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FRA-00249, ECA Cotton Worked Up and Used in France
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In the little town of Sonens (Vosges, France), piles of American cotton from Galveston, Texas are ready to be spun into the fine fabrics for which the town is famous. Marshall Plan cotton provides 80% of the raw material for the textile plants here – which represents three and a half days of work a week for those employed in the plants.
CollectionNational Archives Marshall Plan Photographs
Call No. FRA-00249
Holding Rights: Unrestricted