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245 04 $a The Industrial labor journal.
260 $a Salt Lake City, Utah. : $b Industrial Pub. Co.
300 $a volumes : $b illustrations
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362 1 $a Began in 1902. $z Cf. Ayer's, 1903.
500 $a "The Labor journal stands for industrial organization, conciliatory arbitration, equity, and national progress."
500 $a Editor: 1902- J.A. Feeney.
588 $a Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 10 (Nov. 29, 1902).
700 1 $a Feeney, James A.
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