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Peterson, Esther E.: Oral History Interview - JFK #3, 2/11/1970

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Peterson, Esther (Esther Eggertsen), 1906-1997
(1906 - 1997) Legislative representative, Industrial Union Department, AFL-CIO (1958-1961); Assistant Secretary for Labor Standards (1961-1969), Director, Women's Bureau (1961-1964), Department of Labor
Peterson discusses the President’s Commission on the Status of Women; the anachronistic nature of the Labor Department Women’s Bureau; consumer affairs and protection; and involving of women’s organizations in working for civil rights.
11 February 1970
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Tape Open for Background Use Only
Donated to the United States
JFKOH-EEP-04
National Archives and Records Administration. Office of Presidential Libraries. John F. Kennedy Library. (04/01/1985- )
Deeded
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