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ILGWU Holdings at PUL: ILGWU Holdings at PUL

ILGWU Holdings at Princeton University Library

ILGWU Holdings at Princeton University Library

3 February 2011

A democratic foreign policy for the United States. New York : International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, [1947?]

Agreement of Joint Board of Cloak, Suit, Skirt and Reefer Makers' Union and International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union with Industrial Council of Cloak, Suit and Skirt Manufacturers, Inc., 1943-1948.

Announcement of courses given in Workers University : unity centers & extension division. New York, 1921-

Carman, Harry J. (Harry James), 1884-1964. An outline of social and political history of the United States. New York City : Educational Dept., 1923.

Carsel, Wilfred. A history of the Chicago Ladies' garment workers' union, by Wilfred Carsel; with an introduction by Paul H. Douglas. Chicago, Normandie House, 1940.

Cleveland Garment Manufacturers' Association. A report on the production standards situation in the ladies' garment industry of Cleveland; with comments by officers of the employers association and of the union. [Cleveland, 1925]

Cohn, Fannia M. Meeting our problems. [New York : Educational Dept., ILGWU], 1935.

Cohn, Fannia M. Our Educational Department goes into action / by Fannia M. Cohn. New York : Educational Dept., International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, [1933?]

Cohn, Fannia M. Progressives must choose. [New York] : Educational Department, International Ladies' Workers' Union, [1938?]

Cohn, Fannia M. The uprising of the sixty thousand : the general strike of the Dressmakers' Union, August 16, 1933. [New York? N.Y. : International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union? 1933?]

Danish, Max D. The story of the ILGWU. New York, NY : Educational Dept., International Ladies' Garment Workers Union, 1951.

Danish, Max D. The world of David Dubinsky. Cleveland : World Publishing Co., 1957.

Dewey, John. David Dubinsky : a pictorial biography. New York, N.Y. : Inter-allied Publications, c1951.

Gingold, David. 35 Northeast : a short history of the Northeast Department, Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, AFL-CIO / based on the reminiscences and diaries of David Gingold and official ILGWU records by Harry Crone. New York, NY : Northeast Department, International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, 1970.

Goslin, Ryllis Alexander, 1901-1963. Growing up ; 21 years of education with the I.L.G.W.U. [New York] : Educational Dept., International ladies workers' union, 1938.

Gulka, John. The I.L.G.W.U. and the encyclicals. New York : Educational Dept., ILGWU, 1946.

How to start classes : methods and materials in workers' education activities for trade unions. New York : Educational Dept., International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, 1937.

Inter-Union Institute for Labor and Democracy. Pictorial union dictionary: An illustrated guide to terms used in the labor movement. New York, NY : Inter-Union Institute for Labor and Democracy, 1943.

International Ladies Garment Workers' Union Census. Comparison of duespaying members with actual census and statistical schedule of dues stamps purchased by locals & joint boards from te International. For the period January 1 to December 31, 1944, 1946-1947 [...]. N.pl., 1945, 1946-1948.

International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union. Statement of receipts and disbursements of the general funds and benefit funds of the locals, joint boards and general office. [New York, N.Y. ]: ILGWU, 1946, 1947 2

International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union. Constitution and by-laws of the International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union. 1924

International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union. Education Dept. Introducing your union. New York, 1934.

International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union. Educational Dept. Equal opportunity union made / issued by Educational Department, International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union. New York, NY : The Union, [1963]

International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union. Educational Dept. Company unions; a study outline with special reference to the I.L.G.W.U. New York, Educational dept., I.L.G.W.U. [1937?]

International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union. Educational Dept. How to conduct a union meeting ... New York, Internat. Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, Educational Dept., 1934.

International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union. Educational Dept. Report of Educational Department, I.L.G.W.U. New York : The Dept., 1936/1937; 1941/1942; 1942/1944; 1944/1946; 1946/1948; 1948/1950; 1951/1953

International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union. Educational Dept. Structure and functioning of the ILGWU. New York : [s.n.], 1934; 1938

International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union. Financial and statistical report ... submitted by ... President-General Secretary Treasurer to [the] convention ...[New York?] : The Union, 1937/40; 1950/53

International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union. Forty-cent minimum wage for the women's apparel industry; a memorandum submitted by the International ladies' garment workers' union to Industry committee no. 27 for the women's apparel industry, Wage and hour division, U.S. Department of labor, by Lazare Teper, director of research, I.L.G.W.U. New York, 1941.

International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union. General Executive Board. General Executive Board report and record of proceedings /International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union. .Y.C. [ie., New York] : The Union, 1980-

International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union. Handbook of trade union methods, with special reference to the garment trades. New York City : Educational Dept., International ladies' garment workers' union, 1937.

International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union. Health and Welfare Dept. Health services for the membership of the International garment workers' union ... [New York, 1950]

International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union. ILGWU benefit funds. [New York] The Union, 1969, 1971-1974

International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union. ILGWU illustrated : 23rd convention, May, 1937, Atlantic City, N.J. [New York], Abco Press, 1937.

International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union. ILGWU news-history, 1900-1950. [Edited by Max D. Danish and Leon Stein, with the assistance of Frances S. Smith and Meyer Miller. New York, 1950.

International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union. Local 10, Amalgamated Ladies' Garment Cutters' Union. Cutters' almanac, 1902-1962 : a compendium of useful information for garment cutters pertaining to their craft, trades and history with reminiscences light and serious and guides to proper conduct in right observance of union rules, issued on the occasion of the 60th anniversary, Amalgamated Ladies' Garment Cutters' Local 10, International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union / [edited by Harry Haskel and Leon Stein]. [New York?] : Amalgamated Ladies' Garment Cutters' Union 10, 1962.

International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union. Local 22, Dressmakers' Union, New York. Our Union at work; a survey of the activities of Dressmakers' Union Local 22, I.L.G.W.U., from April 1935 to April, 1937. New York, Dressmakers' Union Local 22, I.L.G.W.U. [1937?] 3

International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union. New York Joint Board of the Dressmakers' Union. Industry planning through collective bargaining; a program for modernizing the New York dress industry, as presented in conference with employers on behalf of the Joint Board of the Dressmakers' Union by Julius Hochman, general manager, Joint Board of the Dressmakers' Union, International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union. New York City [The Kalkhoff Press] 1941.

International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union. Report and proceedings. New York: International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, 13th (1916) - 14th (1918); 16th (1922) - 18th (1925); 20th (1929).

International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union. The C.I.O. at the convention of the International ladies' garent workers' union, Atlantic City, May, 1937.

International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union. The position of the International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union in relation to CIO and AFL, 1934-1938, chronicled in documents and records. New York, NY : International Ladies' Garment Workers', 1938.

International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union. The story of the I. L. G. W. U. [New York] International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, Educational Department [1935]

International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union. Training for Union service [By Mark Starr, ILGWU Educational Director]. New York City, n.p., [c1940]

International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union. Union Health Center. Triennial report of the Union Health Center. New York : [s.n.], 1944/46; 1947/49

International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union. Welfare and Health Benefits Dept. Financial report of the health, welfare, and retirement. [New York] : Welfare and Health Benefits Dept., ILGWU, 1956-1958

International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union. Welfare and Health Benefits Dept. Financial report of the health & welfare, retirement and supplementary unemployment-severance funds. [New York] : Welfare and Health Benefits Dept., ILGWU, 1959-1963

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Justice [microform]. New York : International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, 1918-1992

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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 4

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] -- 5

[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 6

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 7

-- [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 8

-- [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 -- 9

[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 -- 10

[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.

Lorwin, Lewis Levitzki. The women's garment workers; a history of the International ladies' garment worker's union, by Louis Levine. New York, B.W. Huebsch, Inc., 1924.

Norton, Helen. The worker as a consumer. New York, International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, Educational Dept. [1938]

Oneal, James. A history of the Amalgamated Ladies' Garment Cutters' Union, Local 10, affiliated with the International Ladies Garment Workers' Union. New York : Amalgamated Ladies' Garment Cutters' Union, Local 10, 1927 (New York : Ashland Press, Inc.)

Perlman, Selig. Labor in the new deal decade; three lectures given by Selig Perlman, professor of economics, Wisconsin Universty, at I. L. G. W. U. officers institute, New York City, 1943-1945. New York, N.Y., Educational Department, International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union [c1945]

Pins and needles : [program] : presented by Labor Stage with the I.L.G.W.U. Players. New York : Strathmore Press, [1938]

Report on ILGWU Cooperative Village. [New York, N.Y. : East River Housing Corp., 1957]

Rome, Harold. Pins and needles. Selections and needles [sound recording] : 25th anniversary of the hit musical revue / music and lyrics by Harold Rome. [New York] : Columbia, [1962]

Sackman, Morris. Welfare collective bargaining in action; a study of the and welfare fund of the Joint Board, Dress and Waistmakers' Union of New York City and vicinity. Ithaca, New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations, Cornell University, 1949.

Saposs, David J. Trade union policies and tactics; an outline. New York, International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, 1928.

Seaman, Bernard. Cartoons : from the 1950's : in the ILGWU justice. Miami Beach, FL : International Ladies' Garment Workers' , 1959.

Security on the march. Health and welfare services [bringing more happiness and security to the men and women of the International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union. Prep. by the Promotion and Research Departments, ILGWU. Articles by J. Schwartz. New York : Health and Welfare Services. ILGWU, 1954.

Seidman, Joel Isaac. Shall strikes be outlawed? / by Joel Seidman. Arbitration and the I.L.G.W.U. / by Lazare Teper.

Seidman, Joel Isaac. Shall strikes be outlawed? By Joel Seidman. Arbitration and the I.L.G.W.U. New York, NY : League for Industrial Democracy, 1938.

Starr, Mark. Consumer education and labor. New York : Education Dept., International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, [1940?]

Stolberg, Benjamin. Tailor's progress; the story of a famous union and the men who made it ... Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, Doran and Company, inc. 1944]

Suggestions for social, educational and recreational program for local unions / International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union. New York : International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, Educational Dept., 1934.

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