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1 Commons, John R. with Ulrich B. Phillips, Eugene A. Gilmore, Helen L. Sumner and John B. Andrews (editors). A Documentary History of American Industrial Society: Volume IV - Supplement. Labor Conspiracy Cases.
Cleveland, Ohio. Arthur H. Clark Company. 1910 Hardcover Good 
8vo - 23.5 x 16 cm.; [4] - 136 - [4] pp. Blue cloth over boards with gilt lettering on spine. "Pepared under the auspices of the American Bureau of Industrial Research with co-operation of the Carnegie Institution of Washington". Preface by Richard T. Ely and introduction by John B. Clark. The case covered in this supplementary volume are: 1 - "Thompsonville Carpet Weavers, 1834-1836", 1A - "Thompsonville Carpet Manufacturing Company v Wm. Taylor, Edward Gorman and Thomas Norton", 1B - "Wm. Taylor v the Thompsonville Manufacturing Company". The head edge of the text block is trimmed and gilded while the fore and tail edges are untrimmed with many fore edge margins being unopened. Library markings are a sticker/glue stain on the lower spine, library stamps on the front free end paper and the back paste down end paper and an attachment removal scar on the back free end paper. Otherwise clean with a solid binding.; Ex-Library 19961 
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2 Commons, John R. with Ulrich B. Phillips, Eugene A. Gilmore, Helen L. Sumner and John B. Andrews (editors). A Documentary History of American Industrial Society: Volume IV. Labor Conspiracy Cases.
Cleveland, Ohio. Arthur H. Clark Company. 1910 Hardcover Good 
8vo - 23.5 x 16 cm.; [4] - 341 - [5] pp. Blue cloth over boards with gilt lettering on spine. "Pepared under the auspices of the American Bureau of Industrial Research with co-operation of the Carnegie Institution of Washington". Preface by Richard T. Ely and introduction by John B. Clark. Illustrated with one photographic facsimile plate of the original title page of the 'Trial of Twenty-four Journey-men Tailors' (1827). The cases covered in this volume are: 1 - "Pittsburg Cordwainers. Commonwealth v Morrow, 1815", 2 - "Master Ladies Shoemakers. Commonwealth v Carlisle, 1821", 3 - "New York Hatters. People v Trequier, 1823", 4 - "Buffalo Tailors, 1824", 5 - "Twenty-Four Journeyman Tailors. Commonwealth v Moore, Philadelphia, 1827", 6 - "Philadelphia Spinners. Kennedy v Treillou, 1829", 7 - "Baltimore Weavers. State v Pomeroy, 1829", 8 - "Chambersburg Shoemakers, 1829", 9 - "Geneva Shoemakers. People v Fisher, 1835", 10 - "Hudson Shoemakers, 1836", 11 - "Thompsonville Carpet Weavers, 1834-1836", 12 - "Twenty Journeymen Tailors. People v Faulkner. New York, 1836", 13 - "Philadelphia Plasterers. Commonwealth v Grinder, 1836", 14 - "Commonwealth v Hunt, 1840, 1842". The head edge of the text block is trimmed and gilded while the fore and tail edges are untrimmed with many fore edge margins being unopened. Library markings are a sticker/glue stain on the lower spine, library stamps on the front free end paper and the back paste down end paper and an attachment removal scar on the back free end paper. Otherwise clean with a solid binding.; Ex-Library 19960 
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3 Commons, John R. with Ulrich B. Phillips, Eugene A. Gilmore, Helen L. Sumner and John B. Andrews (editors). A Documentary History of American Industrial Society: Volume IX. Labor Movement.
Cleveland, Ohio. Arthur H. Clark Company. 1910 Hardcover Good 
8vo - 23.5 x 16 cm.; 378 pp. Blue cloth over boards with gilt lettering on spine. "Pepared under the auspices of the American Bureau of Industrial Research with co-operation of the Carnegie Institution of Washington". Preface by Richard T. Ely and introduction by John B. Clark. Illustrated with five photographic plates, the frontis being one of them. The contents by major subject headings are: 1 - "Labor Conditions", 2 - "The National Labor Union", 3 - "Ira Steward and the Hours of Labor", 4 - "International Attempts". The head edge of the text block is trimmed and gilded while the fore and tail edges are untrimmed with many fore edge margins being unopened. Library markings are a sticker/glue stain on the lower spine, library stamps on the front free end paper and the back paste down end paper. Otherwise clean with a solid binding.; Ex-Library 19982 
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4 Commons, John R. with Ulrich B. Phillips, Eugene A. Gilmore, Helen L. Sumner and John B. Andrews (editors). A Documentary History of American Industrial Society: Volume V. Labor Movement.
Cleveland, Ohio. Arthur H. Clark Company. 1910 Hardcover Good 
8vo - 23.5 x 16 cm.; [4] - 392 - [5] pp. Blue cloth over boards with gilt lettering on spine. "Pepared under the auspices of the American Bureau of Industrial Research with co-operation of the Carnegie Institution of Washington". Preface by Richard T. Ely and introduction by John B. Clark. Illustrated with four photographic facsimile plate s one of which is the frontis and one line graph showing price movements. The contents by major subject headings are: 1 - "Labor Movement Documents, 1820-1840", 2 - "The Mechanics' Union of Trade Associations and the Philadelphia Political Movement", 3 - "The Working Men's Party of New York", 4 - "The New England Association of Farmers, Mechanics and Other Workingmen", 5 - "General Trades' Union of New York and Vicinity", 6 - "General Trades' Union of the City and County of Philadelphi a". The head edge of the text block is trimmed and gilded while the fore and tail edges are untrimmed with many fore edge margins being unopened. Library markings are a sticker/glue stain on the lower spine, library stamps on the front free end paper and the back paste down end paper and an attachment removal scar on the back free end paper. Otherwise clean with a solid binding.; Ex-Library 19962 
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5 Commons, John R. with Ulrich B. Phillips, Eugene A. Gilmore, Helen L. Sumner and John B. Andrews (editors). A Documentary History of American Industrial Society: Volume VII. Labor Movement.
Cleveland, Ohio. Arthur H. Clark Company. 1910 Hardcover Good 
8vo - 23.5 x 16 cm.; [2] - 364 - [4] pp. Blue cloth over boards with gilt lettering on spine. "Pepared under the auspices of the American Bureau of Industrial Research with co-operation of the Carnegie Institution of Washington". Preface by Richard T. Ely and introduction by John B. Clark. Illustrated with six photographic facsimile plates one of which is the frontis. The contents by major subject headings are: 1 - "Economic and Social Conditions", 2 - "Owenism and Association", 3 - "Land Reform". The head edge of the text block is trimmed and gilded while the fore and tail edges are untrimmed with many fore edge margins being unopened. Library markings are a sticker/glue stain on the lower spine, library stamps on the front free end paper and the back paste down end paper and an attachment removal scar on the back free end paper. Otherwise clean with a solid binding.; Ex-Library 19963 
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6 Commons, John R. with Ulrich B. Phillips, Eugene A. Gilmore, Helen L. Sumner and John B. Andrews (editors). A Documentary History of American Industrial Society: Volume VIII. Labor Movement.
Cleveland, Ohio. Arthur H. Clark Company. 1910 Hardcover Good 
8vo - 23.5 x 16 cm.; [2] - 346 pp. Blue cloth over boards with gilt lettering on spine. "Pepared under the auspices of the American Bureau of Industrial Research with co-operation of the Carnegie Institution of Washington". Preface by Richard T. Ely and introduction by John B. Clark. Illustrated with one photographic facsimile plates of Horace Greeley, the frontis. The contents by major subject headings are: 3 - "Land Reform (continued)", 4 - "Hours of Labor", 5 - "Labor Organizatio ns". The head edge of the text block is trimmed and gilded while the fore and tail edges are untrimmed with many fore edge margins being unopened. Library markings are a sticker/glue stain on the lower spine, library stamps on the front free end paper and the back paste down end paper and an attachment removal scar on the back free end paper. Otherwise clean with a solid binding.; Ex-Library 19965 
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7 Commons, John R. with Ulrich B. Phillips, Eugene A. Gilmore, Helen L. Sumner and John B. Andrews (editors). A Documentary History of American Industrial Society: Volume X. Labor Movement.
Cleveland, Ohio. Arthur H. Clark Company. 1910 Hardcover Good 
8vo - 23.5 x 16 cm.; 370 pp. Blue cloth over boards with gilt lettering on spine. "Pepared under the auspices of the American Bureau of Industrial Research with co-operation of the Carnegie Institution of Washington". Preface by Richard T. Ely and introduction by John B. Clark. Illustrated with two photographic plates, the frontis being one of them. The contents by major subject headings are: 5 - "The Knights of Labor", 6 - "Farmers' Oganizations". Pages 139 through 370 contain guides to libraries, newspapers, books and periodicals followed by an extensive index. The head edge of the text block is trimmed and gilded while the fore and tail edges are untrimmed with many fore edge margins being unopened. Library markings are a sticker/glue stain on the lower spine, library stamps on the front free end paper and the back paste down end paper. The back board has a bow near the fore edge and the cloth is soiled. Otherwise clean with a solid binding.; Ex-Library 19983 
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