In Union There Is Strength

In Union There Is Strength

n.p.: Screen Publicists Guild / Screen Office and Professional Employees Guild, [1948]. A short pamphlet by the Screen Publicists Guild / Screen Office and Professional Employees Guild representing the 3500 home office workers and exchange workers: file clerks, secretaries, accountants, readers, typists, messengers, feature writers, column contacts, press-book editors, copywriters, and artists who work for the motion picture companies. Argues for protection for this vulnerable class of workers employing the oft-used slogan, “In union there is strength.”

Stapled wrappers, [10] p., illustrations. Smudge to front wrapper, but about Near Fine. Uncommon. One copy in OCLC at Wisconsin. Item #07634

Price: $25.00

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