Consists of one ledger of minutes 1906-1912, which includes mention of relief efforts after the San Francisco earthquake,
and one financial ledger, 1903-1907.
The Cigar Makers International Union was formed in 1864 as the Cigar Makers National Union of the United States and became
international in 1867 with the affiliation of Canadian locals. Samuel Gompers was instrumental in the growth of the union.
The union merged with the Retail, Wholesale, and Department Store Workers Union in 1974.
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