This is Who We Were: 1910s

“This brilliant book looks at the 1910s from the standpoint of American lives and families. It considers various experiences of people on the job and in their neighborhoods. The stories depict both struggling and successful Americans - a Russian immigrant who worked in a Pittsburg steel factory, well-known entertainers and athletes, World War I servicemen-creating a picture of what it was like at the time for those from various backgrounds…This outstanding study belongs in all libraries with extensive holdings in social science and history. It should interest the individual scholar and general reader alike. Readers desiring more on the period might consult the extensive bibliography, at the end of the book.”
- Library Journal