American Labor Museum/ Botto House National Landmark
         83 Norwood Street, Haledon, NJ 07508                                    www.labormuseum.org
              Tel. (973-595-7953  Fax (973) 595-7291                      email: labormuseum@aol.com
                                     
Coming Events
About Us   Directions     Museum Giftshop     Join Us
Book a Group Tour
Support the Museum: Buy A Brick Meet our Board of Trustees
                                   "THE HOUSE ON THE GREEN"
View a video history of the Botto House & the 1913 Paterson Strike, go to
  this site, click on "browse by organization"& Labor Museum                                                                                
http://www.wpunj.edu/njvid/index.php?brov
Saturday Labor Art Classes for children,
see
children
Passaic County Students Sought for
"Yes We Can" Project  See
Passaic
Rent a video cassette, DVD: Feature films, labor history etc.
Around Haledon: Immigration and Labor
A new book by Angelica Santomauro and Evelyn Hershey          See  HaledonBook
Borrow a Museum-in-a-Suitcase portable exhibit for your classroom, union hall, senior center or library.
See
suitcase
Scouting Opportunities
The Song of the American Labor Movement
               See
Solidarity Song
Distance Learning Classes
Visit the Museum, see coupon        
Download free admission card see annualmuseumday
CURRENT
EXHIBIT:
The History of Labor in Chicago
                   seee
chicagohistory
NEXT
EVENT:

October 23, 2009: Film screening
"Heart of the Factory"
Thursday, November 19, 2009
27th Annual Sol Stetin Awards Gala
honoring Charles Wowkanech and Congressman Bill Pascrell      see
Gala
COMING
EVENTS:
Links:
Bread and Roses Cultural Project of Local 1199.  On-line gallery of art about labor.
www.bread-and-roses.com
American Labor Studies Center. (ALSC)
www.labor-studies.org
New Jersey Digital Highway.  Photos of New Jersey's past. www.newjerseydh.org
The American Labor Museum/Botto House National Landmark received a General Operating Support Grant from the New Jersey Historical Commission, Division of the Department of State.
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