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    • "Retired Plasterer Raises Guinea Pigs"

    • Fort Worth Labor News; Labor Unions Texas 20th Century; Southern Labor History 20th Century; Labor Unions-Texas-Fort Worth; Burnsides, C.P.; Plasterers and Cement Masons Local 34; Fort Worth Public Library Archives
    • Retired member of Plasterers and Cement Masons Local 34, C.P. Burnsides, raises Guinea pigs for use by Army hospitals. He sells them to a lab that creates a serum.
    • "Fraternal Reserve"

    • "Fraternal Reserve"; F.F. Roose; "Fraternity"; "Our Literary Club In Bohemia"; Mr. and Mrs. Henrie C.L. Gorman; "The Bohemian"; Fort Worth, Texas
    • "Fraternal Reserve" is an essay by F.F. Roose in the "Fraternity" section of "The Bohemian."
    • "Locust Blossoms"

    • "Locust Blossoms"; Mary Killebrew Lochridge; "Etchings"; "Our Literary Club In Bohemia"; Mr. and Mrs. Henrie C.L. Gorman; "The Bohemian"; Fort Worth, Texas
    • "Locust Blossoms" is an essay by Mary Killebrew Lochridge in the "Etchings" section of "The Bohemian."
    • "Union Marks 50th Anniversary; Two Members Also Are Honored"

    • Fort Worth Labor News; Labor Unions Texas 20th Century; Southern Labor History 20th Century; Labor Unions-Texas-Fort Worth; Electrical Workers Union, Local No. 116; Kinderdine, E.L. Sr.; Southern, Harry
    • Members celebrated the 50th anniversary of the creation of Electrical Workers Local No. 116 and two members, E.L. Kinderdine, Sr. and Harry Southern, marked 50 years of membership in the local.
    • "Mailers Slate Saturday Vote at Newspaper"

    • Fort Worth Labor News; Labor Unions Texas 20th Century; Southern Labor History 20th Century; Labor Unions-Texas-Fort Worth; International Typographers Union, Mailers Local No. 42; Fort Worth Star-Telegram; National Labor Relations Board
    • Mailers Local No. 42 scheduled a election to determine representation to the NLRB for employees at the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
    • "Charlie Swartz, Jr., And Little Louise"

    • "Charlie Swartz, Jr., And Little Louise"; "Texas Rose Buds"; "Our Literary Club In Bohemia"; Mr. and Mrs. Henrie C.L. Gorman; "The Bohemian"; Fort Worth, Texas
    • "Charlie Swartz, Jr., And Little Louise" is a photograph in the "Texas Rose Buds" section.
    • "City Wage Tax Not Dead Issue"

    • Labor News; Labor Unions Texas 20th Century; Southern Labor History 20th Century; Labor Unions-Texas-Fort Worth; Fort Worth Trades Assembly; Tarrant County Labor Congress; Bothwell, Sam
    • Local labor is displeased that a wage tax may be used to cover a bond election as opposed to property tax revenue.
    • "State-Wide Political League is Formed: Local Unions Here Are Asked to Name Agents"

    • Fort Worth Labor News; Labor Unions Texas 20th Century; Southern Labor History 20th Century; Labor Unions-Texas-Fort Worth; Texas Labor League for Political Education; Burch, Ethel; Texas State Federation of Labor; Labor Relations
    • Mrs. Ethel Burch, vice-president of the Texas State Federation of Labor, outlined plans for the Texas Labor League for Political Education. Local unions prepared to elect agents to represent them in the new organization, which was formed in...
    • "Jottings"

    • "Jottings"; "Our Literary Club In Bohemia"; Mr. and Mrs. Henrie C.L. Gorman; "The Bohemian"; Fort Worth, Texas
    • "Jottings" is an introductory section of "The Bohemian" explaining the scope and content of the current issue.
    • "An Unpublished Pen Picture Of Osceola, The Seminole Chief"

    • "An Unpublished Pen Picture Of Osceola, The Seminole Chief"; Jean Juneau; "Fact And Fiction"; "Our Literary Club In Bohemia"; Mr. and Mrs. Henrie C.L. Gorman; "The Bohemian"; Fort Worth, Texas
    • "An Unpublished Pen Picture Of Osceola, The Seminole Chief" is an essay by Jean Juneau in the "Fact And Fiction" section; pages 48-49.
    • Governor Hogg:  Second Term; Depression; Lynching

    • "Statesman -- Prophet"; "50 Years Ago, A Statesman: Today, A Prohpet"; C.W. Raines; Foster-Harris; James Stephen Hogg; Governor of Texas; Stocks and Bonds Regulation; Utilities Regulation; Anti-Lynch Legislation; Lynching; Texas Centennial Scrapbook
    • The “Statesman-Prophet” newspaper column provides excerpts from the biography of James Stephen Hogg written by C.W. Raines. Chapters 20 and 21 outline Governor Hogg's second term; his efforts to regulate private and public stocks, bonds, and...
    • "Fort Worth"

    • "Fort Worth"; J.P. Brashear; "Our Literary Club In Bohemia"; Mr. and Mrs. Henrie C.L. Gorman; "The Bohemian"; Fort Worth, Texas
    • "Fort Worth" is a poem by J.P. Brashear.

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