"Ní saoirse gan saoirse lucht oibre" Irish Transport and General Workers' Union (established January, 1909) an Irish union for Irish workers :
the largest & [and] most effective union in Ireland credit balance exceeds - £80,000...join the union that taught the Irish workers how to fight
Irish Transport and General Workers' Union.
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Dublin : Juverna Press Ltd., [n.d., between ca. 1924-1939].
This item is held in the Department of Ephemera.
Handbill encouraging people to join a branch of the Irish Transport and General Workers' Union - "Remember! The Lord helps those who help themselves. The Lord help those who don't! We want you - you want us. "An injury to one is the concern of all". Branches in all the principal towns in Ireland. Head Office: 35 Parnell Square, Dublin, C. 16. Thomas Foran, General President; Thomas Kennedy, Vice-President; William O'Brien, General Secretary". With a quotation from James Connolly reprinted at left of sheet concerning the importance of the Irish Transport and General Workers' Union.
Physical description: 1 handbill ; 28.9 x 13 cm..
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