|Title||Shipyard Laborers, Riggers and Fasteners of the Pacific Local 38-A letter to Tacoma Central Labor Council regarding the Socialist Party, July 23, 1919 |
|Author||International Longshoremen's Association. Local 38-A (Tacoma, Wash.) |
|Date of Publication||1919 |
|Notes||This letter from Local 38-A of the International Longshoremen's Association (the Shipyard Laborers, Riggers and Fasteners of the Pacific) to the Central Labor Council of Tacoma and Vicinity, sent on July 23, 1919, relates the result of a vote at the local's most recent meeting. The text of the letter reads:|
"Dear Sir, & Bro.
This is to inform you that the Shipyard Laborers Riggers & Fasteners at their last Meeting indorsed the organization called The Socialist Party, As their choise of a Working Class Political Party. Bya vote of 34 in favor to a vote of 6 opposed.
Yours for Working Class control"
|Subjects (LCSH)||International Longshoremen's Association. Local 38-A (Tacoma, Wash.)--Political activity; Labor unions--Political activity--Washington (State)--Tacoma; Socialist Party (Wash.); Labor movement--Washington (State)--Tacoma; Tacoma Central Labor Council |
|Geographic Coverage||United States--Washington (State)--Tacoma |
|Digital ID Number||PNW01097 |
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|Digital Collection||Pacific Northwest Historical Documents Collection|
|Repository||University of Washington Libraries. Special Collections Division. |
|Repository Collection||Central Labor Council, Pierce County records. Accession No. 2882-001. Box 3/35 |
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|Object Type||Letter (correspondence)|
|Physical Description||1 leaf; 28 x 21 cm. |
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