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Frank Gorman, president of the United Textile Workers, delivers a radio interview in which he advocates for the formation of a National Labor party, October 11, 1935

1935-10-1117.5 x 25.5 cmPhotograph, documentarymonochromeJump to full detailsRequest from Special Collections

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Summary:Reverse caption reads: "Please Credit Harris & Ewing Photos- Wash. D.C. // A.F. of L Considers Politics at Atlantic City // -Atlantic City, NJ-- Frank Gorman, left, president of the United Textile Workers, delivers a radio interview in which he advocates the formation of a National Labor party. He said 'his Labor party in Massachusetts was making headway'. He is shown here with Chester M. Wright, publisher, who acted as interviewer. 10/11/35 Harris & Ewing." United Textile Workers of America was chartered in 1901 and was the founding union of Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO) in 1937.
Century:2001-2100
Place of origin – Continent:North America
Place of origin – Country:United States of America
Place of origin – Region:New Jersey
Place of origin – Settlement:Atlantic City
Temporal subject: 1931-1940
1901-2000
Geographical subject – Continent:North America
Geographical subject – Country:United States of America
Geographical subject – Settlement:Maryland
College Park
Topical subjects:Labor
United Textile Workers of America
Labor union
Labor union members
Gorman, Francis J.
Interviews
ArchivesUM location:AFL-CIO Still Images, Photographic Print Collection
  • series Series 2: Portrait Files
  • box Box 8
  • folder Folder 98: Gorman, Francis J.
Repository:University Archives
Browse terms:Economics, Business, Commerce, Labor
Copyright holder:Harris & Ewing
Collection:Labor in America Collection
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