|Artifact Type||Labor Newspapers, Sources|
|Publication||Minneapolis Labor Review|
|Publication Date||September 9, 1927|
Headline: “Musicians’ Union, Show Managers Sign Working Agreement”
The local Musicians’ union has negotiated a one year agreement with the theatre managers providing improved working conditions for picture houses of the second class and vaudeville houses.
No increase in the basic wage is specified in the agreement, however slight increases in wages were obtained for extra rehearsals and stage work.
The agreement provides practically the same conditions as the musicians have been working under for the past year, but which had not been previously written into the contract. They are now plainly set forth in the new agreement.
The new agreement terminates August 31, 1928.
|Archive||Labor Review Archive Project|
|Read In Context||http://www.minneapolisunions.org/labor_review_archive_about.php|
|Citation||“Musicians’ Union, Show Managers Sign Working Agreement,” Minneapolis Labor Review, September 9, 1927.|