Lots of garments from the 1950s will have a fiber tag without a percentage--for instance, simply "Cotton." Of course, people sometimes just cut tags out, so lack of a tag doesn't always equal vintage.--- There's a common misperception that if a garment has a "union label," it's always vintage.
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Union labels are a good clue but they don't always mean vintage. Union labels have been appearing in US-made clothing for over a hundred years--so it's true that a lot of vintage clothing has them.