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Forward to win long service league, authorised by Queensland Building Trades Group of Unions. (Brisbane, 1969) 2 p.
Forward to win long service league, authorised by Queensland Building Trades Group of Unions. (Brisbane, 1969) 2 p.
Queensland trade unions meet on womens rights (Brisbane, 1972) 5 p. (2 copies)
Queensland trade unions meet on womens rights (Brisbane, 1972) 5 p. (2 copies)
Equal pay. Brisbane (196?) 2 p.
Equal pay. Brisbane (196?) 2 p.
Circular letter to candidates in Brisbane City Council elections re equal pay for women and reply by Communist Party candidate for Wynnum. Brisbane, 1961, 2p.
Circular letter to candidates in Brisbane City Council elections re equal pay for women and reply by Communist Party candidate for Wynnum. Brisbane, 1961, 2p.
Q1d. unionists won't wait, compiled by Labour Research Group. Brisbane (1983) poster
Q1d. unionists won't wait, compiled by Labour Research Group. Brisbane (1983) poster
Unionists protest against the use of uranium. Brisbane, 1977 4 p.
Unionists protest against the use of uranium. Brisbane, 1977 4 p.
Building workers! Here are some facts regarding your 27/6 and 17/6 per week wage increase claim, by Building Trades Group. Brisbane (1956) 4 p.
Building workers! Here are some facts regarding your 27/6 and 17/6 per week wage increase claim, by Building Trades Group. Brisbane (1956) 4 p.
Under paid - aren't we. Brisbane (1968) 1 p.
Under paid - aren't we. Brisbane (1968) 1 p.
Mr. Worker! the wage peg has been lifted. Brisbane (1966) 4 p.
Mr. Worker! the wage peg has been lifted. Brisbane (1966) 4 p.
51 trade unions can't be wrong. Brisbane (1966) 4 p.
51 trade unions can't be wrong. Brisbane (1966) 4 p.
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