(77) Little, Frank, Missoula, Montana Free Speech Trial, 1910

Portrait of Frank H. Little. He was born in 1879 was active in Free Speech campaigns in the Northwestern United States. He also helped to organize lumberjacks, mineworkers, and oilfield workers. He became a member of the IWW General Executive Board in 1916. In 1917 he was helping to organize copper workers at Anaconda Copper Company when he was forcibly taken from his home in Butte, Montana in the early hours of the morning of August 1 and lynched.

(77) Little, Frank, Missoula, Montana Free Speech Trial, 1910
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1910
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Photograph
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77