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Titre : Everybody Sings.
Éditeur : NY: Educational Department, International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union ILGWU, March, 1947.
Date d'édition : 1947
Edition : 1st Edition
Fine; as new. Paperwraps, 7.2", 48 pp, index inside rear cover. The ILGWU Anthem with music and 58 more union songs without music, inc.: History Eight to the Bar; I've Heard the Union Sing; Forward Labor; Picketing in Swingtime; Slaving in a Factory; Union Way; Uprising of the Twenty Thousand; Song of Local 62; of Local 89; of Local 102; of Neckwear Works; Dressmakers Victory Song; Thomas Jefferski; Union Label Coffin (round) ; We have Gathered (round); We Shall Not Be Moved; When This Strike is Over; etc. N° de réf. du libraire 12076.6
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