What Vermont Means to N.Y.: Three Views.. Norman Thomas - C. Hathaway . . Rockwell Kent.

What Vermont Means to N.Y.: Three Views.. Norman Thomas - C. Hathaway . . .

New York: Vermont Federation of Labor, 1936. Lithograph poster. 21.5 x 14.25 inches. Losses to lower margin and upper corners. Mounted on linen. Announcing a three-part lecture delivered by Socialist Norman Thomas, C. Hathaway, and John C. Lawson, President of the Vermont Federation of Labor, held on Friday, March 27, 1936. The lectures and this poster were in response to the Procter Marble Company's attempt to evict striking marble workers and their families from company housing. The illustration here, "drawn in a big hurry--it had to be," shows a woman and her four children, including a babe in arms, looking back at their retreated footsteps leading to a pile of abandoned furniture, including a bed, table, armoir, and chairs. Below the group of figures Kent has written "In the Name of the Great Jehovah and the Continental Congress." Item #51-1030

Price: $850.00

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