• Creator
  • Frink, J.M.
  • Created Date
  • 1907
  • Description
  • J.M. Frink of the Washington Iron Works Company writes to State Senator George Cotterill to ask him to oppose the eight-hour work day bill, Bill #197. The bill would enact an eight-hour work day for all employees. Frink writes that in foundries and boilershops, an average workday is ten hours and that limiting this to eight would hurt his business. He writes that it would be "a great injustice to new and struggling manufacturers of the State o... more
    J.M. Frink of the Washington Iron Works Company writes to State Senator George Cotterill to ask him to oppose the eight-hour work day bill, Bill #197. The bill would enact an eight-hour work day for all employees. Frink writes that in foundries and boilershops, an average workday is ten hours and that limiting this to eight would hurt his business. He writes that it would be "a great injustice to new and struggling manufacturers of the State of Washington." Frink asks that Cotterill oppose the bill. less
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  • Text
    Letter (correspondence)
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