Organization records, 1892-1942.


Organization records, 1892-1942.

Correspondence, reports, accounts, and minutes of this affiliate of the American Federation of Labor (AFL), established in 1887 as the Duluth Federated Trades Assembly.

6.5 cu. ft. (12 boxes, incl. 13 v).


SNAC Resource ID: 7314185

Minnesota Historical Society Library

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