International Printing Pressmen and Assistants' Union of North America banner
Scope and Contents of the Collection
International Printing Pressman and Assistants' Union of North America (IPPAU) banner is blue, with a yellow IPPAU logo, date unknown (before 1973).
- Creation: undated
Restrictions on Access
Collection is open for research use.
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The International Printing Pressmen and Assistants' Union of North America (IPPAU-NA), was organized in 1889, and eventually became the largest printing trades union in the world. In 1973, it merged with the International Stereotypers', Electrotypers', and Platemakers' Union of North America (ISE&PU) to form the International Printing and Graphic Communications Union (IPGCU).
0.83 Linear Feet
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The International Printing Pressmen and Assistants' Union of North America (IPPAU), at one time the largest printers' union in the world, existed from 1889 until its 1973 merge into International Printing and Graphic Communications Union. This collection consists of a banner with the IPPAU logo.
A former member of IPPAU owned the banner and donated it to Atlanta Graphic Communications Local 8-M.
Donated by Atlanta Graphic Communications Local 8-M, February 27, 2002.
Processed by Carley Henderson at the item level, May 2014.
- International Printing Pressmen and Assistants' Union of North America:
- A Guide to the Banner at Georgia State University Library
- Georgia State University Library
- May 2014
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- Describing Archives: A Content Standard
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