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|Letter from Oscar Elsas to David Clark, Southern Textile Bulletin
|| 1914 June 22
||In this letter, Oscar Elsas describes conditions at Fulton Bag and Cotton Mills during the strikes. He states that "our condition is improving regularly, although the incessent and unreasonable picketting is still active." He describes a striker parade as follows: "A total of 271 were in the parade, of which not over 30 were our employees. The balance were loafers, bums, and hangers-on, who were glad to get a living off of the commissary and the Union without having to work."