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245 04 $a The Socialist and labor star.
246 13 $a Labor star $f Mar. 20, 1914-Jan. 1, 1915
260 $a Huntington, W. Va. : $b Socialist Print. Co., $c -1915.
300 $a v.
310 $a Weekly
362 1 $a Began in 1911? $z Cf. Corbin, d. The Socialist and Labor Star.
362 0 $a -Jan. 1, 1915.
500 $a Editor: W.H. Thompson.
515 $a No issues published between May 8, 1912 and May 30, 1912. (The printing plant was destroyed and the staff sent to jail by the W. Va. Militia.).
521 $a "Official organ of the Socialist Party and of the Huntington Trades and Labor Assembly."
580 $a Merged with: Labor argus (Charleston, W. Va.), to form: Argus-star (non-extant).
588 $a Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 1 (May 30, 1912).
752 $a United States $b West Virginia $c Cabell $d Huntington.
785 17 $t Labor argus $w (DLC)sn 85059855 $w (OCoLC)12926141
785 17 $t Argus-star
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