ILGWU Related Sound Recordings

Collection Number: 6036/073 AV

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


DESCRIPTIVE SUMMARY

Title:
ILGWU Related Sound Recordings, 1935-1966
Collection Number:
6036/073 AV
Creator:
International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union (ILGWU)
Quantity:
2.3 linear ft.
Forms of Material:
Sound recordings.
Repository:
Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation and Archives, Cornell University Library
Abstract:
The collection consists of sound recordings, primarily LPs and 78s. These recordings were either created, produced, or utilized by the ILGWU for radio, conventions, or performances, or contain material and songs with a labor and union focus.
Language:
Collection material in English


ILGWU ORGANIZATIONAL HISTORY

The International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union was once one of the largest labor unions in the United States founded in 1900 by local union delegates representing about 2,000 members in cities in the northeastern United States. It was one of the first U.S. Unions to have a membership consisting of mostly females, and it played a key role in the labor history of the 1920s and 1930s. The union is generally referred to as the "ILGWU" or the "ILG". The ILGWU grew in geographical scope, membership size, and 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. The ILGWU merged with the Amalgamated Clothing and Textile Workers Union in 1995 to form the Union of Needle trades, Industrial and Textile Employees (UNITE). UNITE merged with the Hotel Employees and Restaurant Employees Union (HERE) in 2004 to create a new union known as UNITE HERE. The two unions that formed UNITE in 1995 represented only 250,000 workers between them, down from the ILGWU's peak membership of 450,000 in 1969.

COLLECTION DESCRIPTION

The collection consists of an assortment of sound recordings in various formats, mainly LPs and 78s. Much of the recordings are ILGWU produced, either songs, speeches, or broadcasts. Of particular note are the recordings of "Pins and Needles, " the ILGWU broadway musical revue from 1937. There are recordings of the original cast, as well as the 25th Anniversary Edition of "Pins and Needles" with Barbara Striesand. Also interesting are the recordings of various union choirs and productions from locals and departments. Included in the collection are LPs of performers and songs that have a labor and union focus. Another component is the sound recordings of speeches and presentations, by ILGWU president David Dubinsky and other union leaders as well as U.S. presidents and politicians. These are in the forms of interviews, proceedings at conventions, and events and anniversaries of locals. There are numerous recordings of radio broadcasts, identified by the various stations, many of which are Luigi Antonini radio addresses and the "Voice of 89."
SUBJECTS

Names:
Antonini, Luigi.
Dubinsky, David.
Kennedy, John.
Johnson, Lyndon.
Richardson, Herb.
Streisand, Barbara.
Truman, Harry.
International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union.

Subjects:
Pins and Needles.

Form and Genre Terms:
Sound recordings.


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Cite As:
ILGWU Related Sound Recordings #6036/073 AV. Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation and Archives, Cornell University Library.

RELATED MATERIALS

Related Collections:
5780: ILGWU records
5780 AV: ILGWU Audio-Visual (AV)

CONTAINER LIST

Container
Description
Date
Box 1 Item 1 1962-1965
Two Presidents of the United States and two garment workers talk about the International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union and unionism. Side 1 includes President Lyndon Johnson when he came to New York City on June 6, 1964 to participate in the 50th anniversary celebration of the Union Health Center and President John Kennedy on May 19, 1962 at the ceremony to dedicate the ILGWU Cooperative Houses. Side 2 includes Pauline Newman and Judy Ackerman speaking at the 32nd Convention of the ILGWU in Miami Beach. Newman addressed the delegates on May 13, 1965 and Ackerman spoke on May 20, 1965.
Box 1 Item 2 1962-1965
Two Presidents of the United States and two garment workers talk about the International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union and unionism. Side 1 includes President Lyndon Johnson when he came to New York City on June 6, 1964 to participate in the 50th anniversary celebration of the Union Health Center and President John Kennedy on May 19, 1962 at the ceremony to dedicate the ILGWU Cooperative Houses. Side 2 includes Pauline Newman and Judy Ackerman speaking at the 32nd Convention of the ILGWU in Miami Beach. Newman addressed the delegates on May 13, 1965 and Ackerman spoke on May 20, 1965.
Box 1 Item 3 1962-1965
Two Presidents of the United States and two garment workers talk about the International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union and unionism. Side 1 includes President Lyndon Johnson when he came to New York City on June 6, 1964 to participate in the 50th anniversary celebration of the Union Health Center and President John Kennedy on May 19, 1962 at the ceremony to dedicate the ILGWU Cooperative Houses. Side 2 includes Pauline Newman and Judy Ackerman speaking at the 32nd Convention of the ILGWU in Miami Beach. Newman addressed the delegates on May 13, 1965 and Ackerman spoke on May 20, 1965.
Box 1 Item 4 1965
Members from the Northeast Department perform original songs at the 32nd ILGWU Convention in Miami Beach on May 17, 1965. Side A includes "ILGWU Anthem," "The Northeast," "Little Machine," "Join With Us," "This is a Strike," "They Can't Win," "Mr. Boss," "There Has Come a New Day," "It's So Different," and "With a Union, Grow, Grow." Side B includes "Learn to Love," "You Gotta Know the Score," Union Label," "It's A Grand Feeling," "So Long, Jenny," "Finale."
Box 1 Item 5 1965
Members from the Northeast Department perform original songs at the 32nd ILGWU Convention in Miami Beach on May 17, 1965. Side A includes "ILGWU Anthem," "The Northeast," "Little Machine," "Join With Us," "This is a Strike," "They Can't Win," "Mr. Boss," "There Has Come a New Day," "It's So Different," and "With a Union, Grow, Grow." Side B includes "Learn to Love," "You Gotta Know the Score," Union Label," "It's A Grand Feeling," "So Long, Jenny," "Finale."
Box 1 Item 6 1965
Members from the Northeast Department perform original songs at the 32nd ILGWU Convention in Miami Beach on May 17, 1965. Side A includes "ILGWU Anthem," "The Northeast," "Little Machine," "Join With Us," "This is a Strike," "They Can't Win," "Mr. Boss," "There Has Come a New Day," "It's So Different," and "With a Union, Grow, Grow." Side B includes "Learn to Love," "You Gotta Know the Score," Union Label," "It's A Grand Feeling," "So Long, Jenny," "Finale."
Box 1 Item 7
From the Labor Alumni Association of Rutgers University. Contents include: "Suzanne," "Which Side are You On," "Danny Boy," "Roll the Union On," "Take this Hammer," "It Could be a Wonderful World," "Oh Freedom," "We Shall Overcome," "So Big and Wonderful," "No Man is an Island," "We Shall not be Moved," "The Mill was Made of Marble," "If I Had a Hammer," "Solidarity Forever."
Box 1 Item 8
From the Labor Alumni Association of Rutgers University. Contents include: "Suzanne," "Which Side are You On," "Danny Boy," "Roll the Union On," "Take this Hammer," "It Could be a Wonderful World," "Oh Freedom," "We Shall Overcome," "So Big and Wonderful," "No Man is an Island," "We Shall not be Moved," "The Mill was Made of Marble," "If I Had a Hammer," "Solidarity Forever."
Box 1 Item 9
Side 1: Life in Lawrence, The "Foreigners," The Strike Begins, Events During the Strike; Side 2: Events During the Strike, The Trial of Ettor and Giovannitti, Perspectives on the Past, The Women's Strike of 1909, a firsthand account by Pauline M. Newman
Box 1 Item 10
"Solidarity" and "Give Away Boys"
Box 1 Item 11 1935
Luigi Antonini
Box 1 Item 12 1935
Luigi Antonini
Box 1 Item 13 1935
Luigi Antonini
Box 1 Item 14
Box 1 Item 15 1951
Box 1 Item 16 1951
Box 1 Item 17 1951
Box 1 Item 18 1943
Box 1 Item 19 1944
Premier Ivanoe speech for Columbus Day October 12, 1944
Box 1 Item 20 1957
Luigi Antonini Address; WEVD; June 29, 1957; 10:00 AM; Time-- 11:35
Box 1 Item 21 1957
Luigi Antonini Address; WEVD; June 15, 1957; Time--13:27
Box 1 Item 22 1946
Luigi Antonini From Rome (CT); Part Two #13525; Sept. 20, 1946
Box 1 Item 23 1946
Luigi Antonini From Rome (CT); Part One #13525; Septe. 20, 1946
Box 1 Item 24 1946
Luigi Antonini, Part Two 13525, September 27, 1946
Box 1 Item 25 1952
Voice of Local 89. Guest Speaker: Hon. Giovanni Canini Vice Secr. C.I.S.L. Radio Program April 19th, 1952 (as per V. Montana). Time 5:24. 3/20/1952
Box 1 Item 26 1952
Guest Speaker: On. Enrico Parri. April 5th, 1952 Radio Program. Enrico Parri Vice Secr. C.I.S.L. Time 4:33. 3/20/52.
Box 1 Item 27 1952
"Voice of Local '89". Guest Speaker: Hon. Mario Longhena President Italian Red Cross. March 22nd, 1952 Radio Program. Time 3:00. 3/20/52.
Box 1 Item 28 1952
"Voice of Local 89" Radio Program. March 29th, 1952. Guest Speaker: On. Giulio Pastore, Gen. Secr. C.I.S.L. Time 5:41. 3/20/52
Box 1 Item 29
Box 1 Item 30
Box 1 Item 31 1949
SARDIS - Sam Levene. 8-26-49. Part One. Serial 19320.
Box 1 Item 32 1949
I.L.G.W.U. David Dubinsky and I.L.G.W.U. Movie. SARDIS - Sam Levene. 8-26- 49. Serial 19320. Part Two.
Box 1 Item 33 1935
Geneva Rebroadcast with David Dubinsky on station W.J.Z. on 4/12/35.
Box 1 Item 34 1935
Geneva Rebroadcast with David Dubinsky on 4/12/35. Station W.J.Z.
Box 1 Item 35 1935
Station W.B.N.X.
Box 1 Item 36 1935
Station W.B.N.X.
Box 1 Item 37 1935
Station W.B.N.X
Box 1 Item 38 1938
David Dubinsky on Recreational Activities for Workers. Station W.J.Z. Date 4/14/38
Box 1 Item 39 1938
David Dubinsky on Recreational Activates for Workers on 4/14/38 part 2 and 4. Station W.J.Z.
Box 1 Item 40 1940
"union Convention" with David Dubinsky of "International Ladies Garment Workers" from Station W.E.V.D. on 5/27/40.
Box 1 Item 41 1940
"Union Convention" with David Dubinsky of "International Ladies Garment Workers" from Station W.E.V.D. on 5/27/40.
Box 1 Item 42
Box 1 Item 43 1940
"Union Convention" with David Dubinsky of "International Ladies Garment Workers" from Station W.E.V.D. on 5/27/40
Box 1 Item 44 1940
"Union Convention" with David Dubinsky of "International Ladies Garment Workers" from Station W.E.V.D. on 5/27/40.
Box 1 Item 45 1948
Int. Ladies Garment Workers Interviews with Taft Hartley Song and Gregory Peck. ABC #56. 10/28/48.
Box 1 Item 46 1948
Int. Ladies Garment Workers Interviews with Gene Kelly and Taft Hartley Song on 10/28/48. ABC #56
Box 1 Item 47 1960
Gotham Recording Corporation. 1. Mrs. Roosevelt 6:33 2. Sen. Morse 6:17 3. Hon. H. Lehman 6:00
Box 1 Item 48
For ILGWU Campaign Committee. Broadcasts 11/1, 2, 3 , 5. Side A: Band 1 - Governor Adlai E. Stevenson. Band 2 - Sen. Herbert H. Lehman, U.S. Senator, New York. Side B: Band 1 - Senator Paul H. Douglas, U.S. Senator, Illinois. Band 2 - Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt. Presented by Committee on Political Education (COPE - AFL-CIO) Washington D.C.
Box 1 Item 49
Sammy Davis Jr. sings "How About You"
Box 1 Item 50
Cuts #1 and #2 - same
Box 1 Item 51
From: Al Hamilton
Box 1 Item 52 1937
Dubinsky #6. Station WEVD. Date 6/13/37/. Time 10:30.
Box 1 Item 53 1948
From Palermo. July 24, 1948. 10 A.M.
Box 1 Item 54 1948
Broadcast by short wave from Italy (Palermo) July 24, 1948.
Box 1 Item 55 1952
Side 1: Humphrey Bogart, 5"10', Bill Mauldin, Herman Wouk. Side 2: Herman Wouk with Jingle, Richard Rogers, Agnes DeMille, Letter from Korea, John Gunther. 10/28/52
Box 1 Item 56
Box 1 Item 57 1942
Mr. David Dubinsky from W.E.V.D.
Box 1 Item 58 1958
Eternal Light of 6/29 Side 1 and 2
Box 1 Item 59 1958
Eternal Light of 6/29 Side 1 and 2. This was a play on the Eternal Light radio program on DD.
Box 1 Item 60 1952
2 identical cuts. 10/27/52.
Box 1 Item 61 1954
Side 1. CT4176.
Box 1 Item 62 1954
Side 2
Box 1 Item 63 1942
Inaugural of Seamen's House in London with Mr. David Dubinsky on 7/23/42. 5.
Box 1 Item 64 1942
Inaugural of Seamen's House in London with Mr. David Dubinsky on 7/23/42. 2.
Box 1 Item 65 1942
Opening Ceremonies of Seamen's Club in England with Mr. Dubinsky. 5.
Box 1 Item 66 1942
Opening Ceremonies of Seamen's Club in England on 7/23/42. 2.
Box 1 Item 67 1942
Opening Ceremonies of Seamen's Club in England on 7/23/42. 4.
Box 2 Item 1 1956
Cut 1 - 1:00. Cut 2 - 0:20.
Box 2 Item 2 1966
Songs: "Huelga en General" (General Strike) and "El Esquirol" (The Scab). Sung by: Luis Valdez and August Lira. Music by: David Allaniz (Accordion) and Agustin Lira and Danny Valdez (Guitars). Propaganda music disc created through the mutual inspiration of El Teatro Campesino y la Huelga (The Farm Workers Theater and the Strike)
Box 2 Item 3
3M Recording Tape - Reel to Reel Tape
Box 2 Item 4 1938
From the musical Pins and Needles.
Box 2 Item 5 1938
From the musical Pins and Needles. Kay Weber is also associated with this record, although not listed on the label.
Box 2 Item 6 1938
From the musical Pins and Needles.
Box 2 Item 7
From the musical Pins and Needles.
Box 2 Item 8
From the musical Pins and Needles.
Box 2 Item 9
From the musical Pins and Needles.
Box 2 Item 10
From Pins & Needles by Harold Rome, Hudson-DeLange Orchestra, Broadway showed debuted 1937
Box 2 Item 11
Pins & Needles; Harold J. Rome; Cab Callowy and his Orchestra; Fox Trot, 2 sides
Box 2 Item 12
Columbia; Musical Narrative by the Northeast Department Before the Golden Jubilee Convention of the ILGWU; 2 sided
Box 2 Item 13
Musical Narrative by the Northeast Department before the Golden Jubilee Convention of the ILGWU; Michael Johnson; solos by Gail Manners and Joey Nash
Box 2 Item 14
Musical Narratives by the Northeast Department before the Golden Jubilee Convention for the ILGWU; Michael Johnson; solos by Gail Manners and Joey Nash
Box 2 Item 15
The British Broadcasting Corporation (London Transcription Service); BBC Symphony Orchestra with Sir Adrian Bonlt; Composer J. Stafford Smith
Box 2 Item 16
Wife of Governor of Puerto Rico; AF of L Convention in Los Angeles
Box 2 Item 17
Gotham; Version 1 and 2; 10/12/60
Box 2 Item 18
The Puppy Love song (David-Hoffman-Livingston); The Prairie Ramblers
Box 2 Item 19
The Puppy Love song (David-Hoffman-Livingston); The Prairie Ramblers
Box 2 Item 20
Asch Recording New York NY
Box 2 Item 21
Asch Recording, New York, NY; 2 sided
Box 2 Item 22
Box 2 Item 23
NBC, 2 sided
Box 2 Item 24
NBC; 2 sided
Box 2 Item 25
NBC; TV Time off the air recordings
Box 2 Item 26
NBC; TV Time off the air recordings
Box 2 Item 27
NBC; 2 sided
Box 2 Item 28
Gene and Francesca; Local 91 chorus; New York Joint Board 28th ILGWU Convention; Chicago; May 1953; Side 1 -1. Greetings Isidore Naglar, General Manager, Cloak Joint Board 2. ILGWU Anthem 3. Sing Workers Sing 4. Bread and Roses 5. So Join up Brothers, Sisters 6. We are Building A Strong Union; Side 2- 1. We Shall Not Be Moved 2. Are You Sleeping 3. Keep Us Safe the Union Way 4. March On (Solo Elsie Sussman) 5. Twenty Years Ago 6. Hold the Fort
Box 2 Item 29
Report to the 28th Convention International Garment Workers' Union by the Joint Board of Cloak, Suit, and Reefer Makers' Unions of Greater New York; 2 sided
Box 2 Item 30
Report to the 28th Convention ILGWU by the Joint Board of Cloak, Suit, Skirt and Reefer Makers' Unions of Greater New York; Chicago
Box 2 Item 31
Report to the 28th Convection ILGWU by the Joint Board of Cloak, Suit, Skirt and Reefer Makers' Unions of Greater New York; Chicago
Box 2 Item 32
Christmas In Song Vol. 1 Part1; 1. Christmas Day in the Morning 2. They Come With Blissful Song 3. Baby's Night; Frank Luther and Zora Layman and the Century Quartette; side 2 1. God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen 2. Old Christmas 3. Cradle Song of the Virgin
Box 2 Item 33
Christmas in Song Vol. 1. part 3 and 4; 1. Boar Head Carol 2. Old Christmas 3. The Babe of Bethlehem; side 2 1. Good King 2. Far Away; Frank Luther and Zola Layman and the Century Quartette
Box 2 Item 34
Christmas in Song Vol. 1 part 5 and 6 1. The Wassail Song 2. Why, Alas in Lowly Stall 3. The First Nowell; side 2 1. Carol, Carol Christmas 2. When Snow Lies Deep 3. The Sleigh Ride; Frank Luther and Zora Layman and the Century Quartette
Box 2 Item 35
Christmas in Song Vol.1 part 7 1. Hark the Herald Angels Sing 2. O, Come All Ye Faithful, side 2 Calm was the Night 2. 'Twas Clear and Cold 3. Oh Night of Nights! 4. Holy Nigh; Frank Luther and Zola Layman and the Century Quartette
Box 2 Item 36
Christmas in Song Vol. 1. part 9 and 10 1. Joy to the World 2. Born of Maiden Fair 3. Come and Worship, side 2 1. The Holy Family 2. Ave Maria (Schubert); Frank Luther and Zora Layman and the Century Quartette
Box 2 Item 37
Pins & Needles, Harold J. Rome - Joseph Schrank; Directed by Robert H. Gordon; Vocal Direction by Simon Rady; 2 sided
Box 2 Item 38
9 to 9:30 PM; side 5 and 7
Box 2 Item 39
Barbara Streisand, Rose Marie Jun, Jack Carroll and Harold Rome; 1.Sing Me a Song with Social Significance 2. Doing the Reactionary 3. One Big Union for Two 3. One Big Union for Two 4. It's Better with a Union Man 5. Nobody Makes a pass at me 6. I've got the Nerve to be in Love 7. Not Cricket to Picket 8. Back to Work; side 2 1.
Box 2 Item 40
25th Anniversary Edition of the Hit Musical Revue Barbara Streisand, Rose Marie Jun, Jack Carroll and Harold Rome; Elise Bretton, Souvenir of the Thirty- First Convention ILGWU; 1. Sing Me A Song With Social Significance 2. Doing The Reactionary 3. One Big Union For Two 4. It's Better With A Union Man 5. Nobody Makes A Pass At Me 6. I've Got The Nerve To Be In Love 7. Not Cricket To Picket 8. Back To Work; side 2 1. Statue Quo 2. When I Grow Up 3. Chain Store Daisy 4. Four Little Angels of Peace 5. Sunday In the Park 6. What Good Love Is 7. Mene, Mene, Tekel
Box 2 Item 41
25th Anniversary Edition of the Hit Musical Revue Barbara Streisand, Rose Marie Jun, Jack Carroll and Harold Rome; Elise Bretton, Souvenir of the Thirty- First Convention ILGWU; 1. Sing Me A Song With Social Significance 2. Doing The Reactionary 3. One Big Union For Two 4. It's Better With A Union Man 5. Nobody Makes A Pass At Me 6. I've Got The Nerve To Be In Love 7. Not Cricket To Picket 8. Back To Work; side 2 1. Statue Quo 2. When I Grow Up 3. Chain Store Daisy 4. Four Little Angels of Peace 5. Sunday In the Park 6. What Good Love Is 7. Mene, Mene, Tekel
Box 2 Item 42
Northeast Department for the Golden Jubilee Convention of the ILGWU; Michael Johnson; Gail Manners; Jack Nelson; Part 1
Box 2 Item 43
1. Shirts for Skirts 2. In praise of pants! 3. Robes 4. No change 5. False Economy 6. The long & short of it 7. Knits 8. Underneath 9. Sleepwear Scene 10. "Suit" Yourself 11. Bathing suits; side 2 1. Spring Forecast 2. New Looks for Spring 3. Do's and Don'ts 4. "In Betweens" 6. Labels on the Level 7. Knits and Sportswear 8. Rain Coats 9. Littlegirl's world 10. Fashion American Style 11. Spring Offering
Box 2 Item 44
1. Shirts for Skirts 2. In praise of pants! 3. Robes 4. No change 5. False Economy 6. The long & short of it 7. Knits 8. Underneath 9. Sleepwear Scene 10. "Suit" Yourself 11. Bathing suits; side 2 1. Spring Forecast 2. New Looks for Spring 3. Do's and Don'ts 4. "In Betweens" 6. Labels on the Level 7. Knits and Sportswear 8. Rain Coats 9. Littlegirl's world 10. Fashion American Style 11. Spring Offering
Box 2 Item 45
1. Shirts for Skirts 2. In praise of pants! 3. Robes 4. No change 5. False Economy 6. The long & short of it 7. Knits 8. Underneath 9. Sleepwear Scene 10. "Suit" Yourself 11. Bathing suits; side 2 1. Spring Forecast 2. New Looks for Spring 3. Do's and Don'ts 4. "In Betweens" 6. Labels on the Level 7. Knits and Sportswear 8. Rain Coats 9. Littlegirl's world 10. Fashion American Style 11. Spring Offering
Box 2 Item 46
Harold Rome; Jack Carroll; Barbara Streisand; Elise Bretton; Stan Freeman; Elizabeth Lauer; Charles Burr; Rose Marie Jun; Souvenir of the Thirty-First Convention ILGWU; Atlantic City; New Jersey 1. Shirts for Skirts 2. In praise of pants! 3. Robes 4. No change 5. False Economy 6. The long & short of it 7. Knits 8. Underneath 9. Sleepwear Scene 10. "Suit" Yourself 11. Bathing suits; side 2 1. Spring Forecast 2. New Looks for Spring 3. Do's and Don'ts 4. "In Betweens" 6. Labels on the Level 7. Knits and Sportswear 8. Rain Coats 9. Littlegirl's world 10. Fashion American Style 11. Spring Offering
Box 2 Item 47
Harold Rome; Jack Carroll; Barbara Streisand; Elise Bretton; Stan Freeman; Elizabeth Lauer; Charles Burr; Rose Marie Jun; Souvenir of the Thirty-First Convention ILGWU; Atlantic City; New Jersey 1. Shirts for Skirts 2. In praise of pants! 3. Robes 4. No change 5. False Economy 6. The long & short of it 7. Knits 8. Underneath 9. Sleepwear Scene 10. "Suit" Yourself 11. Bathing suits; side 2 1. Spring Forecast 2. New Looks for Spring 3. Do's and Don'ts 4. "In Betweens" 6. Labels on the Level 7. Knits and Sportswear 8. Rain Coats 9. Littlegirl's world 10. Fashion American Style 11. Spring Offering
Box 2 Item 48
Harold Rome; Jack Carroll; Barbara Streisand; Elise Bretton; Stan Freeman; Elizabeth Lauer; Charles Burr; Rose Marie Jun; Souvenir of the Thirty-First Convention ILGWU; Atlantic City; New Jersey 1. Shirts for Skirts 2. In praise of pants! 3. Robes 4. No change 5. False Economy 6. The long & short of it 7. Knits 8. Underneath 9. Sleepwear Scene 10. "Suit" Yourself 11. Bathing suits; side 2 1. Spring Forecast 2. New Looks for Spring 3. Do's and Don'ts 4. "In Betweens" 6. Labels on the Level 7. Knits and Sportswear 8. Rain Coats 9. Littlegirl's world 10. Fashion American Style 11. Spring Offering
Box 3 Item 1
Carnegie Hall; New York City; Dr Stephen S. Wise part 2
Box 3 Item 2
Carnegie Hall; New York City; Dr Stephen S. Wise part 1 & 3
Box 3 Item 3
Carnegie Hall; New York City; Jacob S. Potofsky part 2; Mayor William O'Dwyer Part 2
Box 3 Item 4
Carnegie Hall; New York City; Jacob S. Potofsky part 1; Mayor William O'Dwyer Part 1
Box 3 Item 5
Amalgamated Clothing Worker of America part 1 and 2
Box 3 Item 6
Amalgamated Clothing Worker of America part 1 and 2
Box 3 Item 7
Amalgamated Clothing Worker of America part 1 and 2
Box 3 Item 8
15 Union Square NYC
Box 3 Item 9
15 Union Square NYC
Box 3 Item 10
15 Union Square New York City
Box 3 Item 11
Harold Rome; Pins and Needles; Fanny; Call Me Mister; Wish You Were Here
Box 3 Item 12
Box 3 Item 13
Box 3 Item 14
Box 3 Item 15
7:30 PM; WHOM Station No. 1 and 3
Box 3 Item 16
7:30 PM WHOM Stationl No. 2 and 4
Box 3 Item 17
7:30 PM; WHOM Station No. 5 and 7
Box 3 Item 18
7:30 PM; WHOM Station; No. 6 and 8
Box 3 Item 19
WEVD; Saturday
Box 3 Item 20
RR78 part 1
Box 3 Item 21
RR78 part 2
Box 3 Item 22
Buenos Aires Part 3
Box 3 Item 23
White Plains, New York; John F Kennedy; Sen.. Clinton P. Anderson; David Dubinsky; Mayor Robert F. Wagner
Box 3 Item 24
Buenos Aires, part 3
Box 3 Item 25
Part 3
Box 3 Item 26
Hon. Samuel Gumpers
Box 3 Item 27
Sing Me A Song With Social Significance, Doing The Reactionary, One Big Union For Two, It's Better With A Union Man, Nobody Makes A Pass At Me, I've Got The Nerve To Be In Love, Not Cricket To Picket, Back To Work, Statues Quo; Mene, Mene, Tenkel
Box 3 Item 28
ILGWU Campaign Committee Secretary of Labor M.J. Tobin and Humphrey Bogert; Senator Hubert Humphrey and Ronald Reagan; President Harry Truman and Tallulah Bankhead; Alben Barkley and Melvyn Douglas and Helen Douglas
Box 4 Item 1
Part 2
Box 4 Item 2
Copy 1; 2 sided
Box 4 Item 3
Copy 2; 2 sided
Box 4 Item 4
Cop 3; 2 sided
Box 4 Item 5
10:30 AM; WEVD; Part 1
Box 4 Item 6
10:30 AM; WEVD; Part 2
Box 4 Item 7
26th ILGWU Convention by the Northeast Department, Atlantic City N.J.; Jim Corbett; Weldon Reilly; 2 sided
Box 4 Item 8
Harold J. Rome; Pins & Needles; Robert H. Gordon; Simon Rady; 2 sided
Box 4 Item 9
Harold J. Rome; Pins & Needles; Robert H. Gordon; Simon Rady; 2 sided
Box 4 Item 10
J. J. Edelman
Box 4 Item 11
J. J. Edelman
Box 4 Item 12
Hotel Commodore; 6 sides; 3 records
Box 4 Item 13
ILGWU 1948 Campaign Committee; President Harry S. Truman; Vice President Alben W. Barkley; Secretary of Labor Maurice J. Tobin; U.S. Senator Hubert H. Humphrey; Tallulah Bankhead; Humphrey Bogart; Helen Gahagan Douglas and Melvyn Douglas; Ronald Reagan; ""Have a Heart Taft Hartley written and sung by Jack Lawrence; Produced by M.S. Novik; 2 Records; 4 sides
Box 4 Item 14
5 sides; 3 records