Archive ID: 1981-094-37

Steelworkers wives in the kitchen at Local 65

Date Created: undated

Created By: Ivory Davenport

Donor: Edward Sadlowski

Media Type: Photograph

Language: English

Description:

Steelworkers wives in the kitchen at Local 65. Women hold hot dog buns.

Backstory:

Unions in Southeast Chicago not only advocated for workers, but also sponsored numerous social events, including holiday parties, picnics, and outings. Women’s Auxiliaries were key parts of union activities. This photo, along with a number of other photos of Local 65, was donated by Ed Sadlowski, a former President of the Local.

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Community Life   Local 65 (South Works)   Other   Unions   Other/Unknown   South Chicago   Other/Unknown   Photograph   Aprons   Food   Glasses   Hot dogs   Kitchens   Pans   Pots   South Works   U.S. Steel  

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