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Kenneth C. Wolensky, Nicole H. Wolensky, and Robert P. Wolensky. Fighting for the Union Label: The Women's Garment Industry and the ILGWU in Pennsylvania. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press. 2002. Pp. xi, 275. Cloth $45.00, paper $19.95

 

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By the early 1900s the shift to factory-made clothing was dramatic. In earlier times, most clothing was homemade, by the woman of the house, and skilled tailors produced custom-made clothing ...

Subjects: United States History — History of the Americas.


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