|Title||Letter to Mayor & City Council, Hoboken re Central Labor Union endorsement of James Durkin for appointment to Bd. of Examining Engineers, Hoboken. Dec. 27, 1927.|
|Collection||Hoboken Government & Politics Collection|
|Scope & Content||
Letter to Mayor & City Council, Hoboken re Central Labor Union endorsement of James Durkin for appointment to Board of Examining Engineers, Hoboken. Jersey City, N.J., Dec. 27, 1907.
See notes for text.
Secretary of the union who sent the letter lived at 809 Bloomfield St. (listed at upper right.)
City of Hoboken document with City Clerk file notations.
Communication from the Central Labor Union of Hudson County, recommending the appointment of James Durkin, as a member of the Board of Examining Engineer's
JAN 1 1908
presented, read and accepted, James H.Londrigan, City Clerk.
AFFILIATED WITH THE AMERICAN FEDERATION OF LABOR
CENTRAL LABOR UNION
OF HUDSON COUNTY
REPRESENTING OVER 15,000 MEMBERS
President 45 SKILLMAN AVE. Jersey City, N. J
JOSEPH P. O'LONE
Secretary 809 BLOOMFIELD ST. Hoboken, N.J.
Meets Second and Fourth Thursday of Each Month at Groeschel's Hall, corner of Oakland and Beacon Avenues, Jersey City.
December 27, 1907
Mayor & Common Council
City Hall, City.
This is to certify that Mr. James Durkin, a member of Engineers Union #374, has received the unanimous endorsement of the Central Labor Union of Hudson County, for the position of member of the Board of Examining Engineers of Hoboken.
Mr. Durkin, who is a resident of Hoboken, is serving on the Board now, and the workingmen o# said city request his reappointment.
[signed] Joseph P. O'Lone, Sec.
O'Lone, Joseph P.
|Year Range from||1907|
|Year Range to||1907|
Board of Examining Engineers, Hoboken
City Council, Hoboken
809 Bloomfield St.
Government & Politics