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Eight Hour Day - Operative Stonemasons’ Society of Australia’s float

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CollectionsOperative Stonemasons' Society of Australia
Date created: 1921
The stonemasons are noted as being the first organised group of workers anywhere in the world to achieve the 8-hour working day with no loss in pay. Posing outside the Royal Agricultural Society’s Sydney showground, the Stonemasons’ contingent displays two banners that proudly affirm this Society’s achievement.
Location: Sydney, New South Wales
Other Identifiers: E86-30-3


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