Commercial Appeal newspaper morgue, Special Collections Department, University of Memphis Libraries
In a meeting at St. Mary's Cathedral on February 18, 1968, hosted by the Memphis Ministers Association, city and union officials discuss the sanitation workers' strike. Left to right from top left: Mayor Henry Loeb, City Attorney Frank Gianotti, Assistant City Attorney Myron Halle, Rev. James A. Jordan; from left with backs to the camera: union leaders Joseph Paisley, William Lucy, and P.J. Ciampa.
1968 February 18
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"City and union leaders discuss sanitation workers' strike, Memphis, February 1968" (2021). Sanitation Workers Strike, 1968. 14.
Sanitation Workers Strike, Memphis, Tenn., 1968., Civil rights demonstrations -- Tennessee -- Memphis., Loeb, Henry, 1920-., Paisley, Joe., Ciampa, P.J., Lucy, William.