• Creator
  • Central Labor Council of Seattle and Vicinity
  • Created Date
  • 1919
  • Description
  • This letter was sent by the Central Labor Council of Seattle and Vicinity "to all affiliated organizations re the closing of the 'Union Record'" on November 16, 1919. The recipient is informed that "your committee of fifteen" have been meeting since the 13th and wish to give an update on the events surrounding the closure of the offices of the Seattle Union Record, the Council's daily newspaper. Details are given regarding how the committee re... more
    This letter was sent by the Central Labor Council of Seattle and Vicinity "to all affiliated organizations re the closing of the 'Union Record'" on November 16, 1919. The recipient is informed that "your committee of fifteen" have been meeting since the 13th and wish to give an update on the events surrounding the closure of the offices of the Seattle Union Record, the Council's daily newspaper. Details are given regarding how the committee responded to the government's action, and what steps were taken by the government at what times. They note that they have secured "legal talent" to represent their interests and seek the "immediate release of the plant". They have made arrangements to publish the Union Record at another plant, which will begin on Sunday (the 16th). The letter notes that Frank P. Walsh has been appealed to for help, and that special meetings should be held by all affiliated organizations in order to receive information from the committee of fifteen. A desperate... less
  • Format
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    Letter (correspondence)
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