iluvk9 wrote:I'll bite. What did it mean?
iluvk9 wrote:DemoDick wrote:In the mid 1800's when trade and labor unions began to form, "Union Made" labels signified that the product was made by higher paid...
Did not know that.
iluvk9 wrote:Were you a history major or do you just like to read up on it?
DemoDick wrote:iluvk9 wrote:Were you a history major or do you just like to read up on it?
No, I just know stuff. History is a hobby. My degree is in Sociology, which means I am eminently qualified to answer the age-old question, "Would you like fries with that?"
I really wish I had pictures of my specific family line from the period Michelle is referencing, but they were so dirt poor that they were more concerned with not starving than having their poverty preserved on film.
mnp13 wrote:We have one. It's set for five minutes, which is plenty of time to see a spelling error, etc and fix it.
mnp13 wrote:At Foster Paper in the 30's and 40's - I have a few of the strike photos.
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