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This photograph shows Kansas Governor Frederick Lee Hall, and his opposition to the "right to work" bill. The bill, which passed through both houses of the Kansas legislature, was designed to eliminate the requirement that laborers join a union to work in unionized factories and shops. Hall, who had a history of sympathizing with organized labor, favored a labor-management bill more open to organized labor. Hall vetoed the bill during the 1956 legislative session.

Creator: Reeves, Hal
Date: 1956

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Item Number: 505593
Call Number: B Hall, Fred *57
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 505593

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