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October 21, 1933

In an attempt to raise the price of milk, Wisconsin dairy farmers begin the third major milk strike of the year in the state. During the Great Depression, farmers who produced milk for bottling were able to remain solvent, but those who produced milk for cheese, butter, and other uses were driven into poverty.

Labor History

October 12, 1933

Following a campaign by the International Ladies’ Garment Workers’ Union to organize in Los Angeles’ garment industry whose workforce is 75% Latina, 4,000 garment workers in Los Angeles walk off the job, demanding union recognition, a 35-hour work week, and the minimum wage. 13 more words


October 7, 1933

Detroit printer, labor organizer, and anarchist, Joseph “Jo” Labadie, dies. Around 1910 Labadie began to prepare for the preservation of the vast collection of pamphlets, newspapers, magazines, manuscripts, and ephemera he had acquired over his lifetime. 35 more words


Nankai Building/Setsu Hisano

Lens:CANON EF-M22mm F2 STM

Nankai Building
Designer:Setsu Hisano
Completion Year:1932 32 more words


Matsuzakaya Osaka Shop/Teiji Suzuki

Lens:CANON EF-M22mm F2 STM

Matsuzakaya Osaka Shop
Designer:Teiji Suzuki
Completion Year:1934 32 more words


The Black Cat (1934)

80th Anniversary
Directed by Edgar G. Ulmer
Starring Boris Karloff, Béla Lugosi, David Manners, Julie Bishop
U.S., 65 min

First Look: What better way to kick off a month of horror movies than with… 683 more words

First Look

1937 Phillips Packinghouse Strike – Promise & Defeat

By Daniel Hardin

“Down here on the Shore, where in the past the only time whites ever visited a jail in connection with a colored prisoner was to lynch him, a group of white strikers went to a jail and made police turn a colored striker loose.”— 1,694 more words