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New York: Russell Sage Foundation, 1931. Hardcover. 513p., original blue cloth boards; boards and spine contain some soil, ex-libris rubberstamp on endpaper for the Federal Council of Churches, damp stain spot on fore-edge, top-edge is somewhat dust soiled, else good. Industrial Relations Series.
New York: The Pilgrim Press, 1979. Portfolio. Issued with twenty plates of which no. 3 is lacking (described below) . We are offering the 19 numbered plates in perfect condition, enclosed in its useful portfolio folder, which is damaged. Background text is either from a densely printed card laid in.....
Washington: United Mine Workers of America, February, 4, 1950. 2p. letter, mimeographed, 8.5 x 11 inches, fold-creased, slightly chipped on edges else good condition. Lewis rejects arbitration in the contract dispute with mine owners, a contract agreement was later reached which ended strikes until 1971.
Washington DC: n.pub. 1946. Four-panel brochure, very good, providing a transcript of the address. Polemic against John L. Lewis, addressed to members of the United Mine Workers of America. Suggests that his earlier efforts for the union have been undermined by more recent actions after an illness when "something seems.....
npl: The Bell Syndicate, 1946. Pamphlet. Four panel brochure, 7x10.75 inches, two fold creases else very good condition. "Drew Pearson, author of the newspaper column 'On the Washington Merry-Go-Round' has prepared a series of penetrating articles on John L. Lewis, presented here in pamphlet form. Here are little-known facts about.....
Washington DC: United Mine Workers of America, District Fifty, 1955. Newspaper. Four issues, 9.25x12.5 inches, printed on newsprint, slightly shelf and edgeworn, even toning throughout the issues, subscriber's mailing address stamped along spine and library stamp in red along bottom edges, else in very good condition. Vol. 8, nos. 3.....