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1913-1914 Strike

Persons, Industrial Relations, Labor Disputes, Strikes and Lockouts, Buildings, Public Buildings E. F. Legender and A. W. Kerr, Attorneys. Attorneys, local for Federation Calumet, Mich. Kerr is now chief counsel for United Mine workers of Illinois who left for Springfield, Ill. [The two attorneys stand on steps enclosed by sandstone railings. A man who appears to be a postman stands behind them.]

Scanned: June 18, 2007


Italian Hall Disaster

Accidents, Industrial Relations, Labor Disputes, Strikes and Lockouts, Burials Funeral of the Italian Hall Disaster. Fifth Street Calumet December 28, 1913. 73 coffins carried by strikers to cemetery 2 miles from Calumet. Moyers deportation was sequel to this disaster when he made capital, by laying blame to Citizens Alliance. [White caskets are carried through the streets of Calumet.}

Scanned: June 18, 2007


Italian Hall Disaster

Accidents, Industrial Relations, Labor Disputes, Strikes and Lockouts, Burials Funeral - Italian Hall Disaster. Fifth Street, Red Jacket. This affair called thousands back to strike and prolonged strike many months. [A line of people as far as the eye can see, march down the main street of Calumet.]

Scanned: June 18, 2007


Italian Hall Disaster

Accidents, Industrial Relations, Labor Disputes, Strikes and Lockouts, Burials A view of the funeral of the victims of the Italian Hall Disaster which occurred on Xmas Eve, 1913. The Mohawk Crowd. [A horse drawn buggy is at the head of a line of people.]

Scanned: June 18, 2007


Italian Hall Disaster

Accidents, Industrial Relations, Labor Disputes, Strikes and Lockouts, Burials Funeral of the Italian Hall Disaster Xmas Eve 1913. 73 were killed by an alarm of "fire" at Italian Hall when all rushed to door. Xmas party was being held by families of miners, and someone yelled "Fire" Moyer endeavored to blame Citizens Alliance, and he was deported from district. [A line of people carry white coffins through the snow. People stand on the hill to observe.]

Scanned: June 15, 2007


Italian Hall Disaster

Accidents, Industrial Relations, Labor Disputes, Strikes and Lockouts, Burials Funeral of the victims of the Italian Hall Disaster Xmas Eve, 1913. 56 caskets in parade carried by strikers. [A parade of men carry the white caskets through snow covered streets. A sign for Bosch and Blum can be seen on one of the buildings.]

Scanned: June 18, 2007


1913-1914 Strike

Persons, Industrial Relations, Labor Disputes, Strikes and Lockouts, Manners and Customs, Clothing and Dress Congressional Committee. Switzer; Howell; Taylor; Judge Taylor; Casey. This committee was sent by congress to report on Fed. questions, who failed to report up to date (Sept. 1914) but probably will if Democrat Party wants Socialist vote. [The committee poses in what appears to be a studio photo.]

Scanned: June 20, 2007


1913-1914 Strike

Persons, Industrial Relations, Labor Disputes, Strikes and Lockouts, Buildings, Public Buildings Judge O. N. Hilton. Chief counsel of F. W. M. Denver, CO. He has been called the human skunk and he does it for pay. [Full body image of Judge Hilton.]

Scanned: June 20, 2007