Mullany in International Labor Hall of Fame
Kate Mullany Inducted into International Labor Hall of FameKate Mullany Inducted into International Labor Hall of Fame
Don't Iron While the Strike is Hot!
Click HERE to watch a video of the musical about Kate Mullany and the 1964 Troy Collar Laundry Union strike.
Labor and Industry in Troy and Cohoes: A Brief History
Kate Mullany: Labor Activist by Hailey Hanson
Kate Mullany, a young Irish immigrant working in
the collar laundries of
Troy, NY in the 1860's, became one of the most important woman activists in the early labor movement. Now a National Historic Landmark and National Historic Site, the Kate Mullany house stands as an important reminder of power of unity among all workers. (Published on Jun 13, 2016).
Troy landmark honors indomitable founder of female labor union : Berkshires Week
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.