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[Draft of statement on child labor]
Date: ca. 1915
Document Type: Draft
Unique ID: ms004-056
Description: In this statement, the company claims that no child under the age limit of 14 and a half years was hired by Fulton Bag and Cotton Mills after the passage of the Child Labor Act. The company also states that at the time of the May 1914 strike, only 16 children between the ages of 12 and 14 were employed by the Mills. The company also denies the truth of reports that a 10 year old boy named Milton Nunally worked at the Mills. The statement claims that his mother falsified his age when he was hired. The boy was eventually fired for mischief.
[Draft of statement on hours]
Date: ca. 1915
Document Type: Draft
Unique ID: ms004-057
Description: In this statement, the company claims that working hours have been 60 hours per week since January 1, 1912.
[Draft of statement on savings]
Date: ca. 1915
Document Type: Draft
Unique ID: ms004-058
Description: In this report, the company describes its encouragement of employees to save money, and cites a specific example of a pair of weavers, S. J. Jenkins and his wife.
[Draft of statement on education]
Date: ca. 1915
Document Type: Draft
Unique ID: ms004-059
Description: In this statement, the company describes its policies regarding the education of the workers employed by the Mill.
[Draft of statement on housing and commissary]
Date: ca. 1915
Document Type: Draft
Unique ID: ms004-060
Description: In this statement, the company describes its policies regarding company-provided housing and the company commissary.
[Draft of statement on the Wesley House and dining hall]
Date: ca. 1915
Document Type: Draft
Unique ID: ms004-061
Description: In this statement, the company describes the "Wesley House" hotel run by the Mills, and the company-provided dining hall.
"The Mote in Your Neighbor's Eyes, the Beam in Your Own"
Date: ca. 1915
Document Type: Draft
Unique ID: ms004-065
Description: In this statement, the management of Fulton Bag and Cotton Mills defends the companies against what it sees as unjust attacks upon it by the Men and Religion Movement.