New York: ILGWU, 1936. [12p.], wraps, very good but for ILGWU union stamp on front cover. Program for the event with several black and white photos, including posed portraits of local leadership (mostly women with men in the top roles), as well as shots of seamstresses on picket lines and at public mass meetings. Includes a full-page message from Rose Pesotta, the union's anarcho-feminist vice president. Not found in OCLC, though Cornell may hold an example in its ILGWU archive.