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Program of the seventh biennial convention of the Grand International Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers in Memphis, Tennessee, on May 9, 1906. Founded on May 8, 1863, in Marshall, Michigan, as the Brotherhood of the Footboard, it was the first permanent trade organization for railroad workers in the United States. A year later, it was renamed the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers. The union became the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and Trainmen in 2004 when it became a division of the Rail Conference of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters.
Locomotive engineers--Labor unions.
"Grand International Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers convention program, Memphis, 1906" (2021). Other documents. 90.