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HUGE TRUCKS RUMBLED UP TO THE DOORSOF THE ALLEN-A hosiery factory in Kenosha, Wis. The company was moving to Vermont and it was taking part of its machinery with it. Eight hundred employee were laid off. It was March 1938, when business indices were falling all over the country, and Kenosha, an industrial community of 50,000, was hard hit.  >>more...>>

Title:     A Community Creates Real Jobs
Author:    Shafer, Carol and Carlisle
Publication:     Survey Graphic
Publisher:     Survey Associates, Inc.
Type:     Article

Listed Under:
Kenosha, Wisconsin
Reconstruction Finance Corporation
Textile and Garment Industries

Notes:     Vol. 28, No. , p. 532.