Labor Unions

These documents are contained in the penitentiary case file for Isaac Coldwell. Coldwell was convicted of violating the Oleomargerine Act from 1886. The first set of documents is a propaganda memo that appeals for donations from the National Propaganda Committee for the Unemployed. The second set is an article detailing the struggles of organized labor in Phoenix, Arizona, and reports regarding various labor and union activities throughout the country.

Subject

United States Penitentiary, Atlanta, Georgia | Communism

Creator

Records of the Bureau of Prisons, Record Group 129

Source

Inmate Case Files, 1902-1921

Date

ca. 1919

Rights

National Archives at Atlanta

Format

Textual Document. 8 pages

Identifier

National Archives Identifier 607937

Coverage

Atlanta, (Ga.) | Chicago (Ill.)

Original Format

Paper
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