|Born||12 October 1893|
|Died||27 December 1987(aged 94)|
|Occupation||Trade unionist and politician|
Josef Larsson (12 October 1893 - 27 December 1987) was a Norwegian metal worker and trade unionist, born in Sweden. From 1931 he was a secretary for the Norwegian Union of Iron and Metalworkers. He was a board member of the Norwegian Labour Party from 1927 to 1930.
Early and personal life
Larsson died in 1987 at 94 years of age.
|Larsson (middle) with Konrad Nordahl (right) and Karsten Torkildsen.|
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