The Knowledge Builder: Publisher J.J. Harpell Championed Worker Rights in an Age of Ruthless Capitalism
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James John Harpell (b. 1874 or 1875) opened the Garden City Press in Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue in 1919. He established the Institute of Industrial Arts in 1922, in order to encourage “the industrial worker to study his job and provide courses of instruction and study best calculated to assist the young industrial worker to make the transition from the classroom … to the industry.”
Quebec Heritage News
July August 2008 2008
Collette, Anne. “The Knowledge Builder: Publisher J.J. Harpell Championed Worker Rights in an Age of Ruthless Capitalism.” Quebec Heritage News, August 2008. http://qahn.org/files/quebecanglophoneheritagenetwork/documents/qhn/QHN%20July-Aug%202008_web%20edition.pdf.
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