Opinions of Eminent Men on Co-Operation. [No. 2]
(Labor History)

Manchester, England: Central Co-Operative Board of the Co-Operative Printing Society, 1899. F A small broadsheet or leaflet circular, with short quotes regarding the subject of "Co-Operation" from eminent British political figures and thinkers: W.E. Gladstone, Prof. Thorold Rogers, Thomas Burt, G.J. Holyoake, The Duke of Argyle, John Bright, the late Prince Consort, Hugh Mason; printed one side; approx. 5 1/4" x 8 1/2" size; no publisher or printer, date indicated, the date we assign is extrapolated from OCLC information, which indicated only a couple of world institutions with this or its companion piece "No. 1" of the series (not present); at top corner edge just visible hand-written "No. 86"; much edge-chipping, closed edge-tears; in good condition; interesting British labor movement, socialist history ephemeral material; latest research indicates that this is one of the publications of the Central Co-Operative Board of the Co-Operative Printing Society of Manchester, England. Good (Item ID: 21682)


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