'Voice of Labour' newspaper containg two articles regarding the Irish Women Workers' Union which refer to the failure of certain employees stamping women's unemployment cards and also the I.W.W.U's decision not to take part in the upcoming General Election,
1927 Feb. 12.
|Main Creator:||Voice of Labour (Newspaper)|
Includes annotaated note in William O'Brien's hand "I.W.W.Union and the Labour Party pp 1 & 4". Other articles included in paper are "Electric Cooking is Cheaper"; "Free scholarships for members of the Irish Transport and General Workers' Union"; "Hunger and Cold"; "The Economic Situation in the United States"; and "Wars, and Rumours of Wars.".
Physical description: 1 item (8 pages).