Pauline M. Newman, autobiography, 1969.

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Pauline M. Newman, autobiography, 1969.

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54 pages.

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Newman, Pauline, 1887-1986

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Pauline Newman, labor organizer, Director of Health Education at the Union Health Center of the International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union (ILGWU), and member of the National and New York Women's Trade Union League (N/NYWTUL), was born in Popelan, Kuvna, Lithuania, in about 1890, the youngest of Meyer and Theresa Newman's two sons and four daughters. Meyer Newman sold fruit and taught Talmud to the well-to-do sons of the village. Following his death, Theresa Newman and her three yo...

International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union

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