A Study of the Average Monthly Income and Expenditures of Married Dartmouth Students, October 1946-April 1947 See all items with this value
This paper first provides figures about married Dartmouth student income and expenses, including the contribution of student wives. Although wives without children are credited as the primary family earners, the authors indicate that they believe the most important source of income is the GI Bill, which “negates the fear of many masculine members on our campus that the fairer sex is here to stay.” See all items with this value
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Murray, Thomas J., and Leonard E. Morrissey. “A study of the average monthly income and expenditures of married Dartmouth students residing in Sachem Village, Wigwarm Circle, Middle and South Fayerweather Halls, October 1946- April 1947.” May 30, 1947. D.C. History LD1441 .M8. Rauner Special Collections Library, Hanover, NH. See all items with this value
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