An Illustrated History of American Labor #2


Club wielding police charge a picket line at the Gera Mills in Passaic, New Jersey;
injuring man, woman and child alike (1926)

3 comments:

Feta said...

Holy crap. I used to live in Passaic.

kittman said...

How did they do that back in those days? Nobody ever loses their hat regardless of how rough it gets.

Vanwall said...

Hats were made for regular use back then and haircuts were different, I guess. Still don't help much when a billy conks your noggin.