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Subseries 1. William A. Klinger, 1899-1900

Scope and Content Notes:

Contained within this subseries are the correspondence received and sent by Pittsburgh Typographical Union No. 7 during the presidency of William A. Klinger from 1899 to 1900. These letters include business matters pertaining to various union strikes and controversies. The majority of communications in this subseries are incoming correspondence from other unions to Klinger pledging their support to Pittsburgh Typographical Union No. 7 during the strike of 1900. Also included in this subseries are letters to various officers, including the Vice-President and Secretary of Pittsburgh Typographical Union No. 7.

Box 4
Folder 1 Controversy between Local Union No. 7 and Union No. 20, 1899
Folder 2 Broomakers Union Correspondence, 1900
Folder 3 Circular Letter to President Klinger, 1900
Folder 4 Machinists Controversy Correspondence, 1899-1900
Folder 5 Correspondence, 1899
Folder 6 Strike Correspondence, 1899-1900
Folder 7-8 Strike Support, 1899-1900
Folder 9 Correspondence of President Klinger, 1899-1900
Folder 10 Correspondence with the International Typographical Union, 1899-1900
Folder 11 Correspondence, 1900
Folder 12 Labor Spy Letter, 1900