Records of a large Wisconsin paper-making company relating to labor activities within the paper industry. The bulk of the correspondence is that of company executive D. C. Everest with other paper companies and focuses on wages and working conditions and conflicts with organized labor over the closed shop and the eight-hour day.
The records include an employee handbook and handbills issued by the International Brotherhood of Paper Makers, as well as newspaper advertisements challenging union positions. Also present are letters from J. T. Carey, president of the paper makers' union.
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