Photographic postcard of Arthur Boose and family outside of IWW Hall, c. 1910s- early 1920s.

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Boose was a soapbox speaker and an IWW leader in both
Duluth, Minnesota and Tulsa, Oklahoma. In 1922 he was convicted under the
Espionage Act and given 5 years in prison at Leavenworth, Kansas.


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Industrial Workers of the World -- History.
Industrial Workers of the World.



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Industrial Workers of the World Photograph Collection

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    millcityjp

    • 15/Jun/2012 15:22:30

    Boose and his family are standing in front of the Minneapolis IWW hall, which was located at 115 Nicollet Ave. The union moved into this address in 1924. Here are two other shots of the building, just to confirm: www.flickr.com/photos/higbie/3030936430/lightbox/ And here, it's the shortest building in the photo (mid-block): collections.mnhs.org/visualresources/image.cfm?imageid=72...

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    dj.alperovitz

    • 30/Sep/2020 21:42:06

    this image is has been misidentified - It is of FW James P. Thompson, his wife Fellow Worker Florence Thompson and their child in front of the I.W.W. Hall at 115 Nicollet Ave. Minneapolis