Mary Kellogg Rice describes a unique Milwaukee project in the post-Depression years which trained thousands of unskilled, uneducated women in the production of a variety of handicrafts. These articles were displayed in schools, universities, hospitals and other public institutions around the country.
Mary Kellogg Rice assisted in the planning of a 1935 WPA project that gave employment to unskilled women who were receiving public assistance from Milwaukee County. She has also collaborated on another book, The Art of Japanese Resist Dying, published in Japan in 1983.
Published by the Milwaukee Historical Society. Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA.