Not Only the 'Dangerous Trades': Women's Work and Health in Britain, 1880-1914

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List of Abbreviations

ASL

Anti-Sweating League

BAAS

British Association for the Advancement of Science

BLPES

British Library of Political and Economic Science

BMA

British Medical Association

BMJ

British Medical Journal

ER

Englishwoman's Review

EWJ

English Woman's Journal

FWG

Fabian Women's Group

ILP

Independent Labour Party

IMR

Infant Mortality Ratio

MOH

Medical Officer(s) of Health

NFWW

National Federation of Women Workers

NUASA

National Union of Shop Assistants

PP

Parliamentary Papers

PRO

Public Records Office

RCL

Royal Commmission on Labour

SPEW

Society for Promoting the Employment of Women

TUC

Trades Union Congress

VA

Vigilence Association for the Defence of Personal Rights

WCG

Women's Cooperative Guild

WEDL

Women's Employment Defence League

WIC

Women's Industrial Council

WIDC

Women's Industrial Defence Committee

WLL

Women's Labour League

WPPL

Women's Protective and Provident League

WTUA

Women's Trade Union Association

WTUL

Women's Trade Union League

WTUPL

Women's Trade Union and Provident League

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