1 page, 2 Letters, Letter 1 from John L. Lewis to M.L. Walters, President District 14, regarding a response to the January 21st, 1926 Letter, John L. Lewis does not want to discuss Mr. Howat and previous board members being reinstated again, he's more concerned with Anthracite strike, Letter 2 from M.L. Walters to John L. Lewis, International President, regarding annoyance of John L. Lewis' response and M.L. Lewis thought he was doing what was best for the United Mine Workers of America
Maxwell, Hearl (1892-1974) Collection, 1911-1931
SpC MS 0008
Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia -- Philadelphia; Kansas -- Crawford -- Pittsburg
Pittsburg State University, Axe Library, Special Collections with English 557/757 Digital Humanities.
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M.L. Walters, Lewis, John L. and, "Letter, 1926, February 1, from John L. Lewis to M.L. Walters; Letter, 1926, February 8, from M.L. Walters to John L. Lewis" (2016). Hearl Maxwell Collection, 1911-1931. 138.