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[Ladies Garment Workers Union; International], 1936-1970. 170 volumes

Contents: 
[1] Statement before the subcommittee on study of monopoly
power / by Lazare Teper, 1949 --
[2] Health and welfare
programs of New York City locals of the international ladies garment workers union / International Ladies Garment Workers Union, 1946 --
[3] Educational
qualification courses for officers / Educational Department, ILGWU, 1938 --
[4] Radio stations run by
labor / by Frederick F. Umhey, 1947 --
[5] Why is our
union different? / by Fannia M. Cohn, 1939 --
[6]
Leadership training institute as described by Tamaara Danish / Educational Department, ILGWU, 1947 --
[7] Why
adult labor education / by Fannia M. Cohn, 1957 --
[8]
Workers' education - the dream and the reality / by Fannia M. Cohn, 1948 --
[9] Why workers' education? / by
Fannia M. Cohn, 1947 --
[10] Union counseling / Waist
and Dress Joint Board, 1947 --
[11] Application for
admission to training institute / International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, 1952 --
[12] Function of
management in achieving sound labor relations / by Lazare Teper, 1949 --
[13] Women in America / from
Justice, 1955 --
[14] Garment workers: welfare unionism
/ by Mark Starr, 1954 --
[15] Workers' education in a
troubled world / by Fannia M. Cohn, 1949 --
[16] Union
participation in high productivity / by William Gomberg, 1946 --
[17] Organized farmers and workers / Educational
Department, ILGWU, 1941 --
[18] Memorandum on the
testimony of Dr. John V. Van Sickle / by Lazare Teper, 1948 --
[19] Union members learn to live and lead /
Educational Department, International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, 1953 --
[20] Adult labor education in a
troubled world: a guide for teachers / by Fannia M. Cohn, 1958 --
[21] Education is a must / Educational
Department, International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, 1971 --
[22] Seventh avenue - road to improved
labor-management relations / by Mark Starr, 1958 --
[23]
Philosophy of workers' education / by Fannia M. Cohn, 1948 --
[24] Union interest in engineering techniques /
by William Gomberg, 1946 --
[25] Understanding basic
problems / by Fannia M. Cohn, 1949 --
[26] ILGWU
cooperative village: a dream come true / by Abraham E. Kazan, 1961 --
[27] Labor relations as a function of
management / by Lazare Teper, 1948 --
[28] Conditions in
the women's garment industry / Research Department, International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, 1964 --
[29] ILGWU management engineering department / Educational Department, International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, 1948 --
[30] Wage dilemma 1947 / by
Lazare Teper, 1947 --
[31] New advance in union
democracy: when organizers organize / International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, 1961 --
[32] Right to
organize: do union staff employees have it? / Advisory Council of Representatives Unions, 1961 --
[33]
Conditions in the women's garment industry / Research Department, ILGWU, 1963 --
[34] Prices and steady
economic growth: an issue in public policy formulation / by Lazare Teper, 1958 --
[35] Negro's stake in the
future of American industry / by Mark Starr, 1948 --
[36] Minimum wage: what it means / from Justice, 1955 --
[37] Social security after 65 / from Justice, 1955 --
[38] Battle of the rules / Political Department, International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, 1961 --
[39] Rules and regulations: retirement fund of the coat and suit industry in the New York metropolitan area / Retirement Fund of the Coat and Suit Industry, [1943] --
[40] Immediate release concerning biennial report / from Mark Starr, 1950 --
[41] Plan and program: international
ladies' garment workers' union training institute / International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, 1952 --
[42] We kept our faith: a memorial to our triangle victims / by Fannia M. Cohn, 1961 --
[43] Let's give to
get what we need / ILGWU 1962 Campaign Committee, 1962 --
[44] Training for union leadership / by David
Dubinsky, 1945 --
[45] Health and welfare funds in the
needle trades / by Adolph Held, 1948 --
[46] Here's our
hand / International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, 1963 --
[47] Trends and prospects in the women's garment
industry 1962-1965 / International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, 1965 --
[48] This thing called
productivity / by Lazare Teper, 1948 --
[49] Headlines
for local 35's achievements / Union Health Center, January 1945 --
[50] Labor examines time study methods /
by William Gomberg, 1944.
[51] Relationship between the unions and engineers / by William Gomberg, 1943 --
[52] Management and labor make
strong medicine / by Dr. Lazare Teper, 1947 --
[53]
Officers' duties for officers of the international ladies' garment workers' union / Educational Department, International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, 1947 --
[54] Union health center claim card / International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, date unknown --
[55]
Information bulletin / United Cloak, Suit, Infants' and Children's Coat Operators and Samplemakers' Union Local 117, ILGWU, February 1946 --
[56] Letter to members
concerning benefits / Unity House, International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, 1952 --
[57] Higher education
and organized labor / by Mark Starr, 1955 --
[58] New
York City election statistics 1944-1957 / ILGWU Policital Department, 1957 --
[59] Our program /
Educational Department, International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, 1958 --
[60] Conditions in the women's
garment industry / Research Department, International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, 1958 --
[61] Workers'
education and the social studies / by Fannia M. Cohn, 1944 --
[62] Working women in action / by Fannia M.
Cohn, 1936 --
[63] Health survey of workers in garment
industry as part of preventitive-medicine program / Joseph H. Kaplan, Nathaniel N. Bennett, and Grace Foley, 1951 --
[64] Throwback to terrible thirties - outrage /
San Antonio AFL-CIO Council, 1959 --
[65] ILGWU benefit
funds / International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, 1970 --
[66] Financial report of the health and welfare
retirement and supplementary unemployment - severance  funds / International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, 1964 --
[67] By-laws of the supplementary unemployment
severance benefits fund, ILGWU / International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, 1960 --
[68] ILGWU political
department / Political Department, International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, 1956 --
[69] Struggle for the
schools / by Mark Starr, 1954 --
[70] Organized labor
and politics / by Gus Tyler, 1961 --
[71] Workers'
family budgets in wage negotiations / by Lazare Teper, 1947 --
[72] Speech problems in labor - management
relations / by Mark Starr, 1953 --
[73] Immediate
release on ILGWU training institute enrollment of students for 1953-1954 sessions / International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union Training Institute, 1953 --
[74]
Planning for freedom / by Mark Starr, 1947 --
[75]
UNESCO: its objectives and how to implement them / by Fannia M. Cohn, 1947 --
[76] American adventure in
workers' education / by Charles A. Beard, 1936 --
[77]
With these hands / International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, [1960] --
[78] Vote liberal party!
pamphlet / International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, 1947 --
[79] Constitution and by-laws of ILGWU health
insurance fund / by International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, 1942 --
[80] Semi-annual report:
educational activities / by Mark Starr, Educational Director of ILGWU, [1945] --
[81] Dramatic group
presents "musical Americana" produced and directed by Lee K. Bendheim and Edward Dinetor / play pamphlet by ILGWU, [1945] --
[82] Social and educational centers,
New York City / by ILGWU, Educational Department, 1940 --
[83] Planning for freedom / by Mark Starr,
Educational Director, ILGWU, 1945 --
[84] International
ladies garment workers union presents "whirrs with music" a musical revue in three scenes by Lee K. Bendheim / play pamphlet by ILGWU, [1945] --
[85]
Workers' education and the social studies / by Fannia M. Cohn, 1945 --
[86] Labor needs learning...and vice versa
/ by Mark Starr, 1942 --
[87] Purging the text books /
by Mark Starr, 1945 --
[88] Meet your boss! what we did
for him; what he did for us / by Joint Board Dress & Waistmakers' Union, [1932] --
[89] Notes on the indexes
of unit labor costs of the B.L.S. / paper presented by Lazare Teper, Director of Research, ILGWU, 1946 --
[90]
Radio stations run by labor / by Frederick F. Umhey, Executive Secretary of ILGWU, [1946] --
[91] Teacher,
lecturer, discussion leader gets his inspiration from his audience / by Fannia M. Cohn, [1940] --
[92] Labor's
record speaks / by Educational Department, ILGWU, 1943  --
[93] State writes a textbook: New York's new book on
labor relations / by Mark Starr, Educational Director, ILGWU, 1943 --
[94] Workers' education / by Mark Starr,
1943 --
[95] Statement of receipts and disbursements of
the general funds, and benefit funds of the locals, joint boards and general office (Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1935) / compiled by Auditing Department, ILGWU, 1946 --
[96] Statement of receipts and disbursements of the general funds and benefit funds of the locals, joint boards and general office (Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1941) / compiled by Auditing Department, ILGWU, 1942 --
[97]
Statement of receipts and disbursements of the general funds, and benefit funds of the locals, joint boards and general office (Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1944) / compiled by Auditing Department, ILGWU, 1945 --
[98] Work in the
clinic for the first six months of 1944 / by ILGWU, 1944 --
[99] Review of the strike / by Citizens' Emergency
Committee, [1930] --
[100] Seniority, work sharing / by
ILGWU, 1940.
[101] Letter with an urgent appeal for an immediate contribution for the ladies' tailors in the fashionable shops of the fifth avenue couturiers' association and a few independent employers / by Citizen's Emergency Committe, 1930 --
[102] You and the world: learning,
playing, action / by ILGWU, Educational Department, 1946 --
[103] Many crafts...one union / by ILGWU, 1946 --

[104] Basic facts and figures on the women's apparel industry / by Lazare Teper, Director of Research, ILGWU, 1941 --
[105] Questions and answers about the Wagner Act
/ by ILGWU, [1945] --
[106] Letter to Norman C. Dahl
concerning the northeast department of the international ladies' garment workers union / by James M. Barker, Executive Secretary, Health Fund, Waterproof Garment Workers Union, 1946 --
[107] Periodic health
examinations - important findings among garment workers / by Leo Price, Assistant Director, Union Health Center, 1942 --
[108] Rules and regulations of the health fund /
by Joint Board of the Dress and Waistmakers' Union of Greater New York, 1944 --
[109] Laborite looks at the
business world plan / by William Gomberg, 1943 --
[110]
Opportunity for leadership / by Julius Hochman, 1943 --
[111] Local 24's highway of health (vol.1, no.1) / published by Health Fund of Local 24, Waterproof Garment Worker's Union, ILGWU, 1945 --
[112] Union
health center of the ILGWU / by Pauline M. Newman, [1936] --
[113] Statement to the New York state
temporary commission to formulate a health plan / by Leo Price, Assistant Director of Union Health Center, 1938  --
[114] Limitations of the existing productivity
measures and the need for new studies / by Lazare Teper, Director of Research, ILGWU, 1946 --
[115] New dress
agreement / by Julius Hochman, 1941 --
[116] Some
pertinent facts about housing cooperatives and prospectus on seward park housing cooperative / by Community Services, Inc., [1961] --
[117] Unions fight
Jim Crow and racism / by Mark Starr, Educational Director of ILGWU, 1946 --
[118] In the matter of the
application of Nathaniel M. Minkoff... to confirm the ward of arbitration, etc. against Jaunty Junior Inc. / by N.Y. Supreme Court, 1942 --
[119] Role of labor in
the war effort / by Mark Starr, 1943 --
[120] Where's my
raise? / by Cotton Dress & Misc. Trades Department, [1945] --
[121] Working women in action / by Fannia M.
Cohn, 1936 --
[122] Librarians and labor / by Mark
Starr, 1946 --
[123] Publication list / by ILGWU, [1938]
--
[124] Agreement between Joint Board of the Cloak,
Skirt, Dress and Reefer Makers' Unions of the International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union and ... / by ILGWU, 1924 --
[125] 7 million allies / by
Dressmakers Union, Local 22, ILGWU, 1946 --
[126] On
complaints and grievances / by Dressmakers Union, local 22, ILGWU, 1940 --
[127] Coming great expansion in
public education / by Mark Starr, 1945 --
[128] What
unionism means to you! / by Dressmakers Union, local 22, ILGWU, 1940 --
[129] Know your city: our saturday visits
to points of interest / by Educational Department, ILGWU, [1941] --
[130] Get in step!: educational courses
/ by Dressmakers Union, Local 22, ILGWU, [1939] --
[131]
Planning for freedom / by Mark Starr, 1945 --
[132]
Learning and living the union way / by ILGWU Students and Teachers in New York City Classes, [1940] --
[133]
Social educational centers / by ILGWU, 1939 --
[134]
Education: a never-ending process / by Mark Starr, 1943 --
[135] Can women lead? / by Fannia M. Cohn, 1936 --

[136] Publications list / by Educational Director, ILGWU, [1943] --
[137] Our aim (vol. VI, no. 49) / by
Local 91 ILGWU, 1941 --
[138] Protocol / International
Ladies' Garment Workers' Union and Boston Ladies' Garment Manufacturers Association, [1950] --
[139] Why
the new industrial program? / Dressmakers Union, Local 22, ILGWU, 1941 --
[140] Design for victory / ILGWU
Campaign Committee for Roosevelt and Truman, date unknown --
[141] Educational program / Educational
Department, Dressmakers Union, Local 22, ILGWU, 1941 --
[142] ILGWU publications 1939 / Educational Department, International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, 1939 -- 
[143] In the beginning - children's dress, infant's wear, housedress and bathrobe makers union / Local 91, ILGWU, [1941] --
[144] You can earn $450.00 an hour,
here's how / International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, [1948] --
[145] Liberal votes liberal / Liberal
Party, [1947] --
[146] ILGWU publications 1942-3 /
Educational Department, International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, [1943] --
[147] How lucky is my social
security number? / International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, [1945] --
[148] Welcome to our union /
Dressmakers Union Local 22, ILGWU, [1946] --
[149] Let
the record speak / by Mark Starr, 1943 --
[150] Thanks:
report ILGWU war relief fund / International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, 1944.
[151] ILGWU program vitality for victory / International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, [1945] --
[152]
Collective agreement 1936-1939 / between Popular Priced Dress Manufacturers Group, Inc., and International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union and Joint Board of Dress and Waistmakers' Union of Greater New York, 1936 --
[153] Songs - knowledge is power / International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, [1945] --
[154] Pleased to meet
you / Educational Department, International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, [1946] --
[155] Meet the ILGWU /
International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, 1946 --
[156] What every member should know about his rights, privileges and duties / International Laies' Garment Workers' Union, 1946 --
[157] Unity centers of the
international ladies' garment workers' union / International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, 1920 --
[158] Philadelphia union health center: rules and regulations / International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, 1942 --
[159] Annual report of local 91 - ILGWU
1946 / by Harry Greenberg, 1946 --
[160] Local 91 annual
report for the year 1939 / by Harry Greenberg, 1939 --
[161] Local 32 ILGWU - and this is your union / Corset and Brassiere Workers Union, 1953 --
[162] Facts every
member of local 23, ILGWU, should know / International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, [1954] --
[163] We're
glad you're here / Dressmakers Union Local 22, International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, AFL, [1952] --
[164] Introducing local 40 ILGWU / Beltmakers
Union, [1954] --
[165] Local 40 ILGWU - your union guide
/ Beltmakers Union, [1954] --
[166] ILGWU publications
1939-40 / Educational Department, International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, [1940] --
[167] ILGWU
publications 1940-41 / Educational Department, International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, 1941 -- 
[168] Home town union: the story of the ILGWU in fall river and vicinity / District of Southern New England, International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, 1948 --
[169] We shall be free: festival dance and pageant of the ILGWU student fellowship / Educational Department, International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, 1937 --
[170] In the matter of the Cleveland cloak, suit, skirt and dress industry / Miller, Franklin & Basset, 1920.