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Vintage shop front, Garment District, ca. 1905-1910


Triangle Fire Remembered on PBS and HBO

Two documentaries recall the day a century ago when a fast-moving blaze at the Triangle factory in Greenwich Village killed 146 people.

On March 25, 1911, the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire kills 146 garment workers in New York City. It remains one of the worst U.S. disasters since the Industrial Revolution.


Fair Trade for the Global Garment Industry

Fair Trade for the Global Garment Industry - Mitch Blunt illustration

Love the layers and mix patterns Engineered Garments

Photo of 1940's WW II women at work in a steel factory by The U. S. National Archives @ flickr.