ILGWU. New York Cloak Joint Boardrecords, 1926-1973

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ILGWU. New York Cloak Joint Board records, 1926-1973

ILGWU. New York Cloak Joint Boardrecords, 1926-1973

The New York Cloak Joint Board records consist of articles,correspondence, reports, photographs, and other items. The bulk of the collection ismade up of correspondence of three of its managers, Israel Feinberg, Isidore Nagler,and Henoch Mendelsund. There are also some records from the Cloak Out-of-TownDepartment.

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