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|Title: ||Sanitation Workers on Strike, 1968|
|Authors: ||Barcelo, Jose. (Presumed to be the photographer.)|
|Keywords: ||On the Job, work|
Safety & training
|Issue Date: ||13-Nov-2007 |
|Abstract: ||Fourteen sanitation workers in picket line during 1968 strike in front
of a garage and two trucks. Signs read "Sanitation men suffer 18%
increase in injury, 0% increase in wages;" "Sanitation men say
negotiate now!" and "Sanitation men demand wages up -- union
|Description: ||Black and white print of striking sanitation workers during 1968 strike.
Provenance: scanned from "Nine Days That Shook New York City,"
a glossy paperback book written and copyrighted by the Uniformed
Sanitationmen's Association, 1968. Used by permission. Book found in
Robin Nagle's collection.|
|Appears in Collections:||NYU-New York Department of Sanitation Museum Project|
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