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This newspaper article announces the end of a hosiery strike in 1936.

An accompanying news article from the Philadelphia Evening Bulletin:
Thirty-eight men workers at the King Kard Overall Company at 807 Filbert St are on a sitdown strike in protest against employment of a girl for what they consider a man's job, a…

Men and women cut fabrics to size to make men's suit jackets. These employees were all represented by the Amalgamated Clothing Worker's Union.

Hats receive final touches, including packaging, before leaving the Stetson Hat Factory.

Employees pose for a photo in Stetson Hat Factory.

This is a photo of Joseph Daroff, who started the clothing company Daroff and Sons

Daroff & Sons factory workers assemble suit jackets .jpg
Daroff & Sons factor workers sit at individual sewing machines and assemble suit jackets. From 1946 to 1967 David Kaplan worked for Daroff & Sons, a Jewish-owned garment factory located at 1027 Arch Street.
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