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November 21, 1950
Central Files Decimal Number 762B.00

The Union Label and the Neddle Trades: Records of the United Garment Workers of America

Summary

This collection consists of two sets of records of the United Garment Workers of America from 1893-1994 – Time and Motion Studies and Meeting Minutes of the General Executive Board.

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Date Range: 1965-1979
Content: 27,000 pages
Source Library: Southern Labor Archives, Georgia State University

Description

This collection consists of two sets of records of the United Garment Workers of America from 1893-1994 – Time and Motion Studies and Meeting Minutes of the General Executive Board. The Time and Motion Studies series (Series I) is made up of time study/ time and motion research files for the garment industry, as well as files relating to industry research and information from the first half of the twentieth century. The minutes from the early period cover issues such as immigration, sick benefits, and nine-hour work days; those from the 1950s are concerned partly with the trial and ultimate dismissal of Board member Joseph Crispino; and those from the latter period contain issues such as the financial struggles and the loss of membership. The minutes from the early period cover issues such as immigration, sick benefits, and nine-hour work days; those from the 1950s are concerned partly with the trial and ultimate dismissal of Board member Joseph Crispino; and those from the latter period contain issues such as the financial struggles and the loss of membership. 

 

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