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|Title||The Industrial Condition of Women and Girls in Honolulu: A Social Study|
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Frances Blascoer was the NAACP's first Executive Secretary, serving February 1910–March 1911, resigning after a dispute with W. E. B. Du Bois, then the NAACP's Director of Publicity and Research, over finances for The Crisis, the NAACP monthly magazine that he edited.
She was a settlement worker, in 1912 was Special Investigator for the Board of Trustees of the Kaiulani Home for Young Women and Girls, and, in 1915, was Special Investigator for the Committee on Hygiene of School Children of the Public Education Association of the City of New York.--https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frances_Blascoer