Guide to the ILGWU. Motion Picture Films

Collection Number: 5780 F

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

Contact Information:
Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation and Archives
Martin P. Catherwood Library
227 Ives Hall
Cornell University
Ithaca, NY 14853
(607) 255-3183
kheel_center@cornell.edu
http://www.ilr.cornell.edu/library/kheel
Compiled by:
Kheel Staff
Date completed:
August 2011
EAD encoding:
Cheryl Beredo, August 2011

© 2011 Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation and Archives, Cornell University Library


DESCRIPTIVE SUMMARY

Title:
ILGWU. Motion Picture Films
Collection Number:
5780 F
Creator:
International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union.
Quantity:
61 linear feet
Forms of Material:
Motion Picture Films
Repository:
Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation and Archives, Cornell University Library
Abstract:
This collection contains films collected, produced or otherwise created by the ILGWU. The ILGWU circulated films from its international headquarters to local unions, schools, and other organizations. Included are films documenting rallies, international conventions, local union meetings, and recreational outings.
Language:
Collection material in English, Cantonese, French, German, Greek, Italian, and Spanish.


ILGWU ORGANIZATIONAL HISTORY

The International Ladies’ Garment Workers’ Union was founded in New York City in 1900 by mostly Socialist immigrant workers who sought to unite the various crafts in the growing women's garment industry. The union soon reflected changes in the sector and rapidly organized thousands of unskilled and semi-skilled women, mostly Jewish and Italian young immigrants. Exemplifying the “new unionism,” the ILGWU led two of the most widespread and best-known industrial strikes of the early Twentieth Century: the shirtwaist makers’ strike of 1909 in New York City and the cloak makers’ strike of 1910 in Chicago. The union also tried to adapt to the fragmented and unstable nature of the industry. It adopted the “protocol of peace,” a system of industrial relations that attempted to ensure stability and limit strikes and production disruption by providing for an arbitration system to resolve disputes.
The ILGWU exemplified the European-style social unionism of its founding members. They pursued bread and butter issues but provided educational opportunities, benefits, and social programs to union members as well. In 1919, the ILGWU became the first American union to negotiate an unemployment compensation fund that was contributed to by its employers. The ILGWU also pioneered in the establishment of an extremely progressive health care program for its members which included not only regional Union Health Centers but also a resort for union workers, known as Unity House. The Union also had an imaginative and pioneering Education Department which not only trained workers in traditional union techniques, but provided courses in citizenship and the English language.
David Dubinsky, an immigrant from Belarus who came to the US in 1911, provided strong leadership that led to unprecedented growth in the union during his presidency from 1932 to 1966. He led the union through successful internal anti-communist struggles, built on the ascendancy of industrial unionism by encouraging the formation of the Committee for Industrial Organization, and helped the union become an important political force in New York City and state politics, and in the national Democratic Party and Liberal Party as well.
In the period following the Second World War, the union suffered a decline in membership as manufacturers avoided unionization and took advantage of less expensive labor by moving shops from the urban centers in the northeast to the south, and later abroad. The ethnic and racial character of the ILGWU also changed as European immigrants were supplanted by Asians, Latin Americans, African- Americans, and immigrants from the Caribbean.
In July 1995 the ILGWU merged with the Amalgamated Clothing and Textile Workers Union (ACTWU) at a joint convention, forming UNITE (Union of Needletrades, Industrial and Textile Employees). At the time the new union had a membership of about 250,000 in the United States, Canada, and Puerto Rico.

COLLECTION DESCRIPTION

This collection contains films collected, produced or otherwise created by the ILGWU. The ILGWU circulated films from its international headquarters to local unions, schools, and other organizations. Included are films documenting rallies, international conventions, local union meetings, and recreational outings. Some of these are available on DVD, as are several union productions, including “With These Hands,” “Marvin Has It Made,” “Mother Is On Strike,” “50th Anniversary Golden Jubilee Convention,” and a series of Union Label commercials.

SUBJECTS

Names:
International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union.
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:
Motion picture films, DVDs.


INFORMATION FOR USERS

Access Restrictions:
The ILGWU Records, except for publications and materials produced for publication, are restricted. Materials created prior to twenty years from the current date are open to researchers only with prior written permission from the Director of the Kheel Center; materials created during the past twenty-years are closed; the minutes of the General Executive Board are closed. For more information contact the Kheel Center.
Restrictions on Use:
This collection must be used in keeping with the Kheel Center Information Sheet and Procedures for Document Use.
Cite As:
ILGWU. Motion picture films. 5780 F. Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation and Archives, Martin P. Catherwood Library, Cornell University.

RELATED MATERIALS

5780. ILGWU Records
5780 AV. ILGWU. Audio-Visual (AV)

NOTES

"Permanent deposit."

CONTAINER LIST

Date
Description
Container
1963
Automation reel 1
Box 170.1
16 mm; 35 min.; June 1963
1963
Automation reel 2
Box 170.2
16 mm; 22 min.; June 1963
1963
Automation reel 3
Box 170.3
16mm; 22 min.; June 1963
1963
The Beat Majority (CBS): Part 1
Box 171
16mm; 27 min.; July 1963
Before the Day (Social Security Film)
Box 172
16mm; 27 min.
Birth of a Union
Box 173
16mm; 27 min.
1964
Building Union Participation in Politics
Box 174
16mm; 24 min.; May 1964
1964
Burden of Truth; Part 1
Box 175.1
16mm; 29 min.; January 1964
1964
Burden of Truth
Box 175.2
16mm; 38 min.; January 1964
A Case of Insubordination
Box 176
16mm; 22 min.
The Challenge; Print #2
Box 177.2
16mm; 27 min.
The Challenge; Print #3
Box 177.3
16mm; 27 min.
“Contract Contract”
Box 178
16mm; 23 min.
1964
1940 ILGWU Convention [copy 1]
Box 179.1
16mm; 29 min.; January 1964
1964
1940 ILGWU Convention [copy 2]
Box 179.2
16mm; 29 min.; January 1964
1964
A Conversation with Dr. J. Robert Oppenheimer
Box 180
16mm; 41 min.
1963
The Count Down
Box 181
16mm; 27 min.; June 1963
1963
“Crossroads of America”; with Leo Cherne Introduction
Box 182
16mm; 34 min.; December 1963
Dress parade
Box 183
16mm; 19 min.
1982
The Emerging Woman
Box 184
16mm; March 1982
1964
The Extremists
Box 185
16mm; 27 min.; October 1964
The Global Assembly Line
Box 186
16mm
1964
Great Expectations Part II
Box 187.2
16mm; 34 min.; May 1964
1964
Great Expectations Part III
Box 187.3
16mm; 37 min.; May 1964
1965
The High Wall
Box 188
16mm; 30 min.; March 1965
1963
Horizons
Box 189
16mm; 27 min.; December 1963
Huelga Part I
Box 190
16mm; 24 min.; 2 copies
Huelga Part II
Box 191
16mm; 33 min.; 2 copies
1964
John F. Kennedy’s Last Words to Labor
Box 192
16mm; 27 min.; January 1964
Label on Fashion #3
Box 193
16mm
Last Grave at Dimbaza Part 1
Box 194.1
16mm; 25. min.
Last Grave at Dimbaza Part 2
Box 194.2
16mm; 24 min.
Local 100
Box 192
16mm; 30 min.; ACTWU
1965
Local 100; Print #2
Box 195
16mm; February 1965; 2 copies
Immigration; Maria; Part 1
Box 196.1
16mm; 24 min.; Canadian Broadcasting Corporation; 2 copies
Immigration; Maria; Part 2
Box 196.2
16mm; 24 min.; Canadian Broadcasting Corporation; 2 copies
Maria
Box 197.1
16mm; 2 reels, 20 min. and 23 min.
Maria; Copy B
Box 197.2
16mm; 46 min.; 2 copies
Mobile Health Unit; Tex and Jinx; (no commercials)
Box 198
16mm; 16 min.
1955
Mobile Health Unit; Tex and Jinx - bad Kinescope
Box 199
16mm
1963
Joseph McCarthy
Box 200
16mm; July 1963
The Organizer; Reel 1
Box 201.1
16mm; 35 min.
The Organizer; Reel 2
Box 201.2
16mm; 30 min.
The Organizer; Reel 3
Box 201.3
16mm; 30 min.
The Organizer; Reel 4
Box 201.4
16mm; 16 min.
1964
The Other Paris (MSA Documentary)
Box 202
16mm; 24 min.; January 1964
1952
Our Union - Local 91; Original Version
Box 203.1
16mm; 27 min.; July 1952
Our Union - Local 91
Box 203.2
16mm; 21 min.
People vs. Willie Farah
Box 206.1
16mm; 22 min.
The People vs. Willie Farah
Box 206.2
16mm; 16 min.; CBS
People, Precincts, and Power
Box 205
16mm; 24 min.
Poverty in the Valley of Plenty
Box 207
16mm; 20 min.
1963
Prospect for All
Box 208
16mm; 27 min.; United Auto Workers (UAW); December 1963
The Rise of Labor
Box 209
16mm; 30 min.
1964
Roots of Happiness
Box 210
16mm; 22 min.; April 1964
Si Se Puede
Box 212
16mm; 43 min.
The Stevenson Story
Box 213
16mm; 16 min.
The Story of ‘91; Print #3
Box 214
16mm; 18 min.
Sunday Show: ILGWU President Sol Chaikin
Box 215
16mm; 16 min.
1964
Talking Union
Box 216
16mm; March 1964
1963
Their Great Adventure
Box 217
16mm; 33 min.; June 1963
1963
This is the SIU; Seafarers Union Film
Box 218
16mm; 27 min.; December 1963
1965
This Union Cause
Box 219
16mm; 24 min.; March 1965; 2 copies
Voter Education Project Count
Box 220
16mm; 26 min.; Colburn Lab Inc.
Danny
Box 221
16mm; 27 min.
What Price Health
Box 222
16mm; 27 min.
A Watch for Joe
Box 223
16mm; 38 min.
When the day’s work is done
Box 224
16mm; 28 min.
1964
Wisconsin Story (TV Print)
Box 225
16mm; 19 min.; January 1964
Women of Summer
Box 226
16mm; 2 copies
1964
Youth Wants to Know (Meany Kinescope)
Box 227
16mm; 27 min.; April 1964
1960
Fashion Spring Picture 1960
Box 228
16mm; 24 min.; 3 copies
Fall & Winter Fashions 1961
Box 229
16mm; 26 min.; 2 copies
1960-1961
Fall & Winter Fashions 1960-1961
Box 230.1
16mm; 30 min.; 2 copies
1960-1961
Fall & Winter Fashions 1960-1961; Workers Unions
Box 230.2
16mm; 27 min.
1965
Spring & Summer Fashions
Box 231
16mm; 27 min.; March 1965
Spring & Summer 1962
Box 232
16mm; 27 min.; 2 copies
1963-1982
With These Hands
Box 233
Includes: French edition, German edition (2 copies), replacement footage, fragments, television print, Spanish edition, English edition, Cantonese edition, long Spanish edition, short edition, Greek edition, Italian edition.
1978
First Aid Course
Box 234
16mm; 30 min.; American Red Cross; 2 parts
1963
ILGWU Anthem
Box 235
16mm; 2 min.; July 1963
1964
Americans All
Box 238
16mm; 16 min.; April 1964
1975
The American Issues Forum
Box 239
16mm; 19 min.; October 1975
1987
American at Work
Box 240
16mm; 14 min.; May 1987
1963
Battle of Wall Street
Box 241
16mm; 19 min.; December 1963
Meany Barkan
Box 242
16mm; 13 min.; AFL-CIO
Nixon: Broken Promises
Box 243.1
16mm; 15 min; AFL-CIO COPE
1964
Broken Promises I
Box 243.2
16mm; 14 min.; April 1964
1964
Brotherhood of Man
Box 244
16mm; 11 min.; April 1964
1963
Cast Me Not Off; Print #1
Box 245
16mm; 16 min.; August 1963
1963
The Congress
Box 246
16mm; 10 min.
1964
Dedication of Penn Station South cooperative housing
Box 247
16mm; 16 min.; January 1964
Does it matter what you think?
Box 248
16mm; 19 min.
1965
Dues and the Union
Box 249
16mm; 16 min.; January 1965
1963
Dutch Team - ECA Film
Box 250
16mm; 14 min.; July 1963
1963
Earthquake in Ecuador
Box 251
16mm; 14 min.; December 1963
1963
European Labor Day - Print #1 and 2
Box 252
16mm; 12 min.; July 1963
Fight for My Union
Box 253
16mm; 10 min.; AFL-CIO
The Fine Art of Fraud
Box 254
16mm; 19 min.
1962
Fall & Winter Fashion 1962
Box 255.1
16mm; 12 min.
American Fashions 1962-1963; Fall and Winter
Box 255.2
16mm; 11 min.
Fashions in USA
Box 256
16mm; 12 min.
1963
Spring & Fashions USA—Summer 1963
Box 257
16mm; 16 min.
Fashion in Action
Box 258
16mm; 5 min.; 2 copies
Fashion Institute of Technology
Box 260
16mm; 14 min.
Many Length of Fashion
Box 261
16mm; 3 copies
Fiddle De Dee
Box 262
16mm; 2 min.
1964
The Fight for Better Schools
Box 263
16mm; 20 min.; November 1964
1963
Dutch Team #2
Box 250
16mm; 9 min.; July 1963
The Fourth Battle of Winchester
Box 264
16mm; 18 min.
1964
For All The Rest Of Your Life
Box 265
16mm; 13 min.; January 1964
1963
Highlights of the United Nations
Box 266
16mm; 11 min.; July 1963
The Happy Warrior; Gov. Alan Smith’s Life
Box 267
16mm; 11 min.
1964
COPE Film #3; Health, Education, & Politics
Box 268
16mm; 14 min.; January 1964
How to Bury Taft-Harley
Box 269
16mm; 30 min.; July 1963
1963
Local 91
Box 270
16mm; 12 min.; December 1963
1963
Los Angeles Health Center, ILGWU
Box 271
16mm; 17 min.; December 1963
1964
Magic State
Box 272
16mm; 18 min.; January 1964
“60 Minutes -Made in Japan”
Box 273
16mm; 11 min.; CBS
“Marching Toward Tomorrow”
Box 274
16mm; 11 min.
1964
Marvin Has it Made
Box 275
16mm; 11 min.; April 1964; 2 copies
Millions of Us
Box 276
16mm; 16 min.
1963
Needles and Pins
Box 277
16mm; 11 min.; July 1963
1963
Neighbors
Box 278
16mm; 8 min.; July 1963
1962
New Americans
Box 279
16mm; 19 min.; December 1962
Box 280
Nine to Five
Box 281
16mm; 22 min.
1963
Organizing Begins at Home
Box 282
16mm; 16 min.; June 1963
1964
The Owl and the Fox
Box 283
16mm; 20 min.; April 1964
The Phony Issues, The Real Issues, and You
Box 284
16mm; 15 min.
1964
COPE FILM #5; Politics and the Rigged Tax System
Box 285
16mm; 16 min.; January 1964
1964
Montreal Health Center (Camera on Labour)
Box 286
16mm; 12 min.; January 1964
1964
Power Behind the Nation
Box 287
16mm; 16 min.; January 1964
1965
The Supreme Court
Box 288
16mm; 16 min.; March 1965
1963
The Presidency
Box 289
16mm; 12 min.; July 1963
1963
Report on Japan (This is America)
Box 290
16mm; 17 min.; July 1963
1978
Rip-off at the Top
Box 291
16mm; 15 min.; September 1978
The Rise of Organized Labor
Box 292
16mm; 18 min.; McGraw Hill
1964
Shoemaker and the Hatter
Box 293
16mm; 24 min.; April 1964
1965
Shop Steward
Box 294
16mm; 22 min.; January 1965
1967
Social Security
Box 295
16mm; 11 min.; 2 copies
1965
Sam’l and Social Security
Box 296
16mm; 9 min.; January 1965
1963
Sydenham Hospital
Box 297
16mm; 9 min.; July 1963
1963
Tall Tales
Box 298
16mm; 10 min.; July 1963
They Fought For You
Box 299
16mm; 18 min.; 2 copies
1964
They Need to Know (Social Security Film)
Box 300
16mm; 12 min.; January 1964
1963
This is the Saar (Peerless Treated)
Box 301
16mm; 14 min.; June 1963
Unity House
Box 302
16mm
Women's Voices: the gender gap Movie
Box 303
16mm; 16 min.
Hubert Humphrey; “Words from a True Friend”
Box 304
16mm; 22 min.
1964
[No Title]
Box 305
16mm; 15 min.; January 1964
Your Next President
Box 306
16mm; 16 min.
1965
Your Social Security Number
Box 307
16mm; 19 min.; January 1965
1987
Who makes your clothes
Box 308
16mm; 4 min.
Victims of the Veto
Box 309
16mm; 15 min.; 2 copies
We Come to Bat
Box 310
16mm; 9 min.; COPE; 2 copies
1963
We the People
Box 311
16mm; 14 min.; March 1963
1964
What's In a Dress
Box 312.1
16mm; 11 min.; April 1964
We've Come on Age
Box 312.2
16mm; 14 min.
[Missing]
Box 313
Italo-American in Italia; Mark Starr Montana Italian Pict Rolls 1-2-3; Mark Starr Montana Italian Picts Rolls 1-2-3; Master 14361 Mark Starr Montana Italian Picts Rolls 1-2-3; Master 14361
Box 314
16mm and 35mm; 9 parts
1958
New York Dressmakers Strike
Box 315
16mm; 43 min.
Sindicalismo en Accion
Box 316
16mm; 2 parts
1959
1959 Convention
Box 317
35mm; 2 parts
Convention - Reel 3 Effects 192 - Roll 3
Box 319.1
35mm
Reel 3 Convention – Effects 13
Box 319.2
Reel 1 Effects Track Convention ILGWU
Box 319.3
35mm
Reel 2 Effects Track [Probably Convention]
Box 319.4
35mm
Reel #2; Dubinsky; 14+E Positive; B&W Print
Box 321
35mm
Reel #1; Dubinsky Story; B/W Pix
Box 321.1
35mm
Can 2; Dubinsky 35mm Composite B&W Prints; Trims
Box 321.2
35mm
Reel #3; Dubinsky; 35mm B&W Positive; 14+E Print
Box 321.3
35mm
Reel #1; M&E Positive; B&W Print; Dubinsky
Box 321.5
35mm
Dubinsky 19 35mm B&W Work Print of Pix with Opticals Reel #3
Box 321.6
Can 7; Dubinsky 35mm Composite B&W Trims
Box 321.7
35mm
Can #8; Dubinsky - 35mm B&W Work Print of Pix With Opticals Reel #2
Box 321.8
35mm
Dubinsky 35mm Composite3 B&W Print of Trims
Box 321.9
35mm
Dubinsky - 35mm Silent Negative Trims
Box 322.1
35mm
Can 2; Dubinsky – 35mm Silent Neg 19 Trims On Animation + Inserts
Box 322.2
35mm
Can 3; Dubinsky -35mm Silent Negative on Citation Trims
Box 322.3
35mm
Dubinsky -35mm Silent Negative - Trims
Box 322.4
35mm
Can 5; Dubinsky - 35mm Neg Pix of Stills Trims
Box 322.5
35mm
Dubinsky 35mm Neg Trims on Health Mobile + Israel
Box 322.6
35mm
Dubinsky - 35mm B&W Print on Pins +Needles Trims
Box 323.1
35mm
Can 2; Dubinsky - 35mm F.G - Master Trims of Israel - Old Stock
Box 323.2
Can 3; Dubinsky - 35mm F.G. -Master Trims on Old Stock Ft
Box 323.3
35mm
Can 4; Dubinsky -35mm Print of Track Trims
Box 323.4
35mm
Can 6; Dubinsky 1935mm Silent B&W Print of Trims On Old Stock Shots
Box 323.6
35mm
Dubinsky - 35mm Composite B&W Print – Note No Sound Track – Did Not Use
Box 323.7
35mm
Can 8; Dubinsky - 35mm F.G Master on Cord to Cord; With These Hands
Box 323.8
35mm
Dubinsky - 35mm A.G. Master Trims For Optical
Box 323.9
35mm
Can 10; Dubinsky - 35mm Composite B&W Print on J. Wingate Trims
Box 323.10
35mm
Dubinsky - 35mm Composite B&W Print - Note No Soundtrack; Did Not Use
Box 323.11
35mm
Dubinsky - 35mm Composite B&W Trims
Box 323.12
35mm
Dubinsky - 35mm B&W Print Of Trims
Box 324.1
35mm
Can 2; Dubinsky - 35mm Composite B&W Print of Trims
Box 324.2
35mm
Dubinsky - 35mm Composite B&W Trims
Box 324.3
35mm
Dubinsky - 35mm Composite B&W Print on Trims
Box 324.4
35mm
Dubinsky - 35mm Composite B&W Print of Trims
Box 324.5
35mm
Dubinsky - 35mm Composite F.G Master of Trims Reels 1 to 4
Box 325.1
35mm
Dubinsky - 35mm Composite F.G - Master Reel #1
Box 325.2
35mm
Dubinsky - 35mm Composite F.G Master Reel #2
Box 325.3
35mm
Dubinsky - 35mm F.G. Master Composite Reel #4
Box 325.4
35mm
1957
Dubinsky - 35mm Composite F.G Master Reel #3
Box 325.5
35mm; May 1957
Can 1; Dubinsky; 35mm Neg Trims Silent On Stock F7
Box 326.1
35mm
Can 2; Dubinsky - 35mm Composite Neg –On Windgate Trims
Box 326.2
35mm
Can 3; Dubinsky 35mm Composite Negative Pix Trims
Box 326.3
35mm
Can 4; Dubinsky 35mm Composite Neg Pix Trims
Box 326.4
35mm
Can 5; Dubinsky 35mm Composite Neg Trims
Box 326.5
35mm
Can 6; Dubinsky 35mm; Composite Neg Pix Trims
Box 326.6
35mm
Can 1; Dubinsky 35mm Neg Track of Pins + Needles Singing
Box 327.1
35mm
Can 2; Dubinsky 35mm Silent Neg Trims
Box 327.2
35mm
Can 3; Dubinsky Composite Neg; No Sound on Track Did not Use
Box 327.3
35mm
Can 4; Dubinsky Sound Statement Composite; No Track -Did Not Use
Box 327.4
35mm
Can 5; Dubinsky 35mm Neg Track Of Record -Not Used
Box 327.5
35mm
Can 6; Dubinsky Negative Track From Record
Box 327.6
35mm
Can 1; Dubinsky 35mm Composite B&W Print on J.Windgate Trims
Box 328.1
35mm
Can 2; Dubinsky 35mm Composite B&W Print on Trims
Box 328.2
35mm
Can 3; Dubinsky Story -35mm Work Print of Track Reel #2
Box 328.3
35mm
Dubinsky 35mm Work Print of Track Reel #1
Box 328.4
35mm
Can #5; Dubinsky Story 35mm Work Print of Track Reel #3
Box 328.5
35mm
Can #6; Dubinsky 35mm Work Print of Track Reel #4
Box 328.6
35mm
Can 1; Dubinsky 35mm B&W Work Print Reel #4 Pix
Box 329.1
35mm
Can #2; Dubinsky Story 35mm B&W Work Print Reel #1 Pix
Box 329.2
35mm
Can #3; Dubinsky Story 35mm B&W Work Print Pix Reel #2
Box 329.3
35mm
Can #4; Dubinsky Story 35mm B&W Work Print Pix Reel #3
Box 329.4
35mm
1. Mike Johnson’s Union Label Show in Wisconsin; 2. Change; 3. Nonflammable Phil gal season union label; 4. DD Degree at Bard (-50’s Nonflammable)
Box 330
16mm
[NOTE ON LID: Odds and Ends; Many Films; May all be from Fannia Cohn.]
Box 331
16mm
[Assortment of Films]
Box 332
16mm
1959
Mother is on Strike
Box 333
16mm; 5 min.
[Dubinsky Anniversary and miscellaneous films]
Box 334
Dubinsky Anniversary in two parts
Mobile health unit; Tex and Jinx bad Kinescope
Box 335
DVD copy of 16mm film -- F 199
1962
Dedication of Penn Station South cooperative housing
Box 336
DVD copy of 16mm film -- F247
Dues and the Union
Box 337
DVD copy of 16 mm film -- F249
Marvin Has It Made
Box 338
DVD copy of 16 mm film -- F275
1982
[Chinatown strike]
Box 339
DVD copy of VHS tape --V302a. Actually not footage of Unity House, as original label states. Footage of 1982 Chinatown strike.
1935
Unity House
Box 340
DVD copy of VHS tape -- 302b
Triangle Fire monument
Box 341
DVD copy of 16mm film -- F331
1959
Mother is on Strike
Box 342
DVD copy of 16 mm film -- F333
1958
Dressmakers Strike, part 2
Box 343
DVD copy of 16mm film in box 315, 5780 F; for part 1, see DVD in box 149, 5780 AV.