Do you have a vintage union label that you need help identifying?I’d love to see it and figure out its origin and era! a union label by The United Hatters of North America (UHNA).If you are on a personal connection, like at home, you can run an anti-virus scan on your device to make sure it is not infected with malware.If you are at an office or shared network, you can ask the network administrator to run a scan across the network looking for misconfigured or infected devices.But there are more union labels to be found in vintage clothing than just that of the ILGWU.
We carry one of the largest vintage hat collections in the valley. One reason we have so many fabulous vintage hats is because of one of our Dealers, Dianna Hanson, also know to us as the “Hat Lady.” Dianna has been collecting for many years and her personal collection has grown to more than 1000 hats., a brand with such rich history and so many myths and legends attached to its name.The brand was founded by two European immigrants in America, Levi Strauss and Jacob Davis with their patent for copper-riveted jeans.This is not a complete guide to every single union label known to clothing and textile production — but it does cover the largest unions and therefore, the labels you’re most likely to see when examining the interior of your vintage garments.Visit my article for 13 tips on dating vintage clothing labels!If Levi’s is known for one thing besides their jeans, it’s their jackets, which they’ve produced for over a hundred years.A century of truckers and blousons, however, has made for a multitude of models that many devote their lives to cataloging. provided by Levi’s) for dating vintage Levi’s jackets.When they do the information is stitched into or printed on the lining of the hat.Beginning in the late 1920’s, ribbon-like hat labels were sewn into the hats.Most people that I know have owned a piece of Levi’s in their lives.Although modern Levi’s isn’t the same as the Levi’s we know from the turn of the century or just the mid-twentieth century, the vision of the brand’s creators is still there.