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Tailor's Progress. The Story of a Famous Union and the Men Who Made It. by  Benjamin Stolberg - First Edition. - 1944. - from The Good Times Bookshop (SKU: 13218)

Tailor's Progress. The Story of a Famous Union and the Men Who Made It.

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Tailor's Progress. The Story of a Famous Union and the Men Who Made It.

by Stolberg, Benjamin

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  • hardcover
  • First
Condition
Small faded spot on spine, otherwise a Very Good clean tight copy in worn and chipped dust jacket. Printed "under wartime c
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Doubleday, Doran, Garden City, 1944.. First Edition.. Small faded spot on spine, otherwise a Very Good clean tight copy in worn and chipped dust jacket. Printed "under wartime conditions," back of jacket has ad entreating readers to buy war bonds. . Red cloth hardcover, 8vo. Illustrated with black and white photos. [vi] - 360 pages including Index.

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Bookseller
The Good Times Bookshop US (US)
Bookseller Inventory #
13218
Title
Tailor's Progress. The Story of a Famous Union and the Men Who Made It.
Author
Stolberg, Benjamin
Book condition
Used - Small faded spot on spine, otherwise a Very Good clean tight copy in worn and chipped dust jacket. Printed "under wartime c
Edition
First Edition.
Binding
Hardcover
Publisher
Doubleday, Doran, Garden City
Date published
1944.
Keywords
Labor Unions, ILGWU, David Dubinsky, Anthony Luigi, Knights of Labor.

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About The Good Times Bookshop

Situated on Long Island's north shore, the business maintains a stock of approximately 4,000 titles of quality scholarly, scarce and out-of-print secondhand books in most fields. In business since 1972. Founded and still operated by Michael and Mary Mart, the business is Suffolk County's oldest antiquarian book business. Except for a few Book Fairs a year on Long Island and in New York City, all sales are conducted on the internet.

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