Lewis orders miners to return to work;
John L. Lewis, Senator Bridges and Van Horn, trustees of miners' pension fund

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John L. Lewis, head of the United States Mine Workers, called off the four-week soft coal strike today. View as Lewis reads the telegram he sent notifying workers to return to work. He is flanked by Senator Styles Bridges, left, and Ezra Van Horn.



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Closeup of John L. Lewis, head of the United Mine Workers, after he sent his six word telegram notifying workers to go back to work.



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Senators Styles Bridges reads the Trustees' statement at a press conference at United Mine Workers headquarters. An agreement was reached on the pension problem and Lewis notified soft coal workers to return to their jobs.



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John L. Lewis, Senator Styles Bridges, and Ezra Van Horn leave the United Mine Workers district 50 building to walk to the United Mine Workers Headquarters across the park after this morning's conference.



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Digitized for the New York Times in 2018 by students at Pratt Institute's School of Information.

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George Tames

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George Tames, “Lewis orders miners to return to work;
John L. Lewis, Senator Bridges and Van Horn, trustees of miners' pension fund,” George Tames: New York Times Photographer , accessed October 29, 2020, http://nytames.prattsi.org/items/show/185.