On the First All-Women “Collar Laundry Union”

The Hudson Mohawk Network Roaming Correspondent, Willie Terry attended the open house at the “Kate Mullany National Historic Site” in Troy on May 29, 2019. In this segment, you will hear part one of his interview with Paul F. Cole, Executive Director of the American Labor Studies Center and Kate Mullany House about the house and Kate Mullany, founder of the first all women “Collar Laundry Union.”

Alexis Goldsmith

Alexis Goldsmith

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