The Industrial Workers Of the World: The Wobblies
18.75 in HIGH x 22 in WIDE
(47.62 cm HIGH x 55.88 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

Bottom left: UAW" logo". | Bottom right: Allied Printing Union Label" logo 14". | Bottom right of image: "John Z. Gelsavage / Jan. 1956". | On back: "Additional copies of / UAW "This Union Cause" Posters / may be obtained from / UAW Education Department / 8000 East jefferson Avenue / Detroit 14, Michigan 48214 / Price, 3 copies for $1.00 / "Allied Printing Union Label" logo 14 / (c) 1963 International Union - UAW".

Poster is printed on white paper. Poster is collage of images related to the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW). The poster depicts men camping, men mining coal, a protest women and children lined up against a corn field. At the bottom right of the poster is text that reads: "The Industrial Workers Of The World: The Wobblies". Below this title are two columns of text that reads: "Founded in chicago in 1905, the IWW''s main objectives were to / organize "one big union" and form a cooperative commonwealth. / involved in historical strikes, trials and fights for freedom of speech / were "Big Bill" Haywood, Elizabeth Gurley Flynn, Joe Ettor, Arturo / Giovannitti, and Joe Hill. / The message of the Wobblies was spread through periodicals, pam- / phlets, poems and songs like Ralph Chaplin''s "Solidarity Forever." / Their philosophy and militant, effective strikes at Lawrence, / Massachusetts and Paterson, New Jersey, were milestones in the / labor movement.".
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