File consists of images taken during a Cloakmakers' Union rally. The images depict garment workers arriving at and participating in the rally held at the Victory Theatre (Standard) on Spadina Avenue. Images include workers standing in front of 468 King Street West, also known as the Samuel and Benjamin Building, just west of Spadina Avenue, as well as in front of Lou Leed's Agencies in the Darling Building and in front of the Tower Building, both located on Spadina Avenue. The Title Dress building on the southwest corner can be seen in the background. Also included are photos of a group of workers walking up Spadina Avenue at Camden Street, workers getting off of chartered city buses stopped just below D'Arcy Street and the workers entering the Victory, seated inside the theatre and several images of officers of the union speaking on stage at the podium. There is also one photograph of workers walking along Spadina Avenue beneath the awning of the Victory (Standard) Theatre in which the Hebrew Men of England Synagogue can be faintly seen in the background.
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Prints of a couple of these images are located in accession 1984-1-6.