Byline: Catherine King; 1898-08-01; New York Evening World; pages 7
"I had tried several ways of earning a living and had found none that would have brought me enough to even settle my board bill, had I been in real distress. I felt that I must find something. Other women reduced to financial straits manage to earn a living somehow and I must do the same. I searched again the advertisements in the papers and found that although there was plenty of work offered for women, most of it required special training. . ."
Description:Catherine King's fourth day investigating different kinds of jobs. Today she is in an office.
Rights: Public domain.