Original Records, 1886-1953

10 boxes; 2,286 items
Scope and content:

Originally part of the Labor Archives collection, the original set of records of the Charleston Typographical Union 43 include correspondence and reports, primarily of the various persons who served as secretary-treasurer of Local 43, discussing arbitration, a ten per cent assessment on earnings of union members to promote the 44-hour week, wages, strike benefits and contributions, conventions, membership, dues, and traveling cards; information and reports from the parent organization; account books recording fines and assessments, expenditures, and receipts; minute books; applications for membership and membership and pension rolls; and published materials. There is currently no box list for these records.


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