Pittsburgh unionists located this marker at the entrance to Union Cemetery, near the grave of Fannie Sellins who was murdered by Coal & Iron police on the eve of the nationwide steel strike of 1919.
Sylvis, William H. Historical Marker, Indiana, Pa.
Labor history advocates placed a marker to William Sylvis, founder of the Molders' Union and the National Labor Union; on the present campus of Indiana University of Pennsylvania, it notes his birthplace in Indiana County, Pa.
Triangle Fire Memorial Plaque, New York, N.Y.
Garment workers mark the site, near Washington Square, of the Triangle Shirtwaist Fire of March 25, 1911 where 146 lost their lives.
In 1891 the International Typographical Union constructed this home for union printers suffering from occupational disease; the Communications Workers of America now operate the home for retirees and their spouses.