Format.UseImage/JPEG2000
SourceState history box 255
LanguageEnglish
Date.Digital2009
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