New York City. Fact Finding Board in the Transit Industry. Transcript and Exhibits, 1950.

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New York City. Fact Finding Board in the Transit Industry. Transcript and Exhibits, 1950.

New York City. Fact Finding Board in the Transit Industry. Transcript and Exhibits, 1950.

Transcript and exhibits of New York Fact Finding Board in the Transit Industry, concerning the Board of Transportation and Transport Workers Union dispute in 1950.

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