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John Golden, President of the Textile Workers, Woodward, Mass. / Woodward

Members of the Textile Manufacturers Association present scarfs to Pres. and Mrs. Coolidge

Frank Gorman, Pres. of United Textile Workers and Chester M. Wright, owner of Textile Labor [...] Pres. agent for [...]

[Group with United Textile Workers of America truck in front of Samuel Gompers Memorial, Washington, D.C.]

Textile workers take grievance to DJ's. A committee from the United Textile Workers of America go to Attorney General Homer S. Cummings with a protest against mills refusing to abide by decisions of the Textile Labor Relations board. From the left, standing: Wm. F. Kelly, 2nd Vice President; Chester N. Wright, Public Relations; Joseph R. White, President; Horace A. Riviere, 4th vice president, and James Starr, Sec-Treas. Seated, from the left, Attorney General Cummings, and Thomas F. McMahon, President of the textile organization, 1/24/35

Protests textile rebels. The Emergency Committee of the United Textile Workers of American meet and file protest against textile mills refusing to obey rulings of National Textile Labor Relations board. From the left, seated: Francis J. Gorman, first Vice Pres.; Thos F. McMahon, National Pres.; James Starr, Sec-Treas.; and John A. Peel, 3rd V.P. standing, Horace A. Riviere, 4th Vice Pres.; William F. Kelly, 2nd Vice Pres.; and Joseph R. White, 5th V.P.

[Man with United Textile Workers of America truck near Samuel Gompers Memorial, Washington, D.C.]

[Group with United Textile Workers of America truck in front of Samuel Gompers Memorial, Washington, D.C.]

Union meeting of textile workers in Greensboro, Greene County, Georgia

Union meeting of textile workers in Greensboro, Greene County, Georgia

Union meeting of textile workers in Greensboro, Greene County, Georgia

Union meeting of textile workers in Greensboro, Greene County, Georgia

Union meeting of textile workers in Greensboro, Greene County, Georgia

Union meeting of textile workers in Greensboro, Greene County, Georgia

Union meeting of textile workers in Greensboro, Greene County, Georgia

AF of L textile workers gird up loins for battle with CIO organizers. Washington, D.C., May 8. R.J. Watt, American Labor Representative of the International Labor Office at Geneva, and Francis J. Gorman, President of the AF of L United Textile Workers discussing plans of a fight against organizing efforts of the CIO in the textile field. The union met today at a convention with Gorman, once active in the CIO until expelled by the UTW executive board, making the opening blast

Communists get together. Washington, D.C., Feb. 12. Americans, all of whom fought and many wounded while fighting for the Loyalists in Spain, met today in Washington at the First National Conference of the Veterans of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade, left to right: Francis J. Gorman, President of the United Textile Workers of America; Lieut. Robert Raven, wounded and blinded in the Spanish War; and Commander Paul Burns of Boston Commander of the Lincoln Brigade, 2/12/38

Textile workers, Nat. Trade Union League, 5/9/29

Employer and employee well represented as committee meets to consider minimum wage for textile workers. Washington, D.C., Oct. 11. Employer and employee members of the First Industry Committee under the new Wage-Hour Law met with Chairman Donald Nelson and Wage-hour Administrator Elmer Andrews today to consider a minimum wage for more than 1,300,000 workers in the textile industry. Pictured, left to right, are: Donald Nelson, Administrator Andrews, and Sidney Hillman, President of the Amalgamated Clothing workers, standing are R.R. West, (left) Danville, VA., and John R. Cheatham, Griffin, GA., both employers, 10/11/38

AF of L returned charter of textile workers to seal peace after CIO bolt. Washington, D.C., May 10. AF of L President William Green today returned the AF of L charter to the United Textile Workers Union and appealed to other CIO affiliates to return to the mother group in order that labor unity might again be achieved. 'The door to the House of Labor,' he said, 'is open and we will welcome all unions back.' The ceremony took place before the statue of old-time labor leader Samuel Gompers. Left to right: Frank Morrison, Secretary of the AF of L; Frances Gorman, retiring president of the Textile Union; and President Green

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[Adam Laboda--Polish Textile Worker #2]: a machine readable transcription.

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[Adam Laboda--Polish Textile Worker #2]: a machine readable transcription.

[Adam Laboda--Polish Textile Worker #2]: a machine readable transcription.

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