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Testimony of E.H. Rogers

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Type: Testimonies | Text
Creator: Daly, A. M. (Alexander M.)
Rogers, E. H.
Title: Testimony of E.H. Rogers
Date: 1915 Mar. 17-1915 Mar. 27
Description: A witness for the Mill, E. H. Rogers, Superintendent of the Fulton Bag and Cotton Mills, discusses working conditions in the Mill, labor organization, and employment policies of the Mill. The following mills and villages are mentioned in the testimony: Eagle and Phenix Mills, Columbus, Georgia; Rushton Mills, Griffin, Geogria; Elizabeth Mills "near Atlanta"; the Martell Mill; and the Massachusetts Mill, Lindale, Georgia.

The Fulton Bag and Cotton Mills Exhibit is a joint project between the Georgia Tech Library and Information Center's Archives and Records Management, Digital Initiatives, and Systems departments.

Subjects: Fulton Bag and Cotton Mills | Textile factories--Georgia--Atlanta | Fulton Bag and Cotton Mills--Employees--History--20th century | Strikes and lockouts--Textile industry--Georgia--Atlanta | Fulton Bag and Cotton Mills Strike, Atlanta, Ga., 1914-1915 | Textile workers--Georgia--Atlanta--History--20th century | Textile industry--Georgia--Atlanta--History--20th century | Cotton textile industry--Georgia--Atlanta | Cotton textile industry--Employees | Governmental investigations | United Textile Workers of America | United States. Commission on Industrial Relations | Labor unions--Georgia--Atlanta | Work environment--Georgia--Atlanta | Industrial relations--Georgia--Atlanta | Employees--Georgia--Atlanta | Industrial housing--Georgia--Atlanta | Housing--Georgia--Atlanta | Textile workers--Labor unions--Georgia--Atlanta | Textile workers--Diseases--Georgia--Atlanta | Textile workers--Health and hygiene--Georgia--Atlanta | Textile workers--Medical care--Georgia--Atlanta | Social settlements--Georgia--Atlanta | Wages--Textile workers--Georgia--Atlanta | Women textile workers--Georgia--Atlanta | Women--Social conditions | Women--Economic conditions | Women--Employment--Georgia--Atlanta | Women--Societies and clubs | Women--Georgia--Atlanta | Methodist Church--Georgia--Atlanta | Wesley House (Atlanta, Ga.) | Methodist Settlement House (Atlanta, Ga.) | Diseases--Georgia--Atlanta | Elsas, Oscar, 1871-1924 | Sanitation--Georgia--Atlanta | Outhouses--Georgia--Atlanta | Private investigators--Georgia--Atlanta | Industrial management--Georgia--Atlanta | Eagle and Phenix Manufacturing Co. (Columbus, Ga.). Cotton & Woolen Mills | Rushton Cotton Mills (Griffin, Ga.) | Elizabeth Mills (Atlanta, Ga.) | Rogers, E. H. | Georgia Institute of Technology | Sewerage--Georgia--Atlanta | Florence, T. S. | Fulton Athletic Association | Massachusetts Mills in Georgia. Cotton Mill (Lindale, Ga.) | Indiana Cotton Mills (Cannelton, Ind.) | Cotton manufacture--Georgia--Lindale | Mills and mill-work--Georgia--Lindale | Mills and mill-work--Georgia--Atlanta | Textile machinery--Georgia--Atlanta | Battle Hill Sanitarium | Lindale (Ga.) | Floyd County (Ga.) | Cabbagetown (Atlanta, Ga.) | Atlanta (Ga.) | Fulton County (Ga.)
Contributors: Georgia Institute of Technology. Library and Information Center | Georgia Institute of Technology. Library and Information Center. Digital Initiatives | Georgia Institute of Technology. Library and Information Center. Archives and Records Management
Online Publisher: Atlanta, Ga. : Archives, Library and Information Center, Georgia Institute of Technology, 2006
Original Material: Box 9, Folder 10 Rogers, E.H. (E.H.R.) March 1915, Fulton Bag and Cotton Mills records, Archives, Library and Information Center, Georgia Institute of Technology.
Rights and Usage: Please cite [Folder Title, Series and Subseries Title,] Fulton Bag and Cotton Mills records, Archives, Library and Information Center, Georgia Institute of Technology.
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Related Institutions: Georgia Institute of Technology. Library and Information Center
Collection Information: Fulton Bag and Cotton Mills Digital Collection