Terre Haute, IN: Brotherhood of Locomotive of the United States & Canada, 1883. Hardcover. 575p., half leather bound (spine and corners) in black leather rubbed and a bit cracked along the hinge, purple cloth unevenly faded, one page 15/16 has chipping and rips in the margins, a few gatherings slightly pulled, all issues bound in without the covers as was common for the period. Complete for the year.
Debs' union where he learned about unionism and politics. Harper contributes a few articles in the magazine, in 1884 she became the women's section editor. She became a leading Suffragist and the historian of women's movement.