Robert Rosenfeld Interview, 2012

Robert "Buzz" Rosenfeld talks about his experiences as a lawyer in the garment industry in Cleveland. He negotiated with unions for the companies for many years as did his father. He shares his experiences in the industry: negotiations with unions, how some of the factories worked, technology, and comments on its decline in the Cleveland area. He talked briefly about driving the mayor of University Heights in parades.

Participants: Resenfeld, Robert (interviewee) / Frisch, Marc (interviewer) / Martin, Sean (interviewer) / Smith, Kelsey
Collection: Garment Industry
Institutional Repository: Cleveland Regional Oral History Collection

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Garment Industry

These interviews focus on the Cleveland garment industry and were conducted in support of a collaborative research project by Marc Frisch and Sean Martin.