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Millicent Fawcett's Hyde Park address1913
Germantown Friends' protest against slavery 1688. [Facsimile].

Germantown Friends' protest against slavery 1688. [Facsimile].

Not in Evans.; Title.; On verso: 02-83-384.36. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 14... More

Protest van de bevolking tegen kardinaal Mazarin
Burning the Rumps at Temple Bar, plate eleven from Hudibras
To the inhabitants of the City of Philadelphia, and parts adjacent. Gentlemen. [Protest of the soap boilers against John Rhea's method of procuring ashes] Philadelphia 15th February 1772.

To the inhabitants of the City of Philadelphia, and parts adjacent. Ge...

Positive Photostat.; Soap-making. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 143, Folder 23.

Tradesmen’s protest against the proceedings of the merchants, Relative to the new importation of tea. Addressed to the tradesmen and inhabitants of the town of Boston in particular … Printed by E. Russell, next the Cornfield, Union-Street [1773]

Tradesmen’s protest against the proceedings of the merchants, Relative...

Copy 2 formerly numbered as Portfolio 37, Folder 22a. This item has been renumbered from Portfolio 37, Folder 22a. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images ... More

Horatio Gates to John Burgoyne, October 12, 1777, Protest at Cruelty of Retreating British Army; with note from Burgoyne

Horatio Gates to John Burgoyne, October 12, 1777, Protest at Cruelty o...

Protest at Cruelty of Retreating British Army; with note from Burgoyne

To the General Court of the Massachusetts, assembled at Boston, Oct. 1780. We whose names are hereunto subscribed, inhabitants of this State, who are twenty-one years of age and above, of various religious denominations, enter our protest agains

To the General Court of the Massachusetts, assembled at Boston, Oct. 1...

Imprint 2. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 41, Folder 6.

A voice for the Erie canal. A protest against the election of Preston King and Abijah Mann, Jr., and the Herkimer canal policy -- Speech of Samuel B. Ruggles, at the Whig convention, held in New York, on the 23d inst. [1837?].

A voice for the Erie canal. A protest against the election of Preston ...

Canals. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 118, Folder 32.

Remonstrance and protest against the annexation of Texas. To the Honorable the Senate and House of representatives of the United States in Congress assembled ... [n. p. n. d.].

Remonstrance and protest against the annexation of Texas. To the Honor...

Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 244, Folder 23.

"Jesse K. Dubois, William Butler, and Ozias M. Hatch" to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, October 21, 1861  (Protest appointment of Ninian Edwards)
John A. McClernand to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, November 06, 1863  (Telegram requesting permission to publish his protest)
[Group of women standing in a semi-circle, formally dressed, holding brooms tied with bows, possibly as symbols of protest]

[Group of women standing in a semi-circle, formally dressed, holding b...

Massachusetts adopted a 10 hour day for women in May 1874. Marian S. Carson Collection (Library of Congress). Housed in envelope marked: Women's Committee, 1873. Published in: Gathering history: the Marian S. C... More

The Old Mechanic's Bell tower [erected by shipwrights about 1800 at Goerck and Stanton streets near the East River, N.Y.C. The tolling of the bell marked the end of a ten-hour day, an act of protest against the employers' practice of compelling artisans to work from "dark to dark"]

The Old Mechanic's Bell tower [erected by shipwrights about 1800 at Go...

Erected by shipwrights about 1800 at Goerck and Stanton streets near the East River, N.Y.C. The tolling of the bell marked the end of a ten-hour day, an act of protest against the employers' practice of compell... More

To the president of the United States, and to the Senate and House of Representatives in Congress assembled [Protest against ill-treatment of the Chinese. s. l., 1885].
Copy of preamble and protest ... Brooklyn Auxiliary, New York State association opposed to the extension of suffrage to women. [1894].

Copy of preamble and protest ... Brooklyn Auxiliary, New York State as...

Anti-suffragists. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 130, Folder 13a.

The old mill, Paterson Great Falls National Hisorical Park, 2016.

The old mill, Paterson Great Falls National Hisorical Park, 2016.

Date unknown. Paterson's success was built largely on the innovative, entrepreneurial, hard-working spirit of its citizens - most of whom were immigrants. In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, many worked ... More

A day at the mills, Paterson Great Falls National Hisorical Park, 2016.

A day at the mills, Paterson Great Falls National Hisorical Park, 2016...

Date unknown. Paterson's success was built largely on the innovative, entrepreneurial, hard-working spirit of its citizens - most of whom were immigrants. In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, many worked ... More

Striking Seamen see Secretary Roper. Washington, D.C. Jan. 18. A committee of striking seamen from Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York and Boston, called on Secretary of Commerce Roper today to protest against provisions of the Copeland Saftey-At-Sea Act. In the photograph, left to right, seated: Patrick B. Whalen; Al Lannon; Joseph Curran; R.M. Jones; standing, left to right: S.M. Blinken, Ralph Emerson, and Paul Rothman
Senators hear women's protest on Roosevelt pump-priming program. Washington, D.C., May 13. Fifty women headed by Mrs. Hamilton Wright of New York today invaded the Senate Office Building to protest to members of the Senate Appropriations Committee against President Roosevelt's five billion dollar pump-priming program. The women, who are from New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut, said they were not an organization. They are shown as they cornered four senators in the office of Senator Burke of Nebraska. The senators in the photograph [...] Truman of Missouri, Adams of Colorado, Burke of Nebraska, and Bridges of New Hampshire
Maritime Union pickets U.S. Dept. of Commerce. Washington, D.C., May 17. More than 500 members of the National Maritime Union picketed the U.S. Commerce Department Building today in protest against what they said was indiscriminate issuance of seaman's certificates. Patrick D. Whalen, Chairman of the Baltimore branch of the NMU, said the marine workers had no quarrel with Secretary Hopkins but were directing their picketing against the Bureau of Marine Inspection and Navigation, a division of the Department
A day at the mills, Paterson Great Falls National Hisorical Park, 2016.

A day at the mills, Paterson Great Falls National Hisorical Park, 2016...

Date unknown. Paterson's success was built largely on the innovative, entrepreneurial, hard-working spirit of its citizens - most of whom were immigrants. In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, many worked ... More

A day at the mills, Paterson Great Falls National Hisorical Park, 2016.

A day at the mills, Paterson Great Falls National Hisorical Park, 2016...

Date unknown. Paterson's success was built largely on the innovative, entrepreneurial, hard-working spirit of its citizens - most of whom were immigrants. In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, many worked ... More

A day at the mills, Paterson Great Falls National Hisorical Park, 2016.

A day at the mills, Paterson Great Falls National Hisorical Park, 2016...

Date unknown. Paterson's success was built largely on the innovative, entrepreneurial, hard-working spirit of its citizens - most of whom were immigrants. In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, many worked ... More

Striking Seamen picket Commerce Department. Washington, D.C. Jan. 18. A cold drenching rain failed to dampen the spirit of nearly 500 east coast seamen from Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York and Boston, as they picketed the Commerce Department today as a protest against provisions of the Copeland Safety-At-Sea Act
Woman's Protest Committee on Statehood Bill

Woman's Protest Committee on Statehood Bill

Circular letter from leaders of national women's organization urging protest letter writing campaign to Senate Committee on Territories, requesting that proposed statehood legislation be amended so that women w... More

Suffragette Procession, 1911.

Suffragette Procession, 1911.

7JCC/O/01/055Photographic postcard, printed, paper, monochrome, suffragette process taken from above, Christabel Pankhurst in a white dress and academic robes walking ahead of a banner '690 IMPRISONMENTS TO WIN... More

Geneva Club Invited to Participate in New York Protest Meeting

Geneva Club Invited to Participate in New York Protest Meeting

Geneva Political Equality Club invited to send delegation to New York City suffrage demonstration against New York Legislature. Lists delegates Anne Fitzhugh Miller appointed from New York City residents and fr... More

Suffrage protest meeting in Union Square against New York State Legislature

Suffrage protest meeting in Union Square against New York State Legisl...

Anne Fitzhugh Miller and W. G. Ver Planck to lead Geneva Political Equality Club delegation to New York protest meeting

Woman Suffrage Protest Meeting Notice

Woman Suffrage Protest Meeting Notice

Lists organizations and chairman of five platforms for Union Square suffrage demonstration

Great Britain Wins Second Protest of Flight Award [New York Herald, 26 November 1911]
A day at the mills, Paterson Great Falls National Hisorical Park, 1913.

A day at the mills, Paterson Great Falls National Hisorical Park, 1913...

Exact date not given. This is the 1913 strike, day 46. The mills stood silent for five months as workers joined in a bitter strike that brought the city national attention. Paterson's success was built largely ... More

Part of the Silk Strike protest, Paterson Great Falls National Hisorical Park, 1913.

Part of the Silk Strike protest, Paterson Great Falls National Hisoric...

Children from Paterson, NJ attend a May Day parade in New York City as part of the Silk Strike protest efforts on May 1, 1913. Image courtesy of Library of Congress. - Paterson's success was built largely on th... More

A silent protest

A silent protest

"The George Washington statue, Place D'Iena, Paris" on monument. (DLC/PP-1932:0042). Forms part of: Cabinet of American illustration (Library of Congress). Published in: New York Herald, Sept. 29, 1914, p. 14.

BELGIAN PROTEST COMMITTEE
BELGIAN PROTEST COMMITTEE
[Suffragists Protest Woodrow Wilson's Opposition to Woman Suffrage, October 1916]

[Suffragists Protest Woodrow Wilson's Opposition to Woman Suffrage, Oc...

Summary: Photograph of women suffrage activists wearing suffrage sashes demonstrating with signs at city street corner. Signs read "President Wilson How Long Do You Advise Us to Wait?", "Vote Against Wilson He ... More

Campaign in Illinois. One of the big Woman's Party street banners being swung into place in Chicago by Miss Virginia Arnold, of Washington, national executive secretary of the Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage.  Democratic protest led to the removal of several of the banners after the necessary permission of owners of buildings had been secured and the street signs hung.

Campaign in Illinois. One of the big Woman's Party street banners bein...

Title transcribed from item. Summary: Photograph of banner hanging from building. Banner: "Women voters, you have the vote. Get it for all American women. Vote against Wilson. He opposes national woman suffrage... More

Food protest [East Broadway and Rutgers Street, New York, New York]

Food protest [East Broadway and Rutgers Street, New York, New York]

Photo shows protest led by Ida Harris, president of the Mother's Vigilance Committee, and anarchist Marie Ganz, both members of the Mothers' Anti-High Price League (Source: Flickr Commons Project, 2015)

Food Protest Meeting [East Broadway and Rutgers Street, New York, New York]

Food Protest Meeting [East Broadway and Rutgers Street, New York, New ...

Photo shows protest led by Ida Harris, president of the Mother's Vigilance Committee, and anarchist Marie Ganz, both members of the Mothers' Anti-High Price League (Source: Flickr Commons Project, 2015)

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Berryman Political Cartoon Collection

Irish demonstration [...] protest
Irish demonstration [...] protest
Protest der deutschen Frauen gegen die farbige Besatzung am Rhein / Riemer.

Protest der deutschen Frauen gegen die farbige Besatzung am Rhein / Ri...

Poster shows a African soldier seated on the one French side of the Rhine River; on the opposite side is a castle on a cliff. Text: German women protest the colored occupation of the Rhine.

Irish demonstration [...] protest
Irish demonstration [...] protest
Irish demonstration [...] protest
Striking Seamen naps as mates picket Commerce Department. Washington, D.C. Jan. 18. Tired and weary this striking seaman found the running board of a nearby auto a comfortable place to sleep as his mates picketed the Commerce Department today as a protest against provisions of the Copeland Safety-At-Sea Act
Protest meeting in Berlin, 1923
Hebrew University and Lord Balfour's visit. Arab protest; black flags displayed
Arab protest - black flags displayed
Hebrew University and Lord Balfour's visit. Arab protest; shops closed
Arab market closed to protest (notice black flag?)
Arab protest delegations, demonstrations and strikes against British policy in Palestine (subsequent to the foregoing disturbances [1929 riots]). Jews' wailing place without mourners. Deserted during riots
Arab protest delegations, demonstrations and strikes against British policy in Palestine (subsequent to the foregoing disturbances [1929 riots]). Western wall of the Temple showing new entrance at south end, opened by the Moslems [i.e., Muslims]
Arab protest delegations, demonstrations and strikes against British policy in Palestine (subsequent to the foregoing disturbances [1929 riots]). David Street. A deserted scene. Taken during a general Arab protest strike
Arab protest delegations, demonstrations and strikes against British policy in Palestine (subsequent to the foregoing disturbances [1929 riots]). Arab womens' delegation to the High Commissioner. Taken at the entrance of residency
Arab protest delegations, demonstrations and strikes against British policy in Palestine (subsequent to the foregoing disturbances [1929 riots]). Black flag inscribed "Faltahya Falastin." "Long live Palestine." Balfour Day
Arab protest delegations, demonstrations and strikes against British policy in Palestine (subsequent to the foregoing disturbances [1929 riots]). His Eminence the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem. Haj Amin Effendi el-Husseini
Arab protest delegations, demonstrations and strikes against British policy in Palestine (subsequent to the foregoing disturbances [1929 riots]). Jaffa Gate at noonday without a soul in sight. Except the distant chain of guards
Arab protest delegations, demonstrations and strikes against British policy in Palestine (subsequent to the foregoing disturbances [1929 riots]). An Arab delegation to London. The protest delegation of December 1929
Arab protest delegations, demonstrations and strikes against British policy in Palestine (subsequent to the foregoing disturbances [1929 riots]). Balfour day, Nov. 2nd. Closed bazaars displaying black flags taken in the spice market
Arab protest delegations, demonstrations and strikes against British policy in Palestine (subsequent to the foregoing disturbances [1929 riots]). Arab meeting at the Rawdat el Maaref School on site of the Tower of Antonia
Arab protest delegations, demonstrations and strikes against British policy in Palestine (subsequent to the foregoing disturbances [1929 riots]). Christian street deserted. Taken during a general Arab protest strike
Arab protest delegations, demonstrations and strikes against British policy in Palestine (subsequent to the foregoing disturbances [1929 riots]). The spice markets deserted. Taken during a general Arab protest strike
Arab protest delegations, demonstrations and strikes against British policy in Palestine (subsequent to the foregoing disturbances 1929 riots). An Arab "protest gathering" in session. In the Rawdat el Maaref hall

Arab protest delegations, demonstrations and strikes against British p...

Title from: Catalogue of photographs & lantern slides ... [1936?]. Front row from left: the Grand Mufti of Palestine, Haj Amin al-Husseini, Musa al-Husayni and Raghib al-Nashashibi (Source: researcher N. Lavsky... More

Arab protest delegations, demonstrations and strikes against British policy in Palestine (subsequent to the foregoing disturbances [1929 riots]). An Arab "protest gathering" in session. In the Rawdat el Maaref hall
New York, New York. Children's protest parade. They want better housing
Arab protest delegations, demonstrations and strikes against British policy in Palestine (subsequent to the foregoing disturbances [1929 riots]). Wailing Wall Commission. June and July 1930
Children's protest parade. They want better homes. New York
Vets protest bonus bill delay. Protesting Congress' delay in considering the soldiers' cash bonus proposal, scores of Washington veterans paraded to the Capitol in a demonstration to seek immediate action. They were met on the Capitol steps by members of the House who are war veterans, where the photograph shows them being addressed by Rep. [...] Patman of Texas. 1/31
Arab protest demonstration in Amman, Transjordan

Arab protest demonstration in Amman, Transjordan

Bird's-eye view of crowd, ca. 1933. No. 4152. This record contains unverified data from caption card. Forms part of: the G. Eric and Edith Matson Photograph Collection. Caption card tracings: Geogr.; Protests.

Objects to workers. Edna Morris, who lives within a few hundred feet of the government-owned "Tugwelltown" being constructed near Washington by Rehabilitation Administration, arms herself to protect her property against what she termed the "thieving" of the workers on the project. Many people living in Maryland adjacent to the project protest the importation of about 500 transients brought in daily from the District of Columbia to work on the project. 10/15/35
Textile workers take grievance to DJ's. A committee from the United Textile Workers of America go to Attorney General Homer S. Cummings with a protest against mills refusing to abide by decisions of the Textile Labor Relations board. From the left, standing: Wm. F. Kelly, 2nd Vice President; Chester N. Wright, Public Relations; Joseph R. White, President; Horace A. Riviere, 4th vice president, and James Starr, Sec-Treas. Seated, from the left, Attorney General Cummings, and Thomas F. McMahon, President of the textile organization, 1/24/35
Protests textile rebels. The Emergency Committee of the United Textile Workers of American meet and file protest against textile mills refusing to obey rulings of National Textile Labor Relations board. From the left, seated: Francis J. Gorman, first Vice Pres.; Thos F. McMahon, National Pres.; James Starr, Sec-Treas.; and John A. Peel, 3rd V.P. standing, Horace A. Riviere, 4th Vice Pres.; William F. Kelly, 2nd Vice Pres.; and Joseph R. White, 5th V.P.
Olympic Protest

Olympic Protest

Reproduced with permission of Martha Graham Resources, a division of The Martha Graham Center of Contemporary Dance, www.marthagraham.org. (Copyright Notice)

Arrives at court to protest Black's right to sit on nation's highest tribunal Washington, D.C., Oct. 4. Albert Levitt, Department of Justice Attorney, arriving at the U.S. Supreme Court where he asked permission to file a formal suit challenging Black's constitutional eligibility to sit on the bench. Chief Justice Hughes instructed Levitt to file his papers with the Clerk of the Court. When it convenes next Monday the court is expected to announce whether it will hear Levitt's petition. 10/4/37
Withdraws amendments to labor relations law. Washington, D.C., July 30. Senator Arthur H. Vanderburg, Republican of Michigan, reads a copy of the Labor Relations Bill after withdrawing his amendments following a protest from William Green, President of the A.F.of L. Green charged that Vandenberg's amendemnts to the measure provided for an extension of regulation of unions by the government that falls little short of the example set by fascist Germany, 7/30/37
President of Maritime union appears before senate committee. Washington, D.C., Dec. 14. Joseph Curran, President of the National Maritime Union. Photographed while appearing before a senate committee on Maritime affairs, while Curran testified that, "compulsory" use of mediation should be delayed until labor in the industry is thoroughly organized. The National Maritime Union which was created last May by a group that quit the International Seamens Union in protest against its leadership, has voted to affiliate with the CIO last night. The decision was reached after a poll of more than 20,000 unlicensed seamen who are members. 12/14/37
Convincing argument. Washington, D.C., Jan. 28. These girls, members of the delegation of three hundred hosiery workers from Philadelphia who paraded to the White House today in protest against the Japanese Silk boycott present a convincing argument on why women should continue to wear silk hose, 1/28/38
Spanish women to protest State Department. Washington, D.C., April 4. Three thousand Spanish born women from large eastern cities, led by the widow of an American killed in Spain's Civil War, marched on the State Department today where they made a formal plea to "revoke the arms embargo against the democratically elected Government of Spain". The widow who headed the delegation was Mrs. Ernestina Gonzales, PH.D. and former Director of the Madrid University Library, 4/4/38
"Cotton" Ed Smith Snubbed by the President. Washington, D.C., Oct. 1. A wrathful and unpurged Senator "Cotton Ed" Smith, D. of S.C., last night roared a furious protest at refusal of President Roosevelt to receive a delegation of cotton and wheat Senators. A special committee headed by Smith had waited all afternoon for higher Cotton-Wheat loans. Word came it would be "impossible" for the President to see them. Acting Sec. of Agriculture Harry Brown and Asst. AAA Administrator Tapp instead were assigned to the conference. Senator Smith, on the right; is shown putting Mr. Brown, over the coals at the Capitol today, 10/1/38
Reads protest against Government Reorganization Bill. Washington, D.C., March 28. Montana's Senator Burton K. Wheeler found his desk stacked high with telegraphic protests against the Government Reorganization Bill when he arrived at his office in the Capitol today, 32838

Reads protest against Government Reorganization Bill. Washington, D.C....

Title from unverified caption data received with the Harris & Ewing Collection. Gift; Harris & Ewing, Inc. 1955. General information about the Harris & Ewing Collection is available at http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pn... More

Protest to president on Japanese silk boycott. Washington, D.C., Jan. 28. Following a parade to the White House in protest against the Japanese silk boycott these members of the American Federation of Hosiery Workers presented an Anti-Boycott Memorial to President Roosevelt. Left to right: Lillian [...]earer, Lucille Numbers, Teresa Motz, Clare Schutt, [...]ide Omlor, Ethel Gillies, 1/28/38
News reporter before the Dies Committee. Washington, D.C., Oct. 22. Hungry college students brought an end to last year's "labor holiday" at Lansing, Mich. Donald W. Gardenor, Detroit Times Reporter, told the House Committee investigating Un-American affairs. Students at the Michigan State Agricultural College at East Lansing entered the picture Gardener said, when Union pickets attempted to close restaurants. The pickets, acting on behalf of the local automobile workers union, had declared a labor holiday in protest against the Sheriff's arrest of eight persons who had been picketing a trecking company, 10/22/38
Protest to president on Japanese silk boycott. Washington, D.C., Jan. 28. Following a parade to the White House in protest against the Japanese silk boycott these members of the American Federation of Hosiery Workers presented an Anti-Boycott Memorial to President Roosevelt. Left to right: Lillian ...earer, Lucille Numbers, Teresa Motz, Clare Schutt, ...ide Omlor, Ethel Gillies, 12838

Protest to president on Japanese silk boycott. Washington, D.C., Jan. ...

Title from unverified caption data received with the Harris & Ewing Collection. Gift; Harris & Ewing, Inc. 1955. General information about the Harris & Ewing Collection is available at http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pn... More

Protest seating of Milton. Washington, D.C., Jan. 24. Labor's Non-Partisan League today filed a protest with the Senate against the seating of John Milton, appointed to the seat vacated by Gov. A. Harry Moore of New Jersey. In the photograph, left to right: Louis Friday, Clerk to Vice President Garner who accepted the protest; Carl Hoederman, Chairman of New Jersey Non-Partisan League; and E.L. Oliver, Vice President of National Labor Non-Partisan League, 1/24/38
Protest seating of Milton. Washington, D.C., Jan. 24. Labor's Non-Partisan League today filed a protest with the Senate against the seating of John Milton, appointed to the seat vacated by Gov. A. Harry Moore of New Jersey. In the photograph, left to right: Louis Friday, Clerk to Vice President Garner who accepted the protest; Carl Hoederman, Chairman of New Jersey Non-Partisan League; and E.L. Oliver, Vice President of National Labor Non-Partisan League, 12438

Protest seating of Milton. Washington, D.C., Jan. 24. Labor's Non-Part...

Title from unverified caption data received with the Harris & Ewing Collection. Gift; Harris & Ewing, Inc. 1955. General information about the Harris & Ewing Collection is available at http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pn... More

Protest WPA relief cuts. Washington, D.C., Dec .15. David Lasser, President of the Workers Alliance, and Mary Gorman, research worker for the same organization, led WPA workers from 28 states in protesting to Asst. WPA Administrator Aubry Williams the recent relief cuts, 12/15/38
Protest silk boycott. Washington, D.C., Jan. 28. Members of the American Federation of Hosiery Workers arriving today at Union Station today from they staged a parade to the White House as a protest against the boycott of Japanese silk. The women, three hundred strong, carried banners exhorting women to continue to wear silk hose and thus save the jobs of thousands of hosiery workers, 1/28/38
Reads protest against Government Reorganization Bill. Washington, D.C., March 28. Montana's Senator Burton K. Wheeler found his desk stacked high with telegraphic protests against the Government Reorganization Bill when he arrived at his office in the Capitol today, 3/28/38
WPA workers protest relief cuts. Washington, D.C., Dec. 15. WPA workers from 26 states, head by David Lasser, President of the Workers Alliance, today protested to Assistant Administrator Aubrey Williams the recent cuts in relief. Their kicks were against the current wage scales, geographical wage differentials, inadequate number of WPA enrollees and the 'unjust and unfair' labor relations setup. Lasser is on the right and Aubrey Williams in center seated, 12/15/38
Jewish protest demonstrations against Palestine White Paper, May 18, 1939. Crowded scene outside Edsen Cinema hearing an address by Mr. Ben-Zvi, heard through loud-speakers [Jerusalem]
Jewish protest demonstrations against Palestine White Paper, May 18, 1939. Meeting of demonstrating groups on corner of King George Avenue & Aggrippa's Road [Jerusalem]
Jewish protest demonstrations against Palestine White Paper, May 18. 1939. Crowded scene outside Edsen Cinema hearing an address by Mr. Ben-Zvi, heard through loud-speakers. Closer view of crowds [Jerusalem]
Jewish protest demonstrations against Palestine White Paper, May 18, 1939. Line of types of young girls in the procession at the [Rehavia] gymnasium gathering [Jerusalem]
Jewish protest demonstrations against Palestine White Paper, May 18, 1939. Jewish youths gathering on Zion Circle [i.e., Circus] preparatory to demonstration [Jerusalem]
Mass meeting of Works Progress Administration (WPA) workers parading up Market Street. San Francisco, California. The meeting was held in protest to cuts make by Congress in relief appropriations
Jewish protest demonstrations against Palestine White Paper, May 18, 1939. Crowded scene outside Edsen Cinema hearing an address by Mr. Ben-Zvi, heard through loud-speakers [Jerusalem]
Jewish protest demonstrations against Palestine White Paper, May 18, 1939. Zionist young men & girls parading on King George Ave. [Jerusalem]
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