History of the Union Cooperative Bakery building, constructed in 1913 as an extension to the cooperative store located in the basement of the Socialist Labor Party Hall. It provided Italian and French baked goods to the community of italian granite workers in the area in the first decades of the twentieth century.
Category: Old Labor Hall
A Brief Introduction to History of the Socialist Labor Party Hall
Brief overview of the exciting history of the Socialist Labor Party Hall National Historic Landmark, also known as the "Old Labor Hall"
Barre and Lawrence—the Bond Continues
Barre and Lawrence, Massachusetts, have shared a common bond ever since the Lawrence textile strike of 1912, when the working people of Barre supported this important strike with money and care for the strikers children. This is the story of how that relationship has continued through the years.
Barre, the Socialist Labor Party Hall, and the Lawrence Strike of 1912
The Lawrence ("Bread and Roses") textile strike was one of the most important labor disputes in American history. This is the story of the part played by Barre and the Old Labor Hall in its success.