This is a very small collection of papers from Harry Canter, Secretary of Chicago Local 16 of the International Typographical
Union. The largest portion of the papers are from the Northern California Committee of Trade Union Action and Democracy.
Harry Canter was a member of the International Typographical Union, and Secretary of Local 16, Chicago. Upon retirement in
the late 1960s Canter moved to San Francisco where he remained connected to union activities, civil rights and peace movements.
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