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Mobilizing Woman-Power

By Harriot Stanton Blatch
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  • MOBILIZING WOMAN-POWER
  • HARRIOT STANTON BLATCH
    • Jeanne d'Arc.--the spirit of the women of the Allies.
  • MOBILIZING WOMAN-POWER
  • HARRIOT STANTON BLATCH
    • TO THE ABLE AND DEVOTED WOMEN OF GREAT BRITAIN AND FRANCE
    • CONTENTS
    • ILLUSTRATIONS
    • FOREWORD
    • I OUR FOE
    • II WINNING THE WAR
      • They wear the uniforms of the Edinburgh trams and the New York City subway and trolley guards, with pride and purpose.
    • They wear the uniforms of the Edinburgh trams and the New York City subway and trolley guards, with pride and purpose.
    • III MOBILIZING WOMEN IN GREAT BRITAIN [2]
      • Then--the offered service of the Women's Reserve Ambulance Corps in England was spurned. Now--they wear shrapnel helmets while working during the Zeppelin raids.
    • Then--the offered service of the Women's Reserve Ambulance Corps in England was spurned. Now--they wear shrapnel helmets while working during the Zeppelin raids.
    • IV MOBILIZING WOMEN IN FRANCE
      • The French poilu on furlough is put to work harrowing.
        • Has there ever been anything impossible to French women since the time of Jeanne d'Arc? The fields must be harrowed--they have no horses.
      • Has there ever been anything impossible to French women since the time of Jeanne d'Arc? The fields must be harrowed--they have no horses.
    • The French poilu on furlough is put to work harrowing.
      • Has there ever been anything impossible to French women since the time of Jeanne d'Arc? The fields must be harrowed--they have no horses.
    • Has there ever been anything impossible to French women since the time of Jeanne d'Arc? The fields must be harrowed--they have no horses.
    • V MOBILIZING WOMEN IN GERMANY
    • VI WOMEN OVER THE TOP IN AMERICA
      • Copyright by Underwood and Underwood The daily round in the Erie Railroad workshops.
    • Copyright by Underwood and Underwood The daily round in the Erie Railroad workshops.
    • VII EVE'S PAY ENVELOPE
      • In the well-lighted factory of the Briggs and Stratton Company, Milwaukee, the girls are comfortably and becomingly garbed for work.
    • In the well-lighted factory of the Briggs and Stratton Company, Milwaukee, the girls are comfortably and becomingly garbed for work.
    • VIII POOLING BRAINS
      • The women of the Motor Corps of the National League for Woman's Service refuting the traditions that women have neither strength nor endurance.
        • Down the street they come, beginning their pilgrimage of alleviation and succor on the battlefields of France.
      • Down the street they come, beginning their pilgrimage of alleviation and succor on the battlefields of France.
    • The women of the Motor Corps of the National League for Woman's Service refuting the traditions that women have neither strength nor endurance.
      • Down the street they come, beginning their pilgrimage of alleviation and succor on the battlefields of France.
    • Down the street they come, beginning their pilgrimage of alleviation and succor on the battlefields of France.
    • IX "BUSINESS AS USUAL"
      • How can business be "as usual" when in Paris there are about 1800 of these small workshops where a woman dips Bengal Fire and grenades into a bath of paraffin!
    • How can business be "as usual" when in Paris there are about 1800 of these small workshops where a woman dips Bengal Fire and grenades into a bath of paraffin!
    • X "AS MOTHER USED TO DO"
      • Countess de Berkaim and her canteen in the Gare de St. Lazarre, Paris.
    • Countess de Berkaim and her canteen in the Gare de St. Lazarre, Paris.
    • XI A LAND ARMY
      • An agricultural unit, in the uniform approved by the Woman's Land Army of America.
    • An agricultural unit, in the uniform approved by the Woman's Land Army of America.
    • XII WOMAN'S PART IN SAVING CIVILIZATION
      • .
        • A useful blending of Allied women. Miss Kathleen Burke (Scotch) exhibiting the X-ray ambulance equipped by Mrs. Ayrlon (English) and Madame Curie (French)
      • A useful blending of Allied women. Miss Kathleen Burke (Scotch) exhibiting the X-ray ambulance equipped by Mrs. Ayrlon (English) and Madame Curie (French)
    • .
      • A useful blending of Allied women. Miss Kathleen Burke (Scotch) exhibiting the X-ray ambulance equipped by Mrs. Ayrlon (English) and Madame Curie (French)
    • A useful blending of Allied women. Miss Kathleen Burke (Scotch) exhibiting the X-ray ambulance equipped by Mrs. Ayrlon (English) and Madame Curie (French)
    • APPENDIX
      • DOCUMENTS USED IN WOMEN'S WAR-WORK IN ENGLAND AND FRANCE
    • DOCUMENTS USED IN WOMEN'S WAR-WORK IN ENGLAND AND FRANCE
    • MEDICAL CERTIFICATE
      • JOINT WOMEN'S V.A.D. DEPARTMENT. Territorial Forces Association. British Red Cross Society. Order of St. John of Jerusalem. DEVONSHIRE HOUSE, PICCADILLY, LONDON. W1.
      • QUALIFICATIONS of Members of Women's Voluntary Aid Detachments for Nursing Service or General Service.
    • JOINT WOMEN'S V.A.D. DEPARTMENT. Territorial Forces Association. British Red Cross Society. Order of St. John of Jerusalem. DEVONSHIRE HOUSE, PICCADILLY, LONDON. W1.
    • QUALIFICATIONS of Members of Women's Voluntary Aid Detachments for Nursing Service or General Service.
    • WOMEN'S ARMY AUXILIARY CORPS FORM OF APPLICATION
      • (Part of the application form used in England by the Women's Land Army.)
    • (Part of the application form used in England by the Women's Land Army.)
    • WOMEN'S LAND ARMY
      • THE GOVERNMENT PROMISES:--
    • THE GOVERNMENT PROMISES:--
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