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Guide to the Dorothy Fennell Photographs
||Dorothy Fennell Photographs
||Dorothy Fennel is a labor historian and founding Director of the Office of Special
Projects for Unions at the Cornell School of Industrial and Labor Relations. Special
Projects for Unions utilized grant funding to teach labor history to a diverse audience,
as well as training union members and retirees how to design their own history projects.
The collection consists of black and white photographs, the majority of which document
Union Square's Labor Day celebration in 1998, as well as a performance by New York
City's Labor Chorus. All photographs were taken by Jack Dumars, co-editor of
New York Generator, the newletter of the Communications Workers of America, Local 1101.
||0.25 linear feet in 2 folders.
|Language of Materials note:
||Materials are in English