• Creator
  • Bonville, Frank
  • Created Date
  • ca. 1920
  • Description
  • This stationery, which is designed to advocate for the six hour day, was published by Frank Bonville of Seattle, Washington. One side bears printed quotations from the Seattle Union Record, Henry Ford, James A. Duncan, and many famous Americans (such as Abraham Lincoln and Helen Keller) supporting workers' rights. The other side is mostly blank lined stationery for the writer's use, but the header gives information about the campaign for a "Si... more
    This stationery, which is designed to advocate for the six hour day, was published by Frank Bonville of Seattle, Washington. One side bears printed quotations from the Seattle Union Record, Henry Ford, James A. Duncan, and many famous Americans (such as Abraham Lincoln and Helen Keller) supporting workers' rights. The other side is mostly blank lined stationery for the writer's use, but the header gives information about the campaign for a "Six Hour Day", as well as ordering information for how to acquire the stationery from the Bureau of Information in Seattle. less
  • Format
  • Ephemera
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