Fort Worth Labor News; Labor Unions Texas 20th Century; Southern Labor History 20th Century; Labor Unions-Texas-Fort Worth; Typographical Union, Local No. 198; Hickman, Leroy; Fort Worth Star-Telegram; Fort Worth Press
Leroy Hickman, secretary-treasurer for Typographical Local No. 198, reported that members turned down a contract offered by the Fort Worth Star-Telegram and the Fort Worth Press, which included a $7.50 per week wage increase.
Descriptive List; Roster; United Confederate Veteran; Robert E. Lee Camp; Army of the Confederate States of America; Shadrach Mims; Company H; 3rd Alabama Cavalry; Hagan's Brigade; Martin's Division; Army of Tennessee; Wheeler's Corps.; Fort Worth
Shadrach Mims was born in Vernon, Antauga County, Alabama on June 6, 1837 and enlisted at Prattville, Alabama in April of 1861. Mr. Mims served as a 2nd Lieutenant in Company H of the 3rd Alabama Cavalry in Hagan's Brigade under Martin's Division...
Confederate Grays; Fort Worth; Texas; Tarrant County Courthouse; Captain W.L. Armstrong; J.E. Gaskin; United Confederate Veteran; Robert E. Lee Camp 158; Confederate States Army; Higbee Guards; Van Zandt Cottage; Trinity Park
A group of Confederate Grays and the Ladies' Auxiliary assembled on the steps of the Tarrant County Courthouse. The caption on the photo says this picture was taken "after 1908." It is otherwise undated. The photographer is identified as...
Fort Worth Labor News; Labor Unions Texas 20th Century; Southern Labor History 20th Century; Labor Unions-Texas-Fort Worth; Fort Worth Building and Construction Trades Council; Sessums, D.I.; Carpenters Union, Local No. 1822
The Fort Worth Building and Construction Trades Council appointed D.I. Sessums, a member of Carpenters Local No. 1822, to serve as executive secretary at a new full-time office.