Don't Iron While the Strike is Hot!
A musical, by Ruth Henry, tells of young Irish immigrant Kate Mullany, her organization of the Collar Laundry Union in 1864 in Troy - the First Bona-Fide Female Labor Union in the Country - and its strike of the collar manufacturers. The performance is produced & performed by students age 8-15. A fun & engaging local history lesson for all ages & is offered for FREE AT THE MUSEUM. Albany street parking is free on the weekends. Please do not park in the private lots behind the Museum.
Created by irishamerheritage
Albany, NY 12207
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