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English: Terence V. Powderly, American labor union leader
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Source Front illustration from his autobiography, Thirty Years of Labor
Author Published in the United States prior to 1923, public domain
Other versions Additional digital editing by Tim Davenport, no copyright claimed

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  • 2010-03-16 19:13 Carrite 330×391× (75869 bytes) Terence Powderly, American labor union leader Frontis illustration from his autobiography, ''Thirty Years of Labor'' (1890). Published in the United States prior to 1923, public domain. Additional digital editing by Tim Davenport, no copyright claimed.

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