Petition of the working-men of the District of Columbia, praying Congress for relief. by United States. Congress. Joint Select Committee on Affairs of the District of Columbia

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  • Blue collar workers,
  • Public welfare,
  • Public works

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Other titlesPetition of workingmen of District of Columbia, for relief
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