Poster of a painting by Micheal Conner. The painting is entilted, "Boildermakers Local 484, Meredosia, Illinois, Members, Friends, and Supporters WorldWide. 24in"x18in
Framed , signed color photograph. Clock face reads, "Designed & Built by Paramount Diners Inc. Haledon, N.J." 17"x14.75"
Poster features a portrait of A. Philip Randolph. 23"x17.5"
Museum poster featuring the plans for the Botto House's front facade. 21"x16"
The poster features an advertisement which marketed land plots in Haledon to Paterson workers. 19.25”x13”
Set of 10 posters featuring George Baer, Roberto Acuna, A. Philip Randolph, Carl Sandburg, Eugene Debs, Lucy Parsons, Mark Twain, Nicola Sacco, Sojourner Truth and Sit-Down Striker, plus guide book. 24”x18”
The poster “The Pageant of the Paterson Strike” measures 22 inches by 16.75 inches. The poster's images is a reproduction of the cover for the Pageant Program held in the Museum's collection. The Pageant of the Paterson...
Poster for the 2005 exhibit at the Cornell University Conference Center in New York City, features a painting of striking transit workers. 24”x18”
(Mexico, 1997); Signed Poster featuring Mike Alewitz’s 1997 mural “Sindicalismo sin Fronteras/Trade Unionism Without Frontiers” 11”x17”
(Chicago, 1997); Signed Poster featuring Mike Alewitz’s 1998 mural “Teamster Power” signed in 1998. 13.5”x48”
(1972) Portrayal of a "typical" family of immigrants that came to America around 1910 seated at the table in their flat. 31.5”x21”
(1995) - Celebrates the redevelopment of "the community" in the South Bronx. 19.25”x25”
(1978) Portrays the textile strike of 1912 in which thousands of people from numerous ethnic backgrounds came together. Scene of the strikers picketing Lawrence, Massachusetts. $30.00 20"x28"
(1962) Boys playing on a baseball diamond. Measures 22in"x28in
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