Tobacco Bag Stringing

Report on Tobacco Bag Stringing Operations in North Carolina and Virginia, 1939

CONTENTS

General Statement of Sherlock Bronson, President of Virginia-Carolina Service Corporation, Richmond, Virginia, of the circumstances and conditions under which the survey of industrial conditions in the tobacco bag stringing area was made, and certain conclusions therefrom

Letter of March 16, 1939 from Sherlock Bronson to Hon. Graham A. Barden

Letter of March 30, 1939 from Mrs. H.S. Jones, Agent, Leaksville, N.C.

Letter of September 6, 1939 from Luther Dyson, Supt. Public Welfare, Alexander Co., N.C.

Letter of October 6, 1938 from L.L. Smitherman, East Bend, N.C. (Yadkin Co.)

Letter of September 6, 1938 from Charles C. McNeill, Supt. Public Welfare, Wilkes County, N.C.

Letter of September 7, 1938 from Mrs. Lee C. Taylor, Supt. Public Welfare, Granville County, N.C.

Letter of October 4, 1938 from W. T. Mattox, Supt. Public Welfare, Orange County, N.C.

Letter to Chase Bag Company from O.L. Crabtree, Chairman Dept. of Public Welfare, Orange County, N.C.

Letter of March 31, 1939 from Walter Childers, Taylorsville, N.C.

Letter of March 6, 1939 from Mrs. Eva Randall, Richmond, Va.

Letter of April 6, 1939, from L. L. Godfrey, Agent, Southern Bag Stringing Co., Inc., N. Wilkesboro, N.C.

Letter of April 1, 1939 from Mrs. Kate Pulliam, Leaksville, N.C.

Letter of April 7, 1939 from Rosebud Morse Garriott, Agent, East Bend, N.C.

Proposed amendment to the Fair Labor Standards Act

[Image Source: Mrs. Winnie Billings, North Wilkesboro, N.C. In "Tobacco Bag Stringing Operations in North Carolina and Virginia." Richmond, Va.: 1939. North Carolina Collection, Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.]