• Created Date
  • 1912
  • Description
  • This is a photo showing (from left to right) Joseph Caruso, Joseph Ettor, and Arturo Giovannitti. If you look closely you'll notice that the three men are handcuffed to each other. This photo was taken while they were still in custody on the charges of murder and inciting a riot. Ettor's characteristic grin can be found in almost every photo of him, including this one. Exhibited: "Bread and Roses Strike of 1912: Two Months in Lawrence, Massach... more
    This is a photo showing (from left to right) Joseph Caruso, Joseph Ettor, and Arturo Giovannitti. If you look closely you'll notice that the three men are handcuffed to each other. This photo was taken while they were still in custody on the charges of murder and inciting a riot. Ettor's characteristic grin can be found in almost every photo of him, including this one. Exhibited: "Bread and Roses Strike of 1912: Two Months in Lawrence, Massachusetts, that Changed Labor History" Digital Public Library of America online exhibition. Joseph Caruso was a very active Italian-American striker. Joseph Ettor and Arturo Giovannitti were chief organizers for the I.W.W. and rushed to Lawrence at the onset of the strike. less
  • Format
  • Photographs
  • Rights
  • The rights to this image may be restricted. Contact the Lawrence History Center for more information. Contact host institution for more information.