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|All Authors / Contributors:||New York (State). Factory Investigating Commission.; Triangle Shirtwaist Company.|
|Notes:||The Factory Investigation Commission was established as a result of a fire at the Triangle Shirtwaist Company shirt factory in 1911 which killed 145 employees.|
|Description:||42 reels ; 16-35 mm.|
|Contents:||[reels 1-22]. General wage investigation data cards (A3000)--
[reel 23]. Staff daily work reports (A3008)--[reel 24]. Wage investigation planning and research files, 1913-1914 (A3011)--[reel 25]. Establishment financial analysis reports for the wage investigation (A3014)--[reel 26]. Cost of living report, draft, and background notes (A3016)--[reel 27]. Background report on Buffalo department store employees strike (A3017)--[reel 28-29]. Financial records of the Commission (A3018)--[reels 30-34]. Correspondence of the Commission (A3019)--[reel 35]. Press releases concerning Commission hearings or statements (A3022)--
[reel 36]. Press clippings concerning Commission activities (A3023)--[reel 37]. Proofs of brief supporting the conviction of Jacob Balofsky (A3024)--[reel 38]. Research files on contract prison labor (A3025)--[reel 39]. Organizational and planning files concerning advisory committees on the proposed labor law recodification (A3026)--[reel 40]. Questionnaires, drafts, and printed material relating to Commission proposals to consolidate building inspection agencies in New York City (A3027)--[reel 41]. Correspondence, drafts and printed material related to Commission investigation of fire hazards in stores (A3028)--[reel 42]. Glass plate negatives and photographic prints of factory and housing conditions. (A3029)