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AFL-CIO New York City Central Labor Council photographs

Author: Sam ReissAlexander ArcherDan MillerJules GellerMildred GrossAll authors
Publisher: 1948-1986 (bulk 1959-1986)
Edition/Format:   Archival material : Graphic : English
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This collection of the New York City Central Labor Council photographs consists of approximately 7,000 8 x 10 black and white glossy prints, although there are some contact sheets and one small box of negatives. In general they were shot for potential use in the Labor Chronicle. All of the photographs, being fairly new, are in good condition.
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Genre/Form: Photographic prints
Portraits
Pictorial works
Named Person: Harry Van Arsdale; Harry Avrutin; Morris Iushewitz; William Bowe
Material Type: Graphic
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Sam Reiss; Alexander Archer; Dan Miller; Jules Geller; Mildred Gross; AFL-CIO. New York City Central Labor Council.
OCLC Number: 477250797
Description: 6.75 linear ft. ca. 8250 photographs ; b&w.
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This collection of the New York City Central Labor Council photographs consists of approximately 7,000 8 x 10 black and white glossy prints, although there are some contact sheets and one small box of negatives. In general they were shot for potential use in the Labor Chronicle. All of the photographs, being fairly new, are in good condition.

These photographs span the dates 1947-1986, although the bulk of the images are from 1959-1986. The major groups within this photoprint collection include: Black Trade Unionist Leadership Committee, (1/2 in.); Community Service Institute, (1 1/2 in.); Conferences, (3 in.); Conventions, (1/2 in.); Delegates Meetings, (1 1/2 in.); Demonstrations, (1 lin. ft.); Executive Board Meetings, (4 1/2 in.); Group Photographs, (5 in.); Hispanic Labor Committee, (1/2 in.); Labor College, (1/2 in.); Labor Day Activities, (9 1/2 in.); Lincoln Birthday Dinner, (1 linear ft.); Portraits, (8 in.). All of the subjects not mentioned have only one folder of prints per topic.

Within the portrait files, some faces will keep reappearing. These are the presidents of the various locals, executive board members, and of course, the officers of the Council. The officers seen most often are: Harry Van Arsdale, President; Harry Avrutin, Secretary; Morris Iushewitz, Secretary (Avrutin's immediate predecessor); and William Bowe, Treasurer.

The principal photographers in this collection were Sam Reiss, Alexander Archer, Dan Miller, Jules Geller, and Mildred Gross. Their credit lines are stampled on the back of the photos.

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