This series of six (6) historic images portrays aspects of BC’s labour history. Each card is 6” x 4” with an image on one side and description on the back. They are printed in a unionized facility and meet Canada Post requirements for mailing.
Series One includes:
BC union organizer Chan Kwan (front) was one of thousands of unemployed men who “rode the rails” and participated in the On to Ottawa Trek in 1935.
BC Teachers’ Federation President Jinny Sims speaks to supporters during the 2005 teachers’ strike.
A crew from Tunnel and Rock Workers Union Local 168 in 1983 at the site of the Wolverine Tunnel in Northeast BC.
Historic logo of the Retail Clerks International Association, a forerunner to the United Food and Commercial Workers’ Union.
Striking longshoremen and supporters march to Ballantyne Pier, June 18, 1935.
Launch of 1975 industry-wide strike by United Fishermen and Allied Workers Union.
Set of six (one of each image): $5.00 includes free shipping.