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   Container / Location    Title
  1  
When Wallace got the vote
16mm; 4.5 min.; AFL committee on public education harshly criticizes George Wallace in the 1968 election and warns against voting for him in the 1972 election; criticizes policies in Alabama; 1972?; 2 copies

  1  
Tellin' the World
16mm; 9 min.; United Federation of Teachers talks about voter registration and participation for urban, working, and minority youth; Harold Mayer production

  1  
COPE: Good Work for Democracy
16mm; 25 min.; AFL-CIO Committee on Political Education, labor's role in politics and legislation

  2a  
Shop time and motion study.
Text in film: "Stretch, work, and cut gadget tape." Followed by a woman cutting a long tape.

  2a  
Shop time and motion study. Film depicts lack of improvement in the Blossom Plastics stock room.
June

  2a  
Shop time and motion study.
August 7; Text in film: "stitch darts". Followed by women sewing and stitching darts.

  2a  
Shop time and motion study.
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

  2a  
Training film - various operations in garment production
  2a  
Training films - various operations in garment production.
  2a  
Shop time and motion study. Various operations in garment shop. Automation.
ILGWU Management Engineering Department.

  2a  
Training film - various operations in garment production.
(damaged)

  2a  
Shop time and motion study. Various operations in garment shop. Text in film: "Learners Development of Skill." Women sewing. Automation.
ILGWU Management Engineering Department.

  2a  
Political action committee notes day jobs that need to be filled to accommodate voters: babysitting, transportation, reminder calls.
  2a  
Union label commercials. Makeup and Rehearsals; S. Chaikin Visits Set.
Feb. 12

  2a  
Union label commercials. Makeup and Rehearsals; S. Chaikin Visits Set.
Feb. 12

  2a  
Union label commercials. Emma; Retired Worker; Grandmother and Granddaughter; The Bledsoes; Lillian, working mother.
  2a  
Union label commercials
2 Commercials; Lillian on both.

  2a  
Union label commercials. Emma; Retired Worker; Grandmother and Granddaughter; Half of the Bledsoes; Lillian, working mother.
  2a  
Union label commercials. Lillian
  2a  
Union label commercials. Lillian on Both.
  2a  
Union label commercials. Lillian on both.
  2a  
Union label commercial spoofs. Laugh In
Meredith outdoor; Lydia indoor; J. Prine I indoor

  2a  
Union label commercials.
End Piece; Laugh In spoof

  2a  
[no title]
  2a  
Misty Harbor; Union label commercials
  2a  
[no title]
  2  
Shop time and motion study. Woman sewing garment with sewing machine.
  2  
Shop time and motion study. Woman sewing garment with sewing machine.
  2  
Shop time and motion study. Woman sewing garment with sewing machine.
  2  
Shop time and motion study. Woman sewing garment with sewing machine.
  2  
Shop time and motion study. Woman sewing garment with sewing machine.
  2  
Shop time and motion study. Woman sewing garment with sewing machine.
  2  
Shop time and motion study. Woman sewing garment with sewing machine.
  2  
Shop time and motion study. Woman sewing garment with sewing machine.
  2  
Shop time and motion study. Woman sewing garment with sewing machine.
  2  
Shop time and motion study. Woman sewing garment with sewing machine.
  2  
Shop time and motion study. Woman sewing garment with sewing machine.
  2  
Shop time and motion study. Woman sewing garment with sewing machine.
  2  
Shop time and motion study. Woman sewing garment with sewing machine.
  2  
Shop time and motion study. Woman sewing garment with sewing machine.
  2  
Shop time and motion study. Woman sewing garment with sewing machine.
  2  
Shop time and motion study. Woman sewing garment with sewing machine.
  2  
Shop time and motion study.
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".

  2  
Shop time and motion study.
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.

  2  
Shop time and motion study.
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.

  2  
Shop time and motion study. Several women doing several operations, such as, folding garments, sewing laces, sewing pocket darts, and bras
(missing); August-April; ILGWU Management Engineering Department

  2  
Shop time and motion study. Various operations in garment shop; time motion experiment in which several women sew laces into cloths. Automation
(missing); August-April; ILGWU Management Engineering Department

  2  
Shop time and motion study. Various operations in garment shop; time motion experiment in which several women sew darts and pocket darts, also bros and their respective cups. Automation
(missing); August-April; ILGWU Management Engineering Department

  2  
Shop time and motion study. Various operations in garment shop. Automation
August-April; ILGWU Management Engineering Department

  2  
Shop time and motion study. Various operations in garment shop. Automation.
August-April; ILGWU Management Engineering Department

  2  
Shop time and motion study. Various operations in garment shop. Automation.
(missing) August-April; ILGWU Management Engineering Department

  2  
Shop time and motion study. Various operations in garment shop. Automation.
August-April; ILGWU Management Engineering Department

  2  
Shop time and motion study. Various operations in garment shop. Automation.
August-April; ILGWU Management Engineering Department

  2  
Shop time and motion study. Various operations in garment shop. Automation
August-April; ILGWU Management Engineering Department

  2  
Shop time and motion study. Various operations in garment shop. Automation.
August-April; ILGWU Management Engineering Department

  2  
Shop time and motion study. Various operations in garment shop. Automation.
August-April; ILGWU Management Engineering Department

  2  
Shop time and motion study. Compares 2 Factories, Taylor Style Efficiency Engineering Dept. Impartial Chairmen's Office.
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.

  2  
Shop time and motion study. Woman ironing small pieces of cloth.
  3a  
[no title]
  3b-c  
Union label commercials. "Commercials and Parodies"
2 copies

  3d  
Union label commercials.
Jime prine I; Donny and Marie; Merv Griffin; Carol Burnett; Saturday Night live w/ American Dope Association

  3  
Commercials - Union Label Makeup and Rehearsals; S. Chaikin Visits Set.
Feb. 12

  4a-c  
"Report to the 1980 ILGWU Convention"
4 copies

  4d  
9:1 (early version0; Report to the 1980 ILGWU Convention"
  4e  
Report to the Convention
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"

  4f  
[no title]
  4g  
[no title]
  4h  
[no title]
  4I  
"Who Shoes Connie"; "Whats Up"
(damaged; won't project); Feb.

  4j  
NBC News NY; Strike aversion agreement between management and ILGWU one hour before contract expires
Feb.

  4k  
Misc. amateur film - recreation, tennis, dancing, eating
(Unity House?)

  4L  
Workmen's Circle home for the aged - groundbreaking festivities.
Amateur footage.

  5a  
How to qualify and receive Social Security
In Spanish; US Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare; Social Security Admin; Bureau of Old Age and Survivors' insurance, creative arts studio

  5b-e  
Fall and Winter Fashions
4 copies; VHS version in Box 8

  5f  
Fall and Winter Fashions
  5  
Sixth annual outing at Unity House. General membership meeting at Hotel Diplomat, recreational activities
June

  6, 6a-c  
American Fashions, Fall-Winter
4 copies

  6d-f  
Fashions. USA Consumer service program fashion and union label
3 copies

  6g  
"A visit to the library", lessons 15 and 16 of "Speech Reading Film Text for Adults."
(damaged; near the start); Created by BV Morkovin to assist adults learning to lip read.

  6h  
Fall and Winter Fashions
  7a  
Outings to Unity House, includes Local 23.
June 18

  7b  
Outings to Unity House, includes Local 23.
June 24

  7c  
Outings to Unity House, includes Local 23.
June 13

  7d  
Outings to Unity House, includes Local 23.
  7e  
Misc. recreation - party with piñata, dancing, dinner
  7f  
Installation, Local 23 Ceremony, dinner banquet.
March

  7g  
Misc. recreation; "Local 23 enjoys dancing."
(flim torn)

  7h  
Membership outing to Washington D.C.
Washington monument, Jefferson and Lincoln Memorials, Capitol Building, White House, Treasuring Building

  7I  
English as a Second Language
23 films, continuous loop

  7j  
Teleconference montage, N
April; Live conference led by Frederick Siems and Sol Chaikin; calls attention to damage to US garment workers and manufacturers caused by imports and non-reciprocal free trade. Encourages government tariffs against foreign-made garments

  7k  
Convention - Golden Jubilee, ILGWU, post event coverage, quotes speakers, resolution process
David Dubinsky, Luigi Antonini, Oscar Ewing, Hubert Humphrey, Alexander Brody

  7  
Outings to Unity House, includes Local 23.
June 26-27

  8  
Fall and Winter Fashions
VHS

  8  
English as a second language
16mm; 23 films, continuous loop

  8  
Meet your union: A film for new members.
Office and Distribution Employees' Union Local 99, ILGWU.

  8  
"Your Union: A film for new members."
Skirt and Sportswear Workers, Local 23; 8 copies

  8  
Local 32 events: Vacation check distribution, Unity House outing, maternity benefits, Christmas party. VHS called, "Vacation Checks"
  8  
Fashion 1960
VHS

  9a  
Union Health Center 50th Anniversary Celebration.
16mm on cores; 7 min.; President Lyndon B. Johnson addresses the ILGWU at celebration of opening of Center, June 1964

  9b  
Union Health Center 50th Anniversary Celebration
16mm on cores; 7 min.; President Lyndon B. Johnson addresses the ILGWU at celebration of opening of Center, June 1964

  9c  
Union Health Center 50th Anniversary celebration
16mm on cores; 7 min.; President Lyndon B. Johnson addresses the ILGWU at celebration of opening of Center, June 1964

  9d-e  
The Fashion Picture
Spring-Summer, Union Label, production process bit; 2 copies; "Fashion 1960" on VHS in Box 8

  9  
Precincts people and power; Urging to volunteer for
  10  
Jim Prine; Imports, Indoor Chorus
Union label commercials

  10  
Meredith Blouses; w/indoor Chorus
Union label commercials.

  10  
"Emma" Retired Worker
Union label commercials

  10  
Norma II/Outdoor
Norma II/Outdoor Union label commercials

  10  
Norma II/Indoor
Union label commercials

  10  
Bledsoes w/Chorus III, w/o Chorus III
Union label commercials

  10  
Oct. 15; Bledsoes w/Chorus, w/o Chorus
Oct. 15; Bledsoes w/Chorus, w/o Chorus Union label commercials

  10  
"Emma" Retired Worker
Union label commercials

  10  
"Norma II Outdoor"
Union label commercials

  10  
Chorus III., Georgia
Union label commercials

  10  
The Bledsoes
Union label commercials

  10  
Jim Prine II / w/indoor chorus
Union label commercials

  10  
Americans Helping Americans - Beverly
Union label commercials

  10  
Union label commercials
Clothes in your Closet/ Kathy

  10  
Union label commercials
Clothes in your Closet/ Joan

  10  
Union label commercials
Americans Helping Americans - Beverly

  11  
Jim Prine III
  11  
Union Label commercials. Clothes in your closet/Joan
1" reel; 30 sec.

  11  
Norma II / Indoor Chorus
Union label commercials

  11  
"Song we Sing 3"
Union label commercials

  11  
Bledsoes w/ Chorus III and w/o Chorus III
Union label commercials

  11  
Jim Prine (original) - old chorus
Union label commercials

  11  
Norma II / Indoor Chorus
Union label commercials

  11  
Norma II / Indoor Chorus
Union label commercials

  11  
The Bledsoes
Union label commercials

  11  
Norma II / Outdoor Chorus
Union label commercials

  11  
Closing Billboard
Union label commercials

  11  
Norma II / Outdoor Chorus
Union label commercials

  11  
Closing Billboard
Union label commercials

  11  
Emma - Retired Worker
Union label commercials

  11  
Retired Worker
Union label commercials

  11  
"Song we Sing" - 3
Union label commercials

  12  
Norma II / Outdoor Chorus
Union label commercials

  12  
Jim Prine II / w/ NEW indoor chorus
Union label commercials

  12  
Jim Prine II / w/indoor chorus
Union label commercials

  12  
Jim Prine II / w/indoor chorus
Union label commercials

  12  
Norma II / Outdoor Chorus
Union label commercials

  12  
Jim Prine II / w/ NEW indoor chorus
Union label commercials

  12  
Miami Composite for Kine
Union label commercials

  12  
"Song we Sing"; Voncile
Union label commercials

  12  
Bledsoes; indoor chorus
Union label commercials

  12  
Jim Prine II
Union label commercials

  12  
Jim Prine II
Union label commercials

  12  
Grandmother-Granddaughter
Union label commercials

  13  
Chorus 3 No C and Chorus 3 C
Union label commercials

  13  
Georgia w/ Chorus III
Union label commercials

  13  
Barbees - young couple w/ Lillian Chorus
Union label commercials

  13  
Jim Prine - imports; Phyllis Them - imports
Union label commercials

  13  
Closing Billboard (see also: f114)
Union label commercials

  13  
Opening billboard
Union label commercials

  13  
Sterling Bank
  13  
Opening Billboard
Union label commercials

  14  
"Song we Sing," Helen
Union label commercials

  14  
"Song we Sing," Joan
Union label commercials

  14  
Grandmother-Granddaughter II
Union label commercials

  14  
Phyllis Thiem, imports
Union label commercials

  14  
Lillian. Working Woman
Union label commercials

  14  
Grandmother-Granddaughter
Union label commercials

  15  
Barbees - young couple w/ Lillian Chorus
Union label commercials

  15  
Barbees - young couple w/ Lillian Chorus
Union label commercials

  15  
Jim Prine - imports indoor chorus; Lydia, rough cut
Union label commercials

  15  
Norma II outdoor AND Norma II indoor
Union label commercials

  15  
Phyllis Thiem imports
Union label commercials

  15  
Barbees - young couple
Union label commercials

  15  
The Bledsoes
Union label commercials

  16  
Miss Liberty Slide
1" reel

  16  
Opening shot, dub stock
1" reel

  16  
Presentation
1" reel

  16  
Statue of Liberty
1" reel; May 19, 1986

  16  
Marvel Turkey
1" reel

  16  
The Taiwan Connection, Part 4
1" reel

  16  
Selected takes of "Georgia"
1" reel

  16  
Union Label commercials and "It Matters" parodies
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"

  16  
Report to the Convention
1" reel

  16  
Report to the Convention
1" reel

  17  
Report to the Convention
1" reel

  17  
Original material (shots from Union Label commercials)
1" reel

  17  
Prot. Master Revised
1" reel

  17  
Report to the Convention
1" reel; September 20, 1980

  17  
Original material
1" reel; 60 min.; October 23, 1984

  18  
No description [may be presentations or footage from 1982 convention].
1" reel

  18  
No description [may be presentations or footage from 1982 convention].
1" reel

  18  
No description [may be presentations or footage from 1982 convention].
1" reel

  18  
No description [may be presentations or footage from 1982 convention].
1" reel

  18  
No description [may be presentations or footage from 1982 convention].
1" reel

  19  
Paula Green Advertisement
1" reel; 50 min.; September 12, 1980

  19  
Mixed slides and spots
1" reel; 50 min.; September 15, 1980

  19  
Mixed voices and effects
1" reel; September 22, 1980

  20  
Various commercials
1" reel

  20  
Paula Greene commercial
1" reel

  20  
Paula Greene commercial
1" reel

  20  
Paula Greene commercial
1" reel

  20  
Paula Greene commercial
1" reel

  21  
Convention
1" reel; 20 min.

  21  
Convention, audio dub
1" reel; 15 min.

  21  
Paula Greene presentation
3/4" reel?

  21  
Musical performance
2" reel

  22  
All's Fair, "True Confessions"
3/4" U-Matic

  22  
Mark Russell - makes a reference to the Union
(missing)

  22  
Union Label Commercial - Goldie Hawn and Liza
Feb. 19; Song and Dance; Vaudevillian

  22  
Marilyn Socol sings Union Song on the Tonight Show
  22  
Union label commercial spoof. ILGWU Song in "Laugh In."
  22  
Toy Prods. "What's Happening" Show #201
  22  
Tonight Show, "Look for the Union Label."
January or December 2

  22  
Union Label Song
  22  
Look for the Union Label; Family Feud.
  22  
Merv Griffin Monologue.
  22  
No Voer No Minimum, Formerly of Harletts
  22  
The Rag Business
  22  
LA Connection does union label song spoof.
  22  
Tic Tac Dough.
  22  
Singing union label Song, Match Game PM.
  22  
Union Singers
  23  
MC Singing "Union Label" Song; Bowling for Dollars
  23  
Paul Lynde singing "Union Label" on Hollywood Squares.
  23  
Paul Lynde singing "Union Label" on Hollywood Squares.
  23  
Johnny Carson Segment.
  23  
Lukehil Prods "Make Me Laugh"; "Steve Bluestein's Minute with Celebrity" Union Label piece.
  23  
Alice and Flo sing Union Label Song.
  23  
Me + Maxx (Maxx sings line of Union Label Song).
  23  
Mork and Mindy, Union Label.
  23  
WKRP in Cincinnati, "The Union."
  23  
Angry ILGWU Ladies Stampede Reagan's Cattle.
  23  
"The Union", WKRP in Cincinnati.
  23  
One Day at a Time, "Look for the Union Label."
  23  
Phrase, "Look for the Union Label", Wheel of Fortune.
  23  
Old Commercial Songs, TVs Bloopers and Practical Jokes.
  24  
Union Label Chorus. Atlanta Auditions 1. Union Label.
  24  
Union Label Chorus. Atlanta Auditions 2. Union Label
  24  
Union Label Chorus. Atlanta Auditions 3. Union Label.
  24  
Union Label Chorus. St. Louis Auditions.
October

  24  
Union Label Chorus. St. Louis Auditions.
October

  24  
Union Label Chorus. St. Louis Auditions
October

  24  
Union Label Chorus. St. Louis Auditions, "Imports"
October

  24  
Union Label Chorus. St. Louis Auditions
October

  24  
Union Label Chorus. St. Louis Auditions.
October

  24  
Union Label Chorus. California Auditions 1
  24  
Union Label Chorus. California Auditions 2
  24  
Union Label Chorus. St. Louis Auditions
August

  24  
Union Label Chorus. Boston Auditions. ILGWU members
September

  24  
Union Label Chorus. Boston Auditions. ILGWU members
September

  24  
Union Label Chorus. Dallas Auditions
September

  25  
Union Label Chorus. Dallas Auditions
September

  25  
Union Label Chorus. New York Auditions
September

  25  
Union Label Chorus. New York Auditions
  25  
Union Label Chorus. Chicago Auditions
November

  25  
ILGWU members audition - Retired Working Mother Audition
Union label commercial

  25  
ILGWU members - Retired Working Mother
Union label commercial auditions

  25  
Lillian Armor - Out Takes Union Label Working Woman; "Buy Takes"
October; Union label commercial

  25  
Lillian Armor and Emma Daukko - Out Takes Union Label Retired Working mother.; "Buy takes"
October; Union label commercial

  25  
1975 Chorus Out Takes - Lillian Chorus
October; Union label commercial; Paula Green Advertising in Conjunction with NBC Productions

  25  
Union label commercials. Grandmother-granddaughter who work together in the garment industry - spot out takes. Union Label Commercial.
3/4" U-MATIC; 10 min.; February 1976

  25  
Union label commercials. Grandmother-granddaughter who work together in the garment industry spot out takes. Union Label Commercial
3/4" U-MATIC; December 1976

  25  
Union label commercials. Betty And James Bledsoe 2, Working Couple Union Label.
3/4" U-MATIC; 44 min.; September 1976

  25  
Union label commercials. Phyllis Thiem in out takes for Union Label Commercial.
3/4" U-Matic; 20 min.; October 1976

  25  
1977 Chorus Indoor. Paula Green Advertising Out Takes ILGWU.
August; Union label commercials

  25  
Meridith Gatewood, Lydia Harrell - Out Takes - "Blouses" Segments.
August; Union label commercials

  25  
Lydia Harrell Billboard Shots, Out Takes "Blouses" Spots.
September; Union label commercials

  25  
1979 Chorus Out Takes Union Label Song
October

  26  
Union label commercials. Jim Prine - Out Takes for ILGWU Union Label Commercial, Import Spots.
3/4" U-Matic; 60 min.; October 1976

  26  
Union label commercials. 1977 Chorus Outdoor ILGWU Union Label Series take 1-34.
3/4" U-Matic; 60 min.; August 1977

  26  
Union Label commercials. 1977 Chorus Indoor. Paula Greene Advertising Out Takes ILGWU
3/4" U-Matic; 60 min.; August 1977

  26  
Union Label commercials. Meredith Gatewood, Lydia Harrell - Out Takes - "Blouses" segments
3/4" U-Matic; 60 min.; August 1977

  26  
Union Label commercials. Lydia Harrell Billboard Shots, Out Takes, "Blouses" spots
3/4" U-Matic; 45 min.; September 1977

  26  
1979 Chorus Out Takes Union Label Song
3/4" U-Matic; 50 min.; October 1979

  26  
1979 Chorus Out Takes, Union Label Song
3/4" U-Matic; 18 min.; October 1979

  26  
Union label commercials. Americans Helping Americans - Union Label.
3/4" U-MATIC; 60 min.; November 1982

  26  
Union label commercials. Americans Helping Americans - Union Label (middle-aged white woman).; SMPTE Burn in-Takes 95 to 127
3/4" U-Matic; 19 min.; November 19, 1982

  26  
Union label commercials. SMPTE Burn in Take 128 to final; Americans Helping Americans - Union Label (older woman, younger couple).
3/4" U-Matic; 24 min.

  26  
Union label commercials. Emma Dauko.
3/4" U-MATIC; 5 min.; November 1975

  26  
Union label commercials. Grandmother-granddaughter who work together in the garment industry - spot out takes.
3/4" U-Matic; 1 min.; February 1976

  26  
Union label commercials. Lillian and Emma, Grandmother-granddaughter work together, spot out takes.
3/4" U-Matic; 3 min.; April 1976

  26  
Union label commercials. Lillian and Emma, Grandmother-granddaughter work together, spot out takes.
3/4" U-Matic; 3 min.; April 1976

  27  
Lillian Doral, Emma Dauko - Union Label working woman, retired working mother
Nov.; Union label commercials

  27  
Steve And Grace Barbee Et. Al., Young Working Couple
Sep.; Union label commercials

  27  
Grandmother-granddaughter work together in the garment industry - spot out takes
Oct.; Union label commercials

  27  
Jim Prine, Phyllis Thiem - Imports Spots
Oct.; Union label commercials

  27  
Jim Prine Imports and Grandmother- Granddaughter
Oct.; Union label commercials

  27  
Meridith Gatewood Union Label Commercial - 2 "Blouse" Segment
Sept.; Union label commercials

  27  
Meridith Gatewood Union Label Commercial, Blouse Segment Final
Sept.; Union label commercials

  27  
Jim Prine on Imports
Sept.; Union label commercials

  27  
Betty And James Bledsoe, Working Couple
Oct.; Union label commercials

  27  
Jim Prine, Imports
Jan. 6; Union label commercials

  27  
Jim Prine II Imports
Union label commercials

  27  
Jim Prine II w/ Indoor Chorus
Union label commercials

  27  
Jim Prine III w/ Indoor Chorus, Rebecca with Handclaps New Mix
Jan. 10; Union label commercials

  28  
Union label commercials. Norma II w/ Indoor Chorus, Norma II w/Outdoor Chorus.
3/4" U-Matic; 2 min.; March 1978; 2 copies

  28  
Union label commercials. Norma 2 w/ Indoor Chorus.
3/4" U-Matic; 1 min.; March 1978

  28  
Union label commercials. Bledsoe and Norma, Working Couple, Union Label.
3/4" U-Matic; 30 sec.; September 1978

  28  
Union label commercials. Betty And James Bledsoe, Working Couple Union Label w/Chorus III.
3/4" U-Matic; 1 min.; September 1976

  28  
Union label commercials. Betty And James Bledsoe, Working Couple Union Label w/Chorus III.
3/4" U-Matic; 1 min.; September 1976

  28  
Union label commercials. Voncile - "Song we Sing" Chorus 3.
3/4" U-Matic; 30 sec.; July 1981

  28  
Union label commercials. "Song we Sing" III, Chorus 3 (African-American, 2 White Women talk).
3/4" U-Matic; 1 min.; July 1981

  28  
Union label commercials. "Song we Sing" - Joan, Helen, Voncile, Chorus 3.
3/4" U-Matic; 2 min.; July 1981; 2 copies

  28  
Union label commercials. Lillian, Georgia, Voncile
3/4" U-Matic; 3 min.; November 1982

  28  
Union label commercials. Voting. Final Version
3/4" U-Matic; 1 min.; November 1984

  28  
Union label commercials. Beverly, Kathy And Joan - Clothes In Your Closet
3/4" U-Matic; 1.5 min.; November 1982

  28  
Union label commercials. Georgia from Kilgore, TX.
3/4" U-Matic; 60 min.

  28  
Union label commercials. "Crafted With Pride" - All Stars Revue, 'Made In USA.' OJ Simpson, Sammy Davis Jr., James Caan.
3/4" U-Matic; 1.3 min.; March 1986

  29  
Union label commercials. "Imports," Phyllis Thiem
  29  
ILGWU Commercial - WNBC TV News
August; Union Label, Reporter Talks with Union Label Chorus Members

  29  
Union Label Chorus. Atlanta Auditions
September

  29  
Union Label Chorus. Atlanta Auditions
September

  29  
Union Label Chorus. Atlanta auditions
September

  29  
Union Label Chorus. New York Auditions
September

  29  
Sunbelt, Snow Belt Editorial
April; 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

  29  
Garment Industry, Fashion Industry Reports
May; WXPIX, WCPS

  29  
Fashion Industry Ten O'clock News
May; WNEW

  29  
Fashion Industry and NY State Theatre
May; WABC

  29  
Sweatshops.
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

  29  
Homework, CBS News
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.

  29  
NY Eyewitness News Tom Ellis - recent problems in the garment industry, imports, exported jobs
October

  29  
Union image
May; $4 million union label ad campaign to correct the public image, interviews Paula Green producer/director of ads, and Sol Chaikin

  30  
King Tut. Palo Alto exhibit
June

  30  
Eyewitness News, NY segment - problems confronting unions, cheap foreign imports, organizing new workers, questions of corruption
September

  30  
Eyewitness News - Labor Day
September

  30  
Auto Workers ILGWU Union Controversy
July

  30  
The Taiwan Connection, Little Rock
September; potential soybean deal between Arkansas and Taiwan to reduce trade deficit. ILGWU concerned about cheap, imported Taiwanese garments.

  30  
Jane Fonda's workout clothes made by ILGWU, "MADE IN USA."
March

  30  
History of the labor movement and unionization
May; incl. AFL, AFL- CIO merger formation, Wagner Act, Taft-Hartley Act, Right-to-work laws.

  30  
AFL-CIO Meeting - Building Unionism, Membership, Economics, Media Coverage, Union Label.
  30  
Billboards. Atlanta.
  30  
"Heroin: Chasing the Dragon." Geraldo Rivera
December; drug production and sale in Afghanistan, Iran, and Pakistan.

  30  
News garment industry, from various TV stations, interviews and debates about different industrial unions, auto workers, circus workers.
  30  
Circus Workers In Unions. ILGWU Union Label Song
October

  30  
Sol Chaikin on the Today Show
December; debate between Chaikin and Ray Garcia (VP of the Committee for International Trade) on trade deficit and imports.

  30  
Sol Chaikin on Good Morning America responds to President Jimmy Carter's anti-inflationary program
October

  31  
Sol Chaikin on Good Morning America comments on President Carter's anti-inflationary program
November; AFL-CIO critique of program, wage freezes, and prices.

  31  
Sol Chaikin seconds Jimmy Carter's nomination at the Democratic National Convention
August

  31  
Sol Chaikin on the 'Today Show' with Tom Brokaw
September; talks about the history of the ILGWU, union problems, international unionism, imports, union label.

  31  
Sol Chaikin on Good Morning America
November; minimum wage, productivity.

  31  
NYC Golden Apple Award in Design for redesigning the NY Police Department uniforms
November; Halston Midday Live WNEW

  31  
Triangle Factory Fire; "People, Places, and Things"
Saturday, March 18; WABC TV CH 7

  31  
State of the Unions, Boston, PBS "In Search of the Real America"
July; looks at labor before unions and the industrial revolution; interview with Milton Friedman.

  31  
Labor Footage for "Spectacular Logo."
  31  
COTACO. COPIA ILGWU. Puerto Rico. (Puerto Rican Consumer Affairs Committee) COPIA (ILGWU)
The American Center for Food, Wine and Arts, ILGWU. Puerto Rico, consumer group, product safety, health care, environment, nutrition.

  31  
Preview of 1982 NAPKE Convention
March; primetime access rules, if repealed, would allow networks more discretion regarding programming.

  31  
Union presentation - effort to increase TV ads by union, to boost public opinion of unions
with clips from ads by AFSCME, AFL-CIO, CWA, Building and Construction Trade Council, Illinois Education Association

  31  
Bicentennial Minute: Sol Chaikin on US History
June

  32  
Voting" "Statue" (VHS)
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."

  32  
Union label commercials. "Clothes in your Closet," "Song we Sing."
VHS; August 19, 1986

  32  
ILGWU on the Move- Belonging to a Union, the World of ILGWU
VHS; 13 min.

  32  
With These Hands
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.

  32  
Garment Industry. CBC Journal Documentary.
BETA; October 20, 1983

  32  
Day Care Center in Chinatown (VHS)
WABC, WCBS

  32  
NBE Productions, YGW (VHS)
  32  
Commercials on film.
October 13; 6 films

  32  
Music tracks on film
32mm; 9 films

  32  
"With These Hands."
Fictional account of an ILGWU member

  32  
"With These Hands."
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.

  32  
Sol Chaikin on Herman Badillo's Urban Journal QandA
December; on imports, protectionism, declining membership.

  32  
Camera Three; WCBS-TV
July 30

  33  
#664 Look Good, #665 Easter Parade
April 2; 7.5 IPS

  33  
Spanish "Difference" with live announcer, ILG 630
March 17; 7.5 IPS

  33  
#662 An American Christmas
February 6; Radio 7.5 IPS

  33  
#672 Washington Veto
July 18; Radio 7.5 IPS

  33  
#0120 "Gloria" "Look for the Union Label"
April 3

  33  
#671 Washington Veto
:50 pre-recorded, :10 live

  33  
#671 Washington Veto
July 18; :50 pre-recorded, :10 live

  33  
Down Home
  33  
Debussy Etude
For xxGD 0115 original music "Together with Gerard Courtin [sp?]

  34a  
"Meet Your Union" LaBelle Beeped, Spanish Version
¼" x 7"; August 26, 1964

  34a  
"Your Union and You" Local 23-25, Chinese Version
¼" x 7"; 5 copies

  34a  
"Your Union and You" Local 23-25, English Version
¼" x 7"

  34a  
"Your Union and You" Local 23-25, Spanish Version
¼" x 7"; June 29

  34a  
[Untitled]
¼" x 7"

  34a  
[Untitled]
¼" x 7"

  34a  
ILGWU Chinese version
¼" x 7"; 2 copies

  34a  
ILGWU Chinese version for La Belle
¼" x 7"

  34a  
"Meet Your Union" English (La Belle bleeped)
¼" x 7"; August 26, 1974

  34  
"Your Union and You" Local 23-25, Spanish Version
¼" x 7" audio reel

  34  
"Your Union and You" Local 23-25, Spanish Version
¼" x 7"

  34  
"Your Union and You" Local 23-25, Spanish Version
¼" x 7"

  34  
"Your Union and You" Local 23-25, Spanish Version
¼" x 7"

  34  
"Your Union and You" Local 23-25, Chinese Version
¼" x 7"

  34  
"Your Union and You" Local 23-25, English Version
¼" x 7"

  34  
"Your Union and You" Local 23-25, English Version
¼" x 7"

  34  
"Your Union and You" Local 23-25, English Version
¼" x 7"

  34  
"Your Union and You" Local 23-25, English Version
¼" x 7"; 4 copies

  34  
"Your Union and You" Local 23-25, Chinese Version
¼" x 7"; 2 copies

  34  
ILGWU Local 23, Filmstrip, English Version
¼" x 7"

  34  
"Your Union and You" LaBelle Master, Spanish Version
¼" x 7"

  35  
Local 23, Filmstrip, English
May 4

  35  
"Your Union and You" LaBelle Master, Spanish version
7.5 IPS

  35  
"Meet Your Union" LaBelle Beeped, Spanish
August 26; 7.5 IPS, one copy also has notation: "Good, 10/9/74"

  35  
"Your Union and You" LaBelle Master, Chinese version
May 22; 7.5 IPS, note on box: no good

  35  
"Your Union and You" Local 23-25, English Version
7.5 IPS, note on one box: Good, Carmen; note on another box: old

  35  
"Your Union and You" Local 23-25, Spanish Version
7.5 IPS

  35  
"Your Union and You" Local 23-25, Chinese Version
7.5 IPS, notes on boxes

  35  
ILGWU, Chinese Version, for La Belle
7.5 IPS

  35  
"Meet Your Union" English, La Belle Beeped
August 26; 7.5 IPS

  36a  
#645 Norma Christmas Shopper with Chorus III, #654 "Voncile - Chorus III"
November 5; 7.5 IPS; 2 copies

  36a  
#646 Emma Shopping with Chorus; #645 Norma Christmas Shopper with Chorus III; #647 Meredith Chorus III
November 5; 7.5 IPS; 11 copies

  36a  
#648 "Isabelle Christmas Shopper" Chorus III, Spanish
November 13; 7.5 IPS; 7 copies

  36a  
#652 "Carmen Chorus III"
November 5; 7.5 IPS; 5 copies

  36a  
#653 Chorus III, New radio mix
February 12

  36a  
#654 "Voncile - Chorus III"; #645 Norma Christmas Shopper with Chorus III
November 20; 7.5 IPS; 7 copies

  36a  
#654 "Voncile - Chorus III"; #655 "Norma, Christmas Shoppers - Chorus III"; #656 "Connie - Chorus III"
#654, November 20; 7.5 IPS; #655, November 20; 7.5 IPS; #656, March 4; 7.5 IPS

  36a  
#656 "Connie - Chorus III"
March 4; 7.5 IPS

  36b  
#654 "Voncile - Chorus III"; #655 "Norma, Christmas Shoppers - Chorus III"; #656 "Connie - Chorus III"
#654, November 20; 7.5 IPS; #655, November 20; 7.5 IPS; #656, March 4; 7.5 IPS; 11 copies

  36  
Garment workers spot
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. [...]"

  36  
ILGWU Radio spots, 1. "Years Ago" 2. "Like a Job?" 3. "Question"
  36  
ILGWU Radio, 1. Grandmother/Granddaughter, Version A, GD 591, 2. Grandmother/Granddaughter, Version B, GD 590
June 26

  36  
"Georgia"
February 28; Unedited direct from video, 2" to ¼", 7.5 IPS, YGW 0131, Spokeswoman audio only (no chorus)

  36  
ILGWU
Radio; 60 second mix; new radio mix,, vocal mix, #579; November 25, 1975

  36  
ILGWU
TV mix only, October 29, 1975

  36  
#580 "Emma Retired"
7.5 IPS

  36  
#594 "Doris Trolley"
7.5 IPS

  36  
#597 "The Bledsoes"
7.5 IPS

  36  
#606 1."The Bledsoes" 2. "Jim Prine - Imports" version I 3. "The Barbees - Young Couple"
7.5 IPS

  36  
#608 "Magdalena - Spanish Working Mother"
November 15; 4 copies; 7.5 IPS

  36  
#609 1. "The Bledsoes" (GDIL 0102) 2. "Doris Tolley" (ID 594) 3. "The Barbees" (GDIL 0101)
7.5 IPS

  36  
#615 Jim Prine
7.5 IPS

  36  
#618 Jim Prine #2 with new 177 chorus
7.5 IPS

  36  
#619 "Magdalena" with new 177 chorus
4 copies; 7.5 IPS

  36  
#620 "Meredith - Blouses, New Chorus"
7.5 IPS

  36  
#621 "Norma - Christmas Shopper, New Chorus"
November 11; 7.5 IPS

  36  
#623 "Isabelle - Spanish Christmas Shopper"
November 21; 7.5 IPS; 6 copies

  36  
#625 "Pre-Easter Emma #78 with New Chorus"
February 17; 7.5 IPS

  36  
#627 "Connie Easter #78"
7.5 IPS

  36  
#631 Bands 1, 2, 3 Identical "Original Chorus"
August 13

  36  
#633 "Emma II with New Chorus (Bernie with handclaps)"
7.5 IPS

  36  
#634 "Barbees with New Chorus (Bernie with handclaps)"
7.5 IPS

  36  
#636 "Emma Shopping", "Norman Christmas Shopper,"
7.5 IPS

  36  
#637 "Original Chorus"
7.5 IPS

  36  
#641"Connie" (with old chorus)
7.5 IPS

  36  
#642 Meredith (with old chorus)
7.5 IPS

  36  
#645 Norma Christmas Shopper with Chorus III, #654 Voncile - Chorus III
November 20, 1980

  37  
Finance Department, Cancelled Payroll Checks
16mm microfilm; 19 parts; January 1971-December 1975

  37  
Auditing Department, LM Reports
16 mm microfilm; 5 parts

  37  
Auditing Department, Duplicate rolls, Area Expense
16 mm microfilm; 2 parts

  37  
Auditing Department, General Ledger
16 mm microfilm; April 1, 1944-December 31, 1964

  37  
Auditing Department, General Ledger
16 mm microfilm; January 1, 1965-December 31, 1976

  37  
Auditing Department, General Ledger Cards
16 mm microfilm

  37  
Auditing Department, General Ledger Cards
16 mm microfilm

  37  
Auditing Department, Death Benefit Ledger Cards
16 mm microfilm

  37  
Auditing Department, Area Expense, Ohio-Kentucky to Ledger Department
16mm microfilm

  37  
Auditing Department, Area Expense, Eastern Region to Puerto Rico
16 mm microfilm

  37  
Payroll Master Book
16 mm microfilm

  37  
Payroll Master Book
16 mm microfilm

  37  
Subsidiary Mortgages, New York to Isaac Sobel
16 mm microfilm

  37  
4 unlabelled tapes
Audiocassettes

  37  
Leon Stein/Unity #1
Audiocassette; May 30, 1978

  37  
David Dubinsky-Stulberg memoirs
Audiocassette

  37  
Emil Schlesinger
Audiocassette; old number: DD S21-S22

  37  
David Dubinsky - Frustrations of retirement; politics (confidential)
Audiocassette

  37  
David Dubinsky - AJ Goldberg
Audiocassette

  37  
PA - Mrs. Jessup, Roscho, Ceil
Audiocassette

  37  
PA - Jo, Pennsylvania
Audiocassette

  37  
Celia, Al/Al, Phyllis; Phyllis, Mac/Phil, Mac; Hope, Anna; Anna
Audiocassette; 3 parts

  37  
David Dubinsky: #2, Early Years; #43 Industrial relations, Puerto Rico
Audiocassette

  37  
David Dubinsky: #3, Henry Uviller; #4, Dubinsky-Alex Rose
Audiocassette

  37  
David Dubinsky: #5, Fight with CP; #6, Personal/Hillman
Audiocassette

  37  
David Dubinsky: #7, Hillman (continued); #8, I.M.P.C.H.M.N.
Audiocassette

  37  
David Dubinsky: #9, Miscellaneous; #10, Lovestone
Audiocassette

  37  
David Dubinsky: #11, Lovestone; #12, Lovestone
Audiocassette

  37  
David Dubinsky: #13, Rackets; #14, Rackets (continued)
Audiocassette

  37  
David Dubinsky: #15, Labor Secretary Arthur J. Goldberg, John F. Kennedy, Corruption; #16, Finance
Audiocassette

  37  
David Dubinsky: #17, Harry Lang; #18, Harry Lang (continued)
Audiocassette

  37  
David Dubinsky: #19, Philosophy, politics, ICFTU (International Confederation of Free Trade Unions); #20, ICFTU (continued), strikes, Crown prince
Audiocassette

  37  
David Dubinsky: #21, Knippel, Powell, Wage rates; #22, Heightstown, Aeta, Ehrlich
Audiocassette

  37  
David Dubinsky: #23, Medina-Zim[merman?] debate on Franklin D. Roosevelt; #24, Miscellaneous
Audiocassette

  37  
David Dubinsky: #25, Elnana report, training institute; #26, ?
Audiocassette

  37  
David Dubinsky: #27, Union First to Engineer Department; #28, Union First, FDR, Foundation, Heightstown
Audiocassette

  37  
David Dubinsky: #29, Russia, Communists; #30, Union Economic Standards, Officers
Audiocassette

  37  
David Dubinsky: #31, ?; #32, Truman, etc.
Audiocassette

  37  
David Dubinsky: #33, Emil Schlesinger; #36, Charles Zimmerman, part 1
Audiocassette

  37  
David Dubinsky: #34, Emil Schlesinger; #35, Emil Schlesinger (continued)
Audiocassette

  37  
David Dubinsky: #37, Charles Zimmerman, part 2; #38, Charles Zimmerman, part 3
Audiocassette

  37  
David Dubinsky: #39, Charles Zimmerman, part 4; #40, Charles Zimmerman; part 5
Audiocassette

  37  
David Dubinsky: #41, Charles Zimmerman, part 6; #42, Industrial relations
Audiocassette

  37  
David Dubinsky: #44, Alex Rose, part 1; #45, Alex Rose, part 2
Audiocassette

  37  
David Dubinsky: #46, Alex Rose, part 3; #47, Alex Rose, part 4
Audiocassette

  37  
David Dubinsky: #48, George Meany, Commodore Hotel; #49, George Meany, Commodore Hotel
Audiocassette; December 14, 1970

  39.5  
Close-ups, group shots, active retirees button shots
Slides

  39.5  
Medium shots
Slides

  39.5  
Social services, New York exteriors, 275 7th Avenue sequence, computers, phone sequence
Slides

  39.5  
"Union ties," "Loneliness," "Grace," "Leisure time"
Slides

  39.5  
Pre-retirement seminar, maps, "With our retirees"
Slides

  39.5  
Hands, life membership card, ILG logo, sewing machines, archive logo, active retiree buttons, ILG logo/Life membership card
Slides

  39.5  
Club med, Diplomat hotel, "Alice," E.T., fabric, hand sewn label, "Retired" stamp, baby face
Slides

  39.5  
Retiree quiz, What is a retiree, paintings, car, organs, oldest man, activities
Slides

  39.5  
Meetings, capitols, slogans, plane with banner, food drive, telethon, chorus, documents/testimony
Slides

  39.5  
Man speaking sequence, money donations, retired strikers, contribution letters, rally
Slides

  39.5  
Dubinsky, dues books, housing, Unity House, old Justice, old logos, immigrants, proclamation
Slides

  39.5  
Strikers, workers, strike flyers
Slides

  39.5  
Friendly visiting, club snapshots, club documents
Slides

  39.5  
Politics, university, children workers, tenements, health center, old meetings, injuries
Slides

  39.5  
Current members
Slides

  39.5  
Old meetings, old slogans, money in hand
Slides

  39.5  
[unlabelled loose slides, "outs," duplicates]
Slides; Includes program, music and lyrics by Michael Johnson, presented by the Northeast Department to the May 1950 ILGWU Convention

  39  
American Fashion Now, presented by the ILGWU
3 copies

  39  
The ILGWU presents The Many Lengths of Fashions (side A), Coats and Suits for You (side B)
4 copies

  39  
"My Name is Mary Brown" A musical narrative
  39  
ILGWU Revised Narrative
September 22

  39  
Convention film
September 12

  39  
ILGWU Convention
Harrison production, includes opening, partial Stulberg speech, Rustin

  40a  
ICTFU (International Confederation of Free Trade Unions)
  40a  
Dedication, Los Angeles Health Center; Ross-Levy-DD Dinner; H. Langer-DD
2 sides

  40a  
Lecture Training Institute
  40a  
Lecture Training Institute
  40a  
Lecture to new class, Training Institute
  40a  
Lecture to new class, Training Institute
part 2

  40a  
Graduation of First Class Training Institute
  40a  
Northeast Conference Dinner Speech, Springfield, Massachusetts
  40a  
Presentation to William Green, J.L.C. Ceremony
  40a  
Yiddish Political Speech, WEVD-WLIB
  40a  
NBC 20th Century Fund Program
  40a  
Lecture to Training Institute
  40a  
Lecture to Training Institute
  40a  
Local 10 50th Anniversary celebration, Moe Falikman and George Meany
  40a  
Local 10 50th Anniversary celebration, David Dubinsky
  40a  
Garment Center Rally for Governor Stevenson - taken from radio broadcast; David Dubinsky - Governor Stevenson
  40a  
Local 22 Installation, Manhattan Center
May 4

  40a  
Local 117 Installation, Manhattan Center
March 11

  40  
E.C.T. Installation
  40  
Cloak Joint Board Installation
  40  
Cloak Joint Board Installation
  40  
Local 10 Installation
  40  
Opening Ceremonies, Training Institute
  40  
Dress Joint Board Installation
  40  
Keynote Address, 1950 Convention
  40  
Keynote Address, 1950
  40  
Keynote Address, 1950 Convention
  40  
Keynote Address, 1950 Convention
  40  
Lecture Training Institute
(2 sides)

  40  
Trade Union Comm., Liberal Party
  40  
Local 38 Retirement Ceremonies (re-recording)
  40  
Forward Hour, WEVD, Yiddish Political Talk
  40  
Local 22 Election, Rally
  40  
Yiddish Political Speech, WEVD
  40  
ICTFU (International Confederation of Free Trade Unions)
  40  
ICTFU (International Confederation of Free Trade Unions)
  41a  
Labor Day Parade
September

  41a  
Henoch Mendelsund; Local 117 meeting
March 2

  41a  
Metropolitan report; Executive Vice President Fred Siems. WNBC Radio 66
August 30

  41a  
Joint Board Installation meeting; Henoch Mendelsund, New General Manager
September 30

  41a  
Unity House
  41a  
Adlai Stevenson; Labor-Liberal Party Rally Manhattan Center, NYC
October 29

  41a  
Jinx Diary, WNBT, Channel 4, 2:30-3:00p.m. (1 side)
October 13

  41a  
David Dubinsky address to the 1955 Training Institute Class
May 10

  41a  
Tex and Jinx show; Station WNBC, 11:20p.m.-12:30a.m. (2 sides)
October 13

  41a  
Manhattan Center Labor-Liberal Party Rally
October 29

  41a  
David Dubinksy staff conference re: office workers
January 3

  41a  
David Dubinsky address to the 1955 Training Institute Class
May 10

  41a  
International House, Haifa, Israel; Merom (in Hebrew); David Dubinsky (in Yiddish)
June 5

  41a  
International House, Haifa, Israel (Yiddish translation of Merom)
June 5

  41a  
Bailinson Hospital Dedication
June 19; Tel Aviv; David Dubinsky, Sprinzak; Broadcast Station, WLIB

  41a  
David Dubinksy report on trip, Hotel Astor (2 sides)
June 29

  41a  
Meeting of Puerto Rican Garment Workers re: Minimum Wage
July 14

  41  
Local 117 Installation, Manhattan Center (continued)
March 11

  41  
Local 35 Installation, Hotel New Yorker
  41  
Local 35 Installation, Hotel New Yorker
  41  
Local #10 Installation, Manhattan Center
  41  
Eastern Out-of-Town Installation, Hotel Astor
April 11

  41  
David Dubinsky lecture to class at Training Institute
May 6

  41  
David Dubinsky lecture to Training Institute
May 6

  41  
David Dubinsky lecture to Training Institute (about five minutes)
May 6

  41  
Training Institute, Graduation, Hochman, Dubinsky, Elder (2 sides)
May 28

  41  
Training Institute, Graduation, Hochman, Stulberg
May 28

  41  
Chicago Civic Opera House, Opening Session, ILGWU 28th convention, WCFL Broadcast
May 18

  41  
ILGWU Council Room, Northeast Department Meeting (re: 35-hour week), David Gingold-David Dubinsky
  41  
Radio Address for Halley, Station WLIB
November 1

  41  
Lecture to Training Institute
  41  
Lecture to Training Institute
  41  
Lecture to Training Institute
  41  
10th Anniversary Liberal Party dinner, Hotel Commodore
  41  
Tex and Jinx show, Station WNBC, 1:00-2:00p.m. (2 sides)
October 13

  42a  
David Dubinsky;National Coat and Suit Industry Recovery Board Meeting
Miami Beach, Florida; February 2

  42a  
National Coat and Suit Industry Recovery Board Meeting; Miami Beach, Florida
Feb. 24; David Dubinsky

  42a  
National Coat and Suit Industry Recovery Board Meeting; Miami Beach, Florida
Feb. 4; David Dubinsky

  42a  
National Coat and Suit Industry Recovery Board Meeting
Feb. 2; Cong. Wright Patman

  42a  
National Coat and Suit Industry Recovery Board Meeting
Feb. 2; Con. Wright Patman

  42a  
National Coat and Suit Industry Recovery Board Meeting
Feb. 2; Con. Wright Patman

  42a  
National Coat and Suit Industry Recovery Board Meeting
Feb. 2; Con. Wright Patman

  42a  
Sam Zackman, A.M-P.M. (2 sides)
July 31

  42a  
Sam Berger, P.M. (1 side)
July 31

  42a  
Lester Washburn, A.M.(2 sides)
Aug. 1

  42a  
Side 1: Lester Washburn (continued), Topazio; Side 2: Topazio (continued), Abe Goldberg, Gassner, p.m.
Aug. 1

  42a  
8/1/57 P.M. continued to 47, Gassner (continued), 8/2/57 A.M. (2 sides)
  42a  
8/2/57 P.M. continued at #205, 8/6/57, O.M. Tuvim
  42a  
8/8/57 P.M. -47: Dio re Washburn's testimonial, 8/12/57: from 65 to end, Doris
  42a  
8/12/57: P.M.; from #330, 8/13/57 A.M. Doris
  42a  
Hoffa
Aug. 20

  42a  
Hoffa, A.M.
Aug. 21

  42  
Cloakmaker Joint Board
  42  
#26 W.C. Home Dedication
  42  
#27 Graduation 2nd Class
  42  
#28 Cloak Joint Board
  42  
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  42  
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  42  
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  42  
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  42  
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  42  
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  42  
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  42  
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  42  
WFDR C551
  42  
Opening Session; ILGWU convention; Civic Opera House, Chicago
May 18

  42  
Julius Hochman Birthday
January 12

  42  
1958 Strike; Dress Northeast Department meeting
David Dubinsky; Julius Hochman

  42  
Julius Hochman 60th birthday
David Dubinsky; Julius Hochman; January 12

  42  
ILGWU 1948 Campaign Committee presents "Truman, Barkley and Labor"
  42  
#661 ILGWU Labor Day
August 21

  42  
Interview with Charles S. Zimmerman at YIVO
November 13

  42  
Untitled
  42  
Interview with Charles S. Zimmerman at YIVO
November 20

  42  
Interview with Charles S. Zimmerman at YIVO
December 11

  42  
Interview with Pauline Newman at YIVO
January 26

  42  
Interview with Pauline Newman at YIVO
February 2

  43a  
Golden Door Award Dinner to David Dubinsky (tape recording #2)
  43a  
Golden Door Award Dinner to David Dubinsky (tape recording #4)
Mr. Dubinsky's speech

  43a  
Golden Door Award Dinner to David Dubinsky (tape recording #3)
  43a  
David Dubinsky retirement
March; General Executive Board

  43a  
David Dubinsky report (reel 3)
March

  43a  
Last day
reel on both sides

  43a  
Dinner in honor of Ambassador Eban of Israel
April 20; Hotel Biltmore, New York City

  43a  
[Tape presented to David Dubinsky]
includes notes on box and letter from the General Federation of Jewish Labour in Israel

  43a  
David Dubinsky: Man of Labor (Eternal Light Program)
June 29

  43a  
David Dubinsky speech
April 15; Jewish Community Center, Scranton, Pennsylvania

  43a  
David Dubinsky, National Coat and Suit Industry Recovery Board
Feb. 3; Barcelona Hotel, Miami Beach, Florida; 7.5 IPS

  43a  
Remarks by David Dubinksy following Mr. Horn's address
May 9; Hotel Shelbourne, Atlantic City, New Jersey (copy); 7.5 IPS

  43a  
Remarks by David Dubinksy following Mr. Horn's address
May 9; Hotel Shelbourne, Atlantic City, New Jersey

  43a  
Remarks by David Dubinksy following Mr. Horn's address
May 9; Hotel Shelbourne, Atlantic City, New Jersey (copy)

  43  
Hoffa, P.M. 1 and 2, 2nd side #338 re Dio
Aug. 21

  43  
Side 1: 8/21/57: Hoffa P.M.; Side 2: A.M. 8/22/57
  43  
Sides 1 and 2: Hoffa A.M. and P.M.
Aug. 22

  43  
Sides 1 and 2: Hoffa A.M.
Aug. 23

  43  
M. Fleishman; CIO 13th convention, evening session
Nov. 5

  43  
CIO Convention
Nov. 5; Murray, Part II

  43  
Interview with CIO delegates
Joe Michaels; 15 IPS?

  43  
Point of information. Opening and Closing sound effect
March 9

  43  
Public hearing
July 19; 7.5 IPS

  43  
Public hearing
July 19; Tyler; Collins; 7.5 IPS

  43  
Public hearing
July 19; 7.5 IPS

  43  
Afternoon: Credential Committee
May 12; Chairman Falikman, Secretary Alfred King, Rules Committee, Chairman Bialis, Secretary Douglas Levin

  43  
Afternoon: Committee on Special Labor Legislation
May 13

  43  
Afternoon: Introduction to Roy Williams
May 17

  43  
Afternoon: Revision of Constitution (continued), convention
May 19

  43  
Afternoon: Dubinsky election
May 20; Stulberg cast [?] vote, Dubinksy accept, Stulberg election, Shoenwald [?], Ed Kramer, Chaikin, Harold Schwartz

  43  
Golden Door Award Dinner to David Dubinsky (tape recording #1)
Welcome by Mr. Biddle, Mrs. Farkas, Mr. Biddle, Mr Heckscher, Introduction to reading of telegrams: Mayor Wagner, Mr. Richard F. Walsh, Mr. Samuels

  44a  
Joint Board installation
March 20; Hotel Commodore. W. Wirtz, Secretary of Labor

  44a  
Altmeyer luncheon
Jan. 27; Astor Hotel. Side 1: Henoch Mendelsund, Monroe Goldwater, David Dubinsky; Side 2: Henoch Mendelsund, Joseph Dubow, Arthur Altemeyer

  44a  
Golden Jubilee, Philharmonic
Feb. 27; L[ocal?] 48, musical concert

  44a  
Golden Jubilee, Philharmonic
Feb. 27 ; L[ocal?] 48, musical concert (continued)

  44a  
Golden Jubilee, Philharmonic
Feb. 27; L[ocal?] 48, speech, tape

  44a  
Four Freedoms Award Luncheon
Dec. 2; Hotel Commodore; Side 1: H.E. Egidio Ortona, Ambassadors of the Republic of Italy; Side 2: Murray Finley, Molisani introduction; response and address by Louis Stulberg; 7.5 IPS

  44a  
Report on Freedom
Feb. 14; WEVD

  44a  
Fashion Institute
Oct. 8

  44a  
Nagler's speech re Meyer London
Side 1

  44a  
Nagler greets joint board
Dec. 17

  44a  
"A Word about YIVO" at the 40th anniversary conference of YIVO
May 1; Henoch Mendelsund ; Commodore Hotel, New York City

  44a  
Dedication of Hazleton headquarters
Aug. 22; Sol Chaikin; Taken from Northeast Department material, 10/3/50

  44a  
Unidentified
Taken from Northeast Department material, 10/3/50

  44a  
"Forward" Victor Reisel interview
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

  44a  
Unidentified
  44a  
"No Negro Need Apply," NBC-TV
Nov. 4; 7.5 IPS

  44a  
Demonstration [1 of 4 tapes; two tapes have songs]
Taken from Northeast Department material

  44a  
Demonstration [2 of 4 tapes; two tapes have songs]
Taken from Northeast Department material

  44a  
Demonstration [3 of 4 tapes; two tapes have songs]
Taken from Northeast Department material

  44a  
Demonstration [4 of 4 tapes; two tapes have songs]
Taken from Northeast Department material

  44a  
Address, Mr. John E. Horn and remarks
May 9; Hotel Shelburne, Atlantic City, New Jersey (copy); 7.5 IPS, full track, 11:52

  44a  
Address, Mr. John E. Horn and remarks
May 9; Hotel Shelburne, Atlantic City, New Jersey; 7.5 IPS, full track, 11:52 A.M.

  44a  
Address, Mr. John E. Horn and remarks
May 9; Hotel Shelburne, Atlantic City, New Jersey ; 7.5 IPS, full track, 11:52 A.M.

  44a  
Address, Secretary of Labor Arthur Goldberg
May 8; Hotel Shelburne, Atlantic City, New Jersey (copy); 7.5 IPS, 10:00 A.M.

  44a  
Address, Secretary of Labor Arthur Goldberg
May 8; Hotel Shelburne, Atlantic City, New Jersey ; 7.5 IPS, 10:00 A.M.

  44a  
Address, Secretary of Labor Arthur Goldberg
May 8; Hotel Shelburne, Atlantic City, New Jersey; 7.5 IPS, 10:00 A.M.

  44a  
National Coat and Suit Industry Recovery Board
Feb. 1; Senator John Sparkman; Barcelona Hotel, Miami Beach, Florida; Master, 7.5 IPS

  44a  
National Coat and Suit Industry Recovery Board
Feb. 1; Senator John Sparkman; Barcelona Hotel, Miami Beach, Florida; 7.5 IPS

  44  
25th Anniversary Dinner; Shamokin Local 185
Sept. 17; Pennsylvania; Address by Sol C. Chaikin and Rosato; part 2; taken from Northeast Department records, 103/50

  44  
Cloak Joint Board Installation
Apr.2; David Dubinsky; Hotel Astor

  44  
Political campaign
Nov. 2;' Carl Sandberg; ILGWU; Single track, 7.5 IPS

  44  
Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, unedited
Oct. 7; 7.5 IPS

  44  
1910 Strike celebration
Tape from radio

  44  
1910 Strike celebration
Chorus; Opening speeches; Mendelsund; Meany; Dubinsky (part)

  44  
1910 Strike Celebration
Chorus; Mendelsund; introduction to Dubinsky, Lehman; Tape used on radio

  44  
50th Anniversary Celebration1910 Strike
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

  44  
1910 Strike Celebration; Carnegie Hall
Sept. 17; Introduction to program; Chorus; Henoch Mendelsund and Introduction of H. Lehman, H. Lehman, H. Mendelsund introduction to Meany, Meany speech, Dubinksy speech; dual track tape, play both sides

  44  
Meeting of Joint Executive Boards (re negotiations)
April 24; Hotel New Yorker, Chairman Ben Kaplan, Speakers H. Mendelsund, David Dubinsky, E. Howard Molisani

  44  
Lecture to Training Institute Day Class
March 3; Sol "Chick" Chaikin; /75 IPS, taken from Northeast Department material 10/3/50?

  44  
Reading Institute
Aug. 4; Recorded at Garden Room of Crystal Restaurant; 3/75 IPS, taken from Northeast Department material 10/3/50?

  44  
Joint Installation Dinner
March 21; Hotel Astor, Chairman Mendelsund, Speakers J. Hochman, Antonini, Zimmerman, Stulberg

  44  
Joint Installation meeting
Hotel Astor, Local managers (all): Henoch Mendelsund, M.M. Kolker, David Dubinsky (side 2)

  44  
Shop Chairman Meeting
Aug. 21; Hotel New Yorker. Chairman Molisani, Minn Matheson, J. Denaro, David Dubinsky, and Nat Windman

  44  
U of M Roundtable
March 13; Miami Beach, Florida, Henoch Mendelsund, Dr. Vatican; Radio program, 7.5 IPS, full track

  44  
Joint Board installation
March 20; Hotel Commodore, H. Molisani, Charles Zimmerman, Luigi Antonini, Henoch Mendelsund; side 2: H. Molisani and David Dubinsky

  45  
Speeches of Longhena [Lanphena?]
March; Parri, Canini, Pastore (Local 89); Audiodiscs, Audio Devices, Inc., NYC

  45  
Civil rights speeches
Oct.20; Stevenson, Humphrey, Douglas, Kennedy

  45  
ILGWU Speakers, Local 48
Feb. 27; Philharmonic Hall

  45  
United Auto Workers (UAW) Convention
April 17; Speech by David Dubinsky, introduced by Walter Reuther [1 reel of 2]; 7.5 IPS

  45  
A.A. Berle, ILGWU, Listwords, ILGWU 106 Campaign Committee
Oct. 6

  45  
ILGWU, WWDC
Oct. 18; 15 IPS

  45  
Tex and Jinx Radio
Oct. 12; WNBC, 11:20 P.M. - 12:00 A.M.

  45  
Tex and Jinx Radio
Oct. 13; WNBC, 1:00 - 2:00 P.M.

  45  
Unidentified
  45  
ILGWU, Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt, Senator Wayne Moore, Senator Lehan
Oct. 14; 15 and 7.5 IPS

  45  
Mrs Franklin D. Roosevelt, ILGWU
Oct. 7; !: Spots; II: ILGWU Series (Humphrey); III: Civil Rights Series; 15 IPS

  46a  
Interview with Dora Maizler re Triangle Fire
April 12; Redwood City, California; 3.75 IPS; 2nd copy on audiocassette

  46a  
Interview with Mr. Max Hochfield re Triangle Fire
Jan. 20; 3.75 IPS; 2nd copy on audiocassette

  46a  
Triangle Factory Fire Memorial
March 25; as broadcast over WNYC; 7.5 IPS

  46a  
Tex and Jinx
12:00 - 12:30 A.M.; 7.5 IPS?

  46a  
Tex and Jinx Jury
March 25; Leon Stein; 7.5 IPS, half track tape

  46a  
As We See It
7.5 IPS, full track; subject: the Triangle Fire, participants: Frances Perkins, Leon Stein, reporter: Harry W. Flannery

  46a  
Henoch Mendelsund
  46a  
Kenrose Strike Rally
June 21; Dubinsky, speaker; Roanoke, Virginia; 3.75 IPS, 1 side only

  46a  
Lyndon B. Johnson [speaking to?] ILG
Nov. 9

  46a  
Dr. Lawrence Bethel, President Fashion Institute of Technology
Feb. 3

  46a  
[copy of #23?]
  46a  
National Coat and Suit Industry Recovery Board
Feb. 3; David Dubinsky; Barcelona Hotel, Miami Beach, Florida; 7.5 IPS

  46  
Sections of Local 62 Fire Warden meeting
Sept. 4

  46  
Local 62, Fire Warden conference
Sept. 4

  46  
"The Man Who Would Not Bargain"
written and directed by Pat Daniels, narrated by Joseph Wiseman, re David Dubinsky; 7.5 IPS, full track mono

  46  
The Garment Game
June 24; 7.5 IPS, dual track tape

  46  
General Executive Board Health and Welfare Fund Committee, Retirement
Feb. 14

  46  
ILGWU, George M. Leader and David Dubinsky (from) Wilkes Gymnasium
Nov. 16

  46  
Wyoming Valley District, 20th Anniversary Dinner
Nov. 16; President Dubinsky and Government Leader

  46  
Housing dedication of Penn Station South
May 19; [reel 1 of 2]

  46  
Housing dedication of Penn Station South
May 19; [reel 2 of 2]

  46  
David Dubinsky - Louis Stulberg at Cutter's Local 10
March 28

  46  
Brandeis Dinner
March 6

  46  
Louis Stulberg, Jewish Labor Committee
Nov. 23; Cut#2

  46  
Italian-American Labor Council 35th Anniversary
Chairman E. Howard Molisani into [intr?] to President Louis Stulberg; 7.5 IPS

  46  
"From Precinct to President" Some Reflections by Harry S. Truman
Feb.2 ;10:00 - 11:00 P.M. [reel 1 of 2]; 7.5 IPS

  46  
"From Precinct to President" Some Reflections by Harry S. Truman
Feb. 6; 10:00 - 11:00 P.M. [reel 1 of 2]; 7.5 IPS

  46  
This reel contains the sighn [sic?] on and opening Symphany [sic] Theme
7.5 IPS

  47a  
Public Service Forum, "The Role of Unions in Our Society"
Nov. 29; John I. Snyder, President, U.S. Industries, Inc., interviewed by Ralph Reuter

  47a  
Public Service Forum, "Do Consumer Laws Protect Us Adequately?"
Dec. 20; Daniel B. Asmuda, Senior Attorney, Federal Trade Commission, interviewed by Ralph Reuter

  47a  
Public Service Forum, "Fraudulent Pricing"
Jan. 3; Karl Peterson, Manager, Certified Stories, interviewed by Ralph Reuter

  47a  
Public Service Forum, "Group Relations 1963"
Jan. 17; Dr. James M. Eagan, National Vice President, National Conference of Christians and Jews, interviewed by Ralph M. Reuter

  47a  
[unlabeled]
  47a  
[unlabeled]
  47a  
[unlabeled]
  47a  
[unlabeled]
  47a  
[unlabeled]
  47a  
[unlabeled]
  47a  
[unlabeled]
  47a  
[unlabeled]
  47  
Public Service Forum, "Are Unions Necessary"
Aug. 6; John Snyder and Ralph Reuter

  47  
Public Service Forum, "Civil Rights 1962"
Oct. 18; Jacob Shlitt, Education Director, Amalgamated Laundry Workers Joint Boar, interviewed by Dr. Ralph Reuter

  47  
Public Service Forum, "The Problems Facing the New Congress"
Nov. 15; Representative Edward Boland (D-Massachusetts), interviewed by Dr. Ralph Reuter

  47  
Public Service Forum, "The Role of the University in Higher Education"
May 3; O. Meredith Wilson, President of the University of Minnesota, interviewed by Ralph Reuter

  47  
Public Service Forum, "The Challenge of the World of Tomorrow"
June 21; Walter Reuther, United Auto Workers, interviewed by Dr. Ralph Reuter

  47  
Public Service Forum, "Will the Far East Provoke a World War?"
Jan. 31; Dr. David N. Rowe, Professor of political science at Yale University, interviewed by Ralph M. Reuter

  47  
Public Service Forum, "War or Peace"
Feb. 7; Walter Reuther, United Auto Workers, interviewed by Dr. Ralph Reuter

  47  
Public Service Forum, "Can U.S. High Wages Compete?"
Feb. 21; Bert Seldman, economist, AFL-CIO, interviewed by Dr. Ralph Reuter

  47  
A 638 Tape #6 ILGWU
June 5

  47  
Spanish Lesson #1-20
  47  
David Gingold, CYC
March 26?

  47  
Strike in Danville [part I]
Aug. 7

  47  
Strike in Danville [part II]
Aug. 7

  47  
Gompers, Dubinsky
  47  
A & B Reuther Press Conference
  47  
ILGWU The Legacy
Aug. 20

  48  
Rally [at Madison Square Garden?]. Writing in a banner in the stage states, "Condition Enforcement = Contract." On top of that stage, there are several men seated and a man in delivering a speech at a podium.
16mm; 3.3 min.

  48  
Local 22 members traveling to Montreal
faded or overexposed in the beginning

  48  
Unity House
picnic (tail out) shots of people in casual attire hanging out in a park and a house; slightly faded beginning

  48  
Harriman. Local 22. Part 2
faded image

  48  
"Mother is on strike"
San Antonio, Local 180 struck against Tex-Son; Mothers and children picketing for pay and benefits suffer police brutality

  48  
President Louis Stulberg on television
June; speech on current labor conditions, then Q and A

  48  
Unity House
betacam and VHS preservation copies

  48  
GEB at Work and Play
GEB and membership in activities; labor stage; get together luncheon; Locals 89 and 117

  48  
Funeral of Morris A. Goldstein (Late Secretary-Treasurer). Chicago Joint Board. Amateur movie.
16mm; 2 min.; September 1947

  48  
Commencement at Bard College - David Dubinsky receives Honorary Ph. D. Law and Eleanor Roosevelt: Honorary Degree, in same ceremony.
16mm; 2.3 min.; June 1951

  48  
Miscellaneous Rallies. Chorus and marching orchestra, as well as Local members, parades, stadium, banners and placards. Anti-Hitler, anti-fascism.
16mm, 1930s; copy on VHS, V142

  48  
Miscellaneous Rallies. Chorus and marching orchestra, as well as Local members, parades, stadium, banners and placards. Anti-Hitler, anti-fascism.
16mm; 1930s

  48  
Mark Starr on Labor Education.
1 ¼" Audio Tape, 1 3/4" U-Matic; 60 min.; January 22, 1975; 2 parts

  49  
"Garment Workers"
  49  
Humphrey/Jackson ILGWU in Rhode Island
  49  
Lurye Memorial Meeting. Rally includes a Dressmakers banner.
May 9

  49  
Shop time and motion study
  49  
Henry Gans Shop. Women sewing by hand.
  49  
Women sewing by hand
Shop time and motion study; poorly aligned

  49  
Shop scenes. Old man, and several other men and women of different ages, sewing
  49  
Elderly man sewing, followed by several other men and women of different ages sewing
Shop time and motion study

  49  
[No title]
  49  
Workers in a garment shop
out of focus

  49  
Labor-Liberal Rally
Out of focus; did not see in box?

  49  
Bus trip
  49  
ILGWU - "Fellowship in Action"
  49  
President Louis Stulberg on TV in Wyoming Valley, PA
June; Missing

  49  
The Fellowship in Action
ILGWU student fellowship plans activities to culturally enrich ILGWU members' lives.

  49  
Always In Fashion
  49  
Adlai Stevenson rally at Manhattan Center
October; Introduction by David Dubinsky, ILGWU, also Robert F. Wagner for Mayor and Estes Kefauver. Discusses crisis with Israel.

  49  
35th Anniversary Celebration off Cloakmakers ILGWU NY - David Dubinsky
December

  49  
Cloakmakers Joint Board 35th Anniversary Celebration - David Dubinsky
  50  
[No title. Perhaps Convention, 1980]
September 28; Would not play

  50  
introduction of General Executive Board of ILG
September 28; ILGWU Chorus, Raymond R. Corbut (President - NYS AFL-CIO), Harry Van Arsdale; audio works; picture disappears and returns, progressively -worse tracking

  50  
End of introductions
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.

  50  
Continuation of Sol Chaikin's speech
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

  50  
End of remarks by Chaikin. Announcements by General-Secretary of the Convention
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

  50  
Resolutions of the Convention
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.

  50  
Continuation of Carter's speech
September 28; He defends legal right to organize, collective bargaining. Sol Chaikin speaks again.

  50  
Footage of Carter's limo arrival, waving to crowd; cuts to inside convention hall, but no sound; then cuts to convention resolutions (again); returns to Chaikin introducing Carter, and the beginning of Carter's speech.
September 28; first 2 minutes has sound but no picture

  50  
Resolutions of the Convention
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.

  50  
Convention, 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.

  50  
Convention, 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

  50  
Convention, 1980. Continuation of 252
September 28; Carter talks about reducing dependency on OPEC; Sound quits as Carter leaves.

  50  
Convention, 1980.
22 Audio Tapes

  50  
Sunday night Party
  51a  
Untitled. Side 3
¼" x 7"; June 1, 1983

  51a  
Untitled. Side 6
¼" x 7"; June 1, 1983

  51a  
Untitled. Side 7
¼" x 7"; June 1, 1983

  51a  
Untitled. Side 10
¼" x 7"; June 1, 1983

  51a  
Untitled. Side 11
¼" x 7"; June 1, 1983

  51a  
Untitled. Side 1
¼" x 7"; June 2, 1983

  51a  
Untitled. Side 2
¼" x 7"; June 2, 1983

  51a  
Untitled. Side 5
¼" x 7"; June 2, 1983

  51a  
Untitled. Side 6
¼" x 7"; June 2, 1983

  51a  
Untitled. Side 9
¼" x 7"; June 2, 1983

  51a  
Untitled. Side 10
¼" x 7"; June 2, 1983

  51a  
Untitled. Side. 1
¼" x 7"; June 3, 1983

  51a  
Untitled. Side 2
¼" x 7"; June 3, 1983

  51a  
Untitled. Side 5
¼" x 7"; June 3, 1983

  51a  
Untitled. Side 6
¼" x 7"; June 3, 1983

  51  
ILGWU Chorus
¼" x 7"; May 27, 1983

  51  
Untitled. Side 1
¼" x 7"; May 27, 1983

  51  
Untitled. Side 2
¼" x 7"; May 27, 1983

  51  
Untitled. Side 5
¼" x 7"; May 27, 1983

  51  
Untitled. Side 6
¼" x 7"; May 27, 1983

  51  
Untitled. Side 1
¼" x 7"; May 30, 1983

  51  
Untitled. Side 2
¼" x 7"; May 30, 1983

  51  
Untitled. Side 5
¼" x 7"; May 30, 1983

  51  
Untitled. Side 6
¼" x 7"; May 30, 1983

  51  
Untitled. Side 9
¼" x 7"; May 30, 1983

  51  
Untitled. Side 1
¼" x 7"; May 31, 1983

  51  
Untitled. Side 2
¼" x 7"; May 31, 1983

  51  
Untitled. Side 3
¼" x 7"; May 31, 1983

  51  
Untitled. Side 6
¼" x 7"; May 31, 1983

  51  
Untitled. Side 7
¼" x 7"; May 31, 1983

  51  
Untitled. Side 1
¼" x 7"; June 1, 1983

  51  
Untitled. Side 2
¼" x 7"; June 1, 1983

  51  
ILGWU
3 audiocassettes; May 30, A.M.

  51  
ILGWU
5 audiocassettes; June 2, 1986, A.M.

  51  
ILGWU
5 audiocassettes; June 3, 1986, A.M.

  51  
ILGWU
6 audiocassettes; June 4, 1986, A.M.

  51  
ILGWU
4 audiocassettes; June 5, 1986

  51  
ILGWU
2 audiocassettes; June 6, 1986, A.M.

  52  
Convention, 1983 - Old Camera.
VHS; 120 min.; Same time frame as v11, with stationary camera not focused on speaker or action.

  52  
Convention, 1983 -New Camera, Tape #1.
VHS; 120 min.; Includes Conductor Malcolm Dodds 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 Ronald Hallman. Chaikin speaks for duration of tape.

  52  
Convention, 1983 -New Camera, Tape #2.
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.

  52  
Convention, 1983 - Education Committee, Law Committee, Work Standards, officer reports, organization.
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).

  52  
Convention, 1983 - Friday 5/27/83- 5/28/83, committees - resolutions, social and labor, ILGWU Institution and Welfare, and International Affairs committees.
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

  52  
Convention, 1983 - New Camera, Monday 5/30/83, Morning Tape #1.
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.

  52  
1983 Convention-New Camera, Monday 5/30/83, Morning Tape #2, Afternoon Tape #1.
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

  52  
1983 Convention-Old Camera, Monday 5/30/83.
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 Zensen 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

  52  
1983 Convention-New Camera, Monday 5/30/83, Afternoon Tape #2.
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

  52  
1983 Convention-Old Camera, Monday 5/30/83, Morning and Afternoon.
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

  52  
1983 Convention-New Camera, Tuesday 5/31/83, Morning Tape #1.
VHS; 120 min.; Rabbi Robert Frazen , Secretary Daniels, Congressmen James Wright , praises Paula Green and Malcolm Dodds 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

  52  
1983 Convention-New Camera, Tuesday 5/31/83, Morning Tape #2, Afternoon Tape #1.
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

  52  
1983 Convention- New Camera, Tuesday 5/31/1983
VHS; 120 min.; May 31, 1983

  52  
1983 Convention- Old Camera, Tuesday 5/31/1983
VHS; 120 min.; May 31, 1983

  52  
1983 Convention- Old Camera, Wednesday 6/1/1983
VHS; 120 min.; June 1, 1983

  52  
1983 Convention - New Camera, Wednesday 6/1/1983
VHS; 120 min.; June 1, 1983

  52  
1983 Convention- New Camera, Wednesday, 6/1/1983
VHS; 120 min.; June 1, 1983

  52  
1983 Convention- New Camera, Tuesday 6/2/1983
VHS; 120 min.; June 2, 1983

  52  
1983 Convention- New Camera, Wednesday 6/1/1983
VHS; 120 min.; June 1, 1983

  52  
1983 Convention- New Camera. Wednesday 6/1/1983
VHS; 120 min.; June 1 1983

  52  
1983 Convention - Old Camera, Thursday 6/2/1983
VHS; 120 min.; June 2, 1983

  52  
1983 Convention- New Camera, Friday 6/3/1983
VHS; 120 min.; June 3, 1983

  52  
1983 Convention- New Camera, Friday 6/3/1983
VHS; 120 min.; June 3, 1983

  52  
1983 Convention- Old Camera, Friday 6/3/1983
VHS; 120 min.; June 3, 1983

  52  
1983 Convention- Old Camera, Friday 6/3/1983
VHS; 120 min.; June 3, 1983

  53  
ILGWU "Teleconference Montage" about imports
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.

  53  
Convention 1983; WPLG And WCKT TV News Miami, Hollywood FLA.
June

  53  
Sol Chaikin on CBS News - history of ILGWU and problem with imports
June

  53  
Miscellaneous News
Competitive advantage held by foreign manufacturers paying low wages, Japanese representative says that Japan has the same problem.

  53  
Senator Mondale with David Brinkley
September

  53  
Senator Mondale with David Brinkley
3/4" U-Matic; 30 min.; September 1983

  53  
Jane Whitney Show, Philadelphia; "Buy American"
March; about exported jobs and unemployment

  53  
Sweatshops
September 8; Union and non-Union sweatshops visited, unsanitary, unsafe, Mafia suspected in trucking industry overcharging.

  53  
ILGWU Ike Pappa - CBS Morning News
June 3

  53  
Governor Mario Cuomo Endorsed (over Mayor Ed Koch) by ILGWU President Sol Chaikin
  53  
PM Magazine profile, WDVM-TV Washington, DC (Ch. 9) on Evy (Evelyn) Dubrow, Queen of the lobbyists; talks to legislators and WDC staff
April; Union Label Commercial; tracking problem 1st 30 sec; Missing

  53  
PM Magazine profile, WDVM-TV Washington D.C. (Channel 9) on Evelyn Dubrow, Queen of the lobbyists; talks to legislators and Washington, D.C. staff. Union Label commercial
3/4" U-Matic; April 1982

  53  
Solidarity Day Protest March on WDC
September; ILGWU Chorus, News Shows, President Reagan's Labor Policies; [web has Sept. 19, 1981]

  53  
Solidarity Day Protest March on WDC. ILGWU Chorus, News Shows, President Reagan's Labor Policies.
3/4" U-Matic; 10 min.; September 8

  53  
Atlanta auditions and interviews about the impact of ILGWU in their lives
Union Label Chorus

  53  
Union Label Chorus. Atlanta auditions and interviews about the impact of ILGWU in their lives.
3/4 " U-Matic; 3 min.; October 1979

  53  
Issues Campaign Spots. Education, Jobs Taxes, Health Rights, Minorities.
  53  
Issues Campaign Spots. Education, Jobs Taxes, Health Rights, Minorities.
3/4 " U-Matic; 30 sec.

  53  
Public Service Announcements
  53  
Public Service Announcements.
3/4" U-MATIC; 14.6 min.

  53  
[No title]
16mm; 9.2 min.

  53  
[No title]
16mm; 9.2 min.

  53  
[No title]
16mm; 9.2 min

  54  
C1- NBC News brief on David Dubinsky's death. C2- CBS News story, same subject
September 29; C2- pictures and colors not stable throughout

  54  
CBS Evening News with Dan Rather - new story on David Dubinsky's death
September 29; C2 is in better condition as C1

  54  
NBC Local News story on David Dubinsky's death
September 29; C1 better than C2

  54  
NBC Local News with Chuck Scarborough - story on David Dubinsky's death
September 29; C1 better than C2

  54  
NBC Nightly News - story on David Dubinsky's death
September 17

  54  
Channel 7 Eyewitness News- story on David Dubinsky's death
September 17

  54  
WOR-TV Noon News- Story on David Dubinsky's death
September 17

  54  
WPIX-TV INDEPENDENT NETWORK NEWS- Story on David Dubinsky's death
September 17

  55  
"David Dubinsky Dies" - Del Frank reporting
September 29; does not play

  55  
"David Dubinsky Dies." Paula Green Advertising
September 19; same as 279; color is worse

  55  
Local 23-25 Chinatown Rally 1
Tape 1, early arrivals, Union Label song (Chinese and English), Jay Mazur, Shui Mak Ka

  55  
Local 23-25 Chinatown rally 2
Tape 1, Jay Mazur, Shui Mak Ka, Sol Chaikin, Alice Tse, and off-air television coverage

  55  
Local 23-25 Chinatown Rally 1 Tape 3
June 24; cutaways; street before rally and inside park, phone bank, ILGWU van driving through streets of NY Cit; no sound

  55  
Local 23-25 Chinatown Rally 1 Tape 2
June 24; Lily Moy, Sol Chaikin, Harry Van Arsdale, Jr., Margaret Fung, Yuk Lai Leu, Kathy Andrade, and Kai P. Wong.

  55  
Local 23-25 Chinatown Rally 2 Tape 2
July 15; inside park, Canal Street during march; Tape sticks out of cassette

  55  
Local 23-25 Chinatown Rally 2 Tape 3
July 15; film-tape transfer (both rallies and march); video grainy; no sound

  56  
Sol Chaikin - Democratic Response to Reagan's State of the Union Address CBS-TV
January 23; VHS

  56  
Gus Tyler - "New York People"
April 21; Live at Five - Ch. 4, SCC - Cable News Network; VHS

  56  
"Miles of Smiles, Years of Struggles," "Can we afford retirement?" and "Once upon a time"
WNET Labor Day

  56  
Phillips Center, Interviewer training, Parts 1-3
VHS; 120 min.

  56  
5AM America; Donovan and Sol Chaikin
VHS; 120 min.

  56  
The State of the Union: A Democratic View. DH Sawyer and Associates
VHS; 21.8 min.; January 26, 1983

  56  
Under His Thumb
3/4" U-Matic; 30 min.; WPXI-TV Pittsburgh

  56  
Sol Chaikin Interview
July 9

  56  
Sol Chaikin Speech at the Democratic National Convention
August 27; Madison Square Garden, NY

  56  
Sol Chaikin Speech at the Democratic National Convention
3/4" U- Matic; Madison Square Garden, New York City, August 27, 1980

  56  
Minimum wage, Should Kids Get Less?
3/4" U-Matic, 30 min.; December 2, 1980

  56  
Sol Chaikin - ILGWU CNN-TV
September 6

  56  
Sol Chaikin - ILGWU
September 6; ABC, Good Morning America

  56  
Mini Documentary on ILGWU Lino Manocchia Channel 47
  56  
Sol Chaikin, President of ILGWU
August 5; Good Morning America over ABC TV

  56  
Sol Chaikin, President Of ILGWU
August 5; Good Morning America over ABC TV

  56  
Straight talk
3/4" U-Matic; November 18, 1980

  56  
Sol Goldberg - Focus on NJ
  56  
Summer Semester Program #1 SCC Phil Doke
  57  
Television Clips; Labor Day
Sol Chaikin/Abe Raskin; VHS

  57  
In-House Polling: A New Technique For Organizing.
VHS; 120 min.

  57  
Starobin , Ch. 5 News; Sol Chaikin, Ch.2 News
December 2 and January 11; VHS

  57  
"The Last Word" on Medicare $ + Union Organizing
January 31; Barbaro - ABC; VHS

  57  
20/20 - Sweatshops
VHS

  57  
Ch. 41 News - Amy Gonzales; Ch.2 - Starobin
July 30 and September 13; VHS

  57  
Labor Video Bulletin #3: "Labor in the Computer Age," "America Works," "Unions: On the Air" by the Labor Institute of Public Affairs
VHS; 25 min.; Labor Institute of Public Affairs

  57  
Labor Video Bulletin #4: "The Video Bulletin Update," "Regional Conference: Los Angeles," "Solidarity Day III Report" by the Labor Institute of Public Affairs
VHS; 25 min.; Labor Institute of Public Affairs

  57  
Houston Organizing Project
March 5; NBC-TV; VHS

  57  
Labor Video Bulletin #1: "VFW/SEUI Organizing Drive," "Community Services Conference," "Legislative Report" "Unemployment Up and I'm Down" by the Labor Institute of Public Affairs
VHS; 45 min.; Labor Institute of Public Affairs

  57  
Labor Video Bulletin #2: "Molders Magic Chef Strike," "CIPA: A Voice for Labor in the Electronic Media" by the Labor Institute of Public Affairs
VHS; 30 min.; Labor Institute of Public Affairs

  57  
An Idea Whose Time Has Come. US Dept of Commerce
VHS; 12.5 min.

  57  
Sik, C., Sol Chaikin - Summer Semester
May; VHS

  57  
Sol Goldberg - Focus on NJ
VHS

  57  
"Garment Industry Protests Imports" Ten O'clock News WNEW-TV.
VHS; 10 min.; WNEW; June 17

  57  
Sol Chaikin "Undocumented Workers," Live at Five WCBS
VHS: 120 min.; TV WCBS

  57  
"Union Maids," "Jewish Anarchists"
VHS; WNET; (G. Tyler).

  57  
Labor Video Bulletin #5: Labor's Learning Center; Local TV Spots for Labor; Excerpt from "Inside your Schools" by the Labor Institute of Public Affairs
VHS; 30 min.

  57  
Sol Chaikin Interview, "The Market Today" FNN.
VHS; 120 min.; August 15, 1983

  57  
Union Label Commercials. Crafted with Pride in the USA Council; Crafted with Pride 1987 Commercials; "Pocketbook Patriotism," 6PM News WTMJ.
3/4" U-Matic

  57  
"Labor Looks at the Eighties Featuring Sol Chaikin of the ILGWU"
The Institute of Collective Bargaining and Group Relations, Inc. Presents

  57  
Japan vs. USA: Hi-Tech Shootout, WNBC-TV.
3/4" U-Matic; August 14

  57  
Unity House
3/4" U-Matic and Betacam SP; 32 min.

  57  
Unity House
3/4" U-Matic and VHS; 25 min.

  57  
Local 23-25 Rally [Chinatown].
3/4" U-Matic; 60 min.; June 24, 1982

  57  
Harris Zinn - "Straight Talk"
July 13; WOR TV

  57  
Political Conference
May 5; Cox Cable News

  58  
ILGWU Reel #1 of 2 with Visual Readout
September 13; Teleconcepts.[Convention, 1983]

  58  
ILGWU Reel #2 of 2 with Visual Readout
September 13; Teleconcepts.[Convention, 1983]

  58  
ILGWU Master Reel (1and2) with Visual Readout
September 13; Teleconcepts; [Convention, 1983]

  58  
"ILGWU Rally" With Visual Readout
April 27; Testimonials by protesters; Chaikin speaks; picture quits periodically

  58  
"Roll-back Imports" rally and 34th street march
April 28; outside Macy's (Herald Square); Sol Chaikin speaks

  58  
ILGWU Videoconference Part III, Reel 1
April 23; End of Rally at Herald Square, additional ILGWU interviews and testimonials. May return to the Teleconference

  58  
ILGWU - Reel 1. Interview with Irma Davies; Five other interviews
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

  58  
ILGWU - Reel 2 WETA
April 19

  58  
ILGWU cassette #1 Part 1
April 23; Chaikin says the over-riding problems are imports and general non-union competition. Takes questions from Local leaders

  58  
ILGWU cassette #2 Part 2
April 23; President Sol Chaikin. Staff meeting continued

  58  
ILGWU cassette #3 Part 1. Interviews with some of the same people from v310
April 23; Beginning of national teleconference. Features Edward B. Shils, PhD, from the Knitted Outerwear Manufacturers Association

  58  
ILGWU cassette #4 Part 2
April 2; Teleconference continued, with Lane Kirkland, President AFL-CIO, Evelyn Dubrow, Tip O'Neill, Sol Chaikin takes phone calls

  58  
Garment Workers Union Rally
April 23; NBC, ABC, CBS, PIX, CNN. Radio TV Reports, Inc.

  58  
Immigrant Sweatshop Workers in Union City, NJ
November 19; WNEW- TV

  59  
ILGWU Fall River Reel 1
April 12; Teleconcepts

  59  
ILGWU, Mos O'Neill, Tsongas
  59  
Rally - Herald Square
April 23; Teleconcepts

  59  
ILGWU Fall River Reel 2
April 12; Teleconcepts

  59  
ILGWU - Master Clip Reel #3
April 21; Show Master

  59  
ILGWU - Master Clip Reel #2
April 21; Teleconcepts.

  60  
ILGWU - Leadered Cuts
May 18

  60  
"Map of USA" ILGWU 1 production materials
May 18

  60  
Look for the Union Label
1" magnetic reel; Audio master; Audio cassette transferred to 1"; May 20, 1983

  60  
Sol Chaikin, Reel #2, ILGWU
1" reel; April 23, 1983

  60  
Two/Two for the Union. ILGWU
1" reel; 1.5 min.; May 19, 1983

  60  
ILGWU - Various Cassettes
May 18; (2 Copies and 1 original of Enclosed List)

  60  
ILGWU copy - leadered cuts; "Look for the Union Label" made from video master #5780 73-24 on February 23, 1990
2 audiocassettes

  60  
ILGWU Protest Telconcepts
April 20

  60  
Open/Elenet Unmixed Audio, VT#19
May 19

  61  
ILGWU Reel 1 Part 1 - Sol Chaikin
April 23

  61  
ILGWU Reel 6 Part 2 - Sol Chaikin
April 23

  61  
ILGWU Reel 3 Part 1 - Sol Chaikin
April 23

  61  
ILGWU Reel 4 Part 2 - Sol Chaikin
April 23

  61  
ILGWU Reel 5 Part 1 - Sol Chaikin
April 23

  61  
ILGWU Protest March KDKA-TV
April 23

  61  
Garment Workers Union Rally - NBC, ABC, CBS
April 23

  62  
Somma Mattress Strike; Los Angeles, California
September; VHS

  62  
Import Rally, Harrisburg, PA
April 10; VHS

  62  
Gerber - Advanced Technology for the Apparel Industry
VHS

  62  
Gerber - Advanced Technology for the Apparel Industry
VHS

  62  
Economics U$A; Program 24
Labor and Management; PBS 122; VHS

  62  
"Triangle Fire and Interview with Leon Stein" by Sheridan Elson
May 27; VHS

  62  
Reagan: The Rhetoric and the Reality, CWA
VHS

  62  
"Pinnacle," ILGWU
VHS

  62  
Women in the ILGWU, Evelyn (Evy) Dubrow Roast
February 27; VHS

  62  
Eddie Gonzalez. Last in a series of Public Speaking Courses for 35 Hispanic women in the ILGWU
October; VHS

  62  
Campaign for America's Future - "Stand with us, America."
September; long commercial for labor movement

  62  
TV's Bloopers and Practical Jokes; Commercial Segment: "Jingles."
  62  
"The Willmar 8."
September 17; Eight female bank employees in Willmar, MN strike to receive equal pay. Narrated by Lee Green. Aired on PBS, WNET- Newark, NJ

  62  
"Crafted with Pride in USA; "Cathy," "Diahann," "O.J"
July 22; Union Label commercials; James Caan at the end of each cut ; Warwick Advertising

  62  
"Crafted with Pride in USA; "Cathy," "Diahann," "O.J"
July 25; Union label commercials; Horn/Eisenberg; James Caan at the end of each cut

  62  
Portrait of America, "Connecticut."
  62  
Sol Chaikin - "Daybreak" - CBS
November 20; (TV spots, imports, labors' problems)

  63a  
ILGWU Local 91-105 Education Department
September 28

  63b  
Man of the Sky
December 26

  63c  
Local 91 50th Year
April

  63d  
Fall and Winter Fashion 1961-1962
  63e  
Fall and Winter Fashion 1961-1962; Fashions USA
  63  
Jael and Minute Joshove 1961-1962
  64a  
The Stevenson Story "The Pursuit of Happiness"
January 28; Democratic Political Film; Democratic Committee for Arts

  64  
1950 ILGWU Jubilee Convention; Print #13
January 27

  65a  
S and S 1961 [Spring and Summer Fashions?]
  65b  
S and S 1962 [Spring and Summer Fashions?]
  65c  
S and S 1962 [Spring and Summer Fashions?]
  65d  
1950 ILGWU Jubilee Convention
January 3; print #2

  65e  
1950 ILGWU Jubilee Convention
January 27; print #10 TV

  65  
Fashion Picture
Spring

  66a  
"Who Makes Your Clothes"
  66b  
"Who Makes Your Clothes"
  66c  
"Who Makes Your Clothes"
  66d  
"Who Makes Your Clothes"
  66e  
"Who Makes Your Clothes"
  66f  
"Who Makes Your Clothes" Ladies Dresses; Union Garment
  66g  
"Who Makes Your Clothes"
  66h  
"Who Makes Your Clothes"
  66I  
"Who Makes Your Clothes"
  66  
"My Name is Mary Brown"
  67a  
"Before the Day"
May 22

  67b  
AFL-CIO Convention 1961; Miami, Florida
July

  67c  
"Human Reproduction"
December

  67d  
"Looking Ahead" (Social Security)
  67e  
"Of Human Rights"
June

  67f  
Eric R.B
April

  67g  
"Cast Me Not Off" Print #2
August

  67h  
"Dues and the Union"
August

  67I  
"The Coolibah Tree"
December

  67j  
"Politics is Money" COPE Film #2
October

  67  
"City of Hope"
  68a  
"Fashion Picture"
Spring

  68b  
"Do It" AFL-CIO COPE
  68c  
"1968- Labor's Year of Challenge"
  68d  
"Big Business in Politics"
October

  68e  
"Good Work for Democracy"
October

  68f  
Check-off: The only way to go
  68g  
Fashions USA "Spring and Summer Fashions"
  68h  
No Title
  68I  
"Our Union"
June; Local 91; Print #2

  68  
"Look for the Label"
April

  69a  
"With These Hands"
  69b  
"With These Hands"
  69c  
News
Title tape torn

  69d  
Take-Up
16mm

  69  
Rewind- End Born Equal
  70a  
Bill Blass
  70b  
Carol White sewing label
  70c  
Who Makes Your Clothes
  70d  
Who Makes Your Clothes
  70e  
Cut Version "With These Hands"
September; Local 91-105

  70  
Marinaretti Di Mondello; Children in Sailor's Uniforms
  71a  
[No Title]
  71b  
[No Title]
  71c  
[No Title]
  71d  
"Marvin Has It Made"
  71e  
"Who Makes Your Clothes"
  71f  
Public Speaking Class
October

  71g  
American Fashions
Fall and Spring, 1962-1963

  71  
[No Title]
  72a  
Fall and Winter Fashions
  72b  
1958 Dressmakers Strike
Part 2 only

  72c  
AFL-CIO Sixth Constitutional Convention
Copy; Full Track; December 10; San Francisco, CA; 2nd Day AM Session; George Meany Intro to Leon Stein, Past President ILPA

  72c  
Interview. Leon with Desmond Wilcox
March; 1/2 track; 3 3/4 ips

  72c  
BBC TV Interview. Miriam, Barbara, Scott and Desmond Wilcox
1/2 track; 3 3/4 ips; March

  72c  
Unknown Reel
Film

  72c  
The Triangle Fire. As Told by Leon Stein
Tape Cassette; Silver Spring, MD; 3c

  72c  
ILGWU Convention. "On The Move" ILG Chorus
Hollywood, FL; Tape Cassette

  72c  
ILGWU "An American Christmas"
:60 Radio; Okay; Paula Green; November 29; Tape Cassette

  72c  
Fall Faculty Meeting. Lecture by Leon Stein
August 25; Tape Cassette

  72c  
ILGWU 98.5 KRZ
Tape Cassette; June 26; 2 x 60

  72c  
ILGWU WKR2
Tape Cassette; 2 at :60

  72c  
Triangle Fire I. Leon Stein
Tape Cassette

  72c  
Unknown Cassette
Tape Cassette; Atlas Films, NYC, NY;

  72d  
[untitled]
16mm

  72  
[No Title]
  73  
Special report #7 (Audition)
Radio transcription disc

  73  
Labor's Challenge - Story of Organized Labor in the United States
Radio transcription disc

  73  
Frank Edwards for Sam Beyers
LP record album

  73  
Frank Edwards
Radio transcription disc

  73  
Labor's Challenge
Radio transcription disc

  73  
Let's Live Democracy
Radio transcription disc

  73  
To Secure These Rights
Radio transcription disc

  73  
Frank Edwards
Radio transcription disc

  73  
Frank Edwards
Radio transcription disc

  73  
Frank Edwarrds - News Commentary
Radio transcription disc

  73  
Meet Your Union - ILGWU Local 99
Radio transcription disc

  74  
Women in Industry (parts 1 and 2)
Radio transcription disc

  74  
Women in Industry (parts 3 and 4)
Radio transcription disc

  74  
The Fifth Union Industries' Show
Radio transcription disc

  74  
History of the U.S. Department of Labor
Radio transcription disc

  74  
Samuel Gompers - Man of Labor
Radio transcription disc

  74  
Story of Organized Labor in the United States
Radio transcription disc

  74  
Prime Minister Parri
Radio transcription disc

  74  
Reports on the Labor Front (side 2)
Radio transcription disc

  74  
Reports on the Labor Front (side 1)
Radio transcription disc

  74  
UMBAY - Evening Show
Radio transcription disc

  74  
Hear It Now - Garment Workers Union
Radio transcription disc

  75  
Honorable Angello Corsi, Undersecretary of the Department of Interior
Radio transcription disc

  75  
Luigi Antonini
Radio transcription disc; September 27, 1946

  75  
Stevenson San Francisco, Civil Liberties - WJZ, 8:30-9:00pm (part 1)
Radio transcription disc

  75  
Stevenson San Francisco, Civil Liberties - WJZ, 8:30-9:00pm (part 2)
Radio transcription disc

  75  
ILGWU of October 8, 1952
Radio transcription disc

  75  
Dixiecrats Civil Rights Re-broadcast
Radio transcription disc

  75  
ILGWU Campaign Committee; Truman, Jessel, Bette Davis
Radio transcription disc

  75  
ILGWU Campaign Committee; ABC Net; Truman, Jessel, Bette Davis
Radio transcription disc

  75  
ILGWU; ABC Network show
Radio transcription disc; October 22, 1952

  75  
Prime Minister Parri of Italy
Radio transcription disc; October 10, 1945

  75  
Prime Minister Parri of Italy
Radio transcription disc; October 10, 1945

  76  
ILGWU - Los Angeles; Operator 77 - Program 6 (part 2)
Radio transcription disc

  76  
Mr. Fraud - The Right-to-Wreck Man, AFL Department of Education
Radio transcription disc

  76  
David Dubinsky, ILGWU; Madison Square Garden
Radio transcription disc; May 27, 1940

  76  
David Dubinsky speech - ILGWU; Madison Square Garden
Radio transcription disc; May 27, 1940

  76  
David Dubinsky speech - ILGWU; Madison Square Garden
Radio transcription disc; May 27, 1940

  76  
Governor Lehman, David Dubinsky; Madison Square Garden
Radio transcription disc; May 27, 1940

  76  
Governor Lehman - ILGWU; Madison Square Garden
Radio transcription disc; May 28, 1940

  76  
Governor Lehman's speech, introduction by David Dubinsky; Madison Square Garden
Radio transcription disc

  76  
Luigi Antonini, introduced by Van Montana; Paris
Radio transcription disc; October 12, 1946

  76  
Cavalera Rusticana, WEVD, Local 89 show
Radio transcription disc; April 8, 1939

  76  
Luigi Antonini address for May Day 1939 in Boston
Radio transcription disc; May 1, 1939

  77  
The Golden Needle, starring Dorothy McGuire (side 2 of 2)
Radio transcription disc; Tuesday, January 17, 1950

  77  
The Golden Needle, starring Dorothy McGuire (side 1 of 2)
Radio transcription disc; Tuesday, January 17, 1950

  77  
UMBAY; afternoon show
Radio transcription disc; Octover 12, 1954

  77  
UMBAY; afternoon show
Radio transcription disc

  77  
Luigi Antonini, Columbus Day address
Radio transcription disc

  77  
Labor for Victory
Radio transcription disc; October 10, 1943

  77  
Senator William Benton, Voice of Local 89
Radio transcription disc; May 3, 1952

  77  
Ministro della Difesa on R. Pacciardi; 80th anniversario della morte di G. Mazzini
Radio transcription disc

  77  
ILGWU Los Angeles; Operator 77, program 1-2
Radio transcription disc

  77  
ILGWU Los Angeles; Operator 77, program 3-4
Radio transcription disc

  77  
ILGWU Los Angeles; Operator 77, program 5-6
Radio transcription disc

  78  
U.S. at work (part 3)
Radio transcription disc; October 10, 1947

  78  
Luigi Antonini from Rome; Speech by Honorable Guiseppe Saragot, introduction by Honorable Lupis
Radio transcription disc; September 20, 1946

  78  
Luigi Antonini from Rome
Radio transcription disc; September 13, 1946

  78  
Luigi Antonini from Rome
Radio transcription disc; August 30, 1946

  78  
UMBAY - Evening show
Radio transcription disc; October 12, 1954

  78  
Luigi Antonini from Paris (part 2)
Radio transcription disc; August 24, 1946

  78  
Luigi Antonini from Paris (part 1)
Radio transcription disc; August 24, 1946

  78  
Treca at Venezuela
Radio transcription disc; January 12, 1957

  78  
Luigi Antonini
Radio transcription disc; January 19, 1957

  78  
FDR [President Franklin D. Roosevelt] Anti-Polio Drive
Radio transcription disc; January 26, 1957

  78  
Eddie Cantor Show, WFDR
Radio transcription disc; transcribed to disc September 26, 1949

  79  
David Dubinsky
Radio transcription disc

  79  
Local 91, Harry Greenberg; WEVD
Radio transcription disc; October 23, 1935

  79  
David Dubinsky - Human Interest; afternoon show
Radio transcription disc; October 12, 1954

  79  
David Dubinsky - Human Interest; afternoon show
Radio transcription disc

  79  
Syd Slapery - Sports program
Radio transcription disc; January 11, 1950

  79  
United Nations Appeal for Children; Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt
Radio transcription disc; April 13, 1948

  79  
Address by Senator Paul Douglas
Radio transcription disc

  79  
Address by Senator Herbert Lehman
Radio transcription disc

  79  
Eric Severoid from London; ILGWU-MFG Russian Relief Benefit
Radio transcription disc; January 21, 1945

  79  
U.S. at Work (part 1)
Radio transcription disc; October 10, 1947

  79  
U.S. at Work (part 2)
Radio transcription disc; October 10, 1947

  79  
David Dubinsky - Political; afternoon show
Radio transcription disc

  79  
David Dubinsky - Political; afternoon show
Radio transcription disc

  79  
Unlabelled
Radio transcription disc

  80  
Senator Hubert Humphrey of National Conference of Labor's League for Political Education (parts 1 and 4)
LP record album

  80  
Senator Hubert Humphrey of National Conference of Labor's League for Political Education (parts 2 and 5)
LP record album

  80  
We can win in 1960 (part 6); Senator Hubert Humphrey of National Conference of Labor's League for Political Education (part 3)
LP record album

  80  
The Northeast Sings
LP record album

  80  
The Northeast Sings
LP record album

  80  
The Northeast Sings
LP record album

  80  
The Northast Sings
LP record album

  81  
ILGWU Convention, tapes #1-5; Carter at convention, #1-2 (6 hour mode)
VHS

  81  
Coverage of ILGWU Chorus rehearsal; WTOP Radio (CBS)
Audiocassette; Chaikin also singing; Washington, D.C., December 15, 1977

  81  
Horizons series, National Public Radio; "Battle in the Sweatshops"
Audiocassette; broadcast March 19, 1980; reporter/producer: Leslie Breeding

  81  
Hearing on S-680, the Textile and Apparel Trade Enforcement Act of 1985
Audiocassette

  81  
Crafted With Pride: A song for America's textile workerrs
Record album, incudes letter and newspaper clipping

  81  
Triangle Fire: 75th anniversary, WBAI News
Audiocassette; produced by Kathy Dobie and Amy Goodman

  81  
ILGWU "Veto" #671 and "Washington Veto" #672
Audiocassette; "Veto" :50 pre-recorded, :10 live; "Washington Veto" full :60

  82  
ILGWU Rally
VHS; Washington, D.C.; edited 1992; 4 minutes

  82  
Advanced Southern Labor School
5" audio reel; Tampa, May 1, 1971

  82  
Histadrut
5" audio reel; 1st side, Sol C. Chaikin, Toastmaster; 2nd side, David Gingold address; American Hotel, February 12, 1970; taped by William Arnold

  82  
American Free Trade Union Council for Histadrut Conference
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

  82  
Labor Press Conference, "American Labor and Israel"
7" audio reel; Guest Sol Chaikin, Sunday, January 26, 1969

  83  
SCC Press Conference
September; Soutgh Africa -AFL-CIO

  83  
Sol Chaikin - Madrid Conference; JLC National Executive Board Meeting
January 19

  83  
ILGWU Radiot Spots
May 14

  83  
Koch Endorsement
July 30

  83  
Economic Strategies for the 1980s; What Can Leaders Do?
  83  
1981 Centennial Convention; Mr Chaiken, President ILGWU on Resolution #30
New York Sheraton Centre Hotel

  83  
America's the Name
7 songs on Side 1; 7 songs on Side 2

  83  
ILGWU Radio Spots
May 14

  83  
Arden House, continued
June 6; Collective Bargaining

  83  
"Sherrye Henry Program" - "Minimum Wages"
January 22; WOR Radio; Guest-Phil Comstock

  83  
Lane Kirkland's Euology at George Meany's Funeral
  83  
13th Constituional Convention - Keynote Speech of George Meany, President, AFL-CIO
November 15; Shearton Washington Hotel - Washington, D.C.

  83  
Louisiana Radio Review
  83  
Morning Edition - Imports in Garment Industry
July 27; WNYC

  83  
President George Meany's Last Speech to the AFL-CIO
  83  
Metropolitan America; Business and Labor
  83  
The Bob Grant Program
December2

  83  
SCC at IUO - Industrial Policy
May 11; New York

  83  
C. Zimmerman Luncheon
April 4; Chick Chaikin; Hotel Roosevelt

  83  
C. Zimmerman Luncheon
April 4; Chick Chaikin; Hotel Roosevelt

  83  
Friends of Carter-Hondale Dinner
October 24; Hyatt Regency Hotel

  83  
Dubrow - Easton Inst.
October 7

  83  
Dubrow - Easton Inst.
October 7

  83  
Dubrow - Easton Inst.
October 7

  83  
Chick Chaikin (Side A); Histadrut
November

  83  
Morning Edition #840507; NC Senate Race
  83  
Arden House
June 6

  83  
Wilkis-Barre
February 8

  83  
Trade Debate; Strobin WOR Radio
September

  83  
Local 190; SC Chaikin; Dress Jr Board
March 9

  83  
Sol C Chaikin - 1984 AFL-CIO Civil Liberties Conference (Side A); Sol Chaikin Q & A - George Meany center for Labor Studies (Side B)
April

  83  
Chaikin Testimonial Speech
March 24

  83  
SCC - NY Regional Economists
April 24

  83  
Allentown
February 9

  83  
Save Social Security Spots
AFL-CIO; 30 seconds each spot

  83  
Allentown
February 9

  83  
WCBS Radio - "Let's Find Out"
December 26, 10:30 p.m.; Sol Chaiken guest; Steven Flanders moderator; Produced by Susan Veatch; 28:45

  83  
ILIGWU Cooperate Hosues - 21st Birthday Message
June; Sol C Chaikin, Presdient ILGWU

  83  
10 ILGWU Radio Spot
Roughs by Tony Schwartz

  84  
ILGWU "Apparel Jobs Abroad"
WCBS-TV Channel 2; 60 Minutes at 7 PM; September 27; Video Cassette; New York, NY

  84  
Would You Let Someone Do This To Your Sister?
Video Cassette

  84  
The Women of Summer & The Global Assembly Line
short version; Video Cassette

  84  
The Cooke Foundation for Special Education Presentation
5:00; New York, NY; Video Cassette

  84  
On The Job. Workplace Literacy & WLS News Story
Secretary of State Literacy Office, Illinois State Library; R.T. 16:40 and 3:54; Video Cassette

  84  
Ellis Island. Medals of Honor
WPIX Channel 11; July 3; Video Cassette

  84  
Silent Danger
English; Video Cassette

  84  
Chinatown Manpower Project Workplace Literacy Program
Garment-Related Bilingual TV Broadcast Lessons; Episode 9-15; Video Cassette

  84  
Across the River with Hedrick Smith
Hedrick Smith Productions, Bethesda, MD: Video Cassette

  84  
UNITE Convention Highlights
Video Cassette

  84  
The Truth Behind The Labels
Fechheimer Uniforms; Video Cassettte; 2c

  84  
Chinatown Manpower Project Workplace Literacy Program
Garment-Related Bilingual TV Broadcast Lesson; Episode 1-8; Video Cassette

  84  
Sewing Our Future. We Do The Work
16:00; Video Cassette

  84  
IGLWU It's About Jobs
Video Cassette; 2c

  84  
Zoned for Slavery. The Child Behind the Label
Video Cassette; New York, NY; National Labor Committee

  84  
Joining Hands. New Members Video
Local 23-25 ILGWU; English Version; 9:06; Video Cassette; New York, NY

  84  
ILGWU Health Care. Gus Tyler/Bill Moyers Interview
March 18; With End Title; :30; Paula Green Adv.; Video Cassette

  84  
ILGWU Chorus. IGLWU Convention
Hollywood, FL; June; Video Cassette

  84  
Medals of Honor Awards Gala
Ellis Island; May 16; 68:00; Video Cassette

  84  
Sharing What Works. Introduction to the Series
10:00; Center for Applied Linguistics & The Media Group, Washington D.C.; Video Cassette

  84  
Off Center. An Audio Update for Labor Leaders
Audio Cassette; Winter; George Meany Center for Labor Studies

  84  
Off Center. George Meany Center's Audio Magazine
Property of ACTWU Education Dept.; George Meany Center for Labor Studies; Audio Cassette

  84  
The Music of American Politics. Joe Glazer
Audio Cassette

  84  
The Triangle Fire. As Told By Leon Stein
Audio Cassette; Taped from Shorter Original tape

  84  
Sweet Life. It's All That We Deserve
Audio Cassette; Support the ITGLWF's Campaign Against Child Labour

  84  
New York City Labor Chorus
Martin Luther King Jr. High School; June 19, 8 PM; Live; Audio Cassette

  84  
IGLWU Anthem. Solidarity Forever. Look for the Union Label. Which Side are You On. Hold the Fort. Thousands with One Heart. We Shall Not Be Moved
Audio cassette; ILGWU Chinese Chorus/Conductor & Soloist Ka-Kam Chui

  84  
Unknown Audio Cassette
  84  
Bayard Rustin. The Singer
Audio cassette; 4c

  84  
Joe Glazer Sings Labor Songs
Audio cassette; 4c; Collector Records

  84  
We Are One
VHS; Local 23-25 Chinatown strike

  85  
Shop time and motion study. Woman sewing garment with sewing machine.
DVD copy of F04 (16mm film)

  86  
Shop time and motion study. Woman sewing garment with sewing machine
DVD copy of F04 (16mm film)

  87  
Shop time and motion study. Woman sewing garment with sewing machine
DVD copy of F05 (16mm film)

  88  
Shop time and motion study. Woman sewing garment with sewing machine
DVD copy of F05 (16mm film)

  89  
Shop time and motion study. Woman sewing garment with sewing machine
DVD copy of F06 (16mm film)

  90  
Shop time and motion study. Woman sewing garment with sewing machine
DVD copy of F06 (16mm film)

  91  
Shop time and motion study. Woman sewing garment with sewing machine
DVD copy of F07 (16mm film)

  92  
Shop time and motion study. Woman sewing garment with sewing machine
DVD copy of F07 (16mm film)

  93  
Shop time and motion study. Woman sewing garment with sewing machine
DVD copy of F08 (16mm film)

  94  
Shop time and motion study. Woman sewing garment with sewing machine
DVD copy of F08 (16mm film)

  95  
Shop time and motion study. Woman sewing garment with sewing machine
DVD copy of F09 (16mm film)

  96  
Shop time and motion study. Woman sewing garment with sewing machine
DVD copy of F09 (16mm film)

  97  
Shop time and motion study. Woman sewing garment with sewing machine.
DVD copy of F10 (16mm film)

  98  
Shop time and motion study. Woman sewing garment with sewing machine
DVD copy of F10 (16mm film)

  99  
Shop time and motion study. Woman sewing garment with sewing machine
DVD copy of F11 (16mm film)

  100  
Shop time and motion study. Woman sewing garment with sewing machine
DVD copy of F11 (16mm film)

  101  
Shop time and motion study. Woman sewing garment with sewing machine
DVD copy of F12 (16mm film)

  102  
Shop time and motion study. Woman sewing garment with sewing machine
DVD copy of F12 (16mm film)

  103  
Shop time and motion study. Woman sewing garment with sewing machine
DVD copy of F13 (16mm film)

  104  
Shop time and motion study. Woman sewing garment with sewing machine
DVD copy of F13 (16mm film)

  105  
Shop time and motion study. Woman sewing garment with sewing machine
DVD copy of F14 (16mm film)

  106  
Shop time and motion study. Woman sewing garment with sewing machine
DVD copy of F14 (16mm film)

  107  
Shop time and motion study. Woman sewing garment with sewing machine
DVD copy of F15 (16mm film)

  108  
Shop time and motion study. Woman sewing garment with sewing machine
DVD copy of F15 (16mm film)

  109  
Shop time and motion study. Woman sewing garment with sewing machine
DVD copy of F16 (16mm film)

  110  
Shop time and motion study. Woman sewing garment with sewing machine
DVD copy of F16 (16mm film)

  111  
Shop time and motion study. Woman sewing garment with sewing machine
DVD copy of F17 (16mm film)

  112  
Shop time and motion study. Woman sewing garment with sewing machine
DVD copy of F17 (16mm film)

  113  
Shop time and motion study. Woman sewing garment with sewing machine
DVD copy of F18 (16mm film)

  114  
Shop time and motion study. Woman sewing garment with sewing machine
DVD copy of F18 (16mm film)

  115  
Shop time and motion study. Woman sewing garment with sewing machine
DVD copy of F19 (16mm film)

  116  
Shop time and motion study. Woman sewing garment with sewing machine
DVD copy of F19 (16mm film)

  117  
Shop time and motion study. Text in film: 'hand assembly..."
DVD copy of F21 (16mm film)

  118  
Shop time and motion study. Text in film: 'cut out back lace...'
DVD copy of F22 (16mm film)

  119  
Shop time and motion study. August-April; Text in film: 'Flatlock, close, shoulder...'
DVD copy of F23 (16mm film)

  120  
Shop time and motion study. Various operations in garment shop...
DVD copy of F27 (16mm film)

  121  
Shop time and motion study. Various operations in garment shop...
DVD copy of F28 (16mm film)

  122  
Shop time and motion study. Various operations in garment shop...
DVD copy of F30 (16mm film)

  123  
Shop time and motion study. Various operations in garment shop...
DVD copy of F31 (16mm film)

  124  
Shop time and motion study. Various operations in garment shop...
DVD copy of F32 (16mm film)

  125  
Shop time and motion study. Various operations in garment shop...
DVD copy of F33 (16mm film)

  126  
Shop time and motion study. Various operations in garment shop...
DVD copy of F34 (16mm film)

  127  
Shop time and motion study. Compares 2 factories, Taylor Style Efficiency...
DVD copy of F39 (16mm film)

  128  
Shop time and motion study. Woman ironing small pieces of cloth
DVD copy of F40 (16mm film)

  129  
Shop time and motion study. Text in film: 'Stretch, work, and cut gadget...'
DVD copy of F41 (16mm film)

  130  
Shop time and motion study. Film depicts lack of improvement in the Blossom Plastics ...
DVD copy of F42 (16mm film)

  131  
Shop time and motion study. August 7; Text in film: 'Stitch Darts'
DVD copy of F43 (16mm film)

  132  
Shop time and motion study. Text in film: 'Work simplification...'
DVD copy of F44 (16mm film)

  133  
Union label commercials. Emma; Retired Worker
DVD recording of F55 (videotape)

  134  
Union label commercials. Emma; Retired Worker
DVD copy of F57 (videotape)

  135  
Union label commercials. 2 Commercials
DVD copy of F57a (videotape)

  136  
Union label commercials. 2 Commercials
DVD of F58 (videotape)

  137  
Union label commercials. Lillian
DVD copy of F58a (videotape)

  138  
Union labe commercials. 2 Commercials
DVD copy of F61 (videotape)

  139  
Sixth annual outing at Unity House. General membership meeting at Hotel Diplomat, recreational activities
DVD copy of F75 (16mm film)

  140  
Convention - Golden Jubilee
DVD copy of F93 (16mm film)

  141  
Union Health Center 50th Anniversary Celebration
DVD copy of F135a (16mm film)

  142  
Union Health Center 50th Anniversary Celebration...
DVD copy of F135b

  143  
Union Health Center 50th Anniversary Celebration...
DVD copy of F135c (16mm film)

  144  
Miscellaneous Rallies. Chorus and marching orchestra...
DVD copy of F142 (16mm film)

  145  
Miscellaneous Rallies. Chorus and marching orchestra...
DVD copy of F143 (16mm film)

  146  
Resolutions of the Convention. September 28, Support for ERA...
DVD copy of V247

  147  
Convention. Continuation of Carter's speech. September 28;
DVD copy of V248 (videotape)

  148  
We are one
DVD copy of "We Are One" videotape. Documentary on the Local 23-25 Chinatown Strike

  149  
Dressmakers Strike
DVD copy of 16mm film in box 72b, 5780 AV; for part 2, see DVD in box 315, 5780 F; copy 1.

  150  
Dressmakers Strike
DVD copy of 16mm film in box 72b, 5780 AV; for part 2, see DVD in box 315, 5780 F; copy 2.

  151  
Dressmakers Strike
DVD copy of 16mm film in box 72b, 5780 AV; for part 2, see DVD in box 315, 5780 F; copy 3.