ACTWU's Engineering Department Records, 1947-2000

Collection Number: 5619/024

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


DESCRIPTIVE SUMMARY

Title:
ACTWU's Engineering Department Records, 1947-2000
Collection Number:
5619/024
Creator:
Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America. Engineering Department.
Amalgamated Clothing and Textile Workers Union. Engineering Department.
United Needeltrades, Industrial and Textile Employees (UNITE). Engineering Department.
Quantity:
10 linear feet
Forms of Material:
Correspondence, reports, publications.
Repository:
Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation and Archives, Cornell University Library
Abstract:
This collection consists of correspondence, reports, newspaper clippings, and files from the Engineering Departments of the Textile Workers' Union of America, Amalgamated Clothing and Textile Workers' Union, and UNITE.
Language:
Collection material in English and French


ACWA/ACTWU ORGANIZATIONAL HISTORY

The Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America, the most significant union representing workers in the men's clothing industry, was founded in New York City in 1914 as a breakaway movement from the United Garment Workers. Radical and immigrant workers in the tailors’ and cutters’ locals were the core of the seceding group, which advocated industrial unionism and economic strikes in opposition to the UGW’s craft organization, which they saw as conservative and timid. Their diverging views had come to the fore during the historic 1910 dispute at the Chicago firm Hart, Schaffner, and Marx. The opposition called the strike against the UGW leadership’s advice, and reached a path-breaking agreement with management that established an arbitration system to settle disputes.
Members flocked to the new union. Around 50,000 strong at its founding, by 1920 the ACWA counted about 170,000 members. Initially composed mostly of immigrants of Jewish European descent with Socialist leanings, the ACWA quickly welcomed members of a great number of nationalities and diverse backgrounds. Like in other garment unions, most workers and many members were women, but the leadership was predominantly male, a situation that did not change for many decades. Early on the union adopted a centralized administrative structure combined with industrial unionism, with the joint boards’ by-laws having precedence over those of locals.
Espousing a philosophy perhaps brought over by its early immigrant socialist members, the Amalgamated went beyond bread and butter issues and adopted a distinctive form of social unionism that was largely absent in the American labor movement. Starting in the 1920s, it provided educational opportunities and recreational facilities for its members, as well as services such as an insurance plan, banks offering personal loans at low interest rates, low-cost housing cooperatives, medical clinics, and even union-owned restaurants.
Sidney Hillman was the first president of the new union and the most important officer in its history. He applied his experience as bargaining representative in Chicago to the whole industry. Under his leadership the union made significant strides in securing better wages and working conditions for its members, and at the same time it consolidated gains and provided stability to the industry through the widespread adoption of the arbitration system tested at Hart, Schaffner, and Marx. Hillman paid close attention to industry issues, such as production, pricing, and marketing. In order to help management meet the competition of non-union firms, the union conducted studies of efficiency, work methods, and factory costs. Letters to the official publication of the union, Advance, document the controversy that ensued within the union over what was perceived to be collaboration with management.
Hillman also understood the importance of labor’s involvement in national affairs and political action. In the 1920s the ACWA sent delegates to the Conference for Progressive Political Action and to the Farmer-labor party conventions. Although many members and officers were Socialists, the union stopped short of officially endorsing the party. Communist attempts at gaining influence within the union were firmly curbed. Hillman’s participation in national affairs and politics became prominent during the New Deal, when he became a close advisor to Franklin D. Roosevelt on labor and economic issues. He also served on the board of the National Recovery Administration. Later, during World War II, he helped establish the Labor’s Non Partisan League. He was also named associate director of the Office of Production Management, which assisted in mobilizing the nation's resources for the war effort. Hillman’s prestige perhaps reflected the healthy condition of his union, which by the end of the conflict was strong and stable.
During the post World War II period the union faced a number of significant challenges. Membership continued to grow (peaking at 395,000 in 1968), but the union’s political influence and visibility in national affairs declined. In their never ending pursuit of lower production costs, many firms relocated to the South, forcing the union to engage in large organizing efforts. Simultaneously, signs began to appear of changes that would lead to the almost complete demise of the domestic apparel industry and, ultimately, to the erosion of union membership. Foreign imports of cheap clothing goods steadily grew in the 1950s and 1960s, and mushroomed in the following two decades, plunging employment in the apparel sector into a steady decline. Union efforts to stem the tide included Buy American campaigns and extensive lobbying in Congress, but they were to no avail. In 1976, the ACWA merged with the Textile Workers of America to become the Amalgamated Clothing and Textile Workers Union. Despite successful and much publicized nationwide actions such as the Farah boycott and the J.P. Stevens corporate campaign, the woes threatening the union’s existence continued unabated. The fate of the domestic industry was sealed in the late 1970s and the 1980s by the flight of firms chasing tax breaks and cheap labor abroad. By 1995, when ACTWU voted to merge with the International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, their combined membership was 350,000. The new Union of Needletrades, Industrial and Textile Employees (UNITE!) seemed poised to infuse new life in a troubled union.
SUBJECTS

Names:
Amalgamated Clothing and Textile Workers Union
Amalgamated Clothing and Textile Workers Union --Archives.
Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America --Archives.
Amalgamated Clothing and Textile Workers Union. Engineering Department--Archives
Brand-Rex Company --Archives
C. H. Masland & Sons --Archives
Devro, Inc. --Archives
Ensign Bickford Company --Archives
International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union --Archives.
Johnson & Johnson --Archives
Microfibres, Inc. --Archives
Owens-Corning Fiberglass Corporation --Archives
Permacel, Inc. --Archives
Phoenix Dye Works --Archives
Superior Trim Company --Archives
Textileather Corporation --Archives
Union of Needletrades, Industrial and Textile Employees --Archives.
UNITE HERE (Organization) --Archives

Subjects:
Textile industry--New York (State)--New York
Textile workers--Labor unions--New York (State)--New York
Clothing trade--New York (State)--New York
Clothing workers--Labor unions--New York (State)--New York

Form and Genre Terms:
Records
Correspondence


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Cite As:
ACTWU's Engineering Department Records, #5619/024. Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation and Archives, Cornell University Library.

RELATED MATERIALS

Related collections:
5619: Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America
And all other 5619 collections.

CONTAINER LIST

Container
Description
Date
Box 1 Folder 1
Brand-Rex Co, Willimantic, CT
1979-1997
Box 1 Folder 2
Ensign Bickford Co., Simsbury, CT
1978-1996
Box 1 Folder 3
Kraft Hat Co., Bronx, NY
1991-1997
Box 1 Folder 4
Superior Trim Co., Findlay, Ohio
1977-1993
Box 1 Folder 5
Liz Claiborne. Secaucus, NJ
1994-1996
Box 1 Folder 6
CH Masland &Sons Carlisle-PA
1970-1992
Box 1 Folder 7
Maidenform. Jacksonville, FL
1997
Box 1 Folder 8
NCC Industries (Maidenform) Cortland, NY
1996-1997
Box 1 Folder 9
Microfibers, INC., -Pawtucket RI
1983-1994
Box 1 Folder 10
Morgan Shirtmakers. Morgantown West Va.
1995-1996
Box 1 Folder 11
Charles Navasky Co. Philipsburg, PA
1990-1994
Box 1 Folder 12
Owens-Corning Fiberglass Corp-Huntingdon, PA
1955-1991
Box 1 Folder 13
Owens-Brockway, Belvidere, NY
1990
Box 1 Folder 14
Palm Beach Co.-Erlanger &Newport KY
1981-1995
Box 1 Folder 15
Palm Beach Co.-Knoxville Tennessee
1971-1977
Box 1 Folder 16
Palm Beach Co.- Talladega, AL
1994
Box 1 Folder 17
Permacel INC, New Brunswick, NJ
1975-1995
Box 1 Folder 18
Phoenix Dye Works - Cleveland, Ohio
1977-1997
Box 1 Folder 19
Schlegel Inc, -Rochester, NY
1991-1994
Box 2 Folder 1
Swift Textiles, Inc-Erwin, NC
1997
Box 2 Folder 2
Textileather. Toledeo, OHIO
1981-1992
Box 2 Folder 3
Thomas Bradford. Huntingdon, TN
1994
Box 2 Folder 4
Tultex
1998
Box 2 Folder 5
Tultex Corporation-South Boston, NC
1995-1997
Box 2 Folder 6
Tultex Corporation. Martinsville, VA
1995-1997
Box 2 Folder 7
Warnaco Knitwear Division of Puritan Sportswear. Duncansville, PA
1980-1986
Box 2 Folder 8
Johnson & Johnson-General
1976-1986
Box 2 Folder 9
Johnson & Johnson International Shipping Center-New Brunswick, NJ
1975-1977
Box 2 Folder 10
Johnson & Johnson. Ethicon, NJ
1975
Box 2 Folder 11
Johnson & Johnson-Baby Products, Shipping, etc.-New Brunswick, NJ
1976-1980
Box 2 Folder 12
Devro, INC. (Johnson & Johnson) - Somerville NJ
1975-1996
Box 2 Folder 13
Johnson & Johnson. Ethicon, NJ
1976-1978
Box 2 Folder 14
Johnson & Johnson- Chicago & Park Forest Illinois
1970-1989
Box 2 Folder 15
Johnson & Johnson-Chicago Illinois
1981
Box 2 Folder 16
Johnson & Johnson, Eastern Diaper Place, Skillman, NJ
1978-1986
Box 2 Folder 17
Ethicon, Incorporated-Somerville, NJ [folder 1 of 2]
1986-1985
Box 2 Folder 18
Ethicon, Inc.-Somerville, NJ [folder 2 of 2]
1979-1986
Box 2 Folder 19
Johnson & Johnson Eastern Surgical Dressing Plant, New Brunswick, NJ
1976-1978
Box 2 Folder 20
Fall River Shirt CO. - Fall River Massachusetts
1996
Box 2 Folder 21
William Brooks Shoe Co. Nelsonville Ohio
1991
Box 2 Folder 22
Bristol Lingerie-Bristol, VA
1997
Box 2 Folder 23
Cranston Print Works-Webster Division
1998
Box 2 Folder 24
Ava Pearl Reports & Correspondence
1998
Box 3 Folder 1
Howard Daniels Reports & Correspondence
1998
Box 3 Folder 2
Andrew Wnorowski. Reports & Correspondence
1998
Box 3 Folder 3
Ava Pearl-Scheduled Plant Trips
1998
Box 3 Folder 4
Howard Daniels-Scheduled Plant Trips
1998
Box 3 Folder 5
Andrew Wnorowski- Scheduled Plant Trips
1998
Box 3 Folder 6
1996 Plant Trips-Daniels, Pearl, Wnorowski
Box 3 Folder 7
H. Daniels-Reports & Correspondence
1996
Box 3 Folder 8
Ava Pearl Plant Visits
1996
Box 3 Folder 9
Ava Pearl Reports & Correspondence
1996
Box 3 Folder 10
H. Daniels Reports and Correspondence
1995
Box 3 Folder 11
Johnson & Johnson Jelco Labs. Raritan, NJ
Box 3 Folder 12
Johnson & Johnson Ethicon, Chicago
1980
Box 3 Folder 13
Justin Clothing, New Bedford Massachusetts
Box 3 Folder 14
Johnson & Johnson, New Brunswick, NJ Baby Products, Shipping, etc.
1981-1996
Box 3 Folder 15
A. Wnorowski-Reports & Correspondence July
1995
July, 1995.
Box 3 Folder 16
A. Wnorowski-Scheduled Plant Trips-July
1993
July 1, 1993.
Box 3 Folder 17
H. Daniels
1995
Box 3 Folder 18
A. Wnorowski-Plant Visits
1996
Box 3 Folder 19
Nicholas Reale. Reports & Correspondence
1995
Box 3 Folder 20
Nicholas Reale. Reports & Correspondence
1994
Box 4 Folder 1
A. Wnorowski Reports & Correspondence
1996
Box 4 Folder 2
Sterlingwear of Boston, Inc.-East Boston, Massachusetts
Box 4 Folder 3
State Coat Front Co.-Boston, Massachusetts
Box 4 Folder 4
H. Daniels-Reports & Correspondence
1997
Box 4 Folder 5
H. Daniels
1995
Box 4 Folder 6
Ava Pearl Reports & Correspondence [folder 1 of 2]
1995
Box 4 Folder 7
Ava Pearl Reports & Correspondence [folder 2 of 2]
1995
Box 4 Folder 8
Ava Pearl Reports & Correspondence
1997
Box 4 Folder 9
Ava Pearl Reports & Correspondence
1997
Box 4 Folder 10
H. Daniels Reports & Correspondence
1997
Box 5 Folder 1
American Cyanamid Company
1958-1976
Box 5 Folder 2
Acme Cotton, Inc.
1978-1991
Box 5 Folder 3
Acme Cotton, Inc.
1981-1987
Box 5 Folder 4
Acme Cotton, Inc.
1979-1980
Box 5 Folder 5
American Cyanamid Company
1953-1960
Box 5 Folder 6
American National Standards Institution, Inc.
1971-1980
Box 5 Folder 7
Armstrong Cork Company: Arbitration - Job Evaluation
1962
Box 5 Folder 8
TWUA File in Arbitration with Armstrong Cork Company
1961
Box 5 Folder 9
Textile Workers Union of America in the Matter of Arbitration with Armstrong Cork Company
1959
December 22, 1959
Box 5 Folder 10
Armstrong Cork Company
1963
Box 5 Folder 11
Burlington Industries Arbitration Erwin Mills Division
1979
Box 5 Folder 12
Burlington Industries; Erwin Mills
1951
Box 5 Folder 13
Burlington Industries; Erwin Mills
1951-1965
Box 5 Folder 14
Burlington Mills
1980-1986
Box 5 Folder 15
Columbus Coated Fabrics Arbitration
1962
Box 5 Folder 16
Brooks Brothers
1995-1994
Box 5 Folder 17
Cambridge Towel Mills
1977-1984
Box 5 Folder 18
Celanese Corporation Celco Plant
1973-1978
Box 5 Folder 19
Celanese Corporation Celco Plant
1971-1975
Box 5 Folder 20
Celanese Corporation
1971
Box 5 Folder 21
Celanese Fibers Company
1973-1977
Box 6 Folder 1
Celanese Fibers Company
1971-1973
Box 6 Folder 2
Celanese - 1966 Arbitration
1966-1980
Box 6 Folder 3
Celanese - 1966 Arbitration
1966
Box 6 Folder 4
Celanese Canada Limited
1969-1973
Box 6 Folder 5
Celanese Fibers Company
1958-1974
Box 6 Folder 6
Workload Arbitration - 1973; Calvin L. McCoy, Arbitrator; Staple Department, Celanese Fibers Company
1973
Box 6 Folder 7
Workload Arbitration - 1973; Calvin L. McCoy, Arbitrator; Staple Department, Celanese Fibers Company
1970-1973
Box 6 Folder 8
Celanese: Grievance and Arbitration Study
1978
Box 6 Folder 9
Celanese: Grievance and Arbitration Study
1978
Box 6 Folder 10
De Rossi & Son, Company
1973-1977
Box 6 Folder 11
Celanese Corporation
1980-1987
Box 6 Folder 12
Celanese Safety Conference
1972
Box 6 Folder 13
Cranston Print Works
1970-1979
Box 6 Folder 14
Cranston Print Works
1970-1976
Box 6 Folder 15
Cranston Print Works
1980-1994
Box 6 Folder 16
Cranston Print Works
1986-1988
Box 6 Folder 17
Cranston Print Works
1984-1987
Box 6 Folder 18
Cranston Print Works
1982-1984
Box 6 Folder 19
Cranston Print Works
1987-1997
Box 6 Folder 20
Cranston Print Works
1985-1988
Box 6 Folder 21
Cranston Print Works
1983-1985
Box 6 Folder 22
Cranston Print Works
1980-1982
Box 6 Folder 23
Cone Mills, Greensboro, N.C.
1947-2000
Box 7 Folder 1
Cone Mills, Greensboro, NC & Salisbury, NC
1981-1992
Box 7 Folder 2
Cone Mills, Greensboro, NC & Salisbury, NC
1981
Box 7 Folder 3
Columbian Rope Company
1970-1976
Box 7 Folder 4
Columbian Rope Company
1966-1976
Box 7 Folder 5
Duro Textile Printers
1989-1995
Box 7 Folder 6
Duro Finishing Corp
1978-1996
Box 7 Folder 7
Eagle Knitting Mills
1975-1995
Box 7 Folder 8
Eagle Knitting Mills
1984-1985
Box 7 Folder 9
Eagle Knitting Mills
1977-1987
Box 7 Folder 10
Eagle Knitting Mills
1989
March 9, 1989
Box 7 Folder 11
Eagle Knitting Mills
1986-1988
Box 7 Folder 12
Eagle Knitting Mills
1985-1986
Box 7 Folder 13
Haartz-Mason, Inc.
1990
April 3, 1990
Box 7 Folder 14
Harvey Woods, Ltd.
1980-1982
Box 7 Folder 15
Harvey Woods, Ltd.
1971-1982
Box 7 Folder 16
Hathaway Shirt
1993-1994
Box 7 Folder 17
Hathaway Shirt Company
1975-1986
Box 7 Folder 18
Health-Tex Arbitration
1984
Box 7 Folder 19
Health-Tex Corporation
1992-1993
Box 7 Folder 20
Health-Tex
1987-1997
Box 7 Folder 21
Health-Tex - Diamond Hill Plant
1982-1983
Box 7 Folder 22
Health-Tex - Maine Portland and Gardiner Plants
1981-1985
Box 7 Folder 23
Health-Tex - Maine Portland and Gardiner Plants
1979-1980
Box 7 Folder 24
Health-Tex - Diamond Hill Plant
1979-1981
Box 7 Folder 25
Health-Tex
1993-1998
Box 7 Folder 26
Health-Tex
1995
June 6, 1995
Box 8 Folder 1
Huyck Canada Limited
1979-1984
Box 8 Folder 2
Kayser-Roth, Limited
1980-1984
French
Box 8 Folder 3
Kayser-Roth, Limited
1971-1982
Box 8 Folder 4
Permacel
1992-1997
Box 8 Folder 5
Time Study
1979
Box 8 Folder 6
Amalgamated Clothing & Textile Workers Union
1965-1999
Box 8 Folder 7
Johnson and Johnson
1963-1998
Box 8 Folder 8
Mohawk Carpet
1998
Box 8 Folder 9
Ensign-Bickford Industries, Inc.
1987-1998
Box 8 Folder 10
Time Study
1996
Box 8 Folder 11
Time to Sew One Shirt
1994
Box 8 Folder 12
American Association of Industrial Management of Connecticut
1975
Box 8 Folder 13
Amalgamated Clothing and Textile Workers Union
1978
Box 8 Folder 14
Armstrong Cork Company
1947
Box 8 Folder 15
American Institute of Industrial Engineers
1970
Box 8 Folder 16
Health-Tex
Box 8 Folder 17
Textile Workers Union of America
1965-1967
Box 8 Folder 18
The Maynard Foundation
Box 8 Folder 19
Important Calculations
1975
Box 8 Folder 20
Textile Workers Union of America
1965-1979
Box 8 Folder 21
Time Study
1988
Box 8 Folder 22
Amalgamated Clothing and Textile Workers Union
1987-1988
Box 8 Folder 23
Contract Clauses Dealing with Piece Rates, Standards, etc.
1965-1975
Box 8 Folder 24
American Association of Industrial Management
1975
Box 8 Folder 25
Cost of Living
1974-1978
Box 8 Folder 26
Fein, Mitchell
1970-1980
Box 8 Folder 27
Incentive Rate - Contract Clauses
Box 8 Folder 28
Post Hearing Brief
1975
Box 8 Folder 29
Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America
Box 8 Folder 30
Job Evaluation Class
1975-1992
Box 8 Folder 31
Leadership Conference
1977-1980
Box 8 Folder 32
Allowances for Sewing Operation
Box 8 Folder 33
Xerox Exhibits
1957
Box 8 Folder 34
Amalgamated Clothing and Textile Workers Union
1991
Box 8 Folder 35
Naumkeag Steal Cotton Company Weavers' Arbitration
1952
Box 8 Folder 36
Oneita Knitting Mills
1982-1991
Box 8 Folder 37
Oneita Knitting Mills
1976-1982
Box 8 Folder 38
Stearns & Foster Company: Incentive Rates Arbitration
1973
Box 9 Folder 1
Stearns & Foster Company: Incentive Rates Arbitration
1969-1973
Box 9 Folder 2
N. Sumergrade & Sons, Inc.
1976-1986
Box 9 Folder 3
N. Sumergrade & Sons, Inc.
1967-1977
Box 9 Folder 4
Fieldcrest Mills
1975-1979
Box 9 Folder 5
Fieldcrest
1996
Box 9 Folder 6
Fieldcrest Mills
1984-1998
Box 9 Folder 7
Fieldcrest Mills
1991-1994
Box 9 Folder 8
Fieldcrest Mills
1987-1992
Box 9 Folder 9
Fieldcrest Mills
1983-1985
Box 9 Folder 10
Fieldcrest Mills
1980-1982
Box 9 Folder 11
Fieldcrest Mills
1973-1980
Box 9 Folder 12
Fieldcrest Mills, Inc.
1972
Box 9 Folder 13
Fieldcrest Mills
1949-1980
Box 9 Folder 14
Fieldcrest Mills; Towel Hemmers
1975-1977
Box 9 Folder 15
Fieldcrest Mills; Towel Hemmers
1975-1977
Box 9 Folder 16
Fieldcrest Mills, Inc.; Foster Winders, Winding Department
1969-1971
Box 9 Folder 17
Fieldcrest Mills; Arbitration - Wash Cloth
1966-1977
Box 9 Folder 18
Fieldcrest Mills; Arbitration - Wash Cloth
1975
Box 9 Folder 19
Fieldcrest Mills
1974-1977
Box 9 Folder 20
Fieldcrest Mills, Inc.
1975-1982
Box 9 Folder 21
Fieldcrest Mills
1979-1982
Box 9 Folder 22
Fieldcrest Mills, Inc
1970-1978
Box 9 Folder 23
Fieldcrest Mills, Inc.
1966-1981
Box 9 Folder 24
Fieldcrest Mills, Inc.
1971-1980
Box 9 Folder 25
Findlay Industries
1982-1984
Box 9 Folder 26
Findlay Industries
1986-1996
Box 9 Folder 27
Findlay Industries
1997
Box 10 Folder 1
Fingerhut Corporation; Alexandria, MN
1993-1994
Box 10 Folder 2
Flushing Shirt Manufacturing Company; Grantsville, MD
1994
Box 10 Folder 3
Flock Industries, Inc.; Phillipsburg, N.J.
1980-1984
Box 10 Folder 4
American Viscose Corporation; Parkersburg, W. Va.
1970
Box 10 Folder 5
FMC Arbitration Decisions
1973-1975
Box 10 Folder 6
Franco Manufacturing Company - Monroe Print Plant; Charlotte, NC
1996
Box 10 Folder 7
Monroe Prints, Inc.; Monroe, NC
1982
Box 10 Folder 8
Garden State Tanning Formerly W.D. Byron; Williamsport, MD
1986-1994
Box 10 Folder 9
Fox Point Sportswear; Merill, Wisconsin
1989-1995
Box 10 Folder 10
Hanes; Galax, VA
1981-1983
Box 10 Folder 11
Magee Carpet Company; Bloomsbury, PA
1980-1990
Box 10 Folder 12
Magee Carpet Company; Bloomsbury, PA
1978-1981
Box 10 Folder 13
Pacific Columbia Mills; Columbia, SC
1982-1988
Box 10 Folder 14
Pacific Columbia Mills; Columbia SC
1981-1982
Box 10 Folder 15
Pacific Columbia Mills; Columbia, SC
1980-1981
Box 10 Folder 16
Erwin Mills; Erwin, NC
1979-1991
Box 10 Folder 17
Filters Company; Milbury Massachusetts
1981-1996
Box 10 Folder 18
Felters Company; Milbury, Massachusetts
1981-1986
Box 10 Folder 19
Farah, Inc.; El Paso, Texas
1994-1995
Box 10 Folder 20
Harvey Woods, Ltd.; Woodstock, Ontario
1976
Box 10 Folder 21
Harvey Woods, Ltd.; Woodstock, Ontario
1969-1976
Box 10 Folder 22
Kendall Mills; Wallpole, Massachusetts
1972-1984
Box 10 Folder 23
Kendall Mills; Wallpole, Massachusetts
1975-1978
Box 10 Folder 24
Munsing - Re-Engineering Program
1980-1981
Box 10 Folder 25
Munsingwear - Re-Engineering Program
1980
Box 10 Folder 26
Opelika Manufacturing Company; Opelika, Alabama
1970-1981
Box 10 Folder 27
Pacific Columbia Mills; Columbia, SC
1975-1979
Box 10 Folder 28
Pacific Columbia Mills; Columbia, SC
1976-1979