Men and women cut, stitch and pile up military uniforms in the United States during World War I.
United States USA Date:1917 Duration:3 min 0 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Manufacture of military uniforms in the United States. Men lay out a roll of cloth on a large table. A man cuts the cloth with a machine to stitch military uniforms. Men and women work on sewing machines to stitch the uniforms. They fold the uniforms and make piles of them. Men pile up stacks of uniforms and tie them with ropes into a bundle.
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