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August 12, 2020

On This Day in 1919
Andrew Carnegie, the richest and most successful late-19th-century capitalist, died on this day in New York (and Good Riddance!). Andrew Carnegie was a notorious union-buster and slave-driver and was infamous for his role in crushing the Homestead strike of 1892. Carnegie mills produced one-quarter of the nation’s steel by the earlier 20th century, and his annual profits were $25 million.

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2019 Motorcycle Run
Updated On: Aug 08, 2019

21st Annual

MOTORCYCLE
RUN

September 7, 2019

9 a.m. @ the Baltimore Union Hall

to

Muddy Run Park

Holtwood, Pennsylvania

Return fuel, lunch & refreshments will be provided for
those who register.

Please arrive with a full tank of gas.

Participation is limited to Local 355 members and one (1) guest.
(Must be a member of your immediate family.)

You must contact the Baltimore Hall to register:
410-566-5700

Local 355 reserves the right to limit guest participation
to allow full participation by active members.

In case of inclement weather, contact the Union Hall at 410-566-5700
for rescheduling information.


 
 
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