Bring your labor buttons, flyers, and other items and find out about their historical (not monetary) value; discuss the possibility of a labor museum.
Panel discussion about the material culture of labor with curator Harry Rubenstein from the Smithsonian, and historians Scott Molloy from the University of Rhode Island and Joshua Freeman from CUNY. Moderated by Debra Bernhardt and Rachel Bernstein, authors of the newly published Ordinary People, Extraordinary Lives: A Pictorial History of Working People in New York City.
Saturday June 24, 1-5 pm at the Robert F. Wagner Labor Archives, 10th Floor 70 Washington Square South, New York, New York 10012.
Debra Bernhardt and Rachel Bernstein
Robert F. Wagner Labor Archives
New York Universtiy
70 Washington square South, 10th Floor
Call (212) 998-2630 to register your objects or for more information. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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