Memphis Typographical Union, No. 11, records, Special Collections Department, University of Memphis Libraries
Functioning as a meeting place and support center for Memphis labor unions, the Union Labor Temple occupied this building at 353-355 Second Street in Memphis, Tennessee, from around 1902 to 1904. The building also housed the United Labor Journal. This photograph was probably taken in 1902 because the M. Harvey saloon on the first floor seems to have only operated for a short time around that year.
"Memphis Union Labor Temple, exterior, circa 1902" (2021). Images. 9.
International Typographical Union No. 11 (Memphis, Tenn.), Typographical Union No. 11 (Memphis, Tenn.), Labor unions--Tennessee--Memphis--History.