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[Drop title] Men of Labor! Protect Your Fellow-Workers of the Public Schools from Politics! by [ORGANIZED LABOR - SAN FRANCISCO] - First Edition - n.d. but 1930] - from Lorne Bair Rare Books and Biblio.com

[Drop title] Men of Labor! Protect Your Fellow-Workers of the Public Schools from Politics!

by [ORGANIZED LABOR - SAN FRANCISCO]

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[San Francisco: n.p., n.d. but 1930]. First Edition. Flyer produced for distribution among the San Francisco labor class urging readers to vote against "No. 27," the "Self-Nominative School Board," which would presumably ensure that only the wealthy could be on the School Board. Illustrated with a cartoon depicting an attractive middle class couple, "Mr. and Mrs. San Francisco," and their child, a massive, weeping politician holding his toys (a tram, the capitol), and wailing "I broke all my toys -- I want the schools to play with." Date based on newspaper advertisement in the "San Francisco Examiner," October 30, 1930. Not separately catalogued in OCLC as of December, 2018. Pictorial broadside (42x23cm.); printed offset in black on white stock; illustration signed in image by the IPEU (International Photo-Engravers Union). Previous mail folds, minor uniform toning, else Very Good or better.





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