1st Pro Cathedral Sewing. Awarded to Helen Anger.
Dean's Patent Ardenter Mustard
1st Prize Pro Cathedral Sewing
Awarded to Helen Anger.
A woman seated at the entrance to a house; golf clubs and awnings visible.
International Ladies Garment Workers Union
Date of assignment January-February 1949.
[Nurses at the Patriotic Service League.]
Man and Woman Working
Stitching, 10th Ave. & 36th St.
[Frances Starr as Laura Murdock in "The Easiest Way".]
Photographer is attributed.
Albanian American [Variant.]
[Women sewing with boy reading.]
Assyrian American [Variant.]
Holland American [Variant.]
[Group of women sewing.]
Marlena Peterson--Dress Designer for C.B.S.
Photographs of CBS costume designer Marlena Peterson creating costumes, including sewing, cutting fabric,...
Smallest Team in New York
Photographs of men and women sewing various articles of clothing. Date of assignment: August 14, 1947....
New York Defense Story--Uniform Manufacturing
Photographs of women working in large warehouse, sewing military uniforms. Date of assignment unknown....
Children in Gotham Court "Sewing school at the agent's".
Children seated in a sewing class at Gotham Court, female instructors visible.
Sewing and starving in an Elizabeth Street attic.
Simpson Crawford & Simpson, Costumers.
Moe Levy & Co Clothing (Factory) 1911.
The factory at corner of Walker and Baxter Streets where clothing sold by Moe Levy & Co. was made. In...
New York Association for the Blind, Group of Two, Colored Woman Receiving Instruction at Home by White Teacher.
Theatrical, Wardrobe Rooms.
Semstresses fitting costumes to actresses in the dressing room of an unidentified theater.
Interior, 157 E. 94th St., Childrens' Sewing Class.
Girls seated in a room at sewing class with adults present.
Large group of girls and young women in a sewing/needlework class at Christ Church.
Hospital, Emanuel Lehman Foundation & School for Crippled Children.
The Brooklyn Training School & Home for Girls, 1483 Pacific Interior, Group of 10 Girls Sewing.
Theatrical, Costumers Simpson Crawford & Simpson, 6th [Ave] and 22nd St.
The costume shop of Simpson Crawford Costumers with several women working.
Association for the Blind, Girls in Sewing Class.
Factory Page from Byron's Scrapbook.
Photomontage of two photographs of women working in a sewing factory.
A semstress fitting the skirt of a costumes to an actress in the dressing room of an unidentified theater....
New York Assoc. for the Blind, Colored Woman Receiving Home Sewing Lesson from Visiting Teacher.
[In a Sweatshop.]
New York Association for the Blind, Room Full of Girls Working on Towels.
Blind women sewing towels at the New York Association for the Blind, 111 East 59th Street.
National Consumers' League.
Women doing needlework on large framed pieces.