File 5-05 - [Issues of 213 Live Wire (1 of 3)]

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[Issues of 213 Live Wire (1 of 3)]

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  • 1955-1975 (Creation)

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1.5 cm of textual records

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The issues were initially addressed to Les McDonald and Art O'Keeffe.

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File contains various issues of "213 Live Wire," the newspaper of IBEW Local 213. A few copies of "Live Wire," the newspaper of the Canadian Union for Electrical Workers are also within the file, as well as some IBEW Local 213 business manager newsletters. Also contains a copy of the December 1964 issue of the Electrical Worker's Journal with handwritten annotations by Les McDonald.

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The order of the issues in the file reflects their received order; they have not been ordered chronologically. Most issues of 213 Live Wire interspersed throughout the collection have been brought into the current file; for example, a few of the issues were found in the Art O'Keeffe papers.

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