Nebraska Authors

Lucille Eaves

Born 1869-01-09 Leavenworth, KS (USA)

Died 1953-01-20
Brookline, MA (USA)

Places Lived

Leavenworth, KS
Peoria, IL
Stanford, CA
San Diego, CA
San Francisco, CA
Chicago, IL
Lincoln, NE
Columbia, NY
Boston, MA

Author Of

  • Nonfiction

Keywords

Sociology; Labor Issues; suffrage

Education

Educated in Peoria, IL
Bachelor of Arts in History, 1894, Stanford University, Stanford, CA
Master of Arts Degree in History, Stanford University, Stanford, CA
Ph.D., Columbia University, Columbia, NY
Graduate Studies, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL

Occupation

High School Teacher and Department Head in History, San Diego, CA
Associate Professor of Practical Sociology at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE
Professor of History, Stanford University, Stanford, CA
Lecturer, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL
Director of the Research Department of the Women’s Educational and Industrial Union in Boston, MA
Professor, Simmons College, Boston, MA

Places Worked

Director of the Industrial Bureau of Relief Work, San Francisco, CA
Fellow of Economics, University of California
Associate Professor of Practical Sociology at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE
Professor of History, Stanford University, Stanford, CA
Lecturer, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL
Women’s Educational and Industrial Union in Boston, MA
Professor, Simmons College, Boston, MA
Author

Associations

Member of the Nebraska Suffrage Society

Bibliography

A History of California Labor Legislation.1910.
The Food of Working Women in Boston. 1917.
Training for Store Service. 1920.
Gainful Employment for Handicapped Women. 1921.
Old Age Support of Women Teachers: Provision for Old Age made by Women Teachers in the Public Schools of Massachusetts. 1922.
Children in Need of Special Care: Studies Based on Two Thousand Case Records of Social Agencies. 1923.
A Legacy to Wage-Earning Women. 1925.
Aged Clients of Boston Social Agencies. 1927.

Contributor to many periodicals on Labor and Sociological issues

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