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Unit 6: Set 6: Capitol Fire - The Strike - Photos

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The Strike | Andreas Risem | Photos

Cement Pourers
In February 1933, common laborers
pour cement on the capitol roof.
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Strikers Picketing
Strikers picket capitol grounds. May 1933.
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National Guard Officers
These National Guard officers patrolled the
capitol grounds during the strike.
Adjutant General Herman Brocopp stands at left.
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Strikers at the Capitol
Strikers gather in front of the capitol
to discuss their situation.
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Strikers Attacking a Delivery Truck
Strikers attack a delivery truck on May 24.
Several men were injured and strikers were jailed.
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Communist Orator
Photographer Andreas Risem identified the speaker
addressing this group of strikers as a communist.
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The Strikers Want to go Back to Work
Strikers are notified of a settlement and all workers are anxious to resume work on the building.
30275 Box 1 Book 8 Memo 06-06-1933-07

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