About the Kate Mullany House


The Kate Mullany House was declared a National Historic Landmark by the Secretary of the Interior in 1998 and designated an affiliated unit with in the National Historic Site Congress on 2005. It is located at 350 8th St. in Troy, NY. It is the home of the American Labor Studies Center. The site is undergoing restoration and does not have regular visiting hours. For information on visiting the site, call the American Labor Studies Center at (518) 331-4474.

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Don’t Iron While the Strike is Hot!

Click HERE to order tickets to the new musical about Kate

Mullany and the Troy Collar Laundry Union 1864 strike

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PowerPoint: The Legacy of Kate Mullany

View this PowerPoint that describes the life and times of Kate Mullany and the Collar Laundry Union as well as efforts underway to restore the site.

Video of Hillary Clinton Accepting Kate Mullany Medal

NHL Dedication

Read First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton's remarks at the NHL
dedication on July 15, 1998

On July 15, 1998, First Lady Hillary

Rodham Clinton dedicated the

Kate Mullany House as a National Historic Landmark

 

 

 


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National Womens Hall of Fame



Kate Mullany was inducted into the National Women's Hall of Fame in Seneca Falls, New York, in
2000.  

Read her entry here .

Kate Mullany Grave Site

View the 12 foot Celtic Cross erected at Kate Mullany's grave site in 1999.

On September 8, 1999, members of the labor movement and
community dedicated a Celtic Cross at Kate Mullany’s grave site at St.
Peter’s Cemetery in Troy.


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