1926 – Born on the 18th of July in Brooklyn, New York. Morton Bahr is recognized as one of the world’s most influential union leaders. He is the labor movement’s leading expert on technology and information-based industries. – Served in the Merchant Marine as a radio operator during World War II. 1951 – ..
1880 – Born in Glasgow, Scotland. British labor organizer. 1909 – As the representative of the women chain makers of Cradley Heath, she secured a minimum wage and led a strike to compel employers to pay the increase without delay. 1911 – She married William Crawford Anderson, chairman of the Independent Labour party. 1920 – ..
1908 – Iorwith Wilber Abel was born on August 11, 1908, in Magnolia, Ohio, a small town fifteen miles south of the industrial city of Canton. 1925 – Abel attended the local elementary schools and graduated from Magnolia High School. In 1925 he went to work for the American Sheet and Tin Mill Company in ..