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Date Created1927
DescriptionWhittier House scrapbooks document Whittier House programs, events, and anniversary celebrations through newspaper clippings, lecture fliers, newsletters, event programs, and ticket stubs. Newspaper...
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Date Created1929-1970
DescriptionA Haledon home during the fall/winter season. The American Labor Museum online collection includes historical documents and photos. The objects document the domestic lifestyles, working experience in...
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Date Created1968
DescriptionThe The Textile Workers Union of America American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations-Central Labor Council (TWUA ALF-CIO-CLC) meets for there 15th Biennial convention in...
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Date Created1912
DescriptionNew York Food Market on Glenwood Avenue in Bloomfield, New Jersey. It was designed and built by Louis Stefanelli Inc., Newark.
Time PeriodThe Emergence of Modern America (1890-1930)
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Date Created1950-1994
DescriptionKiyoko Kaneshiki displays the impressive vegetables she grew in her garden. Each family at Seabrook was allotted a small portion of land to grow plants. Iddy Asada recalls in her memoir, 'I remember...
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Date Created1912
DescriptionNew York Food Market on Glenwood Ave in Bloomfield, New Jersey. Desiged and built by Louis Stefanelli, Inc. Photograph shot from the front of the store towards the back showing fruits and vegtables...
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Date Created1968
DescriptionThe 15th Biennial Convention, Textile Workers Union of America, (TWUA) held in Washington, D.C. The American Labor Museum online collection includes historical documents and photos. The objects...
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Date Created1912
DescriptionEstate of A. Stefanelli, corner Franklin and Heckel Streets, Silver Lake, N.J. Image shows street scene in Silver Lake.
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Date Created1912
DescriptionPicture of inside the New York Food Market, Glenwood Ave, Bloomfield. Designed and built by Louis Stefanello, Inc. Photograph is shot from back of store towards the front, showing scales at left, and...
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Date CreatedJuly 4, 1973, 1973
DescriptionRoosevelt Fire Co. No. 1 in the Fourth of July parade.
Time PeriodContemporary America (1968-present)