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James Bryson (J.B.) McLachlan Collection
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"In the Miners' Row"

Item is a poem written by J. B. McLachlan titled, "In the Miners' Row," about the power that the mine companies had over workers and the duties that workers ought to carry out to fight for their rights.

"Twelve More Hours"

Item is a copy of a poem titled "Twelve More Hours," written by J. B. McLachlan hours before his release from prison as he longed to return home to his wife. The poem was written on the back of a letter received from Daniel Livingstone.

"Working Class Politics"

Item is a newspaper clipping for a piece titled, "Working Class Politics." This piece explains the foundations of socialism, how that may have benefited the working class population, and a plea to vote for J. B. McLachlan, the only non-capitalist candidate.

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