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Collection — Container: Small Processed Collections: Com-Cr, Box 3, Folder: 10
Abstract Correspondence (1932) and a souvenir Labor Day program published by the Central Trades and Labor Assembly of Syracuse, New York, and vicinity (1899), collected by Mr. Crosby. The history and officers of labor organizations affiliated with the Syracuse Central Trades and Labor Assembly in 1899 are discussed.
Abstract Miscellaneous labor material including a 1914 copy of the Miners Bulletin, concerned with the copper strike in Calumet, Michigan. Also in the collection is a 1921 letter from Frank X. Martel, head of the Detroit Federation of Labor, discussing a proposal to move Labor Day from September to May.
Abstract The Metropolitan Detroit AFL-CIO “Labor News” Photographs consist of several hundred 8x10, black and white photo prints used within the publication. Of particular note are photo prints that document the activities of the FDR-CIO Summer School. The content covers union activities, historical events, persons of interest, and civic activities, and offers a unique view into the activities of the AFL-CIO throughout Michigan, particularly in Metropolitan Detroit, during the mid-20th century.