Associated Press Domestic News California United States LONGSHOREMEN STRIKE OVER

LONGSHOREMEN STRIKE OVER

This general view shows a section of the Embarcadero near Market St. as 12,000 longshoremen workers return to the piers in San Francisco, Ca., July 31, 1934. "Gang bosses" began hiring men to move the piled up cargoes. The Embarcadero was the scene of many clashes between police and strikers. The West Coast longshoremen's strike, the Big Strike, began May 9 and cost at least eight lives and some $200,000,000 to business. (AP Photo)

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July 31, 1934 04:00:00 AM
August 13, 2001 11:03:19 AM
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Strikes, General news, Strikes, Labor issues, Social issues, Social affairs
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES
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