|Artifact Type||Mainstream Media, Sources|
|Publication||New York Times|
|Place||New York, NY|
|Publication Date||September 4, 1927|
Headline: “Movie Strike Ends in Chicago Houses”
Subhead: Exhibitors, Operators and Stage Hands Brought Together by Mayor Thompson. CLEVELAND STRIKE LOOMS Unions Demand Higher Wage and New Conditions — Trouble Settled in Other Cities.
CHICAGO, Sept. 3 (AP). — Chicago movies will move again tomorrow afternoon after approximately 400 motion picture shows and vaudeville houses had been closed since last Monday because one theatre wanted to employ two operators and the union insisted that it employ four.
|Archive||New York Times|
|Read In Context||http://timesmachine.nytimes.com/timesmachine/1927/09/04/97139748.html?pageNumber=3|
|Citation||“Movie Strike Ends in Chicago Houses,” New York Times, September 4, 1927.|