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1910s Blind WWI Veterans St. Dunstan UK Men Labor Reform Photo 1910s Blind WWI Veterans St. Dunstan UK Men Labor Reform Photo

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1910s Blind WWI Veterans St. Dunstan UK Men Labor Reform Photo

$275.00

Marvelous capture. St. Dunstan’s Hostel began serving just over a dozen men in their re-education of a trade after loss of sight.  By the end of World War I and amended for Blinded Soldiers and Sailors it aided...
1910s Sepia Gothic African American Railroad Labor Train Car Photos 1910s Sepia Gothic African American Railroad Labor Train Car Photos

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1910s Sepia Gothic African American Railroad Labor Train Car Photos

$900.00

Startling tones and composition, text book images.  Earl M. Tucker reverse (almost certainly the Caucasian man), found in NC.   ____ Sight size 5 x 7". One photograph shows edge chipping but mounts suffer heavy damage.  ...
1920s Textile Women’s Labor Factory Basketball Team Photo 1920s Textile Women’s Labor Factory Basketball Team Photo

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1920s Textile Women’s Labor Factory Basketball Team Photo

$275.00

Modern with flapper bobs, canvas hi tops and TEXTILE jerseys pose. ___ Signed Atkinson and dated 1928.  Mount measures 11.5 x 13", nice condition. 
1930s Factory Employee Passport Photos Photographers Archive 1930s Factory Employee Passport Photos Photographers Archive

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1930s Factory Employee Passport Photos Photographers Archive

$1,200.00

Westinghouse Air Brake Company (WABCO) was an early titan in the fields of electricity and transportation, by this time with projects all over the world. Presumably shot by the Westinghouse commercial / factory photographer for...
1932 Depression Era Labor Protest Cox’s Army Jobless Party Broadside 1932 Depression Era Labor Protest Cox’s Army Jobless Party Broadside

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1932 Depression Era Labor Protest Cox’s Army Jobless Party Broadside

$750.00

In January of 1932 Father James Renshaw Cox, a Roman Catholic priest with humble Pittsburgh beginnings, led a march of 250,000 unemployed Pennsylvanians to Washington DC.  When President Hoover launched an investigation into exactly how...
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