The Kate Mullany House was declared a National Historic Landmark by the Secretary of the Interior in 1998 and designated an affiliated unit with in the National Historic Site Congress on 2005. It is located at 350 8th St. in Troy, NY. It is the home of the American Labor Studies Center. The site is undergoing restoration and does not have regular visiting hours. For information on visiting the site, call the American Labor Studies Center at (518) 331-4474.
The house at 350 8th St. is under renovation. The other half of the building at 352 8th St. is in foreclosure, and the ALSC is hoping to acquire it as well. Until that time, the renovations continue, as does the fundraising. For more information on supporting the restoration project, please click HERE.
|The Kate Mullany house became a National Historic Landmark in 1998|
|My mom on the steps of Kate Mullany's House|
|The back yard has been recently landscaped|
|Kate & her Irish parents arrived in Troy in 1853|
|One of the exhibit panels at Kate Mullany NHS|
|Another of the exhibit panels at Kate Mullany NHS|
|Kate was inducted National Women's Hall of Fame 2000|
|Staircase leading to the 3rd floor|
|Original floors under modern bathroom linoleum|
|Lathe & plaster and modern plumbing|
|New old windows|
|Renovating the ceiling|
|Turquoise plaster over the brick fireplace|
|Me at the top of the stairs|
|3rd floor plan|
|Me in my "Don't iron while the strike is hot!" tee|
|Kate Mullany's grave at St. Peter's Cemetery in Troy, NY|
|Leaving a token to show I was there|
Also, check out the PowerPoint presentation for more information on Kate Mullany & the Collar Laundry Strike.