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Fonds AM110 - International Typographical Union collection

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International Typographical Union collection

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AM110

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  • 1938-1948 (Creation)
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    International Typographical Union

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0.03 m

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The International Typographical Union was established in Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S.A. in May 1852. The Vancouver branch, Union No. 226, was established in 1887.

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Collection consists of copies of the programs issued for the 85th Convention of the I.T.U., held at Vancouver 16-23 August 1941, the proceedings of the meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the I.T.U., held at Vancouver 18-23 August 1941, and an outline history of Union No. 226 by Mr. George Bartley. The collection also contains copies of "Typo Times", a weekly news sheet issued by the Union during the Vancouver Province strike of 1946-1948. In addition, there are broadsheets issued at the time of the 1946-1948 strike and the 100th anniversary of the formation of the Union, as well as invitation cards issued on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the I.T.U. No. 226.

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  • Box: 511-D-05 fld 06-10