Circular from Thomas Foran, general president of the Irish Transport and General Workers' Union, to other branches of the Union concerning arrangements for Labour Day (1st May) celebrations, demonstrations and work stoppage,
1919 April 24.
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|Main Creator:||Foran, Thomas, 1883-1951|
Foran writes that Labour Day's purpose is "the celebration of Labour propaganda" and that any branches who cease work without also engaging in celebratory activities have "failed in their duty".
With manuscript notes in William O'Brien's hand, concerning trade union activity, on the verso.
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