[Boston? 1908]. In February 1903, Oregon enacted a law that prohibited women from working in “any mechanical establishment or factory or laundry” for more than ten hours a day. Curt Muller, a laundry owner, was charged in 1905 with requiring his employee, Mrs. E. Gotcher, to work a ten-hour day.....
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