Dr. Elinor Foster

There are 5 included publications by Dr. Elinor Foster :

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
Seeing the Invisible Among Us 2004 462 The book is a study of the working poor in the United States, including accounts of waitresses, farm workers, shelf stockers, and others, some illegal immigrants. Employer, union organizers, job trainers, and social workers are interviewed, as well a...
Southern Exposure at Sixth Benefit 2007 189 This year the Friends of the Library annual benefit event, continuing a series which began in 2002, will have a Southern accent. Featured speaker/entertainer/author/etiquette expert Cecilia Budd Grimes will enlighten the audience on “What It Means To...
Staff + Committees = Added Value 2006 575 When library committees bring together staff with interests and talents outside their immediate job descriptions, the results can bring added value to the staff and library. Such interests and talents may result in exhibits, displays, and several int...
Strong Women Who Ruled England 2006 754 The book reviews several instances of female rule in England which came about when there was no available heir to the throne. Considerable attention is given to the reigns of Queen Elizabeth I and Victoria; also discussed are Matilda, daughter of Hen...
A Study of the Nation's First CEO 2005 659 The times which shaped America's first hero and head of government and their product, George Washington, are explored.