Statement by the Dublin Trades Council of the position of 22 Irish trade unions affected by the Dublin Lockout, including the number of members lockout out and the unions ability to provide lockout pay,
|Main Creator:||Dublin Council of Trade Unions|
Statement was created following a conference of delegates from the trade unions in Trades Hall, Capel Street, Dublin, at which William O'Brien presided. Includes detailed outline of position of trade unions with the name of trade union and it's delegate, number of men locked out and details relating to lockout pay.
Includes pencil annotations and a passage on verso dated 22nd October 1913 regarding wiring Thomas McPartlin in England to secure financial assistance from the P.C. [British Trades Union Congress Parliamentary Committee] for the trade unions providing lockout pay.
Physical description: 1 item (5 pages).
Pages are fragile. Handle with care.