DIRECTORY of the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen 1928
Directory of the Grand Lodge and Subordinate Lodges of the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen January, 1928. D. L. Cease, Cleveland, Ohio.
Directory of Railroad Trainmen
Vintage from the 1920s
The Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen (BRT) was a labor organization for railroad employees founded in 1883. Originally called the Brotherhood of Railroad Brakemen, its purpose was to negotiate contracts with railroad management and to provide insurance for members. The BRT grew to become the largest brotherhood of operating railroad employees. In 1969, it merged with three other unions to form the United Transportation Union. The Brotherhood was organized into lodges.
White stapled cover with black title. Heavy off center vertical crease with surface creases & few mild cover edge fox marks. 9 x 6 with 39 pages. Scarce Railroad ephemera!