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Garment workers rehearse a chorus for ILGWU's own theater, Labor Stage

Garment workers rehearse a chorus for ILGWU's own theater, Labor Stage
Caption Reads: Garment workers of 1938, no longer sodden machine-serfs, link their past and their present in this picture as they rehearse a chorus in the I.L.G.W.U.'s own theater, Labor Stage, before a photo-mural depicting the hero-leaders of union history. I.L.G.W.U.'s extracurricular program got national attention last winter when its still current revue Pins and Needles, performed entirely by members, became a major hit of the Broadway season. A good-natured satire on capitalism, the show has netted a neat capitalistic profit of $35,000.
Photograph by Hansel Mieth in "ILGWU: A Great and Good Union Points the Way for America's Labor Movement," LIFE Magazine, August 1, 1938, 45.

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Description
A black and white photograph of Garment workers rehearsing a chorus for ILGWU's own theater, Labor Stage.
Date / time
August 1, 1938
Extent number
1
Extent type
(pages)
Author(s)
Mieth, Hansel
Publisher
LIFE Magazine
Pages
45
Publication
LIFE Magazine
Date published
August 1, 1938

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