• Creator
  • Central Labor Council of Seattle and Vicinity
  • Created Date
  • 1921
  • Description
  • This petition, bearing the signatures of several dozen union members, was presented to the Seattle Central Labor Council on March 30, 1921. It accuses the Council's officers of failing in their duty to protect the investment made in the Seattle Union Record, the newspaper owned and operated by the Council. It calls for more vigilant investigation, and for the immediate resignation of John C. Mundy, the President of the Central Labor Council, a... more
    This petition, bearing the signatures of several dozen union members, was presented to the Seattle Central Labor Council on March 30, 1921. It accuses the Council's officers of failing in their duty to protect the investment made in the Seattle Union Record, the newspaper owned and operated by the Council. It calls for more vigilant investigation, and for the immediate resignation of John C. Mundy, the President of the Central Labor Council, and E. B. Ault, the editor of the Seattle Union Record, as well as demanding that the Council engineer the removal of George P. Listman and Frank A. Rust, the president and secretary, respectively, of the Seattle Union Record Publishing Company. A handwritten note on the petition records that it was referred to the Resolutions Committee on March 30, 1921, at 9:30p.m. less
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