• Creator
  • Central Labor Council of Seattle and Vicinity
  • Created Date
  • 1919
  • Description
  • Excerpt from the "Proceedings of the Central Labor Council: March 3, 1915 to May 25, 1921". These are the minutes of the Seattle Central Labor Council's meeting on March 26, 1919. The minutes list the communications received from many individuals and organizations on a wide array of issues, including a request to form a committee to plan the construction of a new Labor Temple, and an appeal by the International Workers' Defense League to set a... more
    Excerpt from the "Proceedings of the Central Labor Council: March 3, 1915 to May 25, 1921". These are the minutes of the Seattle Central Labor Council's meeting on March 26, 1919. The minutes list the communications received from many individuals and organizations on a wide array of issues, including a request to form a committee to plan the construction of a new Labor Temple, and an appeal by the International Workers' Defense League to set a referendum vote on the July 4th Mooney strike. The minutes go on to list the bills due that week and the new delegates presenting their credentials to the Council. The Council considers the actions of the Seattle School Board in dismissing Charles Neiderhauser, and moves to form a committee to recall the board members. Addresses are then made by "Cotterill" and William Short, with the support of others, regarding the legislative efforts on labor's behalf that year, and their relative success. The Council's Executive Board, having previously... less
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    Scanned from original text or image at 150 dpi saved in TIFF format, resized and enhanced using Adobe Photoshop, and imported as JPEG2000 using Contentdm software's JPEG2000 Extension. 2011