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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.

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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.

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

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…

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

Employees pose for a photo in Stetson Hat Factory.

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