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"Strike on Fulton Bag and Cotton Mills"
Date: ca. 1914
Document Type: Flyer
Unique ID: ms004-029
Description: This flyer announces that the strike has not been settled, and that agents of the Fulton Bag and Cotton Mills are concealed among the mill workers and in the mill village.
"Mass Meeting"
Date: ca. 1914
Document Type: Flyer
Unique ID: ms004-030
Description: This flyer announces a strike meeting to occur in the rear of Park Pharmacy on October 11, 1914, where John Golden, national president of the United Textile Workers of America will speak.
"Workers Attention"
Date: ca. 1914
Document Type: Flyer
Unique ID: ms004-031
Description: This flyer announces a strike meeting to occur at Chastain's Hall, 10th Street and Hemphill Avenue where Charles A. Miles, general organizer from Fall River, Massachusetts will speak.
"Workers of Fulton Bag and Cotton Mills Attention"
Date: ca. 1914
Document Type: Flyer
Unique ID: ms004-040
Description: This flyer announces a strike meeting to occur at the Odd Fellows Temple, Moore and Decatur Streets where Charles A. Miles, general organizer from Fall River, Massachusetts and S. B. Marks of Altanta will speak.
"Reward!"
Date: ca. 1914
Document Type: Flyer
Unique ID: ms004-054
Description: The flyer offers a one hundred dollar reward for information resulting in the arrest and conviction of the persons responsible for assaulting Howard Sims, a Fulton Bag and Cotton Mills worker.
"Mass Meeting under the Auspices of the Atlanta Federation of Trades"
Date: 1915 March 21
Document Type: Flyer
Unique ID: ms004-181
Description: This flyer announces a labor meeting to occur at the Alamo No. 2 on March 21, 1915, where John B. Lennon and James Shanessy will speak.
"Mass Meeting: Labor Forward Movement"
Date: 1915 April 18
Document Type: Flyer
Unique ID: ms004-183
Description: This flyer announces a labor meeting to occur at the Forsyth Theatre on April 18, 1915, where John George L. Berry and Sara Conboy will speak.
"Textile Workers, Organize for the Eight Hour Day"
Date: 1919 February 03
Document Type: Flyer
Unique ID: ms004-253
Description: In this article, John Golden denounces the anti-union stance of Frederick B. Gordon, President of the Columbus Manufacturing Company of Columbus, Georgia.