ILGWU Audio-Visual (AV)

Collection Number: 5780 AV

Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation and Archives, Cornell University Library


DESCRIPTIVE SUMMARY

Title:
ILGWU Audio-Visual (AV), 1950-1999
Collection Number:
5780 AV
Creator:
International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union (ILGWU)
Quantity:
110.2 linear ft.
Forms of Material:
Audio cassette tapes, open reel audio tapes, video cassette tapes, motion picture films.
Repository:
Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation and Archives, Cornell University Library
Language:
Collection material in English, Spanish, and Chinese


ILGWU ORGANIZATIONAL HISTORY

Founded in 1900 by local union delegates representing about 2,000 members in cities in the northeastern United States, the ILGWU grew in geographical scope, membership size, political influence to become one of the most powerful forces in American organized labor by mid-century. Representing workers in the women's garment industry, the ILGWU worked to improve working and living conditions of its members through collective bargaining agreements, training programs, health care facilities, cooperative housing, educational opportunities, and other efforts. In 1995, the ILGWU merged with the Amalgamated Clothing and Textile Workers Union (ACTWU) to form the Union of Needletrades, Industrial and Textile Employees (UNITE).

COLLECTION DESCRIPTION

This collection contains video recordings, audio recordings, motion picture film, microfilm, and film strips collected, produced or otherwise created by the ILGWU. Among these are 3 DVD copies of 16mm film that document the celebration of the Union Health Center's 50th Anniversary in 1964. In addition to ILGWU members, staff, and officers, the event includes an address by President Lyndon B. Johnson.
SUBJECTS

Names:
International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union.

Subjects:
Labor unions--Clothing workers--United States--History.
Clothing workers--United States--History.
Clothing industry--United States--History.

Form and Genre Terms:
Audio- visual materials


INFORMATION FOR USERS

Access Restrictions:
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Restrictions on Use:
This collection must be used in keeping with the Kheel Center Information Sheet and Procedures for Document Use.
Cite As:
ILGWU Audio-Visual (AV) #5780 AV. Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation and Archives, Cornell University Library.

RELATED MATERIALS

Related Collections:
5780: ILGWU records

CONTAINER LIST

Container
Description
Date
Box 1 Folder 1 1972
16mm; 4.5 min.; AFL committee on public education harshly criticizes George Wallace in the 1968 election and warns agains voting for him in the 1972 election; criticizes policies in Alabma; 1972?; 2 copies
Box 1 Folder 2
16mm; 9 min.; United Federation of Teachers talks about voter registration and participation for urban, working, and minority youth; Harold Mayer production
Box 1 Folder 3
16mm; 25 min.; AFL-CIO Committee on Political Education, labor's role in politics and legislation
Box 2 Folder 4
Box 2 Folder 5
Box 2 Folder 6
Box 2 Folder 7
Box 2 Folder 8
Box 2 Folder 9
Box 2 Folder 10
Box 2 Folder 11
Box 2 Folder 12
Box 2 Folder 13
Box 2 Folder 14
Box 2 Folder 15
Box 2 Folder 16
Box 2 Folder 17
Box 2 Folder 18
Box 2 Folder 19
Box 2 Folder 21
Text in film: "hand assembly of screw caps, old method, assembling two operations causing excess handling and unbalanced distribution of work." "First operation, putting in, heavy lines in caps".
Box 2 Folder 22
Text in film: "cut out back lace, Miss Swank, March 1943, Management Engineering Department, ILGWU". Several women, cutting out a lace into a piece of cloth.
Box 2 Folder 23 1941-1943
August-April; Text on film: "Flatlock Close, shoulder and sleeve, Belle Knitting Mills, November 1941, ILGWU Management Engineering Department. Followed by several women sewing what appear to be sleeves with sewing machines.
Box 2 Folder 24 1941-1943
(missing); August-April; ILGWU Management Engineering Department
Box 2 Folder 25 1941-1943
(missing); August-April; ILGWU Management Engineering Department
Box 2 Folder 26 1941-1943
(missing); August-April; ILGWU Management Engineering Department
Box 2 Folder 27 1941-1943
August-April; ILGWU Mangement Engineering Department
Box 2 Folder 28 1941-1943
August-April; ILGWU Management Engineering Department
Box 2 Folder 29 1941-1943
(missing) August-April; ILGWU Management Engineering Department
Box 2 Folder 30 1941-1943
August-April; ILGWU Management Engineering Department
Box 2 Folder 31 1941-1943
August-April; ILGWU Management Engineering Department
Box 2 Folder 32 1941-1943
August-April; ILGWU Management Engineering Department
Box 2 Folder 33 1941-1943
August-April; ILGWU Management Engineering Department
Box 2 Folder 34 1941-1943
August-April; ILGWU Management Engineering Department
Box 2 Folder 39
Text in film: "The Efficiency Engineering Department, of the Impartial Chairman, presents": "Comparisons." A film comparing 2 plants, one which has effective management and one which does not.
Box 2 Folder 40
Box 2a Folder 41
Text in film: "Stretch, work, and cut gadget tape." Followed by a woman cuttinga long tape.
Box 2a Folder 42 1950
June
Box 2a Folder 43 1941
August 7; Text in film: "stitch darts". Followed by women sewing and stitching darts.
Box 2a Folder 44
Text in film: "Work simplification management, engineering department". Followed by a woman sewing a large piece of garment. Film is torn and broken, perf damage
Box 2a Folder 45
Box 2a Folder 46
Box 2a Folder 47
ILGWU Management Engineering Department.
Box 2a Folder 48
(damaged)
Box 2a Folder 49
ILGWU Management Engineering Department.
Box 2a Folder 50 1950- 1959
Box 2a Folder 52 1975
Feb. 12
Box 2a Folder 54 1975
Feb. 12
Box 2a Folder 55
Box 2a Folder 57
Box 2a Folder 57a
2 Commericals; Lillian on both.
Box 2a Folder 58
Box 2a Folder 58a
Box 2a Folder 61
Box 2a Folder 62
Meredith outdoor; Lydia indoor; J. Prine I indoor
Box 2a Folder 63
Box 2a Folder 63a
End Piece; Laugh In spoof
Box 2a Folder 67
Box 2a Folder 67a 1980
Box 3 Folder 51 1975
Feb. 12
Box 3a Folder 53
Box 3b-c Folder 64
2 copies
Box 3d Folder 64a
Jime prine I; Donny and Marie; Merv Griffin; Carol Burnett; Saturday Night live w/ American Dope Association
Box 4a-c Folder 65 1980
4 copies
Box 4d Folder 65a 1980
Box 4e Folder 66 1983
Reports ILGWU ad efforts from '76-'83, Archie Bunker, Barbara Mandrell, Bosom Buddies, Facts of Life, Dukes of Hazard, Harper Valley PTA Filthy Rich, Best of Carson, Gloria, Movies - "Paternity", "So Fine"
Box 4f Folder 68
Box 4g Folder 69
Box 4h Folder 70
Box 4I Folder 71 1976
(damaged; won't project); Feb.
Box 4j Folder 72 1976
Feb.
Box 4k Folder 73 1960-1979
(Unity House?)
Box 4L Folder 74
Amateur footage.
Box 5 Folder 75 1957
June
Box 5a Folder 76
In Spanish; US Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare; Social Security Admin; Bureau of Old Age and Survivors' insurance, creative arts studio
Box 5b-e Folder 77 1960-1961
4 copies; VHS version in Box 8
Box 5f Folder 77a 1961-1962
Box 6, 6a-c Folder 78 1962-1963
4 copies
Box 6d-f Folder 79 1963
3 copies
Box 6g Folder 80 1941
(damaged; near the start); Created by BV Morkovin to assist adults learning to lip read.
Box 6h Folder 81 1960-1961
Box 7 Folder 82 1953
June 26-27
Box 7a Folder 83 1954
June 18
Box 7b Folder 84 1955
June 24
Box 7c Folder 85 1952
June 13
Box 7d Folder 86 1956
Box 7e Folder 87
Box 7f Folder 88 1953
March
Box 7g Folder 89
(flim torn)
Box 7h Folder 90 1950
Washington monument, Jefferson and Lincoln Memorials, Capitol Building, White House, Treasuring Building
Box 7I Folder 91
23 films, continuous loop
Box 7j Folder 92 1983
April; Live conference led by Frederick siems and Sol Chaikin; calls attention to damage to US garment workers and manufactureres caused by imports and non-reciprocal free trade. Encourages government tariffs against foreign-made garments
Box 7k Folder 93 1950
David Dubinsky, Luigi Antonini, Oscar Ewing, Hubert Humphrey, Alexander Brody
Box 8 Folder 77 1960-1961
VHS
Box 8 Folder 92-115
16mm; 23 films, continuous loop
Box 8 Folder 116
Office and Distribution Employees' Union Local 99, ILGWU.
Box 8 Folder 117
Skirt and Sportswear Workers, Local 23; 8 copies
Box 8 Folder 133 1951- 1952
Box 8 Folder 136 1960
VHS
Box 9 Folder 134 1966
Box 9a Folder 135a 1964
16mm on cores; 7 min.; President Lyndon B. Johnson addresses the ILGWU at celebration of opening of Center, June 1964
Box 9b Folder 135b 1964
16mm on cores; 7 min.; President Lyndon B. Johnson addresses the ILGWU at celebration of opening of Center, June 1964
Box 9c Folder 135c 1964
16mm on cores; 7 min.; President Lyndon B. Johnson addresses the ILGWU at celebration of opening of Center, June 1964
Box 9d-e Folder 136
Spring-Summer, Union Label, production process bit; 2 copies; "Fashion 1960" on VHS in Box 8
Box 10 Folder 1 1978
Union label commercials
Box 10 Folder 2 1978-1982
Union label commercials.
Box 10 Folder 3 1978-1982
Union label commercials
Box 10 Folder 4 1978-1982
Norma II/Outdoor Union label commercials
Box 10 Folder 5 1978-1982
Union label commercials
Box 10 Folder 6 1979
Oct. 15; Bledsoes w/Chorus, w/o Chorus Union label commercials
Box 10 Folder 6a 1978-1982
Union label commercials
Box 10 Folder 7 1978-1982
Union label commercials
Box 10 Folder 8 1979
Union label commercials
Box 10 Folder 9 1979
Union label commercials
Box 10 Folder 10 1979
Union label commercials
Box 10 Folder 11 1978-1982
Union label commercials
Box 10 Folder 12 1982
Union label commercials
Box 10 Folder 13 1982
Clothes in your Closet/ Kathy
Box 10 Folder 14 1982
Clothes in your Closet/ Joan
Box 10 Folder 15 1982
Americans Helping Americans - Beverly
Box 11 Folder 16
Box 11 Folder 17 1982
1" reel; 30 sec.
Box 11 Folder 18 1979
Union label commercials
Box 11 Folder 19 1981
Union label commercials
Box 11 Folder 20 1979
Union label commercials
Box 11 Folder 21 1977
Union label commercials
Box 11 Folder 22 1979
Union label commercials
Box 11 Folder 23 1979
Union label commercials
Box 11 Folder 24 1979
Union label commercials
Box 11 Folder 25 1979
Union label commercials
Box 11 Folder 26 1977
Union label commercials
Box 11 Folder 27
Union label commercials
Box 11 Folder 28 1977
Union label commercials
Box 11 Folder 29 1978
Union label commercials
Box 11 Folder 30 1978
Union label commercials
Box 11 Folder 31 1981
Union label commercials
Box 12 Folder 32 1976-1982
Union label commercials
Box 12 Folder 33 1978
Union label commercials
Box 12 Folder 34 1976-1982
Union label commercials
Box 12 Folder 34a 1976-1982
Union label commercials
Box 12 Folder 35 1979
Union label commercials
Box 12 Folder 36 1977
Union label commercials
Box 12 Folder 36a 1978
Union label commercials
Box 12 Folder 37 1980
Union label commercials
Box 12 Folder 38 1977
Union label commercials
Box 12 Folder 39 1978
Union label commercials
Box 12 Folder 40 1978
Union label commercials
Box 12 Folder 41 1976-1982
Union label commercials
Box 13 Folder 42 1979
Union label commercials
Box 13 Folder 43 1979
Union label commercials
Box 13 Folder 44 1982-1986
Union label commercials
Box 13 Folder 45 1976
Union label commercials
Box 13 Folder 46 1977
Union label commercials
Box 13 Folder 47 1977
Union label commercials
Box 13 Folder 48 1982-1986
Box 13 Folder 49 1976
Union label commercials
Box 14 Folder 52 1980
Union label commercials
Box 14 Folder 53 1980
Union label commercials
Box 14 Folder 54 1976
Union label commercials
Box 14 Folder 55 1982-1986
Union label commercials
Box 14 Folder 56 1976
Union label commercials
Box 14 Folder 57 1976
Union label commercials
Box 15 Folder 58 1976
Union label commercials
Box 15 Folder 59 1976
Union label commercials
Box 15 Folder 60 1977
Union label commercials
Box 15 Folder 61 1978
Union label commercials
Box 15 Folder 62 1982-1986
Union label commercials
Box 15 Folder 62a 1982-1986
Union label commercials
Box 15 Folder 63 1979
Union label commercials
Box 16 Folder 66 1986
1" reel
Box 16 Folder 67 1986
1" reel
Box 16 Folder 68 1986
1" reel
Box 16 Folder 69 1986
1" reel; May 19, 1986
Box 16 Folder 70
1" reel
Box 16 Folder 71 1982
1" reel
Box 16 Folder 71a 1982
1" reel
Box 16 Folder 72
1" reel and VHS tape; One Day At A Time, WKRP, Commercial songs, Wheel of Fortune, AFL-CIO meetings with Irving Levine; Warwick Advertising "Crafted with Pride"; "It Matters--All Stars"; "It Matters--Sammy"
Box 16 Folder 73 1983
1" reel
Box 16 Folder 74 1983
1" reel
Box 17 Folder 75 1986
1" reel
Box 17 Folder 76 1984
1" reel
Box 17 Folder 77
1" reel
Box 17 Folder 78 1980
1" reel; September 20, 1980
Box 17 Folder 79 1984
1" reel; 60 min.; October 23, 1984
Box 18 Folder 80 1982
1" reel
Box 18 Folder 81 1982
1" reel
Box 18 Folder 82 1982
1" reel
Box 18 Folder 83 1982
1" reel
Box 18 Folder 84 1983
1" reel
Box 19 Folder 85 1980
1" reel; 50 min.; September 12, 1980
Box 19 Folder 86 1980
1" reel; 50 min.; Septbmer 15, 1980
Box 19 Folder 87 1980
1" reel; September 22, 1980
Box 20 Folder 89 1983
1" reel
Box 20 Folder 90 1983
1" reel
Box 20 Folder 91 1983
1" reel
Box 20 Folder 92 1980
1" reel
Box 20 Folder 93 1980
1" reel
Box 21 Folder 94 1977
1" reel; 20 min.
Box 21 Folder 95 1977
1" reel; 15 min.
Box 21 Folder 96 1983
3/4" reel?
Box 21 Folder 97 1975
2" reel
Box 22 Folder 98 1976
3/4" U-Matic
Box 22 Folder 99 1977
(missing)
Box 22 Folder 100 1977
Box 22 Folder 100a 1980
Feb. 19; Song and Dance; Vaudevillian
Box 22 Folder 101 1977
Box 22 Folder 102 1977
Box 22 Folder 103 1977
January or December 2
Box 22 Folder 104 1978
Box 22 Folder 105 1978
Box 22 Folder 106 1978
Box 22 Folder 107 1978
Box 22 Folder 108 1978
Box 22 Folder 109
Box 22 Folder 110 1978
Box 22 Folder 111 1979
Box 22 Folder 265 1979
Box 23 Folder 112 1979
Box 23 Folder 113 1979
Box 23 Folder 114 1979
Box 23 Folder 115 1979
Box 23 Folder 116 1979
Box 23 Folder 117 1980
Box 23 Folder 118 1980
Box 23 Folder 119
Box 23 Folder 120
Box 23 Folder 121 1985
Box 23 Folder 122 1983
Box 23 Folder 123
Box 23 Folder 124
Box 23 Folder 125
Box 24 Folder 126 1976
Box 24 Folder 127
Box 24 Folder 128
Box 24 Folder 129 1976
October
Box 24 Folder 130 1976
October
Box 24 Folder 131 1976
October
Box 24 Folder 132 1976
October
Box 24 Folder 133 1976
October
Box 24 Folder 134 1976
October
Box 24 Folder 135 1977
Box 24 Folder 136 1977
Box 24 Folder 137 1977
August
Box 24 Folder 138 1979
September
Box 24 Folder 139 1979
September
Box 24 Folder 140 1979
September
Box 25 Folder 141 1979
September
Box 25 Folder 142 1979
September
Box 25 Folder 143
Box 25 Folder 144 1982
November
Box 25 Folder 145
Union label commercial
Box 25 Folder 146
Union label commercial auditions
Box 25 Folder 147 1975
October; Union label commercial
Box 25 Folder 148 1975
October; Union label commercial
Box 25 Folder 149 1975
October; Union label commercial; Paula Green Advertising in Conjunction with NBC Productions
Box 25 Folder 150 1976
3/4" U-MATIC; 10 min.; February 1976
Box 25 Folder 151 1976
3/4" U-MATIC; December 1976
Box 25 Folder 154 1976
3/4" U-MATIC; 44 min.; September 1976
Box 25 Folder 155 1976
3/4" U-Matic; 20 min.; October 1976
Box 25 Folder 159 1977
August; Union label commercials
Box 25 Folder 160 1977
August; Union label commercials
Box 25 Folder 161 1977
September; Union label commercials
Box 25 Folder 162 1979
October
Box 26 Folder 156 1976
3/4" U-Matic; 60 min.; October 1976
Box 26 Folder 158 1977
3/4" U-Matic; 60 min.; August 1977
Box 26 Folder 159 1977
3/4" U-Matic; 60 min.; August 1977
Box 26 Folder 160 1977
3/4" U-Matic; 60 min.; August 1977
Box 26 Folder 161 1977
3/4" U-Matic; 45 min.; September 1977
Box 26 Folder 162 1979
3/4" U-Matic; 50 min.; October 1979
Box 26 Folder 163 1979
3/4" U-Matic; 18 min.; October 1979
Box 26 Folder 164 1982
3/4" U-MATIC; 60 min.; November 1982
Box 26 Folder 165 1982
3/4" U-Matic; 19 min.; November 19, 1982
Box 26 Folder 166
3/4" U-Matic; 24 min.
Box 26 Folder 167 1975
3/4" U-MATIC; 5 min.; November 1975
Box 26 Folder 168 1976
3/4" U-Matic; 1 min.; February 1976
Box 26 Folder 169 1976
3/4" U- Matic; 3 min.; April 1976
Box 26 Folder 170 1976
3/4" U- Matic; 3 min.; April 1976
Box 27 Folder 171 1982
Nov.; Union label commercials
Box 27 Folder 172 1976
Sep.; Union label commercials
Box 27 Folder 173 1976
Oct.; Union label commercials
Box 27 Folder 174 1976
Oct.; Union label commercials
Box 27 Folder 175 1976
Oct.; Union label commercials
Box 27 Folder 176
Sept.; Union label commercials
Box 27 Folder 177 1977
Sept.; Union label commercials
Box 27 Folder 178 1977
Sept.; Union label commercials
Box 27 Folder 179 1979
Oct.; Union label commercials
Box 27 Folder 180 1978
Jan. 6; Union label commercials
Box 27 Folder 181
Union label commercials
Box 27 Folder 182
Union label commercials
Box 27 Folder 183 1978
Jan. 10; Union label commercials
Box 28 Folder 184 1978
3/4" U-Matic; 2 min.; Marrch 1978; 2 copies
Box 28 Folder 185 1978
3/4" U-Matic; 1 min.; March 1978
Box 28 Folder 186 1978
3/4" U-Matic; 30 sec.; September 1978
Box 28 Folder 187 1976
3/4" U-Matic; 1 min.; September 1976
Box 28 Folder 188 1976
3/4" U-Matic; 1 min.; September 1976
Box 28 Folder 189 1981
3/4" U-Matic; 30 sec.; July 1981
Box 28 Folder 190 1981
3/4" U-Matic; 1 min.; July 1981
Box 28 Folder 191 1981
3/4" U-Matic; 2 min.; July 1981; 2 copies
Box 28 Folder 192 1982
3/4" U-Matic; 3 min.; November 1982
Box 28 Folder 193 1984
3/4" U-Matic; 1 min.; November 1984
Box 28 Folder 194 1982
3/4" U-Matic; 1.5 min.; November 1982
Box 28 Folder 195
3/4" U-Matic; 60 min.
Box 28 Folder 196 1986
3/4" U-Matic; 1.3 min.; March 1986
Box 29 Folder 155
Box 29 Folder 197 1977
August; Union Label, Reporter Talks with Union Label Chorus Members
Box 29 Folder 198 1979
September
Box 29 Folder 199 1979
September
Box 29 Folder 200 1979
September
Box 29 Folder 203 1979
September
Box 29 Folder 204 1977
pril; Peter Kohler expresses misgivings about restricting trade through tariffs or quotas, except for garment industry, the biggest employer of law-wage, low-skilled jobs in New York City. Argues to limit imports, provide job retraining
Box 29 Folder 205 1980
May; WXPIX, WCPS
Box 29 Folder 206 1980
May; WNEW
Box 29 Folder 207 1980
May; WABC
Box 29 Folder 208 1981
March; Richard wagner finds poor working conditions and law pay in garment sweatshops, fire code violations, union contracts ignored and illegal immigrants employed; CBS News
Box 29 Folder 209 1981
April; 1938 Federal Labor Standards Act made homework illegal, (full day in the sweatshop then extra work done home at night). Interview with Sol Chaikin. Chinese Americans and workers, economic and social issues in garment industry, homework, immigration.
Box 29 Folder 210 1976
October
Box 29 Folder 211 1978
May; $4 miillion union lable ad campaign to correct the pub,ic image, interviews paula Green producer/director of ads, and Sol Chaikin
Box 30 Folder 212 1979
June
Box 30 Folder 213 1980
September
Box 30 Folder 214 1980
September
Box 30 Folder 215 1981
July
Box 30 Folder 216 1982
September; potential soybean deal between Arkansas and Taiwan to reduce trade deficit. ILGWU concerned about cheap, imported Taiwanese garments.
Box 30 Folder 217 1983-1984
March
Box 30 Folder 218 1978
May; incl. AFL, AFL-CIO merger formation, Wagner Act, Taft-Hartley Act, Right-to-work laws.
Box 30 Folder 219 1985
Box 30 Folder 220 1979
Box 30 Folder 221 1980
December; drug production and sale in Afghanistan, Iran, and Pakistan.
Box 30 Folder 222
Box 30 Folder 223 1978
October
Box 30 Folder 224 1977
December; debate between Chaikin and Ray Garcia (VP of the Committee for International Trade) on trade deficit and imports.
Box 30 Folder 225 1978
October
Box 31 Folder 226 1978
November; AFL-CIO critique of program, wage freezes, and prices.
Box 31 Folder 227 1980
August
Box 31 Folder 228 1980
September; talks about the history of the ILGWU, union problems, international unionism, imports, union label.
Box 31 Folder 229 1980
November; minimum wage, productivity.
Box 31 Folder 230 1978
November; Halston Midday Live WNEW
Box 31 Folder 231 1978
Saturday, March 18; WABC TV CH 7
Box 31 Folder 232 1978
July; looks at labor before unions and the industrial revolution; interview with Milton Friedman.
Box 31 Folder 233 1980
Box 31 Folder 234 1980
The American Center for Food, Wine and Arts, ILGWU. Puerto Rico, consumer group, product safety, health care, environment, nutrition.
Box 31 Folder 235 1982
March; primetime access rules, if repealed, would allow networks more discretion regarding programming.
Box 31 Folder 236 1980
with clips from ads by AFSCME, AFL-CIO, CWA, Building and Construction Trade Council, Illinois Education Association
Box 31 Folder 237 1976
June
Box 32 Folder 1 1986
August 13; Union label commercials; Video of the Statue of Liberty fading into the faces of four women - "This is the face of Liberty and mine is too."
Box 32 Folder 2
VHS; August 19, 1986
Box 32 Folder 3 1989
VHS; 13 min.
Box 32 Folder 4 1950
VHS; 50 min.; Fictional account of an ILGWU member from 1910. Based on history, includes Triangle Fire, and legislation. Goes through Great Depression and New Deal.; Director and Producer: Jack Arnold. Nominated for best documentary feature, 1950.
Box 32 Folder 5 1983
BETA; October 20, 1983
Box 32 Folder 6
WABC, WCBS
Box 32 Folder 7 1982
Box 32 Folder 148 1980
October 13; 6 films
Box 32 Folder 149
32mm; 9 films
Box 32 Folder 238 1950
Fictional account of an ILGWU member from 1910. Based on history, includes Triangle Fire, and legislation. Goes through Great Depression and New Deal.; Director and Producer: Jack Arnold. Nominated for best documentary feature, 1950.
Box 32 Folder 238b 1950
Fictional account of an ILGWU member
Box 32 Folder 239 1980
December; on imports, protectionism, declining membership.
Box 32 Folder 240 1978
July 30
Box 33 Folder 1 1984
April 2; 7.5 IPS
Box 33 Folder 2 1978
March 17; 7.5 IPS
Box 33 Folder 3 1984
February 6; Radio 7.5 IPS
Box 33 Folder 4 1996
July 18; Radio 7.5 IPS
Box 33 Folder 5 1983
April 3
Box 33 Folder 6 1986
:50 pre-recorded, :10 live
Box 33 Folder 7 1986
July 18; :50 pre-recorded, :10 live
Box 33 Folder 8 1977
Box 33 Folder 9
For xxGD 0115 original music "Together with Gerard Courtin [sp?]
Box 34 Folder 1 1973
" x 7" audio reel
Box 34 Folder 2 1972
" x 7"
Box 34 Folder 3
" x 7"
Box 34 Folder 4 1975
" x 7"
Box 34 Folder 5 1972
" x 7"
Box 34 Folder 6 1973
" x 7"
Box 34 Folder 7 1973
" x 7"
Box 34 Folder 8
" x 7"
Box 34 Folder 9
" x 7"; 4 copies
Box 34 Folder 10 1973
" x 7"; 2 copies
Box 34 Folder 11 1960
" x 7"
Box 34 Folder 12
" x 7"
Box 34a Folder 1 1964
" x 7"; August 26, 1964
Box 34a Folder 2 1973-1975
" x 7"; 5 copies
Box 34a Folder 3 1974
" x 7"
Box 34a Folder 4 1973
" x 7"; June 29
Box 34a Folder 5
" x 7"
Box 34a Folder 6
" x 7"
Box 34a Folder 7
" x 7"; 2 copies
Box 34a Folder 8
" x 7"
Box 34a Folder 9 1974
" x 7"; August 26, 1974
Box 36 Folder 1 1979
7.5 IPS, includes letter from Ed Bell to Jerry Kaufman, 11/8/79: "Enclosed is the "Union Label" news feature we did during the auditions here in Boston. []"
Box 36 Folder 2a-c
Box 36 Folder 3 1976
June 26
Box 36 Folder 4 1980
February 28; Unedited direct from video, 2" to ", 7.5 IPS, YGW 0131, Spokeswoman audio only (no chorus)
Box 36 Folder 5 1975
Radio; 60 second mix; new radio mix,, vocal mix, #579; November 25, 1975
Box 36 Folder 6 1975
TV mix only, October 29, 1975
Box 36 Folder 580
7.5 IPS
Box 36 Folder 594
7.5 IPS
Box 36 Folder 597
7.5 IPS
Box 36 Folder 606
7.5 IPS
Box 36 Folder 608 1976
November 15; 4 copies; 7.5 IPS
Box 36 Folder 609
7.5 IPS
Box 36 Folder 615
7.5 IPS
Box 36 Folder 618
7.5 IPS
Box 36 Folder 619
4 copies; 7.5 IPS
Box 36 Folder 620 1977
7.5 IPS
Box 36 Folder 621 1977
November 11; 7.5 IPS
Box 36 Folder 623 1977
November 21; 7.5 IPS; 6 copies
Box 36 Folder 625 1978
February 17; 7.5 IPS
Box 36 Folder 627
7.5 IPS
Box 36 Folder 631 1983
August 13
Box 36 Folder 633
7.5 IPS
Box 36 Folder 634
7.5 IPS
Box 36 Folder 636 1978
7.5 IPS
Box 36 Folder 637 1978
7.5 IPS
Box 36 Folder 641
7.5 IPS
Box 36 Folder 642
7.5 IPS
Box 36 Folder 645 1980
November 20, 1980
Box 36a Folder 645 1979
November 5; 7.5 IPS; 2 copies
Box 36a Folder 646 1979
November 5; 7.5 IPS; 11 copies
Box 36a Folder 648 1979
November 13; 7.5 IPS; 7 copies
Box 36a Folder 652 1979
November 5; 7.5 IPS; 5 copies
Box 36a Folder 653 1980
February 12
Box 36a Folder 654 1980
November 20; 7.5 IPS; 7 copies
Box 36a Folder 655 1980
#654, November 20; 7.5 IPS; #655, November 20; 7.5 IPS; #656, March 4; 7.5 IPS
Box 36a Folder 656 1980
March 4; 7.5 IPS
Box 36b Folder 654 1980
#654, November 20; 7.5 IPS; #655, November 20; 7.5 IPS; #656, March 4; 7.5 IPS; 11 copies
Box 37
Box 229 Folder 1 1978
Audiocassette; May 30, 1978
Box 230 Folder 1
Audiocassette
Box 231 Folder 1
Audiocassette
Box 232 Folder 1
Audiocassette
Box 233 Folder 1
Audiocassette
Box 234 Folder 1
Audiocassette
Box 235 Folder 1
Audiocassette; 3 parts
Box 238 Folder 1
Audiocassette
Box 239 Folder 1
Audiocassette
Box 240 Folder 1
Audiocassette
Box 241 Folder 1
Audiocassette
Box 242 Folder 1
Audiocassette
Box 243 Folder 1
Audiocassette
Box 244 Folder 1
Audiocassette
Box 245 Folder 1
Audiocassette
Box 246 Folder 1
Audiocassette
Box 247 Folder 1
Audiocassette
Box 249 Folder 1
Audiocassette
Box 250 Folder 1
Audiocassette
Box 251 Folder 1
Audiocassette
Box 252 Folder 1
Audiocassette
Box 253 Folder 1
Audiocassette
Box 254 Folder 1
Audiocassette
Box 255 Folder 1
Audiocassette
Box 256 Folder 1
Audiocassette
Box 257 Folder 1
Audiocassette
Box 258 Folder 1
Audiocassette
Box 260 Folder 1
Audiocassette
Box 261 Folder 1
Audiocassette
Box 262 Folder 1 1970
Audiocassette; December 14, 1970
Box 39 Folder 1
3 copies
Box 39 Folder 2
4 copies
Box 39 Folder 3 1950
Box 39 Folder 4 1980
September 22
Box 39 Folder 5 1980
September 12
Box 39 Folder 6 1974
Harrison production, includes opening, partial Stulberg speech, Rustin
Box 39.5 Folder 1
Slides
Box 39.5 Folder 2
Slides
Box 39.5 Folder 3
Slides
Box 39.5 Folder 4
Slides
Box 39.5 Folder 5
Slides
Box 39.5 Folder 6
Slides
Box 39.5 Folder 7
Slides
Box 39.5 Folder 8
Slides
Box 39.5 Folder 9
Slides
Box 39.5 Folder 10
Slides
Box 39.5 Folder 11
Slides
Box 39.5 Folder 12
Slides
Box 39.5 Folder 13
Slides
Box 39.5 Folder 14
Slides
Box 39.5 Folder 15
Slides
Box 39.5 Folder 16
Slides
Box 39.5 Folder 17 1950
Slides; Includes program, music and lyrics by Michael Johnson, presented by the Northeast Department to the May 1950 ILGWU Convention
Box 40 Folder 1
Box 40 Folder 2a
Box 40 Folder 2b
Box 40 Folder 3
Box 40 Folder 4
Box 40 Folder 5
Box 40 Folder 6a 1950
Box 40 Folder 6b 1950
Box 40 Folder 6c 1950
Box 40 Folder 6d 1950
Box 40 Folder 7
(2 sides)
Box 40 Folder 8
Box 40 Folder 9
Box 40 Folder 10
Box 40 Folder 11
Box 40 Folder 12
Box 40 Folder 13a
Box 40 Folder 13b
Box 40a Folder 13c
Box 40a Folder 14a
2 sides
Box 40a Folder 15a
Box 40a Folder 15b
Box 40a Folder 17
Box 40a Folder 18
part 2
Box 40a Folder 19
Box 40a Folder 20
Box 40a Folder 21
Box 40a Folder 22
Box 40a Folder 23
Box 40a Folder 24
Box 40a Folder 25
Box 40a Folder 30a
Box 40a Folder 30b
Box 40a Folder 31
Box 40a Folder 32 1953
May 4
Box 40a Folder 33a 1953
March 11
Box 41 Folder 33b 1953
March 11
Box 41 Folder 34a
Box 41 Folder 34b
Box 41 Folder 35
Box 41 Folder 36 1953
April 11
Box 41 Folder 37a 1953
May 6
Box 41 Folder 37b 1953
May 6
Box 41 Folder 37c 1953
May 6
Box 41 Folder 38a 1953
May 28
Box 41 Folder 38b 1953
May 28
Box 41 Folder 39 1953
May 18
Box 41 Folder 40
Box 41 Folder 41 1953
November 1
Box 41 Folder 42a
Box 41 Folder 42b
Box 41 Folder 42c
Box 41 Folder 43
Box 41 Folder 44 1954
October 13
Box 41a Folder 1 1961
September
Box 41a Folder 2 1960
March 2
Box 41a Folder 3 1979
August 30
Box 41a Folder 4 1959
September 30
Box 41a Folder 5
Box 41a Folder 6 1954
October 29
Box 41a Folder 45 1954
October 13
Box 41a Folder 46 1954
October 13
Box 41a Folder 46b 1955
May 10
Box 41a Folder 47 1954
October 29
Box 41a Folder 48 1955
January 3
Box 41a Folder 49a 1955
May 10
Box 41a Folder 50a 1955
June 5
Box 41a Folder 50b 1955
June 5
Box 41a Folder 51 1955
June 19; Tel Aviv; David Dubinsky, Sprinzak; Broadcast Station, WLIB
Box 41a Folder 52a 1955
June 29
Box 41a Folder 53 1955
July 14
Box 42 Folder 7
Box 42 Folder 8
Box 42 Folder 9
Box 42 Folder 10
Box 42 Folder 11
Box 42 Folder 12
Box 42 Folder 13
Box 42 Folder 14
Box 42 Folder 15
Box 42 Folder 16
Box 42 Folder 17
Box 42 Folder 18
Box 42 Folder 19
Box 42 Folder 20 1953
May 18
Box 42 Folder 21 1952
January 12
Box 42 Folder 22 1958
David Dubinsky; Julius Hochman
Box 42 Folder 23 1952
David Dubinsky; Julius Hochman; January 12
Box 42 Folder 24 1948
Box 42 Folder 25 1984
August 21
Box 42 Folder 26 1964
November 13
Box 42 Folder 27
Box 42 Folder 28 1964
November 20
Box 42 Folder 29 1964
December 11
Box 42 Folder 30 1964
January 26
Box 42 Folder 31 1965
February 2
Box 42a Folder 32 1959
Miami Beach, Florida; February 2
Box 42a Folder 33 1959
Feb. 24; David Dubinsky
Box 42a Folder 34 1959
Feb. 4; David Dubinsky
Box 42a Folder 35 1959
Feb. 2; Cong. Wright Patman
Box 42a Folder 36 1959
Feb. 2; Con. Wright Patman
Box 42a Folder 37 1959
Feb. 2; Con. Wright Patman
Box 42a Folder 38 1959
Feb. 2; Con. Wright Patman
Box 42a Folder 39 1957
July 31
Box 42a Folder 40 1957
July 31
Box 42a Folder 41 1957
Aug. 1
Box 42a Folder 42 1957
Aug. 1
Box 42a Folder 43 1957
Box 42a Folder 44 1957
Box 42a Folder 45 1957
Box 42a Folder 46 1957
Box 42a Folder 47 1957
Aug. 20
Box 42a Folder 48 1957
Aug. 21
Box 43 Folder 1 1957
Aug. 21
Box 43 Folder 2 1957
Box 43 Folder 3 1957
Aug. 22
Box 43 Folder 4 1957
Aug. 23
Box 43 Folder 5 1951
Nov. 5
Box 43 Folder 6 1951
Nov. 5; Murray, Part II
Box 43 Folder 7 1951
Joe Michaels; 15 IPS?
Box 43 Folder 8 1951
March 9
Box 43 Folder 9 1968
July 19; 7.5 IPS
Box 43 Folder 10 1968
July 19; Tyler; Collins; 7.5 IPS
Box 43 Folder 11 1968
July 19; 7.5 IPS
Box 43 Folder 12 1965
May 12; Chairman Falikman, Secretary Alfred King, Rules Committee, Chairman Bialis, Secretary Douglas Levin
Box 43 Folder 13 1965
May 13
Box 43 Folder 14 1965
May 17
Box 43 Folder 15 1965
May 19
Box 43 Folder 16 1965
May 20; Stulberg cast [?] vote, Dubinksy accept, Stulberg election, Shoenwald [?], Ed Kramer, Chaikin, Harold Schwartz
Box 43 Folder 17a
Welcome by Mr. Biddle, Mrs. Farkas, Mr. Biddle, Mr Heckscher, Introduction to reading of telegrams: Mayor Wagner, Mr. Richard F. Walsh, Mr. Samuels
Box 43a Folder 17b
Box 43a Folder 17c
Mr. Dubinsksy's speech
Box 43a Folder 17d
Box 43a Folder 18 1966
March; General Executive Board
Box 43a Folder 19
reel on both sides
Box 43a Folder 20 1966
March
Box 43a Folder 21 1959
April 20; Hotel Biltmore, New York City
Box 43a Folder 22 1958
ncludes notes on box and letter from the General Federation of Jewish Labour in Israel
Box 43a Folder 23 1958
June 29
Box 43a Folder 24 1958
April 15; Jewish Community Center, Scranton, Pennsylvania
Box 43a Folder 25 1960
Feb. 3; Barcelona Hotel, Miami Beach, Florida; 7.5 IPS
Box 43a Folder 26 1961
May 9; Hotel Shelbourne, Atlantic City, New Jersey (copy); 7.5 IPS
Box 43a Folder 27
May 9; Hotel Shelbourne, Atlantic City, New Jersey
Box 43a Folder 28 1961
May 9; Hotel Shelbourne, Atlantic City, New Jersey (copy)
Box 44 Folder 1 1959
Sept. 17; Pennsylvania; Address by Sol C. Chaikin and Rosato; part 2;t aken from Northeast Department records, 103/50
Box 44 Folder 2 1959
Apr.2; David Dubinsky; Hotel Astor
Box 44 Folder 3 1960
Nov. 2;' Carl Sandberg; ILGWU; Single trak, 7.5 IPS
Box 44 Folder 4 1960
Oct. 7; 7.5 IPS
Box 44 Folder 5 1960
Tape from radio
Box 44 Folder 6 1960
Chorus; Opening speeches; Mendelsund; Meany; Dubinsky (part)
Box 44 Folder 7 1960
Chorus; Mendelsund; introduction to Dubinsky, Lehman; Tape used on radio
Box 44 Folder 8 1960
Sept. 17; Introduction to program; Chorus; Henoch Mendelsun and Introduction of H. Lehman, H. Lehman, H. Mendelsund introduction to Meany, Meany speech, Dubinksy speech; dual track tape, play both sides
Box 44 Folder 9 1960
Sept. 17; Carnegie Hall. The Songs Our People Sing: A Dramatic Episode; Written by Harry Gersh, directed by Herbert Machiz with Morris Carnovsky, Helen Menken, Jay Barney, Leo Lucker; Songs by Masha Benya
Box 44 Folder 10 1961
April 24; Hotel New Yorker, Chairman Ben Kaplan, Speakers H. Mendelsund, David Dubinsky, E. Howard Molisani
Box 44 Folder 11 1961
March 3; Sol "Chick" Chaikin; /75 IPS, taken from Northeast Department material 10/3/50?
Box 44 Folder 12 1962
Aug. 4; Recorded at Garden Room of Crystal Restaurant; 3/75 IPS, taken from Northeast Department material 10/3/50?
Box 44 Folder 13 1962
March 21; Hotel Astor, Chairman Mendelsund, Speakers J. Hochman, Antonini, Zimmerman, Stulberg
Box 44 Folder 14
Hotel Astor, Local managers (all): Henoch Mendelsund, M.M. Kolker, David Dubinsky (side 2)
Box 44 Folder 15 1963
Aug. 21; Hotel New Yorker. Chairman Molisani, Minn Matheson, J. Denaro, David Dubinsky, and Nat Windman
Box 44 Folder 16 1963
March 13; Miami Beach, Florida, Henoch Mendelsund, Dr. Vatican; Radio program, 7.5 IPS, full track
Box 44 Folder 17 1965
March 20; Hotel Commodore, H. Molisani, Charles Zimmerman, Luigi Antonini, Henoch Mendelsund; side 2: H. Molisani and David Dubinsky
Box 44a Folder 18 1965
March 20; Hotel Commodore. W. Wirtz, Secretary of Labor
Box 44a Folder 19 1965
Jan. 27; Astor Hotel. Side 1: Henoch Mendelsund, Monroe Goldwater, David Dubinsky; Side 2: Henoch Mendelsund, Joseph Dubow, Arthur Altemeyer
Box 44a Folder 20a 1966
Feb. 27; L[ocal?] 48, musical concert
Box 44a Folder 20b 1966
Feb. 27 ; L[ocal?] 48, musical concert (continued)
Box 44a Folder 20c 1966
Feb. 27; L[ocal?] 48, speech, tape
Box 44a Folder 21 1972
Dec. 2; Hotel Commodore; Side 1: H.E. Egidio Ortona, Ambassadore of the Republic of Italy; Side 2: Murray Finley, Molisani introduction; response and address by Louis Stulberg; 7.5 IPS
Box 44a Folder 22 1967
Feb. 14; WEVD
Box 44a Folder 23 1957
Oct. 8
Box 44a Folder 24
Side 1
Box 44a Folder 25 1958
Dec. 17
Box 44a Folder 26 1966
May 1; Henoch Mendelsund ; Commodore Hotel, New York City
Box 44a Folder 27 1960
Aug. 22; Sol Chaikin; Taken from Northeast Department material, 10/3/50
Box 44a Folder 28
Taken from Northeast Department material, 10/3/50
Box 44a Folder 29 1966
Nov. 15; WEVD Radio (AM and FM) New York, 8:00-8:30P.M., Louis Stulberg, "Labor and Elections"; Side 1, I mil polyester, 3.74 IPS
Box 44a Folder 30
Box 44a Folder 31 1962
Nov. 4; 7.5 IPS
Box 44a Folder 32
Taken from Northeast Department material
Box 44a Folder 33
Taken from Northeast Department material
Box 44a Folder 34
Taken from Northeast Department material
Box 44a Folder 35
Taken from Northeast Department material
Box 44a Folder 36 1961
May 9; Hotel Shelburne, Atlantic City, New Jersey (copy); 7.5 IPS, full track, 11:52
Box 44a Folder 37 1961
May 9; Hotel Shelburne, Atlantic City, New Jersey; 7.5 IPS, full track, 11:52 A.M.
Box 44a Folder 38 1961
May 9; Hotel Shelburne, Atlantic City, New Jersey ; 7.5 IPS, full track, 11:52 A.M.
Box 44a Folder 39 1961
May 8; Hotel Shelburne, Atlantic City, New Jersey (copy); 7.5 IPS, 10:00 A.M.
Box 44a Folder 40 1961
May 8; Hotel Shelburne, Atlantic City, New Jersey ; 7.5 IPS, 10:00 A.M.
Box 44a Folder 41 1961
May 8; Hotel Shelburne, Atlantic City, New Jersey; 7.5 IPS, 10:00 A.M.
Box 44a Folder 42 1960
Feb. 1; Senator John Sparkman; Barcelona Hotel, Miami Beach, Florida; Master, 7.5 IPS
Box 44a Folder 43 1960
Feb. 1; Senator John Sparkman; Barcelona Hotel, Miami Beach, Florida; 7.5 IPS
Box 45 Folder 1 1952
March; Parri, Canini, Pastore (Local 89); Audiodiscs, Audio Devices, Inc., NYC
Box 45 Folder 2 1960
Oct.20; Stevenson, Humphrey, Douglas, Kennedy
Box 45 Folder 3 1966
Feb. 27; Philharmonic Hall
Box 45 Folder 4a-b 1957
April 17; Speech by David Dubinsky, introduced by Walter Reuther [1 reel of 2]; 7.5 IPS
Box 45 Folder 5 1960
Oct. 6
Box 45 Folder 6 1960
Oct. 18; 15 IPS
Box 45 Folder 7 1954
Oct. 12; WNBC, 11:20 P.M. 12:00 A.M.
Box 45 Folder 8 1954
Oct. 13; WNBC, 1:00 2:00 P.M.
Box 45 Folder 9
Box 45 Folder 10 1960
Oct. 14; 15 and 7.5 IPS
Box 45 Folder 11 1960
Oct. 7; !: Spots; II: ILGWU Series (Humphrey); III: Civil Rights Series; 15 IPS
Box 46 Folder 1 1958
Sept. 4
Box 46 Folder 2 1958
Sept. 4
Box 46 Folder 3
written and directed by Pat Daniels, narrated by Joseph Wiseman, re David Dubinsky; 7.5 IPS, full track mono
Box 46 Folder 4 1964
june 24; 7.5 IPS, dual track tape
Box 46 Folder 5 1952
Feb. 14
Box 46 Folder 6a 1957
Nov. 16
Box 46 Folder 6b 1957
Nov. 16; President Dubinsky and Government Leader
Box 46 Folder 7a 1962
May 19; [reel 1 of 2]
Box 46 Folder 7b 1962
May 19; [reel 2 of 2]
Box 46 Folder 8 1966
March 28
Box 46 Folder 9 1969
March 6
Box 46 Folder 10 1970
Nov. 23; Cut#2
Box 46 Folder 11
Chairman E. Howard Molisani into [intr?] to President Louis Stulberg; 7.5 IPS
Box 46 Folder 12a 1958
Feb.2 ;10:00 11:00 P.M. [reel 1 of 2]; 7.5 IPS
Box 46 Folder 12b 1958
Feb. 6; 10:00 11:00 P.M. [reel 1 of 2]; 7.5 IPS
Box 46 Folder 13
7.5 IPS
Box 263 Folder 1 1957
April 12; Redwood City, California; 3.75 IPS; 2nd copy on audiocassette
Box 264 Folder 1 1957
Jan. 20; 3.75 IPS; 2nd copy on audiocassette
Box 46a Folder 16 1961
March 25; as broadcast over WNYC; 7.5 IPS
Box 46a Folder 17
12:00 12:30 A.M.; 7.5 IPS?
Box 46a Folder 18 1961
March 25; Leon Stein; 7.5 IPS, half track tape
Box 46a Folder 19
7.5 IPS, full track; subject: the Triangle Fire, participants: Frances Perkins, Leon Stein, reporter: Harry W. Flannery
Box 46a Folder 20
Box 46a Folder 21 1960
June 21; Dubinsky, speaker; Roanoke, Virginia; 3.75 IPS, 1 side only
Box 46a Folder 22 1967
Nov. 9
Box 46a Folder 23 1960
Feb. 3
Box 46a Folder 24
Box 46a Folder 25 1960
Feb. 3; David Dubinsky; Barcelona Hotel, Miami Beach, Florida; 7.5 IPS
Box 47 Folder 1 1961
Aug. 6; John Snyder and Ralph Reuter
Box 47 Folder 2 1962
Oct. 18; Jacob Shlitt, Education Director, Amalgamated Laundry Workers Joint Boar, interviewed by Dr. Ralph Reuter
Box 47 Folder 3 1962
Nov. 15; Representative Edward Boland (D-Massachusetts), interviewed by Dr. Ralph Reuter
Box 47 Folder 4 1962
May 3; O. Meredith Wilson, President of the University of Minnesota, interviewed by Ralph Reuter
Box 47 Folder 5 1962
June 21; Walter Reuther, United Auto Workers, interviewed by Dr. Ralph Reuter
Box 47 Folder 6 1963
Jan. 31; Dr. David N. Rowe, Professor of political science at Yale University, interviewed by Ralph M. Reuter
Box 47 Folder 7 1963
Feb. 7; Walter Reuther, United Auto Workers, interviewed by Dr. Ralph Reuter
Box 47 Folder 8 1963
Feb. 21; Bert Seldman, economist, AFL-CIO, interviewed by Dr. Ralph Reuter
Box 47 Folder 9 1964
June 5
Box 47 Folder 10
Box 47 Folder 11
March 26?
Box 47 Folder 12 1951
Aug. 7
Box 47 Folder 13 1951
Aug. 7
Box 47 Folder 14
Box 47 Folder 15 1955
Box 47 Folder 16 1980
Aug. 20
Box 47a Folder 17 1962
Nov. 29; John I. Snyder, President, U.S. Industries, Inc., interviewed by Ralph Reuter
Box 47a Folder 18 1962
Dec. 20; Daniel B. Asmuda, Senior Attorney, Federal Trade Commission, interviewed by Ralph Reueter
Box 47a Folder 19 1963
Jan. 3; Karl Peterson, Manager, Certified Stories, interviewed by Ralph Reuter
Box 47a Folder 20 1963
Jan. 17; Dr. James M. Eagan, National Vice President, National Conference of Christians and Jews, intereviewed by Ralph M. Reuter
Box 47a Folder 21
Box 47a Folder 22
Box 47a Folder 23
Box 47a Folder 24
Box 47a Folder 25
Box 47a Folder 26
Box 47a Folder 27
Box 47a Folder 28
Box 48 Folder 10
16mm; 3.3 min.
Box 48 Folder 11
faded or overexposed in the beginning
Box 48 Folder 12
picnic (tail out) shots of people in casual attire hanging out in a park and a house; slightly faded beginning
Box 48 Folder 13 1950
faded image
Box 48 Folder 137 1959
San Antonio, Local 180 struck against Tex-Son; Mothers and children picketing for pay and benefits suffer police brutality
Box 48 Folder 138
June; speech on current labor conditions, then Q and A
Box 48 Folder 139 1937
GEB and membership in activities; labor stage; get together luncheon; Locals 89 and 117
Box 48 Folder 139.1 1935
betacam and VHS preservation copies
Box 48 Folder 140 1947
16mm; 2 min.; September 1947
Box 48 Folder 141 1951
16mm; 2.3 min.; June 1951
Box 48 Folder 142
16mm, 1930s; copy on VHS, V142
Box 48 Folder 143
16mm; 1930s
Box 48 Folder 144 1975
1 " Audio Tape, 1 3/4" U-Matic; 60 min.; January 22, 1975; 2 parts
Box 49 Folder 3
Box 49 Folder 5
Box 49 Folder 11
Box 49 Folder 11 1952
May 9
Box 49 Folder 12
Shop time and motion study; poorly aligned
Box 49 Folder 12 1940-1949
Box 49 Folder 14
Shop time and motion study
Box 49 Folder 14 1960-1969
Box 49 Folder 15
Box 49 Folder 16 1950-1969
out of focus
Box 49 Folder 17 1940-1999
Out of focus; did not see in box?
Box 49 Folder 18 1960-1969
Box 49 Folder 58
Box 49 Folder 138 1967
June; Missing
Box 49 Folder 144 1930-1939
ILGWU student fellowship plans activities to culturally enrich ILGWU members' lives.
Box 49 Folder 145 1979
Box 49 Folder 146
October; Introduction by David Dubinsky, ILGWU, also Robert F. Wagner for Mayor and Estes Kefauver. Discusses crisis with Israel.
Box 49 Folder 147
Box 49 Folder 147 1945
December
Box 50 Folder 242 1980
September 28; Would not play
Box 50 Folder 243 1980
September 28; ILGWU Chorus, Raymond R. Corbut (President - NYS AFL-CIO), Harry Van Arsdale; audio works; picture disappears and returns, progressively -worse tracking
Box 50 Folder 244 1980
September 28; Sandy Meiser(?) introduces Sol Chaikin. Chaikin talks about height of ILGWU membership in 1969, when it had 460,000 members; talks about growing disparity between the "haves" and "have-nots"; calls Jimmy Carter most helpful president to the ILGWU since John F. Kennedy.
Box 50 Folder 245 1980
September 28; Attacks Senator Heinz (PA); supports Carter in 1980, saying he is not perfect but is the best option; compares Reagan to Jesse Helms, Orrin Hatch; talks about continuing education opportunities for ILGWU members, including scholarships for members' children
Box 50 Folder 246 1980
September 28; shots of slogan banners (ex. "Look for the Union Label" and delegates; no sound at the end, but doesn't miss any speeches
Box 50 Folder 247
September 28; Support for ERA and Carter/Mondale 1980. Chaikin introduces Carter. Carter declares US support for Israel at the UN; differentiates between Democratic and Republican political philosophies, gives his support to ERA.
Box 50 Folder 248 1980
September 28; He defends legal right to organize, collective bargaining. Sol Chaikin speaks again.
Box 50 Folder 249 1980
September 28; first 2 minutes has sound but no picture
Box 50 Folder 250 1980
September 28; Support for ERA and Carter/Mondale 1980. Chaikin introduces Carter. Carter declares US support for Israel at the UN; differentiates between Democratic and Republican political philosophies, gives his support to ERA.
Box 50 Folder 251 1980
September 28; Starts the same as v 248, but after Carter's speech it cuts to a "Re-Elect President Carter" dinner; speech by Mario Cuomo introduces Felix [?]. Felix distinguishes Carter from Reagan, advocates for Carter even though he says they do not always see eye-to-eye on economic issues.
Box 50 Folder 252 1980
September 28; NYS Lieutenant Governor Mario Cuomo introduces Ed Koch. Koch talks about NYC as a microcosm of America, and thanks Carter for helping New York get out of debt in 1978. After Koch, Cuomo introduces Governor Hugh Carey; Carey says "How to win New York" starts with "thinking ethnic." Carey's speech gets cut in the middle, and the video picks up immediately with the Governor introducing the President, who begins speaking; first minute has sound but no picture
Box 50 Folder 253 1980
September 28; Carter talks about reducing dependency on OPEC; Sound quits as Carter leaves.
Box 50 Folder 254 1980
22 Audio Tapes
Box 50 Folder 255
Box 51 Folder 1 1983
" x 7"; May 27, 1983
Box 51 Folder 2 1983
" x 7"; May 27, 1983
Box 51 Folder 3 1983
" x 7"; May 27, 1983
Box 51 Folder 4 1983
" x 7"; May 27, 1983
Box 51 Folder 5 1983
" x 7"; May 27, 1983
Box 51 Folder 6 1983
" x 7"; May 30, 1983
Box 51 Folder 7 1983
" x 7"; May 30, 1983
Box 51 Folder 8 1983
" x 7"; May 30, 1983
Box 51 Folder 9 1983
" x 7"; May 30, 1983
Box 51 Folder 10 1983
" x 7"; May 30, 1983
Box 51 Folder 11 1983
" x 7"; May 31, 1983
Box 51 Folder 12 1983
" x 7"; May 31, 1983
Box 51 Folder 13 1983
" x 7"; May 31, 1983
Box 51 Folder 14 1983
" x 7"; May 31, 1983
Box 51 Folder 15 1983
" x 7"; May 31, 1983
Box 51 Folder 16 1983
" x 7"; June 1, 1983
Box 51 Folder 17 1983
" x 7"; June 1, 1983
Box 51a Folder 1 1983
" x 7"; June 1, 1983
Box 51a Folder 2 1983
" x 7"; June 1, 1983
Box 51a Folder 3 1983
" x 7"; June 1, 1983
Box 51a Folder 4 1983
" x 7"; June 1, 1983
Box 51a Folder 5 1983
" x 7"; June 1, 1983
Box 51a Folder 6 1983
" x 7"; June 2, 1983
Box 51a Folder 7 1983
" x 7"; June 2, 1983
Box 51a Folder 8 1983
" x 7"; June 2, 1983
Box 51a Folder 9 1983
" x 7"; June 2, 1983
Box 51a Folder 10 1983
" x 7"; June 2, 1983
Box 51a Folder 11 1983
" x 7"; June 2, 1983
Box 51a Folder 12 1983
" x 7"; June 3, 1983
Box 51a Folder 13 1983
" x 7"; June 3, 1983
Box 51a Folder 14 1983
" x 7"; June 3, 1983
Box 51a Folder 15 1983
" x 7"; June 3, 1983
Box 52 Folder 10 1983
VHS; 120 min.; Same time frame as v11, with stationary camera not focused on speaker or action.
Box 52 Folder 11 1983
VHS; 120 min.; Includes Conductor Malcolm Dodd and chorus perform "Roll the Union On," "Look for the Union Label," "We Shall Not Be Moved," "We're Gonna Roll the Imports Back," "Solidarity Forever." Temporary Chairman Nick Benarno Reverend Joseph Howell, Charles "Chick" Perez, President of Browert County AFL-CIO, District President of Florida AFL-CIO, and Director of the Gold Coast Electrical Job Training Committee. ILGWU President Sol Chaikin, Secretary Treasurer Shelley Appleton, Executive Vice President Wilbur Daniels, Executive Vice President Frederick Siems. The General Executive Board Matthew Stonewall, Douglas Levine, Edward Schneider, Cornelius Wall, Sol Hoffman, Mattie Jackson, Clifford Depin, Glenwood Clay, Sol Goldberg, Manuel Gonzalez, Gerald Grossman, Frank Longal, Jay Mazur, Sam Leimeizer, Erwin Solomon, Evy Dubrow, Peter Nadash, Joseph Fisher, Luigi Montenegro, and Ronal Hallman. Chaikin speaks for duration of tape.
Box 52 Folder 12 1983
VHS; 120 min.; Chaikin speaks, some overlap with V11. The profile of the union, Canada, Task Forces, leaders, finances, legislation, international trade unions, the members of the Executive Board and their committees.
Box 52 Folder 13 1983
VHS; 120 min.; Chaikin speaks about retirees and their replacements, and Unity House. Several committee meetings including the Education committee (which discussed Publications of Union Materials in other languages and citizenship education).
Box 52 Folder 14 1983
VHS; 120 min.; Resolutions committee discusses abortion and civil rights. Social and Labor Legislation Committee chaired Evy Dubrow discussing Blue-Cross health care, sick benefits, Citizens' Utility Board, and undocumented workers. ILGWU Institution and Welfare committee discuss Health Center and retirement plans. International Affairs discusses solidarity resolutions; May 27, 19/83- May 28, 1983
Box 52 Folder 15 1983
VHS; 120 min.; Father Lawrence Conway. Reports by Leon Stein (GEB report), Peter Nadash and Gelles Gottier (Credentials), Mattie Jackson and Herbert Dicurtner (Rules), Luigi Montenegro speaks and Shelley Appleton is appointed temporary chair. Volunteer Stipend is discussed at length.
Box 52 Folder 16 1983
VHS; 120 min.; Adopting reports. Constitution amendments are passed. Congressmen Claude Pepper speaks on social justice, free trade, American business and social security. Camera does long pans of the banners of the Locals present. Chaikin speaking to Channel 4 News; May 30, 1983
Box 52 Folder 17 1983
VHS; 120 min.; Resolutions Committee Chair VP Jay Mazur, Manager of Local 23-25 addresses political action, exploitation of undocumented workers, solidarity, employment, putting a ceiling on the Regan tax-break, social services, and lowering interest rates to revive the economy. Erwin Solomon of the Pennsylvania Dress Board and Lillian McKitrick with Resolution Committee's report on civil rights (Dr. King's Birthday as a holiday), amnesty for undocumented workers, energy, public transportation, abortion, solidarity, and changing the name of the ILGWU. Tatanabo Usami of Zensin Dome (Japan's AFL). Usami's speech is delivered by assistant Fukuda on Free-World Trade Union, solidarity, and the promotion of welfare between organizations; May 30, 1983
Box 52 Folder 18 1983
VHS; 120 min.; "Look for the Union Label" in multiple languages. Same content as V17 at different angle (speaking delegates are shown); May 30, 1983
Box 52 Folder 19 1983
VHS; 120 min.; Tracking problem first 2 minutes. Podium in focus for 10 minutes before Chaikin calls meeting. Tracking problem returns at 10 minutes. Same content as V15; May 30, 1983
Box 52 Folder 20 1983
VHS; 120 min.; Rabbi Robert Frazen , Secretary Daniels, Congressmen James Wright , praises Paula Green and Malcolm Dodd for "Look for the Union Label." VP Sol Hoffman speaks on the Reagan administration, reads the preamble to the report. VP Cornelius Wall discusses minimum wage, shortage of low and middle income housing. Shelley Appleton reads Report of Finances including strike relief and the publication of ILGWU materials in other languages. VP Wall discussing price control for petroleum, utility industry safeguards, labor law reform, homework/labor standards/undocumented workers; May 31, 1983
Box 52 Folder 21 1983
VHS; 120 min.; Congressman James Wright discusses Reagan. Secretary Daniels makes announcements. Chaikin resumes. Negotiation committee changes in the composition of the GEB; May 31, 1983
Box 52 Folder 22 1983
VHS; 120 min.; May 31, 1983
Box 52 Folder 23 1983
VHS; 120 min.; May 31, 1983
Box 52 Folder 24 1983
VHS; 120 min.; June 1, 1983
Box 52 Folder 25 1983
VHS; 120 min.; June 1, 1983
Box 52 Folder 26 1983
VHS; 120 min.; June 1, 1983
Box 52 Folder 27 1983
VHS; 120 min.; June 2, 1983
Box 52 Folder 28 1983
VHS; 120 min.; June 1, 1983
Box 52 Folder 29 1983
VHS; 120 min.; June 1 1983
Box 52 Folder 30 1983
VHS; 120 min.; June 2, 1983
Box 52 Folder 31 1983
VHS; 120 min.; June 3, 1983
Box 52 Folder 32 1983
VHS; 120 min.; June 3, 1983
Box 52 Folder 33 1983
VHS; 120 min.; June 3, 1983
Box 52 Folder 34 1983
VHS; 120 min.; June 3, 1983
Box 53 Folder 254 1983
June; Channel 4 news story on the effects of imports; interviews factory works who lost their jobs. ABC Eyewitness News story, and a CBS- Boston story. Then "Nationwide Teleconference" interviews with plant managers and the Mayor of Fall River, MA. Chaikin speaks as moderator. Evelyn Dubrow announces the Rangel/Moynihan resolutions to imports in US markets. Speaker of the House Thomas P. "Tip" O'Neill, speaks on behalf of the legislation.
Box 53 Folder 255 1983
June
Box 53 Folder 256 1983
June
Box 53 Folder 257 1983
Competitive advantage held by foreign manufacturers paying low wages, Japanese representative says that Japan has the same problem.
Box 53 Folder 258 1983
September
Box 53 Folder 258 1983
3/4" U-Matic; 30 min.; September 1983
Box 53 Folder 259 1983
March; about exported jobs and unemployment
Box 53 Folder 260
September 8; Union and non-Union sweatshops visited, unsanitary, unsafe, Mafia suspected in trucking industry overcharging.
Box 53 Folder 261 1983
June 3
Box 53 Folder 262
Box 53 Folder 263 1982
April; Union Label Commercial; tracking problem 1st 30 sec; Missing
Box 53 Folder 263 1982
3/4" U-Matic; April 1982
Box 53 Folder 264
September; ILGWU Chorus, News Shows, President Reagan's Labor Policies; [web has Sept. 19, 1981]
Box 53 Folder 264
3/4" U-Matic; 10 min.; September 8
Box 53 Folder 265 1979
3/4 " U-Matic; 3 min.; October 1979
Box 53 Folder 265 1979
Union Label Chorus
Box 53 Folder 266 1984
3/4 " U-Matic; 30 sec.
Box 53 Folder 266 1984
Box 53 Folder 267
Box 53 Folder 267
3/4" U-MATIC; 14.6 min.
Box 53 Folder 268
16mm; 9.2 min.
Box 53 Folder 269
16mm; 9.2 min.
Box 53 Folder 270
16mm; 9.2 min
Box 54 Folder 271 1982
September 29; C2- pictures and colors not stable throughout
Box 54 Folder 272 1982
September 29; C2 is in better condition as C1
Box 54 Folder 273 1982
September 29; C1 better than C2
Box 54 Folder 274 1982
September 29; C1 better than C2
Box 54 Folder 275 1682
September 17
Box 54 Folder 276 1982
September 17
Box 54 Folder 277 1982
September 17
Box 54 Folder 278 1982
September 17
Box 55 Folder 279 1982
September 29; does not play
Box 55 Folder 280 1982
September 19; same as 279; color is worse
Box 55 Folder 281 1982
Tape 1, early arrivals, Union Label song (Chinese and English), Jay Mazur, Shui Mak Ka
Box 55 Folder 282 1982
Tape 1, Jay Mazur, Shui Mak Ka, Sol Chaikin, Alice Tse, and off-air television coverage
Box 55 Folder 283 1982
June 24; cutaways; street before rally and inside park, phone bank, ILGWU van driving through streets of NY Cit; no sound
Box 55 Folder 284 1982
June 24; Lily Moy, Sol Chaikin, Harry Van Arsdale, Jr., Margaret Fung, Yuk Lai Leu, Kathy Andrade, and Kai P. Wong.
Box 55 Folder 285 1982
July 15; inside park, Canal Street during march; Tape sticks out of cassette
Box 55 Folder 286 1982
July 15; film-tape transfer (both rallies and march); video grainy; no sound
Box 56 Folder 35 1983
January 23; VHS
Box 56 Folder 36 1983
April 21; Live at Five - Ch. 4, SCC - Cable News Network; VHS
Box 56 Folder 37
WNET Labor Day
Box 56 Folder 38
VHS; 120 min.
Box 56 Folder 39 1983
VHS; 21.8 min.; January 26, 1983
Box 56 Folder 39a
VHS; 120 min.
Box 56 Folder 288
3/4" U-Matic; 30 min.; WPXI-TV Pittsbugh
Box 56 Folder 289 1981
July 9
Box 56 Folder 290 1980
August 27; Madison Square Garden, NY
Box 56 Folder 290 1980
3/4" U-Matic; Madison Square Garden, New York City, August 27, 1980
Box 56 Folder 291 1980
3/4" U-Matic, 30 min.; December 2, 1980
Box 56 Folder 292
September 6
Box 56 Folder 293
September 6; ABC, Good Morning America
Box 56 Folder 294
Box 56 Folder 295 1982
August 5; Good Morning America over ABC TV
Box 56 Folder 296 1982
August 5; Good Morning America over ABC TV
Box 56 Folder 297 1980
3/4" U-Matic; November 18, 1980
Box 56 Folder 298
Box 56 Folder 299
Box 57 Folder 40 1982
Sol Chaikin/Abe Raskin; VHS
Box 57 Folder 41
VHS; 120 min.
Box 57 Folder 42 1982-1983
December 2 and January 11; VHS
Box 57 Folder 43
January 31; Barbaro - ABC; VHS
Box 57 Folder 44
VHS
Box 57 Folder 45 1982
July 30 and September 13; VHS
Box 57 Folder 46
VHS; 25 min.; Labor Institute of Public Affairs
Box 57 Folder 47
VHS; 25 min.; Labor Institute of Public Affairs
Box 57 Folder 48 1983
March 5; NBC-TV; VHS
Box 57 Folder 49
VHS; 45 min.; Labor Institute of Public Affairs
Box 57 Folder 50
VHS; 30 min.; Labor Institute of Public Affairs
Box 57 Folder 51
VHS; 12.5 min.
Box 57 Folder 52 1982
May; VHS
Box 57 Folder 53
VHS
Box 57 Folder 54
VHS; 10 min.; WNEW; June 17
Box 57 Folder 55
VHS: 120 min.; TV WCBS
Box 57 Folder 56
VHS; WNET; (G. Tyler).
Box 57 Folder 57
VHS; 30 min.
Box 57 Folder 58 1983
VHS; 120 min.; August 15, 1983
Box 57 Folder 300
The Institute of Collective Bargaining and Group Relations, Inc. Presents
Box 57 Folder 300a 1987
3/4" U-Matic
Box 57 Folder 301
3/4" U-Matic; August 14
Box 57 Folder 302 1982
3/4" U-Matic; 60 min.; June 24, 1982
Box 57 Folder 302a 1935
3/4" U-Matic and Betacam SP; 32 min.
Box 57 Folder 302b 1935
3/4" U-Matic andn VHS; 25 min.
Box 57 Folder 303 1979
July 13; WOR TV
Box 57 Folder 304 1983
May 5; Cox Cable News
Box 58 Folder 305 1983
September 13; Teleconcepts.[Convention, 1983]
Box 58 Folder 306 1983
September 13; Teleconcepts.[Convention, 1983]
Box 58 Folder 307 1983
September 13; Teleconcepts; [Convention, 1983]
Box 58 Folder 308 1983
April 28; outside Macy's (Herald Square); Sol Chaikin speaks
Box 58 Folder 308b 1983
April 27; Testimonials by protestors; Chaikin speaks; picture quits periodically
Box 58 Folder 309 1983
April 23; End of Rally at Herald Square, additional ILGWU interviews and testimonials. May return to the Teleconference
Box 58 Folder 310 1983
April 19; on the National Mall in Washington, DC; , 3 African American women, two white women; Original Evelyn Dubrow and Tip O'Neill addresses; Other government official; WETA
Box 58 Folder 311 1983
April 19
Box 58 Folder 312 1983
April 23; Chaikin says the over-riding problems are imports and general non-union competition. Takes questions from Local leaders
Box 58 Folder 313 1983
April 23; President Sol Chaikin. Staff meeting continued
Box 58 Folder 314 1983
April 23; Beginning of national teleconference. Features Edward B. Shils, PhD, from the Knitted Outerwear Manufacturers Association
Box 58 Folder 315 1983
April 2; Teleconference continued, with Lane Kirkland, President AFL-CIO, Evelyn Dubrow, Tip O'Neill, Sol Chaikin takes phone calls
Box 58 Folder 316 1983
April 23; NBC, ABC, CBS, PIX, CNN. Radio TV Reports, Inc.
Box 58 Folder 317 1981
November 19; WNEW-TV
Box 59 Folder 318 1983
April 12; Teleconcepts
Box 59 Folder 319
Box 59 Folder 320 1983
April 23; Teleconcepts
Box 59 Folder 321 1983
April 12; Teleconcepts
Box 59 Folder 322 1983
April 21; Show Master
Box 59 Folder 323 1983
April 21; Teleconcepts.
Box 60 Folder 324 1983
May 18
Box 60 Folder 325 1983
May 18
Box 60 Folder 326 1983
1" magnetic reel; Audio master; Audio cassette transferred to 1"; May 20, 1983
Box 60 Folder 327 1983
1" reel; April 23, 1983
Box 60 Folder 328 1983
1" reel; 1.5 min.; May 19, 1983
Box 265 Folder 1 1983
May 18; (2 Copies and 1 original of Enclosed List)
Box 60 Folder 329b
Box 60 Folder 329c 1990
Box 60 Folder 330 1983
April 20
Box 60 Folder 331 1983
May 19
Box 61 Folder 332 1983
April 23
Box 61 Folder 333 1983
April 23
Box 61 Folder 334 1983
April 23
Box 61 Folder 335 1983
April 23
Box 61 Folder 336 1983
April 23
Box 61 Folder 337 1983
April 23
Box 61 Folder 338
April 23
Box 62 Folder 59 1983
September; VHS
Box 62 Folder 60 1985
April 10; VHS
Box 62 Folder 61
VHS
Box 62 Folder 62
VHS
Box 62 Folder 63
Labor and Management; PBS 122; VHS
Box 62 Folder 64 1986
May 27; VHS
Box 62 Folder 65
VHS
Box 62 Folder 66
VHS
Box 62 Folder 67 1997
February 27; VHS
Box 62 Folder 68a 1982
October; VHS
Box 62 Folder 339 1984
September; long commercial for labor movement
Box 62 Folder 340
Box 62 Folder 341 1985
September 17; Eight female bank employees in Willmar, MN strike to receive equal pay. Narrated by Lee Green. Aired on PBS, WNET- Newark, NJ
Box 62 Folder 342 1985
July 22; Union Label commercials; James Caan at the end of each cut ; Warwick Advertising
Box 62 Folder 343 1985
July 25; Union label commercials; Horn/Eisenberg; James Caan at the end of each cut
Box 62 Folder 344a
Box 62 Folder 344b 1985
November 20; (TV spots, imports, labors' problems)
Box 63
Box 63a 1989
September 28
Box 63b 1963
December 26
Box 63c 1985
April
Box 63d
Box 63e
Box 64 1964
January 27
Box 64a 1964
January 28; Democratic Political Film; Democratic Committee for Arts
Box 65 1960
Spring
Box 65a 1961
Box 65b 1962
Box 65c 1962
Box 65d 1964
January 3; print #2
Box 65e 1964
January 27; print #10 TV
Box 66 Folder 1
Box 66a Folder 39C
Box 66b Folder 4C
Box 66c Folder 22C
Box 66d Folder 15C
Box 66e Folder 18C
Box 66f Folder 20C
Box 66g Folder 26C
Box 66h Folder 27C
Box 66I Folder 30C
Box 67
Box 67a 1963
May 22
Box 67b 1963
July
Box 67c 1963
December
Box 67d 1963
Box 67e 1963
June
Box 67f 1969
April
Box 67g 1963
August
Box 67h 1961
August
Box 67I 1963
December
Box 67j 1962
October
Box 68 1964
April
Box 68a 1960
Spring
Box 68b
Box 68c 1968
Box 68d 1962
October
Box 68e 1971
October
Box 68f
Box 68g
Box 68h
Box 68I 1963
June; Local 91; Print #2
Box 69
Box 69a
Box 69b
Box 69c
Title tape torn
Box 69d
16mm
Box 70 1940
Box 70a
Box 70b
Box 70c
Box 70d
Box 70e 1989
September; Local 91-105
Box 71a
Box 71b
Box 71c
Box 71d
Box 71e
Box 71f 1982
October
Box 71
Box 71g 1962-1963
Fall and Spring, 1962-1963
Box 72
Box 72a 1964
Box 72b 1958
Part 2 only
Box 72c Folder 1 1965
Copy; Full Track; December 10; San Francisco, CA; 2nd Day AM Session; George Meany Intro to Leon Stein, Past President ILPA
Box 72c Folder 2 1977
March; 1/2 track; 3 3/4 ips
Box 72c Folder 3 1977
1/2 track; 3 3/4 ips; March
Box 72c Folder 4
Film
Box 72c Folder 5 1986
Tape Cassette; Silver Spring, MD; 3c
Box 72c Folder 6 1989
Hollywood, FL; Tape Cassette
Box 72c Folder 7 1983
:60 Radio; Okay; Paula Green; November 29; Tape Cassette
Box 72c Folder 8 1980
August 25; Tape Cassette
Box 72c Folder 9
Tape Cassette; June 26; 2 x 60
Box 72c Folder 10
Tape Cassette; 2 at :60
Box 72c Folder 11
Tape Cassette
Box 72c Folder 12
Tape Cassette; Atlas Films, NYC, NY;
Box 72d
16mm
Box 73 Folder 1
Radio transcription disc
Box 73 Folder 2
Radio transcription disc
Box 73 Folder 3
LP record album
Box 73 Folder 4
Radio transcription disc
Box 73 Folder 5
Radio transcription disc
Box 73 Folder 6
Radio transcription disc
Box 73 Folder 7
Radio transcription disc
Box 73 Folder 8
Radio transcription disc
Box 73 Folder 9
Radio transcription disc
Box 73 Folder 10
Radio transcription disc
Box 73 Folder 11
Radio transcription disc
Box 74 Folder 1
Radio transcription disc
Box 74 Folder 2
Radio transcription disc
Box 74 Folder 3
Radio transcription disc
Box 74 Folder 4
Radio transcription disc
Box 74 Folder 5
Radio transcription disc
Box 74 Folder 6
Radio transcription disc
Box 74 Folder 7
Radio transcription disc
Box 74 Folder 8
Radio transcription disc
Box 74 Folder 9
Radio transcription disc
Box 74 Folder 10
Radio transcription disc
Box 74 Folder 11
Radio transcription disc
Box 75 Folder 1
Radio transcription disc
Box 75 Folder 2 1946
Radio transcription disc; September 27, 1946
Box 75 Folder 3
Radio transcription disc
Box 75 Folder 4
Radio transcription disc
Box 75 Folder 5 1952
Radio transcription disc
Box 75 Folder 6
Radio transcription disc
Box 75 Folder 7
Radio transcription disc
Box 75 Folder 8
Radio transcription disc
Box 75 Folder 9 1952
Radio transcription disc; October 22, 1952
Box 75 Folder 10 1945
Radio transcription disc; October 10, 1945
Box 75 Folder 11 1945
Radio transcription disc; October 10, 1945
Box 76 Folder 1
Radio transcription disc
Box 76 Folder 2
Radio transcription disc
Box 76 Folder 3 1940
Radio transcription disc; May 27, 1940
Box 76 Folder 4 1940
Radio transcription disc; May 27, 1940
Box 76 Folder 5 1940
Radio transcription disc; May 27, 1940
Box 76 Folder 6 1940
Radio transcription disc; May 27, 1940
Box 76 Folder 7 1940
Radio transcription disc; May 28, 1940
Box 76 Folder 8 1940
Radio transcription disc
Box 76 Folder 9 1946
Radio transcription disc; October 12, 1946
Box 76 Folder 10 1939
Radio transcription disc; April 8, 1939
Box 76 Folder 11 1939
Radio transcription disc; May 1, 1939
Box 77 Folder 1 1950
Radio transcription disc; Tuesday, January 17, 1950
Box 77 Folder 2 1950
Radio transcription disc; Tuesday, January 17, 1950
Box 77 Folder 3 1954
Radio transcription disc; Octover 12, 1954
Box 77 Folder 4
Radio transcription disc
Box 77 Folder 5 1953
Radio transcription disc
Box 77 Folder 6 1943
Radio transcription disc; October 10, 1943
Box 77 Folder 7 1952
Radio transcription disc; May 3, 1952
Box 77 Folder 8
Radio transcription disc
Box 77 Folder 9
Radio transcription disc
Box 77 Folder 10
Radio transcription disc
Box 77 Folder 11
Radio transcription disc
Box 78 Folder 1 1947
Radio transcription disc; October 10, 1947
Box 78 Folder 2 1946
Radio transcription disc; September 20, 1946
Box 78 Folder 3 1946
Radio transcription disc; September 13, 1946
Box 78 Folder 4 1946
Radio transcription disc; August 30, 1946
Box 78 Folder 5 1954
Radio transcription disc; October 12, 1954
Box 78 Folder 6 1946
Radio transcription disc; August 24, 1946
Box 78 Folder 7 1946
Radio transcription disc; August 24, 1946
Box 78 Folder 8 1957
Radio transcription disc; January 12, 1957
Box 78 Folder 9 1957
Radio transcription disc; January 19, 1957
Box 78 Folder 10 1957
Radio transcription disc; January 26, 1957
Box 78 Folder 11 1949
Radio transcription disc; transcribed to disc September 26, 1949
Box 79 Folder 1
Radio transcription disc
Box 79 Folder 2 1935
Radio transcription disc; October 23, 1935
Box 79 Folder 3 1954
Radio transcription disc; October 12, 1954
Box 79 Folder 4
Radio transcription disc
Box 79 Folder 5 1950
Radio transcription disc; January 11, 1950
Box 79 Folder 6 1948
Radio transcription disc; April 13, 1948
Box 79 Folder 7
Radio transcription disc
Box 79 Folder 8
Radio transcription disc
Box 79 Folder 9 1945
Radio transcription disc; January 21, 1945
Box 79 Folder 10 1947
Radio transcription disc; October 10, 1947
Box 79 Folder 11 1947
Radio transcription disc; October 10, 1947
Box 79 Folder 12
Radio transcription disc
Box 79 Folder 13
Radio transcription disc
Box 79 Folder 14
Radio transcription disc
Box 80 Folder 1
LP record album
Box 80 Folder 2
LP record album
Box 80 Folder 3
LP record album
Box 80 Folder 4 1965
LP record album
Box 80 Folder 5 1965
LP record album
Box 80 Folder 6 1965
LP record album
Box 80 Folder 7 1965
LP record album
Box 81
Box 157 Folder 12 1980
VHS
Box 184 Folder 1 1977
Audiocassette; Chaikin also singing; Washington, D.C., December 15, 1977
Box 185 Folder 1 1980
Audiocassette; broadcast March 19, 1980; reporter/producer: Leslie Breeding
Box 186 Folder 1 1985
Audiocassette
Box 187 Folder 1 1985
Record album, incudes letter and newspaper clipping
Box 188 Folder 1 1986
Audiocassette; produced by Kathy Dobie and Amy Goodman
Box 81 Folder 7 1986
Audiocassette; "Veto" :50 pre-recorded, :10 live; "Washington Veto" full :60
Box 82 Folder 1 1992
VHS; Washington, D.C.; edited 1992; 4 minutes
Box 82 Folder 2 1971
5" audio reel; Tampa, May 1, 1971
Box 82 Folder 3 1970
5" audio reel; 1st side, Sol C. Chaikin, Toastmaster; 2nd side, David Gingold address; American Hotel, February 12, 1970; taped by William Arnold
Box 82 Folder 4 1968
5" audio reel; speed 3/75; Part I: Brother Chaikin elected chairman of ATUC, his address; Part II: Brother Chaikin's address, luncheon, National Committee for Labor Israel Annual Convention, 45th anniversary; recorded and edited by William Arnold, Associate Director American Trade Union Council, November 30, 1968
Box 82 Folder 5 1969
7" audio reel; Guest Sol Chaikin, Sunday, January 26, 1969
Box 83
Box 189 Folder 1 1983
September; Soutgh Africa -AFL-CIO
Box 190 Folder 1 1981
January 19
Box 191 Folder 1 1981
May 14
Box 192 Folder 1 1985
July 30
Box 193 Folder 1
Box 194 Folder 1 1981
New York Sheraton Centre Hotel
Box 195 Folder 1
7 songs on Side 1; 7 songs on Side 2
Box 196 Folder 1 1981
May 14
Box 197 Folder 1 1979
June 6; Collective Bargaining
Box 198 Folder 1 1981
January 22; WOR Radio; Guest-Phil Comstock
Box 199 Folder 1
Box 200 Folder 1 1979
November 15; Shearton Washington Hotel - Washington, D.C.
Box 201 Folder 1
Box 202 Folder 1
July 27; WNYC
Box 203 Folder 1
Box 204 Folder 1
Box 205 Folder 1 1982
December2
Box 206 Folder 1 1984
May 11; New York
Box 207 Folder 1 1981
April 4; Chick Chaikin; Hotel Roosevelt
Box 208 Folder 1 1979
October 24; Hyatt Regency Hotel
Box 209 Folder 1 1972
October 7
Box 210 Folder 1 1973
November
Box 211 Folder 1
Box 212 Folder 1 1979
June 6
Box 213 Folder 1 1982
February 8
Box 214 Folder 1 1983
September
Box 215 Folder 1 1982
March 9
Box 216 Folder 1 1984
April
Box 217 Folder 1 1983
March 24
Box 218 Folder 1 1984
April 24
Box 219 Folder 1 1982
February 9
Box 220 Folder 1
AFL-CIO; 30 seconds each spot
Box 221 Folder 1 1982
February 9
Box 222 Folder 1 1982
December 26, 10:30 p.m.; Sol Chaiken guest; Steven Flanders moderator; Produced by Susan Veatch; 28:45
Box 223 Folder 35 1983
June; Sol C Chaikin, Presdient ILGWU
Box 224 Folder 36
Roughs by Tony Schwartz
Box 84 Folder 1 1992
WCBS-TV Channel 2; 60 Minutes at 7 PM; September 27; Video Cassette; New York, NY
Box 84 Folder 2
Video Cassette
Box 84 Folder 3
short version; Video Cassette
Box 84 Folder 4
5:00; New York, NY; Video Cassette
Box 84 Folder 5
Secretary of State Literacy Office, Illinois State Library; R.T. 16:40 and 3:54; Video Cassette
Box 84 Folder 6 1993
WPIX Channel 11; July 3; Video Cassette
Box 84 Folder 7
English; Video Cassette
Box 84 Folder 8
Garment-Related Bilingual TV Broadcast Lessons; Episode 9-15; Video Cassette
Box 84 Folder 9
Hedrick Smith Productions, Bethesda, MD: Video Cassette
Box 84 Folder 10 1995
Video Cassette
Box 84 Folder 11
Fechheimer Uniforms; Video Cassettte; 2c
Box 84 Folder 12
Garment-Related Bilingual TV Broadcast Lesson; Episode 1-8; Video Cassette
Box 84 Folder 13
16:00; Video Cassette
Box 84 Folder 14
Video Cassette; 2c
Box 84 Folder 15 1995
Video Cassette; New York, NY; National Labor Committee
Box 84 Folder 16
Local 23-25 ILGWU; English Version; 9:06; Video Cassette; New York, NY
Box 84 Folder 17 1994
March 18; With End Title; :30; Paula Green Adv.; Video Cassette
Box 84 Folder 18 1989
Hollywood, FL; June; Video Cassette
Box 84 Folder 19 1993
Ellis Island; May 16; 68:00; Video Cassette
Box 84 Folder 20 1993
10:00; Center for Applied Linguistics & The Media Group, Washington D.C.; Video Cassette
Box 305 Folder 1 1993
Audio Cassette; Winter; George Meany Center for Labor Studies
Box 304 Folder 1 1991
Property of ACTWU Education Dept.; George Meany Center for Labor Studies; Audio Cassette
Box 303 Folder 1
Audio Cassette
Box 302 Folder 1
Audio Cassette; Taped from Shorter Original tape
Box 297 Folder 1
Audio Cassette; Support the ITGLWF's Campaign Against Child Labour
Box 296 Folder 1 1993
Martin Luther King Jr. High School; June 19, 8 PM; Live; Audio Cassette
Box 291 Folder 1
Audio cassette; ILGWU Chinese Chorus/Conductor & Soloist Ka-Kam Chui
Box 306 Folder 1
Box 292 Folder 1
Audio cassette; 4c
Box 298 Folder 1
Audio cassette; 4c; Collector Records
Box 84 Folder 31 1982
VHS; Local 23-25 Chinatown strike
Box 85
Box 85 Folder 1
Box 86
Box 86 Folder 1
Box 87
Box 87 Folder 1
Box 88
Box 88 Folder 1
Box 89
Box 89 Folder 1
Box 90
Box 90 Folder 1
Box 91
Box 91 Folder 1
Box 92
Box 92 Folder 1
Box 93
Box 93 Folder 1
Box 94
Box 94 Folder 1
Box 95
Box 95 Folder 1
Box 96
Box 96 Folder 1
Box 97
Box 97 Folder 1
Box 98
Box 98 Folder 1
Box 99
Box 99 Folder 1
Box 100
Box 100 Folder 1
Box 101
Box 101 Folder 1
Box 102
Box 102 Folder 1
Box 103
Box 103 Folder 1
Box 104
Box 104 Folder 1
Box 105
Box 105 Folder 1
Box 106
Box 106 Folder 1
Box 107
Box 107 Folder 1
Box 108
Box 108 Folder 1
Box 109
Box 109 Folder 1
Box 110
Box 110 Folder 1
Box 111
Box 111 Folder 1
Box 112
Box 112 Folder 1
Box 113
Box 113 Folder 1
Box 114
Box 114 Folder 1
Box 115
Box 115 Folder 1
Box 116
Box 116 Folder 1
Box 117
Box 117 Folder 1
Box 118
Box 118 Folder 1
Box 119
Box 119 Folder 1
Box 120
Box 120 Folder 1
Box 121
Box 121 Folder 1
Box 122
Box 122 Folder 1
Box 123
Box 123 Folder 1
Box 124
Box 124 Folder 1
Box 125
Box 125 Folder 1
Box 126
Box 126 Folder 1
Box 127
Box 127 Folder 1
Box 128
Box 128 Folder 1
Box 129
Box 129 Folder 1
Box 130
Box 130 Folder 1
Box 131
Box 131 Folder 1
Box 132
Box 132 Folder 1
Box 133
Box 133 Folder 1
Box 134
Box 134 Folder 1
Box 135
Box 135 Folder 1
Box 136
Box 136 Folder 1
Box 137
Box 137 Folder 1
Box 138
Box 138 Folder 1
Box 139
Box 139 Folder 1
Box 140
Box 140 Folder 1
Box 141
Box 141 Folder 1
Box 142
Box 142 Folder 1
Box 143
Box 143 Folder 1
Box 144
Box 144 Folder 1
Box 145
Box 145 Folder 1
Box 146
Box 146 Folder 1
Box 147
Box 147 Folder 1
Box 148
Box 148 Folder 1 1982
Box 149 Folder 1
Box 150 Folder 1
Box 151 Folder 1
Box 152 Folder 1
transferred from 16mm film
Box 152 Folder 2 1986
Box 152 Folder 3
transferred from 16mm film
Box 152 Folder 4
has a notation on the tape from 5780/73, may have been moved from that collection
Box 152 Folder 5
tape has a collection notation of 5780/73 - may have been moved from that collection
Box 152 Folder 6 1940
1200 feet, transferred from 16mm film
Box 152 Folder 7 1940
1200 feet - transferred from 16mm film
Box 152 Folder 8 1957
1200 feet, transferred from 16 mm film
Box 152 Folder 9
1200 feet, transferred from 16mm film
Box 152 Folder 10 1986
Box 152 Folder 11
this is a stereo tape
Box 152 Folder 12 1984
Box 152 Folder 13
Box 153
Box 153 Folder 1
Box 154
Box 154 Folder 1
Box 155
Box 155 Folder 1
Box 156
Box 156 Folder 1 1958
Box 157 Folder 13
removed from box 81, which was deleted.
Box 157 Folder 11
Box 157 Folder 1
Box 157 Folder 2
Box 157 Folder 3
Box 157 Folder 4 1966
Part I - Tyler, Dr. Woll ; Part #2 - Tyler, Col. Omer -- AVC Draft Conf., Plenary Session, Gus Tyler
Box 157 Folder 5
Box 157 Folder 6 1966
I - Tyler - Dr. Wool ; II - Tyler - Col. Omer, Mr. Jones
Box 157 Folder 7
Box 157 Folder 8
MASTER
Box 157 Folder 9
V231
Box 157 Folder 10
Box 158
Box 158 Folder 1 1950
Box 159
Box 159 Folder 1
Paula Green Inc. Advertising, 500 Fifth Avenue, New York, New York 10036 Title: ILGWU/ILG 1160 (reel #30) Negatives & Soundtrack -- reel #2
Box 160
Box 160 Folder 1
Paula Green Inc. Advertising, 500 Fifth Avenue, New York, New York 10036 Title: ILGWU/ILG 1160 (reel #30) Negatives & Soundtrack -- reel #3 & #4
Box 161
Box 161 Folder 1
Paula Green Inc. Advertising, 500 Fifth Avenue, New York, New York 10036 Title: ILGWU/ILG 1160 (reel #30) Negatives & Soundtrack -- reel #1 & #5
Box 162
Box 162 Folder 1
Paula Green Inc. Advertising, 500 Fifth Avenue, New York, New York 10036 -- reel label listing -- Instruments (2) ; unlabeled, loose rolls (9) ; Make-up, getting ready (2) ; Sound Booth (no sync)
Box 163
Box 163 Folder 1
Paula Green Inc. Advertising, 500 Fifth Avenue, New York, New York 10036 -- reel listing -- Paula Green talking to group ; Sync Pix
Box 164
Box 164 Folder 1
Paula Green Inc. Advertising, 500 Fifth Avenue, New York, New York 10036 -- reel listing -- Video taping - Nat Eisenberg (2)
Box 165
Box 165 Folder 1
Paula Green Inc. Advertising, 500 Fifth Avenue, New York, New York 10036 -- reel listing -- Auditions ; Conductor & Singing
Box 166
Box 166 Folder 1
Paula Green Inc. Advertising, 500 Fifth Avenue, New York, New York 10036 -- reel listing -- Auditions ; Conductor & Singing
Box 167
Box 167 Folder 1
Paula Green Advertising
Box 168
Box 168 Folder 1
Paula Green Advertising
Box 169
Box 169 Folder 1
Box 170 Folder 1
found in box 62 and moved
Box 171 Folder 1
found in box 62 and moved
Box 172 Folder 1 1985
found in box 62 and moved
Box 173 Folder 1
found in box 62 and moved
Box 174 Folder 1 1981
found in box 62 and moved
Box 175 Folder 1 1983
found in box 62 and moved
Box 176 Folder 1 1984
found in box 62 and moved
Box 177 Folder 1 1985
found in box 62 and moved
Box 178 Folder 1 1984
found in box 62 and moved
Box 179 Folder 1 1985
found in box 62 and moved
Box 180 Folder 1 1986
found in box 62 and moved
Box 181 Folder 1 1973
found in box 62 and moved
Box 182 Folder 1 1985
found in box 62 and moved
Box 183
Box 225 Folder 1
Box 226 Folder 1
Box 227 Folder 1
Box 228 Folder 1
Box 236 Folder 1
3 parts
Box 237 Folder 1