Women of the Depression: Caste and Culture in San Antonio, 1929-1939

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Index
abandonment, 29, 180
abortion, 31
Ackles, Katie Lee, 3
advertising: for employment, 80-81
AFL. See American Federation of Labor
age, marriage, 168, by ethnicity, 26-27
age structure: of female labor force, 86
agricultural labor, 17. See also migrant workers
Alazan Courts, 183
alcohol, 156, 158. See also bootlegging, Prohibition
aliens, employment of, 14
Allred, James V., 143
Altrusa Club, 58
American Civil Liberties Union, 143
American Federation of Labor (AFL), 125, 130, 131, 138, 147, 151, auxiliaries, 150
American Indian, 13
Americanization, 109, 124
Anglo: defined, i
anticommunism, 151
Arkansas, 154
Arnold, William B., 106, 126, 130
Asian Americans, 13
Atlanta: married teachers in, 125
attorneys, 76
Austin, Moses, 16
autonomy: of Mexican-American wives, 38
Barrera, Mario, ii
"Battle of the Flowers," 4-5, 183
beauticians, 173
Becker, Stanley, 190, 191-92
Beethoven Hail, 17
Bellinger, Charlie, 8, 19
Beneficencia Mexicana, 55
Bexar County, 76, 154, 156, 157, 158, 166, 177
Bexar County Board of Welfare and Unemployment, 117, 127
Bexar County Courthouse, 116, 125
Bexar County Protective League, 128
Bexar County Red Cross, 112
birth control, 31
birthrate, 31, 168
Bishop,L. P., 106
black: defined, ii
black codes, ii
Black Friday, 20
boarders, 34
Bolin, Winifred, 198
Bonus Army, 22, 52
Boone, Stella, 109
bootlegging, 153, 159, 163, 166, 175. See also alcohol; Prohibition
bordellos, 17, 154
Brooks, Homer, 145, 148
burglary, 157
Bush, Mrs. Samuel, 60, 61
Butler, Veda, 112, 169
care operators, 82
Callaghan, Bryan, 19
Camp Normoyle, 18
Canary Islands, 16
Carrsaw, William, 106
Castaneda, Emilia, 158
caste, 9, 168-69, 172, 176, 183, 186; defined, ii
census, 153; fifteenth, 35, 50-51, 86; relief, 50-51, 86-87; sixteenth, 66-67; unemployment, 51, 87
Central Unemployment Relief Committee (CURC), 67, 112-13, 114, 115
Chafe, ,William H., 7
Chamber of Commerce, 151
Chambers, C. M., 22, 112-13
charity, 52, 67, 112, 114, 117, 128
child labor, 33, 62-63, 143, 170
child-woman ratio, 31
churches: Catholic, 17, 36-38, 55, 112 (see

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page v
  • Contents ix
  • List of Illustrations xi
  • List of Tables xiii
  • Preface xvii
  • Acknowledgments xix
  • Introduction 3
  • [1] - The Neglected City 13
  • [2] - The Family and the Female Life Cycle 25
  • [3] - Coping: Middle- and Upper-Class Women 43
  • [4] - Working: Women's Participation in the Labor Force 60
  • [5] - Adapting: Occupational Segregation And Unemployment 75
  • [6] - Home and Shop: Wages and Working Conditions 90
  • [7] - Unemployment Relief and Emergency Job Programs 109
  • [8] - Women and the Labor Movement 130
  • [9] - Crime: the Role of Women 152
  • [10] - Consequences 168
  • Appendixes 185
  • Sources 255
  • Index 273
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