William Hubbard>UIS Collection H-I>UIS Collection H-I, Segment 18


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Mr. Hubbard tells of importance of his union vows. Mentions "blue-Monday" when worker doesn't come to work on Monday because he has a hang-over. Story about how behaved as a foreman. As foreman he was paid to be on job not elsewhere, like dime-store. He knew where owners' sons were when they were not at work, but he did not squeal. Mr. Hubbard was discriminated against in advancement to foreman. Son of Mr. Sankey kept him from getting a raise. Notes tricks played on men so they would not get a full weeks work. Worked 13 years as foreman. Notes pay as laborer & as foreman. Seven to eight working under him. He kept people from having a "short week".