New York: Education Department, Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America, 1924. 4to. Wraps. 160 p. Some wear at extremities, short tear at top edge of front cover, chipped at base of spine; else very good. 
Illustrated with "work-protraits of the men and women in the clothing industry" by Lewis Hine. Contains "From the Diary of a Girl Organizer" by Hortense Powdermaker, "The Role of the Immigrant in the Labor Movement" by David Saposs, "Brookwood - Labor's Training Camp" by A. J. Muste, "What Life Means to Me" by Upton Sinclair, and other articles by Jacob S. Potofsky, Joseph Schlossberg, Salutsky, Robert W. Dunn, Edwin Seaver, Charles A. Beard, Scott Nearing, Joseph Freeman, et al.