by Research department of the International glove workers union of America in [Chicago?] .
Written in English
Cover-title: Fortieth anniversary, International glove workers union of America, 1902-1942.
|Statement||by Agnes Nestor. Organized at Washington, D.C., December 17-20, 1902; charter granted December 23, 1902 by the American federation of labor.|
|LC Classifications||HD6515.G6 N4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||31|
|LC Control Number||43017676|
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Illinois Glove Factory was a union plant. The union was the International Glove Workers' Union of America, and it was affiliated with American Federation of Labor (AFL). : Linda Ruholl. Directory of National and International Labor Unions, (BLS Bulle tin No. ) which was issued early in This listing includes all the changes covered in listings 1 through 3 issued previously, and changes which have come to the Bureau's attention as of March 1, * Since a new Directory of National and International LaborFile Size: 8MB. Celebrating International Women’s Day Today is International Women’s Day, a day to celebrate the social, cultural and political achievements of women today and throughout history. The UFCW is proud of the contributions of all the hardworking women who make sure our communities have access to the quality foods, health services, and more that. One essay holds that for unions to reboot, they should emulate the International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union. It managed to thrive in the anti-union s by being pro-immigrant and inclusive.