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New York: . 3.5x5.25-inch card, black text on green card stock, edges yellowed else very good condition. Local 22 Dressmakers was part of a reorganization of the ILGWU in the early 1930s to remove Communist leadership. Charles "Sasha" Zimmerman was a former Communist who became an anti-communist and led the...
Washington: GPO, 1893. xxix, 269p., half-leather (pressed calf, in very good condition) over marbled boards with maroon leather labels gilt, raised bands and devices, quite bright, good quality marbled endsheets; minor rubbing and handling wear of covers, small exterior paper adhesion, text block paper slightly browned. On the garment industry...
New York: Russell Sage Foundation, 1917. Hardcover. x, 276p., frontis and twenty photographs by Lewis W. Hine on inserted coated stock (most of which show seamstresses amidst a multitude of chapeaux), very good first edition in green cloth boards & gilt. Minor edge wear; a clean, sound very good copy.
New York: Center for United Labor Action [CULA], . 27p., contemporary snapshot and a few period photoillustrations, staplebound 11x8.5 inch wraps, somewhat handled, has some dog-ears, good copy. Sections on the exploitation of waitressing, hospital work, "hired house slaves" (housekeepers), and other professions.