A honeymoon experiment

A honeymoon experiment

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A Honeymoon Experiment HONEYMOONA EXPERIMENT By Chaseand StuartMargaret Boston and New York MifflinHoughton Company 1916 UNIV. OF CALIF. LOSLESARY, ANGELES BY STUART CHASECOPYRIGHT, 1916, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED PublishtdMay iqib Note is a of ourTHE following summary experi- as a in the ofences honeymoon couple city New in the summer and fallRochester, York, of the We have tried to truth-1914. giveyear ofwhat and wethe facts we havefound,fully also of certain andgiven, necessity, opinions but these latter and un-conclusions, should, have less inwill, infinitely weightdoubtedly the former. It isthe mind of the reader than in the that the facts of ourprimarily hope will that we offerbeexperiment illuminating, this little book. MARGARET HATFIELD CHASE STUART CHASE Contents Part I Groom'sThe Story Went 3WeWhy IO The First Day 22HouseThe Boarding- 2 5 HousekeepingLight 4 Unemployment 87 Employment 79And Finally IIPart 5.Bride'sThe Story StreetstheTramping i OfficestheIn Employment IO3Maid InterviewsSecond- I1Q . ..Employment I!I First SalesgirlJobMy l ! 5Waitress IZI ClerkRag-Time I2 5ChemicalThe Shop I27The Cravat Factory 6."Movies" . 3at the Piano-Player 1HProblemThe White-Slave 8HProblemAnother !54And Finally A Honeymoon Experiment IPart The Groom s Story A Honeymoon Experiment I The Groom'sPart Story WHY WE WENT "ANY man that wants a canjobworthy it!

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A Honeymoon ExperimentHONEYMOONA
EXPERIMENT
By
Chaseand StuartMargaret
Boston and New York
MifflinHoughton Company
1916
UNIV. OF CALIF. LOSLESARY, ANGELESBY STUART CHASECOPYRIGHT, 1916,
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
PublishtdMay iqibNote
is a of ourTHE following summary experi-
as a in the ofences honeymoon couple city
New in the summer and fallRochester, York,
of the We have tried to truth-1914. giveyear
ofwhat and wethe facts we havefound,fully
also of certain andgiven, necessity, opinions
but these latter and un-conclusions, should,
have less inwill, infinitely weightdoubtedly
the former. It isthe mind of the reader than
in the that the facts of ourprimarily hope
will that we offerbeexperiment illuminating,
this little book.
MARGARET HATFIELD CHASE
STUART CHASE