Women with sewing machines at Serfis Glove Company in Wells

Women working at the Serfis Glove Company. Workers kept a bag of cut gloves by their side, ready to sew, and were paid by the pair. Most women also had commercial sewing machines in their homes and would do additional work at night or on weekends. March 6, 1956. Wells, NY. Photo courtesy of Bruce Wright.

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