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[Program] International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union presents its own feature picture "With These Hands" - A preview in honor of the delegates to the Golden Jubilee Convention. Warner Theatre, Atlantic City - May 24 [1950]

[Program] International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union presents its own feature picture "With These Hands" - A preview in honor of the delegates to the Golden Jubilee Convention. Warner Theatre, Atlantic City - May 24 [1950]

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[Program] International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union presents its own feature picture "With These Hands" - A preview in honor of the delegates to the Golden Jubilee Convention. Warner Theatre, Atlantic City - May 24 [1950]

by [ILGWU] ARNOLD, Jack (director)

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N.p. [New York]: International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, (1950). First Edition. Oblong 12mo. Staple-bound thick paper wrappers; [8pp]; illus. A few spots of soil to front cover, else Near Fine. Special program for the inaugural screening (a few weeks before the World Premiere) of Jack Arnold's "With These Hands," a feature documentary-drama on the Triangle Shirtwaist Fire and the origins of the ILGWU. The cast included such Broadway stalwarts as Arlene Francis and Sam Levene, and the film was nominated for the 1950 "Best Documentary" Oscar.

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Lorne Bair Rare Books US (US)
Bookseller's Inventory #
38800
Title
[Program] International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union presents its own feature picture "With These Hands" - A preview in honor of the delegates to the Golden Jubilee Convention. Warner Theatre, Atlantic City - May 24 [1950]
Author
[ILGWU] ARNOLD, Jack (director)
Book Condition
Used
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Edition
First Edition
Publisher
International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union
Place of Publication
N.p. [New York]
Date Published
(1950)
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Women; Needle Trades;

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