Gulick, Sidney L. Working Women of Japan. New York: Missionary Education Movement of the United States and Canada, 1915. First Edition. 
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.
Social Classes in Japan, Old and New
Farmers' Wives and Daughters
Domestic Industries in Farming Families
Wives and Daughters of Artizans and Merchants
Hotel and Tea-house Girls
Factory Girls and Women
Shogi (Licensed Prostitutes)
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.