Ida Budman interviewed by Susie Tanenbaum | New York (N.Y.)

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Date: Time Period: 1940s
Type: Oral history
Identifier: aql:28987
Description: Ida Budman provides details of working conditions in the 1940s. Workers could not even use the bathroom, except at specific times. These conditions resulted in many workers joining unions.
Date: Time Period: 1940s
Type: Oral history
Identifier: aql:28988
Description: Ida Budman explains a union organized work stoppage incident in which she played an integral part.
Date: Time Period: 1940s
Type: Oral history
Identifier: aql:28989
Description: Ida Budman discusses the early days of labor unions in New York City. One of her first jobs was at Lerner Shops (Now New York & Company.) It was there that she learned about the history of Unions and ... More
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