sixteen women textile strike pickets, imprisoned with 112 men by Georgia National Guardsmen on charges of trying to keep workers from entering a cotton mill at Newnan, Georgia, are shown eating their dinner at their prison camp near Atlanta. They were members of the strikers’ ‘Flying Squadrons’ which traveled from mill to mill urging workers to leave their machines.  photo dated September 19, 1934

I’m in Atlanta now!!!

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