Letter from Robert Young, general secretary of the Amalgamated Society of Engineers, to the Dublin Trades Council requesting a detailed statement on the current status of trade unions and the Dublin Lockout,
1914 January 13.
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|Main Creator:||Young, Robert, 1872-1957|
Inscribed on headed paper "Amalgamated Society of / Engineers. / Established 1851 / General Office / 110, Peckham Road / London". Includes the stamp "Amalgamated Society of Engineers / Executive Council".
Typescript letter asks for information on what other trade unions are doing to financially support their members and to get them reinstated to their former positions.Young writes "Can you give us an idea, under present circumstances, of the likely duration of the trouble and what further steps are necessary to bring the dispute to a close".
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