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This is one of a series of bulletins published by the Publicity Committee of the Allied Printing Trades during a printers strike in Topeka, Kansas. The publication proposes establishing a large print shop, owned and operated by the printers, if the local employers insist on maintaining their non-union shop policy.

Date: Between 1920 abd 1930

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Item Number: 211266
Call Number: K 655 Pam v.1 Printers Strike
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 211266

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