Byline: Nell Nelson; 1888-08-17; Chicago Times; pages 1-2
On the southwest corner of Washington boulevard and Union street towers a spacious brick building, onthe third floor of which Henry W. King & Co manufacture much ofthe clothing that supplies the country trade. The place is far from uninviting. Clean halls and well-swept stairs croclaim the faithful service of a janitor, and the girl who has worked in "other shops" blesses the man at the rope every time she rides in the neat, mirror-lined elevator.
Description:Nelson continues her undercover expose of women's working conditions in Chicago factories.
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