AR6441-A. President John F. Kennedy Meets with the President’s Advisory Committee on Labor-Management

AR6441-A. President John F. Kennedy Meets with the President’s Advisory Committee on Labor-Management
21 March 1961
Meeting with the President’s Advisory Committee on Labor Management. Seated, L-R: Unidentified man; Secretary of Commerce, Luther Hodges; Secretary of Labor, Arthur Goldberg; President John F. Kennedy. Standing, L-R: Professor of Labor Relations in the Wharton School of Finance at the University of Pennsylvania, Dr. George W. Taylor; unidentified; Chairman of the Board of Directors of Inland Steel Company, Joseph L. Block; President of the International Business Machines (IBM) Corporation, Thomas J. Watson, Jr.; President of Reynolds Metal Company, Richard S. Reynolds, Jr.; President of the International Ladies Garment Workers’ Union, David Dubinsky. Cabinet Room, White House, Washington, D.C.
1 photographic print (black-and-white; 8 x 10 inches)
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Abbie Rowe. White House Photographs. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, Boston
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