Congress of Industrial Organizations
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New York: Religious Associates of the National Citizens Political Action Committee, 1946. Four-panel newsletter, 8.5x11 inces, creased from folding for mailing. The pro-labor religious organization was affiliated with the CIO. Includes a section discussing religious endorsements of the labor movement, the right to strike, etc.
Chicago: Tribune Unite, Chicago Newspaper Guild, 1939. Single 8.5x11 inch sheet, mimeographed front and back, very good condition. Masthead designed to mimic the style of the Chicago Tribune. Headline stories include the firing of a veteran copyreader and formal union protests to judge G. Cleveland Niemeyer for his injunction against.....
Oakland, CA: Auspices AFL, CIO RR Brotherhoods, Independent Unions, Alameda County Joint Labor Committee to Combat Anti-Labor Legislation, 1947. Leaflet, 8.5x11 inches printed on both sides, all text, creased with short closed tears, minor chipping on one edge, uneven browning, pen date - 1947 on both sides.
Washington: Congress of Industrial Organizations, Department of Research & Education, 1944. Pamphlet. 31p., stapled wraps, 5x7.75 inches, old price penned on front wrap else very good later printing. CIO publication no. 98. CIO Postwar Planning Committee report no. 1. CIO facts for action.
Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 2000. 235p., first edition, inscribed and signed "To Arthur Lipow, from fellow fighter, David S.Burgess..." Very good condition in like dj. "After college he helped coal miners to build homes and organized sharecroppers and migrant workers as part of the Southern Tenant Farmers Union. He.....