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Staff Picks: Commercial and Financial Chronicle

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The Commercial and Financial Chronicle, now available in FRASER, is an excellent source of contemporaneous economic and business information for the years 1870 to 1935. Read more

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Staff Picks: The New York Fed Circulars

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The New York circulars show more than 80 years of the day-to-day business of the Fed. Read more

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Staff Picks: 1979 BLS “Exploring Careers” Workbooks

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Learn more about the evolution of the working world in the 1979 Bureau of Labor Statistics workbook series “Exploring Careers.” Read more

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Staff Picks: Bulletins of the Bureau of Labor Statistics

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The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) Bulletins are a FRASER staff pick. With over 2,000 bulletins on labor, the workforce, and working conditions, BLS Bulletins are a valuable research asset. Read more

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Staff Picks: Budget of the United States Government

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Learn about the documents – ranging from simple guides to detailed tables – in the federal government’s annual Budget. Read more

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Staff Picks: Company Housing

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Company-provided housing was once a common practice in America. This 1920 BLS Bulletin examines company housing across the country. Read more

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Staff Picks: BLS Women in Industry Series

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Included in the Bureau of Labor Statistics Bulletins on FRASER is the Women in Industry Series from the early 20th century. Read more

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Staff Picks: A Memo from Miss Joy

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The Charles Hamlin papers include memos from Aryness Joy, an early Fed research assistant who helped create the cost-of-living index. Read more

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