Fort Worth Labor News; Labor Unions Texas 20th Century; Southern Labor History 20th Century; Labor Unions-Texas-Fort Worth; Nance, Linda; Texas Steel Company; Underwood, Charles; Iron Workers Union, Local No. 263; Industrial Accidents
Linda Nance, a nurse with Texas Steel Company, revived Charles Underwood, a member of Iron Workers Local No. 263, when he fell through a roof. Four other iron workers were injured in separate accidents at out of state missile bases.
Carl Robins, a member of the Bookbinders Union, coached a team of girls called the Texas Racers, who won first place in the junior division of a state competition. Linda Cornelius was the star athlete.
Women's History Month, Hattitude, Hats Off to Women, Fort Worth Public Library, Dr. Linda Cunningham
Color copy of newspaper advertisement for Women's History Month, "Walk a Mile in Her Shoes" March 2007. Features two events: "A Commentary, Art Exhibit Opening, Reception & Silent Auction" and "Kickoff and Honoree Recognitions" with speaker Dr....
Fort Worth Labor News; Labor Unions Texas 20th Century; Southern Labor History 20th Century; Labor Unions-Texas-Fort Worth; Southwestern Exposition and Stock Show; Wall, Bill; Wall, Bill Jr.; Wall, Linda; Wall, Cathy
After showing stock in 4 consecutive years, Bill Wall and his children (Bill Jr., Linda, and Cathy) could not enter the Southwestern Exposition and Stock Show because dogs had killed or injured their sheep and goats.