On August 5, 1913, Mother Jones, a leading organizer of the United Mine Workers (prevalent in the eastern coal mines) arrived to praise the workers for their efforts and to attack the capitalists' greed.
The first photo (at the corner of 8th and Oak Streets) is just after her arrival at the Mineral Range depot in Calumet.
The next photo shows her and a large group of union supporters marching down Oak Street towards Fifth. The last photos show the group moving down Fifth Street.
See Thurner, pp 51-52
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