Image from page 26 of “The National Civic Federation review” (1905)

Image from page 26 of “The National Civic Federation review” (1905)
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Identifier: nationalcivicfed15nati
Title: The National Civic Federation review
Year: 1905 (1900s)
Authors: National Civic Federation
Subjects: Labor and laboring classes
Publisher: New York : [The Federation]
Contributing Library: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
Digitizing Sponsor: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

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s of Mr. Mosely, an Englishcapitalist. On their arrival here the Civic Federationundertook the task of planning their itinerary, of ap-pointing a committee to attend them in their travels,and of seeing to it that they should be introduced inthe various cities under favorable auspices. Whilesome of the members also made independent trips, theentire party visited Niagara, Buffalo, Cleveland,Chicago. Dayton, Pittsburg, Philadelphia, Washing-ton and New York. In this city they attended the Civic Federations conference of last December, con-tributing to its success by their impromptu discus-sions, fortified as they were by fresh facts from theirexperience at home and in this country. The members arrived from England in small par-ties at the ports of Philadelphia, New York, Boston,and Quebec, on or about Nov. 8, and, assembling atNiagara Falls, Nov. 12, for the most part journeyedafterward in a body. As they sailed for England Dec.19-25, their general observations were necessarily hur-ried.

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(Photographed at Niagara Falls Power Plant.) Upper Row (from left to right)—Messis. Lapping,Dyson, Wilkie. Hornldge, MaeDonald. In Front—Mr. Samuel li. Donnelly (TypographicalUnion), New York. Second Row—Messrs. Coffey. Cummirgs Pnwe–man Taylor, Deller, Holmshaw, Steadman. Wilkin-son, Sutherland (Central News Agency), Flynn. Third Row—Messrs. Walls. Crawford. Ham. Ash-ton, Marks (President National Association of Cloth-iers, United States), Mosely, Jones, Kelly, Cox,Barnes. 2 NATIONAL CIVIC FEDERATION June, 1903. The members of the commission were:Thos. Ashton, Amalgamated Association of Opera-tive Cotton Spinn:rs; G. N. Barnes, Amalgamated Society of Engineers; C. W. Bowerman, London Society of Compositors;W. Coffey, London Consolidated Society of Jour-neymen Bookbinders; Jas. Cox, Associated Iron and Steel Workers ofGreat Britain; H. Crawford, General Union of Operative Carpen-ters and Joiners; D. C. Cummings, United Society of Boiler Makersand Iron Shipbuilders; . M. Delie

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