Gulick, Sidney L. Working Women of Japan (1915)
Gulick, Sidney L. Working Women of Japan (1915)

Gulick, Sidney L. Working Women of Japan (1915)

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Gulick, Sidney L. Working Women of Japan. New York: Missionary Education Movement of the United States and Canada, 1915. First Edition. [7476]

Blue cloth with red titles, 5 1/4 x 7 3/4 inches. "For Editorial Use Only" ink stamp on ffep. Frontispiece & several additional plates, 162 pp. Very good. Hardcover.

Chapters:
Social Classes in Japan, Old and New
Farmers' Wives and Daughters
Domestic Industries in Farming Families
Silk Workers
Wives and Daughters of Artizans and Merchants
Komori (Baby-tenders)
Household Domestics
Hotel and Tea-house Girls
Factory Girls and Women
Geisha
Shogi (Licensed Prostitutes)
Ameliorative Efforts
The Matsuyama Working Girls' Home

Sidney Lewis Gulick (1860-1945), b. Ebon, Marshall Islands; d. Boise, Idaho. He was a Congregational missionary , educated at Dartmouth College, for twenty-five years a missionary in Japan under the auspices of the A. B. C. F. M. Gulick was Professor of Theology in Doshisha University (1906-1913), Lecturer in the Imperial University of Kyoto (1907-1913), Secretary of the department of international justice and good-will of the Federal Council of Churches of Christ in America (1914-1934), and served on other prominent church boards and organizations promoting international cooperation. He was the author of Growth of the Kingdom of God; Evolution of the Japanese; The White Peril in the Far East; The American Japanese Problem; The Fight for Peace