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Zosa Szajkowski Collection, 1900s-1947

Series V: A. (Aleksei) Lozovskii Materials, 1909-1913, 1917, undated

Letters, notes and documents of Solomon Abramovich Lozovskii (nom de plume - A. (Aleksei) Lozovskii; born - Dridzo), a prominent figure among high-ranking Bolsheviks, participant in the revolutionary and trade union movement in Russia and France, secretary of the Chambre Syndicale des Ouvriers Casquettiers. He was interested in workers' unions, workers insurance issues, establishment of fixed wage rates, organization of strikes to meet the demands of workers. He monitored and kept notes on the development of these matters mainly in France but also in other countries (Germany, Austria, Italy, etc).

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Box 7 Folder 18 Notes on his material

Box 7 Folder 19 Correspondence: letters from Lozovskii to Davidson and unidentified, 1913, undated

Box 7 Folder 20 Notes and drafts (in Russian)

Materials related to the Chambre Syndicale des Ouvriers Casquettiers

Box 7 Folder 21-22 Meeting notes; related notes; contract of manufacturer M. Tarder with the Syndicat des Casquettiers; Statuts de la Section des Bichonneurs, etc. (French)

Box 7 Folder 17 Letter to Russkii Obshchekolonial'nyi Komitet v Parizhe