Fennell, Dorothy

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Dorothy Fennel is a labor historian and founding Director of the Office of Special Projects for Unions at the Cornell School of Industrial and Labor Relations. Special Projects for Unions utilized grant funding to teach labor history to a diverse audience, as well as train union members and retirees how to design their own history projects. Fennell is the writer of a cycle of three musical plays on Union Square's role in social and political history: "Marching to Union Square," "Women's Voice's from Union Square," and "Meet Me at Union Square," which were produced by Special Projects for Unions.

From the guide to the Dorothy Fennell Photographs, Bulk, 1998, circa 1998, (Tamiment Library and Robert F. Wagner Labor Archive)

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