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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 23, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 13',
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'GIRL LINCOLN" OF TOILING CHILDREN WOULD
FREE 2,000,000 WORKING. INFANTS
Miss Josephine J. Eschenbrenner.
Berkeley, Cal., Nov. 23. In liberty-loving
America nearly 2,000,000
children between the ages of 10 and
15 years are working in mines, fac
tories, sweatshops, and mills, accord
ing to Miss Josephine J, Eschenbren
ner, a young Brooklyn social work
er, who has worked her way from a
factory girl at the age of 13 to the
position of membership secretary of
the National Child Labor Committee.
Miss Eschenbrenner has come to
the Pacific? Coast seeking support
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